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Loophole LaRue, SASS #51438

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Loophole LaRue, SASS #51438 last won the day on October 22 2019

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  1. Will Geer would have been OK...if only they had tightened up his gun belt and swiveled the holster out of his crotch. LL
  2. Ooooo...Ooooooo.... With the benefit of this historical photograph, clearly demonstrating that Natives carried katanas, does this mean that we can add them to our SASS outfits? I can envision dozens of neat new rules, like (1.) At what angle must the scabbard hang from the belt ? (2.) Must we now incorporate the bushido code into our Rules? (3.) Can "Made in Japan" now appear on equipment and articles of clothing? (4.) Are tea and saki now correct SASS beverages? So many rules, so little time! Konnichi wa, Pardner! LL
  3. Hadn't seen Rio Lobo in some time, so I pulled it up on Amazon and started watching. Got to the scene where John Wayne is in the sheriff's office in Blackthorne, TX, when I noticed a Wanted poster on the wall behind Wayne. One of the posters was for ...Hondo Lane...a character Wayne played in the film Hondo. Neat coincidence, or an inside joke. LL
  4. In the words of the late, great Emily Latella....... "Never mind!"
  5. Were did we get involved with margarine? Cookie butter ain't margarine. LL
  6. If you fly Delta, you are probably familiar with with Lotus European biscuit cookies, sold under the name "Biscoff"; they are served on Delta. I am addicted to those things; bet you can't eat just one (package). Lotus also makes a cookie butter product under the same label, with the same flavor; either smooth or crunchie. Oh, man, cookie butter spread on the same flavor cookie; mmmmmmm.
  7. And on the same Amazon page, also available as an arc... LL
  8. My son has been hunkered down in Chapel Hill since the pandemic began; he got on a plane this morning to head home to Seattle. Sounds like it was none too soon. I lived in Minnesota for awhile during the 1970's; I've heard that freight train sound, and seen approaching funnel clouds. I don't care to hear it or see one again. LL
  9. CR: My Dad gave me a couple of these a few years ago; plain black chrome cases, no maker's name, no marking other than at the charging port. Format and print face of printed instructions suggests China as point of origin. I don't smoke anymore, and the design is not much good for anything other than cigarettes; there is no tall flame, just two electric arcs in a small opening. LL
  10. Well, I still need to know what "not easily" means. "Cannot"???? If not, then it still can. And if it can, (even if not "easily"), then there is still some risk that it will. Problem is, we have no reliable information regarding the extent of that risk. So, until someone can tell me differently, I will still treat it as a real risk, and take appropriate steps to protect myself and my family. Life was easier when government science folks gave us accurate information, rather than politically influenced gobbledy-gook. And I do not believe anything coming from the Congress or the White House; their inability to be truthful is staggering. LL
  11. Or maybe not..... https://www.bostonmagazine.com/news/2015/01/26/wicked-big-stawm-sign-isnt-real/ LL
  12. Pat: You need a new search engine.... I use Duck Duck Go, and the first article associated with the search that you suggested includes the following: The personal qualities of a good citizen include the following: Honesty – tell the truth. Integrity – be morally upright. Responsibility – be accountable for yourself and your actions. Respectfulness – treat others how you want to be treated. Compassion – show fellowship with your compatriots who are down on their luck by volunteering and/or making donations to charities. Kindness – be friendly. Tolerance – be tolerant of other races and religions. Courtesy – be considerate of others. Self-Discipline – have self-control and cultivate the ability to follow through on what you say you’re going to do. Moral Courage – stand up for what you consider to be wrong and defend those who cannot defend themselves. Love of Justice – be fair and ask that others be so as well. Sometimes you need to reflect on the sources of your information. LL
  13. The structures with the gingerbread decoration brought to mind the Martha's Vineyard Camp Meeting Association, in Oak Bluffs on Martha's Vineyard. A striking collection of uniquely designed and decorated cottages, that began as tents as part of the 1800's campground movement, and has grown to hundreds of family owned cottages surrounding a cast iron Tabernacle that serves as the religious and cultural center of the summer community and is now a National Historic Monument. Some great history here: https://www.mvcma.org
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