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3.5 grams, good grief 6 comments
notdeadyet · 22 weeks ago
milligrams
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Robert Smalls 5 comments
notdeadyet · 24 weeks ago
Also: bought the house he lived in as a slave. Accepted as house guest the widow of his old owner who had developed dementia and didn't know it wasn't her house anymore.
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When the problem is more than mathematical 4 comments
notdeadyet · 28 weeks ago
And how do you swim away from a pond?
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When the problem is more than mathematical 4 comments
notdeadyet · 28 weeks ago
And how do you swim
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Kindly ignore the man behind the curtain 3 comments
notdeadyet · 33 weeks ago
Doesn't mean they will pay that. Most likely they will negotiate it down to $87. And by the way they did it you think you got a bargain.
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Metric 1 comments
notdeadyet · 37 weeks ago
And a two liter bottle of coke.
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Who rents p*rn? 4 comments
notdeadyet · 37 weeks ago
Hmm. 73 at $5.99 came to $789? Not with my math.
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Are masks still a political issue at this point? Asking for a friend 5 comments
notdeadyet · 38 weeks ago
And it is Georgia, so the idiot candidate won. Bigly.
It has been a hell of a year...In the best ways possible 5 comments
notdeadyet · 50 weeks ago
Congrats! Keep it up and show us the 5 year chit when you get it.
Crazy 7 comments
notdeadyet · 51 weeks ago
I noticed that they had to weld two saws together to get one big enough to cut that down.
*breaks it anyway* 3 comments
notdeadyet · 1 year ago
The old screw in light bulb fixtures and bulbs in the NYC subway were custom made for them and the bulbs screwed in in the opposite direction as regular bulbs to prevent theft.
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When movers excel at Tetris 2 comments
notdeadyet · 1 year ago
Didn't realize at first the red stripes are rope holding it all in; thought it was part fo the fabric design.
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Still on patrol 3 comments
notdeadyet · 1 year ago
Does that mean the sailors' families continue to receive their active duty pay or (more likely) that they are denied survivor benefits?
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I was totally shock 3 comments
notdeadyet · 1 year ago
You are never in traffic, you are traffic.
This man dives 1 comments
notdeadyet · 1 year ago
And that essentially ended his swimming career. He brought up almost twice that many but they didn't all survive....A true hero.
Explain plz!! 28 comments
notdeadyet · 1 year ago
The first refrigerators were made by the Frigidaire division of GM (first car with A/C also). Note that in the UK a vacuum cleaner is typically called a hoover (but this may change to Dyson over time).
Visiting his wife with Alzheimers during Corona 1 comments
notdeadyet · 1 year ago
Very sweet, but they should probably close her window.
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Carry a jackass you know on your back today! 2 comments
notdeadyet · 1 year ago
Nice but not true. Look it up on snopes (can't post urls in comments): 'soldier carrying donkey' is from the Algerian war in 1958 and the donkey was too weak to walk and was being rescued.
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Build each other up, consistently 1 comments
notdeadyet · 1 year ago
And I hope you return the favor, thank them for welcoming her into your life, say how great she is for you and for them, and how much better life is now with her in it for you all.
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Hmm...I mean, I'd buy it 5 comments
notdeadyet · 1 year ago
Do you mean the Man-a-tea?
An honest review of grocery pickup service 2 comments
notdeadyet · 1 year ago
lb looks like 1 b. So yeah, one bean.
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Mature 6 comments
notdeadyet · 1 year ago
Time to read Officer Buckle and Gloria.
Horse's ass 4 comments
notdeadyet · 1 year ago
And the reason we all don't speak German these days is that Russian rail uses a different gauge and the German army could not just roll straight on through in WW2.
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Meat the new cat, Potato 10 comments
notdeadyet · 1 year ago
Looks like he's seen some shit in his short time on earth.
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Not normal 18 comments
notdeadyet · 1 year ago
Having no insurance and saving that $500 a month is good economics until you actually have something happen. My son needed a month in the icu. Covered the deductible and copay maximum in a few hours or maybe minutes. By the time he got out our insurance had covered a few hundred K. My house has never burned down but fire insurance still seems like a reasonable thing to have.
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