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I figured if there were Democrats on a Mercedes board they would have some articulate points to make...............

But then I see they drive an 80 300D with a sig that reads..."Biodiesel not War" and I figure they didn't qualify for the $0 Down Delivers at Bob Rohrman Kia.
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122° is an all-time record at the local airport. Most summers top out at around 115°, a little cooler here in the more scenic part of the valley.

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Damn! I missed that. I like shady.

Yea mine is now 14K and well i'm tired of giving it away. i have a little more sqft than you but id rather have your tax. does it really get to 118? my lord.
I have been many places, and I find Tennessee a nice place, My wife and myself spent 3 days in Chattanooga in a wonderful little B&B on Lookout Mountain fantastic view. We plan to return and look for some rural acreages.

I was quite enlightened by the history of Lookout Mountain. During the Civil War the battle of Lookout Mountain lasted 1 day casualties 36,000.
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I figured if there were Democrats on a Mercedes board they would have some articulate points to make...............

But then I see they drive an 80 300D with a sig that reads..."Biodiesel not War" and I figure they didn't qualify for the $0 Down Delivers at Bob Rohrman Kia.
thats just funny! i was hoping for the same but i've weeded out the ones i like to chat with and the others are just like a freak show, its fun to observe but not to take home.
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I have been many places, and I find Tennessee a nice place, My wife and myself spent 3 days in Chattanooga in a wonderful little B&B on Lookout Mountain fantastic view. We plan to return and look for some rural acreages.

I was quite enlightened by the history of Lookout Mountain. During the Civil War the battle of Lookout Mountain lasted 1 day casualties 36,000.

Exactly. I'm looking to invest in downtown Chattanooga. It has a lot of potential, beautiful old buildings and the river is big enough for the boat. Its a town on our short list although my wife is a bit hillbilly phoebic. we'll see. the other on our list is savannah GA but i dont like a hurricanes threatening our furture nor am i packing up a uhaul everytime one is on its way.

I went up Lookout mountain to see a home, god was the view incredible! I wasnt aware of the history of it. interesting
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I have been many places, and I find Tennessee a nice place, My wife and myself spent 3 days in Chattanooga in a wonderful little B&B on Lookout Mountain fantastic view. We plan to return and look for some rural acreages.

I was quite enlightened by the history of Lookout Mountain. During the Civil War the battle of Lookout Mountain lasted 1 day casualties 36,000.
Part of a huge campaign that was a slaughter of both sides nearly unmatched in military history.

Standing atop Lookout Mountain you realize that men climbed that damned precipice in the face of gawd-awful fire. it's bloody amazing. Partly so bad because both armies used Napoleonic military tactics of massed armies in the first mechanized war in history. Breech loading rifles, rifled artillery pieces, exploding shells, etc.

Antiquated tactics and modern weapons resulted in the most bloody war in American history.
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Part of a huge campaign that was a slaughter of both sides nearly unmatched in military history.

Standing atop Lookout Mountain you realize that men climbed that damned precipice in the face of gawd-awful fire. it's bloody amazing. Partly so bad because both armies used Napoleonic military tactics of massed armies in the first mechanized war in history. Breech loading rifles, rifled artillery pieces, exploding shells, etc.

Antiquated tactics and modern weapons resulted in the most bloody war in American history.

very interesting. were going back in the fall to see a few other homes on the mtn, i'll look at it differently now. thanks.
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Do you fear liberalism? Would you be more comfortable bound and confined to an agenda dictated by the powers to be?
i dont depend on goverment for my day to day so 'bound and confined' doesnt pertain to me. I look to our 'nation's leader' to protect our nation from those who wish it harm, liberal agendas dont seem to care about that aspect of my concern.
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If the Dems apologize to Joe Liebermann and run him, I'll vote for him.

one of the best statements all night. i too would consider it!
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122° is an all-time record at the local airport. Most summers top out at around 115°, a little cooler here in the more scenic part of the valley.
We go a week straight at 115. It's at least 117 EVERY summer. You need to travel west on Shea or the Beeline more often. Seriously though, mornings are MUCH better in Fountain Hills, it cools off nicely. As soon as I can beat the capital gains wrap on my place, I'm building in the Eagle's Nest.

Where's your watering hole Ron? The Alamo? Tap House? The Stein? The Legion? Brunos?
I'm an Alamo guy on Fridays once or twice a month for happy hour / Sox game and then Bruno's during football season for Bears games.

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