Beasts

All kinds of fantastic animals

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remember how rosetta called floyd pig

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colex and his band of merry men

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J’brony’s comic alter-ego

 

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  1. https://is.gd/KlxLTs

  2. I figured something out the other day. You know how the tomato plants at the store look so thick and hearty compared to home-grown seedlings?
    I saw some that had stems looking to be thicker than 1/4″, like maybe 3/8″ or even 1/2″ thick. Stocky little things.

    Well, I’ve been growing nice tomato seedlings at home for years, and I’ve also seen big healthy self-sown tomato plants spring up out of the soil when the weather is warm and sunny in Summer time. The self-sown plants are as hearty as a tomato seedling can get, really, because of the abundant sunshine and undisturbed roots. They still NEVER look as heavy and stocky as store plants.

    Either those things at the store aren’t really seedlings (some really do look like mature, rooted stem cuttings), or they’re on growth hormones.

    This is some dishonest bullshit, people. I’m done feeling inadequate about the size of my tomatoes anymore.

  3. I’m done feeling inadequate about the size of my tomatoes anymore

    Good for you. As long as Scott is happy with your tomatoes, then why should you care what the rest of the world thinks.

  4. wakey wakey

  5. Truth. I’m sick and tired of the tomato shaming rampant in this day and age! All tomatoes are beautiful!

  6. I think it’s about time I eat my young.

  7. I’ve been watching bit by bit the Dave Rubin-Larry Elder interview which Jay linked yesterday. Rubin sounds kind of immature and stupid, which I feel all lefties sound like. He’s matured quite a bit and I enjoy some of his podcasts. The whole section where Elder is asking him (repeatedly) to name American racism was cringe-worthy. I think Rubin was embarrassed and I’m glad that he was fact punched from his stupid positions.

  8. Comment by Car in on April 9, 2019 7:51 am
    I think it’s about time I eat my young.

    How many boys were in your basement this time?

  9. Zero. My two youngest have just lost their ever-loving minds. Complete la-la land.

    I just don’t know how they THINK as they do. Seriously, wtf?

    I tried to have a serious talk with Erin last night about what she’d like to do, and she pulled some BS about moving away and working in a park somewhere. Because she likes “nature”.

    Uh … ok? Because someone’s really going to pay you to walk out in the woods and look at nature.

    What the ever loving fuck?

    And ethan … has just lost his mind. You can’t even talk to him.

  10. I can’t even get ERin to help in the yard. You know … our “nature”. But she’s going to … do what?

    Honestly. how did I fuck up with them so badly?

  11. I’m seriously about to cry right now. ugh.

    You’re welcome for bringing the blog down.

  12. You can’t control teen stupid. Parents have tried through all time. It’s a force of nature. You just do your best and pray.

  13. With these two, teen stupid is reaching epic proportions.

  14. I honestly. g ah.

    MJ, nevermind what I told you a few years back. Don’t have kids.

  15. What’s her aptitude/skill set, besides making her mom despair?

  16. She has excellent people skills – she can multi-task. She is organized.

  17. I think I need to kick them both out of this oppressive (and boring) house so they can live their full and true life. By providing for their needs – you know, food, cars, phones, and all the necessities of life – otherwise identified by them as a “horrible home life” – I’m really preventing them from being truly happy.

    We actually expected Ethan to help with the water heater. Can you imagine.

    Yes. We are truly monsters.

    Is it too early in the day to drink?

  18. Horrible…!!! OMG. Yeah, they need to GTFO if they don’t like it and can’t pitch in to help Mom with the fucking water heater. That is some otherworldly bullshit. I’m ready to spank them on your behalf.

  19. Carin, I’m always grateful when you are honest about your kids, it makes me feel like less of a dumbass because other people go through the same stuff.

    Your kids are great, they are going through a stupid phase.

  20. Making them live life outside of the incredible comfort, safety and love of your home should surely teach them, “Man! I had it so good at home and now I have to earn shit and whatnot!”

  21. I tried to have a serious talk with Erin last night about what she’d like to do, and she pulled some BS about moving away and working in a park somewhere. Because she likes “nature”.
    Uh … ok? Because someone’s really going to pay you to walk out in the woods and look at nature.
    What the ever loving fuck?

    ——-

    This made me LOL.

  22. your kids have it easy, Car in. Harsh reality will bring them around.

    Whether you bring it, or not.

  23. It’s just weird, because my first two are so hardworking. And Hannah is rocking out pre-med, and is spending her precious few weeks off this summer with a volunteer trip to Peru (all the while managing to enjoy life when she can). And then there is these two.

    I think I’m going to take Ethan for a drive to take a look at the trailer park, so he can see his future. Honestly.

  24. I always found it super ironic that the kids who most bitch about the oppression of parents are the ones who become the most DEPENDENT ON help from their family. Often for the rest of their life.

  25. I am not happy with Ethan though, helping with stuff around the house, ESPECIALLY when they could do the part their Mother is doing (heavy lifting) is nonnegotiable. Possible asskicking involved from dad.

    I am fully aware Carin is capable of heavy lifting, NOT. THE. POINT.

  26. “Mom always ragging on me about school. I DO WHAT I WANT.”

    Ethan told me last night that he hates school. @@. oh my Lord. I thought he was brighter than that. EVERYONE “hates” school in part. It’s a necessary evil. SUCK IT UP.

  27. He did help. He was very put out though.

  28. you can either parent your kids, or parent your grandkids. Wouldn’t you rather enjoy your grandkids?

  29. He did help. He was very put out though.

    ———

    Well, okay then.

  30. Somehow I doubt Erin is park ranger or fire-spotter material. And unless she wants to film herself doing a lot of bushcraft or plant identification and hope to blow up on Instagram or Youtube, I don’t think there’s a future in “nature”.

    I’ve had my best luck with indeterminate cherry tomato varieties like Rapunzels. As long as you’re willing to keep training the vines and you don’t mind skins in your sauce, they’re a lot less work than trying to keep the bigger varieties happy and keep the fruit from splitting.

  31. Ethan told me last night that he hates school. @@. oh my Lord. I thought he was brighter than that. EVERYONE “hates” school in part. It’s a necessary evil. SUCK IT UP.

    ———

    Wait until he learns everyone to one extent or the other “hates” working and the work they do. They SUCK IT UP because buying food and having a place to live is important.

    Of course, our stupid welfare/disability system offers the idiots an “out.”

  32. Somehow I doubt Erin is park ranger or fire-spotter material. And unless she wants to film herself doing a lot of bushcraft or plant identification and hope to blow up on Instagram or Youtube, I don’t think there’s a future in “nature”.

    Yea, wait until I tell her that being a “park ranger” (assuming she could get such a jerb w/o a degree- doubtful) isn’t going to support her nail salon/clothes buying lifestyle she’s grown accustomed to. See, yesterday she took the Kayak out on the lake. Pretty sure that’s where that was coming from yesterday. Maybe someone will pay her to just ride a kayak around?

  33. Wait until he learns everyone to one extent or the other “hates” working and the work they do. They SUCK IT UP because buying food and having a place to live is important.

    SHUT THE FRONT DOOR.

  34. kayaking is hard on nails and clothes. Just sayin!

  35. I looked into park rangering years ago.

    Very hard to get in. Degrees are required. Some parks will only look at you if you have volunteered for a couple of summers, the pay is horrible, and the closest nail salon is 100’s of miles away.

  36. Greenhouse work isn’t hard to get into, but if she’s never helped in the garden, forget it.

  37. What’s Drew Carey’s joke? “Oh you hate your job? There’s a support group for that. It’s called ‘everyone’ and they meet at the bar.”

    Honestly, it sounds like it’s time for Erin to find a couple of roommates and move out.

  38. Has she considered sheep farming? I could use a farmhand in a year or two.

  39. Very hard to get in. Degrees are required. Some parks will only look at you if you have volunteered for a couple of summers, the pay is horrible, and the closest nail salon is 100’s of miles away.

    Yea, I was pretty sure it was one of those stupid degrees to get in college – stupid, because the pay is very small and you’ll have trouble living and paying off the debt.

  40. I LOVE nurseries (the plant kind). I love walking around and smelling the different smells and the layout, the color, the beauty and the possibilities. But alas, no one is willing to pay me to do that

  41. It’s just weird, because my first two are so hardworking. And Hannah is rocking out pre-med, and is spending her precious few weeks off this summer with a volunteer trip to Peru (all the while managing to enjoy life when she can). And then there is these two.

    My guess is that this is related. Erin probably looks at Hannah being miss superstar premed student volunteer and wants to be something other than Hannah.

    It’s time for her to move out and start fending for herself. She’ll be a lot happier when she’s responsible for her own life.

    She has excellent people skills – she can multi-task. She is organized.

    Honestly, she sounds like she’d do well working her way up to office manager somewhere.

  42. What’s Drew Carey’s joke? “Oh you hate your job? There’s a support group for that. It’s called ‘everyone’ and they meet at the bar.”

    ———-

    ^^^^this^^^^

  43. What’s Drew Carey’s joke? “Oh you hate your job? There’s a support group for that. It’s called ‘everyone’ and they meet at the bar.”

    You job, both it’s pay and it’s demands, should make it so that you can do what you lOVE when you’re not working. Several ways to work this. A lesser paying job, but w/o the stress etc and other sorts of demands, frees up time and heartache, for example. Making a crap ton of money doing something you hate enables you to take dream vacations.

    Honestly, it sounds like it’s time for Erin to find a couple of roommates and move out.

    I must tread carefully here. The wrong room mates, and this could take a bad turn. And she’s got a collection of bad choices to choose from. I’m not against it, but I don’t see my time of parenting done with her just yet.

  44. Some of her friends are truly fucktards.

  45. If I could get her to move in with Ian (oldest brother) I’d be on board for that.

  46. I like going into a department store and picking up objects and pondering their value to my life, their beauty, the joy it would bring to give it as a gift, but alas, no one is willing to pay me to do that.

  47. Associate’s in Business is a thing. May come with internship opportunities.

  48. but I don’t see my time of parenting done with her just yet.

    ——–

    A mom knows.

  49. I like going into restaurants in Hawaii with the greatest view, ordering the best tasting champagne, eating the most delightful food and having no limits with regard to the cost. But alas, no one is willing to pay me to do that.

  50. The whole “oppressed/dependent” thing is familiar. In my case a certain level of (still present) self-loathing is present. Do they have some sort of accomplishment of note outside the home, of their own doing? Is it possible there’s a self-confidence issue?

    I know, broken people shouldn’t try to “fix” others, but I couldn’t help but notice that sounds like familiar territory…

  51. Associate’s in Business is a thing. May come with internship opportunities.

    This. Maybe look into some accounting classes. IINM, the math is usually not that bad, it’s just you need to be detail oriented.

    Get smart on Office, especially some of the trickier capabilities in Word and Excel, and you can usually find some paying office work. It may not be sexy, but it will pay the rent.

  52. he whole “oppressed/dependent” thing is familiar. In my case a certain level of (still present) self-loathing is present. Do they have some sort of accomplishment of note outside the home, of their own doing? Is it possible there’s a self-confidence issue?

    I am really constantly trying to get them to … excel on things. Doing things that will make themselves feel pride. It’s like fucking pulling teeth. The have abilities and talents. they are both set on squandering them.

  53. Honestly, at this point I doubt your pushing will have the desired effect. More likely you’re going to cause them to push back.

  54. Been working on a “what life costs” budget to show my kids later today. Got the costs from a friend who lives on her own, so pretty easy to completely isolate out cost.

    We came up with $1396 a month for basic living. That’s a cheap car and cheap car insurance – both of which would be more for young people.

  55. I don’t push. I invite. I tell them they are good at x, so why don’t they do it.

  56. The self-esteem movement is absolutely killing the country and is complete bullshit.

    The ONLY way to feel pride and have confidence is to accomplish things (big and small). Telling a kid they are great is garbage. The way a kid feels after they have for example:

    Tying their shoes,
    Making their bed daily.
    Knowing how to use the machines in the house.
    Being in charge of a pet.
    Completely cleaning and organizing your garage, bedroom, whatever.
    Planned, organized rewritten, proofread, a coherent paper.
    Earned licenses like scuba, driving, whatever.
    Planned, bought, executed and cleaned up after a meal.
    Joined a team, practiced, fought for a position and played in a game.
    Was in charge of something, like a school newspaper, student government, hobby club.
    Played an instrument in front of others.
    Applied for a job (regardless of how menial) show up on time, get along, learn stuff and EARN the praise of a boss.

    I’m obviously missing some obvious stuff. But this is a comment on society, not Carin’s children.

  57. You know who else works out in nature?

    Landscapers and roofers. Not known for their manicures.

  58. I made a mistake yesterday. The STL meat was in 2011. So Henry is now 7.

  59. Mare tells it true. I got the wrong way around being told I was so bright, but I never applied myself and never saw proof, so now I feel like a damn fraud all the time. It does kids zero favors.

  60. There’s a balancing act. Unwarranted praise is bad for the kid, but so is constant negative criticism. I’ve seen the results of the latter, especially with a HS friend.

  61. You all suck.

  62. Cavil, it is NEVER too late to do things. Big or small and I mean that.

  63. We know we suck, shut the hell up, Hotspur.

  64. I think the rules have changed and you can’t unfortunately raise your kids in a bubble, and you’re always been judged (by them) by what they perceive life is like for their friends, etc. Kids may be more needy, in general, basically because the parents have all upped the ante. Add in the hormones, and they basically are a bag of mess and irrationality.

    But I will not stand by and watch while throw themselves off some cliff. I need to find that clue bat to hit them upside the head with.

  65. If Hotspur’s poon was big enough, I’d punch it.

  66. Yeah, social media has made it more difficult, since they not only see what their friends do, but what teenagers around the world do, and it distorts their perceptions.

    It also fucks with a lot of parents who find themselves using their kids in competition with each other. Hence why you end up with Lori Loughner paying to get her daughter in to USC even when the latter didn’t want to go.

  67. But I will not stand by and watch while throw themselves off some cliff. I need to find that clue bat to hit them upside the head with.

    ———

    The hard part of parenting.

    I was a hardass parent, BUT VERY LOVING. My kids love talking about the crap I’d do and say and we laugh about it now. However, they do say the hardass stuff I made them do helped them quite a bit in life.

    I may have told this story but too bad I’m telling it again. My daughter was a co-captain of the volleyball team in 8th grade, the captains were giving a short speech in front of the school and parents for some kind of rally deal. In the car, on the way to school, I asked her to read me her speech. I asked her to hand it to me and at a stoplight I ripped it up and told her it was off the top of her head garbage. She freaked out, said “what are you doing??!!??!!” and started to cry. I said pull out a piece of paper, think about who you’re talking to, what is important and give it meaning. She did. She gave her speech and the other captain gave a (literally) off the cuff (no notes) garbage speech. “Ummmm, like, like, yeah, ahh, like….ahhhhh.” Total garbage. Besides the loud clapping after my daughter’s speech, many parents (3-4) and several teachers walked up to my daughter and said what an outstanding job she did. My daughter was glowing. She earned the praise but it came from a little pain.

    Also, I found $20 and kiss my ass.

  68. Confession: I like reading Slate’s personal advice columns because they are hilariously stupid.

    Case in point: How do I find non-creepy guys for casual sex?

  69. Just admit it Carin, you’ve failed.

  70. She might as well buy Erin a set of clear heels and take her down for her first tattoo. Keep her from getting something too trashy.

  71. Im curious as to what Cars husband thinks about this stuff? Where is he in all this?

  72. Pay works like 160 hours a week, I think.

  73. Thus the name.

  74. Social media is a new fly in the ointment. Thank God it was nowhere to be found when I was growing up, I’d be a complete loss, instead of struggling to get my head out of my ass.

    Honestly, you know all those milennials we rag on? In the best case scenario, I’m what the boys turn into.

    And I’m a fucking trainwreck.

    I have seen the future, and it is me. And that horrifies me.

    Because those will not be happy campers. And that will have severe consequences once they start acting on it. Because most of them won’t have the restraint and moral foundation my upbringing gave me.

  75. I have declared war on garden pests.

    7 traps deployed.

    One of them electrocutes the buggers.

  76. Cavil. I had thought that the entertainment-gaming complex was busy building virtual worlds to pacify the boys-who-can’t-be-men, but then the SJWs ruined gaming and forced those men out into the real world. Angry, tech savvy, and suddenly brimming with T at what had been taken from them.

    The Left just can’t help itself, it’s inherently self-fighting. They were so close to getting all the beta males to just hide out in their gaming and porn cells forever, then Gamergate happened.

  77. Car in, it’s like our daughters are twins, though mine did get a degree…but then whines she wants to quit her job and go work in a park. She wants to hike for a living or something.

    o_O

    Ooookay. Just know you’re not moving back here when you run out of money.

    Tattoo has an advanced degree and she works in nature. And it was just what scott said. You must be degreed, there are very few slots, the pay sucks, and you wind up in the middle of nowhere — though, depending on what park/preserve, you can take lovely pictures.

  78. I still fight that impulse. Not entirely successfully. But you’re dead on, leon. We’d have been happy in our refuge, but they decided to leave us nothing.

    Beginning to think I should forget IT and get into metalworking and gunsmithing.

  79. Yeah, and my kid is 26. She acts put out when we ask her to unload the dishwasher.

  80. I love this image. Captures it perfectly.

  81. We gotta come up with something else for the landwhales. Too fuel inefficient.

  82. Farming is working in nature, and you’ll hike your ass off.

  83. I hired a mole extermination service. Last year our back garden was a fucking mess. Everywhere you went there were tunnels and little dirt mounds.

    The way the service works is they spray the perimeter with a repellant. That keeps the neighbors’ moles out and my moles in. Two weeks later they return with traps for the traveling tunnels, and poison for the feeding tunnels. Then they come back two weeks later, empty the traps, reset them, and put in new poison. They keep this up for 7 visits every two weeks.

    It was only $500 for all 8 visits, which I think is a good deal.

    They start day after tomorrow.

  84. We gotta come up with something else for the landwhales.

    Rendering.

  85. For Carin and Beasnsnsnsnsnssnsnsns, when my kids were living at home my oldest was ALWAYS put out when asked to do stuff. Really? Really? My husband had to teach her about faking (SYWM) being happy and agreeable in order to get along and avoid blowups (from me).

    Anyhoo, now that she has her own home and is more mature, when she’s invited over for dinner she’s the first to clear the table, fill the dishwasher and put extra food away. She also brings gifts and is a gracious host when we go to her home.

    Maturity it’s a miracle!

  86. Speaking of which, she did call the church and has an appointment with the priest next week. I told her to request Monsignor but she froze up and told the receptionist she didn’t have a preference. Since Father ‘P’ was in the office, that is who she is getting to officiate her wedding.
    Father ‘P’, at times, has a serious effeminate inflection.

    But hey, I didn’t have to kick her in the pants to make the call, like my friend is having to do with her daughter on a whole host of things regarding her wedding.

  87. Also, I found $20 and kiss my ass.

    tomswifty hearts mare ;)

  88. Beginning to think I should forget IT and get into metalworking and gunsmithing.

    Start out on the side as a hobby. Take some classes, etc.

    I really wish I could find a forge to work with around here. The one place I know of is a PITA.

  89. My husband had to teach her about faking (SYWM) being happy and agreeable in order to get along and avoid blowups (from me).

    We have a goal of getting her out of here by the end of this month. She had lived on her own for two years after graduation but regressed once she moved back here….ignoring the request she at least keep the bathroom she uses clean and generally help out.

    We once got into it when I asked her to check in on her grandmother. She whined that if she didn’t want to, I’d make her feel like a bad person. It’s remarks like that, that make me seriously wonder where we went wrong. Um…it’s called being an adult. Adults do things and make sacrifices, even if they don’t want to, for the well being and happiness of others. (like taking care of their adult children..hoping they’ll absorb the lesson of love and kindness and start returning love and kindness upon others….sheesh). ….(she’s not a monster – she is very sweet to most people she comes into contact with – I think she unloads on me because mom and ‘safe’.)

  90. Too early to drink!!!!????!!!?!!!???
    It’s as if I don’t know you ppl

  91. I owe the IRS $670. The State owes me $20.

  92. Haha, prophetic!

  93. hey beasnsnsnnsnnnssss, did you get into the argument room?

  94. I better be careful…

  95. “which I think is a good deal.”

    What if it was $250 per mole?

  96. On sale at Home Depot – Embers brand charcoal briquettes (gets good reviews) 40 lbs for $9.98

  97. nice price!

  98. High fives TomSwifty!

  99. Carin, freedom comes with responsibilities, right? Maybe everytime they complain about some horrible oppression, you give them more freedom.

    They bitch about having to help with chores? Cut their phone loose from the family plan. They are free to get and pay for their own phone.

    Don’t like being asked to run errands? They are free to pay their own car insurance, etc.

  100. Rent went up at home when chores didn’t get done.

  101. Of course, they had sports to pull away from us. But not our jobs! Those came right after priority school, and before anything else.

  102. The last Doolittle raider dies in San Antonio:

    https://www.mysanantonio.com/news/local/article/Last-of-the-Doolittle-Raiders-dies-in-San-Antonio-13753585.php

    One of my favorite characters in the Longmire books is Lucian Connelly, former sheriff of Absoroka county.

  103. My dad let my sister live at home for years after she graduated HS, while she was going to college. Even after she finished she often lived at home for periods of time, was on his phone plan (because it was cheaper for him to get an extra line and she repaid him), etc. I really do think that it was unhealthy for her. Sis is a narcissist, IMHO, and was hard left for the longest time. Once she got married and moved away, she finally started to grow up.

  104. I keep my mother in law on my phone plan because she’s bad with money and it ensures that my wife can call her.

    When will she grow up?

  105. Charcoal briquette inventory is up to 140 lbs.

    That should get us through the summer.

  106. can you use them in the pellet stove?

  107. Nope. Plus 40 lbs of wood pellets is only $5.

  108. One of my favorite characters in the Longmire books is Lucian Connelly, former sheriff of Absoroka county.

    Loved him in the show too. Haven’t read the books but think I may.

  109. It’s not too late for me to switch careers to well and septic service.

    It’s not too late. Indeed, the timing might be perfect.

  110. She has excellent people skills – she can multi-task. She is organized.

    Plus she is good looking. I think she should go into sales. She’d probably be good at it if she believes in the product she is selling, later on when she has no soul left she could sell anything to anybody.

  111. Pupster speaks wisdom.

    Pharmaceutical sales, young lady.

  112. Pharmaceutical sales, young lady.

    ——-

    HA! I just wrote one of my stupid stories about how great the money is in pharmaceutical sales but deleted it because I’m keeping myself to 1-2 boring stories per poat.

  113. She is very likeable. She only hostesses now at the restaurant, but gets tips from crotchity people who NEVER tip (for carry out). Everyone loves her. I’m not against her working where I did -but I want her to dream bigger. I mean, if she wants to be in the business, then own the restaurant.

  114. Is pharmaceutical sales a thing again? Obamacare made it illegal.

    They were our biggest block of customers until they were all laid off.

  115. That is what my dad did.

    My childhood prescriptions were often filled in the basement.

    Still have some pads and pens, most have ads on them for psych drugs.

  116. Sales is people skills and memory, being organized and presenting well. She could start in inside sales/sales support while she learns the products, then get a territory kick it’s ass. She could also gain skills in retail too, she likes clothes and makeup, she could sell that stuff and get an employee discount. Sephora. Macy’s. DSW.

    I’m really good at giving advice to other peoples kids. My kids are a hot mess.

  117. I make $8,456 a month working from home, and only spend 20 hours a week doing it. You can too.

  118. Sex trade isn’t for everyone.

  119. Erin needs to become a social media influence.

    It’s the career of the future.

  120. social media influencer, I should say.

  121. Pharmaceutical sales, young lady.
    ———
    I haven’t seen a drug rep in years. As a med student and resident we bought our own lunch only a few times per week since the drug and equipment reps were always bringing food by the various conference rooms. We used to have Thursday night journal club and there was always food and a couple of cases of beer. We’d stash the leftover beer in the chief resident’s office for Friday night sign out rounds. They would give out all sorts of drug samples … mostly anti-inflammatory meds. And pens, lots of pens. We have equipment reps in the OR all the time.

  122. I’m a social media influencer. Some call it facedouche stalker.

    Potato, potahto

  123. When he was Lukewarmspur he only made $5000 a month.

  124. It was the Obama years Scott, the economy was slow

  125. He moved to Dicksboro for a reason.

  126. twitter.com/CrashMacDuff/status/1115789425911398400

  127. hey beasnsnsnnsnnnssss, did you get into the argument room?

    Don’t think so. I peeked into facechimp for a few minutes and didn’t see any notification. Lemme go look again. Brb

  128. We owed the IRS 3600 and the state 700. It mighta had something to do with some pension the husband began to draw on from when EDS had a pension. He shoulda taken the payout they offered a couple of years ago.

    FUCKERS!

  129. Trump has made everyone so racist I can’t find a job anywhere!

    Hint: Trump isn’t his president.

  130. Looks like my add to the argument room is still pending.

  131. Mare?

    https://is.gd/mxEf8R

  132. Downwind, everyone really puked.

  133. It appears Lauraw’s comment and Sean’s are related.


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