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DocWard last won the day on July 31 2019

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About DocWard

  • Birthday 02/14/1966

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    Shooting, building models, camping, enjoying time with my family.

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  1. One from Rush (with Aimee Mann) that I didn't appreciate until I got older. "Children growing up, old friends growing older."
  2. I haven't had my morning coffee this morning, so I will try to be polite. I'm fine with someone having an opinion, but in those cases where you want to express it, perhaps you should learn to be a bit more polite about it, especially when it should be obvious you might be insulting others (You might have figured it from my previous comment). Anyone here who thought Limbaugh had anything to do with this should crawl out from their cultural rock more often. I was introduced to the band Rush long before some guy by the last name of Limbaugh hit the scene. I'm glad you avoided them for the extent of their career, because you simply wouldn't have understood. In large part, Neil Peart, their drummer and lyricist wrote the soundtrack of my adolescence and much of my adulthood. Geddy Lee's vocals aren't everyone's cup of tea by a long shot, but the musical talent of the band is difficult to deny. I could go on, but I will end by saying I was at work with customers waiting when I found out Peart had died of a rare brain cancer. It was like a punch in the gut, because of the importance of their music in my life. So, no, I need not show my hand out of cluelessness. If I did raise it, it would probably be an inappropriate gesture, and I try to avoid that. I need coffee.
  3. Somewhere, at some point in time, some announcer probably said OFFense and said DEfense immediately after to differentiate, and your sleepless night has him to thank.
  4. https://www.facebook.com/hugormdk/videos/779156166208132
  5. An elderly man accidentally crashes into an expensive car. The owner of the expensive car jumps out and angrily confronts the old man, saying, "Give me $10,000 cash or I will beat you to a pulp!!!" The elderly man steps back, responding, "Hold on, Sir, I don't have that much money, but let me call my son, he trains dolphins." With shaking hands the man dials his son, and as he is about to speak, the owner of the expensive car yanks the phone out of his hand and says, "So you train dolphins? Well your father just hit and damaged my car! You bring me $10,000 dollars or I'm going to beat the snot out of him and you both!" The son answers, "OK, give me fifteen minutes and I'll be there." In exactly fifteen minutes the son pulls up in a Jeep, and four men jump out and beat the owner of the expensive car to a pulp. Meanwhile, the son walks over to his father and says, "Dad, I train Navy SEALS, not dolphins."
  6. What? The student is right! Well, along with a little help from Pye Dubois
  7. If someone were trying to force me to got to Walmart, I might give 'em a buck just to keep out.
  8. Well, yes, but not while he was "in" Hollywood.
  9. Call it linguistic drift, linguistic evolution, or modern slang. It doesn't matter so much what you call it, it is the equivalent of what in my younger years would have been called "taking her to school." Meaning, he "educated" her. Often this would occur to the schoolee's embarrassment. It could mean intellectually, or physically, such as when a better basketball player shows up a rival. In the above clip, she came to the mic woefully unprepared, having not checked the document for such quotes as she alleged. I'm guessing she wrote what she wanted to say in Notes on her phone, instead of having it for some sort of information. Otherwise, she would have been able to check and have more direct quotes (and know she was wrong). While he was correct in calling her argument fallacious, I agree he didn't do a very good job of rebutting it, instead playing to the crowd. It would have been simple to say "check the Constitution, where it only mentions 'Indian tribes' and 'Indians not taxed.' It otherwise doesn't mention race at all, not even in the Three-Fifths Compromise." He could have gone on to say that the Constitution does bar religious tests to hold office, meaning a person can hold office regardless of their religious preference.
  10. For the tools I mentioned, the 40v. I have plenty of their 18v as well, including a hedge trimmer
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