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MACS Offline
#451 Posted:
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CelticBomber wrote:
There are more collect calls on Father’s Day than any other day of the year.


Really? That surprises you? Broads are good for cooking, cleaning and ...

Dads rule this world. It's why it's gone to sheit, recently. Today's dads are worried about fkn pronouns and stuff.

Good dads... like me... let their kids lose, and beat their asses when they did wrong. Hell, my son was born when I was 19 and that boy didn't beat me in any video game until he learned how to freakin' do it.

He's a hard working mofo, compassionate, trustworthy, responsible... and he has a bit of his mom in him, because he's a little empathetic. Tried to make sure he wasn't, but the broad spent more time with him. I deployed a lot.

Gonz
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#452 Posted:
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I explained my contest philosophy to the boy a couple years back. If you beat me, you'll know it wasn't handed to you.

He says, "That explains all those times we played Chase."
I didn't recall playing anything called Chase. He explains, "I think it was supposed to be Tag, but all I did was chase you."
MACS Offline
#453 Posted:
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^Good daddin' right there.
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#454 Posted:
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Palama wrote:
Ray Nitschke woulda made a heck of a wrestler!


Ray did it on performance enhancers. Steak & beer.
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#455 Posted:
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CelticBomber wrote:
There are more collect calls on Father’s Day than any other day of the year.


Das racis'
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#456 Posted:
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MACS wrote:
Really? That surprises you? Broads are good for cooking, cleaning and ...

Dads rule this world. It's why it's gone to sheit, recently. Today's dads are worried about fkn pronouns and stuff.

Good dads... like me... let their kids lose, and beat their asses when they did wrong. Hell, my son was born when I was 19 and that boy didn't beat me in any video game until he learned how to freakin' do it.



Applause
delta1 Offline
#457 Posted:
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I didn't feel like I was "raising" my son. He and I enjoyed doing things together and we did a lot...hiking, fishing, biking, baseball, soccer, road-tripping to national parks...

then he found that he had his own identity, in high school...had a group of friends and went his own way, learning the guitar, playing volleyball and soccer at all-star high school level, going off to college, joining a frat, playing club volleyball since he couldn't make varsity, having fun, studying and graduating...

I got out of his way, as I thought he was making good decisions...we reconnected, doing stuff again after he graduated, until he found his future wife...we're still close and he and his family visit often and we do family outings every year
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#458 Posted:
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Axl's real name is William Bailey. Axl Rose is an anagram for oral sex.
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#459 Posted:
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Theodore “Beaver” Cleaver got the nickname because Tony Dow had a hard time pronouncing Theodore. Sounded more like Tweeter or Beaver. One of the writers then commented there was a guy in the military he served with with the nickname Beaver. That combo made Beaver happen.

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#460 Posted:
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wish I could make beaver happen
delta1 Offline
#461 Posted:
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never understood why oral sex is called a "bl*w j*b"...you aint doin it right if you blowing...
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#462 Posted:
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wait a durn minute...


The show was called Leave it to Beaver and Tony Dow wasn't the first choice for Wally.
dkeage Offline
#463 Posted:
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Sunoverbeach wrote:
Axl's real name is William Bailey. Axl Rose is a Douche Bag.

delta1 Offline
#464 Posted:
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frankj1 wrote:
wait a durn minute...


The show was called Leave it to Beaver and Tony Dow wasn't the first choice for Wally.



yeah...what part of "knowledge" don't you understand?

do we hasta fact check all of this stuff???
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#465 Posted:
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I have no source for this tidbit other than personal experience. It's not technically considered asrecently acquired knowledge nor backed by the ADA... but one method of getting out them popcorn corn husk kernel things that get stuck between your teeth...

Gummy Bears!

Guess you could do dental floss and a good teeth scrubbing but Gummy Bears are an untapped resource that can solve may problems.
bgz Offline
#466 Posted:
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So how do you get the gummy bears out?
8trackdisco Offline
#467 Posted:
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frankj1 wrote:
wish I could make beaver happen


Got a free suck in public today.
The guy in front of me at the gas station (tempted to stop here)…. left with time still on the vacuum. Was able to get the front floors both cleaned.
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#468 Posted:
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bgz wrote:
So how do you get the gummy bears out?


…. Popcorn.
BuckyB93 Offline
#469 Posted:
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bgz wrote:
So how do you get the gummy bears out?


Ya open the bag and grab them with your fingers (much easier to do if you have an opposable thumb).

https://www.metv.com/videos/utah-me/hawkeye-praises-the-complexities-of-the-human-thumb
delta1 Offline
#470 Posted:
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Sunoverbeach wrote:
Axl's real name is William Bailey. Axl Rose is an anagram for oral sex.



nuh uh...Bill Bailey was around in 1902, when that song came out...Axl aint that old...
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#471 Posted:
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8trackdisco wrote:
Got a free suck in public today.
The guy in front of me at the gas station (tempted to stop here)…. left with time still on the vacuum. Was able to get the front floors both cleaned.


Iffn it was the air hose ya coulda got a BJ
Ram27 Offline
#472 Posted:
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You are not allowed to use a frame on your license plate in the state of New Jersey.
Ram27 Offline
#473 Posted:
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The Hinsdale N.H. post office turns 206 this year making it the oldest continously operating post office in America. It opened in 1816 in a corner of the town's general store and later took over the entire first floor.
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#474 Posted:
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Ram27 wrote:
You are not allowed to use a frame on your license plate in the state of New Jersey.


Would you get pullo in your PA plated car in NJ for that?
Ram27 Offline
#475 Posted:
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I don't believe you would. Think
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#476 Posted:
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Ram27 wrote:
You are not allowed to use a frame on your license plate in the state of New Jersey.


Same here in MA, technically, but people still use them.

When I first moved out here back in the 90's I had a Packers frame on the plate. Had to do the annual safety/emissions inspection and the Richard head was going to reject my truck because it had a license plate frame. He took it off and tossed it in the trash so my truck would pass the inspection.

I think his name was Brandon so... "Frank you Brandon"

(OK I made up the last part but the first part is true)
delta1 Offline
#477 Posted:
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he prolly woulda passed you if it was a Pats frame...
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#478 Posted:
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BuckyB93 wrote:
Same here in MA, technically, but people still use them.

When I first moved out here back in the 90's I had a Packers frame on the plate. Had to do the annual safety/emissions inspection and the Richard head was going to reject my truck because it had a license plate frame. He took it off and tossed it in the trash so my truck would pass the inspection.

I think his name was Brandon so... "Frank you Brandon"

(OK I made up the last part but the first part is true)


What is the danger of a license plate frame? I’m sure it is to keep you SAAAAAAFE. But how?
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#479 Posted:
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8trackdisco wrote:
What is the danger of a license plate frame? I’m sure it is to keep you SAAAAAAFE. But how?


They impede travelers who are playing the license plate game.....d'oh!
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#480 Posted:
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dkeage wrote:
They impede travelers who are playing the license plate game.....d'oh!


…. I don’t know what that means.

Apparently, the Big License Plate lobby isn’t as strong a the other Bigs (pharma, oil and division).
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#481 Posted:
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8trackdisco wrote:
What is the danger of a license plate frame? I’m sure it is to keep you SAAAAAAFE. But how?

They often obscure the yearly registration sticker tags and state of issuance, and sometimes have clear plate covers that are an attempt to thwart photo ticket cameras.
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#482 Posted:
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The average baseball in the bigs is in play for only 7 pitches.
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#483 Posted:
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Stogie1020 wrote:
They often obscure the yearly registration sticker tags and state of issuance, and sometimes have clear plate covers that are an attempt to thwart photo ticket cameras.


This is what I was told but I see them all the time. I'm sure it depends on how much of a dink the inspector dude is on that day.
8trackdisco Offline
#484 Posted:
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Fat location matters.

You can be fat anywhere, but fat around the midsection of the body is the most unhealthy place to carry it.
MACS Offline
#485 Posted:
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^That's where alla mine is, too... d'oh!
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#486 Posted:
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A shooting budy sais he and his wife had twins eleven years after his vasectomy! His tubes grew back together over time. The doc check his sperm count was low, but not zero.

d'oh! d'oh! d'oh!
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#487 Posted:
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I'm guessing license plate frames were invented by car dealerships for free advertising...just about every new car I see has a dealer frame around its plates...took me 8 years to change mine
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#488 Posted:
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Haven't had a dealer frame yet that's lasted the night the car came home. Had some decent deals, but none good enough to advertise for them. Though I have offered an advertising fee on 98.2% of the cars I've purchased
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#489 Posted:
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Sunoverbeach wrote:
Haven't had a dealer frame yet that's lasted the night the car came home. Had some decent deals, but none good enough to advertise for them. Though I have offered an advertising fee on 98.2% of the cars I've purchased


+1... that sheit comes off before the motor cools from the drive home.
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#490 Posted:
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Sunoverbeach wrote:
Haven't had a dealer frame yet that's lasted the night the car came home. Had some decent deals, but none good enough to advertise for them. Though I have offered an advertising fee on 98.2% of the cars I've purchased



Not only that, I tell them not to put the dealer sticker or anything with their name on it.
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#491 Posted:
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Gene363 wrote:
A shooting budy sais he and his wife had twins eleven years after his vasectomy! His tubes grew back together over time. The doc check his sperm count was low, but not zero.

d'oh! d'oh! d'oh!


Yeah, that can happen. They use to just cut them. Then in the first decade of the 2000 they started cutting and tying.

When did he get snipped?
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#492 Posted:
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Stogie1020 wrote:
They often obscure the yearly registration sticker tags and state of issuance, and sometimes have clear plate covers that are an attempt to thwart photo ticket cameras.


Ah.
Thanks.
Gene363 Online
#493 Posted:
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In the past I always removed dealer plate surrounds and told them not to put their stickers or logos on my vehicles.

With our current dealership I leave the plate surrounds, an honest dealership is such a rarity they deserve promoting.
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#494 Posted:
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34% of Wisconsinites are obese. We are the 43rd fattest state in the country.

The fattest four are..
#47 North Dakota
#48 Arizona
#49 West Virginia
#50 New Mexico

Wisconsin makes sense. Meat, cheese, beer, duh.
North Dakota, you need extra fat to survive winter.
West Virginia. When there is a catastrophe there, is a slim, fit person ever on camera?

Don't get New Mexico, other than a poorer state with a lot of carb intake.

But..... Arizona? Have been there half a dozen plus times and I don't recall seeing more than a few handfuls of fatties.

Strange.

Zona folks, was I spending too much time on Mill Street in Tempe? Do the methheads in Kingman actually gain weight?





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#495 Posted:
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I can assure you, there's a lot of fat f*cks out here. Every time I go to Walmart, I have to check to make sure I didn't enter a bariatrics center.

Grocery stores? Fruit and veggie section always has lots of arm room, soda and chip section? Not so much.

If you see someone in a truck that's taller than Andre the Giant? They're probably a 4 x 4 (little fat man syndrome).

If you ever go out to the dunes... you be like, how tf beach whales get way tf out here?

There's no diving in swimming pools after lunch till the pool fills back up or the people get back in.

This is America, the most gluttonous country ever! And Arizona is one of the most American .. you can tell this by looking at all the XXX sleeves with an American flag on them...

Oh... if you dear reader are one of them, I know you think Under Armour is the good guy... they're not, you shouldn't buy their sh*t, they aren't what you think they are... stick with Nike or Adidas for your athletic wear needs... oh and never buy their shoes, their shoes are trash.
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#496 Posted:
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I'm a Puma guy myself
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#497 Posted:
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Knowledge recently Acquired: Cape Cod Cranberry Dry soda is pretty good (its a regional soft drink from Polar Beverages). Making a gallon of cranberry juice takes about 4,400 cranberries.

Knowledge not recently acquired
: WI produces more than half of the worlds cranberries.

"At 4.64 million barrels [in 2021], Wisconsin cranberry production blew the No. 2 state out of the water: Massachusetts with 2.055 million barrels."

https://www.jsonline.com/story/life/food/2021/09/14/fun-facts-cranberries-wisconsin-worlds-top-producer/5713336001/

Maybe we should retire the cheese head moniker and replace it with Cran Heads. Cranberry infused cheese... I think we have a thing here, just need some venture capitol money to get it the ball rolling.
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#498 Posted:
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I'd bet $1 per barrel that cranberry cheese is out there somewhere on the market. Considering I found Carolina Reaper cheese in WI a couple weeks ago, I figure you'll mix just about anything into a block
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#499 Posted:
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Is this the new 500?
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#500 Posted:
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Because if it is... I think I won.

Fi-fookin-hunnert!
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