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post #41 of 53 (permalink) Old 02-14-2007, 05:39 PM
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Donner Party You had to be there

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People have resorted to cannabalism during the winter around here.

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Yeah you know I had a friend, she was African American with a WICKED and vicious sense of humor. (she would have love this place!!)

Her job duties in the relocation business included taking realtors to dinner.

Once she had six of them, and made reservations at a swank San Francisco restaurant under the name of Ms. Donner.

When they arrived, they had to wait in the lobby until their table was ready....

Finally, over the PA loudspeaker, loud and clear, it came:


"Donner, party of seven, your table is ready!"






Effin' PRICELESS!!!!!



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how happy i am that you shared your most recent bowel movement with us
next time please just shit in the cab like most muslims do.
I haven't quite figured out if you are for real or simply a re-invented regular. Please don't take this the wrong way, but I find it hard to believe that someone as brain-addled and painfully illiterate as yourself can turn on his computer let alone type semi-coherent sentences.

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Again, Jethro Bodine.

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Hmmm, rural area and a tractor.....I'm thinking more along the lines of an Eb or quite possibly a Mr. Drucker, age permitting.

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Hmmm.....I have readf this entire thread. Are you sure you guys have this global warming problem?
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so whats wrong with farmers if it wasnt for farmers you city slickers would all starve to death.
for your info it was the invertion of the tractor that allowed farmers to multiply their farms output, that and the national railway which allowed for the movement of product from coast to coast.before the tractor there were nothing but stage coach stops 8 hrs ride apart.


so abain jethro i ask you whats wrong with chosing a lifestyle where you feed the world .instead of screwing everyone tou can for a few bucks more.
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so whats wrong with farmers if it wasnt for farmers you city slickers would all starve to death.
for your info it was the invertion of the tractor that allowed farmers to multiply their farms output, that and the national railway which allowed for the movement of product from coast to coast.before the tractor there were nothing but stage coach stops 8 hrs ride apart.


so abain jethro i ask you whats wrong with chosing a lifestyle where you feed the world .instead of screwing everyone tou can for a few bucks more.

So that's how you hit your head.

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So that's how you hit your head.
you know pigs are the hardest animals to train.


you just cant educate pork
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No but you can race'em!
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