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  1. Re: From feudalism, to freedom, to . . . . ????

    You forgot the “Anna is a very bitter and angry woman” part.
  2. Re: From feudalism, to freedom, to . . . . ????

    Sez the purveyor of Anna's Bullshit flavored Kool-Aid.

    Gawd I love irony.
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    Re: RIP Morris108 (Oct 1)

    Yep, Dengue fever. Godspeed Morris -


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WeWRTc0pNMM
  4. The bumper sticker which would be forbidden today

    A friend who was a Class 3 FFL dealer (now passed on) had this bumper sticker on his pickup truck about 25 years ago:

    KILL ALL EXTREMISTS

    Think of the nastiness if one displayed such a...
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    Re: OT Plywood question

    Even on the #8 screws the washers don't fail (to the point of causing rotten wood) until 25-30 years so long as they don't migrate out. #14 screws will have the washers last in excess of 30 years...
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    Re: OT Plywood question

    The fasteners migrate back out because cheapskates use #8 screws. #14 screws don't migrate back out. And screw down sheet metal panels over wood are strictly for ag and storage type buildings anyway...
  7. Re: Oh HELL NO! You cannot have it both ways

    Still not much of a Trumpstein fan, HOWEVER if the commies can do what they're doing to the POTUS with absolute impunity then they can do the same to ANY OF US. So yeah, I'm pulling and praying for...
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    Re: Vanishing in the wilderness

    And her speculation was "she may have curled up with a coyote." As if. lol
  9. Re: Oh HELL NO! You cannot have it both ways

    What got me to thinking about this shit was the case of the 12 girl charged with a felony for pointing a 'finger gun' at some classmates. A fucking felony. We live in a fucking full blown Death...
  10. Oh HELL NO! You cannot have it both ways

    So if someone born with an X chromosome can 'identify' as a boy (in the case of a girl child, like someone prepubescent or at least a minor) or vice versa and the courts back this nonsense up then...
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    The madness continues unabated

    Extremely violent movies and graphic video games with first person shooters are big biz and all that's a-okay.

    However as a child don't DARE make bites in your Pop Tart to resemble a gun (via a...
  12. Re: Anna: Lawful Persons differ from Legal Persons.

    Although I have no desire whatsoever to taste it I do wonder what bullshit flavored Kool-Aid tastes like. Is it really palatable or is it an acquired taste?? ???
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    Re: Vanishing in the wilderness

    Note the way Obombya's Secretary of Interior answers the question about keeping a database of missing persons in National Parks at 57:17 in that video. Looks hinky to me.
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    Re: OT Plywood question

    Of course there's that. Duh.

    When was the last time you were actively involved in construction? (DIY projects don't count)
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    Re: OT Plywood question

    Based on my own observations manufacturers of sheet goods have steadily been improving their processes especially with respect to their glues. I’ve seen CDX (which is of course exterior grade and...
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    Re: OT Plywood question

    That was a sort of (marine) plywood not made anymore.
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    Re: Vanishing in the wilderness

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zEA9-mEOZtA
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    Re: Something for Tumbleweed

    BTW, 30 years is a very long life for a horse that was worked, so for your horse to live to 33 years old indicates you took really, really good care of him.
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    Re: OT Plywood question

    I don’t see recently manufactured (in past 15 years or so) OSB swelling and sagging like the OSB board manufactured 30+ years ago. Virtually all construction around here now with few exceptions uses...
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    Re: Something for Tumbleweed

    Even though that 33 y.o. horse was a working animal I’m sure he has been your beloved pet as well. I suggest you prepare your emotions, send him out on a high note and give him the needle of mercy at...
  21. Re: omg - let me out of this subway car before i hurl

    Probably more like a front hole than an actual pussy, it is a sheboon after all.
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    Re: OT Plywood question

    OSB board is vastly improved over what it was like 20+ years ago. It used to be total crap which took nominal moisture exposure to cause it to crater, it’s now much more resistant to moisture,...
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    Re: A reason for optimism...?

    Monty, have you been sucked in by 'The Great One'?

    WTF precisely is the 'King's Law'?? 'Plain Lucy.
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    Re: A reason for optimism...?

    http://hudok.info/
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    Re: A reason for optimism...?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UM1nIY6e_yE&feature=youtu.be
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