Woodyville06

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woodyville06 wrote:
woodyville06 Harry Potter franchise.
woodyville06 wrote:
scheckydamon I completely forgot about The Mouse That Roared.  That was fantastic.
woodyville06 wrote:
thezigrat Valerie and Eddie were married for years.  She was hot in the seventies and eighties.
woodyville06 wrote:
To Sir With Love, Monty Python and The Holy Grail, early James Bond (through Diamonds Are Foreever).  I can’t think of any newer ones that I’ve seen.
woodyville06 wrote:
semichisam01 they should have to buy a ticket for every gender they identify with - only fair.
woodyville06 wrote:
Gerry1of1 what do you call a gerbil that slobbers?  Pre-lubed.

Thank you, thank you very much.  I’ll be here all week...
woodyville06 wrote:
normalfreak2 this video did not represent “journalism”.  This was incendiary propaganda.  
woodyville06 wrote:
cheeseb it probably met Kentucky standards...
woodyville06 wrote:
LordJim if it were 9000 barrels of Macallan or The Glenlivet I would be on the floor crying.
woodyville06 wrote:
semichisam01 “who is being naive, Kay” Michael Corleone, The Godfather.
woodyville06 wrote:
thezigrat I saw that.  I remember it was set in Seattle.  It was great, the series was cheesier but I watched it anyway.
woodyville06 wrote:
thezigrat don’t forget Cynthia Rhodes....she was hot in that.
woodyville06 wrote:
Gerry1of1 Flesh Gordon!  I haven’t even thought of that movie since it came out (I think I saw it in 74 or 75).
What a fantastic piece of cheese.
woodyville06 wrote:
DuckBoy87 you sir, win one internet.
woodyville06 wrote:
“The anal glands emissions of beavers can now be a wonderful addition to your favorite cocktail.”. What a headline.
woodyville06 wrote:
I wonder what key she farts in, what with his clarinet stuffed up her ass...
woodyville06 wrote:
geobas1 I would be interested to see the economics of that plan for the population it would need to support.  I can’t see how it would be economically feasible without large federal subsidies.
Is there any information on it?
woodyville06 wrote:
semichisam01 silver certificates. My mother put 3 one dollar silver certificates in an envelope the day I was born.  I still have them.

They used to be redeemable for silver coins or bullion.
woodyville06 wrote:
lockner01 you missed the point completely.
woodyville06 wrote:
mrteatime I disagree with your assertion the Western middleclass have decent pensions and healthcare.  The system in place previously (company funds pensions and healthcare supplementshas only been dismantled for a generation or so and the effects are only beginning to be known.

Wait until more “401k poor” people hit retirement without enough money to live and the the healthcare cost increases make living an unaffordable proposition.
woodyville06 wrote:
emmettyville there is a difference, and it’s not subtle either.  Trump is rude, inappropriate, and completely unfiltered.  That is something we haven’t had in the Whitehouse before, and honestly didn’t need.  He is not a genius and hasn’t surrounded himself with any.  His major achievement has been to push through a massive tax cut which has stimulated the economy but will come back to haunt us in the future.  We aren’t at war nor do we look to be on track for one so that’s a good thing.
woodyville06 wrote:
semichisam01 “A bad president won't bring us down, and a good one won't save us. Our greatest danger comes from ourselves. We don't have to agree. We don't even have to like each other. But if we can't treat each other with a modicum of respect, we don't deserve to survive, and we won't.”

You sir, are correct.  I wonder how many people even understand this?
woodyville06 wrote:
lockner01 I don’t see how punishing business owners for Trumps tweets makes a lot of sense. 
woodyville06 wrote:
scheckydamon that might be the attraction:)