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Aug 17, 2018 15:54:01   #
 
Aug 16, 2018 10:57:40   #
photophile wrote:
I have seen:


Nice set Karin
Aug 15, 2018 22:04:36   #
GeorgeH wrote:
Actually Hal, the country lost. We will be many years in undoing the damage that Mr Trump has already done, and should he win or buy a second term.........



Aug 15, 2018 22:04:06   #
thom w wrote:
I like the ones that call themselves Christians. Seems the bible has a thing or two to say about false profits.


false profits

Aug 14, 2018 18:33:09   #
EyeSawYou wrote:
Not bad for hiring thousands of members.


"thousands"?? Do you mean he hired those who voted for him??
Aug 14, 2018 18:31:36   #
dirtpusher wrote:
Are you sure she did run head long on it




 
Aug 14, 2018 17:11:57   #
dirtpusher wrote:
https://www.politicususa.com/2018/08/14/sarah-sanders-laughably-claims-that-trumps-attacks-on-black-people-have-nothing-to-do-with-race.html


God old Sarah; falling on her sword for her leader!!
Aug 14, 2018 17:10:51   #
jcboy3 wrote:
"A Republican candidate for office in Florida is admitting she lied about her educational background and faked her diploma, but refuses to exit the campaign...............................

State House candidate Melissa Howard came under fire last week after she was accused of lying about earning a bachelor’s degree and posing for a photo with a suspected fake university diploma.
Takes some nerve.


She didn't lie; she is just using alternative facts.
Aug 14, 2018 17:06:51   #
kd7eir wrote:
Manafort. Omarosa. Papadopoulos. Scaramucci. Bannon. Cohen. Flynn.

At what point do republicans acknowledge Donald Trump's horrible hiring record and consider the possibility that he shouldn't be selecting
Supreme Court justices?


Here we go again, dealing with "FACTS" which mean nothing to his party.
Aug 13, 2018 15:55:29   #
SharpShooter wrote:
I’ll tell you what I think.
I think that America lost one of its most experienced espionage agents just to satisfy the whims of one of the most deranged people to ever call himself an American.
If the tramp has his way he would fire anybody that ever lifted a finger in the Mueller investigation.
The first rule of government is that micromanagement is the fastest path to collapse of a governing body.
What has happened, happened and it’s likely not better for this country if it was in any way pressure from the White House.
What needs draining is not the FBI, it’s the stench rising from the deepest White House swamp in history!!!
SS
I’ll tell you what I think. br I think that Ameri... (show quote)





Aug 12, 2018 22:03:46   #
AP wrote:
Good to hear from you, foodie65! An important day is coming this Wednesday August 15, it's Julia Child's birthday she was born 1912 and would of been 111.


In Julia's honor, I will be going to NYC with my grandson to see The Lion King. We'll be sure to drink to her legend (with soda pop, of course, since my grandson is only 13).
Good to hear from you; keep those recipes & photos coming.
 
Aug 12, 2018 19:27:49   #
Pegasus wrote:
Well, they do suffer from Madcow disease. That eats at the brain first, right?

ETA: I just checked and I was correct; Madcow disease attacks the brain and the spine. How fitting.


If it attacks the spine, the piece of garbage in the. White House has no worry, he has no spine.
Aug 12, 2018 19:22:36   #
AP: Missed you. My mouth hasn’t watered in weeks. Welcome back & enjoy the new fridge.
Aug 12, 2018 12:04:24   #
lhammer43 wrote:
It's Free Sunday once again and you are welcome to post up anything you little heart desires. For instances.....


Playing around with a water lily


(Download)
Aug 11, 2018 12:59:35   #
Davethehiker wrote:
I cut a trail in the woods on my own property over a mile long. ........................................................


Hope you continue in the road to recovery Dave.
Regarding #2, the pokeweed; when we were kids we called them Ink berries. The legend around where I lived was that the Indians (now native Americans) would make ink out of them
and write with it.
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