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Take your upvote for the Patton reference, ya filthy animal.
Browsing GunBroker will turn up a fair number of Trump themed .45 autos, many of which look to be small production runs.
I only saw two gold ones, and both of those were custom jobs. Someone had three in an ugly “burnt bronze” color…
“Okay! Death….by chi-chi!”
I’ve seen all of the Monarch movies. I like kaiju films. I think the Monarch movies are generally mediocre to bad, with “Skull Island” probably the best and “Godzilla vs. Kong” the worst.
I wouldn’t have high hopes for this.
I’m not sure if this will work. Let’s see.
A picture is worth a thousand words.
Summary: gay man catfishes college football player, gets killed.
Is it just me, or dos it seem like many of these businesses based on sexual identity experience initial success, then massive and frequently bitter financial and partnership failures?
Why, it is almost like basing a business on sexual orientation rather than…oh, I don’t know, maybe selling a quality product for a fair price…isn’t a recipe for more than a short-term bubble.
Obvious once you see it. Just didn’t click for me until then. Thank you!
I get almost all of these, but what’s “Highe’s” if you don’t mind me asking?
On a semi-related note, I just found out that Second City Cop is blogging again:
For those unfamiliar with SCC, they’re a CPD insider who provides a pretty blunt view of the department and city politics.
In fairness to Tapper, I had our local NBC affiliate on yesterday afternoon. “Jeopardy” is usually on, and my elderly mother likes that.
It was literally at least a half-hour of just overhead motorcade footage. No news, nothing significant, just cars driving.
The heck with that.
Have your upvote.
There’s nothing I love more than a good classical reference.
Hugh Scrutton, Thomas Mosser, and Gilbert Murray were unavailable for comment.
The Bastard Operator from Hell.
“Should the taxpayers have any involvement in funding sports stadiums, or no?”
No. I’d say more but I’m trying to use profanity sparingly.
It’s funny you say that, as Hindenburg Research recently did an article on how CashApp was a wretched hive of scum and villainy:
“Exposure to ethyl alcohol can cause headaches, nausea, unconsciousness and irritation of the skin and eyes.”
Also regret the morning after, and children nine months after exposure.
My guess is that he saw what happened to Rushdie.
Seriously, I have complicated feelings about Dawkins, his science, and his atheism. But I can understand someone saying they don’t want to lose an eye to an Islamic fanatic.
“It would not be appropriate…or who suffered under an oppressive regime.”
So, no poems in praise of Anne Frank?
Texas already has a law stating this, and recently invoked it against Citigroup.
I don’t think this is terribly political or anything. I thought it might be nice to note the death of someone who was an icon for some of us older folks.
“Under Siege” is a silly movie, but Tommy Lee Jones is awesome.
“I got tired of coming up with last-minute desperate solutions to impossible problems created by other fucking people.” pretty much summarized my time in tech support at that Four Letter Computer Company.
“…porn star Riley Reid, who gifted the room a succulent”
I cannot tell a lie. That’s the kind of telling detail I look for in a story.
Or they’re a university student in a basic psych class who needs to participate in research projects to get a grade…
“Not that Hollywood doesn't have the same problem of spending way too much on actors and ... I'm not even sure what they waste so much on.”
Cocaine. Mountains of cocaine.