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#1 Mar 23, 2013
Lets fill in the marsh with sand. Then the tourest would come to St Marys for a tan.

We could pay for the sand with SPLOSTVII tax revenue.
miami

Saint Marys, GA

#2 Mar 23, 2013
Ideator wrote:
Lets fill in the marsh with sand. Then the tourest would come to St Marys for a tan.
We could pay for the sand with SPLOSTVII tax revenue.
that or free zipline to yule .be the worlds longest zipline if you didn t fall off and hit one of the free loading sailboats!
nobs

Saint Augustine, FL

#3 Mar 23, 2013
It's a madhouse in here.
Tommy

Herndon, PA

#4 Mar 24, 2013
I'm a feisty little sh!t.

“Don't let em take ur liberties”

Since: Jul 12

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#5 Mar 24, 2013
What brainpower!
What, brainpower?
miami

Saint Marys, GA

#6 Mar 24, 2013
Political Traveler wrote:
What brainpower!
What, brainpower?
just a pipe dream mhd report!

“Don't let em take ur liberties”

Since: Jul 12

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#7 Mar 24, 2013
miami wrote:
<quoted text>just a pipe dream mhd report!
Hooka, Chong Bong. Ha. Someone was smokin it.

“Master o Public Administration”

Since: Oct 10

St. Marys, GA

#8 Mar 24, 2013
I like it.

With any luck, a pod of pilot whales will beach themselves so Alex-the-Whale Whisperer can spring into action.

Cecil B. DeVaught could film the rescue while Delta Dawn Ryan led the crowd in New Age incantations for cetaceans.

I can see it now: St. Alex riding a revived pilot whale out to sea, whooping like Chill Wills riding the A-bomb in Dr. Strangelove, never to be seen again.

Naturally, the DMA and EarthKeepers would have the city fund a bronze of her riding the whale and place it into the Alex Kearns Memorial Park next to the gazebo.
miami

Saint Marys, GA

#9 Mar 24, 2013
sand gnat beach
Wheeler Dealer

Kingsland, GA

#10 Mar 24, 2013
Moreno Jay wrote:
I can see it now: St. Alex riding a revived pilot whale out to sea, whooping like Chill Wills riding the A-bomb in Dr. Strangelove, never to be seen again.
Rollerboy strikes out again. Does the name Slim Pickens mean anything to you Morono?
Jorge

Dornsife, PA

#11 Mar 25, 2013
Moreno Jay wrote:
I can see it now: St. Alex riding a revived pilot whale out to sea, whooping like Chill Wills riding the A-bomb in Dr. Strangelove, never to be seen again.
That was Slim Pickens.

“Master o Public Administration”

Since: Oct 10

St. Marys, GA

#12 Mar 25, 2013
Yeah, I didn't think Chill Wills sounded quite right but I could not remember ol' Slim. Thanks, even though you posted as a hate filled a-hole with terminal JDS.
pork chop

Herndon, PA

#13 Mar 25, 2013
Moreno Jay wrote:
Yeah, I didn't think Chill Wills sounded quite right but I could not remember ol' Slim. Thanks, even though you posted as a hate filled a-hole with terminal JDS.
He just recognizes a know-it-all prick when he sees one. A know-it-all prick who attempts to correct everyone else even when he himself is wrong.

It's not JDS, it's just that no one can stand a know-it-all prick.

“Master o Public Administration”

Since: Oct 10

St. Marys, GA

#14 Mar 25, 2013
Especially when they know so little, eh, bozo?
Diceman

Herndon, PA

#15 Mar 25, 2013
pork chop wrote:
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He just recognizes a know-it-all prick when he sees one. A know-it-all prick who attempts to correct everyone else even when he himself is wrong.
It's not JDS, it's just that no one can stand a know-it-all prick.
Just a couple of days ago, the know-it-all prick told me that "councilor" was not acceptable when referring to a member of city council. He said councilman, councilwoman, or council person were the proper words to use.

I showed the know-it-all prick that "councilor" was perfectly correct in accordance with a dictionary definition, but the know-it-all prick did not acknowledge that he had made a mistake.

Then someone else pointed out that the know-it-all prick had declared that the nasty smell in natural gas came from GARLIC that the gas producers put in gas to help identify when gas was leaking.

I think the know-it-all prick still thinks that the nasty smell in natural gas is from GARLIC.

We are dealing with someone who claims to have a 136 IQ here, folks. We're dealing with scootertard.
Anon

United States

#16 Mar 25, 2013
Moreno Jay wrote:
Especially when they know so little, eh, bozo?
"...no one can stand a know-it-all prick especially when they know so little..."

Jay, are you trying to get into a battle of wits with your magazine empty, again? You should really learn how to write so you can be understood.

“Master o Public Administration”

Since: Oct 10

St. Marys, GA

#17 Mar 25, 2013
Diceman wrote:
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Just a couple of days ago, the know-it-all prick told me that "councilor" was not acceptable when referring to a member of city council. He said councilman, councilwoman, or council person were the proper words to use.
I showed the know-it-all prick that "councilor" was perfectly correct in accordance with a dictionary definition, but the know-it-all prick did not acknowledge that he had made a mistake.
Then someone else pointed out that the know-it-all prick had declared that the nasty smell in natural gas came from GARLIC that the gas producers put in gas to help identify when gas was leaking.
I think the know-it-all prick still thinks that the nasty smell in natural gas is from GARLIC.
We are dealing with someone who claims to have a 136 IQ here, folks. We're dealing with scootertard.
Tommy Gun III, you poor little shirt-tailed tad, while it is still in the dictionary, it is quite obsolete. No one uses it in this country and they haven't for many years. Why? Because when spoken, it sounds exactly like another word that still is in use: "counselor." You will often hear public officials in a meeting address their attorney as counselor. It would be damned confusing if he answered back "Councilor." Ergo, it simply is not used.

You poor little bastard. Go back to picking blue berries , son. You will never slay this old dragon.
Interesting

United States

#19 Mar 25, 2013
I will have to remember that when/if a few of our City council persons are making a mandatory appearance at the court house.

For now I will be addressing "Councilor Bird" at City Hall and asking to tell us once again how he kicked the sh*t out of the two self proclaimed genius's Trader and his little sidekick Moreno.

I love that story.
Diceman

Herndon, PA

#20 Mar 25, 2013
Moreno Jay wrote:
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Tommy Gun III, you poor little shirt-tailed tad, while it is still in the dictionary, it is quite obsolete. No one uses it in this country and they haven't for many years. Why? Because when spoken, it sounds exactly like another word that still is in use: "counselor." You will often hear public officials in a meeting address their attorney as counselor. It would be damned confusing if he answered back "Councilor." Ergo, it simply is not used.
You poor little bastard. Go back to picking blue berries , son. You will never slay this old dragon.
Dear know-it-all prick (scootertard). You have proven repeatedly that you do not know what you are talking about. I referred to MS Word which referenced the Encarta - English (North American) Dictionary. Councilor is certainly NOT considered obsolete.

So I am faced with choosing between scootertard the know-it-all prick or the dictionary resource used by MS Word. I think I will take MS Word.

PS: I would rather make a living picking blueberries and be known as Tommy Gun III than scooting to the mailbox to retrieve another government handout and being known as scootertard the know-it-all prick. But, we both know that I do not pick blueberries and my name is not Tommy Gun III. You? You are what you are.
Anon

United States

#21 Mar 25, 2013
Moreno Jay wrote:
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Tommy Gun III, you poor little shirt-tailed tad, while it is still in the dictionary, it is quite obsolete. No one uses it in this country and they haven't for many years. Why? Because when spoken, it sounds exactly like another word that still is in use: "counselor." You will often hear public officials in a meeting address their attorney as counselor. It would be damned confusing if he answered back "Councilor." Ergo, it simply is not used.
You poor little bastard. Go back to picking blue berries , son. You will never slay this old dragon.
Jay, you are just flat-out wrong. "Councilor" is a perfectly good word and is not obsolete. It simply means a member of a council such as a city council. Just because YOU are confused by a word does mean that the word is used improperly. It more likely means that you don't know the proper usage.

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