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04-11-2018, 04:46 AM   #39016
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Neut, or nutmeg, amid some other spices
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Outdated Outboard engine, but the design looks simple, efficient and basically the same as any modern outboard. The only major change I see is the position of a big rudder in front of the propeller. SFAIK modern outboards have only a small fin-like rudder that's integral with the gear housing.

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Stilt-walker. I've seen so many performers doing this, but it still amazes me they can do it so long, so many times and never seem lose their balance. The "feet" showing below the cuffs almost look like ice-skates.

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Stones, decor at a local park, and which reminded me too much of my own bald pate
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QuoteOriginally posted by noelcmn Quote
Stones, decor at a local park, and which reminded me too much of my own bald pate

BALD IS BEAUTIFUL! MATURE! THOUGHTFUL! DISTINGUISHED! EYE-CATCHING; IMPOSING! ENVIABLE! IMPRESSIVE! And with the right mix of genetics and chemotherapy, INEVITABLE.
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LOL! I'll give it a fond stroke shortly. The genetics are what get to me- Wait till I see my dad again- I'll have somewhat to say to him
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QuoteOriginally posted by noelcmn Quote
LOL! I'll give it a fond stroke shortly. The genetics are what get to me- Wait till I see my dad again- I'll have somewhat to say to him
as I understand it

the culprit is the maternal grandfather

if he was bald, so you will be

but rejoice

God made a few perfect heads, the mistakes he covered with hair
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Oooh. I'll use that in my next sermon! I may have half less congregants!
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