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Old 08-08-2012, 02:50 PM   #91
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Is your last name Gray, by chance?

The version I remember was Mac Davis, Chief.
No, Dorian was my evil twin. I'm a nice guy.

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Old 08-08-2012, 03:38 PM   #92
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There is only one thing that I know is an absolute constant: I get better looking every day.
ah, the curse of all those born on september 30th.

it is our cross to bear, brother.
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Old 08-08-2012, 04:15 PM   #93
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ah, the curse of all those born on september 30th.

it is our cross to bear, brother.
As we age, we might need glasses, as time goes on. The older we get the stronger the glasses needed. It certainly does help us deal with our mirror image and that sight of our significant others.
Except for you two of course, you are special, such a bear to cross or is it a cross to bear.
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Old 08-09-2012, 09:59 AM   #94
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ah, the curse of all those born on september 30th.

it is our cross to bear, brother.
And bear it we will, with heads held high, setting the example for those with lesser trials. Be strong. Be valiant. You are that shining example for those on the Eastern Seaboard. I am the same in the Great lakes region. Together we stand, like Apollo in ancient Greek mythos, or Adonis.

And Blissful - bear to cross, cross to bear - it all depends on how early in the morning it is.

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Old 08-09-2012, 10:40 AM   #95
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I wonder if draught is affecting gas prices. Pretty soon it will be $4 here, that is just outrages. Thank G-d, I think I could survive 6 month siege in my house. Might be short on vegies, but plenty of meat. And that is all I care anyways.
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Old 08-09-2012, 01:12 PM   #96
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I wonder if draught is affecting gas prices. Pretty soon it will be $4 here, that is just outrages. Thank G-d, I think I could survive 6 month siege in my house. Might be short on vegies, but plenty of meat. And that is all I care anyways.
We can always worry about something, anything. For example, what would happen to your 6 months worth of meat if the power grid went down? Maybe you live in an area where you can shoot more meat.
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Old 08-09-2012, 02:00 PM   #97
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.... Maybe you live in an area where you can shoot more meat.
Indeed I do, but it wouldn't be kosher, so I could nt eat it.
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Indeed I do, but it wouldn't be kosher, so I could nt eat it.
When I lived in the country, there was a story about a rabbi who managed to shoot a deer with a bow and arrow, in the neck, in such a way that it was kosher.
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That must of been some shut. Of course urban legends are always have good shuts, good story, the best, the bigest etc, and so on and so forth.
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Old 08-09-2012, 03:01 PM   #100
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When I lived in the country, there was a story about a rabbi who managed to shoot a deer with a bow and arrow, in the neck, in such a way that it was kosher.
Wait, doesn't Kosher law prohibit the consumption of meat from cloven hoofed animals? I may be way off on this. But after a lifetime of tracking deer tracks, with my Dad (though we never actually saw one from our tracking efforts) I do know that deer have cloven hoofs.

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