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Posted by bud on 15 February 2007 - 03:55 PM
Posted by glimmer on 05 May 2007 - 09:42 AM
and Im tired of being tailgated.
and for your information, I set the cruise right at 37mph for maximum mileage.
you might want to get that speedometer checked out mr speedracer man.
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Posted by Froggie on 20 April 2007 - 10:28 PM
Since you find it so awful, don't let the door hit you in the arse on your way back out .
Aw, you beat me to it. Don't you just love it when people stop by solely to complain, and not to contribute to the discussion? If you don't like what you're reading, LEAVE.
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Posted by weird-O on 25 March 2007 - 09:19 AM
at the end of the day, there is always one truth that serves as a wrecking ball to these types of excuses you make to act the way you do. that truth is your own public admission that you "like to stir things up on that Oriole Board".
you put me on ignore, great. no problem. but you didn't like when I was critical of your opinions. btw, those critiques were confined to your comments alone. somehow you have convinced yourself that putting a poster on ignore means that poster can't express opinions about your comments. that's not how it works sweetheart. you were the one who opened this can of worms when you slinked out from behind your protective fortress to take a jab at me. you remember the one, you called it a "tweek" of me.
that means it's game on pumpkin.
but you somehow convinced yourself that you had the holy grail of slam dunk insults, and that it would make me cower in the presence of your self delusion of superior intellect. if you want some sort of truce, than just call for it. that's all you have to do. otherwise, "tweek away" babydoll. but don't cry foul when I extend the same curtesy. you didn't hear me complain when you brought my parents into it.
if you want to know about my avatar, just ask. you can ask publicly or in a PM. I'll be happy to respond honestly and completely. until then, I assume you know where it really came from.
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Posted by Freelander on 15 February 2007 - 03:59 PM
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Posted by lyltink on 15 February 2007 - 02:46 PM
Bud is there!
bud, needs a few clicks to reach the million member group!
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Posted by Justthefax on 13 February 2007 - 07:13 AM
bud ... can be there in a few days
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Posted by Scaggsville on 09 July 2006 - 07:17 PM
The weekend, however, has been a whirlwind of activity for the Race Council. Since the Council was officially formed, the OWS, OBS, OHS and OAS (White, Black, Hispanic and Asian, spokespersons, respectively) have been deluged with requests of legal, policy and conduct guidance. We also have been harassed by other minority groups looking for representation at the Council (among the more aggressive were the midget contingent and the Albinos).
On Saturday, SouthSide called for an emergency summit meeting of the Big Four (listed above) at Copeland's in Columbia. Meetings went deep into the night and much progress was made. Major areas of agreement were sex, sports and alcohol.
Administratively, the Race Card issuance and recertification process was streamlined and Free-Roam Zones (FRZs) for the various races were clearly defined. Many treaties were hammered out between all those represented. It seemed by the end of the night, all involved were satisfied that our marathon meetings had been very productive.
On Sunday, however, the hangover began, and many began talking of unfairness and disenfanchisement (especially the Albino midget envoy). A hastily convened conference call occurred in the afternoon to air grievences.
Surprisingly, at the end of the conference, all parties agreed to making all previous agreements null and void, and to disband the Race Council immediately, never to be reconvened again.
The final words of the conference, I will read back from the minutes now: "Content of character is important; skin color, not so much. GOD BLESS AMERICA!!!"
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Posted by Sir Jazzalot on 07 July 2006 - 09:19 PM
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Posted by Guest on 05 July 2006 - 06:54 PM
Now I know I'm getting a red chicklet for this because I always seem to get one when I venture into OM.
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Posted by Rael on 27 April 2007 - 08:46 PM
I think she means that having "a couple of children", gaining "a few pounds" and getting "a few wrinkles", like she has (apparently), automatically gives one a wealth of experience that younger and wrinkle-free folk like us couldn't possibly have. And if you only have one child, too bad. You need to have at least two to gain this tremendous knowledge, whatever it may be.
Cool! I've got four kids and mucho extra pounds (not much in the wrinkle dept though). I must have experience oozing out of me all over...
Where do I apply for my wizard certificate?
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Posted by Pasadena Girl on 27 April 2007 - 09:04 AM
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Posted by Mom49of4 on 24 April 2007 - 10:19 PM
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Posted by PlainMaryJane on 22 April 2007 - 06:46 AM
You got that right.
another one who complains but then comes around just to complain.
Bet you meant this to be red. BTW, you might want to take something for that nausea you have ("bleah")... I'm really tired of hearing about it.
http://www.baltimore...utation_pos.gif Is it OK to talk about... 04-22-2007 06:58 AM you're offensive...bleah
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Posted by skaybaltimore on 21 April 2007 - 11:12 AM
Ooooh...a big old cowardly "red" for this one. Shame shame. Don't be afraid to sign your reds if you feel enough conviction to give them in the first place, you humorless little putz.
Hmmmm...who would I rather do....Bill Maher...or Hugh Hefner? That's a toughie, Baal. I think I'd have to choose...
(Let's see mom49of4 find fault with THAT answer).
Update: Thanks for the greens and the comments, shutout and Mom49of4.
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Posted by Hoot on 20 April 2007 - 09:14 PM
Wow. I guess that I've annoyed the self-appointed Queen of OM.
My apologies, Ma'am.
Same old tune...
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Posted by bud on 14 April 2007 - 12:04 AM
Go ahead and put prison guards on the same level as real public servants who put their lives on the line every day (armed forces, police, fire) if you like. That doesn't mean the rest of us have to.
After reading some of your posts, I am truly disappointed. I enjoy your posts in the O's forum, but I never had any idea you felt this way. You need to open your eyes and understand the tough and thankless job corrections officers perform. It's clear you're unaware of the initial and then yearly training an officer must satisfactorily complete to retain his/her certification. Like police, corrections officers need to pass a rigorous background. GRanted, MD DOC uses the lowest backround standard in the USA. Still, the entire profession shouldn't be judged by them.
Perhaps, you should sit down and talk with someone who walks the beat. If you hear their story, you'd likely rethink your misconceptions.
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Posted by EmDot on 07 April 2007 - 09:37 AM
You can save them and hand them over at the next fest.
Or you can mail them to:
P.O. Box EEB (EmDot's Easter Basket)
Baltimore, MD 12345
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Posted by Sprightly on 07 March 2007 - 01:26 PM
Those that are Christian should be following "Love thy enemy"
Really? And what should non-Christians do?
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Posted by bronco on 16 February 2007 - 01:43 PM
By GEORGE KING
Mike Mussina wants to see some heart, among other things...
February 16, 2007 -- TAMPA - Carl Pavano says his cranky body is rehabilitated, but there is additional work required on the pitcher's head and mouth.
Two days after Joe Torre said Pavano had a "sizable'' amount of work to do in repairing his clubhouse image and minutes before Mike Mussina said yesterday, "He needs to show a lot of people he wants to pitch for us,'' and, "Not yet, I want to see if he wants to do it,'' when asked if Pavano gets the benefit of the doubt, Pavano foolishly blamed the media for the ill will towards him.
"It's been more hyped up by you guys," Pavano said after joining Chien-Ming Wang, Andy Pettitte, Kei Igawa and Mussina in an eight-minute throwing session on the first day of pitchers and catchers at Legends Field. "It's something you guys had fun with."
Informed that Torre described Pavano's task as "sizable," Pavano responded, "Joe has his opinion. I didn't come here nervous about my teammates wanting to oust me or give me the cold shoulder."
Cold would be several degrees warmer than the Yankees' frigid feelings toward Pavano, who is 4-6 with a 4.77 ERA in 17 games as a Yankee.
"I don't know how widespread it is but from another starting pitcher who hasn't been 100 percent all of the last two years, I know what it takes to pitch and I know when you can't go out and pitch," Mussina said. "Some times it is a fine line. After 15 years, I know where the line is."
Since a shoulder injury that didn't require surgery shelved Pavano in June of 2005, Pavano has suffered an inflamed back, bruised buttocks, right elbow chips and broken ribs. Pavano missed all of last year.
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