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This is science 11 comments
guest · 3 years ago
What a Debbie Downer.
Keep looking up 5 comments
guest · 3 years ago
Don't forget, we can also see Uranus.
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Elon Musk might be going crazy 18 comments
guest · 3 years ago
Hank Scorpio -Greatest. Boss. Ever.
Supportive grandma 3 comments
guest · 3 years ago
Or she likes Pink Floyd
Trust fall on a higher level 5 comments
guest · 3 years ago
My dog eats poop. I think that's what is referred to as a fail.
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That's too easy 34 comments
guest · 3 years ago
Just me and my barrel of cash earned from cooking meth.
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Understandable 3 comments
guest · 3 years ago
He was winning titles in the 1980s and the game came out in 1999. So this is a big no.
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I need 6 Flogboggles  11 comments
guest · 3 years ago
3.79 dingmarkles, re-check your math you maple syrup toque wearing slappy.
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10 years goes by quick 8 comments
guest · 3 years ago
And soon to be a distant bad dream. MAGA!
Flight machine broke? 9 comments
guest · 3 years ago
I'd give anything if she would shut her fat yapper. Wah,wah,wah, don't care.
Be american 6 comments
guest · 3 years ago
Bunch of wimps. In my day, we'd got shot every day before breakfast and twice on Saturday.
Don't be mad at me for putting the truth out there 52 comments
guest · 3 years ago
Sooo.... companies built the Web and then want to strangle it to death?
Stereotype breaker 8 comments
guest · 3 years ago
It never went through Congress in the first place, it was voted in by unelected FCC commissioners.
Stereotype breaker 8 comments
guest · 3 years ago
What did we all do up to 2 years ago before it was forced down our throats by Obama? That's right, the net worked for decades without these made up "issues". Pull your little panties out of your posterior.
Stereotype breaker 8 comments
guest · 3 years ago
One day without stupid "net neutrality" and the net is still working. "Gasp!"
It is that time of the year again 2 comments
guest · 3 years ago
Or be like Al Gore - put together a questionable power point and collect an award.
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Truer words have never been spoken 38 comments
guest · 3 years ago
The only bought and paid for shills are the one George Soros paid to fill up comment sections with tripe.
Shit's 'bout to go down! 23 comments
guest · 3 years ago
Oh the irony, accusing gov/corporations of shutting down the Web while doing it themselves.
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Baljeet for Chairman of the FCC 15 comments
guest · 3 years ago
Cry your little liberal eyes out.
AHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!! 23 comments
guest · 3 years ago
You Siros paid shills need to get a life .
My fb has weird things... part 197: hmmmm at least we wear helmet 6 comments
guest · 3 years ago
What's an "actually bomb"?
Reversed popular puffin meme 21 comments
guest · 3 years ago
Plus it was implemented by Obama fiat, not due to any law passed by Congress.
Reversed popular puffin meme 21 comments
guest · 3 years ago
Net neutrality has been around for what, two years? Snowflakes act like it's been around since 1776 and will lose all access if it's dropped. They need to learn that LESS regulation is better, not more.
Savage 10 comments
guest · 3 years ago
He's expected to burn through $10 Billion by the end of the year and has never had a profitable year. Not a winning recipe. He got his car plant for free (old Chevy/Toyota plant) and currently has less overhead than the larger manufacturers which is what keeps him afloat right now. He needs to start delivering cars or he'll end up like DeLorean with a suitcase full of coke.
Cookies! 10 comments
guest · 3 years ago
Peanut Blossoms! I'll be right over!
doo doo todo dora 13 comments
guest · 3 years ago
Swiper ain't gonna be swiping today. Or ever.
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Yosemite National Park 2 comments
guest · 3 years ago
And here I was going to write on how incredible it is to visit there. Well played, Sir.
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This isn’t good 23 comments
guest · 3 years ago
That escalated quickly. Lighten up, Francis.
This isn’t good 23 comments
guest · 3 years ago
As long as they don't delete the porn, who cares?
Special needs 18 comments
guest · 3 years ago
So you're willing to regulate the crap out of the physical operators of the net for something they "might"do. Welcome to the Future Crimes Department! Do you feel the same way about companies such as Apple, Amazon, Micro$oft and Google? They sure as hell are limiting/spying on your activities on the Web but no one seems to bitch about them.
Special needs 18 comments
guest · 3 years ago
The telecoms are the ones who physically built the Internet infrastructure, why are they not allowed to use it as they see fit? If they strangle traffic, alternatives would pop up. You have the freedom to not use their services. You can get by without the Internet. It is possible to live your life without it. Plus, people are acting like it's a pillar of our way of life, set up by Washington, Jefferson, Madison, et al at the founding of our nation.
Special needs 18 comments
guest · 3 years ago
You net neutrality buffoons do realize that this only went into effect in 2015? Remember all of those horrible DECADES when it wasn't? No? Because all it really does is help the Federal Government regulate more of your life.
A vial of fire's choke 7 comments
guest · 3 years ago
These sat in holders on the wall and would drop on the floor if there was a fire. It sucks all of the oxygen out of the room to extinguish the fire. Nasty as hell, my dad has a box of them.
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The fatigue will at least help us sleep - body parts 44 comments
guest · 3 years ago
A big canvas sack of crystal powder arrived the next day. ?? "Lockheed's Skunk Works."
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Posers 15 comments
guest · 3 years ago
Good old fashioned fist fights.
Posers 15 comments
guest · 3 years ago
Books, newspapers, marriage, suburbs, physical stores, gas powered cars, good tasting food with artificial colors & flavors, movies, music. Pretty much everything.
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Legit 2 comments
guest · 3 years ago
I was reading that as hobo girlfriend.
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Mind blow! 8 comments
guest · 3 years ago
Song is "El Paso" and Felina is the girl the protagonist falls in love with but doesn't get.
This knife can't be used in war 73 comments
guest · 4 years ago
The bayonet on the famous/infamous British "Brown Bess" musket of the 1700s used a triangular blade. One of the reasons for the dominance of their armies during that period.