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  1. Potentially HUGE improvement the the Supreme court. --both ideologically and visually.
  2. Don't feel bad, I'm diabetic and very strict about no sugar and haven't had a milkshake or a malt for 20 years but now because of this thread I'm considering making my own with Dryers Sugar-free Ice cream and malted milk powder.
  3. Steak and shake supposedly has real chocolate malts, not just shakes. They're mostly East of the Mississippi but there are a couple in Los Angeles, one in Seattle and one in Las Vegas
  4. Anyone ever have a real chocolate or vanilla MALTED milkshake? Regular milkshakes don't even come close. Regular milkshakes are just ice cream and are not the same as a chocolate or vanilla or even a strawberry Malt. They used to be more common back in the 50's and 60's but are ararity today unless you make your own.
  5. That's most likely true. RBG and every other brain-dead lib in the entire country thought that Hillary's election was bought and paid for and that Trump didn't have a snowball's chance in Hell.
  6. There is more at stake in this election than most people realize. Even if Ginsberg had lived to see a couple of sock puppets for the corrupt extremist DNC elected as president, she would have resigned immediately which would have allowed Harris-Biden to nominate someone like AOC or Ilhan Omar. The constitution has no restrictions on who can be a supreme court justice. No age limitation, no citizenship requirement, no law degree required. We need all the legal votes we can get in November to offset all the fraud but now if the election has to go to the supreme court they have one less Leftist partisan vote.
  7. The Air Force and I were born the same year. My Dad was in the Army Air Force in WWII and I was in the USAF from 1969-73, and for the first year was part of SAC. After WWII, Curtis LeMay commanded USAF Europe and coordinated the Berlin Airlift. He served as commander of the Strategic Air Command from 1948 to 1957, and was the kind of man we've always needed to win wars rather htn prolonging them endlessly like politicians tend to do.. Today, he would be vilified as a bloodthirsty war monger. But he was actually a humanitarian who wanted to save as many lives as possible. This is evidenced by a couple of statements that he made. "We should always avoid armed conflict. But if you get in it, get in with both feet and get out as soon as possible." "In war, you've got to kill people. And when you kill enough of them, they'll stop fighting." "A Successful offense brings victory. A successful defense can only lessen defeat."
  8. The only time I ever got the munchies from venturing into an altered state was from smoking herb, not drinking booze which was primarily my drug of choice for the longest period of time. But as far as a next day cure for a hangover, just plenty of aspirin, and some hair of the dog and maybe something easy on the stomach like a toasted cheese sandwich. One drink that was very good for a hangover, if you could find a bar that knew how to make it, was a Ramos Gin Fizz with egg white. Ramos Gin Fizz Ingredients. 2 ounces gin. 1/2 ounce heavy cream. 1/2 ounce lemon juice, freshly squeezed. 1/2 ounce fresh lime juice, freshly squeezed. 3/4 ounce simple syrup. 3 dashes orange flower water. 1 fresh egg white. Club soda, to top.
  9. My ex-wife's relatives were really nice people. I suspect she was adopted.
  10. It WAS a beautiful city once. The first time I was there was in the summer of 1968 my girlfriend and I too a week off of work and drove up from L.A. and visited Haight Ashbury and it was fun. The last time I was there was in 1996 when i was visiting my brother in San Jose and we drove up with a bunch of friends for a 5k run in golden Gate park and it was still a nice place then. I wouldn't even want to see the place now.
  11. https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/09/peak-2020-man-takes-dump-pelosis-driveway-san-francisco-live-streams/
  12. Yes, most were rebarreled, such as the Martini–Henry Mk III's with a new extractor installed, but the Martini–Enfield Mk II rifles were generally of new manufacture, although there are examples of converted Mk II rifles. The first Martini–Henry conversions used Metford rifled barrels (and were known as Martini–Metford rifles), which were more than suitable for the early .303 cartridges, which used black powder as a propellant but wore out very quickly when fired with cordite/nitrocellulose cartridges. In 1895, the Enfield rifled barrel was introduced, which was much more suitable for use with smokeless ammunition. The Martini–Enfield was in service from 1895–1918. Lawrence of Arbia's Arab Irregulars were known to have used them during the Arab Revolt of 1916–1918, along with any other firearms they could acquire) and it remained a Reserve Arm in places like India and New Zealand until well into WW2. Martini–Enfield rifles were manufactured/converted by: RSAF (Royal Small Arms Factory), Enfield Lock LSA Co (London Small Arms Co) BSA & M Co (Birmingham Small Arms & Metals Co, later simply BSA) HRB Co (Henry Rifle Barrel Co, later went out of business and taken over by Blenheim Engineering) NA&A Co (National Arms & Ammunition Co)
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