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    Today, 04:54 PM
    I recently bought new luggage. If I had read this first, I would've bought his.
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    Today, 04:30 PM
    Because it's easy. If he's hungry, feed him. If he's horny, fuck him.
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    Today, 03:59 PM
    Here's more:
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    Today, 03:54 PM
    Rinaldi's facebook page.
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    Today, 03:00 PM
    LESS GOVERNMENT. MORE FREEDOM. What would America look like today if the dream of our Founding Fathers of a limited central government had actually been realized? Michael Snyder End Of The American Dream - MAY 29, 2017 What would America look like today if the dream of our Founding Fathers of a limited central government had actually been realized? We have become so accustomed to big government that many of us simply assume that this is the only way that things can be done. But the truth is that things don’t have to be this way. We can have the kind of very limited federal government that our forefathers originally intended, but it is going to take a great deal of education and an enormous amount of political engagement in order to get there. On this Memorial Day, we will remember those that have died for our country, but let it also be a call to action. In every generation, Americans have had to stand up to defend the cause of liberty and freedom, and it will be no different in our generation. Just like during the Revolutionary War, there is no guarantee that we will be able to save America from the forces that are trying to destroy it, but if we sit back and do nothing they will win by default. Just because there is no war to fight does not mean that the threat that we are facing is any less serious than what other generations of Americans have had to face. Over the last several decades, the U.S. Constitution has essentially been shredded, and at this point our republic is basically hanging by a thread. If we surrender to the left in this generation, the country that our forefathers envisioned may be gone for good.
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    Today, 02:52 PM
    Indeed it is sad. Same thing happened to the WWII generation too.
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    Today, 02:20 PM
    May seem minor to you but most of the divorces I know of are for that reason. Nope. The last year of the baby boom was 1964. That would put them in their 50's and many will live up to 30 more years.
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    Today, 02:01 PM
    Mr A says I'm like the psycho robot Bill Burr talks about. @ 1:10
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    Today, 01:53 PM
    I think the above quote has something to do with it. I haven't had a job in 20 years. If Mr A gave me my divorce, I'd be in dire straights. Hopefully, Danke will have his WW finishing school up and running before that happens.
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    Today, 01:48 PM
    Mrs. O sounds like she's good at multitasking. Mr Animal told me to make him a list so I did and the list disappeared off the fridge. When I ask about it, he told me to make another list and it disappears. I've been making that damn list for 20 years.
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    Today, 01:34 PM
    Mr Animal won't give me a divorce, either. I think it's because he wouldn't know what to eat without me. He calls me every damn day and asks what he should eat. He also doesn't know how to operate the washer or dryer.
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    Today, 01:31 PM
    If there was footage, you'd just claim it was edited. Nobody needs your outrage. Apparently your silence is the most we can hope for.
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    Today, 01:29 PM
    Yeah. A guy who has never been to the UK, much less the arena in question has found "evidence." A guy who also does not believe that nuclear bombs exist. Seems legit. You're fabricating a conspiracy, twisting it to fit the "facts" you've "found" on the internet. And you ruined my thread with your crazy.
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    Today, 11:47 AM
    Absurd story is absurd. Mating is a cisgender privilege term. Portland would never condone such a homophobic rule. Just fix that part and this will be real news within 5 years.
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    Today, 11:20 AM
    Isn't their GDP equivalent to Italy's?
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    Today, 11:11 AM
    PORTLAND, Or. – Portland’s city council on Wednesday voted 3 to 1 in favor of the Equal Use Act, a new resolution granting individuals who identify as furries the same rights afforded to dogs and their respective owners who frequent popular off-leash areas and dog parks in the greater Portland area. The decision comes on the heels of a four-day sit-in organized by PDX Furs, a regional furry community based in the Portland metro area, which staged the protest at Portland’s city council offices on Milwaukie Avenue last weekend. “This is a huge victory,” said Bo Kirkman. “Not just for furries here in Portland but furries living all across the United States.” Bo, a former kindergarten teacher and self-described furry rights advocate, told the Portland Tribune that he identifies as a dog. “It’s one thing to say you can’t bring your cat or your ferret or whatever to the off-leash areas because obviously they’re not dogs. But if I want to go to the park and play with my owner, well as a canine, that should be my right.” Now, thanks to the City of Portland, Bo and his fellow furries can take advantage of the city’s designated off-leash areas. “Provided they respect and adhere to the posted rules and regulations at our city parks,” said Public Affairs commissioner Dan Saltzman who sits on the city council and voted in favor of the resolution. According to the City of Portland’s official website, dog park visitors are expected to pick up and dispose of their pet’s waste and are advised to leave sick animals at home. “In an effort to prevent the spread of disease, we ask that owners refrain from allowing their dogs – or furries – drink from standing water,” Saltzman said. However, not everyone is celebrating the new resolution.. “I think it’s rediculous,” said council-member Amanda Fritz who sits on the Portland Parks Board and voted against the proposal. “We’re allowing people in costumes to frolic about and fornicate to their heart’s content in our public parks.” Mrs. Fritz may be alone in her sentiments. Portland mayor Charlie Hales told the Daily Journal of Commerce that the Equal Use Act is synonymous with Portland’s unofficial slogan. “Keep Portland weird,” quoted Mayor Hales before adding, “That is precisely what we intend to do.”
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    In a few hours I'm taking a plane from HKG to Chicago and just looked up the crew list. The Purser's name is, "Noel Sugarplum Fruitcake."

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    Yeah, Steve and the Seagulls were surprisingly good. Lots of good energy.

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    Suzanimal wrote:It's hurtful. I've been on the receiving end of sexual rejection and it sucks. Luckily, we found a way through it and after 20 years, still manage to beat the average every week.

    Yah, so's getting walloped with a ball bat repeatedly, but after a while, the pain just becomes a dull ache.

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