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USA Vice President Pence Takes Vaccine » Post #10

Sat Dec 19, 2020 13:35 in General Talk

USA Vice President Pence Takes Vaccine » Post #9

Sat Dec 19, 2020 13:32 in General Talk

Bearded women! Bearden women!

Gimmee that vaccine now! I need hair! My hair is thinning. I was at the salon just this
past Wednesday and the beautician ask if I wanted a body perm. I said NO, my hair will
fall out!

I wanna beard. I wanna beard. Gimmee Gimmee Gimmee that Brazilian Vaccine!

PS one can always shave

Movie - 2012 » Post #10

Sat Dec 19, 2020 13:28 in General Talk

The main character in Snowpiercer gets in a battle with the head honcho of the train.
I liked the movie ok but I wouldn't call it a favorite. In one way it's kind of stupid
because the world is froze but here is people on a train going round and round. :lol:

Of course, most movies like that don't make sense but they are fun to watch.

I really liked 2012 because it was more realistic and constant action. One can imagine
the world becoming disastrous and the big wigs having safety locations such as the arks
or underground bunkers, etc.

With Snowpiercer, one can't imagine people on a train being the only survivors and
going round and round forever. :lol:

Jeff Bezos is the Virus! » Post #9

Sat Dec 19, 2020 13:19 in General Talk

It's a tax write off.

Donating money can actually be better than keeping it.

CHINA Will Save World » Post #10

Sat Dec 19, 2020 13:16 in General Talk

It's difficult to ignore buying products made in China but I know more and more
people in the USA try.

I ordered a blanket the other day without even considering where it was made.
After I received it, looked at the tag, 'Made In China'.

Personally, I don't mind buying some things in China but you know's
kind of like eating. I don't think it's good to eat the same thing all day every

My main bedroom furniture is wood and made in Vietnam.

Some of my main china dishes are made in Thailand.

I have some items made in India also.

I have a lot of dishes 'Fiestaware' as I collected it for some years. It is made
in the USA in the State of Tennessee where I lived for 20 years.

BUT STILL there is just too many products that people buy in the USA that is
made in China.

Years ago, when I was a child, I remember mostly what was sold in the USA
from China was trinkets. Oh no doubt there was major imports but nothing at
all like it is today.

This is one major reason people voted for Trump. He did bring a lot of our
manufacturing back from China.

Jeff Bezos is the Virus! » Post #3

Sat Dec 19, 2020 05:26 in General Talk

His ex wife gives billions away.

CHINA Will Save World » Post #6

Fri Dec 18, 2020 21:49 in General Talk

I don't know anything about China. I've never been there. I'd guess they are about like
most every where else. The wealthy control the population. They have way too many people.
It appears many of them will eat most anything. I always believe they really cared for their
elderly but I think that has changed a lot over time, too.

Good and bad and craziness every where, more now than ever before.

Movie - 2012 » Post #8

Fri Dec 18, 2020 21:45 in General Talk

I just watched the trailer, yes I saw Snowpiercer some where. I don't recall
how it ended. It was about the world being frozen and I think the only people
alive were those on the train. The rich people lived at the front of the train and
the poor people at the back. I think the poor was fed scraps and they had to

Shortage in 2021 Start Hoarding Now » Post #21

Fri Dec 18, 2020 18:57 in General Talk


CHINA Will Save World » Post #3

Fri Dec 18, 2020 18:56 in General Talk

I think I just grew some ' bollocks'.

Movie - 2012 » Post #6

Fri Dec 18, 2020 18:55 in General Talk

Darkstar2, it's really difficult to name a good movie I have not already watched,
especially if it is not a new one.

Read the stand before the program ever came out and yep saw the stand. I think they're
making a new series or movie.

I recognize the name Snowpiercer so I probably saw it too.

You may be thinking of Day After Tomorrow.

I like those disaster and end of the world movies.

USA Vice President Pence Takes Vaccine » Post #3

Fri Dec 18, 2020 10:03 in General Talk

Trump is hilarious!

USA Vice President Pence Takes Vaccine » Post #1

Fri Dec 18, 2020 07:40 in General Talk

Kitten Speaks Chinese » Post #1

Fri Dec 18, 2020 07:33 in General Talk

Kitten Reaches Out His Hand For People, Hoping They'd Save Him | Animal in Crisis EP119 - YouTube

Well, it's a cute video but I never heard a kitten sound like that.

Shortage in 2021 Start Hoarding Now » Post #18

Fri Dec 18, 2020 07:19 in General Talk

It's doing some weird stuff. I guess they must be working on some things.

Movie - 2012 » Post #3

Fri Dec 18, 2020 07:18 in General Talk

I agree. :o

Movie - 2012 » Post #1

Thu Dec 17, 2020 22:49 in General Talk

I watched that movie again tonight. It really gets one thinking of all the possibilities, to say the least.

Shortage in 2021 Start Hoarding Now » Post #16

Thu Dec 17, 2020 22:47 in General Talk

I deleted all my sent mail in gmail today that equaled almost 8,000.

I managed to delete approximately 1,000 in my inbox. I still have thousands to sort thru.
My goal is to delete at least 50 inbox per day. :roll:

Florida - Nursing Home Residents Receive Vaccine » Post #1

Wed Dec 16, 2020 15:01 in General Talk

Shortage in 2021 Start Hoarding Now » Post #14

Wed Dec 16, 2020 11:06 in General Talk

It's not extremely important that I keep those emails. What I should have been doing is
is sorting them into their categories within gmail. Some I did but most I didn't. That's ok
if it goes belly up but of course I'd prefer it doesn't.
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