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  1. #2371
    He won't be writing any checks, he's an institution in MA. (assuming you're referring to Sen Kerry's yacht)

    Here's an interesting angle on that one..........if he's claiming he's mooring the yacht in RI, which would arguably make him a resident there, is he eligible to be the Senator from Massachusetts?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RICHARD View Post
    I kinda admire the NK swagger and stupidity.

    They don't hide behind the population, we know where they are and I can bet that 1 million NKA regulars would love to see the head AH get wiped off the face of the earth.

    DONE.

    And how many times has that little twerp threatened us?

    We do not know much of what the NK populace thinks, and remember, they are not much in touch with the rest of the world. Younger generations (since the end of the Korean (Police Action) War have been told since birth that their beloved leader is wonderful, the only one protecting them from evil outsiders, and is a fashion icon for the rest of the world, amongst other things. I doubt they would welcome him being killed, frankly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Karen View Post
    We do not know much of what the NK populace thinks, and remember, they are not much in touch with the rest of the world. Younger generations (since the end of the Korean (Police Action) War have been told since birth that their beloved leader is wonderful, the only one protecting them from evil outsiders, and is a fashion icon for the rest of the world, amongst other things. I doubt they would welcome him being killed, frankly.
    They might if it got them a full plate at the dinner table .
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    Kim Jong-il: Best Golfer in the World

    This is from a couple years ago- but it's too good not to post. North Korean leader, Kim Jong-il is the best golfer in the world, hands down. On his first ever trip to the golf course, he shot 38-under par, including 5 hole-in-ones! This is reported by the government controlled media. He routinely shoots 3 or 4 hole-in-ones every time out.

    Their is only one course in North Korea and it plays to about 7,700 yards, making Jong-il's feat even more impressive. 38-under par on a course longer than almost any in the US = NOT BAD!

    Just for fun- it is also important to note that the N. Korean media also reports that Jong-il bowled a perfect game-300, on his first time out bowling!

    At about 5'3" and wearing that crazy jump suit of his, this is all very impressive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RICHARD View Post
    hahahahahah

    I hope your hand hurts when you write out the check for the back taxes on your boat/yacht/dinghy, you Yutz.
    Which Yutz is this? I looked back a couple of pages' worth of postings but can't find what you are referring to.

    Senator Kerry? What has he done now? I seem to have missed that too.
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    Hmmmm.....Sen. Kerry might actually be learning! (Either that or the wife's lawyers stepped in)

    http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/...4scTAD9H7KVA81
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    There once was a senator from Nantucket.
    When it came to taxes he said, "Forget it".
    He just cannot be trusted
    for non-paid taxes he was busted.
    And the payment? no, he won't buck it......


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    Quote Originally Posted by RICHARD View Post
    There once was a senator from Nantucket.
    When it came to taxes he said, "Forget it".
    He just cannot be trusted
    for non-paid taxes he was busted.
    And the payment? no, he won't buck it......

    Clap clap clap clap !!!! Well done Richard...I luv it

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    Quote Originally Posted by wombat2u2004 View Post
    Clap clap clap clap !!!! Well done Richard...I luv it
    LOL, YOU rhyme Nantucket and forget it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RICHARD View Post
    LOL, YOU rhyme Nantucket and forget it.
    So the trick is in the rhyme ????
    Can we do one about Puck next time ????

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    meh I was trying to come up with something clever to say....

    but figured it was a waste since everyone already knows How I feel about the REAL puckstop

    but nantucket and puck it rhyme... not a big stretch of the imagination. perhaps if you couldn't put those together poetry is not your forte.

    I'm almost jealous of the obsession here




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    Quote Originally Posted by wombat2u2004 View Post
    So the trick is in the rhyme ????
    Can we do one about Puck next time ????

    I'll give it a go. Haven't written any poetry since high school, but I'll try.
    The name is a bit of a drawback in rhyme, but it'll try to make it family friendly.
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    this stupid thread... thanks a lot Ricahrd. there I sat in bed this morning for an hour thinking of all the words I could come up with that rhyme with Nantucket

    time I could have spent sleeping lol




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    Quote Originally Posted by sparks19 View Post
    this stupid thread... thanks a lot Ricahrd. there I sat in bed this morning for an hour thinking of all the words I could come up with that rhyme with Nantucket

    time I could have spent sleeping lol
    I thought everyone slept thru English Comp.....

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    Next Tuesday, August 3rd, is Primary Day here in Michigan. I really dislike the system here.

    When you walk into the polling place, you have to declare a party in order to get the correct ballot. (This is only for the primary, of course. General elections you get all the names, and don't have to declare.) Anyway, that R or D gets hooked up with your name. Then the Party feels it can inundate you with robocalls, mailings, all manner of junk from now to the end of time.

    There are only two people for whom I want to vote, and of course, one is R, the other is D. One woman is running for the State Senate; the other is running for County Commissioner. Not a single gubernatorial candidate appeals to me, nor do any of the candidates for Congress.

    Douglas has a similar problem - not wanting to be labeled - and where are the Libertarians?


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