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abetterworld wrote:
Gerry1of1 you could modify the pop up to photo of a middle finger and see what happens,
abetterworld wrote:
scheckydamon Yes, but with much shame.
abetterworld wrote:
I do think the bikini is one of mankind's greatest achievements.  The second is brewed coffee.
abetterworld wrote:
I support this move.  I am also the devil.  (cue Rollings Stones's ode to me)
abetterworld wrote:
squrlz4ever As far as I know the rider never got caught. The bike had stolen plates.  The police backed off to avoid an accident.
abetterworld wrote:
We had a good one up north a few years back.  It's closer to Jason Borne.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SJWxQLXrO54
abetterworld wrote:
monkwarrior   ^ this must be the funny monkwarrior working on his standup routine to take on Jimmy Kimmel as he claimed he could.
abetterworld wrote:
squrlz4ever I
I've heard whispers that your brethren are in a space race with those dasterdly chipmunks!  I understand.
abetterworld wrote:
"Yeah, my bike is impounded here...it's a blue one with a basket"
abetterworld wrote:
squrlz4ever 
FYI, they might sell these in the near future.
abetterworld wrote:
There is a great podcast called "Oh No It's Ross and Carrie!" where they hang out with the fringes so we don't have to.  They do a non mean report on these people.  Their last one was with Mark Sergent, the ambassador for flat earthers.  Nice guy, but the levels of complex conspiracies that he believes in boggles the mind.
abetterworld wrote:
squrlz4ever from the lobby vending machine.
abetterworld wrote:
megrendel OK, now I get it.  The homeless and the unemployed are free to speak their mind in the US.  The rest have to self censor and keep to themselves for fear of repercussions by all other citizens and employers.  Do you now see the invisible hand that muffles and scares your people?  I've never heard of a case like this in Canada, you just can't have hate speech (which can be subjective at times). 
abetterworld wrote:
megrendel I get it now. 
FREEDOM USA:   you are free to do whatever, but you may be punished.
abetterworld wrote:
megrendel so..... she can't speak her mind on her own time....right?  I don't care what the legal blah blah says, she still can't express herself politically = false freedom to me. If she's allowed to finger the prez without repercussions , that's  real freedom.
abetterworld wrote:
Perhaps our prime minister can help 
abetterworld wrote:
daegog He's "monkwarrior", not "superfunguy".  Broken down, this is "monk" = single guy with "warrior"= alphanumeric keyboard on broadband.
abetterworld wrote:
megrendel hmmm.... If she said Trump is the anti-christ, then would she have religious freedom?  I just hear Americans go on and on about how awesome USA is because of their freedom. It comes at cost of coarse; it's a "Buck o' Five" as Trey Parker sings.
abetterworld wrote:
dm2754 I'll admit, this is true.

abetterworld wrote:
piratefish that's like saying North Koreans are free to leave whenever, but if they do, they will be shot.  There is no choice in that.  Just be honest: she doesn't live in a country that let's her express herself with real freedom.
abetterworld wrote:
Gerry1of1 For the last 9 months they have been hiding a flying saucer mothership within and doing alien autopsies.  Hiding in plain site and now time to get rid of the evidence.  A Very cunning plan.
abetterworld wrote:
kalron27 It's OK.  He had a micro defibrillator running on a AAA battery at the ready just in case.
abetterworld wrote:
normalfreak2 When the military says "engage", it means pull the trigger.  Sounds nicer.
abetterworld wrote:
Yeah, it's cool.  It's cool, like military gear and vehicles; well, until those things try to kill you, then it's no longer cool.
abetterworld wrote:
stevopusser The 2 things thats make me close my eyes, nod my forehead into my left palm as I sigh very deeply.
1. reading monkwarrior posts
2. tech support on the phone with my 80 year old mom.