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Our power was out for about six hours. The people next door just got theirs back this morning. By a crew who apparently drove down from Iowa. Wild.


Well, there's nothing to do in Iowa. :lol:

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There are 15 piles of debris on the 4100 black of Labadie


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There are 15 piles of debris on the 4100 black of Labadie


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I think there is a conspiracy......because WHITTIER was clear

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My daughter turned 3 years old today.

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My daughter turned 3 years old today.


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Sounds like a good reason to bahbq



Is there ever a good reason to not bar-b-q??


Is there ever a good reason to keep secrets about a BBQ competition?


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Is there ever a good reason to not bar-b-q??


Is there ever a good reason to keep secrets about a BBQ competition?


Im not keeping secrets........Im busy providing solutions for people too stupid to do things for themselves.

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[The gin and tonic] was introduced by the British in India. Tonic water contains quinine, which was used to prevent malaria. Because the tonic water consumed to prevent malaria in the 19th century was extremely bitter, gin was added to make it more palatable. Although there is less medical use today for the consumption of tonic water, the gin and tonic remains a popular drink. Tonic water available today contains less quinine and is consequently less bitter (usually sweetened). Because of this connection to warmer climates and its refreshing nature, this cocktail is more popular during the warmer months.

Lore has it that the sheer enormity of the quantity of limes (for the prevention of scurvy) and quinine (for the aforementioned prevention of malaria), was so unpalatable that the only way to get the members of the British Army to consume the prescribed amount was with the addition of gin.

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[The gin and tonic] was introduced by the British in India. Tonic water contains quinine, which was used to prevent malaria. Because the tonic water consumed to prevent malaria in the 19th century was extremely bitter, gin was added to make it more palatable. Although there is less medical use today for the consumption of tonic water, the gin and tonic remains a popular drink. Tonic water available today contains less quinine and is consequently less bitter (usually sweetened). Because of this connection to warmer climates and its refreshing nature, this cocktail is more popular during the warmer months.

Lore has it that the sheer enormity of the quantity of limes (for the prevention of scurvy) and quinine (for the aforementioned prevention of malaria), was so unpalatable that the only way to get the members of the British Army to consume the prescribed amount was with the addition of gin.

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There is this great GIN advertisement on Delmar. It has a cartoon sillouette in a Barber shop and a caption that says....Sip Sip....Clip Clip

It may as well say......sell your food stamps and buy booze ni@@er!

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If Charles Barkeley does run for governor, is he a role model then?

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[The gin and tonic] was introduced by the British in India. Tonic water contains quinine, which was used to prevent malaria. Because the tonic water consumed to prevent malaria in the 19th century was extremely bitter, gin was added to make it more palatable. Although there is less medical use today for the consumption of tonic water, the gin and tonic remains a popular drink. Tonic water available today contains less quinine and is consequently less bitter (usually sweetened). Because of this connection to warmer climates and its refreshing nature, this cocktail is more popular during the warmer months.

Lore has it that the sheer enormity of the quantity of limes (for the prevention of scurvy) and quinine (for the aforementioned prevention of malaria), was so unpalatable that the only way to get the members of the British Army to consume the prescribed amount was with the addition of gin.

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There is this great GIN advertisement on Delmar. It has a cartoon sillouette in a Barber shop and a caption that says....Sip Sip....Clip Clip

It may as well say......sell your food stamps and buy booze ni@@er!


My wife figured out the same thing. She thinks it's the most racist thing she's seen since Al Sharpton was here a few days ago.

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Reed Low's mom is named Keith? That's odd.

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I was walking downtown (Jefferson City) at lunch today and noticed a new "Cafe" is going in. It's called "Chow's Authentic Korean Food".

Do you think they really serve Chow?

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As in Dog???


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if mom is like "dee" and dad is like "dee" than the kids are "dee de dee" :lol:


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*Cars can't turn at perfect 90 degree angles.

*The domino that makes up the Domino's Pizza logo is the 2-1 one.

*When the sun comes out, the temperature generally gets hotter outside.

*Rings (as in the jewelry) oftentimes seem smaller in the morning.

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Family and I were in St. Louis for a couple days vacation and ate dinner with some friends on the Hill. Having four kids amongst us, it was decided to head to the park and wear them out. Little did I know we were going to ...

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