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Exactly, how far away is over yonder?

anybody know
Posted by Tuesday Afternoon | Mon Oct 29, 2012, 05:48 PM (37 replies)

Two of My Faves



Posted by Tuesday Afternoon | Sun Oct 28, 2012, 09:19 AM (1 replies)

+ a fuckton. This says more about the OP than it does anything else.

Only a cowardly, sniveling, backstabbing, whiny-ass, crybaby would stoop this low.

Only good thing to come of this is the outing of a Serial Alerter doing his part to make DU suck.
Posted by Tuesday Afternoon | Sat Oct 27, 2012, 04:46 PM (0 replies)

How come when one Bank wants to sell a mortgage to another Bank the Equity is of no

consequence but, when the Homeowner wants to go shopping for another Bank to refinance all of the sudden Equity is a HUGE deal?

Why is that ?
Posted by Tuesday Afternoon | Thu Oct 18, 2012, 04:30 PM (12 replies)

Conflict Of Interest.

Posted by Tuesday Afternoon | Sun Oct 14, 2012, 12:07 PM (0 replies)

If the fucking banks would quit Robbing Us they wouldn't have so much to worry about

Chase. I am talking to you. You goddamn lying, thieving, conniving piece of shit.

Fuckers.
Posted by Tuesday Afternoon | Sun Oct 14, 2012, 11:23 AM (2 replies)

Y'all sure got a funny way of respectin' your wives in these here parts -

whassup with that?

Posted by Tuesday Afternoon | Sat Oct 13, 2012, 04:59 PM (6 replies)

I beg to differ. You are thinking like a Square in a Round World --

New Mexico residents are trying to a break free from Los Alamos’ nuclear legacy by creating more environmentally sound ways of living. At the forefront of this struggle is renegade architect Michael Reynolds, creator of radically sustainable living options through a process called "Earthship Biotecture." Reynolds’ solar homes are created from natural and recycled materials, including aluminum cans, plastic bottles and used tires. These off-the-grid homes minimize their reliance on public utilities and fossil fuels by harnessing their energy from the sun and wind turbines. In Taos, New Mexico, Reynolds gives us a tour of one of the sustainable-living homes he created.

more at link:
http://www.democracynow.org/2012/10/11/earthship_biotecture_renegade_new_mexico_architects
Posted by Tuesday Afternoon | Sat Oct 13, 2012, 08:15 AM (0 replies)

if you alert twice a week. you may be a serial alerter

Posted by Tuesday Afternoon | Sun Oct 7, 2012, 06:42 PM (1 replies)

I don't believe a word of it. not a word.

Posted by Tuesday Afternoon | Sun Oct 7, 2012, 01:36 PM (2 replies)
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