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Old 03-24-2009, 11:54 PM
 
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I'm a Springstein fan, darn it. LOL

 
Old 03-24-2009, 11:55 PM
 
Location: South Dakota
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I'm a Springstein fan, darn it. LOL
His older tunes are good, but the SuperBowl performance was a bit over the top.
 
Old 03-25-2009, 12:05 AM
 
Location: Wasilla
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His older tunes are good, but the SuperBowl performance was a bit over the top.
Agreed. He's going to be 60 this year for goodness' sake. Give it up Bruce before you break your hip.
 
Old 03-25-2009, 01:31 AM
 
Location: Haines, AK
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Default mandatory horsewhipping

Human milk ice cream?!? Sea kittens?!? I advocate a mandatory horsewhipping for each and every PETA-type moo-ron who trumpets another one of these stoopid ideas to their willing co-conspirators in the media. What the heck, to be charitable we'll even use a synthetic horsewhip, made of cruelty-free organic vegan-friendly faux-pleather in the simulated snakeskin color of their choice.

And yes, someone PLEASE make "the boss" retire before he pops an aneurism on stage. It's almost as bad as watching Mick Jagger and his liver-spotted, bloated lips stagger onto the stage with HIS walker. Perhaps the good folks at Hover-round or Depends can sponsor their next tour together.

BTW, what's the smiley you use for "just thinking of this makes me want to puke?"
 
Old 03-25-2009, 01:33 AM
 
Location: Wasilla
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Human milk ice cream?!? Sea kittens?!? I advocate a mandatory horsewhipping for each and every PETA-type moo-ron who trumpets another one of these stoopid ideas to their willing co-conspirators in the media.

What the heck, to be charitable we'll even use a synthetic horsewhip, made of cruelty-free organic vegan-friendly faux-pleather in the simulated snakeskin color of their choice.

And yes, someone PLEASE make "the boss" retire before he pops an aneurism on stage. It's almost as bad as watching Mick Jagger and his liver-spotted, bloated lips stagger onto the stage with HIS walker. Perhaps the good folks at Hover-round or Depends can sponsor their next tour together.

BTW, what's the smiley you use for "just thinking of this make me want to puke?"
ROFL! My mother-in-law has a fur coat and I would give anything to be around if one of those idiots tried to throw something on her. It wouldn't be pretty, to put it mildly. Thank God we have enough money stashed to bail me out.
 
Old 03-25-2009, 01:57 AM
 
Location: South Dakota
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Originally Posted by rotorhead View Post
Human milk ice cream?!? Sea kittens?!? I advocate a mandatory horsewhipping for each and every PETA-type moo-ron who trumpets another one of these stoopid ideas to their willing co-conspirators in the media. What the heck, to be charitable we'll even use a synthetic horsewhip, made of cruelty-free organic vegan-friendly faux-pleather in the simulated snakeskin color of their choice.

And yes, someone PLEASE make "the boss" retire before he pops an aneurism on stage. It's almost as bad as watching Mick Jagger and his liver-spotted, bloated lips stagger onto the stage with HIS walker. Perhaps the good folks at Hover-round or Depends can sponsor their next tour together.

BTW, what's the smiley you use for "just thinking of this makes me want to puke?"
Will this suit?
http://img516.imageshack.us/img516/4079/106.gif (broken link)
 
Old 03-25-2009, 02:00 PM
 
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Channel 2 ran a story last night about Dr. Lou Packer, the musher who got caught in a whiteout and lost two dogs. It was a very riveting interview. Of course there are some who would blame him for not checking his Sirius-XM/Satellite/GPS/Early-Warning/Radar/GPS/Weather/Bat-Phone for continuous updates, but those of us who live in the real world know better.

KTUU.com | Alaska's news and information source | Iditarod musher recounts harrowing experience that killed 2 dogs
 
Old 03-25-2009, 02:22 PM
 
Location: Maple Lake, MN
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Channel 2 ran a story last night about Dr. Lou Packer, the musher who got caught in a whiteout and lost two dogs. It was a very riveting interview. Of course there are some who would blame him for not checking his Sirius-XM/Satellite/GPS/Early-Warning/Radar/GPS/Weather/Bat-Phone for continuous updates, but those of us who live in the real world know better.

KTUU.com | Alaska's news and information source | Iditarod musher recounts harrowing experience that killed 2 dogs
And to top it off, he is an anesthesiologist...and seems to be truly upset over the experience of losing the dogs...after experiencing injuries himself..
 
Old 03-25-2009, 02:25 PM
 
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Quit feeding the trolls people!
What trolls? In the latter part of this thread I see a few people having a difference of opinion, with some good points being made on both sides and with both sides presenting some good information. I don't believe summerlane to be a troll and it's getting a little old around here that everyone who differs from the status quo is referred to as a "troll".

That isn't what AK is about; everyone being of the same little opinion.

I don't see Blondie et al here, but then I haven't read the last couple of pages yet. Let's save the term troll for the likes of her.
 
Old 03-25-2009, 02:46 PM
 
Location: um....guess
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ROFL! My mother-in-law has a fur coat and I would give anything to be around if one of those idiots tried to throw something on her. It wouldn't be pretty, to put it mildly. Thank God we have enough money stashed to bail me out.
Take a look at a video of animals being tortured & killed just for that fur coat...you might change your mind. I'm not a member of PETA but what they do to animals just for a piece of crap fur coat is beyond disgusting.
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