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Mrleft8

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  1. 4 minutes ago, Bus Driver said:

    This better not read like a story from Penthouse Forum. 

    Not that I’ve every read Penthouse Forum. 

    Nope.

     I'll just add that I thought she was older than I, when we met.... In the dining hall... With her father in attendance.

  2. When I was a teenager, and through my mid twenties, was always attracted to older women. Which leads me back to the story.

    Which will have to wait until tomorrow because I'm now too sedated from shrimp omelets, and beer to compose a graphic, yet tasteful historically accurate, if not perfectly verifiable, under the circumstances, and the rules of modesty, etc. tale of two young people. (Not a 30 something creep and a teenager)

  3. 2 hours ago, Mark K said:

    Yeah, you're probably thinking of Thailand there though, Bali is not a nice place for pedos.  

     I'm willing to give Gaetz the benefit of the doubt on this area of his transgressions...for the moment. Might have though that 17 year old was 18, hell, she might have been telling people she was 18, we have not heard from her yet. And to me that's a whole nother kettle from the ones who go after 13. 

     If you're so fucked up you have to fuck a child, ya gotta kill yourself. Lean out over the plate and take one for the team.  

    I have a story, but it'll have to wait until after dinner.... (BTW she was 16, I was 19, and she was...)

  4. I never had any major side effects, other than feeling like I got kicked in the shoulder by a mule, but it's no worse than a tetanus booster.

    I will say that I'm very happy to hear from most of my black acquaintances here that they are either fully vaxed, or halfway there, and intend to get dose 2.

    The only ones I hear poo-pooing the vax are older white people (usually fat and smokers) or young white redneck guys.

    To be honest, both those categories can cull their own herd as far as I'm concerned. I feel sorry for the grade school kids who are being subjected to stupidity, but that seems to be the rule around here. (My grand neighbor has been banned from visiting because I told her that the election wasn't stolen)

     

  5. 4 minutes ago, Navig8tor said:

    Who did he consider his Commander in Chief?

    Hint:

    Who said “March to the Capitol, I’ll be right there.” Or words to that effect?

    Thank god that didn’t happen it would have been a bloodbath and the nation,  not just the R pollies would be pledging fealty to an orange lunatic.

    He needs to face charges in the matter or the next prodigy will succeed simply because the orange one has always been an incompetent.

    His mistake was surrounding himself with yes men instead of truely competent, the next guy won’t.

    Trump has always surrounded himself with "Yes" men (or women). That's why he fails so spectacularly every time. But that's also why these people are attracted to him. If they say what he wants to hear, they're praised by the father/mother/ teacher who always told them to "sit down, shut up and listen".

     If Trump had ever hired a competent advisor, he might have succeeded in life..... But nope. All he has is his fake TIME magazine covers, a bunch of underwater properties, a gazillion law suits, and a tremendously failed presidency.

  6. 37 minutes ago, AJ Oliver said:

    Much as I really, really hate to agree with the Right, 

    the idea that government should not be larger than necessary 

    is a good one. 

    If such a conservative party emerges, with the provisos I posted above, 

    I'll even send them a donation. 

    Define "Government".

     Personally I think a new WPA, and CCC would be a great thing. Put out of work people to work helping rebuild the crumbling infrastructure, while building new skills, or even just making ends meet. Big govt. is not the enemy, Big business is.

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  7. 4 hours ago, Sol Rosenberg said:

    Bring minority party leaders into the conversation instead of treating them like the enemy. There has to be bipartisan support at least for the next two years or nothing will get done. Two democRAT Senators have already said that they won't go for nixing the filibuster. One won't go for DC/PR Statehood. Focus on the next two years and do what the American people want, and if it is held up, make sure the American people know who held it up. 

    And w/ Trump squeezing every republican's balls in his tiny little hands, you think this is possible?

     I don't. 

    Sadly I think it'll take another Pearl Harbor, or 9-11 to bring this country together again. The threat from with-in can only be ameliorated by a threat from with-out.

  8. Bars in this part of Fl. already have drive up windows where you can get a to go cup of whatever.

    I asked a bartender about that whole drinking and driving thing... "Hey. I just sell it to them, I don't make them drink it. Once it leaves my hand, what happens to it is none of my concern."

  9. 40 minutes ago, Sol Rosenberg said:

    Once the filibuster is gone it doesn’t come back, irrespective of which party controls the senate. The DemocRATS nixed it for judicial nominations. The Republicans nixed it for Supreme Court nominations. We have a judiciary loaded with partisan goobers and a Heritage Society Supreme Court as a result. 
     

    Be careful what you wish for us, please. 

    Heritage Foundation? Or Federalist Society? Blending both together would make even Dick Cheney's head spin....

  10. My father hired a guy from Lubbock to work for him back in the mid eighties. This guy, freshly graduated from UT architectural school, and his brand spankedy new wife drove up to New England in their 1979 Trans AM with a U-Haul trailer...... In January.

     It took him a week to get un white knuckled. "I never seen so many curves in a road in my entire life!" He said one day, after he traded in his Trans AM for a front wheel drive Toyota.

     Yes you can throw a Frisbee across two state lines if you have a good arm, and the wind is just right, but also remember that a 15 mile commute might take you through 3 towns, not 3 peanut fields.

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