trimble

Registered bored user

trimble wrote:
Guess I better keep my wife inside.
trimble wrote:
faustsshadow I'm slow sometimes, thanks for clearing that up.
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$500.00? That's a mighty expensive piece of ass. Seems like you could get a pretty sweet of age prostitute to fulfill any fantasy you have for that kind of cash. I wonder if she had a pimp that can be charged or if that website gets a piece of the action or what. Seems like there should be more people in trouble than just the John.
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He was really something else, died way to early.
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mikesex Hmm, you don't sound very impartial yourself so there's that. I'm fairly confidant in all our Supreme Court justices. 
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You don't want to know.
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And it wasn't in Florida? 
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mikesex It’s an appointment made by the sitting president at the time, that is the law of the land. As long as they appoint judges that are both scholars and students of The Constitution and fully understand the role of the court and it’s justices they will be impartial.  I’m fine with it.
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OK.
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One thing about unions is not everyone can belong. in fact the "better" ones are quite elitist. 
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dm2754 Too easy for them to ignore.
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daegog Solar still has some major problems in the manufacture and recycle/disposal of some of the components that have a larger carbon footprint than anything else among other issues. Not saying it does not have some promise but we are a long way off from being able to use it to the extent you suggest without creating an eco-disaster of it's own.


https://www.i-am-bored.com/2018/02/future-of-solar-power-obstacles-problems
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"As bad as things seem"? I guess that's a matter of perspective. 
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I can't wait for the new series if it happens but listening to those guys was kind of painful. 
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semichisam01 With you on the cilantro thing, even smells like soap or maybe perfume. 
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Don't be so gullible McFly.
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Black and I'll never go back.
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fancylad Right, kids buying guns off the back of a truck.
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holygod Sorry man, but I think you have been misled.
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Very pretty.
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daegog I've made purchases at gun and ammo stores, pawn shops, department stores and gun shows. Always had a background check done. Must depend on the state which is fine.
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fancylad I hear that a lot but have never been able to purchase a gun without an FBI background check.