Flytrap #2 - Possible NSFW Content and WAW fail , Whiskey Bacon and tamale hootch

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polo

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Your specialist Mastermind subject is 'Research and Shit'?

i could never go on mastermind - i don't know that much about any one specific thing.

nightmare. good show though. noone ever wins. apart from lloyd grosman who got 47?
 

APRIL

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most of my gay friends call each other 'faggots'

they don't take to 'filthy queer' so well though
That's like black people calling each other nigger; its okay for them to say it, but not others outside their demographic.
 

polo

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The last time I called someone a nigger, I got banned from here.

Society says we can't -- which is lame.

but isn't the administration of this board all super cool libertarians? or do they just cherrypick what they want to believe in.

i've been on the end of sectarian or racial hatred most of my life. i've never been offended, most of the slurs are absolutely hilarious.

i understand everywhere isn't n. ireland - but we have a different thing going on here.
 

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b_sinning

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In a few hundred years, kids in school will be learning about their forefather Robocop much like we learn about George Washington and Abraham Lincoln.
 

dbzeag

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Wow. Proof that shitty Ohioans have migrated in droves to FL because this is obviously a result of that exodus.

http://www.orlandosentinel.com/news/politics/os-scott-rejects-rail-money-20110216,0,2863027.story

Scott's decision likely means those dollars will be rerouted to California and other states investing in a high-speed rail network that Obama has likened to the national highway system. Scott had previously said he didn't want the state spending any money on the rail line, which required $280 million in matching funds. But backers of the project have said that the consortiums of companies set to bid on the line had indicated a willingness to put up their own money in return for a contract. At his brief press conference, Scott went into little detail about how he made his decision, referring only generally to his conclusions about the current and future cost of the train. The state has spent about $66 million on engineering for the 84-mile system and was about to issue contracts for another $170 million.

"The money now goes to another state, tens of millions are now wasted on work already done, and tens of thousands of construction jobs have evaporated for Florida." <- Oh so right.
 
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