Really interesting conversation with someone that cant get anyone to listen. But once you do...
Shouldn't you be on a ledge somewhere? Good grief.
Dirt:"Someone said I should watch Walking Dead "
Indeed. The conditioning of a sociopathic society to kill semi dead things--including kids(not fetuses) is such a healthy thing for a conflicted and empty society to learn.
What pleasant times we are immersed in thanks to decades of the ACLU, activist judges and the other collective evils that have lashed away at impulse control. COnsent laws abolished, Parents can marry their kids, and anything righteous is considered antique and odd.
I guess its a form of quiet justice that guilty white liberals are desirous that other culture supplant our, they DONT have kids and they are pro abortion. Thats justice moving in mysterious ways. Cheers
Haha, Dirty said doodads. Maybe it was el chupa cabra. One time I had this dream where Catwoman did a similar thing to me except..... nevermind.
A Portland family was forced to hide in a bedroom and call 911 after they say they were terrorized by their 22-pound pet cat.
"I kicked the cat in the rear and it has went off over the edge and we aren't safe around the cat," Palmer said. "We're trapped in our bedroom and he won't let us out of our door."
They don't like to be kicked where their doodads used to be. I think it's that insult to injury deal.
I need to watch this thrones thing?
Someone said I should watch Walking Dead and it is interesting. I was surprised.
Anette:"The Games of Throne"
Dirty, also while you're at it, can you make me another mannequin who looks exactly like that Delegate from Ranson? I could use her for the carpool lane and get out of tickets whenever I go to D.C. Thanks man! I owe you.
Hey Dirty, while you're at it, can you make me a mannequin who looks exactly like Annette? Just picking on you Annette. ;)
Dirt , as long as The Games of Throne listing was the predominant flower, I will be pleased.
Of course, Major, you assume incorrectly.
Netta: "Dirt, I would guess it was more than two. I swear if we had tossed about 7 people in a locked room they would have ripped out each others hair and everyones eyes would have been scratched out."
Perhaps. Or they would stand around looking at the floor and talking about the weather and their favorite TV shows. BTW, I took the TV Guide Fall Preview and made it into a bouquet for you.
annette:"Minutes with Major?"
I would think you'd know such terms from secretarial work. Of course Im assuming.
Dirt, I would guess it was more than two. I swear if we had tossed about 7 people in a locked room they would have ripped out each others hair and everyones eyes would have been scratched out.
Minutes with Major? Can not minutes become an eternity?
"O.K. somehow I missed the conversation with Amber and Scotsmen. Was that the final straw with the Journal's tolerance with the comment sections?"
Nope, two other people.
Major uses the British English spelling of words, but sometimes so do I.
No, a long time ago in a Journal far far away Ambrg was demonstrating her skill at comedy by verbalising an almost Marco Polo-like attempt find my cultural background. The Scotsman was among the more hilarious. She alleged to have had a few words with a someone that sounded like I write at the Jefferson Co Fairgrounds. From then it was a comical bounce from I was Scottish to Irish to everything but a Zulu.
O.K. somehow I missed the conversation with Amber and Scotsmen. Was that the final straw with the Journal's tolerance with the comment sections? Please relay!
I cant wait until they get to the part where the Irish were so, well, stereotypical that they had to bring in Scotsmen to finish the Paw Paw tunnel.
Hey, stereotypes arent usually without truth. Word up! Ambrg in my thoughts right now. Coffee time.
On Saturday, March 15, 2014, Dr. Karen Gray will open the Historic Shepherdstown 2014 Speaker Series with an illustrated lecture on the Irish workers who helped build the C&O Canal. Her talk will begin at 10:30 AM in the Entler Hotel. She will discuss why most of the laborers were Irish...
Ah yes, the good ole days.
Sometimes the cool is too much. But I manage.
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