What Day Is It?

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156 Comments

  1. What day is it?
    The day I hit the liquor store to re-up for the weekend, and probably visit Chic-Fil-A for a sammich & a hate shake. I might go crazy and get some waffle fries, too.

  2. wakey wakey

  3. Been up for an hour already. Had to take kitten to get his balls removed. 6:15 drop off about 15 miles away.

  4. What day is it? A tired and yawny morning..
    I got home around midnight and fell asleep around 1 am but I couldn’t outsleep the birds this morning. Dammit.

  5. Been tossing and turning since 5:45

  6. I need to buy flip flops and get a nice pedi done for Summer.

    Maybe I’ll do it after I work for The Man today.

  7. Poor cat.
    I guess it’s the responsible thing to do but I can’t help but feel sorry for him.
    I’m still pissed off at my ex’s mom – she took my pup to get that done without my permission six year ago. Well, he was still her daughter’s pup back then. But he’s the awesomest dog in the world, and now I can’t share his greatness with the rest of the world…

  8. I’m in a generous mood today. I’ll spring for a gallon of matching paint for the hump.

  9. We used to have an intact male dog, and he was always trying to share his greatness. It was very annoying.

  10. Thanks, chi!

    Where can I find some plaid paint?

  11. Where can I find some plaid paint?

    Ask the Indonesian lady that made the shorts I chose for today.
    And yes, like your grandpa, I’m wearing my favorite Hawaiian shirt as an accompanying accent.
    For some odd reason, I like being annoying. I wish I had kids that I could embarrass on a daily basis.

  12. Cloudy here all week which is rather unusual.

    As Rosetta would say, “best comment ever!!”

  13. Intact male cats is not something you want around.

  14. Or intact female cats, for that matter.

  15. Fun songs that take a turn for the worse.

    Iiiii’m going out,

    so I better get this laundry started

  16. For some odd reason, I like being annoying.

    It’s called a personality disorder, and that’s why you hang out here with us. Carry on.

  17. Some of the problem causers from the old contract are actively trying to get onto the new contract. Half the work for the first month or so is going to be doing our best to keep them the hell away from it.

  18. These are the nonworking coworkers, Leon?

  19. What day is it?

    1/2 day morning clinic followed by an annoying wait until a mid afternoon case-day

    Eh, at least no one chopped my ballz off this morning

  20. *humps blog’s leg*

  21. /grabs Jimbro and stuffs him into a carrier.

    Shsshh. You’re going to be fine. I put a towel in there so you’d be comfy.

  22. No, the dead weight is preferable to these guys. They are the reason we wanted out as fast as we did. Passive-aggressively malicious entities that generate chaos and make the job suck.

  23. When people stuff me into a dark container as a prelude to involuntary surgery, a towel is just the thing to cheer me up, boy howdy!

    So nice and fluffy. To absorb my teardrops.

  24. Ugh. Sorry, man. That sucks. Can you just hit them with the flamethrower?

  25. just lost another worker here. This time it’s someone who does something, but never communicates anything.

  26. That’s the last resort. Neither of them belong anywhere near the levers of a valuable project, and they serve as pawns to a mandarin that should have been ousted years ago, regardless of who signs their paychecks. Just telling our new contract leads a few anecdotes ought to be enough.

  27. Egads. How do people accomplish this type of thing? More importantly, why can’t I ever be a mandarin with pawns of my own? This is such bullshit. Think of all the good someone like me could do if I had actual power.

    *closes eyes, dreams sweet dreams of fire and blood*

  28. I was just pondering this week, I can’t remember the last job I had that you could JUST show up and do your work and go home, and that was enough. A lot of form over substance..appearance and allies and enemies, contacts and politics and ass-kissing bullshit. I’m sick of it right now.

  29. Eh, at least no one chopped my ballz off this morning

    Watch out, man – It’s still early.
    There’s still time to piss off Mare.

  30. People suck.

  31. Big story on the Right: Obama spied on the trump campaign.

    This morning I listened to Hugh Hewitt interview Chuck Todd and he was convinced that this is the calm before the storm that was going to do serious damage to Trump.

    Hewitt asked Todd what he thought about the spying story and he said, “uh, uh, uh, uh, uh, uh it depends what you mean by spying. The president uses that term but he was under investigation.”

    Then Hewitt asked about the spy and Todd didn’t really know what was going on. He missed the story that’s been floating around for at least a week.

    That interview perfectly encapsulated the media. No idea about the larger story, convinced that Trump is going down, and looking to write that story so ignoring everything else.

    Fuck Chuck Todd.

  32. Also wondering if McCain is sober yet.

  33. Egads. How do people accomplish this type of thing? More importantly, why can’t I ever be a mandarin with pawns of my own? This is such bullshit. Think of all the good someone like me could do if I had actual power.

    *closes eyes, dreams sweet dreams of fire and blood*

    This is what every single project funded by government money looks like at some level. Politics, jockeying for position and sinecures, grabbing power for the sake of it, and rewarding borderline personalities. None of them would last a week in the auto industry.

  34. I was just pondering this week, I can’t remember the last job I had that you could JUST show up and do your work and go home, and that was enough. A lot of form over substance..appearance and allies and enemies, contacts and politics and ass-kissing bullshit. I’m sick of it right now.

    Exactly. I’m doing the math right now on just how big a sheep operation would have to be to get us an income. 70 hours a week shoveling shit and butchering lambs and chickens and moving animals around is good times compared to this Court Intrigue Bullshit.

  35. Chuck Todd worked for Tom Harkin, D creep from Iowa. Enough said. You don’t see any press secretaries for R Senators in the media, do ya?

  36. You’re in Michigan. Farm goats instead – the goatfucking population could be a cash crop, man. Plus, you can milk and hem to make decent cheese for a small cottage industry (see what I did there?)

  37. MJ, I didn’t hear the interview, but I’d like to know why Hewitt (who would sell his mother for a buck) didn’t look at Todd and say,

    “Wait a minute, as a “journalist” or “political commentator” you have NO idea about the biggest political story this year??”

    “You’re telling this audience that you have not heard about the Obama administration illegally spying on the Trump campaign?” “Chuck, what does that say about your journalistic curiosity and/or integrity?”

  38. A fence that will hold water will hold goats. Sheep can live on pasture alone if well-managed.

    And sheep’s milk cheese sells for $22/lb.

  39. ugh, hated sheep, worse than hogs.

  40. The goatfuckers are over in Dearbornistan. I’m nearer to the Rumspringers over here.

  41. Why so, Jay? I hear most people either love them or hate them, ditto for goats. Goats are cute, but they escape, and they are meant to browse, not graze.

  42. They smell horrible, and aren’t nearly as smart as cows or pigs.

  43. I’ll have to experience the smell, I guess. I’ve only been around them at 4-H fairs, and never for long.

  44. Maybe it was because I was used to hogs and cattle, and it was just different. I just remember it hit me hard, and wrong.

  45. And dumb is fine. I just need them to eat grass, get big, and occasionally breed.

  46. dumb isn’t good when you want them to go somewhere else.

  47. My friend Stefanie hated her sheep too.

  48. I’m told the secret of moving them is a bowl of peas at the destination and a crook to the flank at the starting point, but we’ll see.

  49. One ending in “y”.

    Chuck Fuck Todd.

    Is McCain dead yet?

  50. Isn’t there more demand for beef or pork? Oh wait, you’re in MI, near Ann Arbor, and Halal, and…

  51. Is McCain dead yet?

    ——-

    Imagine the slobbering bullshit we’re going to be inundated with about this two-faced, government leech.

  52. I’m 3 hours from Ann Arbor now. I prefer beef, and I could do cattle on that grass, but it requires very different infrastructure, and I can’t butcher a cow alone.

  53. So, Magnum PI is coming to CBS.

  54. I’m loving how conservative Twitter is skewering the idiots defending MS-13. I’m laughing out loud.

    The media still doesn’t get how this is helping Trump. Thank you, Baby Political Jesus.

  55. Who TF would defend MS-13? It’s a terrorist-connected drug cartel that murders whole villages for fuck’s sake.

  56. Who TF would defend MS-13? It’s a terrorist-connected drug cartel that murders whole villages for fuck’s sake.

    The left. The left defends them. Because Trump.

    Still not tired of winning.

  57. Treacher posted on FB about how anything Trump hates is good, and Trump hates MS13. Not quite sure how much he is kidding.

  58. And this muzzie asshole wants to be governor of Michigan. He’d get more benefit if he just burned his campaign money. At least he’s get the value of the Btuhs.

  59. I would not recommend anyone go on Twitter but believe me the left is defending MS-13 as “not animals” all over Twitter.

    Trump needs to apologize to animals. MS-13 does things to humans animals wouldn’t.

  60. Lots of people are posting (probably google search) images of MS-13. If even 1/2 of what is shown represents this gang, they are animals.

  61. Andrea Mitchell is a ****!

  62. Animals don’t cut your balls off and make you eat them before they behead you and send the head in a box to your wife.

    MS-13 does.

  63. Just heard a neat statistic: in all of recorded human history, there are something like 1100 wars. 7% were ’caused’ by religion. Eliminate Islam and that number falls to 3.2%.

  64. https://tinyurl.com/y7gnyz6s

  65. Whitey is evil, MS-13 is misunderstood, we’re gonna raise your taxes.

    Vote Democrat in 2018.

  66. Just heard a neat statistic: in all of recorded human history, there are something like 1100 wars. 7% were ’caused’ by religion. Eliminate Islam and that number falls to 3.2%.

    This seems specious to me. Only 7%? I can see that the seventh century death cult is responsible for half of all wars, but only 7%?
    Where did you read this?

  67. Heard it from a priest on youtube, I’ll see if I can find a cite.

    I buy it, most wars were for resources, historically.

  68. Trying to pin down one “cause” for conflicts is dangerous. Most conflicts occur for a variety of reasons, whether they be economic, social, religious, or some other.

  69. Well, then that probably puts half in the Islam column, and the other half in Christianity.

  70. There’s also the problem of what constitutes a “war” and the % doesn’t tell you how bad a particular war was.

    That said, communist revolutions killed more people than all previous wars combined, iirc.

  71. Even “religious” wars tended to have a large other component. Islamic expansion was as much about providing new lands to your converts as payment for their past support.

    The First Crusade was encouraged by Constantinople because they needed help retaking critical agricultural areas that had been conquered by Muslims.

  72. Well, then that probably puts half in the Islam column, and the other half in Christianity.

    Not necessarily, India has had a number of religious wars within and with neighbors with neither involved.

  73. I would go to war with Slovenia just for their women. Screw their religion.

  74. The broader point is valid though, religion is far from the “#1 cause of war” as alleged by some New Atheist types, and eliminating it won’t end war. It’s a naive, farcical statement to claim otherwise.

  75. Can we start to classify atheism as a religion yet?

  76. I would go to war with Slovenia just for their women. Screw their religion.

    Syria has similar motivationals.

  77. Can we start to classify atheism as a religion yet?

    “There is no God” is a statement of faith, not science, but the IFLS crowd have no philosophical nor rhetorical training, and are thus blind to genuine reason.

  78. I did not know this, Leon, but will do the cursory research.

    I am quite familiar with a certain Armenian gal, though – quite fetching and a lot of fun. If she is any indication, I can see exploring the Middle East…

  79. I had a waitress at an Outback Steakhouse whose parents were Christian emigres from Syria back in the 80’s.

    I knew her for an hour 20 years ago, and the memory still haunts me. Her eyes were like jewels.

  80. Back during the election someone noted that Trump supporters took him seriously, but not literally, while Trump detractors took him literally, but not seriously. This is more accurate each day.

    Trump is the reification of names: the idea that if the language used by the ruling class is different than the language used by the rest of society, which is to say that words no longer mean what we think that they mean, then eventually you have revolution to bring them back into alignment.

    When Trump talks about banning all Muslims, that MS-13 are animals, or that trade wars are easily winnable, his opponents freak out. His supporters understand the underlying message, and like that he’s closer to reality than the people who insist that “temporary” refugees stay in the country for almost two decades, that protesters in Gaza who throw bombs at Israelis are “peaceful”, or that allowing Chinese unlimited access to US markets while the Chinese refuse to do the same for us constitutes “free trade”.

  81. The whole atheist & IFLS movement can eat all the bags of dicks.

    I was raised Catholic. I had my crisis of faith as a young adult. Three decades later, I’m struggling to find my true belief and come back, but I KNOW that there is I a God.
    You can’t see a sunrise over the Atlantic, a sunset over the gulf, the autumn leaves on the hills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, hold a newborn baby still warm from the womb, or even smell fresh puppy breath and tell me there isn’t a God. Fuck you, leftists. God exists, and he loves you.

  82. Rectification.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rectification_of_names

    But your larger point is nonetheless accurate.

  83. Yeah, for some reason it sticks in my head as “reification”.

  84. I just looked in on the ‘animals’ brouhaha. Hilarious.

  85. Seriously.

    “I believe that despite our differences we Americans should come together to find common ground.”

    “Ok. How about we start with agreeing that a gang which engages in human sacrifice and slaughters whole villages should be considered no better than animals?”

    “YOU’RE A BIGOT AND LITERALLY HITLER!”

  86. Exactly, Chi. Even absent the sense of the supernatural when in the presence of sublime beauty, there are philosophical ‘proofs’ for the existence of a creator. Sam Harris is particularly bad at arguing with St Thomas Aquinas here, but his devotees don’t see that because they have no grounding.

    That’s one of the things that really left me awestruck and hopeful as I was going through RCIA. My best religious education prior was talking with my girlfriend’s Seventh-Day Adventist pastor as a teenager. He was a good man and meant well, but he couldn’t answer a lot of my more rigorous questions. The Church could, and did. I saw that Christianity – and Catholicism and Orthodoxy in particular – was reasonable in a way that atheism (and many other religions) simply weren’t.

    Atheism looks at all that is and proclaims it ‘just happened’, which is a statement of a gut feeling as though it were fact, not a reasoned statement. The christian has heard testimony from others who’ve heard testimony and so on back to witnesses who say they saw miracles firsthand and met, spoke with, and even touched God Incarnate. Many of these early witnesses went to their deaths testifying to the veracity of these events rather than recant and live. That makes believing what they were saying, well, reasonable. As in, I have a good reason to believe that they weren’t lying.

  87. Mike Pampeo
    ‏ @SecOfState70
    2h2 hours ago

    In a span of 48 hours President Trump got the MSM to side with North Korea and MS-13.

  88. Europe’s “Wars of Religion” were probably more about political authority than anything else.

  89. I saw that Christianity – and Catholicism and Orthodoxy in particular – was reasonable in a way that atheism (and many other religions) simply weren’t.

    I think many atheists are used to the cartoonish caricature of Christian thought than actual serious apologetics. Or, as Michael Flynn put it, “If I want to know ‘what Christianity teaches,’ I would be inclined to ask the Orthodox or Catholic churches, as they have near 2000 years of noodling over it. Yet when the Coynes of the world want to tell us ‘what Christians believe,’ they agitate over the idiosyncratic beliefs of Bill and Ted’s Excellent Bible Shack, whose teachings go back to last Tuesday. “

  90. Europe’s “Wars of Religion” were probably more about political authority than anything else.

    Yup. My longstanding theory is that protestantism arose in areas that were the relatively newest converts to Christianity, and where a lot of pagan traditions still held, since those traditions were often tied to local political structures. Rome had long sought to supplant local authority on issues like appointing priests, handling questions of heresy, etc.

  91. Many of the ME conflict, as well as the African ones, are outwardly about religion, but are *really* tribal.

  92. All my lib friends are like that, Alex. They constantly deride all GOP as racist, sexist. But then, Oh, but you’re ok, Jay.

    Doesn’t add up.

  93. Catching up with email and I see a story from the Daily Caller to the effect of “Woman Can’t Use Bathroom At Restaurant So Defecates On Floor”. It actually showed a cc video of her dropping ass and hurling a stinkbomb across the counter. Shockingly it was in Canada at a Tim Horton’s not in Florida!

  94. How’s your workout design coming along Carin? Paula wouldn’t like the running parts. She’s trying to think of some way to participate in The Murph without all the running.

  95. Well, everyone else has created workouts that THEY will excel in. They put the one lift they can crush everyone – or include muscle ups because they have them. I’m not the fastest runner, but my endurance is among the best. So I have to have heavy endurance, where I can win. lol. I think my idea is a good start. I have until September or something to finish it.

    Do they have a rower? She could row instead.

  96. At least mine, everyone can do it. That’s my goal.

  97. She mentioned rowing as an alternative.

    She was talking about some other workout on a different day named Cindy. Sounded brutal.

  98. Cindy is part of the Murph. Sorta. With Cindy, you complete as many rounds in 20 minutes as you can of: 5 Pull-ups 10 Push-ups 15 Squats. The Murph is 1 mile run, then (basically ) 20 rounds of Cindy then another run. With a weight vest.

  99. The 20 rounds takes about 20 minuets for most normal people. Or 30 minuets. lol. So unless you’re really fast, you’re probably doing more than 20 minuets of Cindy. The fasteset i ever did the Murph was 45 min or so, and that was w/o the weight vest, but the super good people do it a LOT faster – with the vest. But they’re not human.

  100. I’m thinking of using the weight vest for either the runs ONLY, or scaling the pullups (with the vest). It’s only the pullups WITH the vest that is an issue. I can swing everything else. I could do jumping pullups, or ring rows.

    I haven’t decided. I also have the Tough Mudder the following weeks, so I can fry my grip strength.

  101. When you say “the Murph,” all I can think of is Matt ‘guitar’ Murphy now.

  102. I’d be inclined to reduce some of my antipathy toward my church if they’d get rid of the fat materialistic priests, and the asshole in Rome.

    From about ’95 to ’05 I was a daily communicant, but the priest who inspired me to come back to the faith retired. Then the diocese replaced him with this obese, shiny Corvette driving dickhead that I couldn’t stand. His homilies were awful.

    The only reason I kept going for a while was a young assistant who I really liked. His homilies were awesome. But when the Iraq war happened he enlisted in the Navy to become a Marine chaplain.

    He’s still in as far a I know.

  103. Here is Fr. Jay.

  104. This is idiotic, and in extremely bad taste. But jail? Really?

  105. We’re still deciding if the giant-but-close parish is right for us. It’s enormous and wealthy so we could be anonymous for a long time if we liked, but I’m used to being more involved than that.

  106. Free speech is an alien concept to Europe, that’s part of why the Founders left in the first place.

  107. Senate’s full of folks who hate Trump and want him gone. No shock. “We believe it’s true, no you can’t see the report, just trust us”…bullshit.

    Same here in MO. Case against Greitens has been dropped…and he has a case brought against him to do with him stealing his own donor list and using it for campaign….something which he already paid a fine over it was so not criminal worthy back when they fined him………….and yet they are proceeding with a special session to discuss impeaching him. Led by a handful of mostly RINOs who are on their way out because term limits and this is a resume enhancer.

    o_O

  108. I think the current rounds of Cindy are practice for the Murph. At least as I understand it. If I listened closer I’d know.

  109. Austrians and Germans do NOT like Hitler jokes.

  110. The way the mass schedule worked at St. Francis was that Fr. Jim and Fr. Jay would alternate. So if Jim did 9AM this week, Jay did 11:15. Then the next week they would switch. So I would alternate every other week so I could listen to Jay.

    When Jay arrived at the parish Jim made him do 7AM mass during the week, and he would do the kids’ mass at 8:15. Then when Jay left for the Navy, fat ass Jim did away with 7 o’clock mass. So I switched to St. Thomas.

  111. and he said, “uh, uh, uh, uh, uh, uh it depends what you mean by spying. The president uses that term but he was under investigation.”

    And we’ve been told how many times that Trump was not under investigation?

  112. *glances at own ass*

    😅

  113. I can see that the seventh century death cult is responsible for half of all wars, but only 7%?
    Where did you read this?

    “Encyclopedia of Wars,” by Charles Phillips and Alan Axelrod. From their list of 1763 wars only 123 have been classified to involve a religious cause, accounting for less than 7 percent of all wars and less than 2 percent of all people killed in warfare.

  114. So, the president calls MS-13 members animals, and in order to attack him people twist his words to say he called all illegal aliens animals. Who even takes these people seriously anymore?

  115. If Trump was under investigation, Comey is guilty of lying to a federal officer. Throw his ass in jail.

  116. Crap. I just pulled into the driveway, and the stinkypuppy decided today was a good day to go off chasing bitches.

    I’m not in the mood to chase the fucker, and my hip/knees wouldn’t allow me to anyway. F it – he’ll come back home on his own…

  117. No, they twisted to say all immigrants are animals. Not just the illegals.

  118. Kilauea blew up, ash cloud up to 30k feet.

  119. No, they twisted to say all immigrants are animals. Not just the illegals.

    Did they go all the way to putting “the fourteen words” in Trump’s mouth, or have they not gone that far yet?

  120. Comment by xbradtc (@xbradtc) on May 17, 2018 2:40 pm
    If Trump was under investigation, Comey is guilty of lying to a federal officer. Throw his ass in jail.

    ——-

    This^^^^ x 1000

    Comey is a dirty, FBI, asshole.

  121. But one reporter won’t accuse another reporter of that. They have to have someone else put that thought on their teleprompter.

  122. I had an explosion once, but it didn’t go 30k feet.

    Ask your mom.

  123. At least mine, everyone can do it. That’s my goal.

    You know what else everyone can do?

  124. https://is.gd/T9pXwE

  125. You know what who else everyone can do?

    #fixt

  126. Just met with a hay farmer we might be doing business with. We’re going to have a fair amount of work prepping the field, though.

  127. https://is.gd/MfQkcI

  128. Seems like it ought to be easier to turn a cornfield into a pasture, but if we want to farm hay first, we’ve got to do a lot of herbiciding, risking, and tilling.

    Seriously wondering if we should just let the weeds get nice and big and then do goats and chickens on it for a year or 5 while we seed in grass a bit at a time.

  129. Disking is terrible. You’re gonna lose soil. Look up Ray Archuleta and no-till cover cropping.

  130. http://www.waff.com/story/38215311/lgbtq-nonprofit-rescinds-patricia-todds-job-offer-after-tweet

    TL,DR: Dyke politician bullies Alabama governor, loses job offer.

    I’d just like to stop thinking about the governor’s sex life, male or female.

  131. Use herbicide.

    Nobody cares if hay has poison in it.

  132. That’s true. Nobody cares.

  133. Re-watched Deadpool to get ready for this weekend. Fully deserved its R rating.

  134. I SAW THAT!

  135. First movie since Waterboy.

  136. Yes, Deadpool. That was the second movie Scott and I ever watched together in the theater. We’re pretty excited, we know that one!

  137. Deadpool is a Hostage movie. So much sarcasm.

  138. The claim being made is that a hayfield needs to be smooth as a lawn and no disking or RoundUp means lots of weeds. If I didn’t have a full-time job, I could see managing it into pasture with animals in a season or two. What I can’t do is turn it into hay in my barn for wintertime.

  139. ? smooth as a lawn? Not the hayfields I used to walk through picking up bales.

  140. Same guy is basically saying we should leave it bare all summer and seed it Sept 1. To me that sounds like a terrible plan, but finding a farmer to turn the cornstalks into the soil at this time of year has proven troublesome.

    I might end up renting a tractor.

  141. Are you guys going to watch Deadpool 2?

  142. Noon on Saturday, got our recliner seats already!

  143. Movies are a scam.

    If they don’t suck you can watch them on TV for free.

  144. I read one article from a dryland farmer (in Colorado! I didn’t know that was even possible) about how fallow land is a mistake and kills the soil.

    https://www.no-tillfarmer.com/articles/93-building-a-new-path-to-dryland-no-till-prosperity

    Then I read this one too.

    http://www.enterprisepub.com/movalley/news/agriculture/premier-iowa-hay-grower-discovers-soil-health-with-no-till/article_bf4ddccc-eefd-11e2-8422-001a4bcf6878.html

    Elsewhere I’ve read that you always want something, even weeds, living on the land, because they maintain the living relationship with mycelial fungae that are so important for killing baddies in the soil and feeding crops. They’re just an excellent all-around protective force.

  145. Your grazing idea doesn’t sound half bad, Leon.

  146. But of course, if you want to turn a quick hay money (and personal use) crop, you probably have to do what this guy says because it’s unlikely anybody else is doing any other method in your area except for the conventional farm one.

  147. Gasoline kills stuff.

  148. I love Adam Sandler movies!!!

  149. According to this guy:

    https://www.progressiveforage.com/forage-production/planting/turning-cropland-into-grassland

    I should probably lease the land for soybeans this year, then seed for forage directly into the soybean stubble. That will net us $770 in rent for the year, too, but still might not get us hay next year, and it’ll leave the land rougher than you’d want it for a small tractor.

  150. Campground for gypsies?

  151. Huge rustic concert site, like Woodstock, but with even fewer (like zero) amenities?

  152. Christmas tree farm?

  153. Cadaver farm? OK, I’m out of ideas.

  154. Goodnight schmoops.

  155. Buy yourself a dream, how’s it looking?
    Buy yourself a car and a house to live in
    Get yourself a derp, someone different
    Buy yourself a dream and it won’t mean nothing


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