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Postby Underdog » Sat Dec 26, 2020 9:52 am

When people are asked who, in history, they would like to talk to and they pick Jesus; I wonder if they realize that Jesus spoke Aramaic.
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Postby Underdog » Sun Dec 27, 2020 1:54 pm

One of the following statements is true about Underdog:

I entered Mexico illegally.

I can call one of the actresses that played one of Ryan Reynolds love interests any time I want, and she will talk to me.

I was afraid of being murdered on two occasions in my life.

My Dad played with Rod Stewart.

I’ve slept in an attic in Harlem, New York.

I got my first four traffic tickets dismissed even though I was guilty every time.

As a Texan, I was going door to door in California, and ran into my brother’s ex-wife’s sister.

When the Pope came to San Antonio, I saw where the people who came to see him parked.
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Postby Underdog » Mon Dec 28, 2020 8:38 am

Underdog wrote:One of the following statements is true about Underdog:




Turns out, there’s ambiguity about what it means to say, “One of the following statements is true...”

Does it mean ONLY one statement is true?

AT LEAST one statement is true?

SOME statements are true?

All the statements COULD be true?

I tell ya, the English language.
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Postby Diogenese » Mon Dec 28, 2020 11:01 am

All spam has been deleted and the site should be clear of it for another meaningful 10 minutes or so...
A child of five would understand this. Send someone to fetch a child of five. :roll:

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Postby MyMindsEye » Mon Dec 28, 2020 9:31 pm

Musing: :eek:
What should be done with this nations bloated surplus of stupidity? :stare:

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Postby Underdog » Tue Dec 29, 2020 9:50 am

Good news about our nation finally.
We have two institutions of fantastic moral character, The New York Times and The University of Tennessee.
They both shut down a University of Tennessee cheerleader hopeful who almost made it in.
Turns out, when she was 15, on the social media, she said, “I got my drivers license n——s”.
I don’t know where she could have heard that term because it’s been off limits for decades.

The good news? The New York Times And University of Tennessee are so pristine and moral, that they can ruin a 19 year old’s career path for such an offense. This means the leaders and employees and students of these organizations meet this standard.

The whistle blower was so Godly, that he saved that video for years just to protect the public from such a depraved individual. You know he’s proud of his achievement from him saying, “I’ll always be able to look back and remember I taught her a lesson.”

Finally people are standing up to the teachings of Jesus to forgive.
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Postby Underdog » Tue Dec 29, 2020 10:26 am

An addendum to the previous post, she had apologized for her insensitive remark years ago.
Why she thought that would be enough is anybody’s guess.
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Postby Underdog » Wed Dec 30, 2020 12:04 am

I CANNOT keep up with the social network culture and just shouldn’t try.
Turns out the girl that was PC shamed was a BLM activist.
Now I’m left wondering if she cheered when it was done to others.
I still hope it winds up taking the university to court.
However, if I ever wind up running for office, I better delete my Dagger Bay footprint before somebody sees it.
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Postby Gwenhwyfar » Wed Dec 30, 2020 8:57 am

I found this 'already old' fenomena called podcast.
Now how am I to read books with Netflix to watch
and now podcasts to listen. I tell you,
something's gotta give. :augh:
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Postby Underdog » Wed Dec 30, 2020 9:48 am

Gwenhwyfar wrote:I found this 'already old' fenomena called podcast.
Now how am I to read books with Netflix to watch
and now podcasts to listen. I tell you,
something's gotta give. :augh:


I think if you check out TED Talks, you might be able to find a solution.
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