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by Dirtman
MoocherRanchers
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I want to tell you one more thing I know about the ......

We are lucky that we live in the era of the Moocher Ranchers that can provide us the wisdom to live our lives. Unfortunately, throughout history our ancestors relied on kings, oracles, priests and philosophers who only provided false truths. As recently the 20th Century, people looked to scientists as the source of facts. Today we have the benefit of Moocher Rancher who only work two days a year - the day they buy their cattle and the day they sell their cattle - and they live primarily on government subsidy. So they have the time to ponder eternal truths, and give the proper guidance to the lowly masses on how to live our lives. And the Moocher Ranchers know there is only one higher power -- the county sheriff.

 
 

Member Comments

Dirtman

rc: "Fiction, whats up with the "rest of us" nonsense. Maybe you were sleeping during math class, three commenters on board and two have you on the "loon" side. Therefore, there is no "rest of us"."

It's OK, BBF, you will always have a home here in Shepherdstown where you would be considered almost normal.

Posted 133 days ago.

Dirtman

"Fed govt failed to inspect higher risk oil wells"

Save the Turtles

Posted 134 days ago.

Dirtman

"Audubon sponsoring butterfly workshop"

As if Shepherdstown needs to be any more aflutter.

Posted 134 days ago.

Dirtman

"From Inwood: I see where HGTV...The pressure was applied mainly by GLAAD."

HGTV? Hug a gay tv? I think I'll stick with Have a Turkey Neck.

Isn't GLAAD the group that mutilates squirrels?

Posted 135 days ago.

Dirtman

"From Hedgesville: Congratulations to the Berkeley County Health Department...It is a shame our "elected officials" do not care as much as those in Maryland and Virginia."

Virginia has a weaker smoking law than any in WV.

Posted 135 days ago.

Jester01

Hey Mooch! Them feds find any proof of those supposed "freedom fighters" taking aim at the BLM agents yet? What is the Moocher Rancher definition of fratricide anyways?

Posted 136 days ago.

Dirtman

Whose turn is it to hit Kidd's reset button? It's one of those recessed types that has to be poked with something.

WooohooWOOOOT! ARMageddon! Restarting.

Posted 136 days ago.

Dirtman

Jester had an ancestor who lived in Boston. "They're not really Indians. They're phonies, nothing but a bunch of phonies."

Posted 137 days ago.

Jester01

"Tea party faces uphill climb in crowded Republican Senate primary in Georgia"-Washington Post

I'm glad the Republicans are finally starting to come around. But I still remain unaffiliated with the Republicans until those crazy extreme tea tossing kind are out of the party completely. They adopted their own flag, they have their own name, now stop mooching off the rest of the Republicans and be a seperate party already. But I know, they need the numbers. Well they aren't getting mine at least since I changed my registration to "No party affiliation." Ha! Mooch on that leeches!

Posted 137 days ago.

Jester01

What does the Moocher Rancher code say about Cinco de Mayo?

Posted 140 days ago.

Dirtman

My moocher rancher cousin had to clean out the barnyard. And on a Sunday. You can pick your friends, but...

It is indeed pungent. With the wind direction and speed Shannondale should be getting a whiff of it in ohhhh five or ten minutes. After combining with Kabletown manure, there will be people falling off their decks while trying to enjoy the view. "What a view!" Kaplunk.

Posted 141 days ago.

Dirtman

Is anyone taking bets on when cybercide occurs? Check out the only remaining comment section at the Journal. It's even worse there, like someone opened a crypt.

Posted 141 days ago.

Dirtman

"After Taco Bell started telling the public its beef is 88 percent beef, customers were left to wonder, what's the other 12 percent?"

I don't like my dead animal flesh to be tainted with other stuff.

Posted 144 days ago.

Dirtman

Moo: "As recently the 20th Century, people looked to scientists as the source of facts."

There seems to be a lot of scientists around here with degrees in computer "science," economic "science," and social "science." I feel your envy. A rerun of Big Bang is on TV somewhere.

Posted 144 days ago.

LostStormtrooper

Tshsh.....There's another one! Set for stun.....tshsh......Wait, who's side was I on again? We're both flying the same flags.....tshsh.....Uhhhhh! Maybe we should just pass this one on to the Justice Department again.....tshsh.....Yeah, Yeah that's what we'll do.....tshsh......Call off the drones corporal.....tshsh.

Posted 145 days ago.

Dirtman

Yeah, that's funny.

Some people know how to take the air out of a room.

Posted 145 days ago.

Dirtman

I see my cage rattling paid off. You're welcome. Sorry, but desperate measures were needed.

Posted 146 days ago.

annette2

Jester: is that normal?

No normal is the ability to bring up about a half century's worth of a man's failings. An elephant never forgets? Amateur!

Posted 147 days ago.

Jester01

Another reason I feel better whenever I watch Maury.

Posted 147 days ago.

Jester01

"Record your next argument and replay it."

No need. During each arguement she reminds me of everything horrible I've said to her dating back from the moment we met. Is that normal?

Posted 147 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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