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Old 12-13-2015, 01:27 PM   #13105
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Old 12-14-2015, 11:24 AM   #13106
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So, you can beat a dead horse, but can't put down a helpless thread.
It seems the Girl and Navy have got you buffaloed.


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Old 12-14-2015, 11:39 AM   #13107
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So, you can beat a dead horse, but can't put down a helpless thread.
It seems the Girl and Navy have got you buffaloed.


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All this here proves is that you can't lead a dead horse to water, no matterin how hard you try.
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Old 12-14-2015, 02:59 PM   #13109
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So, you can beat a dead horse, but can't put down a helpless thread.
It seems the Girl and Navy have got you buffaloed.


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Old 12-14-2015, 06:43 PM   #13110
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I think the line is blurred between Killers and NNDG'ers. There are very few who want to be called NNDG. Killer is a much better nick name.
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Where did they go, where did they go.....
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Old 12-15-2015, 09:22 PM   #13112
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Where did they go, where did they go.....
24 hours, well I guess we know where Ted lines up!
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Old 12-15-2015, 09:26 PM   #13113
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24 hours, well I guess we know where Ted lines up!
Says the one who awoke it after 3 days with this informative piece of intel:

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Nobody means to kill a thread.... It just happens when an answer is either so detailed and technical... or I suppose it could be so stupid, that there is no correct response. Your choice.

Have you ever seen those signs that say "Blind Drive Ahead"? I'm all for equality, but should blind people be allowed to drive? Sometime we go too far with this equality thing. Blind people can do most things anybody else can do, but I wouldn't hire one as a bus driver. I had a co-worker that was blind and he did his job very well (better than most), but when we went to lunch, I drove. 'Nuf said.

I choose stupid... I never was good at that detailed technical stuff.
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Nobody means to kill a thread.... It just happens when an answer is either so detailed and technical... or I suppose it could be so stupid, that there is no correct response. Your choice.

Have you ever seen those signs that say "Blind Drive Ahead"? I'm all for equality, but should blind people be allowed to drive? Sometime we go too far with this equality thing. Blind people can do most things anybody else can do, but I wouldn't hire one as a bus driver. I had a co-worker that was blind and he did his job very well (better than most), but when we went to lunch, I drove. 'Nuf said.

I choose stupid... I never was good at that detailed technical stuff.
Nobel Fail.
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Nobody means to kill a thread.... It just happens when an answer is either so detailed and technical... or I suppose it could be so stupid, that there is no correct response. Your choice.

Have you ever seen those signs that say "Blind Drive Ahead"? I'm all for equality, but should blind people be allowed to drive? Sometime we go too far with this equality thing. Blind people can do most things anybody else can do, but I wouldn't hire one as a bus driver. I had a co-worker that was blind and he did his job very well (better than most), but when we went to lunch, I drove. 'Nuf said.

I choose stupid... I never was good at that detailed technical stuff.
Larry that's why we tax payers spend millions on the highways putting in rumple strips to aid those blind drivers!
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Larry that's why we tax payers spend millions on the highways putting in rumple strips to aid those blind drivers!
They also help you stay in your lane when you're taking naps...
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