Oddjob
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You're right boys. Responding with ignorant drivel is pretty much the norm anymore. Since you gents have become the primary contributors here, the site has become much better suited for in-depth discu + 127 more characters
I do so enjoy it when the resident troll points fingers. I would have expected such erudite students of history to have a much better understanding of how little it take to tip the scales. The World + 2348 more characters
I love it when I get the stupid deflection from you four instead of any rational argument. What I would like to see is your explanation for why college snowflakes can't comprehend the difference betwe + 329 more characters
Don't bullsh*t us with your fantasies about HBO's Sesame Street teaching family values anymore, Gunnar. Progressives destroyed that, the same way they do everything they touch. Most of the babysitting + 457 more characters
It would be interesting to see how fast George Soros will jump in to self-fund his propaganda network, PBS and NPR, in the unlikely event that Congress whacks funding. My guess is that such things are + 259 more characters
RIP, Chuck Berry. Chuck Berry's greatest legacy is that he motivated millions to learn how to play the guitar, which in turn created hundreds of other legacies of Rock. Berry was an integral part of a + 100 more characters
I like these Facebook campaigns because they give you numbers and you can get a feel for how many whacked-out nut jobs are actually wasting their time doing this. It would appear that the number is l + 770 more characters
Janet Reno and the ol' President Perv. fired 93 U.S Attorneys in March of 1993. Ninety three of the Bush U.S. Attorneys. All of them at once. Ninety three vacancies waiting for the Senate to approve + 496 more characters
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Webmaster Looking beyond the delusional knee-jerk assumptions of Trump-Russian collusion, I have several questions that perhaps you can answer. Could the "lookups" be something as innocuous as a bug i + 391 more characters
When you walked into the 600 Lounge and Gardner Grenz would greet you with "you should have gotten here earlier. The dancing girls just left." And when you were ready to leave he would tell you "Stick + 397 more characters
No conspiracy theory involved Gunnar. I was present for it. I witnessed it. I sat through many months of it. I was there the day Toole brought ski mask-wearing domestic terrorists into class, to tell + 1407 more characters
That's probably why somebody invented the "flashbulb".
Back in the day, the most popular college professor teaching at any Montana college was K. Ross Toole. Toole was a history professor at U of M and his classes were an absolute "must take", no matter w + 1967 more characters
“Believe only half of what you see and nothing that you hear.” --Dubiously attributed to several persons-- I don't care who you follow or listen to; if you don't heed that warning, you are an idiot.
We do, sort of. I just don't see that imposition of a tax that benefits private parties is a viable option. The general perception of liquor peddlers is they are fat cats and in most cases that's not + 387 more characters
I agree that nothing will happen that the MTA isn't on board with. But I also think that deep down in their dark hearts even the MTA would like to get rid of the quota system just to make the process + 111 more characters
I don't agree with the idea that these owners require any compensation involving the State or the taxpayer. Yes the State created the quota system which was a stupid idea. But on the other hand, a con + 1224 more characters
Miles would probably like Miles City a hell of a lot less now, with no whores.
I agree that much could be done to fix the liquor laws in Montana. What I do find curious about your plan is taxing consumers to buy out the license owners. What obligation are the taxpayers (or the + 120 more characters
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