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    Re: Are You Ready For Some... Football?

    You coach football? Highschool? That's gotta be fun.

    I have a few kids I've seen in clinic involved in various sports, here. And a few former 'greats', now retired. Interesting bunch of folk.
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    Re: Are You Ready For Some... Football?

    You men. I might point out - not a one of us (including our Alabama contingent) is *currently* 'strapping on a pair' and playing for 'their' teams. Try.... relaxing a bit! Vicarious athletics...
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    Re: Modern cars are way too complicated.

    Darn whippersnappers! :D

    This mob sure sounds.... old.
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    Re: Corvette drifting?

    Well.... not now!
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    Re: Corvette drifting?

    Following precedent, I'd guess. Porsche and others have done it.
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    Re: So I deleted twitter but ......

    Well, you do seem to be progressing.

    So... yeah.. sure!
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    Re: So I deleted twitter but ......

    Darn capitalist! :arg

    Looking good.
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    Re: Why does the the right hate Nancy Pelosi?

    Unworkable, for the economy, to allow a railstrike at this juncture - it would be devastating. Explains President Bidens/Pelosi's stance, and response. However - Ms. Pelosi is shining the spotlight...
  9. Thread: Ukraine

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    Re: Ukraine

    TFG seemingly was very encouraging to Vlad, as well. I expect he didn't anticipate any resistance, from Ukraine or NATO, based on that encouragement.
  10. Thread: Ukraine

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    Re: Ukraine

    Other than offering a fun target to poke, I don't believe any here take Vad or Sandy seriously.
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    Re: Davide Rebellin dies at 51

    Can't read it; it's 'greek', to me!

    Seemingly classified under ironic.
  12. Thread: Ukraine

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    Re: Ukraine

    Damn, LW; throwin' the gauntlet!
  13. Re: Same-Sex Marriage Bill Passes Senate After Bipartisan Breakthrough

    What I found most interesting that a significant number of Reps joined the Democrats in passing this - out of step with most of Red Congress. Apparently very concerned that the corrupted USSC was...
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    Re: oh Herschel, residence issues

    Lives there, now. Ol' Herschel is apparently intent on returning to Texas, *at some point

    *earlier would be better.
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    Re: Testosterone + beer + motorcycles

    The ortho clinic I used to refer to had a large Kawasaki poster - 'Kawasaki lets the good times roll' - in their waiting room.
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    Re: Happy birthday to Lew Barrett…

    Belated HB, Lew.

    BTW.... I was curious about your FB - and noticed first 'response' was from *some woman* who wanted to be your friend..... international. Is this the 'breech' you were talking...
  17. Re: When fishers don't listen to scientists

    maybe. in our area, the local boards, making those determinations, are the area farmers/providers dependent on those farmers. Undoubtedly a corrupted system, conflict of interest.
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    Re: Testosterone + beer + motorcycles

    Yep. I would imagine the 'donor industry' might want to sponsor more rallys. Looks the good business model.
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    Re: Testosterone + beer + motorcycles

    Just for you, Ted. Gosh.
    ...
  20. Re: When fishers don't listen to scientists

    Yep. 'Conservationists, my arse. See it here, in our Ag. With all the intensive crop production/chemicals/fertilizers, plus all the large feedlot operations, the groundwater in Nebraska has areas...
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    Re: Balls - orbital mechanics?

    That was great! Thanks.
  22. Re: Automobile troll: You guys are all about BMW, Porsche, Corvette, etc.

    Came across a Cadillac, I believe a CT5, that had been 'massaged' a bit - loud exhaust, fast. I was trying to 'get ahead of traffic' in my wife's X3 - all the encouragement he needed. As he blew...
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    Re: Paul Top This

    I'd still like a law - nationally - that you were required to carry liability insurance, if a gun owner. Responsible if anyone else uses your gun in commission of a crime. Suspect folks would be...
  24. Thread: top this

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    Re: top this

    Yes. And undoubtedly calculated to excite the masses.
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    Re: Michael Mason's newest boat

    Just curious - is this a one-off, or will they build several (a fleet) based on this?
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    Re: holy effing ****

    Over the years, a couple of pt's offered to 'take me up' in their small planes. I declined after learning both had previously 'had incidents'.

    Love flying in a small plane - but careful who you...
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    Re: Paul Top This

    Well.... RWW's, of course.

    Gosh.
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    Re: Michael Mason's newest boat

    That's phenomenal, mmd; congrats.
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    Re: Drone AI warfare is the future

    so.... what are we looking at, Ted?
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    Re: What Are You Doing for T-Day?

    That looks really good. Now I'm hungry again!
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    Re: What Are You Doing for T-Day?

    Sounds like the way to do it, Rich.

    We're hosting - kids, grandkids; turkey and all the traditional sides. Pies; might even have a slice, myself. Sit, drink coffee, catch up.

    Our built-in...
  32. Re: 8 Breakthroughs in Diabetes Research That Are Giving Us Hope

    It's more 'not used to compliant pts', IMO. American diet is poor, and easy access to everything that's wrong. Occassionally will encounter that really motivated, strong-willed pt. Rather like...
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    Re: the sharpest blade you ever sharpened

    For fun. Rather like hitting a golf ball 'perfectly', or a baseball.
  34. Re: Masks: An informal unscientific survey.

    Not here; our booster rates are less than half that.

    It's been a treat.
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    Re: Trump is Toast

    Of late, I get the impression the voters are waking up a bit, repudiating the weaponized USSC and Republicans. Not so sure those folks won't have some blowback, if McCarthy et al go down that road. ...
  36. Re: Masks: An informal unscientific survey.

    Sometimes. Esp if you're vaxxed/boosted. Of course, there's 'a spectrum' - YMMV.
  37. Thread: Ukraine

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    Re: Ukraine

    Yep. I do believe most everyone here has identified the culprit. But can't ignore, anymore than not picking at a scab.

    It's gonna scar, I tell ya! :p
  38. Thread: Ukraine

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    Re: Ukraine

    Trolling?

    Well.... *somebody* is.
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    Re: all things World Cup 2022 thread

    Lots of controversy, with how Qatar manipulated the bid. Not sure that's a bad thing - likely more 'press' as a result.

    The importance 'we' put on athletics, though.... wow. And the psychology...
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    Re: some motorbikes. . .

    Nice! Very nice!
  41. Re: Masks: An informal unscientific survey.

    My wife and I are 'sick' now - URI's, likely RSV. My voice has dropped an octave or so - 'Barry White'. I can sing parts now never before possible. Not well, understand. I'm no TomF! :p
  42. Re: What were your favorite cars from your younger days

    Favorite cars? air-cooled 911's (couldn't afford); 914 (that was fun - but my sisters). mid-60's vettes - couldn't afford.

    That I had? '66 chevelle and '67 camaro. But likely had the most fun...
  43. Re: Masks: An informal unscientific survey.

    Yup. Same here - virtually no mask use around town, we still 'request' use in clinic. AFA I know, I've not contracted it since August - but I'm exposed every day. Wear an N95; usual precautions. ...
  44. Re: Irony is beyond the ken of House Republicans

    Wonder if Kev could qualify, either. Yeah - he's a lying pos.
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    Re: all things World Cup 2022 thread

    Reading the back story to how Qatar (how you boys pronounce that?) 'bought' the rights.... it's all that's wrong with the sport, at this point.
  46. Thread: Herschel

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    Re: Herschel

    I imagine not having that 'third party' siphoning votes might have an effect, as well. And the control is no longer in doubt. It'll be interesting if it's close, or a blow-out.
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    Re: Are You Ready For Some... Football?

    Hehehe..... that was... too easy! :p
  48. Thread: Herschel

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    Re: Herschel

    why ?

    I thought she ran about neck and neck in the governors race.
  49. Re: Trump may be toast- but who invented the toaster?

    That was a great lil' read - thanks!
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    Re: A Tale Of Two Tweets

    Easy. They don't really 'mean' one of the two positions they espouse.
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