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  1. Sounds just like your boy Trump. Say something you think means something, only to realize it doesn't mean dick. The weather in Hawaii is the same... every day, it's the same. The weather on Mt. Everest changes every 5 minutes.
  2. Obama kills...

    Wait... take out W. or the Taliban guy? W's no longer a threat to anyone and Taliban dude has only been in charge for a year.
  3. Probably Good

    Still haven't answered the question. Or any of them, as a matter of fact. True to your idiocy, "I'll just call him stupid, that'll show him...." Again, what time period?
  4. Probably Good

    Good non-answer..... And you'd call it what, a history text?
  5. Probably Good

    What "time period?" It was, after all, a novel written by many people who some claim lived as recently as 5,000 years ago and others claim 2,000 years and others a few million..... so.....
  6. Probably Good

    So, tell me your initial impressions, based on looks of course, of the fictional character Jesus. You know, long hair, sandals, robes, doesn't talk much... looks like a 1960's hippie...
  7. What is Classic Rock?

    Saw Don Felder (Eagles guitarist from 1974-2001) and his band, Kansas and Styx Wednesday night in Cary. Of course, Felder did all the Eagles songs he wrote all or part of, and Tommy Shaw joined him onstage to do Hotel California. Not a big Kansas fan, so we went and got some food from one of the food trucks around the Booth. Styx was as tight as I've ever seen them, and I've seen them live probably 15 times. Good show.... Next up- Joe Walsh opens for Bad Company in Charlotte
  8. Might be Jobless

    I have a friend who lives out Brawley School near Trump National at Lake Norman and works in Ballantyne... fortunately only has to be in the office Tue-Thu... but still spends the better part of 4-5 hours a day in commute mode. Fug that.
  9. John Miller

    I happen to believe Hillary is closer to being a true Republican based upon her historical platform than Trump, who really has no platform because he's probably just as, and maybe even more, wishy-washy than Hillary. That being said, there is absolutely no chance I will ever change my opinion of Trump nor would I vote for him in a single-person race. I think the guy is a whiny little bitchy fifth-grader who throws temper tantrums and has no real debating or speaking skills beyond insulting people and just being an annoyingly offensive person. And I agree with Twylyght... and more to the point, I'd be more than happy to kick his fugging ass all over the street just because he always looks so damn punchable. In the end, I feel like I have little choice but to vote for the person who will keep Trump out of office. And I voted for John Anderson in 1980.
  10. credit card problem

    Happened to me a couple months back. I didn't get the phone call from the bank because I was declined trying to get gas at 2 stations before I realized it was the card and not the pump. Called the bank and they asked if I'd been in Florida that morning.... Anyway, no worries, but having to wait a couple weeks for the new card is just a pain in the ass when I'm not used to carrying any cash.
  11. Panama \m/

    So, does that mean off-shore accounts and hidden overseas accounts and financial safe-havens are okay as long as you're working in an "admirable" profession or people have a generally favorable impression of you? It's okay for Emma Watson or me or someone else who actually works for a living, but it's not okay for the rich and powerful?
  12. Or better yet, everyone who is anti-abortion puts their name on a list and has to adopt a child dropped on a doorstep, in a dumpster or back alley somewhere.
  13. Got a relationship question...

  14. Got a relationship question...

    This was not a relationship as much as it was a mutual business partnership. I'm glad for you that it's over and I'm also glad you're going to take some time and get your head straight before jumping back into the pool. Look, if you believe in yourself, have confidence in and are genuinely happy with yourself, nothing else matters. Because when you're happy and spending time with someone you enjoy, nobody is thinking about money and any-fugging-thing else except enjoying the experience.
  15. Trump vs. Hillary

    Which brings up an interesting point. Do those who choose not to "live by the rules" simply enticed because of their confidence in non-prosecution? Or, does has the ruling class (the party in power) simply provided safe haven carte blanche? I mean, for obvious reasons I use my own experience as an example. I'm white, very successful, hold a pretty influential position and I'm retired military. Do I feel like I would be treated much differently than most people should I happen to cross the law at some point? Absolutely. I have the money to provide for a legal defense most could not afford. I'm pretty well-known and have some clout in the community. But does that give me reason to decide when I will and won't "live by the rules?" No fugging way. Just because I could probably get away with it doesn't mean I'll even try. But, in my opinion, that's the difference between most of us and them- if they think they can get away with it, they'll likely try. To succeed in politics or on the fringes of politics, you must sacrifice your integrity, your word and your conscience.