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  1. Last year they were out of stock on steaks for a few days, i asked what the problem was and they told me they had no deliveries from the ranch, wherever that is, so probably not USRDA.
  2. And they are trained to hunt lions in Africa.
  3. Interesting article in NYT today. MANILA — China’s president warned the Philippines that it would go to war if Manila insisted on enforcing an international arbitration decision rejecting China’s claims over disputed areas of the South China Sea, the Philippine president said in a televised speech on Friday. Although both sides pledged for now to talk and to avoid confrontation, the remarks by the Philippine president, Rodrigo Duterte, highlighted the stakes in a part of Asia that has become a geopolitical flash point. The warning — which Beijing did not immediately confirm — also draws attention to a policy dilemma for the United States, which is trying to maintain its naval dominance in the Pacific in the face of China’s military buildup and its construction of artificial islands in disputed waters. In a landmark ruling last July, the Permanent Court of Arbitration, based in The Hague, delivered a sweeping rebuke of China’s behavior in the South China Sea, including the creation of islands that could be used for military purposes, and found that its claim of sovereignty over the waters had no legal basis. However, there is no legal mechanism for enforcing the decision, and Beijing has refused to abide by it. https://www.nytimes.com/2017/05/19/world/asia/philippines-south-china-sea-duterte-war.html?_r=0
  4. Do locals get 20 years for bonking under age girls ? Just wondering what the penalties are.
  5. I knew they were ducks, but my comment was influenced by your close relatioship to turkeys .
  6. Those are turkeys you moron.
  7. Go ahead, take a swing. His wing man is waiting in the weeds to bite your nuts off when you raise your arm.
  8. You obviously never met a Canada goose. They are tough and don't phuck around. You bring your p*ssy newspaper, see what happens...
  9. I had to stop reading half way thru, it really pissed me off and made me sad.
  10. I had basically the same treatment for two rotator cuff injuries plus my GP sent me to a sports medicine clinic where they administered a series of cortisone shots. In my caes the shots really helped with the pain. It took about six months to heal.
  11. I don't see how it can stay cool. It has to eventually warm up to room temperature.
  12. I visited a fish farm in Southern Cebu, I think near Dalaguete. The water was so disgusting and the stench so awful I never ate another fish after that.
  13. That is not an unusual occurence.
  14. I thought it was a pogo stick.
  15. Three cheers for their culture. Not all foreigners want to be treated like benefactors, just treated fairly. Foreigners spend a lot of money on airfare, hotels, restaurants, movie tickets, drinks, taxis, tips, and gifts for family and friends and that creates jobs for the locals. Foreigners deserve to be treated with some respect and fairness.