ha ha ha.........
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Welcome to the curse of the undead thread. Sure, it smells bad, and looks rough, but it is far from being dead.
Happy Easter to all the Threads out there...... Oh, and to the posters as well....:D :D
May you find all your eggs.
Wait another month and follow your nose.
I like green beans.
I like steak, baked potato with sour cream only and salad with balsamic fig vinagrette.
Please make my steak medium rare. In fact, as long as it isn't moving, I'll eat it..
Did somebody say chicken?
NO. Beef, its whats for dinner.
Chicken over beef any day.
Cat over chicken, any day. :eek: :D
That is TOO funny. :)
And on the 2,195,673th day, God made Froot Loops, and it was good. Especially with cold milk and a few pieces of toast with jelly.
Motorcyclist protesting helmet law dies after striking head on pavement
Reuters July 4, 2011 Comment 16 A bare-headed motorcyclist riding in protest of New York state's helmet law crashed, struck his head on the roadway and died from his injuries, state police said on Sunday.
Philip Contos, 55, was riding among a large group of motorcyclists staging an organized protest ride in western New York near Syracuse against the state law requiring all motorcyclists to wear helmets.
The Parish, New York, resident crashed on Saturday on Route 11 in Onondaga, New York, and was pronounced dead later at a local hospital, state Trooper Robert Jureller said.
"The doctor felt that the death could have been prevented if he simply had been wearing a helmet," Jureller said. "He hit the brakes, lost control, was ejected and struck his head on the road. He suffered a skull fracture."
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Cheerios Cereal is 70 years old!!! ;):D
For those who would like to know.
They haven't gone stale after all that time?
On this day in 1776 - Col. John Nixon gave the first public reading of the U.S. Declaration of Independence to a crowd at Independence Square in Philadelphia.