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Man, that was uncomfortable. Almost as uncomfortable as blood clots or a heart attack.
Guy Behind Her: Hold this sign up or else!
Well, at least it was good and long. Would be very disappointed with a little toot.
Almost like 'the storm is upon us'
We really need this comment on a T-shirt.
Need to put this on a T-shirt
Probably first of the month test. Fairly normal (but that don't mean there's not some crazy stuff going on around here).
Well, one girl had lots of sex but didn't change to color - that happened when she read a book, the guy from the diner changed when he saw an art book and started painting. The main character changed when he defended his mother from a bunch who were going to assault her and his father turned when he admitted he loved his wife. Then the mayor (?) turned when he lost his temper.
Everyone in the movie is a lefty. It was made 20 yrs ago and the red pill movement wasn't even a thing, at least as we see it today.
And it encouraged eating a hearty breakfast (though no one changed into color from that).
Who names their kid "Robinette"?
Should sticky this.
We had a gathering?
Buy all the hard stuff you can but be prepared to store it effectively and be willing to protect it. And don't be telling everyone and their brother about it.
Right on, stock up on lead. Just in case they try to come take my silver.
This is solidadvice. It's ramifications far outweigh politics (and the political issues today are enormous). We all should take some regular time each day to read some of the psalms. Even 5 or 10 minutes at the start of the day can make a noticeable impact. And yes, the TV news is like corrosion on the soul.
Wasn't this the central plot point of a movie with the guy who is married to Phoebe Cates? And the girl from Alien was in it.
Man, that is some good stuff. I needed to hear this today.
Would you recommend?
Poor Rudy walks like his feet hurt.
Source: it's how I walk and my feet hurt.
Sounds like David Limbaugh (Rush's brother).
How could anyone not give this an upvote?!
Yeah, here in the rural west coast it seems most folks are being prepared. No one seems anxious or weirded out. But maybe that's more of a rural mindset. We had big fires last summer and a couple years ago a massive snow wiped out power for weeks.