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  1. DragonRydr commented on The Born Loser 3 days ago

    Come on, everyone knows if you want to keep it a secret, post it to Google+.

  2. DragonRydr commented on The Born Loser 4 days ago

    Except that the rich don’t buy more than the poor, of basic necessities. Flat tax has already been shown to hit the lower income brackets harder than the upper income brackets. We NEED to have a progressive tax rates, where those who can afford more, pay more, period.

  3. DragonRydr commented on Shoe 9 days ago

    Nab – Here around Puget Sound, the report is that the lack of significant snow pack and poor spring rains is going to make summer drier than normal. You may see news as “flakes” but that isn’t going to change reality.

  4. DragonRydr commented on Shoe 9 days ago

    Except we’ve been having warm, sunny weather this week.

  5. DragonRydr commented on Family Tree 9 days ago

    TEACHING abstinence as birth control has the highest failure rate, whereas teaching EFFECTIVE birth control works.

  6. DragonRydr commented on Family Tree 12 days ago

    Maybe if we would learn to chill out about a natural fact of human existence, and teach teens to DEAL with it, rather than teaching that it is (a) evil and (b) not allowed (thereby making it all the more desirable) STD’s and teen pregnancy would drop like a hot rock.

  7. DragonRydr commented on Shoe 15 days ago

    Well yeah, have you seen how those little twits can run? Talk about fast food!

  8. DragonRydr commented on FoxTrot Classics 15 days ago

    Yeah, I’ve always had a problem with that whole “Love me and be protected from what I’ll do to you if you don’t love me.” Sounds like an abusive parent to me. I’ve never achieved the level of self-delusion necessary to belive these fantasy stories.

  9. DragonRydr commented on Pearls Before Swine 19 days ago

    And BACON! Bacon is a MAJOR food group.

  10. DragonRydr commented on Doonesbury 22 days ago

    Nope. I remember every second of it, how proud I felt to be marrying my wife, how uncharacteristically confident I felt, how great everything looked. I was not the “deer in the headlights” groom, nor passing out, nervous or all the other typical groom ailments.