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#1 Re: Politics » Well said...... » 2019-10-11 18:16:43

Nugget's Ghostbuster wrote:

I saw this picture here locally in Dallas on Sunday and didn't think anything of it other than, wow, 43 is really making his rounds this weekend since he also dropped the first puck for the Stars game earlier in the weekend. Celebrities are always around town because of Jerry Jones and even to a lesser extent Mark Cuban.
Scrolling thru the twittersphere I saw this video clip(attached below) getting some traction so I watched it. I strongly suggest you give it a view as well. Doesn't matter if you dislike the lifestyle or beliefs of the person making the video. By watching it doesn't mean you are supporting her sexuality or in some strange way supporting Hollywood. The message behind the funny clip is 100% correct and its also what we are clearly forgetting as a country, myself included at times. Well said, Ellen.


I see no problem with two big government leftists sitting together.

#3 Re: Southern Miss » OT: MLB playoff thread » 2019-10-07 07:16:26

Pitch to McCann and the game is over.


Makes me sick.

#4 Re: Southern Miss » Music selection » 2019-08-28 18:28:46

Nugget's Ghostbuster wrote:

So 29 years ago yesterday.........Stevie Ray Vaughan and members of Eric Clapton's touring entourage played an all-star encore jam session at Alpine Valley Music Theatre in Alpine Valley Resort in East Troy, Wisconsin. Afterwards they took off for Midway International Airport in Chicago in a Bell 206B helicopter, the most common way for acts to enter and exit the venue as there is only one road in and out, which is heavily used by fans. The helicopter crashed into a nearby ski hill shortly after takeoff.

Vaughan and the four others on board – pilot Jeff Brown, agent Bobby Brooks, bodyguard Nigel Browne, and tour manager Colin Smythe – were all killed. The helicopter was identified as being owned by Chicago-based company Omniflight Helicopters. Initial reports of the crash inaccurately claimed that Clapton had also been killed in the accident.

This man is still a local legend here in his hometown of Dallas. RIP SRV......

Local legend?

Best guitarist ever.

#7 Re: Southern Miss » Beer ?? » 2019-08-19 16:30:49

Did they get 'resort status' for this to happen.

Otherwise, the legislature would have to be involved.

Anyway, this is the best fundraiser ever conceived at USM.

#8 Re: Politics » lower the bar » 2019-08-14 13:57:50

It's the only one that isn't required by any gov't entity.

The real fix would be to apply for a waiver from DOE (which would be granted without question) to eliminate all this state testing BS and allow it to go away along with it's exorbitant bill.  You then use the ACT as the bar like everyone with common sense does.

#9 Re: Politics » I Hate Politics » 2019-08-07 07:10:53

AndreWhere wrote:

but it wouldn't hurt a lot of people to shut up, if only for a while.

Robert Francis O'Rourke, a fine young Irishman, takes offense at your suggestion.

#10 Re: Politics » I Hate Politics » 2019-08-06 19:53:15

Nugget's Ghostbuster wrote:

Why in the wake of a tragedy do individuals immediately assign blame for the results of the mentally challenged? Why does the media fuel the fire to provide these unworthy opinions a primetime platform to promote this terrible and unsympathetic narrative while ignoring the equally terrible ongoing tragedy that continues to plague the nations third largest city?

I don't know if we will ever understand why the guy in Texas did what he did or why the guy in Ohio carried out a copycat massacre. The guy from Texas lived in a thriving town in north Dallas, attended a highly ranked high school, and seemed on the surface to have many opportunities to provide a positive and successful life path. Instead, he jumped in his car and drove 10 hours to kill 22 people. The guy from Ohio seemed to have a history of hate and anger that plagued him during his formidable years. He had hit lists and even murdered his own sister in his rampage.

Whats lost in the agenda driven media era we live in is the fact that another 59 people were shot this weekend, 7 of them fatal, in Chicago. That brings the annual death toll in Chicago to almost 300 year to date. But for some reason, those lives don't seem to matter to those either already holding a political seat or those that are vying for a political run. Its not as appealing to count the 7 lives in Chicago, or really the 9 in Ohio compared to the 22 in El Paso. Its not hard to see why. Its just a damn shame that people think we are too stupid to see it.

Continue to pray for the lives of all that were lost and continue to be taken by senseless individuals, regardless of political beliefs or agendas.

Saw today the El Paso terrorist only ended up at that location because he got lost and stopped there because he was hungry.

And the killings in Dem strongholds don't matter.  They don't fit the narrative.

#11 Re: Bitch Board » Free Memo..... » 2019-07-25 12:41:23

Nugget's Ghostbuster wrote:
tg300 wrote:

Is memo one of the ppl involved?

Yes. Apparently he is the husband when it was initially thought he was just a playa....this has now become a news story so I included the link for the full details below.....she got some legit coaching once she was removed from the plane because she took off before authorities made it to the gate and hasn’t been seen since. … rlines.amp

Why are these ppl important?

#12 Re: Bitch Board » Free Memo..... » 2019-07-25 07:13:02

Is memo one of the ppl involved?

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