Dryfire

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Dryfire last won the day on January 29 2007

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  1. This may exonerate him from the actual killing but I guarandamntee you he was involved somehow. Who knows, maybe he swung the hammer or whatever tool was used to put the hole in the back of her head. The murder weapon was never found. There are a ton of ponds around there with easy access that the weapon could have been tossed into. I'm telling you, the priest was bad news.
  2. More like Brooklyn than Glen Burnie. Anne Arundel County would gladly give Brooklyn to the city.
  3. I graduated from St. Clements Parochial School in Lansdowne in 1969. Maskell was a priest there in the 60's. I'd say from 65 to 68. From the first day I met him, I got an overwhelming feeling of him being a very bad person and never trusted him from the word "jump".. He was filled with arrogance and conceit and he showed it to the boys by his actions as if he was an invincible force. I even remember him showing a few of us boys his pistol that he supposedly got when he was in the Army. I have that uncanny ability to almost know somebody from the very start and if they are a good or bad person. That dude gave me the heebie-jeebies right off the start. I wouldn't be surprised 1 iota if he killed Sr. Cathy. He was a slimeball.
  4. What did they do? Did they hire these two guys? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=neGbKHyGuHU
  5. My lady friend and her daughter (a 30 something Raiders fan since she was raised in California) attended the game on Sunday. An obnoxiously, drunken, foul-mouthed a-hole Ravens fan was taunting them nearly the entire game. She said there was no provocation on their part but this guy kept going at them until she threatened to call one of the ushers to have him removed. Luckily for him, one of his friends came to his defense and quieted him down a bit or he would have gone.
  6. She blamed everybody except for the real culprit in these cases. She jumped to soon with charges that had no merit.
  7. I use the light rail at the North Linthicum station all the time. Work, events at the fairgrounds, arena and ball games. It's surely a convenience even though it crawls thru the city..
  8. According to Blacksphere the numbers fhis year are 276 whites killed by cops, 136 blacks and 86 Hispanics. Therefore you're living in your own fallacy.world. I find it amazing that you posted this garbage.
  9. The last 3 weapons I and a family member purchased came from Gunbroker.com. Cost plus shipping and transfer fee was still a considerable amount less than I could have bought them for at a local dealer.
  10. Did the Calverts at any time own slaves? If so, surely we have to change the flag. We wouldn't want to upset anyone. While we're at it, let's change the name of Washington, DC to something more fitting of the times. I suggest "Wasteland".
  11. Porter could pull a Susan Thomas in the Whitewater scandal. She answered 184 questions by the Senate with "I don't recall."
  12. The Sam's Club next door closed years ago. I'm surprised it took as long as it did for this Walmart to close. Access to the store coming from town was kind of screwy with no left turn and having to wait for another light sequence to cross over Hanover Street.
  13. Aren't they some of the tactics she needs to learn prior to running for mayor? Just like the shimmy, shake and shirk responsibility while pointing the finger move.
  14. IMHO, I don't think it should be changed for history's sake. It is what it is, but since so many are adamant, I say change it all together along with the rest of history to eliminate all references to the civil war and slavery, the 50's and 60's with equal rights marches by MLK Jr. Get rid of it all and start anew. While we at it, we can also repeal all equal employment regs and have everyone get hired on their merits. Sound good?