Detroit named most miserable U.S. city by Forbes
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#1 Feb 22, 2013
We are in the abyss no one knows what's coming now so only live for today !
#2 Feb 22, 2013
I had a 62 year old neighbor who worked all his adult life for one company. He was proud of his 401K investments. He never even had a phone for all the years I knew him. Then he got an infection and pneumonia after going to the dentist and died after extended treatment. His relatives got the benefit of his life's work. If you want to do something, do it while you can.
#3 Feb 22, 2013
We're #1. We're #1. We're #1. We're #1.
Even if Forbes is wrong.
We're #2. We're #2. We're #2. We're #2.
#4 Feb 22, 2013
It feels like 1963 ?
It looks like 1963 ?
Dig it ?
#5 Feb 22, 2013
"'The people couldn't have been more friendly; the crowds couldn't have been more wonderful, more generous in their reaction to the President. I just had such a good feeling about the -- the way they had received him in this city. I had just turned around and said to him, "You can't say Dallas doesn't love you, Mr. President.'"
Mrs. John Connelly
#6 Feb 22, 2013
Woodstock, piece out man ~
#7 Feb 23, 2013
You blokes seem to be living in the past quite a bit. When I see the news, makes sense really.
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