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Are you tired of hearing from or about Rush Limbaugh?

  1. Yes, long ago
  2. Pretty much
  3. Almost
  4. Never
 
 
 
 
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takkak

Nov-16-13 5:24 PM

He's always freaking talking about himself and advertising crap.

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locomotive

Nov-10-13 7:08 PM

The head space and timing on a Browning .50 caliber machine gun are adjusted by twisting the barrel and adjustment screw.

And if Miley Cyrus' performance was just on radio, it wouldn't have gotten near the reaction it did...

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The1RugbyReader

Nov-10-13 4:35 AM

What is "Rush Limbaugh"? Is it similar to "Miley Cyrus"? I don't have television in my home, so some of these pop culture references go over my head.

Head space and Timing...

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locomotive

Nov-09-13 8:56 PM

And I still don't get it...

(now thinking I don't want it)

If you crack this code, Jack, post your results. Thanks all to pieces...

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ovomitlied

Nov-09-13 9:22 AM

No Jack vertias just had too much joy juice and posted his nightly outing to the laundromat to wash his undies..

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JackAaah

Nov-09-13 9:05 AM

Why are you people talking in code?.... come together and let us all in on it.

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ovomitlied

Nov-09-13 7:54 AM

Veritas why were you at the laundromat? Don't you have a washing machine and dryer in your house or do you live in a camper in someones back yard?

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locomotive

Nov-09-13 12:21 AM

Veritas Nov-08-13 10:00 PM

??

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locomotive

Nov-09-13 12:20 AM

"The one important thing you choose to ignore is that you/me don't make the rules here. The Minot Daily run things and you just don't get it, do you?"

Whistler, I agree. Would it matter if all of us used our real names? Then we'd see people from both sides altering those to make fun, like I've done to a select few, or to belittle like crazy, like some have done.

I knew when I chose locomotive that I'd be called loco, with all the implications. That's a big duh.

Doesn't anyone else feel a bit uneasy about people you virtually know having access to your real info, like the ability to search out a real address, etc.? You just never know about some people online....

Hey, present company excepted, of course. Don't want to unnecessarily offend anyone...

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locomotive

Nov-08-13 7:09 PM

"IS IT OKAY TO POST SOMETHING THAT IS NOT TRUE?"

Figure it out for yourselves, pilgrims.

*cue music swelling as John Wayne swaggers offstage

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locomotive

Nov-08-13 7:07 PM

Where's Paul Harvey when you really need him?

RIP

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locomotive

Nov-08-13 7:06 PM

urban legends cont...

"Comparing the email's statistics to those reported by USA Today and Associated Press, we find some of the claims to be roughly correct for Nov. 2000:

"ACTUAL REPORTED STATS

"Population of counties won by Gore: 133,000,000 "Population of counties won by Bush: 148,000,000

"Square miles of country won by Gore: 577,029 "Square miles of country won by Bush: 2,432,603

"States won by Gore: 20 "States won by Bush: 30

"Number of counties won by Gore: 674 "Number of counties won by Bush: 2,439"

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locomotive

Nov-08-13 7:05 PM

Talk about hypersensitive lefties when it comes to righties posting something...

urbanlegends . about . com/od/government/a/election_stats

"This misleading assemblage of facts and figures was somewhat accurate when it first began circulating in 2000 but became entirely false when it reappeared verbatim in 2004, citing precisely the same data under the pretext of interpreting that years' election results. Needless to say, those numbers are also inaccurate for 2008 and 201."

cont...

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locomotive

Nov-08-13 6:58 PM

Veritas sez: "And this "AKA re-distribution of wealth" thingy...Buried in the 10,000 pages of the IRS handbook on tax deductions is your head of household status that you try to claim twice thinking it applies to your postings on the MDN too!"

Really don't know what you're getting at...suppose it's a slam of some sort...

Head of household status claimed twice? General Electric? Huh?

Oh, I get it. I'm supposed to envy and hate any and all those who make more money than I, no matter what it is that they do.

So if I'm not consumed with what others make, then I'm a no-goodnik? Sure...

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ovomitlied

Nov-08-13 4:14 PM

Obamas supporters..

Obama territory mostly encompassed those citizens living in low income tenements and living off various forms of government welfare..."

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ovomitlied

Nov-08-13 4:13 PM

Number of States won by: Obama: 19 Romney: 29 Square miles of land won by: Obama: 580,000 Romney: 2,427,000 Population of counties won by: Obama: 127 million Romney: 143 million Murder rate per 100,000 residents in counties won by:

Obama: 13.2 Romney: 2.1

Professor Olson adds: "In aggregate, the map of the territory Romney won was mostly the land owned by the taxpaying citizens of the country.

Obama territory mostly encompassed those citizens living in low income tenements and living off various forms of government welfare..."

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centerfield

Nov-08-13 1:30 PM

"VERSITASS." Now, whistler, is that not juvenile as well. Oh, I forgot, all conservatives are never wrong. I shall write that down.

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locomotive

Nov-08-13 12:58 PM

Bobs2cents: "To accurately answer this poll, as much as I am on the right, Rush gets a little extreme sometimes, so I just change the channel, but other times, he's spot on."

Agreed.

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locomotive

Nov-08-13 12:55 PM

That "Arkansas chicken farmer" thingy?

A broad assumption, borne by arrogant condescension, from a compassionate, tolerant liberal.

Why am I not surprised?

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locomotive

Nov-08-13 12:45 PM

"...who has argued for more government action to alleviate income inequality."

AKA re-distribution of wealth

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locomotive

Nov-08-13 12:42 PM

Veritas: "I thought the majority of his audience were chicken farmers from Arkansas who carry those portable AM radios around that leather belt with the name Earl on the back..."

There you go, Veritas, "thinking" again.

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ovomitlied

Nov-08-13 12:27 PM

rickrod.. joke.. everytime they get caught they say its a joke or no one told them.. Never will admit to how stupid they really are..

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rickrod

Nov-08-13 11:14 AM

ovomitlied, and what do the 1950's have to do with 2013? buy the way it was just a joke, so calm down.

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ovomitlied

Nov-08-13 10:37 AM

Did your parents have a dinner table discussion on Bush being a murderier

Lets see 1950s???

Little loss of brain power there...

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rickrod

Nov-08-13 9:49 AM

The real criminal in recent times was Bush, who made up a War which killed 5,000 American troops and wounded for life 45,000 American Troops. ovomitlied Did your parents have a dinner table discussion on Bush being a murderier?

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