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    meh, its the matrix, it'll all be fine once we are all wired up.
    best regards,
    mr fr0g MMOA honorary predator
    STRENGTH - HONOR - HEART
    that's my take on it your mileage may vary.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Katweezel View Post
    You might be right...
    How so? The graph stats would indicate that there is "over" population.
    Didn't you read the 1968 Paul Ehrlich's classic Population Bomb?
    "The dogs bark but the caravan moves on."
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    “Truth, like gold, is obtained not by growth, but by washing away all that is not gold.” — Leo Tolstoy........
    "Is everything a conspiracy? No, just the important stuff." ZG

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    Last edited by SEOWEB; May 17th, 2013 at 05:40 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SEOWEB View Post
    Steve - Please de-index this thread, use the robot.txt

    I didn't think we would overcome any of his domains, and this is NOT what I wished to do, in any event.

    Game-over. zg
    "The dogs bark but the caravan moves on."
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    “Truth, like gold, is obtained not by growth, but by washing away all that is not gold.” — Leo Tolstoy........
    "Is everything a conspiracy? No, just the important stuff." ZG

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katweezel View Post
    if

    A rural life sounds great. Most of us live in big cities and many would like what you have. But these days, if you still have a job, it's not easy saving up and down payment on a small farm somewhere... then there is an income when you get there. Some of us managed to do it. So how did you do it, Mac?
    Mac growed up on a farm, he knows how to do it. i grew up with a farm in my suburban back yard, so i dreamed of what it would be like to live on one. also had one generation back in time of family who lived rurally.
    i tried it, had a 20 acre hillside farm, raised tobacco, corn, hay, a few cattle, chickens and veggies for a farmers market, sorta thing. only made it for eight years, working the farm and working in the city. it was just to tough a gig for me to bring in the kind of money needed to properly keep the place up, unfortunately. finally decided to give it up, but i wouldn't trade the experience for anything, learned one heck of a lot and had a load of fun. was a beautiful place, creek, woods with wildlife, hills, fields and barns and farm equipment and neat ole farm house.
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    best regards,
    mr fr0g MMOA honorary predator
    STRENGTH - HONOR - HEART
    that's my take on it your mileage may vary.
    for senior citizen fuzzy count click link:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DrTiP4ZIUfI

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    Quote Originally Posted by sagefr0g View Post
    had a load of fun. was a beautiful place, creek, woods with wildlife, hills, fields and barns and farm equipment and neat ole farm house...
    "... and when the sun's comin up ya got cakes on the griddle, life's a funny funny riddle ..."

    Hee haw, yee haw and all that jazz!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sagefr0g View Post
    Mac growed up on a farm, he knows how to do it. i grew up with a farm in my suburban back yard, so i dreamed of what it would be like to live on one. also had one generation back in time of family who lived rurally.
    i tried it, had a 20 acre hillside farm, raised tobacco, corn, hay, a few cattle, chickens and veggies for a farmers market, sorta thing. only made it for eight years, working the farm and working in the city. it was just to tough a gig for me to bring in the kind of money needed to properly keep the place up, unfortunately. finally decided to give it up, but i wouldn't trade the experience for anything, learned one heck of a lot and had a load of fun. was a beautiful place, creek, woods with wildlife, hills, fields and barns and farm equipment and neat ole farm house.
    I had a feelin you had a touch of the farmer in you, Sage. Was it a frog farm? ''
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    Dogma schmogma

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    Dogma schmogma

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katweezel View Post
    Young Mac's applied mechanics on the farm.
    "The dogs bark but the caravan moves on."
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    "Is everything a conspiracy? No, just the important stuff." ZG

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    Quote Originally Posted by zengrifter View Post
    Steve - Please de-index this thread, use the robot.txt

    I didn't think we would overcome any of his domains, and this is NOT what I wished to do, in any event.

    Game-over. zg
    So the "absurd war" is over??

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    Quote Originally Posted by DDutton View Post
    So the "absurd war" is over??
    Thank the lord...
    Dogma schmogma

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katweezel View Post
    Thank the lord...
    We was in a war? I missed it ? That dam donkey was fast, I just got back here.

    Mac
    So look buddy it's nothing personal, but either your the unluckiest person in the world or your stealing from me. Either way............ I WANT NO PART OF YOU!!!!!! NEVER!!!!

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    Default WTH does Norm have up his sleeve now?

    What is he up to?

    http://www.blackjacktheforum.com/sho...3635#post43635
    This site has been #1 in Google for Blackjack Forum for about six months. I think this confers upon us a responsibility. I would like to find a way to use the site to educate more non-advantage players. Not necessarily to become APs. Not to put them down for not wanting an advantage. There is absolutely nothing wrong with wanting to play cards on an occasional vacation. Just to protect themselves against absurd rule, mechanistic, and other procedures designed to grossly reduce the odds. Basically, to avoid CSMs, H17, 6:5, et. al. Of course, I am not saying this because it would help us. Suggestions?
    Last edited by zengrifter; May 21st, 2013 at 01:33 AM. Reason: added text
    So look buddy it's nothing personal, but either your the unluckiest person in the world or your stealing from me. Either way............ I WANT NO PART OF YOU!!!!!! NEVER!!!!

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    Seems fine to me? What are your thoughts?
    "The dogs bark but the caravan moves on."
    .....................The Zengrifter Interview (PDF) |
    The Zengrifter / James Grosjean Reputation Debate
    -----------------------------------------
    “Truth, like gold, is obtained not by growth, but by washing away all that is not gold.” — Leo Tolstoy........
    "Is everything a conspiracy? No, just the important stuff." ZG

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    Quote Originally Posted by DDutton View Post
    So the "absurd war" is over??
    Norm's words. It was actually just "failure to communicate."
    Yes, over - this thread is being de-indexed, which means that Norm will get his "natural" rankings back for Norman Wattenberger.
    "The dogs bark but the caravan moves on."
    .....................The Zengrifter Interview (PDF) |
    The Zengrifter / James Grosjean Reputation Debate
    -----------------------------------------
    “Truth, like gold, is obtained not by growth, but by washing away all that is not gold.” — Leo Tolstoy........
    "Is everything a conspiracy? No, just the important stuff." ZG

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