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  1. bfloxword commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not 9 days ago

    all the cows I ever had could grow horns if not treated with a chemical early on.

  2. bfloxword commented on Luann 3 months ago

    has to be Gibran

  3. bfloxword commented on Pickles 3 months ago

    sometimes a newspaper will screw up the dates, publish ahead of time, or behind.

  4. bfloxword commented on Luann 3 months ago

    I can call you anything, you can call me “Al”.

  5. bfloxword commented on Pickles 3 months ago

    I was in our Costco yesterday and I understand the sense of ‘where is it this week’? Almonds in large bags in the nuts section, salted. Almonds in large bags in the baking supplies section, across the store, unsalted. Okay. now I know.
    Don’t go to Sam’s or C-co, without everyone in the shopping party having a locator app on their phone.

  6. bfloxword commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not 3 months ago

    preserve for posterity, preferably pickled.

  7. bfloxword commented on Pickles 3 months ago

    neuter all pit bull type dogs and any other dog who ever shows the least amount of agression toward anyone or another domestic animal.

  8. bfloxword commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not 3 months ago

    The best go-go dancer I ever knew was a beautiful one-armed girl from Indiana.

  9. bfloxword commented on Jeff Stahler 4 months ago

    Republicans are generally the most hypocritical of politicians, often taking the harshest stands against their own particular failings. The difference? You can have an alternate lifestyle choice (if it is a choice) and be a good Democrat, but not a good Republican. You cannot, though, be unfaithful to your spouse and be a good Democrat, but divorce and affairs seem to be the sins of choice for Republicans.

  10. bfloxword commented on Jeff Stahler 4 months ago

    there are actually a few politicians who have not actually benefitted financially from their service. That said, a long tradition exists for members of all political persuasions to benefit after their service if not during. Speeches and books are usually the method. Some even get pulitzers.