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RE: How come no Liberals are here!


It would be nice to see Regina in here as well, I will work on a couple of posters I think will join 

 

it would be nice to get more libs

 

Is falcon still a member?



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Yes Falcon is still on here, but hasn't been by in awhile. 

I agree, Ragina would be a very nice addition to the forum! Her great advice with regards to Zion, Utah was very helpful! 

Love to see her in here, even if we did butt heads more often than not! lol



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I highly doubt it... Cinnabunz has had me blocked for several years and City wouldn't piss on me to put out a fire...

But maybe Muldoon and Cup will join us? Also like to see Louie, Sammy, Sadie, and a few others.


 

I didn't want to say this in the Stellar007 moniker, but some reliable sources have confirmed that Citylights01 and Cinnamonhaze were the handle aka Scarred and tattooed...

Just an FYI..

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blade wrote:

Remember years ago when cars were very much alike?  I mean, take GM, for example.  A Pontiac, Chevy, Oldsmobile, or Buick could all have their own model of car, but they would all look vaguely similar.  Bodies by Fisher.  Virtually all interchangeable parts.  Hell, a guy could get off cheap finding parts at the boneyard!


 I remember that. My dad had a franchise and was a mechanic at a Sinclair gas station. I used to go to work with him and tune up the carburetors. The good ole days until libs broke up father and daughter work together day. When I got older I had a 1968 Olds 98 he helped me with. Loved that big old boat....LOL

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Stellar007 wrote:

It seems to come and go, did you use a link for your photo?

I uploaded mine but if you're using a link to a photo that may be why it's intermittent.. 


 This one is a link. The previous one with popcorn flipping the bone was uploaded, the watermelon was uploaded.



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lOl!

Classic! 

Makes me want a drink and it's only noon!



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Pepper1162 wrote:
blade wrote:

Remember years ago when cars were very much alike?  I mean, take GM, for example.  A Pontiac, Chevy, Oldsmobile, or Buick could all have their own model of car, but they would all look vaguely similar.  Bodies by Fisher.  Virtually all interchangeable parts.  Hell, a guy could get off cheap finding parts at the boneyard!


 I remember that. My dad had a franchise and was a mechanic at a Sinclair gas station. I used to go to work with him and tune up the carburetors. The good ole days until libs broke up father and daughter work together day. When I got older I had a 1968 Olds 98 he helped me with. Loved that big old boat....LOL

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-- Edited by Pepper1162 on Tuesday 8th of May 2018 05:42:11 AM


 

They don't make em' like that anymore! Love them old school full size sedans in convertible trim! So much open air and lots of room!

That's a nice looking car Pepper, do you guys still have it in the family?



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The Snowflake lounge has been closed and this one and only thread contained within it has been moved to the DH forum.

The kind offer to have a select few liberals moderate their own forum, aka "safe space" has now officially expired.

 



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Libs need a somewhat modded site so they can shut down free speech, this is not that place! Ha free speech baby! They hate it

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At least I can feel good knowing I tried to offer them everything I could.

I really thought Muldoon was going to at least make an appearance. 



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Maybe all them liberals really were trying to find a date! LOL



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Good luck to them. They need it

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DH had some good liberals that could take a beaten! Lol

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They put the FUN in dysfunctional.



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