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    Re: The 10'0" high Wall

    Oh, please. Quick review: you suggested, sarcastically, consulting a liberal. I agreed, pointing out that consulting a liberal is probably better than consulting someone who apparently doesn't read...
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    Re: Another disappearing act

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CQ3HFVB88Hk
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    Re: The 10'0" high Wall

    But of course, it's not. The arguments against a wall along the USA's border with Mexico are numerous and easy to find. Why don't you guys ever have anything but fear, hate, and lies to contribute to...
  4. Re: Our Galaxy's Supermassive Black Hole Could Be Pointing a Relativistic Jet Right a

    What are the odds!
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    Re: Bragging rights

    I didn't even know Moose Jaw had a moose, and I've played there a few times. (Pro tip: it's worth the extra bucks to stay at the hotel with the spa, rather than at the Dead Hook... er, Al Capone...
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    Re: The 10'0" high Wall

    You appear to have missed the point. An inability to write properly in what one presumes is your primary language indicates that you don't read much, which in turn means you're likely to be poorly...
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    Re: The 10'0" high Wall

    Oddly enough, the people whose job it is to secure the border don't seem to agree with you.

    Do you have anything to say on the subject of employing people who are not legally entitled to work in...
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    Re: The 10'0" high Wall

    Well, see, that's the problem. Very few Republican politicians, from Turnip on down, want to enforce the laws against hiring undocumented workers. They're too busy making money off them.

    It's...
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    Re: The 10'0" high Wall

    That's probably a better idea than asking someone who doesn't appear to know the difference between "their" and "they're". :rolleyes:
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    Re: The 10'0" high Wall

    I think you misunderstand the situation. The USA's immigration policy is just fine. Its problem is around employment law, which allows many thousands of people to hire undocumented workers who are...
  11. Re: Scientists Discover Fish Thriving in Waters We Thought Were Deadly to Life

    Whoa. That's crazy low.
  12. Re: 60 years ago, I was 12. I remember finding these at the barber shop.

    Well, yes. For some people, the rope is the whole point.
  13. Re: How did you meet your mate? What attracted you to her or him?

    For an interesting take on serial reincarnation of related beings, Kim Stanley Robinson's The Years of Rice and Salt is an outstanding read. Also an interesting alternate history of a world in which...
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    Re: Posting While Intoxicated

    I too am reminded of Shakespeare, but rather the Night Porter from the Scottish play.
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    Re: To all you letter writers

    I may enter. Not on my own behalf, but for a couple of my kids, both of whom will need some degree of care for the rest of their lives.
  16. Re: 60 years ago, I was 12. I remember finding these at the barber shop.

    One of the great illustrators in that genre was from down your way, Tom (and just up the road from where I used to live):
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    Re: Weather Report

    I wish it was warm enough to snow. -31C overnight, -30.3C right now, and the forecast high is only -24C. It's warming up a bit for the next few days, though I see that by Thursday it's back into...
  18. Re: Furries convention: fun, games and sexual expression

    Let the yiffing commence!
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    Re: Lunar Surface Complexity

    I have trouble with that too. I have to deliberately reset the way I'm interpreting pictures like this. It's like the Necker cube.
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    Re: Proud father moment!

    Best kind!
  21. Re: Russia seizes model who made Trump collusion claim

    Dunno, but I'm sure skaraborgcraft can explain. ;)
  22. Thread: I'm Back

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    Re: I'm Back

    Relative youngster at 52. It's really great to see you back here, and thanks for the update on your granddaughter. :)
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    Re: I'm Back

    Hey, how's the granddaughter?
  24. Re: How did you meet your mate? What attracted you to her or him?

    Right?! She is really something.
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    Hormones and personality disorders are a hell of a combo. DAMHIKT.
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    Re: T-shirt for the Bilge Rats

    I have complete confidence in both of you.
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    Re: Trump is confused

    True. I was thinking more of AOC's fine sense of public demonstration.
  28. Re: How did you meet your mate? What attracted you to her or him?

    Oystagirl and I met just after I met my first wife. I know we met playing music, and I'm pretty sure it was at the vegetarian coffee shop, freak hangout, and live music venue she and some friends...
  29. Thread: I'm Back

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    Re: I'm Back

    Huzzah!
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    Re: Trump is confused

    And sometimes, a little theatre doesn't hurt, either!
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    Re: A Question For Sharpiefan

    Gary. That's great to know.

    You may have picked this up, but I'm Courtney. Cheers!
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    Re: More news on scotus . RBG ..

    Still haven't figured out how to determine whether a source is reliable, I see.
  33. Re: Music: May I propose a discussion topic.

    I would suggest that Buddy Holly was at least as influential as either of the two from the OP.
  34. Re: A bit of an eye opener Saturns rings are very young - no more than 100 million y

    Whoa, seriously?! That's really cool!
  35. Re: Opal-Filled Fossils Reveal Timid, Dog-Size Dinosaur That Lived Down Under

    Nick would never partake of such shenanigans. :D
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    Re: For your wonder and enjoyment!

    Thanks - I'll be adding some of those to my wallpaper collection when I get home. Love the shot of the quoll!
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    Re: Message from AUSSIE BARNEY....

    You don't, but depending on your computer savvy, running CCleaner may be easier than manually editing or clearing your cookies.
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    Re: For your wonder and enjoyment!

    Gorgeous photos. Where did you find them?
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    Re: Message from AUSSIE BARNEY....

    Yeah, CCleaner would be a good place to start.
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    Re: Message from AUSSIE BARNEY....

    That kind of thing is often a browser profile problem, which would not be on the WBF end.
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    Re: Message from AUSSIE BARNEY....

    I might be able to, if we can find a time that works. He would need to e-mail me (courtney at flyingorca period net) to get the ball rolling.
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    Re: Sandwiches we love

    Lettuce is funny. It's not got much flavour or nutritional value, but a BLT just wouldn't be the same without the iceberg.

    On the subject of sandwiches, I'm impatiently awaiting the readiness of...
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    Re: Sandwiches we love

    Or falafel and hummus in pita, with salad and pickled turnips, and tahini dressing. Yeah.
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    Re: Sandwiches we love

    Yeah. Tossed with a good BBQ sauce instead of the horseradish is good too, and I might be tempted to use rye toast, but... yeah.
  45. Re: Third Cat in Wyoming Diagnosed with Plague

    Cats aren't a hazard to other wildlife (or, as far as I know, a plague vector) if you keep them indoors... and they live longer, healthier lives, too.
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    Re: Sandwiches we love

    Depends on your sandwich alignment:

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    Re: Rare Spinning Ice Circle in Maine

    I thought I posted this earlier, but there is a similar formation in the centre of Hudson Bay, where land-fast (more or less) ice forms along the shore and the central floe circulates due to coriolis...
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    Re: Sandwiches we love

    Food might well be the best thing about multiculturalism, with music running a very close second.
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    Re: Sandwiches we love

    Yeah. Good banh mi are to die for, but sweet potatoes do nothing for me.
  50. Re: Is Jolly ole England fighting for it's life, liberty and freedom ?

    Well, quite. Nobody is arguing that most Americans aren't ignorant.



    It matters to anyone who cares to be correct on matters of fact. As we have seen over and over and over again, it is nothing...
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