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  1. legalize weed outlaw credit outlaw insurance
  2. I didn't believe you so I checked the standings. He is 21 which is close enough. Since there are 43, he is officially upgraded to mediocre.
  3. D&D was pulling me back in with Baldur's Gate and Baldur's Gate II PC games, but the one's since haven't been as entertaining.
  4. Graduates of which can advance to the Michael Waltrip School of less than mediocre driving ha ha
  5. Is the existance of an air base in doubt? If we're talking 50's I think its the Koreans and no it seems things haven't been settled yet. I also heard we are paying to help Detroit think up good ideas for their abandonded ex Tiger stadium, another good use of federal money instead of Detroit money.
  6. Ohio's 15 year SOL = no thanks I would move to KS, my wife wouldn't, so here we are arguing about why she would make spaghetti without any bread to go with it....
  7. False, I like it fruity eh, you said stiff TNP has been a bad girl
  8. The US flagged liberty has since been attacked. Looks like that prophecy was as off as the first one ("If he were not president, the pirates would never have even attempted to hijack a US flagged ship").
  9. fire department http://www.mcclatchydc.com/254/story/65314.html It was adding the adjective "detention" to camp that makes it bs.
  10. The FEMA camp bs was made up by Linda Thompson of the same anti government group which produced such outstanding citizens as Timothy McVeigh. No truth to it.
  11. They are on a fast track to economic power and dominance, not necessarily democracy. At least the stimulus funds are going towards real federal government responsibilities such as roads and rural fire departments instead of areas that would fall under state responsibilities such as national defense related manufacturing jobs.
  12. I guess some people don't have a sense of humor, this NASCAR joke had to be withdrawn and an apology issued http://msn.foxsports.com/nascar/story/9409550?MSNHPHCP&GT1=39002 A good April Fool's Day story makes a reader think, "Is this true?" A bad one this year forced one magazine to yank a story from its Web site and issue an apology. Automotive publication Car and Driver did just that after "reporting" on April Fool's Day that the White House told GM and Chrysler they would have to shut down their NASCAR programs. "In a move sure to spark outrage, the White House announced today that GM and Chrysler must cease participation in NASCAR at the end of the 2009 season if they hope to receive any additional financial aid from the government," said the publication's fake story. "A complete withdrawal from America's premier racing series is expected to save more than $250 million between GM and Chrysler, a substantial amount considering the drastic measures being implemented elsewhere." The site later pulled its story and replaced it with a page that read, "Car and Driver has a proud tradition of April Fool's Day jokes stretching back 30 years. We regret if this year's went too far." NASCAR and the car companies in question had no official comment. "I've been in this business more than 30 years and I have never seen a story so irresponsible," Denny Darnell, a public relations representative for Dodge's NASCAR program, said in a personal statement. The hoax was posted at a particularly contentious time for the two American car manufacturers. Both have received billions of dollars in aid from the U.S. government and are currently evaluating ways to cut costs, which could alter or put an end to many of their contracts, including their NASCAR deals. And a day before the hoax, GM CEO Rick Wagoner resigned from his post due to pressure from the White House.
  13. http://www.avo.alaska.edu/volcanoes/volcact.php?volcname=Redoubt&page=images&eruptionid=610 Photos of the current eruptions
  14. Look for the "x" at the bottom of the page. That's how they signed their name back then when they didn't know how to spell it.
  15. Yep, he's gone. Too bad, he showed a lot of promise in the beginning.