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woody

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Hairlooms are precious family keepsakes after all.
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I believe EG was thinking that someone looking for trouble would be ill advised to attempt to loot, and burn down my weave supply stash.


Roger that Cap'n. I know how you feel about your weave products.

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I hope they 'take that stuff' to Woody's suburb lol and they can say hello to his little friend.





Does mass transit run in Woodys neighborhood?




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I'm out past the last Texdot camera. In regards to Metro and mass transit, I have found that if you build it, they will come.
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so, POTUS look-at-me ahole bans the pledge of allegiance, saying it's not inclusive, divisive, and racist.

Can't make it up
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so, POTUS look-at-me ahole bans the pledge of allegiance, saying it's not inclusive, divisive, and racist.

Can't make it up


Yes they can.

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"What questions are not getting answered.  The only ones I see being avoided is "Why you switch from Dewey to Will I Wynn?"  and  "Why you switch from Bama_CF to Fresh?" and of course the best one that will never get answered, never in a million years... "When you bringing back KPI?"

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Yes they can.


Other headlines from the same source:

Ted Cruz: “I Will Endorse Donald Trump For President If He Makes Masturbation Illegal”

Secret Service Agent Says Obama Is Gay & Muslim In New Tell-All Book

DRUGS IN COLORADO: New Deadly Strain Of Marijuana Turning Users Gay


Seems legit to me.
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I got punked.  I missed the .co at the end.  Bastards.  Good think I didn't post it to twitter yet.
bhblue

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Yeah, well I missed it too at first.  Didn't notice until I read the comments.  None were yours were they?
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No - I almost never read the comments on articles.  Too much depressing insight into humanity usually.
EarlyGrayce

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No - I almost never read the comments on articles.  Too much depressing insight into humanity usually.


Yea it got me too. I was just getting ready to blast it out to some colleagues when I happened to read a couple of the comments lol. It seemed very plausible, (you know, since hussein hates god) and abc is a sh1tty propaganda machine. Had me fooled.

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"What questions are not getting answered.  The only ones I see being avoided is "Why you switch from Dewey to Will I Wynn?"  and  "Why you switch from Bama_CF to Fresh?" and of course the best one that will never get answered, never in a million years... "When you bringing back KPI?"

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No - I almost never read the comments on articles.  Too much depressing insight into humanity usually.


For sure.  Not good spokesmen for either side.  I thought I recognized DerpAlum and Fapper drivel though.
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While I never post on those comments sections, that is my guilty pleasure.  I love reading the comments section, I get good material there.

 Besides UCS misc, that's how I found there are real, live, California, conservatives.  Those guys like spazsdad, pabar, PDad [I believe] and FIB who fight the good fight in the California underground conservative movement.  The one's, though far outnumbered, who aren't going out without a fight.

 I've told pabar before it's easy to do what I do in Texas, hold the conservative line in a state so Red.  Our state government leaders and out national Texas leaders, our [R] House members like Louie Gohmert.  Our state history of a great work ethic and independence make it easy to be conservative here.   What is indeed much more difficult, is flying the conservative flag in a state like California.  We have some clever Americans and we have some not so clever

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 Besides UCS misc, that's how I found there are real, live, California, conservatives.  Those guys like spazsdad, pabar, PDad [I believe] and FIB who fight the good fight in the California underground conservative movement.  The one's, though far outnumbered, who aren't going out without a fight.

Living in OC helps, although the GOP lead has been shrinking. My family moved here in 1969 and my dad jokes Dems held their county convention in a phone booth back then. From Wikipedia:

Orange County has long been known as a Republican stronghold and has consistently sent Republican representatives to the state and federal legislatures. Republican majorities in Orange County helped deliver California's electoral votes to Republican presidential candidates Richard Nixon (19601968 and 1972), Gerald Ford (1976), Ronald Reagan(19801984), and George H. W. Bush (1988). Orange County has not voted for a Democratic presidential candidate since Franklin D. Roosevelt's 1936 landslide re-election for a second term.
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What the hell happened to the rest of the state??
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What happened was the 60s and the hippie movement that started in SF.  Throw in the liberal Hollywood elite and you have a liberal stronghold that started both north and south in the 60s.  Then throw in the influx of Mexicans and the liberal need to give them everything, and you have a state too far gone.  Even the rich techno-nerds like Zuckerberg are off the deep end.  Of course, he can afford to give away 99% of his wealth and still be wealthier than the rest of us put together.
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Obama releases more terrorist from Gitmo.

Another excellent mark on his legacy....
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Great post from FIB - figured I would move it over here to further demonstrate the disastrous foreign policy of the Obama administration.

Another excellent mark on his legacy....

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Five years ago today Obama said Assad must go. In a separate statement, SoS Hillary Clinton said the same thing. Talk. No action. Now almost 500,000 dead, millions displaced, chemical weapons used on civilians, and the EU splintering over the refugee issue as Russia and Iran, using support for Assad as a pretext, have taken over the Middle East. The Obama / Clinton foreign policy legacy in ruins.
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What happened was the 60s and the hippie movement that started in SF.  Throw in the liberal Hollywood elite and you have a liberal stronghold that started both north and south in the 60s.  Then throw in the influx of Mexicans and the liberal need to give them everything, and you have a state too far gone.  Even the rich techno-nerds like Zuckerberg are off the deep end.  Of course, he can afford to give away 99% of his wealth and still be wealthier than the rest of us put together.


Dems look at CA as a model for entire country. Flood with illegal immigrants, coddle them, make them dependent, eventually legalize them and count their vote. All of this recruiting is done using our tax dollars.

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EarlyGrayce

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Obama nails it. Teddy Roosevelt would be proud. For all of his faults, Obama's forward-thinking grasp of the future realities that this planet faces is solid.

http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2016/08/obama-creates-world-s-largest-park-off-hawaii/ 

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Obama nails it. Teddy Roosevelt would be proud. For all of his faults, Obama's forward-thinking grasp of the future realities that this planet faces is solid.

http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2016/08/obama-creates-world-s-largest-park-off-hawaii/ 

Come on EG. This isn't some amazing "forward-thinking grasp of the future realities" from Obama. 

The Papahānaumokuākea area has been under some sort of federal protection since 1909 (you got Teddy right on that.) Bush made the Papahānaumokuākea area a national monument in 2006, using the Antiquities Act. Obama just enlarged it, using the same act, following other designations over the past century, i.e. 1940, 1988, 1993, and 2000. 

Here's from wiki on Bush's act: (all Hail Bush's forward-thinking grasp of the future!)

In April 2006, President Bush and his wife viewed a screening of the documentary film Voyage to Kure at the White House along with its director, Jean-Michel Cousteau. Compelled by the film's portrayal of the flora and fauna, Bush moved quickly to protect the area.[15][16][17]

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George W. Bush signing proclamation to establish the monument on June 15, 2006.

On June 15, 2006, he signed Proclamation 8031, designating the waters of the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands a national monument under the 1906 Antiquities Act. Using the Antiquities Act bypassed the normal year of consultations and halted the public input process and came just before the draft environmental impact statement for the proposed Northwestern Hawaiian Islands National Marine Sanctuary was to be published. This was the second use by Bush of the Antiquities Act, following the declaration of the African Burial Ground National Monument on Manhattan in February 2006.[18] The legislated process for stakeholder involvement in the planning and management of a marine protected area had already taken five years of effort, but the abrupt establishment of the NWHI as a National Monument, rather than a Sanctuary, provided immediate and more resilient protection. The protection is revocable only legislation.[19]

Joshua Reichert[20] proclaimed the importance of the timely designation, saying:

Monument status is quicker; it's more comprehensive; and it's more permanent. Only an act of Congress can undo a monument designation. The sanctuary process, it takes longer; it involves more congressional input, more public debate, more hearings and meetings. And he [George W. Bush] obviously made a decision today to, actually, take a bold step and create something which is going to be immediate, that the law applies immediately to this place now.[21]




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Obama nails it. Teddy Roosevelt would be proud. For all of his faults, Obama's forward-thinking grasp of the future realities that this planet faces is solid.

http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2016/08/obama-creates-world-s-largest-park-off-hawaii/ 

Good one - your sarcasm is on point today!

Now do one about his forward thinking brilliance in the Middle East...
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FIB thanks for the history lesson, but I'm not sure why you think it was necessary. When I said Obama nailed it, I was referring to the fact that he just quadrupled the size of this sanctuary. I thought that my nod to Teddy was obvious. My bad. Sometimes my mind makes cryptic choices.
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I suppose when it comes to establishing anything positive for a legacy like Obama's you have to grab what you can.
  

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I suppose when it comes to establishing anything positive for a legacy like Obama's you have to grab what you can.
  


Excellent point. Well played.

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A hundred years from now, schoolchildren will learn that President Obama made President Bush's monument four times larger.

#legacy

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A hundred years from now, schoolchildren will also earn that President Obama enabled Iran to annihilate Israel with nuclear weapons, and render the Holy Lands toxically uninhabitable for a thousand years.

#legacy

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100 years from now there won't be any 'schools' as we know them. No one will be learning about or talking about our past american presidents. Kids will be home-schooled and working locally on farms or in service occupations like livery, metal-smithing, or dismantling/repurposing.  But maybe there will still be fish in the ocean.
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I suppose when it comes to establishing anything positive for a legacy like Obama's you have to grab what you can.
  


when dewy comes back before the election he will definitely work this accomplishment just under the Lilly Ledbetter MAJOR accomplishment

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Dewey isn't coming back.  Things are too bad for him to show up and face the music.
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