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Politics / Re: WHY HAS "Y" BEEN SO SILENT ON THE UKRAINIAN SCANDAL?
« Last post by soflorattler on Today at 01:20:58 PM »
WHY HAS "Y" BEEN SO SILENT ON THE UKRAINIAN SCANDAL?

^^^
 :nod:
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2019 SiAC Predictions / Re: Week #8 - October 19, 2019
« Last post by dragon601713 on Today at 01:20:49 PM »
Lane
Miles
Albany St
FVSU
Savannah St
Tuskegee
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 :lmao:

https://www.wptv.com/news/state/pasco-county-deputies-ask-man-to-quit-calling-about-his-stolen-marijuana

DADE CITY, Fla. (AP) — Authorities say a Florida man repeatedly called 911 to report that his roommate had stolen his marijuana.

A deputy for the Pasco County Sheriff's Office posted a Twitter response to the man's calls Saturday night: Stop calling.

Deputy Neal Zalva says in the Twitter video that he called the man back to tell him to quit contacting the sheriff's office about his stolen marijuana. Zalva recorded the video as part of the agency's #TweetAlong program, which allows viewers to get a behind-the-scenes look at the police work by the deputies.

Recreational marijuana use remains illegal in Florida.

A sheriff's office spokesman says no charges were filed against the caller.

Sheriff's office communications director Kevin Doll said Tuesday they just wanted the man to stop calling about the stolen weed.

 :lmao:
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I'm surprised really because buying clothing/shoes you would think that you would want to try on clothes/shoes before purchasing.

Everything else is fair game I suppose. I buy some stuff online but it's basically stuff I would waste gas running from store to store trying to find it.

That said I have bought a pair of shoes online that was a good experience, but if I can I prefer going to the actual retail store.

If you buy specific high end  brands, you know what size fits. For example, I've been wearing Polo for decades. I can judge by the fit of my old ones and determine what size to buy.

I would agree with a qualifier.  Does Polo make their garments all in the same country or more than one?

I bought two pair of Levi's. One made in Mexico the other Bangladesh.  The only reason I noticed this difference was because of the fit, so even with brand names you can find problems.  Really don't understand why that would create a problem tho'.  Isn't the fabric cut from the same pattern?

Stuff like that makes me a store buyer if given a choice. 
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General Discussion Forum / Re: Happy Birthday to Que 82!
« Last post by CU1994 on Today at 01:07:11 PM »
Happy birthday big bro.
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General Discussion Forum / Re: Very sad state of our youth
« Last post by Maroon and Gray on Today at 12:56:35 PM »
:no: Who told women it was sexy to fight? :shrug:

Their mothers

I would not put that on just women. I see a lot of men encouraging the behavior.

It's because the mothers are choosing to raise their children without a father.

the ignorance that comes out of your mind is astounding.

You never consider that your thoughts are incorrect do you?  Classic narcissism.
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General Discussion Forum / Re: Is there a future for shopping malls?
« Last post by Capler on Today at 12:56:27 PM »
I'm surprised really because buying clothing/shoes you would think that you would want to try on clothes/shoes before purchasing.

Everything else is fair game I suppose. I buy some stuff online but it's basically stuff I would waste gas running from store to store trying to find it.

That said I have bought a pair of shoes online that was a good experience, but if I can I prefer going to the actual retail store.

If you buy specific high end  brands, you know what size fits. For example, I've been wearing Polo for decades. I can judge by the fit of my old ones and determine what size to buy. Silly me went to Belk and bought new pair Polo shorts a couple years ago. My old  ones had gotten a little ratty, (but I'm still wear them around the house today).  I grabbed a pair I thought was really nice and brought them home. I dropped them on the bed next to my old pair. My excitement was dashed when I noticed they were the exact same shorts I had been wearing for the past 16 years: same color, and style.  I thought I had stepped out of my comfort zone and bought something wild, new and exciting. I guess the nurd in me took control and I came out of the store with  a safe pick.
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General Discussion Forum / Re: Happy Birthday to Que 82!
« Last post by Capler on Today at 12:50:04 PM »
Thanks to all of you for taking the time to wish me a Happy Birthday. I am humbled because you didn't have to but you did.  I am so glad God allowed me as I think it was soflo who so aptly put "another trip around the sun".
Ladies  :hugs: :kisses:
Gentlemen all I can do for you is extend my right hand.  :lol:

Oh and thanks to the posters who wished me well on facebook.

Only after you washed it first....

:lmao:

No need to worry about that, he's too old to have Neymar sticky palms.

Speak for yourself Cap. My uncle was in his 70’s before he started shooting blanks....dang fool told us he was still “skeeting” till one day all that came out was powder and dust...then he said he was done...my aunt was way past embarrassed....we all fell the hell out laughing in the back yard on that one....

I know the pump will run dry if you don't keep it primed, but do it actually dry up at some point? I thought men went to the grave ejaculating.
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General Discussion Forum / Re: Very sad state of our youth
« Last post by Capler on Today at 12:45:21 PM »
I often compare what I see kids doing today, to that of my generation. The big difference that I see is that our parents kept a very tight grip on us. They kept us away from the problem kids in the area, and we had to be in the house after a certain hour. We were not hanging out in the streets. Of course, like most young people, we wanted to do that, but parents would not allow it.  My fiends who hung out, pretty much stayed in the streets doing nothing  for the bulk of their lives.
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General Discussion Forum / Re: Happy Birthday to Que 82!
« Last post by ‘87 Alum on Today at 12:42:02 PM »
Thanks to all of you for taking the time to wish me a Happy Birthday. I am humbled because you didn't have to but you did.  I am so glad God allowed me as I think it was soflo who so aptly put "another trip around the sun".
Ladies  :hugs: :kisses:
Gentlemen all I can do for you is extend my right hand.  :lol:

Oh and thanks to the posters who wished me well on facebook.

Only after you washed it first....

:lmao:

No need to worry about that, he's too old to have Neymar sticky palms.

Speak for yourself Cap. My uncle was in his 70’s before he started shooting blanks....dang fool told us he was still “skeeting” till one day all that came out was powder and dust...then he said he was done...my aunt was way past embarrassed....we all fell the hell out laughing in the back yard on that one....
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