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    Re: Griner released from Russian gulag.

    Hehehe.... Oops!, bluedog?

    If you're gonna wave the flag in your trolling, best check the facts.
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    Re: Griner released from Russian gulag.

    No, woody. Already been trolled and answered. Maybe go back, actually read the thread first.

    Gosh. Lazy.
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    Re: what about naps

    Hehehe... so.... how's that work? :p

    My FIL was a workaholic - but at noon, he'd be home for lunch with his wife, and afterwards, would lay down on the hardwood floor, no pillow, and 'nap' for...
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    Re: Logic test!

    Oh, I dunno... I'm seeing complete agreement!
  5. Thread: Ukraine

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    Re: Ukraine

    It could - but only if everyone resists troll efforts at diversion. It's *almost* as if that's their aim.
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    Re: Griner released from Russian gulag.

    So, Kevin - 'bad deal'?

    Presumably, you'd have kept him in prison, and left Griner to her gulag?
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    Re: Ukraine

    Tom, ya thought ya had an allie, a like-minded friend. I don't believe Sandy does 'friend'.
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    Re: Germany arrests

    There's a certain overlap (maybe near perfect) of our Nazi's, and Confederates. Similar aims? Or just similar mind sets?
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    Re: Griner released from Russian gulag.

    Humor is dead here. Gosh.
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    Re: Griner released from Russian gulag.

    :arg:p
  11. Thread: Ukraine

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    Re: Ukraine

    No. No. That's not it.

    Try again. Or don't. That might be better!
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    Re: Griner released from Russian gulag.

    Good point - because, and we all know it - nothing like this has ever happened before! Damn! Precedent! (WTH is that damn sarcasm emoji? )



    Oh, Ted - for want of punctuation!

    'Let's eat...
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    Re: Griner released from Russian gulag.

    One question: Why were serial killers doing your job?
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    Re: Ukraine

    Time for roll-call!

    Vlad? You here?

    Sandy?

    Buehler? :d
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    Re: Logic test!

    Can you show your work, PM? :p

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u-5k1OQs8PQ
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    Re: Griner released from Russian gulag.

    No - just some of our individuals, helped along by our trolls.

    Perspective, man! :d
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    Re: Griner released from Russian gulag.

    Ahhhhh... there we go! And right on cue! :p
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    Re: Griner released from Russian gulag.

    Tools, ya say? :p
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    Re: Griner released from Russian gulag.

    as pointed out,ted, Whelan was not an option. Griner was. You would have preferred she simply be left in prison, no one released? as also pointed out, this "merchant of death "was 1 of many arms...
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    Re: Griner released from Russian gulag.

    Yeah. That little bit about Putin not being interested in trading Whelan... that seemingly gets ignored. Repeatedly. Almost as if it's... purposeful.
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    Re: Griner released from Russian gulag.

    When was that, Al?

    And fwiw - no, I don't believe that would happen - if it ever did.
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    Re: Ted Cruz's daughter

    It would be damn hard growing up in a family like Teds.
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    Re: Ukraine

    Sometimes. Not everyone see's things the same, right? And not everyone is honest. It's a gray scale.
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    Re: Ukraine

    Perhaps. But no doubt, 'reading more into it' is a common ploy, one allowing the instigator to direct the discussion along their own agenda.
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    Re: The current excitement in China

    Gdot, did you play basketball?
  26. Thread: Herschel

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    Re: Herschel

    I can see that. And no doubt we're not getting 'best/brightest/most ethical' running for office, in most instances. Politics is an awful lot like making sausage.
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    Re: POLITICAL Memes

    Nice deflection/avoidance, but - no. We've watched the 'protest vote' lose, and screw up elections, forever. You, in your purity, may not like it - but protesting, and allowing the worst possible...
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    Re: Canada, eh?

    With GW, winters here are remarkably warmer. I'm a bit ambivalent; on the one hand, 'more comfortable'. On the other - I know the cost.
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    Re: Ukraine

    Remarkable; our very own russian apologist appears to have alienated every other Bilge rat on this thread.

    Use those 'powers' responsibly! :p
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    Re: Winter tires question

    My sisters Porsche 914 - 1.8L. Drove out to a ski resort in SD black hills - and there was a steep drive up to the parking lot of the lodge. A line of pickups and jeeps ahead of us, couldn't make...
  31. Thread: Herschel

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    Re: Herschel

    Erm.... no.

    Here's a thought - you write what you mean, but stop trying to put words into others mouths.
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    Re: Germany arrests

    Needs a thread, PP.
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    Re: Winter tires question

    I did the same - though on my Subie, they're noisier than I had hoped. But it's a reasonable trade-off.
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    Re: To some degree, I was conceived…

    My dads battleship was supposed to be at Pearl, but got 'bumped', another docked instead. Rather seriously influenced my course.
  35. Thread: Herschel

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    Re: Herschel

    Curious, Figment - you consider Warnock a 'weak, failed' candidate? If so - your preference?

    There seems (to me) to be a movement, at least in these parts, for the Democrats to move more...
  36. Re: “This is God’s country. I don’t have a clue.”

    They had dozens of armed nutjobs protesting the drag show, so yeah - high likelihood it's connected. Despite ol' Al's protestations.

    Embrace your bigotry, Al. Don't be shy!
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    Re: Alex Jones' bad day

    I'd guess he's one OR 'poke' away from just that.
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    Re: Ukraine

    article yesterday talked about evidence of the Russians are still able to manufacture missiles. Either have another supplier of chips, or have a big stockpile.
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    Re: POLITICAL Memes

    Yeah, cute meme - the problem being, if faced with two choices, one the lesser - but 'on principle' you vote for neither - you end up with the 'greater' evil.
  40. Re: Georgia Election Denier Discovers Actual Voter Fraud

    It's the trumpist 'tell' - they are doing what they accuse Democrats of (and which they are not). Want to know what their next move is? They'll tell ya.
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    Re: Alex Jones' bad day

    Not sure how I got dragged into this - but FTR - you post to your lil' hearts content, LW!

    I got yer back.
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    Re: BROTM (3) Abri.

    Yeah, I liked this, as well. IME - 'managers' are more interested in directing others, not so much hearing feedback.

    Like the OP.
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    Incredibly discouraging when LE - those who should have the most training - break rule #1. So stupid.
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    Re: will hydrogen be the way forward

    interesting concern. Obviously, 'ocean-based' water vapor has been around... functionally, 'forever' - but undoubtedly has changed over millenia, likely influenced by global temps. What effect does...
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    Re: Ukraine

    Maybe all those criticisms/complaints levied by HR and Sandy are... just fluffing the sheets; immaterial, intended only to distract/derail. Wouldn't that be something?
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    Re: Are You Ready For Some... Football?

    CFP and bowl selections: Winners and losers from college football’s biggest day Flaws in the system itself were on display this weekend.
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    Re: Ukraine

    It was. Until *somebody* allowed our trolls to derail it.

    Credit, where due.
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    Re: Boiled wool

    Ran across this; I did not know!

    https://nznaturalclothingshop.co.nz/our-blog/why-do-woolen-clothes-shrink/

    here are the steps to fix it:

    1. Fill your sink or...
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    Re: Ukraine

    :arg:p
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    Re: Ukraine

    Can't you, now? And as well-read as you and sandy claim to be.

    Surprising, isn't it? :p

    *We need a lil' Ruskie troll emoji.....
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