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03-29-2015, 04:32 AM   #16066
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03-29-2015, 08:36 AM   #16067
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They can be frightening when you go past, quite innocently on the outside of their property without making any move towards the property. Always scared such dogs might know a way out.
Yes, we can always tell where someone is walking because all the dogs in that area will start barking. The dangerous thing that happened was new yrs eve when the neighbors across the street from me decided to let their kids pop fire crackers all night. I had to sedate my dog, the elderly people next to me had a very small chihuaha that was terrified, and I was the only one to check on the German shepherd next door, he had been left outside. The next morning the kids were back at it, I had to go to work and I wasn't sedating my dog again so I had to be "that neighbor" and I called the police out to make them quit. The point is, there were very large dogs next door to these people, if any of them had become terrified and escaped it would of been their children out in the yard to get bit. Stupid really stupid besides it being illegal to set of firecrackers in town. They could have went to a country area to do it. Sheesh, I thought it would be several impromptu fire crackers but it turned out to be 6 hrs of it and then the next morning too.... Until the heat arrived, lol
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I thought that it was "3rd down & 6 to go" where the pitcher had balked the 3-point corner kick after the high sticking foul during the 7th inning stretch
...followed by a birdie on the 9th...


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...followed by a birdie on the 9th...
Ev'rybody:

"When the mooooooon is in the 7th house...."

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and Jupiter aligns with Mars.....
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Sounds more complicated than 43-Man Squamish.
At one time I had the issue of Mad magazine with the game and rules in it, I was 18 at the time.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Parallax Quote
and Jupiter aligns with Mars.....
And they form a "Trio" with the Moon! or something like that... as long as we don`t loose gravity.

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QuoteOriginally posted by robtcorl Quote
Sounds more complicated than 43-Man Squamish.

How could this be confusing;
OVER 31: AUS 174/2 (Smith 47* Clarke 74*) Clarke wants that glass of chamapge NOW! First four balls in the over, he goes four, four, four, four. Bottom-hand over long on. Full toss laced through the covers. Now a ball sliced through point. And now cut for four. Southee the unfortunate bowler, 17 off the over. 10 needed off like a thousand balls or something.
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And they form a "Trio" with the Moon! or something like that... as long as we don`t loose gravity.
No, no, no! "Then peace will guide the planets, and love will steer the stars."

Sheesh!
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"Then peace will guide the planets, and love will steer the stars."
That sounds very poetic - I like it
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and Jupiter aligns with Mars.....
This is hands down one of the best movie musical opening scenes ever. Twyla Tharp's choreography was just superb and the singer is sublime...


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That sounds very poetic - I like it
Clearly, you aren't a child of the 60s.
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