Posts by Dominnae

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  • Prayer Request: A Young Family Man & Navy Vet Loses His Battle with cancer [#125 update]

    10/27/2012 1:33:27 PM PDT · 5 of 142
    Dominnae to Bloody Sam Roberts

    Sending prayers, and will continue to do so. My humble thanks to this soldier for his service and his sacrifices.

  • Hair salon files lawsuit against CL&P

    11/06/2011 1:03:43 AM PST · 11 of 14
    Dominnae to matt04

    Well, this is ridiculous.

    On another note... after Irene, there were widespread outages in Connecticut, and out-of-state contractors hustled up here to help get power restored. CL&P didn’t pay them. I don’t know if they’re hoping FEMA settles it or what, but they didn’t pay ‘em.

    And they’re capping overtime on the guys who are on line crews as well, which also slows efforts.

    I grew up in CT and honestly, in all the bad storms and power outages we had in southern CT over the years, power was never out for more than two days.. It’s a brave new world. Phht.

  • Prayer Request (vanity)

    10/18/2011 10:20:13 PM PDT · 22 of 54
    Dominnae to trustandobey

    Sending prayers and lots of good thoughts!!

  • Freeper Canteen~What Kind of Garden Are You?~April.14.2010

    04/13/2010 6:37:19 PM PDT · 63 of 360
    Dominnae to Mrs.Nooseman
    You Are an English Garden
    You are creative and vibrant. You are inspired by everything around you, and you don't have any one style.
    You like a mix of old and new. And you always have something unique to add to the equation as well.

    You are informal, open-minded, and flexible. You love to play around with art and design.
    You tend to change things up a lot. Whether it's your own clothes or your home, you can't stay with one look for long!
  • Coakley campaign casts doubt on election 'integrity'.

    01/19/2010 3:04:55 PM PST · 50 of 94
    Dominnae to votemout

    We drove through Dalton on the way to vote in Pittsfield - in front of the Dalton Town Hall were two older folks holding up Brown signs and waving.

    We beeped and waved - then Bass said “Wow, look at those evil, nasty, intimidating, teabagging bullies!” John Kerry is so full of steaming brown himself.

    Yeah yeah. The slime is quivering all over Boston tonight.

    They are going to do everything they can to stuff a sock down the throat of the American voice.

  • Clemson takes no prisoners fighting squirrels

    01/02/2010 6:22:44 PM PST · 22 of 82
    Dominnae to PilotDave
  • (Vanity) Child aloft in Larimer County, CO

    10/15/2009 12:50:15 PM PDT · 58 of 74
    Dominnae to smokingfrog

    They’re saying the family was a “wife Swap” family? hm.

    I hope the kid’s safe somewhere.

  • NEVER FORGET: Where Were you on 9/11?

    09/10/2009 10:29:10 PM PDT · 72 of 534
    Dominnae to DaveLoneRanger

    My previous post as well.

    I was working in the law offices. We had several closings lined up, and a pile of stuff from court to go through. I was driving to the corner store to buy coffee, and my cell phone rang. My boss’s son was on a flight that morning out of NYC and we didn’t know what was happening. We’re about 50 mins from NYC.

    When I got back to the office my boss looked like death warmed over, we knew there was a crash, and soon we knew it was a terrorist attack. I was busy on phones, screening clients, forwarding family calls, canceling closings and meetings. All major financial transactions were canceled pending rerouting through other brokerages.

    My brother-in-law works at the state department in DC. We didn’t know he was okay for about 6 hours. Boss’s nephew worked for Cantor Fitzgerald - because cellular and regular phone transmissions were disrupted along the entire mid-atlantic region we didn’t know until after 2pm that he never went to work that day, and when we asked what kept him home he said “I just didn’t go.”

    A good friend of mine was a NYC homicide detective. He’d told me he wasn’t going to be working that day, and for whatever reason I wasn’t concerned, but I saw his son online later and asked “Where’s your pop?” He said “He got called in this morning.” I was filled with this terrible dread. It was 2 nights later I was relieved to tears to hear from him.

    He was tired, emotional, drained to the bone. His best friend had been a first responder,(ESU) and went missing in the first collapse, and he refused to leave the site for 36 hours until he was ordered home.

    How has it changed my life? Growing up in a strong Navy family, and understanding the sacrifices made by the last great generation for our freedoms, I often felt this invulnerability under our flag.. that disappeared on September 11.

    In a way it was a delineating line between the carefree of my youth/teen/twenties years and my adulthood. I still get very achy and emotional on September 11. I can’t even articulate all the reasons why, but yes, that day changed my life forever. I find I am more defensive and still angry at the perpetrators, I more protective of my home, family, AND my country.

    God Bless America, and God Bless our Troops, and those who love her still.

  • Massachusetts parents cause live Obama speech to school kids to be dumped

    09/05/2009 1:42:56 PM PDT · 39 of 40
    Dominnae to Citizen Soldier

    They’ll will save the recordings, and charge (taxable) admissions in the schools for the mandatory attendance. *nod*.

    Berkshire county here. Seriously though, I am surprised, but we’ll see, lol. I can hear the Borg circuits overheating.

    Resistance is futile.

  • VANITY: Gastric cancer, stage 4 (Prayer Request)

    08/25/2009 7:47:36 PM PDT · 83 of 284
    Dominnae to OccamsRazor
    You are a stranger, but I will call you ‘friend’. God has blessed you with the ability and love of helping others. Life is not fair. My prayers are with you and your family for peace.

    There are no better words to express my feelings. Many prayers for you & all your family.
  • "Neighborhood at war with itself"

    07/28/2009 12:09:06 PM PDT · 9 of 13
    Dominnae to pabianice

    We’ve been watching this devolution in (formerly very nice) Pittsfield neighborhoods too.

    I’m in a somewhat more more isolated and rural town in the Berkshires, but we have it here too.

    At least in a town this size, (2,000) the Chief usually knows who to go and grab when the break-ins start, or other stupidity ensues.

    Sad that will be changing as they roam further afield.

    Never thought I’d want to move but..

  • There Aren't Many Good Obama Jokes, Please Share Some Here

    07/26/2009 2:13:41 PM PDT · 68 of 68
    Dominnae to Notoriously Conservative

    Barack Obama was out jogging one morning along the parkway when he tripped, fell over the bridge railing and landed in the creek below.

    Before the Secret Service guys could get to him, 3 kids who were fishing pulled him out of the water. He was so grateful he offered the kids whatever they wanted.

    The first kid said, “I want to go to Disneyland “

    Barack said, “No problem, I”ll take you there on my Airforce One airplane.”

    The second kid said, “I want a new pair of Nike Air Jordan”s shoes.”

    Barack said, “I”ll get them for you and even have Michael Jordan sign them!”

    The third kid said, “ I want a motorized wheelchair with a built in TV and stereo headset!”

    Barack was a little perplexed by this and said, “But you don”t look like you”re handicapped.”

    The kid said, “I will be after my dad finds out I saved you from drowning!”

  • This Morning I Saved a Baby from an Angry Squirrel

    07/26/2009 1:58:12 PM PDT · 50 of 56
    Dominnae to HamiltonJay

    You’re exactly right.

    Small mammals don’t often survive the initial attack to actually become rabid.

    Even so: animals with furious (aggressive - as opposed to dumb rabies where animals become lethargic, and dopey)) rabies wouldn’t advance/retreat/advance/retreat.. they’d attack. Period. Squirrels can be very bossy anyway :)

    I’ve had calls where I’ve pried squirrels off the sidewalls of tires or other inanimate objects, attacking them - but they didn’t have rabies, they had distemper, which is far more common in small mammals, and has symptoms that are often confused with rabies.

    I’d say this squirrel was hand fed by well-meaning humans, lost all fear, and now has become an (albeit healthy) nuisance of the more dangerous variety - dependent upon people.

    I’m a nuisance wildlife operator. I’ve seen the results of people feeding the cute little wild animals often enough.. sad, but funny article anyway. Glad baby wasn’t hurt.

  • 9/11 Victim Families Call Obama's Outreach a FRAUD

    07/09/2009 3:08:21 PM PDT · 5 of 5
    Dominnae to OneWingedShark

    I call it accessory after the fact.

    sigh.

    It is just going to get worse. :(

  • Massachusetts to Ban Public Access to Firearms Training

    07/03/2009 12:06:16 PM PDT · 43 of 84
    Dominnae

    And in case that didn’t make sense - I am sure I must have missed something. I’ll read it again, but.. too much sun, not enough coffee :)

    A

  • Massachusetts to Ban Public Access to Firearms Training

    07/03/2009 12:00:54 PM PDT · 42 of 84
    Dominnae to Tarpon

    I must live in the one town in the one county in MA that’s somewhat conservative and pro-2nd.

    My chief’s great, too. Hope he’s with us a while.

    It’d be a trick to hold this up, they’d have to stop hunter’s safety classes, and as far as I know those don’t come out of state general fun, they’re paid for mostly by Pittman-Robertson, licensing fees at Fish/Wildlife.

    LTC requires CEFS or equivalent NRA certificate, right?

    They’d have to change these requirements in law, do they really have the stomach to take that on?

    They really don’t have to change laws.. Can almost promise it won’t happen before Dinky’s booted.

    It’s a “may issue” state. The ass-hats who don’t want to issue still won’t. The chiefs who do, will be removed by attrition eventually (retirement, relocation, etc)

    We should make efforts to have our Boston ducks in a row before that happens, so to speak.

  • Infomercial King Billy Mays found dead

    06/28/2009 9:06:41 AM PDT · 43 of 283
    Dominnae to muawiyah

    David Carradine, Ed McMahon, .... or do they have to be all in the same short window of passing?

    A local Drive-at-Five personality on Friday afternoon said:

    “Farrah, we saw that coming, but NO-ONE had Michael Jackson in their dead pool!”

    Honestly - I’m a lot more surprised that Billy Mayes passed :(

  • North Korea threatens 'merciless' nuclear offensive

    06/09/2009 10:01:18 AM PDT · 23 of 63
    Dominnae to TChris
    Pay attention to MEEEEEEE!!!

    lol exactly. He's biting at the world's kneecaps again.

    One of these days he will find we don't humor gnomes.

    We punt them.
  • Pressure mounts to test elder drivers(MA)

    06/08/2009 7:59:05 AM PDT · 26 of 34
    Dominnae

    I see your points, all - and I realize it’s easier to say “something has to be done” than to actually implement it, and I do realize not all older drivers present the same liabilities as others do.

    I guess I should know better than to think these folks have families who are willing to make sure they’re cared for (docs, church, social visits, etc) A lot of towns here in western MA have senior programs that will give people rides, but the more rural folks would be stuck, for sure.

    I guess my perspective comes from that of the elderly drivers who present a more immediate danger: a couple accidents my Dad had, he just told the cops “The sun was in his eyes” and there was no further follow-up..

  • Pressure mounts to test elder drivers(MA)

    06/08/2009 6:14:41 AM PDT · 5 of 34
    Dominnae to GQuagmire
    Advocates for the elderly have sharply opposed age-based oversight as discriminatory, and noted that the state prohibits age discrimination in licensing.

    *Most* older drivers lack the vision and response time for driving int traffic. My Dad was one of them.

    We tried to get his license revoked, and couldn't. His eye doctor said Dad's vision had deteriorated and that he'd have to send a letter to the state, but he never did.

    His driving was so erratic, I can't even tell you how many fender scrapes he had, or curbs he hit. The damage would show up on his Outback, and he'd shrug and say "I don't know when that happened." or ask me what *I* did to his car.

    My daughter and I moved in with him when he was 80 years old, soon after my mother passed away, because my other sisters would have put him in a nursing home: I drove him everywhere he wanted to go, and got him to all his doctor appointments, but he would sneak out as often as he could on his own.

    It was his last semblance of independence (in his eyes- I could understand that much) but he had macular degeneration and funky blood sugar from his diabetes - and his mind wandered a lot.

    In 2007, a month after being diagnosed with advanced lung cancer, he decided to "make the rounds", I knew he couldn't see, he was depressed, he didn't just care if anything happened to him anymore.

    I went to the police department in my town, and had the Sgt at the desk put a "stop & hold" on him.. we called the state police in case he went farther afield, but luckily we found him a town away sitting in a diner flirting wit his favorite waitress.

    I took his keys away, (including any spares) and he was SO angry. It hurt me to have the roles switched and have to be the hard-ass parent to him, but he was a danger to his own and other lives on the road. He said "I'm going to be dead in six months anyway."

    The argument that finally got to him was: "It's bad enough you don't care if your own daughter has to go and identify you in a morgue - what about some other family or small children you hit because you can't see.. do they deserve that, because you don't care?"

    His driver's license wasn't set to expire until 2008. Six months after he passed away. He wouldn't have even had to have another eye test, he could have had it renewed online if he knew that was an option.

    The states have to do something about the older drivers, not just to protect them from themselves, but the other families out there that face a tragedy because they refuse to surrender their "rights" to drive as long as they have a valid license.
  • Are Obama's policies creating more terrorists? (Vanity)

    06/03/2009 7:54:27 PM PDT · 3 of 7
    Dominnae to NoobRep

    What if UK & Europe considered that same question about Chamberlain in 1938?

  • GM to Sell Hummer to Chinese Company

    06/02/2009 6:47:52 PM PDT · 13 of 28
    Dominnae to virgil

    er -— Yes, it is (was) not there’s I don’t know how many generations (3? 4?) of civilian versions.. they have a breather tube - they can be driven through deep water without bogging out.. but most civilians I know with them barely dare to drive them in rain.

  • GM to Sell Hummer to Chinese Company

    06/02/2009 6:46:12 PM PDT · 12 of 28
    Dominnae to virgil

    HMMWV (Humm-vee) stands for High Mobility Multi-Purpose Wheeled Vehicle

  • GM to Sell Hummer to Chinese Company

    06/02/2009 6:25:26 PM PDT · 5 of 28
    Dominnae to the invisib1e hand

    I keep thinking of that movie “Gung Ho” with Michael Keaton.

    Yeah it may save a few jobs.. for NOW.

    I don’t see too many people rushing out to buy Hummers anyway - why would they have sold the division otherwise? Especially now, for many reasons!

    This wasn’t thought out with American’s interests in mind, but what can you expect from Chamberlain v2.0.

  • Obama Branded Bill Clinton A 'Liar' During '08 Campaign

    06/02/2009 10:25:13 AM PDT · 9 of 27
    Dominnae to JohnBrowdie
    it makes me feel funny, though.

    It's ok, it's one of those basic truths. like "the sky is blue."..

    He's just trying to lull some people into complacency!

    Next line should be a real whopper, like "Tax cuts for middle income families!" ..

    oh wait..
  • Heard the one about the president who cracks jokes about race and 9/11?

    05/10/2009 3:05:45 PM PDT · 15 of 65
    Dominnae to 2ndDivisionVet

    Every time he opens his mouth he reinforces the fact that he is the absolute poster child of democratic sentiment towards our country, as his his adoring congregation begs for more.

    I never thought I’d say this, but I’m glad my Pop isn’t here to see this farce.

  • DFU SONG: You Are the Woman (yes, liar Pelosi, you are the woman who knew all about waterboarding)

    05/08/2009 6:59:54 PM PDT · 8 of 9
    Dominnae to doug from upland

    Excellent.

    :)

    She won’t resign.

    They’ll have to pry the seat from her cold dead assssteroids.

  • EPA: ethanol crops displaces climate-friendly ones

    05/05/2009 9:41:13 AM PDT · 5 of 6
    Dominnae to NormsRevenge
    We're not supposed to "think".. they will do that for us. Grr.

    Fact Sheet: Ethanol Biorefineries
  • Barbie given tattoos [tramp stamp] by makers to mimic high-profile celebrities like Amy Winehouse

    05/01/2009 7:35:43 AM PDT · 20 of 39
    Dominnae to CholeraJoe

    Ha! Joe..

    Oh man - I could have lived a long and happy life without seeing that tranny-looking meth-mouth so up close and personal...

    Some people should be heard, and never ever seen.

    As for Barbie *shakes head* I’m scared to see what they come up with next.

  • Woman hid lover’s body in car trunk, gave key to new girlfriend: DuPage prosecutors

    04/24/2009 1:36:32 AM PDT · 37 of 47
    Dominnae to OneLoyalAmerican

    “What do lesbians do on a second date?
    ..

    ..

    ..

    Rent a U-haul and buy a cat carrier.”

    Not anymore!

  • Prayer Request (Vanity)

    03/18/2009 9:10:08 PM PDT · 15 of 17
    Dominnae to The Bass Player

    Prayers, *hugs*

    Hang in there, Bass

  • Deadly Bat Disease Spreads to Six States...

    02/03/2009 5:23:18 PM PST · 26 of 30
    Dominnae to TASMANIANRED
    Maybe they can get in on the bail out.

    LOL!!! Why not, who isn't?

    I had so many smart-arse comments - I had to delete them before posting *cry*
  • Deadly Bat Disease Spreads to Six States...

    02/03/2009 5:09:16 PM PST · 23 of 30
    Dominnae to TASMANIANRED
    It’s probably related to immune deficiency from rabies.

    They aren't dying of an immune deficiency.. and it has nothing to do with rabies.

    This syndrome disrupts their hibernation and depletes their fat stores, and they fail to thrive.

    They get confused and don't go as deep into caves/mines as they usually do, they sometimes fly out long before it's warm enough, and freeze to death.

    They don't know yet if the fungus, found on noses and sometimes wings, are the cause or effect of this.

    Rabies is a viral neuropathy - nothing like this and doesn't cause "immune deficiencies".
  • Violent Unrest Rocks China as Crisis Hits

    02/01/2009 2:12:56 AM PST · 19 of 46
    Dominnae to NoControllingLegalAuthority
    Americans will soon be rioting in large numbers, as well.

    I know, you're right. I was musing, and I'm tired.

    I've had this discussion with my family now and again, at least that it's inevitable that something would go awry.

    Looks like it's coming home, alright.
  • Violent Unrest Rocks China as Crisis Hits

    02/01/2009 1:43:57 AM PST · 15 of 46
    Dominnae to nickcarraway

    For years, I’ve said, that China’s bottleneck to more leverage in the world was their lack of a substantial deep-water navy.
    They have the numbers, but their means of getting them around is quite limited. Still more-or-less true.

    I also said that China’s greatest threat to the world would be if they opened their borders and let them all go.

    I can’t imagine the humanitarian crisis this would bring to the region and the world - but what will happen when they can’t feed them any more?

    Things that make you go “hmmm”.

  • Inaugural Trash Challenge ('Eco-friendly' trash Mall)

    01/21/2009 7:51:22 AM PST · 38 of 65
    Dominnae to a fool in paradise
    For all the “love” they claim to have and all the Obamorabillia that was sold, I don’t understand why they’d trash so many US flags.

    Their gesture illustrates a blatant disregard for the country, for the flag, and of course, they can leave their "garbage" anywhere they want to. They're entitled to be cleaned up after, don't you know.
  • Urgent Prayer Request From Jim Robinson. Sad update. Don Robinson has passed away.

    11/25/2008 7:04:05 AM PST · 286 of 585
    Dominnae to Admin Moderator

    Sending prayers and hugs

  • Avoiding the Clutches of Obama Derangement Syndrome

    11/09/2008 9:23:54 AM PST · 4 of 37
    Dominnae to AJKauf
    I suggest that everyone stand back, take a deep breath, and wait.

    I keep telling myself this. But every day I read something else that makes me feel as though we've all put our hands in something warm and smelly.

    I just can't believe this.
  • Obama Mocks Nancy Reagan in 1st Press Conference

    11/07/2008 12:29:55 PM PST · 13 of 264
    Dominnae to DouglasKC

    When he was asked if he’d spoken to former Presidents—

    “I’ve spoken to all of them that-that-that are still living - without getting into the Nancy Reagan thing, seances and all that. And I read some of Lincoln’s writings.”

    somewhat paraphrased but you can bet there will be sound clips on Hannity.

  • Iran: Obama's victory proves 'failure of Bush's policies'

    11/05/2008 10:34:40 AM PST · 5 of 21
    Dominnae to pissant

    Oh, it’s just gonna get better. /sarc

    When Asshatdinjihad comes to sleep in Lincoln’s bedroom
    they can work on the “policy” together at the slumber party.

    Yeah. I’m bitter, but I love you all, FRiends.

    We’ll survive it somehow.

    I hope.

  • One in five homeowners with mortgages underwater

    10/31/2008 1:18:50 PM PDT · 17 of 32
    Dominnae to HD1200

    Exactly - My home is paid for, my taxes are $900 a year, and I don’t owe a dime on it otherwise.

    I worry about what I’ll do when it’s time to replace the roof, etc, I know at some point it would make sense to get an equity loan, but no way right now.

    Live within your means, and if you own your home free and clear, do sensible maintenance to protect the investment.

    At the very least, you can sleep better at night.

    The people who own their homes are in a very fortunate position at the moment, as long as we keep our heads :)

    And if we win on Tuesday,(PLEASE!?) we don’t have to worry about some less fortunate band of thugs knocking on our door saying “Mr. Obama thinks you’ve been fortunate long enough, so now we get to live here.”

    I’m sorry to babble, FRiends, I have a case of the FRiday sillies.

  • Boy, 8, killed in Mass. gun show accident

    10/27/2008 11:49:20 AM PDT · 46 of 94
    Dominnae to Dr. Zzyzx

    This is awful.

    I feel terrible for his family, and for everyone in
    attendance.

    We almost went to this event, too - glad we didn’t.

    I really don’t understand how, a certified instructor
    standing right next to him couldn’t have prevented
    this(other than NOT handing an 8-year-old an Uzi!)

    Prayers for the family, or course.

  • An Examination of Obama’s Use of Hidden Hypnosis Techniques in His Speeches

    10/19/2008 8:34:24 PM PDT · 19 of 179
    Dominnae to xDGx
  • New Jersey Man Could Pay For Shooting Squirrels

    10/12/2008 11:01:07 AM PDT · 18 of 32
    Dominnae to TheOldLady

    Yep - any mammal can get rabies.

    Although - rabbits and possums seem to have a metabolic “immunity” that’s not really an immunity, because their system has a hard time assimilating the virus, but it’s NOT impossible for them to contract it.

    The biggest factor in why small mammals don’t usually get rabies is simply because they don’t usually survive the initial attack/exposure that transmits the virus in the first place - but a passive exposure to a freshly dead animal can cause an epidemic, definitely.

    Distemper is a far more likely culprit in sick/aggressive squirrels, though.

    As far as NJ’s stupid gun laws, I hope this is challenged under the Heller ruling - and watch NJ’s notorious crime rate plummet.

    A good friend of mine, a NYC Detective, said that even when they were going to NJ to serve a warrant or on investigations, they could not carry. COPS!!
    Cops could not carry in NJ. Dumb.

    Then you have paintball markers - the only time/place you can use them is in a certified/insured paintball facility. While I don’t really object to this - there are other potential uses of paintball markers in the wildlife industry (and others) that cannot be considered in NJ.

  • Sarah Palin, the classic schoolyard bully (PDS Alert)

    10/06/2008 9:44:25 PM PDT · 3 of 82
    Dominnae to Chet 99

    That’s racist!

    oh..

    Wait...

  • Cynthia McKinney says 5000 executed Katrina used as cover. (Unreal. Proof of Mental Illness.)

    09/30/2008 10:25:28 PM PDT · 16 of 157
    Dominnae to nobamanada

    Who actually want to preside over the award presentation of a Master Baiter?

  • Cafe au Bat? Woman Treated for Rabies After Finding Bat in Coffee Filter

    09/30/2008 11:54:20 AM PDT · 20 of 29
    Dominnae to Right Wing Assault
    because most coffee makers I've seen are pretty bat-proof.

    They only need a crack or crevice the width of a pencil or less.

    I would say a bat in a house, in a panic, would have smacked into the maker looking for a place to land.

    They look for places 4' and up because they can't easily take off from the floor.

    I could see a bat dislodging the hinged lid and climbing in.

    The darkness and warmth from the electronics would be very attractive.

    I've taken lots of bats out of houses, you'd be totally surprised at the unlikely places they will find for themselves.
  • Cafe au Bat? Woman Treated for Rabies After Finding Bat in Coffee Filter

    09/30/2008 11:44:37 AM PDT · 18 of 29
    Dominnae to 1955Ford
    I don’t think you can get rabies by eating the virus.

    You absolutely can contract the virus via mucous membranes in the mouth.

    In fact, the more proximal to the brain, the more dangerous the contact.

    Rabies virus travels along the nerve pathways to the central nervous system to the brain. Once you're synptomatic, there's a 99.99+% mortality rate.

    Potential contact with rabies vector species that cannot be captured, or tested - to mucous membranes, open wounds, cuts, or ANY kind of a bite require post exposure treatment.

    In this case, consider that the bat may have been in the water before the maker turned on. The coffee maker does not boil the water. Just close to it.

    If the bat was rabid, the viability of the virus in heated water is not something I would gamble my life on.
  • The Mississippi Debate: First Thoughts and Who Won?

    09/27/2008 8:40:37 AM PDT · 5 of 29
    Dominnae to moose2004

    My Cliff’s Notes impression of last night remains:

    McCain: “I know HOW to...”
    Obama: “I agree with you, John.”

  • Tancredo Tells United Nations to Get Out

    09/24/2008 10:46:21 PM PDT · 61 of 70
    Dominnae to markedmannerf

    Amen, and *bump* (keeper)

    I’ve been saying for a while we need to root out the mafia UN, keep most of our aid money home, instead of in some idiot’s well-padded pocket.

    So Yeah, Tom!