Well all I gotta say is goodbye Adobe, don't let the door hit you in the buttocks on the way out. I and many more will NEVER subscribe. In fact if this goes beyond Adobe I may just be left with a browser and a lot of old software. Maybe it's just tim
Quote:MOTHER'S DAY PARADES?!?!?!?! REALLY?!?!You kind of got off track. When MrB said "From what I gather from the chief is that this happens at these things" he was talking about the second line parades in NOLA that they mentioned in th
Originally Posted By: lanovamiThe download itself is no longer available afaik. The App Store stopped offering it when Mountain Lion came out. The first time they have done such a thing. Many sites confirmed this. I see now, forgot about that. I don
OK... You struck a nerve, now deal with it... Reboot once called me during a tangle for being "UNhippy-like" to which I replied, "Don't ever try to pigeon-hole me!" Now allow me to elaborate: "San Fran Hippy" = all Pe
Super Thanks, What she did was a google, Java and downloaded this (Java.applet.plugin) now the games work. However she was getting pop up warnings each time she lunched the games that says = (something running in Java can corrupt files) ? ? So I cli
Addressing the fact that it was A MOTHER'S DAY PARADE (and per MrB's last admission of being all-up with arming children) given my twisted sensaumma the first thing that leapt to mind was that The Shooter May-Have-Been A KID! now wouldn't that be
Originally Posted By: MrBFrom what I gather from the chief is that this happens at these things. You got drunk crazy doped up bungies getting in each others faces. M <snip> Dave MOTHER'S DAY PARADES?!?!?!?! REALLY?!?! "DOPED UP"?
Well, ebay I would have to pay overseas shipping. But yahoo auction, the equivalent of ebay over there, still wants close to 60 bucks at least. qualifier: I'm a cheapstake when it comes to things like this.
Originally Posted By: Stumpy1Those birds are always crapping all over my car! WHOA! I assumed you were kidding... ...until I saw your LOCATION! HOLY SH!T! ...and I thought I had problems...! Ted took this yesterday morning just outside
Originally Posted By: yoyo52And then there are nutsacks. Far be it from me to make light of the cat's situation... ...BUT... what would have served him better than a Milk Crate would have been to have had 'His Nutz in a Sling'! You know... Some ki
Originally Posted By: DLC I can't totally blame them. I know it should been done more objectively and screen some "left leaning" ones too - to be fair ! From 2012, the first non-profit political target by the IRS was a Democratic one.
Quote:The problem isn't the process of screening applicants for possible ulterior political motives, which law mandates the IRS to do ... the problem is engaging that process with a bias towards groups with a particular point of view ... Well with Ro
Originally Posted By: DLCHeard Chris Hayes last night explain it and it IS a legitimate IRS action. They have to check these groups especially the conservative ones I saw the same segment and they went to some pains to point out that groups trying to
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