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DRUMZ

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  1. https://archive.org/details/TheProtocolsOfTheLearnedEldersOfZion And you have not read this...... Then it is a must!!!! I Printed it out last night (70 pages) Half way thru......... Everything in their own words!!!!!! Exactly what is happening now, and what is to come. NOT good!! Recommended study by that banker from recent thread.... Just download and read it later, but read it!!!! Peace and Love!
  2. Well... Here it is if you want to read. Something that I have heard so much about but have never read for myself. https://archive.org/details/TheProtocolsOfTheLearnedEldersOfZion Peace and Love!
  3. Sorry, I'm guilt deficient and all out of sympathy for the Jews. Oh, you will comply!
  4. Been there, done that, learned insurance rates go up. =) No one was the wiser and neither truck was damaged fortunately. I don't think this is my idea, but cannot remember where I heard it. Nobody graduates until they pass "basic life skills" class. Balance a check book, change a tire, sew on buttons, boil an egg kinda things. The only problem with this requirement is that no one would ever graduate and then what do you do with all those child adults? It is nice to have some completely naïve people around. Sometimes I wish that I could unlearn a few things.
  5. Backpacking is my #1 hobby. I always bring a tent and a small tarp. Tent only takes a couple of minuets to set up, plus I stay dry, no bugs or snakes and keeps off the morning dew. I have four of them (use depends on how many people, or the season.) One of them stuffs smaller then my tarp. Tarp usually goes under my tent unless it is raining, then it is used as a canopy over my chair by the fire. Best times of my life were 20 miles from the nearest road or out on an island with no roads. The stars are incredible out there! You always come back from a trip feeling like you met God and long to go back.
  6. When I was a kid, my friend got his truck stuck in the ditch on a dirt road located on a big hill. He called me and I showed up with my truck to pull him out without anyone staying in his truck to steer or brake. I pulled his truck out, and it rolled across the road and got stuck even worse in the ditch on the other side of the road. Sheer genius!
  7. OOhhhh........... OK. I have no choice but to submit. Thanks for the reminder!
  8. Sorry, but man.... I could not take more than 5 seconds of that.
  9. Yes, and this; if you have not seen...... Peace and Love!
  10. Little bit out of control at times, but self correcting given enough time. It was definitely created, in my humble opinion. Peace On!
  11. We are slated to take out Iran. We are just a few years behind schedule that's all. Peace and Love!
  12. Only 53% know ho to check the oil level in their car! What will happen to all of these folks WHEN SHTF? https://www.studyfinds.org/change-lightbulb-household-chores-study/ Good Luck Out There!
  13. Oh Boy!! Or...... Oy Vey!!!! Oy vey (Yiddish: אױ װײ‎) or oy vey ist mir is a Yiddish phrase expressing dismay or exasperation. Also spelled oy vay, oy veh, or oi vey, and often abbreviated to oy, the expression may be translated as, "oh, woe!" or "woe is me!" Its Hebrew equivalent is oy vavoy (אוי ואבוי, ój waävój).[1][2] Here we go.... Hang on to your hats boys and girls!!