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Christine

Minneapolis, MN

#42 May 4, 2013
gets a nickle a post wrote:
<quoted text>He/she posts on the WCCO site also under the name GoogleALEC. They get paid just to post liberal gibberish.How weird is that?
No suprise.

One would need to be compensated to post liberal garbage. He's selling his soul for 5 cents, libertard
Bushwhacker

Seattle, WA

#43 May 4, 2013
No surprise, the poopy "guy" is now gay & lying, as usual.

Since: Jul 10

Minneapolis, MN

#44 May 5, 2013
scooby slew wrote:
<quoted text>Coming from Columbus, it will be a culture shock. I used to be an engineer for a company with a factory there, and spent a lot of time in Columbus.
1. There is no Victory Drive in the Minneapolis area, thankfully.
2. If you want sweet tea, you have to make it yourself, but I was never a fan of sweet tea anyway.
5. There are no poisonous snakes, scorpions, or cockroaches the size of poodles in Minnesota(Palmetto bugs). We do have a shorter growing season, and if outdoors, the mosquitoes can be quite an intense experience near a swampy area.
6. There arent' many good places for fresh seafood at inexpensive prices. No Sal and Phils crawfish, or shrimp Po Boys. We do have lots of good restaurants.
8. In Minnesota most houses have basements. Not sure if that means anything or not, but it is a good place to go in case of a tornado.
ok, lets see here.
1. 1 We do have a Victory Memorial Drive however. it is in Minneapolis. it is in the Camden neighborhood. and on the grassy sections have plaques for the fallen who came from Minneapolis. it is about two miles long.
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2 2 yes, there is sweet tea up here. it is made by Arizona Tea company. and can be purchased in at least three chain stores if not more. Cub Foods, Rainbow Foods, & Walmart.
there is at least three types of it. as in the green tea sweetened with honey. or the black tea. do not know what they use for that one. the third is a diet green tea. sweetened with a artificial sweetener.
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3. 5 we may not have bugs the size of poodles here. and a few are poisonous. but we do have poisonous snakes here. as in two types of rattlesnakes. however they tend to be in the southeast corner of the state. and all spiders are venomous. most luckily are too small to do any damage. however, there is at least a couple that can do damage. since their fangs can get thru our skin.
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3A. and due to some streams drying up. there will be points where nature provides standing water for mosquitoes to breed. as well as some folks leaving out containers that catch rainwater. and end up being breeder spots for the biters.
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4. 6 if one is willing to go looking. we do have crayfish swimming up here. there is a limit of how many one can have. and that is 25 pounds according to the DNR. so one can make their own po'boys.
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5.. 8 actually more and more houses are being built on slab foundations. those are the ones without a basement. don't ask me why beyond that many builders are finding it cheaper to do so. that and they tend to do either that or those walkout basements. where you can walk outside from the basement. why call it a basement when it is not below ground?
Bushwhacker

Seattle, WA

#45 May 5, 2013
Did someone tell you to practice "writing"....on us ?
Christine

Minneapolis, MN

#46 May 5, 2013
Sangelia wrote:
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ok, lets see here.
1. 1 We do have a Victory Memorial Drive however. it is in Minneapolis. it is in the Camden neighborhood. and on the grassy sections have plaques for the fallen who came from Minneapolis. it is about two miles long.
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2 2 yes, there is sweet tea up here. it is made by Arizona Tea company. and can be purchased in at least three chain stores if not more. Cub Foods, Rainbow Foods, & Walmart.
there is at least three types of it. as in the green tea sweetened with honey. or the black tea. do not know what they use for that one. the third is a diet green tea. sweetened with a artificial sweetener.
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3. 5 we may not have bugs the size of poodles here. and a few are poisonous. but we do have poisonous snakes here. as in two types of rattlesnakes. however they tend to be in the southeast corner of the state. and all spiders are venomous. most luckily are too small to do any damage. however, there is at least a couple that can do damage. since their fangs can get thru our skin.
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3A. and due to some streams drying up. there will be points where nature provides standing water for mosquitoes to breed. as well as some folks leaving out containers that catch rainwater. and end up being breeder spots for the biters.
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4. 6 if one is willing to go looking. we do have crayfish swimming up here. there is a limit of how many one can have. and that is 25 pounds according to the DNR. so one can make their own po'boys.
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5.. 8 actually more and more houses are being built on slab foundations. those are the ones without a basement. don't ask me why beyond that many builders are finding it cheaper to do so. that and they tend to do either that or those walkout basements. where you can walk outside from the basement. why call it a basement when it is not below ground?
Good points, some facts others have ignored.

Road Salt, someone from Ga. might not know about roads salt. You see when Minnesota roads are wet and temps are below freezing the wetness freezes on the roadways. In order to provided needed traction for motor vehicles MnDOT and local governmental agencies spread salt on the road. The salt converts the ice to water and it runs off the roads.

However the salty water bathes motor vehicles with salt and they rust very quickly. If you ever visit Minnesota you will notice more rust on cars than in Ga.

Of course the salt water also causes mechanical failures and early retirement of cars. Of course these costs add to the cost of liveing in Minnesota. As if we need MORE expenses with high taxes etc.

Of course in winter in Minnesota you need to heat your house about $1,200 a year. Air Conditioning is nice to have even if it's only HOT for 2 weeks, it does get very humid and HOT.

Since: Jul 10

Minneapolis, MN

#47 May 5, 2013
Christine wrote:
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Good points, some facts others have ignored.
Road Salt, someone from Ga. might not know about roads salt. You see when Minnesota roads are wet and temps are below freezing the wetness freezes on the roadways. In order to provided needed traction for motor vehicles MnDOT and local governmental agencies spread salt on the road. The salt converts the ice to water and it runs off the roads.
However the salty water bathes motor vehicles with salt and they rust very quickly. If you ever visit Minnesota you will notice more rust on cars than in Ga.
Of course the salt water also causes mechanical failures and early retirement of cars. Of course these costs add to the cost of liveing in Minnesota. As if we need MORE expenses with high taxes etc.
Of course in winter in Minnesota you need to heat your house about $1,200 a year. Air Conditioning is nice to have even if it's only HOT for 2 weeks, it does get very humid and HOT.
actually more and more needs to run the A/C when it gets above 74 in the house. and if it is above 50% humidity.
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reason why: due to the number of homes with computers. and computes work better in a cooler environment. same goes for they work better in a lower humidity area.
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yep, seen it when I traveled thru the state with my family to get to florida for a family vacation. cars in GA last longer. and less signs of bondo on them as compared to cars in the northern half of the country.
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have to check out to see what type of melt we keep here. it is one of those pet safe ones.
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that is another thing if anyone who moves here needs to consider. getting pet safe chemicals for the outside. for like sidewalks, cars, etc...
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plus, many folks from down south consider our weather to be too cool for them. while folks say like in Alaska, consider Minnesota weather to be too hot to put up with.
Bushwhacker

Seattle, WA

#48 May 5, 2013
Sangelia wrote:
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actually more and more needs to run the A/C when it gets above 74 in the house. and if it is above 50% humidity.
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reason why: due to the number of homes with computers. and computes work better in a cooler environment. same goes for they work better in a lower humidity area.
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yep, seen it when I traveled thru the state with my family to get to florida for a family vacation. cars in GA last longer. and less signs of bondo on them as compared to cars in the northern half of the country.
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have to check out to see what type of melt we keep here. it is one of those pet safe ones.
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that is another thing if anyone who moves here needs to consider. getting pet safe chemicals for the outside. for like sidewalks, cars, etc...
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plus, many folks from down south consider our weather to be too cool for them. while folks say like in Alaska, consider Minnesota weather to be too hot to put up with.
Less signs of bondo, UNDER THE PAINT ??? WOW !!!! Aspies have x-ray, right ??? LMAOROTU ~1

Since: Jul 10

Minneapolis, MN

#49 May 5, 2013
Bushwhacker wrote:
<quoted text>Less signs of bondo, UNDER THE PAINT ??? WOW !!!! Aspies have x-ray, right ??? LMAOROTU ~1
listen lil git. I've had boyfriends that worked as car mechanics. plus with a brother that also fixed up cars for a hobby.
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I ended up learning on how to see signs of bondo. especially in p***ed up attempts to fix cars. the ones my ex-boyfriends had to fix. same goes for my brother when he had to deal with the previous owner's attempts to patch the cars.
Bushwhacker

Seattle, WA

#50 May 5, 2013
Neither of your "experts" were body men and it's interesting how THEIR expertise passed to you, like the gas you blather....
Bushwhacker

Seattle, WA

#51 May 5, 2013
DO people stand in line, to tell you, you're really dumb ????
Christine

Minneapolis, MN

#52 May 5, 2013
Sangelia wrote:
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listen lil git. I've had boyfriends that worked as car mechanics. plus with a brother that also fixed up cars for a hobby.
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I ended up learning on how to see signs of bondo. especially in p***ed up attempts to fix cars. the ones my ex-boyfriends had to fix. same goes for my brother when he had to deal with the previous owner's attempts to patch the cars.
Embarking on any exchange with the "lil git" is like urinating into the wind. Best to treat any and all posts from Seattle as "this page intentionly left blank".

Bondo can be detected by looking at a surface reflection and observing pits, bubbles, any divits in the surface not typical in sheetmetal. Of course a magnet can be used to detect sheetmetal which means there is no bondo there.

Since: Jul 10

Minneapolis, MN

#53 May 5, 2013
Christine wrote:
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Embarking on any exchange with the "lil git" is like urinating into the wind. Best to treat any and all posts from Seattle as "this page intentionly left blank".
Bondo can be detected by looking at a surface reflection and observing pits, bubbles, any divits in the surface not typical in sheetmetal. Of course a magnet can be used to detect sheetmetal which means there is no bondo there.
especially when the troll assumes to know what training both my brother and my ex boyfriends took in order to deal with cars.
gets a nickle a post

Saint Paul, MN

#54 May 5, 2013
Sangelia wrote:
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especially when the troll assumes to know what training both my brother and my ex boyfriends took in order to deal with cars.
I laughed when you mentioned bondo. I remember the bad jobs friends would do in high school. Just remember the troll is working hard for his nickle per post.
CRASSUS

Green Bay, WI

#55 May 5, 2013
Sangelia wrote:
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especially when the troll assumes to know what training both my brother and my ex boyfriends took in order to deal with cars.
Svengoolie has had many an ex boyfriend. She admits it. I've said all along. Many an ex Somali boyfriend were kbanged on the bus. Many a Somali man went home to his covered in drapes Somali woman after a stiff ride with Svengoolie.
CRASSUS

Green Bay, WI

#56 May 5, 2013
Sangelia wrote:
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especially when the troll assumes to know what training both my brother and my ex boyfriends took in order to deal with cars.
Be it a brother, be it a Somali man, many a man has bent the Svengoolie over the engine compartment of a broken down car. Many a man.
Christine

Minneapolis, MN

#57 May 5, 2013
Sangelia wrote:
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especially when the troll assumes to know what training both my brother and my ex boyfriends took in order to deal with cars.
My favorite rust repair was add sheet metal and pop-rivet it on with a bondo cover.

Works well for year or so then falls off.

I have heard of people using duct tape under bondo, that doesn't hold as long but gets a car off the lot. Silly people in Minnesota buy a 15 year old Minnesota car with 150K and THINK it has no rust, LOL.

Since: Jul 10

Minneapolis, MN

#58 May 6, 2013
Christine wrote:
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Embarking on any exchange with the "lil git" is like urinating into the wind. Best to treat any and all posts from Seattle as "this page intentionly left blank".
Bondo can be detected by looking at a surface reflection and observing pits, bubbles, any divits in the surface not typical in sheetmetal. Of course a magnet can be used to detect sheetmetal which means there is no bondo there.
another lil git is worse. this one being from green bay.
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that git here assumes that I am the only child of my parents. when I am the first of three kids born to them. the other two were boys.
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and it assumes that I commit both pre-marital sex and adultery. I'm not loose like the females in it's family..... I only have sex when I'm married and it is only with my husband.
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and the only ones I've dated, were Caucasians. and I've only dated four guys in my life. two of them I ended up being married to. I grew up in a old fashioned family. I still hold to the morals of my family. meaning strict.
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my parents were the type that girls were not allowed in the garage. that girls were to learn the ways of keeping a house running..
Bushwhacker

Seattle, WA

#59 May 6, 2013
Neither of your "experts" were body men and it's interesting how THEIR expertise passed to you, like the gas you blather....

DO people stand in line, to tell you, you're really dumb ????
Bushwhacker

New Richmond, WI

#60 May 6, 2013
My brain is full of bondo.
CRASSUS

Green Bay, WI

#61 May 6, 2013
Sangelia wrote:
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another lil git is worse. this one being from green bay.
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that git here assumes that I am the only child of my parents. when I am the first of three kids born to them. the other two were boys.
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and it assumes that I commit both pre-marital sex and adultery. I'm not loose like the females in it's family..... I only have sex when I'm married and it is only with my husband.
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and the only ones I've dated, were Caucasians. and I've only dated four guys in my life. two of them I ended up being married to. I grew up in a old fashioned family. I still hold to the morals of my family. meaning strict.
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my parents were the type that girls were not allowed in the garage. that girls were to learn the ways of keeping a house running..
Be it a small pea nuss Mexican, be it an AIDs infected Somali man. Svengoolie is an expert on the skin flute. And Bill Clinton says that's not sex.

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