One Of My Very Own
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Monarchy: One of the worse examples of "Cause we've always done it that way" I have ever seen.
ON THE COMMENT SECTION
Let's imagine that you get a phone call at your home and when you answer it you say, "Hi, what can I do for you?"
And the voice on the other end is distorted so you can't even tell if it's a man or a woman and it says, "You are a stupid asshole."
You laugh a little and say, "Who is this?"
The voice on the other end says, "I'm not going to tell you and there is no way you can find out. And you are an ignorant creep who doesn't want to make America great again."
You say, "Ah, come on. Tell me who you are."
The voice says, "Ha! You will never find out. And you are a communist who only wants to destroy this country."
"Are you trying to be funny?" I ask.
"No, I am much smarter than you because I don't fall for the bullshit the scientists tell us to do. I did my research!"
Question: Would you hang up on the caller?
Well, that's how I feel when I'm verbally assaulted in an anonymous comment. So, I'm toying with the idea of banning all anonymous comments. I am pretty sure I'm just being trolled anyway by a teenage boy in the basement of his parent's house, but maybe if I stop posting the little prick's comments he will stop.
I think fair is fair. I put my name on my comments so I think you should also. Let me know your feelings on this matter.
I was always very good at spotting plot holes in the bible. As but a lad I would ask if there were bodies of the drowned littering the ground when the Ark landed. I asked how Noah retrieved and returned the kangaroos to Australia. And then I asked about Moses turning his rod into a snake. The bible states that in response the Pharoh's priests turned their rods into snakes also. I asked, "So, the Pharoh's priests also performed a miracle?" I was told no that the priests just did a magic trick and it was not a miracle. I pressed the attack. "And Moses did a magic trick."
"No, Moses performed a miracle."
You can probably guess my response.
I was told that I was not allowed - ALLOWED! - to ask such questions. And that answer made this child very angry.
Bubble machine gun.
And it even elevates!
Can anyone tell me the advantages of this type of treadmill?
How the hell did it learn how to do that? Maybe raised with dogs?
Every potter has toyed with gargoyle-like figurines. I know I did. I've just never seen so many in one place.
This is a magnificent pot I bought from the best potter I've ever seen - my friend Zach.
Of late I have been thinking about the elaborate all-consuming efforts people endure not to die. And nowadays many people won't even wear a mask to guard themselves against an airborne pathogen and/or take a free life-saving vaccine. Puzzling that.
And then these same people will get sick and rush to the same health professionals and demand that they use their science to save their lives.
EVERY man needs one of those!
I think that an apron of the surrounding floor should move with the table so the player doesn't have to reorient himself with every shot.
Ron Howard on a potato
Cableway for cows in the Swiss alps
I can only assume they are being lifted up to high pasture land. Anybody?
When you're the man who gets to collapse a thousand-foot high radio tower:
I knew a guy who erected those. They have a climbing crane that inches up with them section by section.
This phenomenon could be explained like this:
"These are beech trees(Fagus). The larger one has advanced beech bark disease. When this happens beach trees propagate from their root system due to the stress. This new tree (the smaller one on the left) became mature before the parent tree died. Once the branches from the new tree grew into contact with the main trunk of the parent tree, the rubbing action would create a wound on the trunk and branch where contact is made. Beech has thin bark and bc these trees are probably genetically identical their cambium layers could easily fuse at the wound site creating a kind of graft. Both trees (really just a single tree actually) now pass water and nutrients back and forth through these fused sites. Really neat and while uncommon not extremely rare for this species."
I have to confess that I am allergic to cats...but that's not the only reason I hate them.
Yes, I would try to preserve that.
This is rather dated but still kind of funny...
Oh so predictable...
*Clean up your fucking yard.
"Laying brick can't be that hard. I'll do it myself and save some money."
Yep, it is going to happen exactly the way you think it's going to happen...
Luckily he broke his fall with his face.
Did you notice the mats he had placed on the ground to mitigate the anticipated fall...the mats that he missed?
Most people simply stop at "Hypothesis" and act on whatever they feel is right.
Famous last words...<>
Remember when parents would do ANYTHING and EVERYTHING possible to protect their children? Now not so much.
I painted a loading dock on the side of a furniture store in Beaufort, SC, and then years later they built a very unique store complex outside the city. Then they called me in to paint murals on every wall of the new store.
This is a door treatment as part of a wall depicting the marshes.
BTW: I was told that many people walked up to ring that bell.