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QOTD: Children

The demotion of children from an economic asset to a luxury good forces them to compete with other luxury goods, and children have been losing that competition for decades now. Advertisements

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I might have posted this before, but fuck it!

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Memorial Day

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Seen at Chick fil A today:

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So a guy goes into a bar.

A man was telling his buddy : “You won’t believe what happened last night.” My daughter walked into the living room and said : Dad, cancel my allowance immediately, forget my college tuition loan, rent my room out, throw all … Continue reading

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Five Trillion dollars.

This comment was so good I wanted it up front and out there.┬á So direct from Texas… djbarrus says: May 18, 2019 at 1:11 PM (Edit) In America and around the globe governments have created a multi-billion dollar Climate Change … Continue reading

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American Digest story and comment. ­čÖĆA FINAL MILITARY SALUTE A World War II Veteran, who served in China behind enemy lines & trained Chinese guerilla fighters was carried out of the VA draped with the US flag. Resident Vets lined the halls to salute … Continue reading

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On the lighter side.

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In olden days….

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With wine at hand, the good man concerns himself, not with getting drunk, but the drinking in all the natural delectabilities of wine;´ú░ taste, color, bouquet; its manifest graces; the way it complements food and enhances conversation; and its sovereign … Continue reading

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