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   Tulunk posted on Main Page The Lobby  Perry did something last week that zippy has never been able to pull off: he looked and acted presidential. The way zero acted: silly, giggling, about Boehner suing him for doing "stuff", reminded me of a seventh grader. Someone thought he acted high as a kite.
July 12 at 21:09 EST .

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   Gerty  I don't think the president is acting. Anyone who has ever been around people who are on drugs knows the signs--this man IS high!

Question: Since every public act of the president is scripted beforehand, why are they allowing (even encouraging ) these photos of the drugged Obama to be seen?
July 13 at 06:46 EST .

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   Tulunk posted on Main Page The Lobby  Sexual activity takes place for two reasons: to reproduce , or for pleasure. Also pleasurable but with a certain amount of risk is skydiving, downhill skiing, mountain climbing. I love scuba diving. Aren't I "entitled " to have the government provide me with a decompression chamber at no cost to me? Unlike Sandra fluck I don't have to indulge in my pleasure 4-5 times a day, and I assume responsibility for costs and any dangers or injuries.
July 4 at 00:00 EST .

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   Tulunk posted on Main Page The Lobby  Today's cartoon is priceless! I have seen strong kids grab some obnoxious brat like that. "Say uncle! Say 'you're the boss!'. Say, I'm a wuss'". Come to think of it, that's exactly what Putin is saying to our brat.
September 15 at 14:25 EST .

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   Linder  It's right on!
September 15 at 18:16 EST .

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   Tulunk posted on Main Page The Lobby  Just watching McCan and Graham (tweedle-dee and Tweedle-dum being interviewed, and, predictably, they are backing Barack (candy-arse )0bama. The general who did a follow-up, re-stated: This is a civil war! If you think the USA should butt out, email your rep or senator and just write the basics. " bomb Syria? NO!
September 2 at 15:51 EST .

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   Safetydude  John McCain and Lindsey Graham...Laurel and Hardy...Tweedle-dee and Tweedle-dum.
Two of them represent our country, can you name which two?
September 2 at 17:01 EST .

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   Rake King  Hey, the Dems don't get a pass either. Did you see the picture of Pelosi shaking hands with Assad on one of those "junkets" we pay for. He kills babies with gas, she kills babies with abortions.
September 2 at 20:46 EST .

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   Tulunk posted on Main Page The Lobby  Piers Morgan suggesting global warming just now. Another expert demanded that Fed Gov make gov designed shelters be mandatory, and of course regulated and taxed by our great ruling class
May 21 at 01:10 EST .

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   Belwhatter  It didn't take long for the AGW environuts to make fools of themselves yet again and they say they are not political!- what a time to reveal your idiocy when whole towns are laid waste . Where is their sense of decency?
May 23 at 00:07 EST .

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   Tulunk posted on The Range 2nd Amendment  I'm posting this on the recommended reading wall, too. I'm looking for a good survival handbook. Advice?
February 7 at 11:12 EST .

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   Tulunk posted on Suggested Reading  I want to buy the best book out there on survival techniques, from accidental or natural causes or warfare. Any suggestions?
February 7 at 11:09 EST .

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   Bettijo  Me, too. Suggestions very welcomed.
February 7 at 15:47 EST .

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Books by John Wesley Rawles are a good way to start.

This guy had some really good stories and ideas when he was trying to survive in Argentina, he has since moved to Ireland.

In your searches online stick to words like homesteaders and homesteading so you will avoid the nutjob sites.
February 10 at 08:38 EST .

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   Carmen  I have Backwoods mags from many years ago and have never gotten rid of them --- they are packed full of timeless survival hints.
February 18 at 16:03 EST .

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   Amelia85  Amazon for Kindle = Emily's Disaster Guide of Natural Remedies by Emily Thacker.
February 24 at 16:48 EST .

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   Tulunk posted on Main Page The Lobby  This is a service to my fellow L-Dotters who avoid the late night shows. I was channel surfing, and set to go past the Leno show, when I stopped, stunned. The guest was Daniel Craig, and he was dressed neatly in a quietly tasteful suit, dress shirt and tie. Not only that he was well groomed; no disheveled hair, unkempt beard, foul mouth, liberal BS. He dressed as if was proud to be there, and every time Leno left an opening for a lewd remark, he politely demurred. Good grief, are there any more like him? I might start going to the movies again!!
January 2 at 18:46 EST .

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   Tulunk posted on Main Page The Lobby  The latest shooting atrocity has, as expected, brought out the anti gun zealots. But I wonder--- has anybody ever researched other possible causes? How many smoked weed? How many of these vicious young men were raised without religion or other ethical values? How many grew up on Ritalin or other mind altering drugs? How many spent their young lives in day care centers so mommy could be "fulfilled" ? How many had rooms filled with x boxes, violent computer games, churning through the garbage of Facebook, twitter,etc? Just wondering.
December 18 at 02:08 EST .

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   Rollingcow  Well, now, except for smoking weed or taking anything mind altering you could be talking about any number of young men that I know. All of them are leading productive lives with jobs, wives and children, most attend church now that their 'rebellious years' are over. Being a stay at home Mom isn't always possible and has nothing to do with Mommy being fulfilled it's a matter of putting bread on the table.

The real tragedy here is that the families can't turn on the television or pick up a newpaper in hopes of a little escape without seeing everyone and their dog discussing who was right and who was wrong or why this guy did what he did. It's time we started to pay some attention to how we treat these young men with mental issues of whatever sort. It's time we quit trying to live in some sort of Utopia about being nice to one another or offending someone. Pointing fingers at video games or movies is just as stupid as someone telling me my guns are running the streets when I'm not looking killing people willy-nilly.

Having said my piece I'm letting it go so that I can go enjoy my grandbabies during the holidays and thank God that they are here so that I can do just that. We should all spend a little time in prayer asking for comfort from our Savior for the families.
Mrs. Cow
December 18 at 10:15 EST .

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   Rake King  A big 10-4 to Mrs. Cow. She and I grew up in times when we made most of our toys, read real printed books and had juicy imagainations. Todays "Things" are instantly discarded after a few hours of use, as parents (who now seem to both be working ) try to please their children with "STUFF" and an organized daily routine. Not everyone, but too many for all of our good.

We are branded as "old fashioned", out of date, and unable to set up a cell phone. Well they could do a lot worse. To see movies that pumped up dreams, to have someone who hugs them, and to just have some free time to sit and think about the world, life, and the future. Our kids today are in every sport you can think of, constantly on the go as a result, and so are their parents. STRESS!

This is the time of year to enjoy family, a great dinner and conversation...and most of all watch the faces of our grandchildren filled with excitement. Slow down and enjoy those moments and don't be bashful to tell them some stories from your past. Half of the things I learned about life was sitting on the back porch talking to my grandfather. Just remember, no matter how little you have, you are better off than 75% of the rest of the world.
Thank your God and dole out as many hugs as you can.
December 18 at 11:37 EST .

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   Surfhut  Amen Mrs. Cow and Rake.
December 18 at 20:01 EST .

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   Allsogreat  You nailed it pretty good.....Ritalin and X-boxes are both accepted substitutes for parenting...
December 19 at 16:32 EST .

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   Tulunk posted on Main Page The Lobby  I just read about Hilary's heroic battle with flu and resulting faint and fall with head injury. Of course she can't testify, and she will be unable to remember a thing about Benghazi if she is required to testify. How unfortunate. How sad. How convenient.
December 15 at 15:09 EST .

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   Dixonnh  There's probably a legal aspect to her testifying shortly after having suffered a concussion. I'm sure they've researched all this. We had been warned that she may not testify. The length some will go to........
December 15 at 16:37 EST .

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   Safetydude  And she's going to be the next anointed Democrat president in 2016.
According to the MSM she's already the candidate and it's her turn and she will be the one.
December 15 at 20:46 EST .

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   Linder  Don't you just hate it when someone is lying to you and you know it's a lie but can't prove it? The first elected Republican who questions the veracity of her medical excuse will be crucified by Dems, liberal women and MSM...and so it won't be done and she will not testify and their lies will once again succeed.
December 17 at 11:39 EST .

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