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2 hours ago, NPTim said:

Moral was unusually high that day at work. Problem is, suddenly bringing in “brownies” skylights the doper who brought them in. Not a hard one to catch. Dummy can also be charged with poisoning. Funny on the face of it, seriously fucked up in reality.

So..... What you're saying is that I can have your share?

 

 

I'll share half and keep it on the "down low" if you'd like.

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On 5/7/2019 at 11:19 PM, Silentpoet said:

 

I think I know the guys that played on that. The same South Carolinian that wrote that penned other timeless classics as, "What In Hell Will You Do" and "If There's Hair On Your Ears There's Sin In Your Heart," among others.

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17 hours ago, NPTim said:

Moral was unusually high that day at work. Problem is, suddenly bringing in “brownies” skylights the doper who brought them in. Not a hard one to catch. Dummy can also be charged with poisoning. Funny on the face of it, seriously ****ed up in reality.

Only if somebody sees him bring them in. If he stealthily allows the magic brownies to just appear, and can keep a strait face for 8 hours...................OK, I see what you mean.

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The May 7, 2019 National Review Online’s Editorial, features a look at Senator and Democrat Presidential contender Cory Booker’s latest attack on liberty.

From the article

Having thus far failed to break through in the Democratic primary, Senator Cory Booker of New Jersey is seeking to gain an edge in the contest by advancing the most extreme package of gun-control proposals to be touted by any presidential aspirant in two decades. 

The details

In addition to the usual laundry list — “universal” background checks, a ban on so-called “assault weapons,” the prohibition of standard-capacity magazines — Booker hopes to establish not only a federal registry of guns, but a federal registry of gun owners, too.

So, Booker wants to put my name on a list. Right.

Under the terms of Booker’s plan, Americans wishing to exercise their Second Amendment rights would have to apply to Washington for permission — not just once, but every five years — and to inform the executive branch of each weapon they own in their home.

https://www.redstate.com/darth641/2019/05/10/cory-booker’s-gun-control-plan/

 

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4 hours ago, pipedreams said:

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That's because your dog considers himself part of your family (your pack) and so he thinks of your home as his home, too. Of course, that also means he thinks of your sammich as his sammich.

The good side is he'll also share his Alpo with you. :supergrin:

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1 hour ago, Swampfox762 said:

Thank you Delta....

Yes, the second small coffin is the soldier's partner.

That's a man and a dog that died for you.

 

And Hats off to Delta!

https://www.youtube.com/embed/

Great video, makes you proud. There is just one a little clarification and this is from the webpage of the video:

 

My name is Brian McConnell, I work for Delta Air Lines and coordinate the Honor Guard program for the military fallen, however the information put out by most people sharing this video is incorrect. I know it has been shared with the heading “Watch what Delta does for Fallen Soldier and his K9” but that info is incorrect. The truth is, the first fallen coming off the aircraft, covered in the U.S. Flag is a soldier missing over 63 years from the Korean War who was identified and was being returned to his family, the second and smaller box was actually additional bone fragments of a soldier who was already sent home and buried, they were to go and be interned with that soldier. When the video was first posted we had a description on the video but as you are probably aware of internet “trolls” got on it and started some very vile comments and disrespectful comments. Some were very hurtful to our military so rather than have the families who have lost a loved one have to see them we shut off the comments, So when it was shared “millions” of times, somebody assumed it was a current conflict soldier and his K9 companion. I have posted in many of the video comments that this is incorrect but when my comment is 8 pages down, nobody sees it.

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