Anonymous

Branson, MO

#1 Jun 25, 2013
loose lips sink ships ! AMONGST SWALLOWING OTHER THINGS!!!!
Shipmypants

Branson, MO

#2 Jun 25, 2013
I bet you know all about that don't ya. Must suck having your pu$*y lips drag on the ground. It must be like putting a twig in the Grand Canyon bahahaha
grave digger

Branson, MO

#3 Jun 25, 2013
buddy d wrote:
loose lips sink ships ! AMONGST SWALLOWING OTHER THINGS!!!!
this has never been proven,,,how the f--k can a loose lip on someone sink a ship?,,,the 2 spotters on the titanic had loose lips when they saw the iceberg,,,now if they wouldnt of said anything to anyone the titanic would of hit it head on and there wouldnt of been a movie,,,daaaa,,,ha haa haaa,,,the grave digger swallowed a worm this one time at band camp but the funny part,,,pooped out a fish,,,ha haa haaa,,,freaks,,,
Anonymous

Branson, MO

#4 Jun 27, 2013
and how old are u "shipmypants"?... 15 going on 12???????
grave digger

Sparta, MO

#5 Jun 27, 2013
buddy d wrote:
and how old are u "shipmypants"?... 15 going on 12???????
shipmypants?,,,do you mean you poo poo in your pants?,,,thats just gross,,,you know they make adult diapers for that,,,old person,,,ha haa haaa,,,loose lips,,,what a dork,,,,
elf

West Plains, MO

#6 Jul 24, 2017
grave digger wrote:
<quoted text>shipmypants?,,,do you mean you poo poo in your pants?,,,thats just gross,,,you know they make adult diapers for that,,,old person,,,ha haa haaa,,,loose lips,,,what a dork,,,,
NASA Launches First Cordless Satellite

CAPE CANAVERAL, FL—In what experts are calling a breakthrough achievement that is poised to revolutionize American space exploration and telecommunications, NASA announced Friday it has successfully launched its first cordless satellite into orbit.“Launch and deployment went smoothly, and now our Wireless 1 craft appears to be operating and communicating nominally without the aid of a standard 22,000-mile satellite cable,” said Joint Agency Satellite Division director Sandra Smalley, explaining that, for the first time ever, a NASA satellite has been able to maintain contact with crew on the ground without remaining directly plugged into a computer and energy source at its launchpad.“We’ve come a long way since 1958, back when our satellites could only complete one or two orbits before their cords got wrapped around the earth and they plummeted back down to the ground. Now, with this revolutionary new technology, we actually have the potential to completely eliminate the labor-intensive task of untangling satellites whose cables have crossed paths and become tied in knots.” If successful, Smalley said the advances in cordless technology should be transferrable to the agency’s space probes as well, freeing NASA from having to continuously unspool billions of miles of wire as it has been doing for decades with Voyager 1 and 2.

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