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ok what did we give and score for valentines :)

I gave a $500 gift card to belks and took her out to dinner and she gave me some kickass headphones

Whats the scores people

love this song

emotional songs

post here

I'll start

probably not gd material but...wth...emotional songs you love

this is mine

slowly getting the grand prix in shape

Gonna take time I guess

Patience Robert...Patience

bud SB ad...Puppy Love


budwieser ad..puppy love...awesome

This is one of Buds SB ads.AMAZING...LOVE IT


bought a new toy this morning..a 1995 special edition LS Grand Prix

fun car...it only has that high output v6 but it moves

I think this car has potential

so is the national nightmare over?Can we boot Justen Beiber?

or is this just fodder for the next edition of south parks USA vs Canada storyline?

ever wonder why the repukes quit talking about the deficit and unemplayment?here's why


And if we look at the deficit in terms of GDP, we find that the 2013 deficit was just 3.6% of 2012 GDP. As of now, 2013 GDP numbers, though more impressive than the 2012 reading, aren't yet out. But the fact is that the deficit, in relative terms, is just one-third the size of the deficit in 2009. And it's nearly half the size of the deficit in calendar year 2012.

Also notable are higher taxes. Before 2013, dividends and capital gains were taxed at just 15%. Now, high-income earners may pay as much as 23.8%. This has an incredible effect on government revenue, as high-income earners who earn the majority of their income from investments paid tax rates that were nearly 40% higher than they paid the year prior. Suffice it to say that there are many unhappy hedge fund and private equity managers who are now paying 23.8% on their earnings, instead of a low 15% capital gains tax rate.
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