And finally, Sunday Video 10

Kinda hard to tell by the sound if she’s in pain or having an orgasm.

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Sunday Video 9

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Sunday Video 8

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The shit I post on Facebook

So I got suspended from FB for another 30 days again last night for posting this, the fucking prudes. Something about racism or some such shit.

It’s cool, though. I’ve got more than enough memes saved up to carry us through for a month.
To be honest with you though, I was spending waaay too much time on there looking for memes that didn’t have anything to do with either the coronavirus or that movie that just came out on Netflix, The Tiger King – no, I haven’t seen it and have no plans to.
But damn, for every meme that wasn’t related to either of those, I was seeing 20 that were. That shit gets old after a while, kinda like reading the news every morning this past month – everything is corona related.

Anyways, on to your FB memes. There’s some good ones in there today.

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Sunday Video 7

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Sunday Video 6

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Sunday Video 5

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Sunday gifdump

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Sunday Video 4

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Good Morning

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Sunday Video 3

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Sunday Video 2

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Sunday Video 1

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And I’ll leave you with this:

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Historical Profile: John Moses Browning

The thumbprint, and trigger fingerprint, of John Moses Browning, is on nearly every major firearm design of the 19th and 20th centuries. A veritable fount of weapon designs, Browning’s innate skills, and pure determination at being a self-motivated marketer of his own works have made him a legend not only of the American shooting world, but globally. To many, he remains a paragon of the American spirit: born of humble origins built into a name of worldwide recognition through his own efforts and tenacity.

Considering the number of designs Browning contributed to the world of firearms it is difficult for many to accept that it was, in fact, one mind responsible. He registered 128 patents with the US Patent Office, and this does not include his numerous adjustments and improvements or the cartridges he specifically developed. He was a veritable Da Vinci of gun design, apparently motivated by a belief that improvement was a constant, never a finish line.

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When things get bad…..

Squirrel, like many other types of small game, makes good eating.  That is provided you have a good squirrel recipe handy.

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Don’t they know fake flower arrangements are essential?

Despite state-issued stay-at-home orders intended to stop the spread of the coronavirus, Hobby Lobby has remained open in several states, pushing some officials to issue cease-and-desist letters ordering the stores to close.

The Oklahoma-based company originally complied with state orders that non-essential businesses close, but later decided to make the case that it sells essential products, CBS News reported.

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Alan Jackson

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Stories from Vietnam with MAC V-SOG Operator John Stryker “Tilt” Meyer

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“9-1-1, what’s your emergency? Are your feelings hurt?”

As the Washington Times reports “police across the nation have their hands full dealing with coronavirus pandemic, but in Seattle, Police Chief Carmen Best wants cops to investigate reports of “racist name-calling.”

At a press briefing this week, Best called on longtime former news anchor turned “Asian activist” Lori Matsukawa who said “hate crimes have no place in our community.We are all trying to deal with the COVID-19 public health crisis together. If you are a victim of a hate crime or hate-based harassment, please call 911.”

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