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Awesome, Brandon

Remember when you went on national television and told yourself to go fuck yourself?
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THAT WAS AWESOME!
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I have it. I eat it too

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Keep your hands off of my stack

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Fuck you Young

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Stay away : Natures barbed wire

My potatoes turned into a monster
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The American Pilldog

Two suspicious characters were parked at Gelson's yesterday. Possibly a getaway car waiting for their accomplice to flea the scene
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The budget cuts are hitting home

The accounting department said we had to cut back so
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What does that flower smell like?

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Yeeeeeehaaaawwww! (Air whistles…..)

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And that’s how it will go

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He’s got your back

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I don’t know mom, Abdul was right behind me when we left…..

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A blast from the past

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It’s not if it’s going to get ugly; it’s when

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Oh! It’s on!

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Drop and stomp

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Not grammatically nor orthopedically correct

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I think that’s how it goes

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San Jose votes to require liabilty insurance for gun owners

(CNN)The San Jose, California, city council voted Tuesday night to adopt a first-in-the-nation ordinance requiring most gun owners to pay a fee and carry liability insurance, measures aimed at reducing the risk of gun harm by incentivizing safer behavior and easing taxpayers of the financial burden of gun violence.The Silicon Valley city’s council split the vote into two parts: the first approving the bulk of the proposal, including the insurance provisions, and the second approving the fee provisions. The insurance vote passed 10-1, while the fees vote passed 8-3.The ordinance must be approved next month at its final reading in order to take effect in August. Gun rights supporters have threatened to sue to block the measures if they become law

Ahead of the vote, Democratic Mayor Sam Liccardo estimated that San Jose residents incur about $442 million in gun-related costs each year. “Certainly the Second Amendment protects every citizen’s right to own a gun. It does not require taxpayers to subsidize that right,” Liccardo said Monday at a news conference.

https://www.cnn.com/2022/01/26/us/san-jose-gun-law-wednesday/index.html

” I’m tryin’ to stop an outbreak and your’e driving the monkey to the airport!” Hank Hill

Danville, PA – Michelle Fallon is living a nightmare. And, she’s ready to put that nightmare on record.

The Danville woman is now experiencing symptoms, believed to be related to her close encounter with wild monkeys, when the trailer they were riding in collided with a dump truck and unloaded their cages all over Route 54, close to I-80, on Friday afternoon. (The monkeys were destined for an unidentified Centers for Disease Control lab, in the Midwest.)

The following day, Fallon developed a cough and something that resembled “pink-eye.” And, by Sunday, she was visiting the Geisinger Medical Center emergency room, where infectious disease doctors were consulted. Fallon has since received her first (of 4) preventative rabies shots; as well as a prescription for a 14-day course of Valacyclovir.

The stay-at-home mom, who shared that she was fully vaccinated and received her booster, was also tested for Covid, but the results at the ER were negative.

Fallon is still processing the sequence of events that unfolded on Friday. She pulled over to check on the condition of the accident victims, but she said they were more concerned about press coverage of the incident.

The driver of the truck hauling the monkeys, identified in a press release from PA State Police, as Cody M. Brooks, 31, of Keystone Heights, FL even went so far as to put his hand in the camera of a local Press-Enterprise reporter. “He was very, very upset,” said Fallon. “He was in a panic.” Brooks passenger, Daniel G. Adkins, 59, of Florahome, FL required transport to Geisinger Medical Center for an injury