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Steerpike

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Gender: Male
Hometown: Alaska
Home country: U.S.A.
Member since: Thu May 10, 2007, 06:48 AM
Number of posts: 2,370

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Here is a Friend of mines Movie Website!

http://screensaversmovies.com/

A mistake

is when you add 2 and 2 and get 5.
When you gun down an innocent person....I believe you should get to look for a new job...
Law Enforcement should not condone mistakes, even "Tragic Mistakes", when an innocent person is shot and killed.

Really! You can get fired from Fucking McDonald's for much less...is life so cheap where you live that an officer's so called career is more important than a human life?

I call bullshit

wow...I completely forgot I'm a Veteran and won't need to sign up for ACA!

I tried to sign up for ACA and could not do it. I was kinda nervous about the cost because last year our family earned about 75,000 dollars. Of course most of that was liquidated retirement for me and my wife. We only realized a fraction of that because of penalties and taxes. At the time we really needed the money because we had both been fired from our jobs.
So on paper we would probably have to pay more for insurance than we could actually afford. We are both working now, but I am only working part time...so our actual income is maybe 45 annum.
Long story short...did not sign up for ACA (couldn't)...VA sent me a letter reminding me I'm a Veteren...now I am signed up for the VA hospital...

dodged that bullet...

I just found out how much I will pay for the affordable care act...

I did the calculator thing here

http://kff.org/interactive/subsidy-calculator/

I will pay 68 dollars a month with 2200 a year out of pocket...I work Part time 29.5 hours a week...

not too bad if it is true....I went back and recalculated. I apologize...it must be my painful tooth,

Eskimos (Old Photos of My wife's Family) UPDATED 8 28 13

Follow the link!

http://www.democraticunderground.com/1018463713

Old Family Photos from my wifes side UPDATED 8 28 13

http://www.democraticunderground.com/1018463713

follow the link!

Old Alaska Photos of Friends and Family Updated 8 28 13

Mil Gave us a box of Photos...most of them she could not remember

Guilty Pleasure, Bobby Goldsboro, "The Straight Life"



Nice live version...

Unfortunately I use my Powers for evil...

I wound up getting a job with another "conservative" radio station. I produce two shows. One during the week which is a very conservative morning show.
Fortunately the other show is a gardening show on the weekend, which is kind of cool.
I tried to get a job at public radio and some other "Liberal" venues, but those jobs did not pan out.
After a year of unemployment I took this job. They were the only ones who would hire me. All I can say is "boy radio sure has changed"
One of my jobs is doing banners and such for facebook and webpages/social media. Here's an example of my work...if anyone needs some work for liberal webpages or whatnot...please let me know.

Super Hits of the Sixties

Georgie Fame and the Blue Flames!



Fame has collaborated with some of the most successful performers in the world of popular music. He has been a core member of Van Morrison's band, as well as his musical producer. Fame also played keyboards and sang harmony vocals on such tracks as "In the Days before Rock 'n' Roll" from the album Enlightenment, while still recording and touring as an artist in his own right. Fame played organ on all of the Van Morrison albums between 1989 and 1997, and starred at Terry Dillon's 60th-birthday party on 10 May 2008. Morrison refers to Fame in the line "I don't run into Mr. Clive" in his song "Don't Go to Nightclubs Anymore" featured on the 2008 Keep It Simple album. Fame appeared as a special guest on Morrison's television concert show presented by BBC Four series on 25 April and 27 April 2008.

Fame was also founding member of friend Bill Wyman's early band Rhythm Kings, touring with the band. He has also worked with Count Basie, Eric Clapton, Muddy Waters, Joan Armatrading and The Verve.
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