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Toj

“Where is Everyone?”

Since: Jul 12

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#92341 Oct 4, 2013
Mister Tonka wrote:
Re: Miley Cyrus
I read the letter from Sinead O'Connor to her. In the letter she makes reference to her obvious talent and not prostituting her self. That mad me laugh. The first time I ever cared enough to listen to Miley Cyrus was when she was on stage singing with Sheryl Crow. I could not understand how anyone could stomach listening to her. Her voice is terrible. So this idea of "obvious talent" is a joke. Her talent is prostituting herself. And what's sad is, he was lot hotter with the long hair before she started prostituting herself. Now she's kinda scary looking.
So you don't like the tongue, huh?:D
cheluzal

Tampa, FL

#92342 Oct 4, 2013
When did working hard become a bad thing?
Our ancestors learned the language and worked. Now us middle class is expected to pay for parasites. Why would anyone from either party accept that?

Socialism is not good and that's what we're doing.

“reign in blood”

Since: May 09

Braidwood, IL

#92343 Oct 4, 2013
cheluzal wrote:
When did working hard become a bad thing?
When it became "unfair" to the people who don't work.
cheluzal wrote:
Now us middle class is expected to pay for parasites.
You're calling starving children "parasites"!!!???
cheluzal wrote:
Why would anyone from either party accept that?
Only one party wants starving children to die. The other party has more compassion.
cheluzal wrote:
Socialism is not good
Socialism gave us medicare and welfare programs and helps the old, infirm and poor. How is that not a good thing!!??

“I Am Mine”

Since: Dec 08

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#92344 Oct 4, 2013
Toj wrote:
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So you don't like the tongue, huh?:D
The tongue is irrelevant. Sure its annoying the way its always hanging out like she's a golden retriever sticking its head out the window, but its the hair. With her long hair, she was hot. Now? I wouldn't f her with edogg's dick. Zero sex appeal and scary.

“A Programmer is not in IT!”

Since: Feb 09

Neda, stay with me! Charlie

#92345 Oct 4, 2013
Always willing to take one for the team!
and believe me, I took one tonight.
Stina2 wrote:
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YOu're such a giving and supporting friend! SHe'll appreciate that!

“I Am Mine”

Since: Dec 08

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#92346 Oct 4, 2013

Since: Oct 12

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#92347 Oct 5, 2013
Mister Tonka wrote:
I like the study, also on that site about Chicken Nuggets containing only 40-50% chicken...lol...a pharmacist once told me the vast majority of food poisoning cases she see's are from some type of fast food chicken sandwiches....

“reign in blood”

Since: May 09

Braidwood, IL

#92348 Oct 5, 2013
Go Blue Forever wrote:
who own the teaparty House republicans.....Sound's like some lady freaked out in DC and got killed for it....
Well, Blue, the woman killed in DC turned out to be a BLACK woman. So much for your theory she was some tea bagger upset over obamacare, huh? You gonna say now how crazy liberal Obama supporters are? Shut you up, didn't it?

Since: Oct 12

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#92349 Oct 5, 2013
edogxxx wrote:
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Well, Blue, the woman killed in DC turned out to be a BLACK woman. So much for your theory she was some tea bagger upset over obamacare, huh? You gonna say now how crazy liberal Obama supporters are? Shut you up, didn't it?
...I never said that, no matter how you edit my posts...You're just another Fox Clown, unable to think on your own....watch as your teaparty House republican's scar your party for decades....your insistence in playing the part of the righteous, only makes me think less of you.....

“reign in blood”

Since: May 09

Braidwood, IL

#92350 Oct 5, 2013

“reign in blood”

Since: May 09

Braidwood, IL

#92351 Oct 5, 2013

Since: Jan 10

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#92353 Oct 5, 2013
edogxxx wrote:
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America has the best healthcare system in the WORLD! Why do you think Mexicans flock here? Why do you think Canadians flock here? Why do you think most doctors here are foreigners? All Obamacare is gonna do is DECREASE healthcare for Americans.
Time will tell. The negative effects will take a while to show. We'll see who's right, but I wouldn't break out the champagne just yet.
Wrong. We do NOT have the best healthcare system int he world. Mexicans come here for work and education. Canadians don't flock here -- they LOVE their health care (you don't even know a single Canadian personally, I know many). They typically come here to work only because they're engaged or married to an American.

but they keep their Canadian healthcare -- They go back home for serious stuff.

Since: Jan 10

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#92354 Oct 5, 2013
I thought of you guys and the four-way stop debate when I watched How I Met Your Mother this week and the group had their WORST FIGHT EVER, over what was more cute/loveable: A bunny or a duck.

Since: Jan 10

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#92355 Oct 5, 2013
I'm not getting caught up ont he last few pages.

Weekend plans: last night, Nick came over and we went out to eat and he took me to Walmart to pick up some things, and Petco to get a new tower for the cats. Then he fixed my computer. I sent him home with two big pans of homemade brownies (one for the cabin closer today--I roasted walnuts for thsoe brownies!).

Today: A friend is bringing me lunch and a big bag of weed!:D

I had my first cocktail in a week last night (my care coordinator told me I can have a drink -- and it was really with the tone of, "need a drink, have one, but no boozing it up"). I won't be allowed to drink once I get on more meds so I wanted to enjoy one while I can. I think it played a role in helping me to sleep through the entire night (first time in weeks). It was wonderful.

Tomorrow: Keep cleaning. I can do only so much at a time before I have to sit down and catch my breath. I wish they'd sent me home with a nebulizer. I have an inhaler to use up to four times a day, and my Xanax (anti-anxiety, but it has to do with breathing as well somehow) is for bedtime only, but a neb would help a lot.

so I basically sit at the computer and play wow, and take frequent breaks to do small things.

Walking down my long hallway leaves me winded.

This is so surreal!!!

And I'm hungry! I splurged and bought comfort foods to encourage me to eat. Peanut butter capn crunch, toaster strudel (!), etc. I ate more yesterday than I've eaten in a month in a single day. Nick even was happy with that.

Nick is stoic like me, but he admitted that he nearly broke down in the showers at the gym yesterday.:(
dahgts

Florence, AL

#92356 Oct 5, 2013
RedheadwGlasses wrote:
I thought of you guys and the four-way stop debate when I watched How I Met Your Mother this week and the group had their WORST FIGHT EVER, over what was more cute/loveable: A bunny or a duck.
they're both cute but I do like duck on the plate better. my brother here hunts and I had antelope last night. it was very good. I know, off the subject but you made me think of roast duck.

“A Programmer is not in IT!”

Since: Feb 09

Neda, stay with me! Charlie

#92357 Oct 5, 2013
I will be your designated drinker!
RedheadwGlasses wrote:
I'm not getting caught up ont he last few pages.
Weekend plans: last night, Nick came over and we went out to eat and he took me to Walmart to pick up some things, and Petco to get a new tower for the cats. Then he fixed my computer. I sent him home with two big pans of homemade brownies (one for the cabin closer today--I roasted walnuts for thsoe brownies!).
Today: A friend is bringing me lunch and a big bag of weed!:D
I had my first cocktail in a week last night (my care coordinator told me I can have a drink -- and it was really with the tone of, "need a drink, have one, but no boozing it up"). I won't be allowed to drink once I get on more meds so I wanted to enjoy one while I can. I think it played a role in helping me to sleep through the entire night (first time in weeks). It was wonderful.
Tomorrow: Keep cleaning. I can do only so much at a time before I have to sit down and catch my breath. I wish they'd sent me home with a nebulizer. I have an inhaler to use up to four times a day, and my Xanax (anti-anxiety, but it has to do with breathing as well somehow) is for bedtime only, but a neb would help a lot.
so I basically sit at the computer and play wow, and take frequent breaks to do small things.
Walking down my long hallway leaves me winded.
This is so surreal!!!
And I'm hungry! I splurged and bought comfort foods to encourage me to eat. Peanut butter capn crunch, toaster strudel (!), etc. I ate more yesterday than I've eaten in a month in a single day. Nick even was happy with that.
Nick is stoic like me, but he admitted that he nearly broke down in the showers at the gym yesterday.:(
dahgts

Florence, AL

#92358 Oct 5, 2013
RedheadwGlasses wrote:
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Wrong. We do NOT have the best healthcare system int he world. Mexicans come here for work and education. Canadians don't flock here -- they LOVE their health care (you don't even know a single Canadian personally, I know many). They typically come here to work only because they're engaged or married to an American.
but they keep their Canadian healthcare -- They go back home for serious stuff.
you are right. To compare Mexico to Canada is just stupid, anyway.

Since: Jan 10

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#92359 Oct 5, 2013
I don't think the problem with illegal immigration from our southern border will get much better unless/until the countries supplying us with those people change/improve.

Since: Jan 10

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#92360 Oct 5, 2013
RACE wrote:
I will be your designated drinker!
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HA! Did you watch "friends" when it was on?

When Phoebe is carrying triplets as a surrogate for her brother and his wife, she has a craving for meat (and she's vegetarian), and she's racked with guilt. So Joey -- the ultimate carnivore -- offers to go vegetarian during her pregnancy so she can eat meat, but she's eating the meat HE would eat, so no additional animals would be killed.

It was so damn sweet of him!

Since: Jan 10

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#92361 Oct 5, 2013
dahgts wrote:
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they're both cute but I do like duck on the plate better. my brother here hunts and I had antelope last night. it was very good. I know, off the subject but you made me think of roast duck.
One of Nick's regular bday gifts from me is a subscription to Outdoor News, which is a newspaper of hunting/fishing stuff in MN.(It's *excellent*-- very well written.)

We love the "cuffs and collars" page that lists all the Conservation Officer activities, and they don't keep it strictly professional, which is fun. The last one I read mentioned that the CO checked on a group of bow hunters but they reported not having any luck other than catching a porcupine, which one of the guys dressed, cut up, and made stew out of, and the CO reported that it was the most delicious wild game dish he'd ever eaten.

What a cool experience -- the CO obviously is a supporter of hunting and fishing or he wouldn't do that for a living, and that the hunters he checked on offered some of their wild game food, and he accepted it.

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