Originally Posted By: bird No...that was just me ...after this info on the sefie and the soldier I thought What will Putin do ? Sick humor on my part..... <snip> I could lie and say it was the truth.... after all it worked for Bush and t
Quote:Bird, was that actually in the article? Truly telling if it was. No...that was just me ...after this info on the sefie and the soldier I thought What will Putin do ? Sick humor on my part.....I was thinking the thought of sending him to
About Bush there's no doubt. He broke the middle east, and it's going to stay broken for a long long long time. There's not much Obama or anyone else could do about that. But in domestic issue after issue, Obama is just so middle of the road that
Originally Posted By: lanovami And once again, I do most of the posting while everyone is asleep and I come back to a slew of posts when I wake up (well a comparative slew for this place). yeah, musicalmarv7 has the same "problem". ...
I was thinking the same thing when I wrote it, and have had similar thoughts before. Heck, I have a list of Obama woes. This has come up with conservative friends. "Here's what I don't like about Obama" I say. "What about Bush?&qu
Quote:They're weird looking, aren't they! Yep! It says they're endangered at Wikipedia. I wonder if they taste any good? Reminds me of the old joke where a guy finds his friend carrying a snowy owl he shot. He asks his buddy, "Hey, don
We have a hummingbird feeder on our patio door. Most of the summer, the hummingbirds have had drinks in relative peace. The only time they didn't come out was when there were crows in the yard. This past week, we've had 1. an invasion of ants 2.
I'm afraid I'm hooked on it. Mostly because it's a period show One of the ongoing plots is that the hospital board appointed an AfricanAmerica as assistant head surgeon. He has spent all of his career so fAr in Europe where he has proven himself and
They didn't mention it in the article but it is very similar to a Clovis point. Several years ago, the Nelson Art Gallery in Kansas City had an exhibit called Two Thousand years of North American Art. There were two gentlemen in suits who were obviou
I don't think that Democrats, "left wing" in a very iffy way, are as automatic supporters of presidents as Republicans are. I worked mighty hard against LBJ, but stayed within the Democratic party because despite Johnson's Vietnam errors,
As for the article, I have mixed feelings. Both sides have a point. It seems to me if the guy wants the job that badly they should make an exception. I assume it's more interesting than a prison guard.
Not that I am a genius or anything but the article reminds me of a few years ago when I was back home and I ran across some old coworkers around my age at the junk mail plant I worked at just after high school for about three years. I asked them what
.. that's what we want! Bzzzt! Not. A man whose bid to become a police officer was rejected after he scored too high on an intelligence test has lost an appeal in his federal lawsuit against the city. The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New Yo
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