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1 wow what a blog more Fear from these radicals on Thu Nov 05, 2009 12:34 pm

gypsy


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More fear mongering by repubs/radicals/fox news
The FIRST PART OF THE HEALTH CARE PLAN IS ALREADY IN PLACE,” said Orthopedic Surgeon David Janda on Fox News Channel’s ‘Glenn Beck’ show on Wednesday. “It was HIDDEN in the Stimulus Bill (SB). And if fact, the LEAD RATIONING BOARD HAS ALREADY BEN PASSED INTO LAW,” explained the author of the book, ‘The Awakening of a Surgeon.’
HIDDEN IN THE STIMULUS BILL!!???
this is some scary crap being pushed by This Janda an Fox who would of thunk!! lol!


http://777denny.wordpress.com/2009/11/05/surgeon-says-15-member-rationing-board-per-stimulus-bill-already-appointed-by-obama-as-march-on-washington-2-to-oppose-obamacare-strikes-at-noon/

runawayhorses


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gypsy wrote: who would of thunk!! lol!

"thunk"?? The definition of that word is as follows:

"A dull, hollow sound"

I don't get it...

Guest


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"thunk"?? The definition of that word is as follows:

"A dull, hollow sound"

I don't get it....(When one can't think,one thunks)

runawayhorses


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Oh OK, I get it now..

gypsy


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haha ok on thunk it is what I think about the article an /The Doc /Fox is Thunk!! lol!

rosco 357


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gypsy wrote:haha ok on thunk it is what I think about the article an /The Doc /Fox is Thunk!! lol!

i have heard that saying all my life, i imagine yall have and are messing around?
on old sayings, sometimes i forget i work with guys that are my kids age, about a month ago at work, i said " this will not last till the water gets hot" which i have heard all my life, he looked at me puzzled and said , " is that some kinda saying"? i just laughed, and said oh i forgot how young u are..

runawayhorses


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rosco 357 wrote:i have heard that saying all my life, i imagine yall have and are messing around?
No I seriously never heard it before.

rosco 357


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actually the saying i have heard hundreds of time goes more like . or said this way,,
"whoed of thunk it",

SSC


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Rosco I have heard your term my whole life, maybe it is a Southern thang..lol..

runawayhorses


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Well I'm from the south too and lived here my whole life! Why haven't I heard of it?

Are you out-casting me as a southerner? Well get real, I'm a real southern boy who was born here in Florida.

I'm more south than you, so put that in your pipe and smoke it..

lmao

rosco 357


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no tyler ur influenced by those northern snow birds, lmao, ur turning yankee on us, lol, take care,

runawayhorses


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LOL

rosco 357


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food for thought, actually where i work some workers drive in from surrounding counties, that are more rural than here, and even though its all bama, the ppl from the surrounding more rural counties have a differnent accent than most ppl that live here, but one story, when in a resterant in Pennsylvania on vacation. u have to order ice tea, or u might get hot tea, but thats still not it, we ordered, and then told the waitress we were from the south, "she just said yes i can tell", by our accents,, whoed of thunk that,take care

SSC


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Bet if you had ordered sweet tea she would have been clueless...LOL

rosco 357


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SSC wrote:Bet if you had ordered sweet tea she would have been clueless...LOL

we stayed in hershey, as the factory is there, and they have hershey kisses shaped street lights. we branched out each day one day to lancaster county and the amish, tour. one day to philly to congressional hall, and one day to Hershey park , its like a six flags, amusement park, and a tour of Gettysburg, on a open top tour bus, and it made stops, and as i said on the way back the blue ridge parkway , the skyline drive part, where ur up in what looks like the smokies but heading south u see the Shenandoah valley on ur right way below,, but we missed as i have said Harpers Ferry, and i saw it on Trucking USA and its federally ran so it is fixed up nice, i hate we missed it but just did not have time to drive the skyline to the point we had motel reservations. but Virginia is the place for history in my view,Colonial Williamsburg, is one of our best vacations,its federally ran, and that includes the 3 times i have been to disney world, i just loved williamburg, we bought a 2 day ticket for it, .. but i think i have posted this, take care,

gypsy


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I was in Philadelphia Pennsylvania in 79, went to the liberty bell an the museum where the declaration was written an signed.,very interesting with the voice tapes an the statues of the people in senate an house .
ate the best pretzel an hot dogs~ there in Phillie,went to the garden show,nice trip..

then went to Hershey sure is beautiful country there..

gypsy


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rosco 357 wrote:actually the saying i have heard hundreds of time goes more like . or said this way,,
"whoed of thunk it",
yes that is how it is said .I have heard it all my life also~

rosco 357


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gypsy wrote:I was in Philadelphia Pennsylvania in 79, went to the liberty bell an the museum where the declaration was written an signed.,very interesting with the voice tapes an the statues of the people in senate an house .
ate the best pretzel an hot dogs~ there in Phillie,went to the garden show,nice trip..

then went to Hershey sure is beautiful country there..

in philly I saw the liberty bell, and benjamin franklins house which is just a shell , its about gone. where the declaration of independence was signed is Congressional Hall, is probably where u went, unless i am terrible mistaken, its pretty there but the freeways sucks big time, ours are great compaired but i think its the harsh winters that get to theirs,

gypsy


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oh ok Congressional Hall,I always get those mixed up~why is it almost gone ,deterioration?

rosco 357


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gypsy wrote:oh ok Congressional Hall,I always get those mixed up~why is it almost gone ,deterioration?

yep actually Frankins house it in town and between buildings they have metal stairs going up, as it was tall but actually u cant even call it a house but the place a house was..

gypsy


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I remember Franklin house

when We were there it was in March~ an it snowed big time
Joseph our youngest son had his Kidney surgery there, we were there a month
Stayed at McDonald house a week before surgery an a week after surgery
I stayed across the street at the Biltmore,the hospital is First children s hospital my gosh it is big~ I guess it is still there, I should look it up~

Guest


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rosco 357 wrote:actually the saying i have heard hundreds of time goes more like . or said this way,,
"whoed of thunk it",
Hoodathunkit. It's fairly new around here (SC) and I don't remember seeing it until I got on the net.

Guest


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Roscoe wrote: "its pretty there but the freeways sucks big tiime..." // I lived in Charleroi for a year and PA is indeed a beautiful state. But yer right about the freeways. I remember coming to an overpass that was entirely surfaced with patches. Every square foot of it. Cars rusted out quickly too. They have a strict inspection regime that included restrictions on how many holes your car's sheet metal can have and how big they can be. You would see 5 or 6 six year old cars selling for a few hundred dollars just because of the ugly patch jobs. The cars that could not be patched would be sold in Ohio which had no inspection at all.

rosco 357


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meemoon wrote:Roscoe wrote: "its pretty there but the freeways sucks big tiime..." // I lived in Charleroi for a year and PA is indeed a beautiful state. But yer right about the freeways. I remember coming to an overpass that was entirely surfaced with patches. Every square foot of it. Cars rusted out quickly too. They have a strict inspection regime that included restrictions on how many holes your car's sheet metal can have and how big they can be. You would see 5 or 6 six year old cars selling for a few hundred dollars just because of the ugly patch jobs. The cars that could not be patched would be sold in Ohio which had no inspection at all.

we dont have car inspections here, and im glad, i heard they will find something to charge u with if its even a headlight adjustment. my first car was a northern car a 62 impala.that would have been 1966 i did not know at first,but it rusted so fast it had to be,, my uncle got it from a guy at united states steel mill where he worked, i had saved, and my dad got a loan for me to pay off, the whole price was 650 bucks, i was only 15 and had to wait till i was old enough to drive it, but i was working at the grocery store, so i had some of the money and made payments,

gypsy


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we don't have car inspections here anymore
to renew your license you have to have proof of insurance though.
I guess that is law in all states?

I have lived in a commonwealth state for over 40 years still don't know the difference in the laws from just regular states .will look that up also

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