Exacerbate ex·ac·er·bate ig'zas?r?bat/ verb make (a problem, bad situation, or negative feeling) worse. "the exorbitant cost of land in urban areas only exacerbated the problem" synonyms: aggravate, w + 46 more characters
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Most of us liberals are smart enough not to participate in your schadenfreude.
BBS...the beginning of cyber sex! How many people used to mimic the sounds of the modem in anticipation?! Or is that just me? :g: [Edited by Kelly (9/24/2016 10:27:58 PM)]
ike- If you don't like reading this stuff, don't click the link. Problem solved.
I saw them on Thursday. They were loaded on a flat bed and I saw them in Forsyth.
url What is the mea-mft for those who don't know?
Well if anyone has authority about adult diapers, it has to be you ZZZzz.
All the extra moisture in the air due to climate change has to go somewhere. We know Miles City hasn't received any of it.
Thank you Bob. I've been getting the feeling that conservatives just don't give a rat's a$$ about his taxes,or for that matter that Trump is Putin's bitch.
ZZZzz watches too much Sean Hannity (insanity).
Thank you Richard!
I'm sure that if more people contributed to the operations of this site, those ads might disappear. Unfortunately, and I may be speaking out of turn here webmaster, people are tight a$$es and he wants + 53 more characters
What is a, "common since socialist?"
Gunnar, We don't use popular vote in this country. Your math is somewhat irrelevant.
Awesomely funny! (Is "awesomely" a word?) [Edited by Kelly (8/7/2016 4:52:16 PM)]
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