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Sunday, December 23, 2012

(Don't call me) Mrs. Christmas

My heart is broken within me; 
all my bones tremble.


305 comments:

  1. What a beautiful card!

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  2. BulgarWheat8:53 AM

    I was just noticing that. It was a different time and a different place.

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  3. We are hearing reports of a Weather Emergency in the Seattle area.


    Rain!

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  4. BulgarWheat9:30 AM

    hello, hayseed

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  5. BulgarWheat9:30 AM

    Si!

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  6. If someone you know is a concealed carry nut and carries a gun, mock them. Mercilessly. Tell them what an idiot they are. Tell them you do not trust their judgement. Yes, I know, they are carrying a gun. If the gun comes out there are actually laws to deal with that. And that would be a good thing. They are not going to shoot you. They don't really want to shoot anybody. I don't know what they think they might do but killing their family and friends isn't what they think is going to happen. The only way to make these fools understand how far out of the mainstream they are to is to point it out to them. Constantly. 'Uncle Fred, are ya packing heat? Gosh, good thing, that tree over there looks mighty onery.' They are nothing to be feared. Mock them. Make carrying a gun as feel as stupid as it is. I swear to god next summer I am hiking with bear claw gloves so when I run into an idiot with a sidearm on a trail I can say 'grrrrrrr' and make a move right in their face. I am so sick of guns!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  7. Americans should respond to the NRA’s arguments with: “The thing that stops the NRA with its pretzel logic is a citizen with good logic.”

    The Declaration of Independence, supported by the US Constitution states: “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”

    While all US citizens believe and support these decelerations to be universal and true the NRA responds by stating that there are “exceptions" for those who carry and own arms.

    To counter the NRA’s arguments, it must be recognized that those armed with guns make an uneven playing field and violate the Right to “equality”:

    Those with guns = Power and violence over those who do not have guns !!!

    While gun ownership is supported by the Second Amendment:

    Those with guns = A violation of the Rights to “Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness” for those who do not have guns !!!

    It is time that the scourge of violence and guns stop.

    Let's hope saner minds prevail and that the Second Amendment is repealed.

    A new legislation should be called: “The Innocents’ Law.”

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  8. BulgarWheat9:53 AM

    these people really aren't familiar with the concept of critical thought. it's a lost art in the western world.

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  9. Funny, but here in Arizona where anyone can openly carry a firearm on one's hip and where the law was recently changed so that anyone can carry a concealed weapon I have not noticed any carnage as a result of people carrying concealed weapons - not what should be expected from a "scourge." And where are the statistics to show how dangerous it is to allow concealed weapons? I note that almost every state that allows concealed carry requires training, background checks, fingerprints, demonstration of firearms proficiency etc. to ensure that those who carry concealed weapons are qualified, trained and responsible.

    If it is such a "burning issue", then why have gun laws been largely liberalized in most states over the past 10-15 years? Why did the assault weapons ban expire without so much as a whimper?

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  10. Are you one of those "Gun Nutz"??

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  11. These people are really pissing me off!

    http://www.nytimes.com/2012/12/23/opinion/sunday/the-scourge-of-concealed-weapons.html?ref=opinion&_r=1&

    The Scourge of Concealed Weapons

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  12. Skip you'll make a great no gun nutz victim///

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  13. Posted on | December 23, 2012 |

    The Constitution doesn’t guarantee you the right to be sexy:

    The Iowa Supreme Court ruled [Friday] that employers can fire employees towards whom they have an “irresistible attraction,” irrespective of the latter’s workplace conduct.
    The 7-0 decision, handed down by the all-male court, came about as a result of a lawsuit filed by married dental assistant Melissa Nelson, 32, against her boss of ten years, Dr. James Knight, D.D.S., alleging gender discrimination.
    She claimed Knight fired her at the behest of his wife, who became jealous of their out-of-office relationship, which included the exchange of personal, yet innocuous texts.
    Knight readily admits that he fired Nelson, whom he said was the best dental assistant he’d ever had, after consulting with his pastor, because he found her tight-fitting clothes distracting and he felt his marriage was in jeopardy.

    Neighboring states may need FEMA to help them cope with the expected influx of irresistibly hot refugees in tight skirts and low-cut tops.


    Iowa Supreme Court to Men: You Can’t Be Expected to Control Yourselves

    That’s one takeaway, from the recent case of Nelson v. James H. Knight DDS, P.C. et al. declaring that a woman could be fired for being an “irresistible attraction.” Of course this grabs headlines for all kinds of reasons, namely because Rule 5 applies to respectable news organizations, too.

    And of course for the sake of evidence—and not for those Rule 5 purposes, of course—let’s put up a picture of the plaintiff, Melissa Nelson, here:

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  14. http://allergic2bull.blogspot.com/2012/12/iowa-supreme-court-to-men-you-cant-be.html

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  15. BulgarWheat10:14 AM

    Gun Nut? Shit, I was taking guns to school when I was in third grade. We'd poach muskrats on the way home from school. $35 a pelt is big money to a 3rd grader. GovCo spent a lot of time and money to teach me how to break things and kill people, yet as a civilian, I've only had to deploy a side arm in self-defense twice in nearly 30 years. Thankfully I did not have to shoot anyone.

    I'm not giving up that option. GOD forbid, but I retain that right to protect myself, my friends, and my family.

    The discussion is over.

    Res Firma Mitescere Nescit


    how is it that only "gun nutz", lawyers, priests, and doctors speak latin anymore?

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  16. Yes of course....youse a dangerous gunslinger!

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  17. Zachary Rogers, 26, was working late one night at the 21st Amendment liquor store. It was just past midnight when an armed man wearing a ski mask entered the store and forced Rogers and another store employee, Alicia Grabarczyk, 25, down a hallway toward an office where the safe was kept. With a concealed handgun in his front pocket, Rogers chose his moment of opportunity carefully. In one quick motion, Rogers pushed Grabarczyk to the floor and fired at the armed robber. He then helped Grabarczyk into the office and out of the line of fire. Although the burglar had been struck, Rogers saw him raise his firearm. Rogers fired three more rounds at the gunman which proved fatal. Neither Rogers nor Grabarczyk were harmed. (Indianapolis Star, Indianapolis, IN, 10/11/12)


    While at home with his wife and daughter, a homeowner prepared to go outside to investigate a sudden power outage. His wife asked him to carry his firearm with him as a precaution. As he opened the front door to step outside, three men charged him in an attempt to gain entry. The homeowner pushed his wife aside as he fell backward and fired at the intruders. His daughter, a student in her early 20s, hid in another room and called police. One of the three home invaders suffered multiple gunshot wounds and was listed in serious condition. The remaining two suspects managed to escape. The homeowner and his family were not seriously injured. (Sun Sentinel, Miramar, FL, 10/2/12)


    Kendra St. Clair, a 12-year-old at home alone one day during her fall break, called her mother at work to say there was a man repeatedly ringing the doorbell and banging on the door. When no one answered the door, she said he disappeared. St. Clair’s mother instructed her daughter to get her .40-cal. Glock pistol and go into a bathroom closet. St. Clair heard him break in through the back door. As the man made his way through her home, 911 dispatchers kept St. Clair on the phone. He was inside the home for approximately six minutes before he made his way to the bathroom where St. Clair was hiding. When she saw the door knob begin to turn, she fired the gun. The 32-year-old intruder was taken into custody after being treated for a gunshot to the chest. (The Oklahoman, Durant, OK, 10/20/12)

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  18. ΜΟΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ ( Molon Labe )

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  19. We Liberals speaketh the Greco

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  20. If the Media and Politicians had their way... this young girl would be dead.

    http://www1.whdh.com/news/articles/must-see/12008837633054/12-year-old-shoots-intruder-with-mom-s-gun/


    Why do the Liberal Gun Grabbers want our children dead?

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  21. (These same gun grabbers support genocide against Christians in the Middle-East & Africa, and world-wide eugenics policies) Fuck 'em

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  22. BulgarWheat10:41 AM

    the poster child for shootin.

    30 rounds. 30 hits. if I'm stationary, I do not miss.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eIRY6ioei4w&feature=player_embedded

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  23. That is so frightening that I am gonna' join Code Pink... as soon as I change these trousers I just pissed!

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  24. Uh...er, "Victim" does not quite describe me.

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  25. WALMART Gives Food Stamp Applications to New Employees, Americans subsidize wages, its like a hidden tax on all of us

    http://youtu.be/smyXCepVb-I

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  26. In the real world, those places where people tend to congregate are typically gun free zones, and exactly where crazy people bent upon committing mass murder before suicide target. More often, college campuses, churches, state parks, malls, bars, restaurants, movie theaters, and so many other places are off limits for those with concealed carry permits, either through state restrictions, federal restrictions, or business restrictions. In North Carolina, the restrictions are:

    Any location prohibited by federal law.

    A law enforcement of correctional facility.

    A building housing only state, federal or government offices.

    A financial institution.

    Any public or private school building or bus, campus, grounds, recreation area, athletic fields or other property used or owned by an educational institution.

    Any assembly where a fee had been charged for admission or where alcoholic beverages are sold and consumed.

    Any other premises where notice that carrying a concealed handgun is prohibited by the posting of a conspicuous notice or statement by the person in legal possession or control of the premises.

    It shall be unlawful for any person participating in, affiliated with, or present as a spectator at any parade, funeral procession, picket line, or demonstration upon any public place owned or under the control of the state or any of its political subdivisions to willfully or intentionally possess or have immediate access to any firearm.

    It is further against the law to carry while under the effects of alcohol or drugs, except in cases of certain legally obtained drugs (like flu medicine) as long as the drugs do not cause impairment. Most States’ concealed carry laws are similar. And where do most of these mass killings tend to occur? In places where there are lots of gazelles. Or, perhaps we should say where there are lots of sheep, and sheep dogs are not allowed.

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  27. Shalom dudes. I tried sleeping all day but it didn't work.

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  28. if she's irresistible the guy has a problem

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  29. Love them burnt sugar pumpkin squares.... now run to the shelter....Weather emergency!

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  30. Egypt constitutional vote: 'Things are definitely worse than under the old regime'

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/africaandindianocean/egypt/9762805/Egypt-constitutional-vote-Things-are-definitely-worse-than-under-the-old-regime.html

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  31. "This is the Tacoma police...open the door"

    When a homeowner heard noises coming from the first floor of his home, he called out. One of two intruders reportedly identified himself as a police officer so the resident descended the stairs to investigate. One man hurled a hatchet at the homeowner, but missed. The resident fought back and fired a shotgun striking one of the intruders. Both men fled upon hearing the gunshot. The wounded suspect was later arrested when he sought medical treatment. (Kitsap Sun, Tacoma, WA, 6/28/12)

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  32. yeah better hide! it might rain today!

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  33. ah the peaceful sounds of Tacoma! oy what a place...

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  34. President Barack Obama used the funeral for Hawaii senator Daniel Inouye to talk about himself. In the short 1,600 word speech, Obama used the word "my" 21 times, "me" 12 times, and "I" 30 times.

    http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/obama-uses-funeral-service-talk-about-himself_690960.html

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  35. Feel good story of the day.

    Prince Harry Kills Top Taliban Commander…

    (The Sun) — PRINCE Harry has killed his first Taliban commander, The Sun can reveal.

    The 28-year-old gunship co-pilot was called on to unleash a missile strike to eliminate a senior terror leader.

    Harry has proved a massive hit with comrades in Helmand, Afghanistan, who have nicknamed him Big H.

    A defence insider said: “Big H is a legend.

    “We were on patrol and the Apache helicopters were called in. We heard this posh voice come over the radio and knew it was Big H. They were tracking a Taliban leader — he was commander level.

    “The Apache then let off some Hellfire missiles and its 30mm cannon and ‘boom’. It was Big H all the way.”

    The Sun understands the decisive strike occurred in late October during a partnered patrol with Afghan troops hunting the Taliban chief.

    Gunship co-pilot Harry is on tour in Helmand and has been flying daily combat missions helping “troops in contact” — the code given when ground forces are engaged by enemy fighters.

    Keep reading… http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/4711647/prince-harry-kills-first-taliban-chief.html?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

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  36. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p8RDWltHxRc

    Watch what happens when Guns are banned in Australia

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  37. When 14-year-old Brady went to the kitchen for a glass of water late one night, he heard voices. Brady said, “I walked to the edge of the stairs and I [heard] them talking. I didn’t recognize their voices and I went back to my room and got my 12-gauge shotgun. I loaded it.” The boy confronted the men. The intruders had their own firearms pointed at Brady, but fled upon seeing his shotgun pointed back at them. (FOX16, Little Rock, AR, 4/30/12)


    The Media & Politicians want this boy dead

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  38. the pictures of destruction will make youse crazy

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  39. After a 25-year ban, California sea otters are now free to float along the entire coast without being captured and hauled back to Northern California.

    The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service ended its “Southern Sea Otter Translocation Program” on Tuesday, Dec. 18, which forbid otters from paddling south of Point Conception — where the Santa Barbara Channel meets the Pacific Ocean — to the Mexican border.

    The "No-Otter" Zone was established in 1987 as a way to manage dwindling otter populations. The adorable-faced marine mammal once numbered 16,000-strong until they were hunted to near extinction, mostly for fur, at the beginning of the 20th century.

    Out of fear that an environmental disaster, like an oil spill, might wipe out what was left of the mainland population, 140 otters were moved to California's San Nicolas Island in hopes of building a backup population. An otter-free zone was also set up as a concession to commercial fisherman who bemoaned the animal's impact on shellfish stocks (otters really like to eat sea urchin, crab, clams, mussels and sails).


    Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/no-otter-zone-ended-in-california-2012-12#ixzz2FtiSPW00

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  40. A large number of marble headstones from a Jewish cemetery destroyed during the Nazi occupation of the Thessaloniki in World War II have been found. Greek police recovered 668 fragments after finding them buried in a plot of land in the center of the city. This is a find of major significance as the authorities have been searching since the end of the war for the remains of Jewish gravestones desecrated, broken and scattered by the Nazis and their local supporters.

    http://www.thehistoryblog.com/archives/22326

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  41. i go deal with my patients...will check in later. GOD bless you characters

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  42. Oh thank goodness that the badness has relented for awhile!


    I love those critters.......... they remind me of weasels!

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  43. pbird2:26 PM

    truly adorable little peeples

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  44. pbird2:30 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ny3K8Dqth1M

    The Heart of Saturday Night
    ya never know what will cheer

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  45. BabbaZee2:39 PM

    phase one done

    ten million balls rolled in 4 hours

    now they get fried

    then they get dipped

    then they get sprinkled

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  46. pbird2:40 PM

    holy shiite Babba.....you're Wonder Girl

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  47. pbird2:47 PM

    being Italian is too much work!!! lol

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  48. pbird2:49 PM

    never did find em....

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  49. pbird2:52 PM

    knit a world

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  50. Some gift suggestions from the pre-post-amerikano era

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  51. And fuck everyone else!

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  52. A Not so Merry Christmas for Middle Eastern Christians

    BEIRUT — With Christmas just days away, 40-year-old Mira begged her parents to flee their hometown of Aleppo, which has become a main battleground in Syria's civil war.

    Her parents have refused to join her in Lebanon, but they are taking one simple precaution inside their besieged city. For the first time, Mira says, her parents will not put up a Christmas tree this year for fear that their religion might make them a target.

    "They want to stay to guard the property so nobody takes it," said Mira, who spoke to The Associated Press in Lebanon on condition that only her first name be published, out of concern for her family.

    "They cannot celebrate Christmas properly. It's not safe. They are in a Christian area, but they don't feel secure to put a tree, even inside their apartment," Mira said.

    Christians, who make up about 10 percent of Syria's population of more than 22 million, say they are particularly vulnerable to the violence that has been sweeping the country since March 2011. They are fearful that Syria will become another Iraq, with Christians caught in the crossfire between rival Islamic groups.

    http://news.msn.com/world/syrian-christians-fear-bleak-future-after-assad

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  53. BulgarWheat5:42 PM

    our tax dollars hard at work,...making the world safe for islam

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  54. Ahh chased everyone away from Babba....I apologise!

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  55. BabbaZee5:50 PM

    done


    now I clean up and make dinner

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  56. BulgarWheat5:51 PM

    work work work

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  57. pbird5:57 PM

    http://www.mammas-italian-recipes.com/italian-braised-beef.html

    thinkin about trying this here recipe in honor of Italian cooks everywhere

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  58. pbird5:58 PM

    holy cow

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  59. BulgarWheat6:17 PM

    that sounds absolutely delicious on a cold, winters eve.

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  60. pbird6:21 PM

    mhm, bet I could make it with a whacked up brisket....which is what i have

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  61. For the tejanos

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r9KVuLRRnUI

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  62. And this for the Beaners!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZnvKW7_eXuk

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  63. An' for Professor Q'd Burnski-

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RDQ-Z19zgzw

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  64. BulgarWheat6:40 PM

    impressive.


    that's how Saint Keef tunes his guitar on many of the Stones tunes.

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  65. Yeah but keef....uh, ain't quite as pretty

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  66. BulgarWheat7:06 PM

    just had a call with the boy. using something called "facetime" on hooplephone. got to see the family and talk to them.

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  67. BulgarWheat7:10 PM

    naw, Keef always got on with his charming personality.

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  68. can't make this chit up......
    Mike Scaccia, the guitarist for Ministry and Rigor Mortis, died on Saturday night at the age of 47.
    http://music.msn.com/music/article.aspx?news=781755&ocid=ansent11

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  69. pbird8:11 PM

    On the road. Taking sick daughter home in case she is able to work tomorrow. Lunatics on the road. Cold rain. But we will pull through.

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  70. ChicagoBlue8:11 PM

    Wow! I'm impressed, that's an amazing batch of goodness.


    I can almost taste them.

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  71. ChicagoBlue8:12 PM

    Awwww, be safe, Birdy

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  72. pbird8:14 PM

    Thanks Blue!

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  73. BulgarWheat8:31 PM

    never heard of either band, but that's too damned young. may he rest in peace

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  74. BulgarWheat8:37 PM

    They've had Lord of the Rings on all day. The classic story of good over coming evil. I'll take a couple trips down to the garage perhaps and find something to snack on and watch the last movie.

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  75. pbird9:56 PM

    back alive....freeway nutz by the malls, wtf?

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  76. NYPD Exploring Ways To Search Online For ‘Deranged’ Gunmen
    http://newyork.cbslocal.com/2012/12/21/nypd-exploring-online-search-for-deranged-gunmen/

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  77. Grammy Cracker10:09 PM

    Just peeking in...

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  78. Howdy! WUzzup?

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  79. I loves that raven.

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  80. BulgarWheat10:27 PM

    how are they going to determine what a deranged gunman is? someone who actually owns a gun and is well trained in using it?


    When they get to define what that is they have only created yet another backdoor in to legislating and outlawing lawful gun owners their second amendment rights.


    No! They may not have our firearms. It has nothing to do with being a sportsman or a hunter either. It has everything to do with liberty.

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  81. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FSUu62QNPwg&list=PL3503F621BED9B966

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  82. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JyKpHiLTLbw&list=PL3503F621BED9B966

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  83. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9OwjnzJyVVI

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  84. Mayan temple damaged in tourist 'apocalypse' frenzy

    http://www.france24.com/en/20121223-mayan-temple-damaged-tourist-apocalypse-frenzy

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  85. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BLKiMbC6s2k

    heh

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  86. pbird1:08 AM

    you guys probably think its after one am huh?

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  87. Grammy Cracker1:22 AM

    I knewd that you would.

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  88. Grammy Cracker1:27 AM

    Yup. And I should be in bed. Alas, I am not. Soon, though. Very soon.


    One of the dogs ran off tonight just as I was preparing to serve dinner. Two hours later, after I had walked every inch of our property looking for her, walked up and down the road looking for her and we drove two square miles around the house looking for her, we came home prepared to go out on the four-wheeler looking for her, thinking she must be down and hurt (or worse). She was sitting at the base of the back steps, waiting.


    We ate lukewarm, overcooked food at 8 PM and I've been behind schedule ever since. I'm doing laundry at 1:30 AM. Oy to the vey.

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  89. pbird1:27 AM

    he's a cutie! Hows Grampa?

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  90. pbird1:28 AM

    Ayiiiii, those doggies....

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  91. pbird1:30 AM

    watery Ore. fishing pictures from last month...sorting stuff again

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  92. pbird1:31 AM

    fish boats pretty much look like fish boats, huh?

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  93. Grammy Cracker1:37 AM

    Good Lord help me, I completely forgot to get a present for my 10 year old nephew. Nothing. Zip, zero, nada. Poor kid! Now I have to go out in the morning to buy whatever crap is left on the shelf somewhere and hope he likes it. I'm not optimistic.

    /Yes, I personally have stopped observing Christmas but the rest of my family, including Grandpa, has not. Thus I still buy and wrap the presents and schlep them around town for the next two days in my Ford *sleigh*.

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  94. pbird1:37 AM

    the road goes on forever, OR

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  95. pbird1:38 AM

    Sorta what I do. Would your nephew like a cash gift? Some kids love that.

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  96. Grammy Cracker1:38 AM

    The dryer alarm is sounding. This means I can remove the clothes and go to frickin' bed already. I'll try to peek in again tomorrow when someone else is actually awake. :-* <3

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  97. pbird1:39 AM

    Or you could order him something online and give him a photo of it???

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  98. pbird1:39 AM

    Goodnight dear lady.

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  99. pbird1:42 AM

    Squatch country

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  100. pbird1:46 AM

    um, i like trees

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  101. pbird2:04 AM

    still photographing factories, lol

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  102. pbird2:05 AM

    two fat little does

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  103. pbird2:08 AM

    the road goes on forever, WA

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  104. pbird2:09 AM

    ok, lila tov kids

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  105. BulgarWheat4:33 AM

    11Red alert issued for volcano on Chile-Argentina border

    http://www.cnn.com/2012/12/23/world/americas/chile-volcano/index.html

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  106. America's yule log blazes no more

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/americas-yule-log-blazes-no-more-8430759.html

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  107. We don't need no tradition..... GovCo. does what it wants, takes what it wants, and sends you the bill./

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  108. to all the Ferals....may ya'll have
    a Blessed Christmas

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  109. SYRIAN JIHADIS IMPLEMENTING SHARIA DESTROYING BOTTLES OF ALCOHOL http://youtu.be/iPsBal7L3wU

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  110. The Useful Myth that Obama Now Likes Israel
    By Barry Rubin http://rubinreports.blogspot.com/2012/12/the-useful-myth-that-obama-now-likes.html

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  111. KABUL, Afghanistan — An Afghan policewoman shot and killed an American adviser outside the police headquarters in Kabul on Monday, the latest in a rising tide of insider attacks by Afghans against their foreign allies, senior Afghan officials said.

    The woman, identified as Afghan police Sgt. Nargas, had entered a strategic compound in the heart of the capital and shot the adviser with a pistol as he came out of a small shop with articles he had just bought, Kabul Governor Abdul Jabar Taqwa told The Associated Press.

    The woman was taken into Afghan custody shortly after the attack.

    Earlier, she had asked bystanders where the governor's office was located, the governor said. As many Afghans, the policewoman uses only one name.

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  112. New York can’t afford assault rifle buyback - it could cost the state $1B

    By FREDRIC U. DICKER

    New York state can’t afford to confiscate all the assault rifles out there.

    The number of such military-style weapons in the state — including the New York-made Bushmaster used in the Sandy Hook massacre — is at least 1 million, far higher than even some local criminal-justice experts realize, gun-industry experts say.

    And given that the weapons are worth $1,000 or more apiece, a buyback would cost the state at least $1 billion, since even Cuomo administration officials concede that their owners would have to be compensated financially.

    “The cost of confiscation would make it impracticable, if there’s anything approaching a million of them, putting aside the other issues that would be involved,’’ said one Cuomo administration source.

    Last week, Gov. Cuomo suggested during a radio interview that “confiscation could be an option’’ when developing a newly restrictive policy on assault-style rifles.

    While a Cuomo aide estimated their number at just 30,000, industry experts who have firsthand knowledge of gun sales in New York over many years say there are “at least’’ a million semiautomatic rifles modeled on the military’s M16s legally in the hands of New Yorkers.

    Unlike the millions of legally licensed handguns that are possessed by 1 million New York residents, the exact number of legally possessed semiautomatic assault rifles is not known because owners do not have to register them.

    http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/ny_in_jam_forget_rifle_buyback_tiTyUjCeA5bNtmL6jpDeCO?utm_medium=rss&utm_content=Local

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  113. Could you please remove those little coloured bits? Coloured bits are SO last year!

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  114. BabbaZee8:07 AM

    merry to you

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  115. “Cuomo is talking about confiscating our guns, and I’m not going to let
    him take mine,’’ said a customer who purchased a Springfield M1A, a
    semiautomatic version of the military’s M14 rifle.

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  116. BabbaZee8:11 AM

    no yule log?



    the end is near

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  117. BabbaZee8:13 AM

    ullullululllu

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  118. And they are infested with BEDBUGS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Amid talk of reinstating the assault weapons ban that expired eight years ago, police departments nationwide are thinking of ways to confiscate such weapons.

    As WCBS 880’s Marla Diamond reported, among the departments considering taking action is the NYPD. Police Commissioner Ray Kelly said if Congress were to reinstate the ban, police are wondering whether it will be their responsibility to confiscate them.

    “I think that is a big, big question,” Kelly said. “Do you engage in a buyback?”

    Kelly said the NYPD’s existing gun buyback has been successful.

    “We’re up to about in two years, about 8500 weapons now, and that’s a significant number,” Kelly said.

    But Kelly said with hundreds of millions of guns out there, buybacks are just one small part of curbing gun violence.

    President Barack Obama and other lawmakers have come out in favor of re-implementing the assault weapons ban, as well as limits on the size of clips that can be used.

    Mayor Michael Bloomberg has previously said the expiration of the ban has allowed weapons of war back onto the streets.

    While Mayor Bloomberg said it is right for President Obama to console the grieving in Newtown, on the assault weapons ban he says it’s time for the president to stand up and lead.

    Bloomberg noted that New York state has some of the toughest gun laws in the country and New York City has the lowest murder rate of any big American city.

    Bloomberg is a long-time gun advocate who started “Mayors Against Guns,” which now has more than 700 members. He has been lobbying for:

    Renewal of the assault weapon ban.
    Required background checks for every gun sold right now — 40 percent of all guns are sold without background checks.
    Stronger enforcement of straw sales, where someone buys a gun for someone not eligible to own one.
    A requirement that states enter criminal and mental health records into the federal background check system.

    The mayor said a shooting rampage like the one at Sandy Hook Elementary “only happens in America.”

    Adam Lanza used a Bushmaster .223 assault rifle to kill 26 people inside the school, including 20 children. Police said Lanza did not use the two handguns he also had with him.

    http://newyork.cbslocal.com/2012/12/22/police-wonder-if-theyll-need-to-confiscate-assault-weapons-in-event-of-ban/

    (Check out the comments)

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  119. BabbaZee8:18 AM

    Egyptian artists fear for their future in cultural backlash after Arab spring

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2012/dec/22/egyptian-artists-arab-spring

    Censorship could be as bad as under previous regimes, as cultural figures feel the pressure

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  120. Turkey partially lifted its veto on Israel’s participation in NATO partnership programs, in response to some NATO members’ lifting of vetoes on partnership activities with Egypt, Tunisia, Jordan and countries in the Balkans and Caucasus, diplomatic sources have said.

    http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/turkey-lifts-nato-veto-over-israel.aspx?pageID=238&nid=37495&NewsCatID=359

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  121. Strip off and flee to Sweden~

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  122. Philippine govt moves forward,rewarding jihadists with Muslim region

    http://www.ucanews.com/news/creation-of-new-muslim-region-moves-forward/66885

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  123. BabbaZee8:56 AM

    http://arebelsdiary.blogspot.com/?zx=34ba5363b2728f40

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  124. Obama's 2007 Proposed Gun Ban - by the numbers

    Here was the proposed ban he pushedi n 2007 that didn't go anywhere that year. Chances are any new one he pushes will be similar - in other words almost EVERY semi auto rifle owned in the USA.


    http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=cd4_1356331782&utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

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  125. hayseed10:16 AM

    Merry Christmas Storage where ever you may be!!!

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  126. BabbaZee10:16 AM

    I did not ask Disqus to recommend anything for me bah

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  127. BabbaZee10:17 AM

    He is at the Blogmocracy he told me this is a hate site


    No I am not kidding

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  128. hayseed10:20 AM

    so sorry to hear that

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  129. BabbaZee10:20 AM

    how he drew this conclusion is beyond me I tried to speak to him off the page but it made no sense


    After he came here and typed here I AM GLAD I LEFT THIS HATE SITE out of the blue sky I wrote asking what the fuck was that, and he said he loved me.... I said if you love me why did you write that? The explanation he gave made no sense. I told him this. Never heard from him again. Then some people sent me threads where he is happy posting at the Blogmocracy. So that's all I know. This many weeks ago already so I do not know what goes on recently.



    Merry Christmas to him.

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  130. BabbaZee10:21 AM

    me too. But I can not make sense of his anger to me and I told him what I tell everyone - the bar is always open.



    I think it was because I would not RAH RAH Mitt.

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  131. happy morning and shalom

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  132. BabbaZee10:24 AM

    shalom

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  133. are ya diggin it all?

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  134. hayseed10:26 AM

    well Babba I recommend Jim Beam in liberal doses!!!

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  135. BabbaZee10:28 AM

    he was asking me to ban him for a while and saying mean things to me before he stormed away. I think in his mind he thinks I attacked him. I never did, and I asked him to show me where I ever attacked him, ever, but he could not. Everyone here can read. No one else saw it either but people did see him attacking me!

    ce la vie !

    May he live and be well.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xUAuKf7cofE

    WHAT ARE YOU DOING AT THIS HATE SITE ALL YOU HATEY PEOPLE! ??

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  136. BabbaZee10:28 AM

    I need a backhoe

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  137. BabbaZee10:29 AM

    The Doctors say I have to act like I have a perforated ulcer untill they scope me on the 8th and say I do not


    so I cannot have a drop of alcohol.


    BAH!

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  138. BabbaZee10:29 AM

    thanks to the generous donations of strange friends I will smoke mine.

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  139. "I need a steam shovel baby..."

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  140. BabbaZee10:30 AM

    YAYAH!

    and a ce-ment mixah putty putty

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jw0sCJ-M04o

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  141. I always liked that song...heh. I wuz quotin Bob though

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  142. BabbaZee10:32 AM

    I know but that was too easy!

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  143. the puttyputty song I am always quoting but people think I'm kidding

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  144. i never kid! ......

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  145. BabbaZee10:34 AM

    ahahaha ME TOO and since I was a little troublemaker!

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  146. you get all kindsa old fart points for knowing it.

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  147. BabbaZee10:38 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5eOuPeAfOeE

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  148. I was so sick that I rescheduled the family knock down and drag out for the 29th so I would be all better....now it looks like I am coming down with the chest part of the thing so who knows. If I am too sick I will have to cancel on the family gathering...this has been a weird weird hollerday season. I do not feel well at all. And Amazon still needs to deliver most of the kid's junk...Sigh. Sometimes you just can't.

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  149. festive little thing, lol

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  150. BabbaZee10:41 AM

    OY I am sorry you are sick.

    This is the crappiest Christmas ever

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  151. BabbaZee10:41 AM

    Happy Babbamas!



    AHAHAHA

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  152. Its a doozy. What is GOD trying to tell us??? TO knock off the baloney???

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  153. YAY!!!!!

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  154. BabbaZee10:42 AM

    I have no idea.



    I really can not figure out what he wants from me lately


    maybe my body I dunno!

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  155. BabbaZee10:42 AM

    he's gonna take it back make birch bark out of it or something
    i dunno

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  156. maybe sometimes he is just saying its rough out there, hang on?

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  157. BabbaZee10:46 AM

    yeah... sometimes is one thing

    continuously rough since birth is another.

    He likes to beat my ass this seems apparent.

    Why?

    I have zero idea.

    The joys of being chosen??

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JCtdKWWfZG8

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  158. I am profoundly grateful for a lot of things, not the least of which is the kids are so neat. So smart. So nice even if some of them have blue hair.
    Bird didn't die in the basement or fall when I wasn't home.
    Stuff like that. Pretty basic but good.

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  159. I guess so BZ.

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  160. and yet, you have a lot of people who do love you and since we are all out in the air you don't have to wait on us!!! well except for running this thing, or if we appear on your doorstep

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  161. R bought me a tiny bottle of the Goose, so one of these days I will taste what this magical liquor is like.

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  162. BabbaZee10:53 AM

    I do not understand a million things

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  163. BabbaZee10:54 AM

    is good

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  164. wonder if this is for real, i sure don't remember this one

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  165. lol, nope me neither

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  166. last time i talked to my daughter over there she said she was going to have a nervous breakdown and start wearing lady's clothing, so she could get some rest. I said oh no! You're scaring me!

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  167. birch bark, lol! why?

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  168. BabbaZee10:58 AM

    bah! She was torturing you

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  169. ah, poor kid....she's the one that used to bite me when nursing. Little did I know.

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  170. "Things are more like they are today then they ever were before."- Eisenhower

    wonder if he really said that

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  171. BabbaZee11:09 AM

    is it like today?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zhBmXKKYq1E

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  172. BabbaZee11:11 AM

    iDunno I figure he repurposes shit - he only has a finite amount of raw material and he just keeps changing it around

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  173. she would get this strange look on her face and chomp!...people really are who they are from the word go

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  174. BabbaZee11:12 AM

    so birch bark seems as reasonable as anything else and I like birch bark I used to save it and paint on it write notes on it

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  175. BabbaZee11:12 AM

    yes I have seen that with lots of babies and kids

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  176. it is pretty, do you mean the white stuff?

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  177. long ago before civilization in a land called Bothell there was a family of children who had a mythology going about a white birch tree that stood alone deep in the dark forest of alders and firs...almost scary standing there. Now all the trees are gone and there is a condo development.

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  178. BabbaZee11:17 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5g4lY8Y3eoo

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  179. BabbaZee11:18 AM

    microcosmically profound

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  180. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aa6KIKKNQMo

    no idea why, this song is Christmas for me

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  181. good old Judy!

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  182. BabbaZee11:24 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xWwUJH70ubM

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  183. BabbaZee11:25 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z8Vfp48laS8

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  184. right!!!

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  185. BabbaZee11:28 AM

    is nice is a christmas song

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