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I've considered not posting shit, honest 8 comments
lucky11 · 15 hours ago
And churches do have to pay the Non-Ad Valorem tax. This is tax the helps pay for things like the police and fire departments and other local public things like sewage.
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What kind of snake is this 27 comments
lucky11 · 6 days ago
A water moccasin is mean tempered usually so if wasn't cold/cool out and it stayed placid that's a decent indication in and of itself. Not definitive, but good. I hope by now it's been released well away from where you are. In the future if you find a snake like that an easy, relatively safe test is getting a long stick and tapping the ground near the snake. Water moccasins will strike at it showing that lovely distinctive mouth color. Plus side is that regardless of whether it is one or not you can know with some certainty straight away. Be aware though cotton mouths have been known to literally chase people just to attack them. Not something you really want to be playing with if you can avoid it.
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FEMALE!!! 21 comments
lucky11 · 6 days ago
If I could find a legitimate reason for it I'd wear just about anything. However, there are somethings that I'd theoretically be willing to wear that I would never actually wear. A good example is the scarf I bought in Afghanistan. I'd love to wear it but I live in Florida it never gets cold enough to need a scarf. I wear things for two reasons. They're comfortable or I need to because of the weather. Sometimes that even overlaps. Unfortunately, Florida never gets cold enough. I wear shorts 99% of the year because it's just too hot to wear something else.
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What kind of snake is this 27 comments
lucky11 · 1 week ago
Being from Florida that was my first thought on what kind of snake it is. But without knowing where they caught it and what type of area they caught it in ie... woodland, grassy, near water, it's really hard to say with any certainty.
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Theyre very cute 13 comments
lucky11 · 1 week ago
Rollie Pollies
Nintendo character 16 comments
lucky11 · 1 week ago
Steve?
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That can buy you half of a Nintendo game 3 comments
lucky11 · 1 week ago
Well that's true but he also was award the maximum claim Tennessee could give of $1 million with $353,000 up front and the rest as an annuity of $3,350 per month.
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Moments before disaster strikes 1 comments
lucky11 · 1 week ago
That's either another Drill Instructor playing or a moron that's going to wish he was dead. But it will make a good story in a few years for both the moron and the DIs.
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Martin Luther wrote some very unsavory things about Jews in 2 of his later works 3 comments
lucky11 · 1 week ago
Martin Luther did profess to be Catholic until his death. He never had a problem with the majority and most of the 95 Thesis is just him trying to get clarification on why the "Church" said one thing while the bible said another. He also recognized that it was corrupt members of the clergy that cause many of the problems and was completely devastated after his visit to Rome where he got first hand exposure to the corruption.
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Choose your quirk 14 comments
lucky11 · 1 week ago
Turn luck into a tangible characteristic and helplessly absorb people's bad luck if they're me around for more than a half hour.
Think carefully, I *will* judge you 11 comments
lucky11 · 1 week ago
Same.
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Claw machine 1 comments
lucky11 · 1 week ago
Umm... not exactly a hard choice. Call first then take pictures. Help isn't going to teleport instantly to your side. So while you wait you take all the pictures and videos you need to show your friends, your kids friends, your kid's kids, and so on.
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Battlelines? What's a battleline? 2 comments
lucky11 · 1 week ago
Well yes, but mostly no, that depends entirely on the armies, the geographic location, and the year. Celt, Gaul, and Viking armies tended to be more likely to engage one-on-one because they were made up of warriors not soldiers. Even more "developed" countries didn't utilize the pike for a considerable time period.
Pike usage had a big drop off after Alexander the Great and barring a very few showings didn't become a mainstay weapon for armies until about the 15th century. About 900 years or so after the medieval time period began.\
For those interested here's more: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pike_(weapon)
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You didn't read this anyway 3 comments
lucky11 · 1 week ago
I think may be disappointed in myself for knowing exactly who that is.
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Crime is bad, m'kay? 10 comments
lucky11 · 2 weeks ago
People come to Florida and become stupid. We have laws to stop stupid people from themselves and laws made by stupid people.
My world's on fire. How bout yours? 7 comments
lucky11 · 2 weeks ago
That's the way I like it
Photo that became inspiration for Warner Bros. "Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote" 9 comments
lucky11 · 2 weeks ago
I agree mostly, but there are some people that don't lash out without thought when angry. Instead they craft the worst thing they could possibly say to hurt you even if it's a complete lie.
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Come on. ASK 7 comments
lucky11 · 2 weeks ago
ଏହି ଭାଷା ଗୁଗୁଲ୍ ଅନୁବାଦରେ କାହିଁକି ନୁହେଁ?
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Crime is bad, m'kay? 10 comments
lucky11 · 2 weeks ago
Here's a few fun laws still on the books for Florida.
1. In the state of Florida, the law states you must pay for the parking meter if you tie an elephant, goat, or alligator to it.
2. Unmarried women parachuting on Sundays could risk jail time.
3. Publicly singing a swimsuit is illegal.
4. Women who fall asleep under a hairdryer can be fined.
5. Under law, men cannot wear strapless dresses in public. However, the law does not regulate other types of dresses.
6. Florida prohibits parents from selling their children.
7. The law prohibits having sexual relations with a porcupine.
8. It’s against the law to eat any cottage cheese after 6 PM on Sundays. -Tampa Bay
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Crime is bad, m'kay? 10 comments
lucky11 · 2 weeks ago
All crimes are banned but not all bans are crimes, legally speaking. And just because something is illegal doesn't mean it's wrong nor does something being legal make it right.
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Heresy. That's what this is. 11 comments
lucky11 · 2 weeks ago
Exactly, there's just something comforting about reading a favorite book again. There are my favorites I reread at least once a year if not more. While others it's only once every couple of years. Just enough time that the specifics get fuzzy on the later books.
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Do people think 300 pages is long for a book? 11 comments
lucky11 · 2 weeks ago
300 pages is a about 3 hours worth of reading so I don't think it's all that much.
Heresy. That's what this is. 11 comments
lucky11 · 2 weeks ago
I have easily over 300 books and can count on one hand the ones I haven't read. 30 books would even begin to cover the ones I reread every year or so. This definitely does not spark joy.
Wood working, I sure hope it does! 4 comments
lucky11 · 3 weeks ago
That's if you actually wanted to "cut" down a tree. If you just wanted to down a tree just about any hardwood would allow you to beat the tree until it eventually breaks and falls over.
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Wood working, I sure hope it does! 4 comments
lucky11 · 3 weeks ago
Well, yes but also no. Depends entirely on the density of the wood making up the axe and the tree you want to chop down. It'd be a massive pain to do even if you did it right but you could do it. The heartwood of a super dense ironwood tree would need to make up the blade. It'd also have to be huge cause even properly treated it wouldn't hold an edge and you'd have to constantly resharpen it. The tree you cut down would have to be light, probably Balsam or something similar.
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