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100% agree and good for you for not following along with the arseholes I've seen that happen and you end up with really bad place for residents.  When I was in university I worked as a domiciled

Well at least we know why Len's not been about for a while.   https://www.ladbible.com/news/uk-depraved-man-who-had-sex-with-chickens-has-jail-term-reduced-20210130?source=facebook&fbclid=IwA

OK this is more of a rant than anything else. I work at a nursing home as a housekeeper. I won't mention the name of the home because of HIPPA. What pisses me off more than anything is the general lac

2 minutes ago, lame ass security said:

Ding ding, you are correct my friend. Like i said, I'm not a big fan but there's no denying his multi talents. He's not just a triple threat, he's a quadruple threat.

Yeah, i guess it when you said is more Pop that rock. Not was many options that Phil Collins, and actor, writer, singer an drummer, he is only one

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51 minutes ago, Ratam said:

Yeah, i guess it when you said is more Pop that rock. Not was many options that Phil Collins, and actor, writer, singer an drummer, he is only one

Well, one could make a case for Ringo but he's not the singer Phil is. Having said that, I'm a big Ringo fan.

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5 hours ago, lame ass security said:

Nope, lol, great guess though. Think more pop than rock.

MGK?

He played a great Tommy Lee in the Motley movie and has acted in other movies as well as a great singer and an amazing drummer as well as guitar player. 

He also looks amazing in pink! lol

17 minutes ago, lame ass security said:

Well, one could make a case for Ringo but he's not the singer Phil is. Having said that, I'm a big Ringo fan.

Ringo did sing when he was in the Beatles as well as some of his other bands.  He can still jump around like a teenager. lol

1 hour ago, lame ass security said:

Ding ding, you are correct my friend. Like i said, I'm not a big fan but there's no denying his multi talents. He's not just a triple threat, he's a quadruple threat.

Damn posted after you posted this. There I go not reading all the posts again! lol But yeah Phil is one of the best singer/drummer/song writers around.

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3 hours ago, lame ass security said:

Well, one could make a case for Ringo but he's not the singer Phil is. Having said that, I'm a big Ringo fan.

Yes, right about Rringo. Phil is like a "orchestra man".

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2 hours ago, dontdamnmeuyi2015 said:

Rapper DMX overdosed and had a heart attack. I read two different things. One was he is in a vegetative state, the other is he has some brain activity. Such a shame.

X is probably in my top 5 hip hop wise. Hope he can pull through.

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I'm thinking about gender reversal in films.

Miss Congeniality

A hardworking, yet quirky male police officer has to do an undercover job as a Calvin Klein model. 

It's funny, heartwarming, and it turns out that he's already hot, so it's not a huge transformation.

They made $212 million with exactly the same story featuring Sandra Bullock. 

My Big Fat Greek Wedding

A man takes off his glasses and cardigan and marries a Greek woman.

$241 million. 

I really need to get into show business. 

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Spent Eastern down south with my mother where I was born. I really like the place. I didn't like it when I moved from there at 19, but as I've grown older I have really come to appreciate all that  is good about it. Especially when returning back to Trondheim in a blizzard. Left spring to rejoin winter. Ugh. Talked to my mom, we will take over her house when she leaves/dies. Like a vacation home in the south. A place I can move to when I am old. It's a beautiful place to be old. Almost no snow and excellent for hikes. Just relaxing and quiet. My wife agrees. Couldn't be happier. Can't wait to get old!

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2 hours ago, SoulMonster said:

Spent Eastern down south with my mother where I was born. I really like the place. I didn't like it when I moved from there at 19, but as I've grown older I have really come to appreciate all that  is good about it. Especially when returning back to Trondheim in a blizzard. Left spring to rejoin winter. Ugh. Talked to my mom, we will take over her house when she leaves/dies. Like a vacation home in the south. A place I can move to when I am old. It's a beautiful place to be old. Almost no snow and excellent for hikes. Just relaxing and quiet. My wife agrees. Couldn't be happier. Can't wait to get old!

Great for you! I would love to do it the other way around. Move up north in the summer when it gets too hot here :lol: Sadly, no family with property there to inherit, so I'll have to get my own.

I must admit I was getting a bit scared when I read: Can't wait to... But glad you don't wish your mother any harm :)

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11 minutes ago, spunko12345 said:

Baseball is such an unbelievably boring sport to watch. Fucking terrible.

It doesn't offer the visual engagement of tennis nor football. It expect it's a really fun sport to play though. 

I watched the movie Moneyball last night and had no idea what was happening in the baseball scenes. :lol:

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13 minutes ago, spunko12345 said:

Baseball is such an unbelievably boring sport to watch. Fucking terrible.

It’s okay in person. I’ve been to a couple of games in Philly and had a great time. 

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9 minutes ago, Gracii Guns said:

It doesn't offer the visual engagement of tennis nor football. It expect it's a really fun sport to play though. 

I watched the movie Moneyball last night and had no idea what was happening in the baseball scenes. :lol:

Its not for me sorry.

 

12 minutes ago, Dazey said:

It’s okay in person. I’ve been to a couple of games in Philly and had a great time. 

I bet you did. The only sport you can sit on your arse for 2 hours and still be on the winning team. 

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Speaking of Radiohead, i listened to Creep one time yesterday and it was stuck in my head all day....and its really an unbecoming song to have stuck. Walking around mumbling "im a creep, im a weirdo" :lol:

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14 hours ago, -W.A.R- said:

Speaking of Radiohead, i listened to Creep one time yesterday and it was stuck in my head all day....and its really an unbecoming song to have stuck. Walking around mumbling "im a creep, im a weirdo" :lol:

I had a friend who, for a couple of days, had HWC by Liz Phair stuck in his head...

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15 hours ago, -W.A.R- said:

Speaking of Radiohead, i listened to Creep one time yesterday and it was stuck in my head all day....and its really an unbecoming song to have stuck. Walking around mumbling "im a creep, im a weirdo" :lol:

If it's still a problem replace it with the original:

 

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Another police shooting. More riots. What else is new?

I tell you these times it's hard for both the police and regular police to live peacefully.

It seems the police are becoming the enemy because of some bad applies.

In these hard times you don't know who to trust and police get no respect either.

Stopping someone at a traffic stop can cost you your life as if did for one Texas Ranger recently. He was white and the guy who shot and killed him was black. Nothing was made of it. It seems now no matter what the police do, it's wrong. Even if they are chasing down a criminal who is black and they kill him or accidently injure of kill them they are wrong.

Too many tragic things are happening right now and they don't seem to stop.

Being a police these days is very hard because it's getting to be how do I act now? Should I take out my weapon or not? Will I get killed stopping someone at a stop light or if they have a warrant out for their arrest. I think too many police are questioning what they should do now and that's now good for either party.

I don't envy the police these days. They also have families they want to protect and do the right thing and they are human and make mistakes like we all do.

The cop who sat on George Floyd's neck was totally wrong and did cause his death, but other incidents are just accidents or a police office making the wrong call.  It's a no win situation for anyone these days.

If things don't get better I'm afraid the police won't be protecting anyone anymore for fear of doing the wrong thing or being accused of acting wrong whatever they do. We're fucked then.

I have had some situations in my life that I was so very happy to have a cop come to my aid. Whatever happend to those days?

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19 hours ago, dontdamnmeuyi2015 said:

Another police shooting. More riots. What else is new?

I tell you these times it's hard for both the police and regular police to live peacefully.

It seems the police are becoming the enemy because of some bad applies.

In these hard times you don't know who to trust and police get no respect either.

Stopping someone at a traffic stop can cost you your life as if did for one Texas Ranger recently. He was white and the guy who shot and killed him was black. Nothing was made of it. It seems now no matter what the police do, it's wrong. Even if they are chasing down a criminal who is black and they kill him or accidently injure of kill them they are wrong.

Too many tragic things are happening right now and they don't seem to stop.

Being a police these days is very hard because it's getting to be how do I act now? Should I take out my weapon or not? Will I get killed stopping someone at a stop light or if they have a warrant out for their arrest. I think too many police are questioning what they should do now and that's now good for either party.

I don't envy the police these days. They also have families they want to protect and do the right thing and they are human and make mistakes like we all do.

The cop who sat on George Floyd's neck was totally wrong and did cause his death, but other incidents are just accidents or a police office making the wrong call.  It's a no win situation for anyone these days.

If things don't get better I'm afraid the police won't be protecting anyone anymore for fear of doing the wrong thing or being accused of acting wrong whatever they do. We're fucked then.

I have had some situations in my life that I was so very happy to have a cop come to my aid. Whatever happend to those days?

Imagine a nation where guns were generally illegal. Some specialist police officers could use them if they were qualified. But regular police officers only have a baton and pepper spray. 

That's how the UK operates. Police aren't accidentally killing citizens. But neither are citizens killing the police nor each other. There will always be rogues, but the risk is greatly reduced. 

Guns create more problems than they solve. It's time to remove them from US society. 

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