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|1 day 10 hours ago||I love those threads||
when I wake up in the middle of the night to pee and can't shut my mind back off to get back to sleep those threads are better than Xanax
|5 days 10 hours ago||I have||
18 of his rookie cards. Yes please retire his number. maybe they'll be worth $4 each then
|1 week 1 day ago||I can still hear||
that goddamn clown laughing at me
|5 weeks 10 hours ago||Born there||
Havent been back since. Well, when i was 12 my cousin and I used to ride bikes over there from his house in Berkley and oogle the cars in the Doctors parking lot. There was a Testarossa that gave me a funny feeling in my shorts
|11 weeks 5 days ago||Being that I live in Ohio||
I had the chance to see LeBron's SVSM team when he was a senior in high school. LeBron and his teammates grew up together and basically considered each other brothers. Those guys LOVED playing with each other and they were essentially indomitable.
|11 weeks 6 days ago||Not stadium mustard||
Bertman's Ballpark mustard. Only found in Cleveland, I believe. Stadium mustard is garbage
|12 weeks 4 days ago||Irregardless||
for all intensive purposes we know what he was trying to say
|12 weeks 4 days ago||you know||
I was feeling all full of myself because we have 3 rescues in my house, but EYB and his Wife (who sounds like a fantastic person) probably have a barn full. The world needs more good people like that. My hat's off to them
|12 weeks 4 days ago||Im thinking||
Staple his nutsack to the floor, using one of those industrial T-50 staplers
|12 weeks 4 days ago||all i have to ask||
is Dafuq is wrong with people? Some days I really feel guilty for bringing a child into this steaming pile of "humanity"
|13 weeks 7 hours ago||when I was little||
I thought his name was Roscoe Picotrane. Also, a little later in life my Parents bought a Bassett Hound puppy and I campaigned for his name to be Flash (my sister won, and he was named Crawford) That is all I have to share. RIP Mr. Best
|13 weeks 6 days ago||rated||
5 fakes out of 5
|14 weeks 4 days ago||wow where did you find that gif||
I remember that cartoon...something about a youth gymastics team that traveled around and got into hijinx. Mr T. was their bodyguard/ van driver and their chaperone was Mrs. Tisby. For the life of me I cant remember the name of the cartoon though
|14 weeks 4 days ago||unless Jerry Van Dyke||
is coming back, I'm afraid it wont be close to what it was. I loved that show, but it was mor about the cast of characters than Hayden Fox himself. Im cautiously optimistic.
|16 weeks 3 days ago||just curious||
what is the general state of the Lions fanbase these days? Is the torch and pitchfork crew out to get Mayhew? Is Caldwell still too fresh to be under scrutiny? Is there truth to the rumors that some of the guys in the locker room don't think Stafford works hard enough/ he is coddled by the front office?
Im a Browns fan, and Lord knows we have plenty of our own issues, so I am by no means trying to point fingers and laugh. I am honestly curious. Since half of my family lives in Michigan, I guess you could say the Lions are my 1b NFL team. The Browns certainly dont have my attention right now, what with their ongoing impression of a hibernating bear, so what say Ye, Lions fans?
|16 weeks 6 days ago||but wait||
what about your maserati that goes 185? Oh thats right, you lost your license, now you dont drive, hence the limo. Pardon me
|16 weeks 6 days ago||My answers to your survey||
1- Network Administration/ IT support
2- 13 year old F-150. Its paid for, and dependable
3- None at all. And if there was "pressure" from my peers, Id stop talking to them
|17 weeks 3 days ago||Al Gore||
now Im not a denier and I definitely think that corporations are tearing this planet out from underneath all of us in the name of the almighty dollar, but there is no denying Al Gore has a stake in a number of "green" companies and stands to make a metric fuckton of money out of this.
Just like no one gave a shit about drinking and driving until there was enough money behind MADD to make politicians nervous, so it will be here. The golden rule is whoever has the money (or stands to make the most) makes the rules, or is at least keenly interested in how they're worded when they are made.
The system is bought and paid for, and we're all screwed.
|19 weeks 10 hours ago||other than the fact||
that they made way too big of a deal about this (they should've just done the updated logo the same day they rolled out the new uniforms), this doesn't really move the needle all that much. Whoop-dee-doo. Maybe they might try, you know, winning more often than they lose one season.
|19 weeks 4 days ago||if I had||
any musical ability other than being able to blow like the wind into a kazoo, I would start a band and name it "Banhammers". Then I'd act all indignant and insulted when someone called us "The Banhammers".
|20 weeks 6 days ago||in a perfect world, sure||
unfortunately, in the real world, there often come times where even though there is a method of operations in place, and "service level agreements" that we all must adhere to, management will tell you to ignore those agreements in an effort to improve their bottom line. My example came from my time in the mortgage industry where I was a loan processor. Generally we had to have certain items for a file to be submitted to underwriting (paystubs, W-2's, signed disclosures), but at the end of the month, when the sales managers were pushing to try and make their numbers as shiny as possible, the rules were tossed out the window, and exceptions would be made in the name of expedience.
Then when you take a sick day and they want to let you go, they forget all of the things they told you, and say things like "you're performance has really fallen off lately, you've been submitting incomplete files to underwriting..." and they know that you cant really afford to hire a lawyer and fight it.
Best part of that was they tried to block my unemployment and the State hammered them. In the decision handed down they were told that "generalizations without any specific evidence" were not "acceotable forms of proof" and also that "it seemed" to the Deptartment of Job and Family Services "that the employer was attempting to compile documentation post ipso facto to support a decision which was pre-determined". So, that was awesome.
Also, with my last physical paycheck, somehow only the stub got mailed to me, so I had to go to the office and pick up my last check (and of course, I had to wait until the next week, which caused some heartburn with the bills I had set up on auto pay). The HR person I spoke to (smaller company, less than 100 employees) told me that she saw the Sales manager who didnt like me (he was the kind of guy who thought going to church on Sunday meant he could be the douchiest of douch bros the other 6 days of the week) fiddling with the checks the week before, but she didnt think anything of it. Essentially, he pulled my check off of the stub just to screw with me and make things more difficult. Again, not worth hiring a lawyer.
So, if you've never had a bad job like this, just be grateful
|20 weeks 6 days ago||sure, sounds great||
if you have a good job with a good company and a boss who isn't a dick. Some of us don't have that luxury (I do now, but Ive been at jobs where you feel like any absence at all could lead to your ouster. I've seen it happen. Hell, it happened to me, and they laid me off the day after I took my 3rd sick day in 4 years, knowing that I was saving for a wedding 5 months in the future)
So yeah, yeah, we're looking for a gold star. Maybe you just need to be thankful you haven't had the pleasure of having to work in such an environment.
|20 weeks 6 days ago||I rarely got sick||
until I had a kid who got to be old enough to go to pre-school. Now at least once a month or so, someone has something. I swear it might be a better idea to let the kid grow up eating boogers
|21 weeks 2 days ago||what does||
Danny DeVito have to do with this?
(I know....you meant Alex Reiger)
|21 weeks 2 days ago||they never||
got out of the maize. They're still bouncing around the room somewhere under a divided sky with Esther, Fee and his Golgi apparatus
|21 weeks 3 days ago||supposably||
all of the sudden Weber found out that for all intensive purposes Urban was being rebellion
|21 weeks 6 days ago||first rule of MGoPoints||
is that you never talk about MGoPoints
|22 weeks 4 days ago||needs MOAR||
grip it and rip it. He's become waaaaay too technical over the years, thinking he should be able to control the golf ball the way we can when we have controllers in our hands. It's just not possible. He's thinking too much, trying to be too perfect. He just needs to go out there and "Nuke LaLoosh" it. One of the best things my golf coach ever told me was that I needed to stop "paralysis by analysis" trust my game and "see ball, hit ball". ESPECIALLY with the short game. The short game is more of a feel than anything else. If you're specnding too much time in between your own ears, you'll be spending a lot of time swearing after chunked shots.
He should ease up and try and have some fun. Quit worrying about the major record. He has enough money to last 100 lifetimes. He should go out there and play with "house money" because at least then if he shoots an 82, he can have a sense of humor about it.
|24 weeks 6 days ago||that play||
NEVER missed...probably because there were 3 distinct levels to the routes, and it was impossible to cover them all
|24 weeks 6 days ago||I remember that day||
like it was yesterday. Was a great day for me for a number of reasons, and the game was a big part of it. If only the refs in the Nabraska-Mizzou game had the stones to call that kicked pass in the end zone, it may have been the best (non birth of child) day ever