casaledana

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I've never been close to catching a ball but I've only been to two progames in my life. I love the second to last when that little kid snatches the ball right out of the air in front of the hot blond. To hot to slow.
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He travels with the costume and go's to random hospitals and does the Jack Sparrow  for the kids. All though this may have been more related to the corporate PR appearance, they do pay him a lot for the movies. And isn't there a new one coming out this or next year?
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Gerry1of1 Your right about that study's have shown that in many abuse cases (about half)(usually verbal abuse) its the women and not the man doing the abuse and that in many cases where the man is the abuser the women has purposely pushed the man until he just breaks, not saying that it is ok to hit a man or a women in these cases but the women is way more involved than generally accepted, In Florida some years back it became standard procedure to arrest both party's when domestic violence  is suspected.   
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Not knocking The Simpsons I love there show, but in 615 shows they have to get some predictions right, even the clairvoyants are right sometimes. Loved the dog on his head.
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Unless I missed it they did not say how long they have been in this cohabitation, but if I remember my stats right these kind of arrangements usually end with two of the partners slowly pushing one out, and its a fairly high percentage. that does not mean this will end this way, but polygamy is not the same only the man has sex with each one of the wives and only on a rotation type deal and not in groups.
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fancylad Actually my first thought was that the two women look very much alike skin tone and some size differents aside  but the faces are very much alike.
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All I know about rock music is what I like and what I don't.
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I'm 62 years old I lived in California as a youth and as a service man in L.A and just north of San Francisco in Petaluma, All before 1975,  Berkeley has been a bastion of liberalism for as long as I can remember, there may be many conservatives there but there voice has been squashed for many years.
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I'm sorry I don't understand how Trump who said that he will fund the subsidies, and the Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer shot it down, with snark, it seams to me that its the Democrats that want to let old and poor people die just to prove they can make the majority party cowtow to there wish, not to protect our borders and fulfill the Governments obligations to fulfill there constitutionally mandated requirement to protect the American borders and people. Talk about spin. (Chuck Schumer) stomping his little feet "YOU WILL NOT FUND SUBSIDIES UNLESS YOU DO AS I SAY!!!!!!!"
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The real losers are the dolphin huggers and well the dolphin. And if the gov. wants dolphin free tuna just stop importing from countries that don't comply. Oh ya NAFTA
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Violent shaking aside, head to head contact would be my worry.
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How long does it take to recharge and where will it do it. This is to cool though.
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The only person in these photos that should not be there is Hillary. Your just mad fancylad  because there's not one of your limousine liberals to be seen.
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  Nuclear Energy!!!!!!!!    Oh my god my face is melting and I glow in the dark, well I always glowed in the dark so may be that's not Nuclear Energy.
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what a suprize
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 nothing lost exept poor Mr. Robert Godwin, wrong place right time.
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nothing lost
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The down loading of our memaries may not be as far off as you think they are already hooking up artifice limbs to the nervous  system, and the brain machine link is coming they are already able to in a very basic way down load your dreams. May be in our life times we will see phones and such linked directly to our brain threw a sensor cap, or even a Matrix plug. eXistenZ, are we still in the game.
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Only 36?????????? I hope that they at least did a job on the tunnel system.
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normalfreak2 What is your point that we should not develop new weapons that fit out needs? Now that it is developed the cost will drop dramatically.
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thething911 Ok I admit that I made a small mistake in my narrative but there is a nicer way to say it you dick. And the other two artillery warheads you mentioned have never been used in anger. So most people would have know idea that they even exist and would be comparing the nuclear reverence to the two known bombs.
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thezigrat  O yes so juice, tender and tasty  
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The bomb was dropped on a ISIS strong hold with any where from 600 to 700 combatants. The area was saturated with tunnels and training areas. This would have collapsed the tunnels, a bad way to die but they cut off the heads of people and show it on Utube. Who things that the people that survived will think twice about going on in there fight? And talking about it in the same sentence as a nuclear bomb is a little propaganda the MOAB is the equivalent of 11 tons of TNT and the Hiroshima bomb was 15 thousand tons of TNT, so using them in the same sentence is a little misleading on destructive power.
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daegog What are the odds that it will save lives which is why it was used.
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If it were not for the alligator killing horses we would be up to our asses in alligators.