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3 years 44 weeks ago, 6:35 PM

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Truths For Mature Adults

1. I think part of a best friend's job should be to immediately clear your computer history if you die.

2. Nothing sucks more than that moment during an argument when you realize you're wrong.

3. I totally take back all those times I didn't want to nap when I was younger.

4. There is great need for a sarcasm font.

5. How the hell are you supposed to fold a fitted sheet?

6. Was learning cursive really necessary?

7. Map Quest really needs to start their directions on # 5. I'm pretty sure I know how to get out of my neighborhood.

8. Obituaries would be a lot more interesting if they told you how the person died.

9. I can't remember the last time I wasn't at least kind of tired.

10. Bad decisions make good stories.

11. You never know when it will strike, but there comes a moment, when you know that you just aren't going to do anything productive for the rest of the day.

12. Can we all just agree to ignore whatever comes after Blue Ray? I don't want to have to restart my collection...again.

13. I'm always slightly terrified when I exit out of Word and it asks me if I want to save any changes to my ten-page technical report that I swear I did not make any changes to.

14. I keep some people's phone numbers in my phone just so I know not to answer when they call.

15. I disagree with Kay Jewelers. I would bet on any given Friday or Saturday night more kisses begin with Miller Lite than Kay.

16. I wish Google Maps had an "Avoid Ghetto" routing option.

17. I have a hard time deciphering the fine line between boredom and hunger.

18. How many times is it appropriate to say "What?" before you just nod and smile because you still didn't hear or understand a word they said?

19. I love the sense of camaraderie when an entire line of cars team up to prevent a jerk from cutting in at the front. Stay strong, brothers and sisters!

20. Shirts get dirty. Underwear gets dirty. Pants? Pants never get dirty, and you can wear them forever.

21. Sometimes I'll look down at my watch 3 consecutive times and still not know what time it is.

23. Even under ideal conditions people have trouble locating their car keys in a pocket, finding their cell phone, and Pinning the Tail on the Donkey - but I'd bet everyone can find and push the snooze button from 3 feet away, in about 1.7 seconds, eyes closed, first time, every time!

24. The first testicular guard, the "Cup," was used in Hockey in 1874 and the first helmet was used in 1974. That means it only took 100 years for men to realize that their brain is also important.

Ladies.....Quit Laughing.

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3 years 44 weeks ago, 7:51 PM

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Good thoughts

I was talking with my granddaughter yesterday, and we both agreed with #6. The only time I ever use cursive is signing checks, and I've taken to just scrawling something unintelligible.
#2 is scary. I would imagine that we've all been there.
I'm totally in agreement with #19.

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3 years 44 weeks ago, 8:06 PM

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Heres another one..

Didnt happen to me till a couple of years ago... you walk into a room and all of sudden its ..

why am i here.. i came in for something..

Neat addendum for you dog lovers, i know you've seen your pup do the same thing..

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3 years 44 weeks ago, 8:23 PM

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all very true

from my vantage point,good post

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3 years 44 weeks ago, 8:38 PM

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Shit, I have been

setting my beer and wrenches down and hunting all over for them for years....I just had that 14mm wrench, what the fuck did I do with it? Or, have you seen my beer? It gets worse when you have a 19 year old helping, he is paying less attention than you are.....LOL!

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3 years 44 weeks ago, 8:54 PM

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19 yr old

... well that explains the missing beers.

Reminds me of the scene from Vacation where Chevy Chase shares a beer with Russ, and Russ chugs it in about half a second

"Proelium Comminus Auctoritate" "Sometimes the light at the end of the tunnel is a muzzle flash."
3 years 44 weeks ago, 9:36 PM

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I can only blame that on my own senility, the boy doesn't drink beer....LOL!

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3 years 44 weeks ago, 11:34 PM

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Hampster

I can't imagine being 19 and not drinking beer. When I was 19 I'd drink gasoline if I thought it would give me a buzz.

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3 years 44 weeks ago, 11:45 AM

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Nope ecaman,

he doesn't like beer and doesn't smoke pot. At his age I was doing both, we have had this conversation because if he is going to be doing either I would rather he be doing it at home and not out cruising around.

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3 years 44 weeks ago, 11:19 AM

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shots of AA

My uncle had me doing shots of Anicent Age and chasin' it PBR's (Pabst Blue Ribbon) with him when I was 11.......he thought it would keep me from drinking.Wrong,taught good from bad......all I drink now is Woodford Reserve,in between my Bud Lights........Now you why I have 4 ex's.......LOL

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3 years 44 weeks ago, 1:17 PM

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"Nothing sucks more than that moment during an argument when you realize you're wrong." That's me right there. And what's worse, is that my wife seems to instinctively know it at the same time I realize it. There's no lying about it at that point.

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3 years 44 weeks ago, 2:36 PM

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afternoon gents..

Greasy how goes the war buddy..

Lucky i got a kick out of that 77 caprice chase you commented about on Hamps Gymkhana post.. I had an old 72 i got dirt cheap..

Co worker down in Tucson needed bucks, so he sells his wife's caprice to me.. Wasn't running at the time, and had to be towed.. i bought it for 100 bucks..

Tells me he has no idea whats wrong with it. but no spark, and no fuel. I tell him I'll take a chance on it, but don't want any hard feelings if it turns out to be a cheap fix, as it was his wife's car her dad had bought it for her..

Oh no problems greg, we know its liable to be an expensive fix.. I knew they were sticking the money up thier nose, and didn't want to take advantage of them.. I towed it off thier property and had it running that night.. battery and stuck carb float.. She never talked to me again.

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3 years 44 weeks ago, 2:53 PM

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Friend of mine decided to dump his 72 Datsun 1200 for $600. I made $3.00/hr at the time and took out a bank loan to get it. Blue book was over a grand on it and I couldn't see a damn thing wrong with it.

So I washed it, took fine rubbing compound to get the dullness off the finish, buffed up the chrome, and waxed it. Took about a day of hard work. It looked like a brand new car. Next time I showed up at his house he couldn't believe it, just shook his head and said, "Oh, my God." Didn't lose a friendship over it, but it's surprising what a little attention will do. Liked the car so well tat I traded it for a B-210 a couple of years later--it was the best car, repair and price wise, that I ever owned.

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3 years 44 weeks ago, 3:01 PM

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yeah

a little elbow grease and know how goes a long way,or a lot of elbow grease and ignorance helps too,how many projects do you wish you never got into,i know a couple,i bought 2 mustangs for my oldest son,one had a good motor,the other a good body,i said i'd help him but i wouldn't do it alone.Nothing got done,he had no interest(after expressing great interest in the first place),after 30 days i sold both of the cars away,oh well.I never bought a car for any of my kids after that.

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3 years 44 weeks ago, 3:30 PM

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in my garage in the form of a 72' Z-28. I bought the car from a dude that had moved here from Canada (rust central), I was young and didn't pay much attention to what was going on under the car, it was shiny top side and I was not long out of the USCG and thought I could fix anything (which I can but some things just aren't worth fixing). The front sub frame was rusted out where it mounts to the unibody, the rear subframe was rusted out and the gas tank was about to fall out, I should have hauled it straight to the wrecking yard.
I welded in an 8 point cage, welded in new rear subframes narrowed 4" for tubs, fixed the front subframes and on and on. It is set up as a Pro stock chassis and not real street able, I just don't have the heart to sell it as I have at least 1000 man hours into it not to mention $$$$ so it just sits, one day I suppose I will finish it, maybe after my kids are grown and gone and I have more time on my hands.

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3 years 44 weeks ago, 3:01 PM

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Schuyler, tell

us some more about the V.W.Bug and the Elk antlers....Ha ha ha!

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3 years 44 weeks ago, 3:07 PM

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hola bitches!

having a right nice day.just me and my 3 yr old daughter.and she is busy watching Clifford the big red dog.got all my shit moved outta the house and my shop is getting there...wifey got bent when i loaded up most of the survival gear and grub.told her the kids would be with me if anything went down.but that my door is closed to her.she is pissed cause I wont tell here where I am at now.and she says "oh by the way,the belt on my suburban is making racket" I told her to take it to a shop uptown.

3 years 44 weeks ago, 3:33 PM

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Take it to the shop downtown...Love it..you should have asked her if she needed the phone number..that you'd be glad to look it up for her.. Glad your out of there..

Other Mike.. Yeah i'm like Hamp i want to hear about the antlered vw as well..

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3 years 44 weeks ago, 3:39 PM

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1956 oval window cost me $80.00, 36HP, 35mpg, probably zero torque. No gas gauge, just a reserve lever. Painted purple with two cans of Kryon spray paint for $6.00 total. Antlers mounted above the rearview mirror with a couple of bolts that leaked in the rain and filled up the channel so you could hear it slush around. This was the same channel that fed the heater from the engine heat, so every time I turned on the heater, the windows would fog up. I'd drive down the freeway and people would stay in my blind spot. Turns out they were taking movies.

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3 years 44 weeks ago, 3:44 PM

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Starving artist back

in the day eh' Schuyler? I had a 72' Demon that was about the most unsafe vehicle on the planet sans antlers.

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3 years 44 weeks ago, 3:50 PM

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I've had some beaters.. Remember sitting at a stoplight telling one of them it was a piece of shit.. Hit the dash and the mirror fell off (gospel).. but never reached the point of having others take pictures...

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3 years 44 weeks ago, 4:00 PM

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I used pipe cleaners to hook up the heater vents. Only four bolts held the engine to the "transaxel." I could get the motor out of that sucker in 15 minutes flat, rebuilt it several times. One time the brakes went out on a hill. I rolled through stoplights before bumping up against a retaining wall neat as you please, no damage (Of course, how could you tell?). My cousin towed it back home using his XK-E. When I took it to the VW dealership they fixed it by running a new line up the passenger side of the interior and made me sign a statement that they were not responsible for this "unsafe" vehicle. I had no insurance, of course.

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3 years 44 weeks ago, 5:33 PM

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Beaters

I've had my fair share,kinda miss the 25.00 cars,back in the early 70s i hitchiked to Lacross,WI and bought a 25.00 rambler,drove it back and sold it for a hundred,no title,back then cars seemed to be passed around pretty easy.Right now i'm hanging out in Lake Tahoe,and i'm seeing some damn nice old cars,drooling.Went up Heavens Gate tram today,parasailing tomorrow,and speed boat on sunday,the freakin air races are awesome,and crowded as hell,holy effin hanna.

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3 years 44 weeks ago, 5:41 PM

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LBC

yer in Tahoe and online?WTF?go cut lose or something...

3 years 44 weeks ago, 7:03 PM

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haha!

waiting for 6:30 dinner time,had to get cleaned up a bit,which means i changed the oil under my fingernails,sprayed on some Hoppes#9,slicked my hair,cheap sunglasses,GTG.

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3 years 43 weeks ago, 5:23 PM

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LBC!!!!!

How'd the races go?? Good trip???

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3 years 44 weeks ago, 8:23 PM

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1960 Chevy Sport Coupe

Shortly after my wife and I got married back in 1966, I got maybe the worst vehicle I ever owned. My wife had a 1964 Thunderbird (CA car with no A/C, and we were in Houston), and I had a great 1963 Chevy Super Sport. We were completely out of money, so we put both cars up for sale. My Chevy sold,so I needed a work car. The guy who bought my SS said he had a car he'd give me, if I could get it running and off his property. I rode with him from the north side of Houston over to Pasadena. He had a 1960 Chevy Sport Coupe with a 235 cu.in. 6 that had been underwater in New Orleans for 2 weeks after a flood. The floorboards were rusted out and mostly gone, and the paint job (originally white) was all sorts of colors, mostly rust and filth. I got it started, and drove home through the Washburn Tunnel under the Houston ship channel. It died in the tunnel, and I finally got it started again, with at least 500 people screaming at me to get that son of a bitch out of the way. When I got it home I put new points and plugs in it and a carburetor kit, then started trying to rewire it. It needed a wiring harness, but I didn't have the money for one, so I brought some coils of wire home from work and started replacing. I got everything working again except the windshield wipers. Every time I'd rewire them, I'd turn on the ignition and everything I'd put in would burn out again. Finally I said fuck it, I don't need wipers. Of course this was Houston, where you get at least a little rain about 200 days a year. Somehow it passed state inspection, and I drove it back and forth to work for 2 years. It used 2 quarts of oil a day. I got a 5 gallon can and would fill it up at gas stations with the oil they'd drained out of other cars. Every morning I'd add a quart of oil before I even started it, then drive to work, then add another quart before I started home. It burned so much oil that I was fogging for mosquitos every time I went anywhere. It had very low compression, so ever so often I'd add a quart or so of toluene to the gas. Finally it got so it would hardly pull itself along, so I added a quart of 2-nitropropane. I started it up, and shortly thereafter the head blew off the engine, right through the hood. I had to pay a guy to haul it to a junk yard. Oh well, I figured that I'd saved a bunch of money on car payments for 2 years, so I was ahead on the deal.

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3 years 44 weeks ago, 12:02 AM

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I have had some interesting stuff happen on bikes and in cars.. but putting a cyl head thru the hood has to take the cake...

I was standing next to an old boy who managed to blow his battery.. Thing looked like one of Dubya's cannons when it went off.. but NEVER had an experiance like that.

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3 years 44 weeks ago, 12:09 AM

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Greg az, how ya doing

friend?? Havent talked to U in awhile!!! Great news that U posted the other day!! Im so glad that U and Ms. Gloria can relax some now!!

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3 years 44 weeks ago, 12:30 AM

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I'm still laughing at the last comment of yours.. didn't even know you were on when i put my last one up.. Yep life is good around here now... we still have to find out where it is, and get rid of it, but no longer a deal..

Did you put either the SKS or the AR on paper.. If so at what range..

edit; i changed from we are to, as i wasnt sure if it was to or too... wheres Schuyler when you need him... im guessing you guys know the grammer rule on this... I think i was out side having a dubbie when we covered the to / too thing... lol... remember the song..."sitting down town at the railway station one toke over the line"

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3 years 44 weeks ago, 12:38 AM

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We were about 200 ft away from the target. I did a bit better than my husband did. He hit the grass in front of the burn pile about 10 times outta 100. I didnt @ all. Im still trying to learn to steady everything left handed better. Its hard to do that, and try to change Ur master eye in the process. All the while, hitting Ur ball cap bill on the scope. (of the AR) LOL. Thats why its turned around in one of the vids. Im really glad ur situation has calmed down for now. U still got some more "lovin Ms. Gloria years" left in ya!! Thank God!!! Gonna jump off till tomorrow!! Hubby is downstairs watching TV, (like he has been all day). Guess I'll go join him in killing some brain cells!!! (Thats how I feel when I veg. out w him all day long in front of the "brain sucker" tube!!) Have a good night Sir!! Talk to you soon!!

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3 years 44 weeks ago, 8:23 AM

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To/Too

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edit; i changed from we are to, as i wasnt sure if it was to or too... wheres Schuyler when you need him... im guessing you guys know the grammer rule on this... I think i was out side having a dubbie when we covered the to / too thing... lol... remember the song..."sitting down town at the railway station one toke over the line"

Shit Greg, if in doubt use "as well".........Problem solved, Learned that one living in Scotland in high school!

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3 years 44 weeks ago, 12:43 AM

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Iv'e been sleeping in to late.. thinking about doing one post first, but might wait till tomorrow.. if my ramblings dont turn into anything worth saving im gone as well... later all..

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3 years 44 weeks ago, 3:17 PM

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to funny bro, check my comment.. it's what you suggested "as well"... Schuyler will set us straight on this pretty quick but i doubt we need him, this is one of those basics that at least half the crowd knows..

As stated i was out to lunch on this one.. That's one of those school memory things that is pretty clear .. When ever we started diagramming sentences, i would immediately shut down, and go into daydream state.. Either that or start sketching cars or girls..

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3 years 44 weeks ago, 3:46 PM

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"as we are, sis" can stand alone, though it needs a comma, or you could say, "as we are, too" or "we are, too." As long as you say "too" (an adverb) instead of "to" (a preposition).

I'm sure that cleared everything up! It's a little complex because "to" can also be an adverb, as in "He pushed the door to," but it's more commonly a preposition.

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As always, Thank U

for the schooling Schuyler. We can always stand to be reminded. Some of us more than others, but Thank U!! I always enjoy your vastness of knowledge!!!

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to/too/two

too= as well, also

Example:

Ebear decided TO drive his window-less van TO the elementary school. He should have know he wasn't suppose TO be within 500 feet of the school after the claims by the TWO small boys. As a matter of fact, the janitor has a restraining order against him TOO. After the TWO female officers responded TO the the call about a restraining order violation, they decided TO file for one TOO.

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3 years 44 weeks ago, 3:59 PM

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Well put Reaper!!

It was a very good visualization tool as well!!

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3 years 43 weeks ago, 6:03 PM

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i had originally put "we are well to Ace", and did the edit as i wasn't sure one or two o's.. Thank you Reap.. our bud Schuyler assumed that there was no way so simple an issue would not be known so jumped into usage of the "as we are".. Nope buddy it was a fourth grade question..I'm guessing thats about when to/too/two is dealt with.. sigh..

As stated random thoughts abound.. I'm just going to jump in so forgive the lack of order..

Sam... I'm disappointed that you opted not to use Hamps avatar in its normal GYN mode..

Schuyler..You have no idea how much comfort i get in your continued presence answering our inane questions, and most importantly keeping the original avatar... will have to have a avatar contest one of these days and yours gets my vote..

Bob.. I didn't know you had a model 1 top break till the other day.. i have a couple of sources for 44 Russian, and some info on the original purchase that cept S&W alive thru an era when Colt was getting military contracts, and yes it would be champered in 38 S&W or perhaps the British version of the 38 (38/200? to lazy for wiki) that the Victory model was later champered for, but with out question not 38 super..

Greasy.. How are ya bro... i have to get off but will be back later.. hope the tooth at least is better.. Again i will be on later, Gloria is holding a meal and movie for me.. Considering what your going thru that sounds sorta Rough.. Your not alone Mike .. you have a bunch of good people (and a goofy geezer padre) who have your back..

Ivan .. Are you staying home, or out to the races tomorrow..

Ace.. will see ya later sis.. Your video postings are working out well, but i sat thru the kids thinking it was the one you were seen running for hi ground from..

See ya all later..

a man has to hold his word, hold his beliefs, and hold a good sight picture.
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that was 2 funny......ps......ur a waste of sperm

...check... G-AZ
3 years 43 weeks ago, 6:06 PM

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of what you were saying I kinda had to choose an option and jump in with what I thought you might have meant, if you know what I mean, otherwise my answer would have been: "WTF!!!!"

"All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing." - Edmund Burke

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