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Politics/Legislation/Elections / Re: Coup
« Last post by patentlymn on Yesterday at 07:59:09 PM »
Just plaster Strzok's smirk all over the political ads this fall.

"This is the face of the Democrats."

So many Dems to choose from.
That Dem Socialist NY woman looked great on posters and photos but when she opens her mouth she sounds like a valley girl. Maybe they can train her before the election but I doubt it.
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General Board / Re: This is the kind of person you want to help
« Last post by AlanS on Yesterday at 04:55:06 PM »
 ::bows::
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Entertainment / Re: Not everybody in the entertainment biz is a mindless ghoul
« Last post by AlanS on Yesterday at 04:54:06 PM »
It's wonderful she's done that, but where's your evidence of sanity regarding her or her parents?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gal_Gadot

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Gadot served for two years as an enlisted soldier in the Israel Defense Forces, as a combat instructor.[21] She said of her time in the IDF: "You give two or three years, and it's not about you. You learn discipline and respect."[22]

I think lib parents would faint if their daughter was a combat instructor. But then again, Israel is pretty lib socially.
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Politics/Legislation/Elections / Re: Coup
« Last post by NHTom on Yesterday at 04:41:46 PM »
Just plaster Strzok's smirk all over the political ads this fall.

"This is the face of the Democrats."
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Judiciary, Crime, & Courts / Re: Trump picks Brett Kavanaugh for SC
« Last post by AlanS on Yesterday at 04:35:01 PM »
He is like stuck in the past, fighting the battles of the past.   



Fight? He hasn't fought anything worse than a wet paper bag.
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Military News/Veterans / Re: Hero SAS Dog
« Last post by AlanS on Yesterday at 04:23:45 PM »
Just another reason I'm a dog person.

Know anyone who has a trained attack cat?
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General Board / Re: This is the kind of person you want to help
« Last post by Pablo de Fleurs on Yesterday at 03:50:05 PM »
Awesome!
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General Board / This is the kind of person you want to help
« Last post by John Florida on Yesterday at 03:28:39 PM »
  It was supposed to be Walter Carr's first day of work with a moving company Sunday when his car broke down. But, instead of calling out, he walked through the night to be on time.

Carr's vehicle stopped working the night before his first day with the moving company Bellhops, and he knew he couldn't miss it. So, he decided to walk. Carr began his hike from Homewood, Alabama, to the town of Pelham, Alabama, at midnight. He walked at least 14 miles before police picked him up at 4 a.m., reports CBS affiliate WIAT-TV.

Once police heard his story, they took Carr to breakfast. Then, they gave him a ride the rest of the way to the home of the Lamey family, who he was scheduled to help move that morning.



  http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/good-news/man-walks-for-miles-to-first-day-of-work-ceo-gifts-his-own-car-as-thanks/ar-AAAbhlu?li=BBnb7Kz
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Entertainment / Re: Not everybody in the entertainment biz is a mindless ghoul
« Last post by Pandora on Yesterday at 01:59:28 PM »
 ::kissface::
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