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    Re: what about naps

    I'm 67 and I find I nap more in the last 2 years and I sleep less at night to even it out.

    I don't know why, but it works for me!

    In fact, sometime in the next hour I'll take a 20 minute nap...
  2. Thread: Herschel

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    Re: Herschel

    ^ It's a projection, but I hope you are right.
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    Re: Georgia vote. Something I just realized.

    It has nothing to do with Walker and nothing to do with Democratic campaigning. There are a lot of voters out there that will vote for whatever candidate the Republican party puts up and they will...
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    Re: Georgia vote. Something I just realized.

    But let's get down to the really important question: vampire or werewolf?
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    Re: Kirstie Alley R.I.P.

    Colon cancer - it's called a silent killer since it goes undetected until too late.

    Another good reason to get your colonoscopy on schedule. I'm about due for mine.

    We need more blood tests...
  6. Re: Trump organization fraud trial - verdict in

    My understanding is that he has defaulted so many times that the New York banks already won't lend him money. That's why he borrows from German banks and some think Russian banks.
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    Re: Kirstie Alley R.I.P.

    Sometimes I just hate learning things. I hate both parts of that story, but I don't hold it against you for sharing it.



    I didn't really say otherwise. And if we are going to be honest, there...
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    Re: Still more rear window stickers.

    I once saw a bumber sticker back when "Dunkin' Donuts" was a popular sticker. It was distinctively multi-colored.

    The sticker read "Fu**in' Gonuts". You can fill in the blanks. I still laugh...
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    Re: Need a Company Name

    I rather like that!
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    Re: POLITICAL Cartoons.

    ^ Excellent 'toon!
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    Re: Still more rear window stickers.

    I'm trying to be offended by that, but I am forced to agree. :)
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    Re: Kirstie Alley R.I.P.

    Guys, if you are looking to actors for guidance in politics or religion, then you are even dumber than they are.

    She made me laugh. She was fun. She will be missed.
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    Kirstie Alley R.I.P.

    It is so very rare that a lovely woman can make me laugh, most often by poking fun at herself.

    Originally from NBC News:


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    Re: Even cops accidentally kill each other.

    Sounds more like a lover's quarrel covered up by a good story.

    Either way, I read threads like this and the idea that keeps coming to my mind is "Every gun owner is certain they are too smart to...
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    Re: Still more rear window stickers.

    Am I the only one tired of this?

    https://m.media-amazon.com/images/I/61-YWYH2gFL.jpg
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    Re: Need a Company Name

    You could just go the direct root: "Grillwork by Joe"

    Or,

    "Grills by Joe" and then when you come up with something to do with the trunk you can call it "Tails by Tess"?
  17. Thread: Boiled wool

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    Re: Boiled wool

    I had a pair and they were great, but you really need more to stop the wind.
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    Re: Need a Company Name

    Smiles for Miles?

    Dental Work for Drivers?
  19. Thread: Puppers v2.0

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    Re: Puppers v2.0

    They look happy and healthy. I hope they find great homes.
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    Re: will hydrogen be the way forward

    I think that energy consumption, like energy production, will be diverse.
  21. Thread: Ukraine

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    Re: Ukraine

    I have a student (American) with strong Russian heritage who has visited relatives there, studied the language, etc. She is afraid to visit there now and condemns Russian actions. I have not even...
  22. Thread: Ultra

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    Re: Ultra

    Maddow is not a news source. She is an analyst who puts things together with her own viewpoint. She is intended to make you think, but she is not unbiased.
  23. Re: Interesting argument as to whether Chinese courts are fair.

    It's hard not to believe.
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    Re: His tax returns.

    When he fought to keep them private, I assumed it was ego and he wasn't worth as much as he claimed. If they actually show fraud or an exaggerated indebtedness, then it could get very interesting. ...
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    Re: Movies that have held up and those that don't

    There are so many good films listed here that I never want to watch again. With all that's going on in the world, why would I want to watch a film about the mafia, or violent cops, or that sort of...
  26. Re: GA schools in lockdown due to active shooter threats

    ^ Sounds like it should be the law of the land.
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    Re: Stickers on truck windows

    I think you might find that "Don't Tread On Me" is popular among many of the same people.
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    Re: Movies that have held up and those that don't

    I know. I hesitated posting that because it has tarnished my ability to enjoy his films. I enjoy his public face much better.
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    Re: What I get paid for:

    I'll bet that faster would dent the edges of the skins and produce sloppy placements that result in a poorer product. A faster conveyor would probably require a longer oven to heat the glue which...
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    Re: What I get paid for:

    That's very cool and surprisingly calm. Thank you for sharing that.
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    Re: Elmore Leonardís 10 Rules For Novel Writing

    As long as this thread continues to slowly circle the drain...



    I try to always find ways to avoid saying "said". If you describe the scene well enough, I like to have the dialog carry itself....
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    Re: Naval near miss.

    I'm guessing that one ship's captain is looking at retirement now?
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    Re: Movies that have held up and those that don't

    As an actor, I loved him!

    As a human being, he was a real sh1t!

    Read his bio: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0000974/bio

    "Always fiscally and ideologically conservative, he became politically...
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    Re: Modern cars are way too complicated.

    Considering that cars are expected to be all-weather machines, that sounds like very poor design.
  35. Re: GA schools in lockdown due to active shooter threats

    Yes, but the difference is that very few schools actually had bombs. In fact, I can't remember any. School shootings are altogether too real, so the fear in the minds of the students and teachers...
  36. GA schools in lockdown due to active shooter threats

    Something like 6 GA schools received calls of an active shooter. Some of them went into lock down. SWAT was called.

    It was apparently well-organized and some sources say it ran across multiple...
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    Re: Oathkeepers trial - verdict being read now

    Yeah, stupid is an unfortunate catch-all term for my monumental disrespect for the man.

    He handled a firearm carelessly, lost an eye, and almost lost his life. That's the worst kind of macho...
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    Re: Oathkeepers trial - verdict being read now

    It really does have a sexual overtone to it, doesn't it?
  39. Re: Same-Sex Marriage Bill Passes Senate After Bipartisan Breakthrough

    "Apophenia", or patternicity, is characterized by seeing patterns in unrelated things.
  40. Re: Maybe Matt Gaetz isn't out of the woods yet. Greenberg pre-sentencing

    Funny, but no. He is an interchangeable part. They'll just claim he was railroaded, cast him aside, and pick another.
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    Re: extending the sailing season

    :) That's a pleasant summer's day where I live (until that nasty hot weather arrives).
  42. Re: House committee receives Donald Trump's federal tax returns from IRS

    He only promised them 6 or 7 years ago and then jealously and aggressively guarded them.
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    Re: Oathkeepers trial - verdict being read now

    ^ Sickening!
  44. Re: Christine McVie, of Fleetwood Mac, Is Dead at 79

    She wrote more of the band's hits than any of the others.

    This is by far my favorite recording by the band: Everywhere recorded live.

    https://youtu.be/HB9Y2LHIT24
  45. Re: Christine McVie, of Fleetwood Mac, Is Dead at 79

    I just saw this. What awful news!
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    Re: Davide Rebellin dies at 51

    Horrific and pointless.
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    Re: Any truck drivers here?

    I have been wondering the same. With it, ships were left unloaded for weeks and I don't understand that, either.



    You are thinking too hard. Trust me, they aren't.



    I think this is the...
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    Re: Oathkeepers trial - verdict being read now

    The question is "Does that make him more macho, or just more stupid?"

    I vote stupid. He is a walking, talking advertisement for stricter gun control.
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    Re: Really bad Joke of the Day

    Occasionally you read about someone who puts a V8 into a VW bug. Does that count?
  50. Re: Same-Sex Marriage Bill Passes Senate After Bipartisan Breakthrough

    I am both surprised and encouraged.
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