HypnoCat
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12/4/19
10:39 PM
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Curious, why did you choose an AGM battery instead of Lithium?

11/8/19
7:49 PM
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Then  they would have said “more than half.”

11/8/19
7:43 PM
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“Although Sebov did not say if she was scared shitless or suffers from asthma, she clearly does not want that smoke.” Read more

6/11/19
6:29 PM
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Does he realize he’s backlit and you can clearly see the page is blank, or near blank?

4/26/19
6:03 PM
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Surprisingly inept move for such an experienced politician.

3/22/19
6:39 PM
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“one Gizmodo employee experienced an explosion herself after microwaving some refrigerated black beans” Read more

3/19/19
7:17 PM
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Completely appalling. I don’t care how “nice” her neighbors think she is, she clearly lost her shit over (something) so badly that she actually screamed horrible words at a total stranger in front of her kids.  Read more

12/31/18
11:37 AM
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I’m glad. I don’t know what her chances are, but I know the Democrats will never be saved by yet another while man. 

1/30/18
7:02 PM
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NPR ran a disturbing story a few days ago about how cash-strapped towns are recruiting police officers that nobody else would touch, officers who had been fired or disciplined by other departments for misconduct and shootings, simply because those were the only officers they could afford. Read more

1/25/18
3:32 PM
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I wouldn’t send my dog by air, let alone my horse.

10/27/17
6:55 PM
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Someone takes the Orange in “Orange County” a little too literally...

10/18/17
6:13 PM
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I got one at 24 that I still, in my 40's, love. It’s faded and since it’s on my shoulder, I often forget it’s even there, but I love it. It’s like a message from my younger self to my older self that says: You are still you. Through marriage, kids, job changes, love, hurt, joy, depressions, you are still....you.

10/17/17
12:41 AM
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Well, that’s some good swamp-drainin’ right there.

10/15/17
6:41 PM
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My beloved cousin (who is as a sister to me) fostered and then adopted a little boy who is now 9 (he was 6 when she first fostered him). That he is far, far better off with her than with his birth parents is without question. His life with his birth mother was full of violence and neglect and he will be working Read more