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Re: my resume for MPM (Krampusnacht)HodlUpHodlUpWait  12/17/17
Re: Gave away 500 business cards as a white elephant gift (CSLG)calishitlawguru  12/17/17
Re: My 2017 MPM ranking in order so farA Charlie Brown Christmas  12/17/17
Re: Your divorce lawyer rubbing his forehead as you explain nigger threadsImanageCat  12/17/17
Re: Take a shit now, or waiting till later? (Luis)ImanageCat  12/17/17
Re: In nine days (approximately my tenth anniversary here) I will leaveSyrian Sea Foam Fuck Slug  12/17/17
Re: White woman in Arkansas tells Mexican woman to go back to Mexicotedcruztp  12/17/17
Re: Would you write "statement of principles" affirming commitment to diversity andHodlUpHodlUpWait  12/17/17
Re: District 0XJeromulus  12/17/17
Re: DACA! DACA! GIMME THE NEWS! I GOT A BAD CASE OF OPEN-BORDERS JEWS!\"\"\'\'\"\'\"\'\"\'  12/17/17
Re: my resume for MPM (Krampusnacht)Krampusnacht  12/17/17
Re: Take a shit now, or waiting till later? (Luis)luis navidad  12/17/17
Re: Would you write "statement of principles" affirming commitment to diversity andLJL at wagecucks  12/17/17
Re: Feral hog: Locates delicious truffles in woods. ur gf: Eats 20 Lindt truffles\"\"\'\'\"\'\"\'\"\'  12/17/17
Re: Would you write "statement of principles" affirming commitment to diversity andLJL at wagecucks  12/17/17
Re: RATE the craziness of this chick after one date (texts)a very jmaw mpm2k17  12/17/17
Re: DACA kids will cost US taxpayer 26 BILLION; DACA kids pay 0.9 billion of thatSilent Coup  12/17/17
Re: White woman in Arkansas tells Mexican woman to go back to Mexicotedcruztp  12/17/17
Re: had terrifying dream where Cervantes came to XO and skewered IFNB poastersKrampusnacht  12/17/17
Re: got thrown out of midnight basketball for calling out plays in frenchJeromulus  12/17/17
Re: Would you write "statement of principles" affirming commitment to diversity andHodlUpHodlUpWait  12/17/17
Re: Would you write "statement of principles" affirming commitment to diversity andThe Man on the Street  12/17/17
Re: DACA! DACA! GIMME THE NEWS! I GOT A BAD CASE OF OPEN-BORDERS JEWS!Silent Coup  12/17/17
Re: used 2 think olds who care about college sports wer 120. now realize they're 180Ciroc Obama  12/17/17
Re: DACA! DACA! GIMME THE NEWS! I GOT A BAD CASE OF OPEN-BORDERS JEWS!The Man on the Street  12/17/17
Re: OH GOD I ATE TOO MUCH TACO BELLFrom a Bloomington Bathhouse on the Hill  12/17/17
Re: ***OFFICIAL MEGAPOASTER MADNESS 2017 #MPM2017 NOMINATION THREAD***\"\"\'\'\"\'\"\'\"\'  12/17/17
Re: Would you write "statement of principles" affirming commitment to diversity andChaucer  12/17/17
Re: /*\/*\/*\/*\ PENTAGON Admits Aliens Exist & To Video Evidence /*\/*\/*\/*\/*\Jeromulus  12/17/17
Re: got thrown out of midnight basketball for calling out plays in frenchChaucer  12/17/17
Re: used 2 think olds who care about college sports wer 120. now realize they're 180LJL at wagecucks  12/17/17
Re: CR to get bidet for ass stimulation under guise of "cleanliness?" (xo 2017)Chaucer  12/17/17
Re: DACA kids will cost US taxpayer 26 BILLION; DACA kids pay 0.9 billion of thatThe Man on the Street  12/17/17
Re: rate this millennial "male":LJL at wagecucks  12/17/17
Re: used 2 think olds who care about college sports wer 120. now realize they're 180Chaucer  12/17/17
Re: OH GOD I ATE TOO MUCH TACO BELLA Charlie Brown Christmas  12/17/17
Re: DACA kids will cost US taxpayer 26 BILLION; DACA kids pay 0.9 billion of thatBuck \"The Club\" Paulette  12/17/17
Re: rate this millennial "male":LJL at wagecucks  12/17/17
Re: LIFEHACK: scam the fuck out of Amazon prime returns;;;\'\'\'...,,,  12/17/17
Re: In nine days (approximately my tenth anniversary here) I will leaveA Charlie Brown Christmas  12/17/17
Re: LIFEHACK: scam the fuck out of Amazon prime returnsPoast Malone  12/17/17
Re: In nine days (approximately my tenth anniversary here) I will leaveSyrian Sea Foam Fuck Slug  12/17/17
Re: OH GOD I ATE TOO MUCH TACO BELLaide de camp  12/17/17
Re: In nine days (approximately my tenth anniversary here) I will leaveSyrian Sea Foam Fuck Slug  12/17/17
Re: Bidets are Shitlib Flamealzabo  12/17/17
Re: used 2 think olds who care about college sports wer 120. now realize they're 180Ciroc Obama  12/17/17
Re: ***OFFICIAL MEGAPOASTER MADNESS 2017 #MPM2017 NOMINATION THREAD***A Charlie Brown Christmas  12/17/17
Re: Just got caught using the "rock in a box" trick and got banned from Amazon PrimeSyrian Sea Foam Fuck Slug  12/17/17
Re: Should I buy a low cost bidet attachment for toilet?alzabo  12/17/17
Re: rate this millennial "male":weird blob of shit from another dimension  12/17/17
Re: got thrown out of midnight basketball for calling out plays in frenchThe Man on the Street  12/17/17
Re: "Your Dad just doesn't get French culture" the bidet explained to your sonalzabo  12/17/17
Re: RATE the craziness of this chick after one date (texts)Dick Trickle, RIP  12/17/17
Re: r/dataisbeautiful now has network analysis of poasters connected by blank bumpsA Charlie Brown Christmas  12/17/17
Re: End of "Operation Daybreak" movie - video,.,.,.,.,,,,,.,,,.,.,...,,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.  12/17/17
Re: "When I burp, you can smell the last guy that fucked my face" (bloodacre).....,....,.........,..............,..............  12/17/17
Re: Would you write "statement of principles" affirming commitment to diversity andLJL at wagecucks  12/17/17
Re: r/dataisbeautiful now has network analysis of poasters connected by blank bumpsJust wants a hug.  12/17/17
Re: RATE the craziness of this chick after one date (texts)LJL at wagecucks  12/17/17
Re: Just got caught using the "rock in a box" trick and got banned from Amazon PrimeJust wants a hug.  12/17/17
Re: RATE the craziness of this chick after one date (texts)metaphysique  12/17/17
Re: Just farted into an empty glass and then "drank" it (LathamTouchedMe)boxers  12/17/17
Re: ***OFFICIAL MEGAPOASTER MADNESS 2017 #MPM2017 NOMINATION THREAD***NiggerFaggot  12/17/17
Re: RATE the craziness of this chick after one date (texts)LJL at wagecucks  12/17/17
Re: DACA kids will cost US taxpayer 26 BILLION; DACA kids pay 0.9 billion of thatHodlUpHodlUpWait  12/17/17
Re: DACA kids will cost US taxpayer 26 BILLION; DACA kids pay 0.9 billion of thatboxers  12/17/17
Re: RATE the craziness of this chick after one date (texts)metaphysique  12/17/17
Re: DACA kids will cost US taxpayer 26 BILLION; DACA kids pay 0.9 billion of thatLJL at wagecucks  12/17/17
Re: RATE the craziness of this chick after one date (texts)LJL at wagecucks  12/17/17
Re: DACA kids will cost US taxpayer 26 BILLION; DACA kids pay 0.9 billion of thatThe URBAN MAYER 8-4 JUGGERNAUT  12/17/17
Re: I actually really enjoyed The Last Jedi. Fight me..........,,,,,....,,,,......... (Retiring)  12/17/17
Re: Lol @ dating fat American women when you could just have sex with feral hogsThe URBAN MAYER 8-4 JUGGERNAUT  12/17/17
Re: I actually really enjoyed The Last Jedi. Fight me.Krampusnacht  12/17/17
Re: RATE the craziness of this chick after one date (texts)HodlUpHodlUpWait  12/17/17
Re: ***OFFICIAL MEGAPOASTER MADNESS 2017 #MPM2017 NOMINATION THREAD***duke (retired)  12/17/17
Re: RATE the craziness of this chick after one date (texts)metaphysique  12/17/17
Re: Lol @ dating fat American women when you could just have sex with feral hogsinvite only sex orgy at a Manhattan loft  12/17/17
Re: RATE the craziness of this chick after one date (texts)metaphysique  12/17/17
Re: ***OFFICIAL MEGAPOASTER MADNESS 2017 #MPM2017 NOMINATION THREAD***HodlUpHodlUpWait  12/17/17
Re: I idolize Sean McVayThe harpoon that nailed Hizzla  12/17/17
Re: DACA kids will cost US taxpayer 26 BILLION; DACA kids pay 0.9 billion of thatMetal Up Your Ass, D.A.  12/17/17
Re: RATE the craziness of this chick after one date (texts)you\'re the Bannon  12/17/17
Re: I actually really enjoyed The Last Jedi. Fight me.boxers  12/17/17
Re: skoal_pig is so 180 it's insaneinvite only sex orgy at a Manhattan loft  12/17/17
Re: ***OFFICIAL MEGAPOASTER MADNESS 2017 #MPM2017 NOMINATION THREAD***stable of alts  12/17/17
Re: skoal_pig is so 180 it's insaneHodlUpHodlUpWait  12/17/17
Re: This is a story of a girl who cried a river and drowned the whole worldWilbur Mercer, low income poaster  12/17/17
Re: Anyone else think the last generation Mustangs look better than current one?boxers  12/17/17
Re: RATE the craziness of this chick after one date (texts)A Charlie Brown Christmas  12/17/17
Re: RATE the craziness of this chick after one date (texts)metaphysique  12/17/17
Re: skoal_pig is so 180 it's insanevaginal neglect really is a flaw  12/17/17
Re: RATE the craziness of this chick after one date (texts)HodlUpHodlUpWait  12/17/17
Re: Just got caught using the "rock in a box" trick and got banned from Amazon PrimePoast modern  12/17/17
Re: RATE the craziness of this chick after one date (texts)vaginal neglect really is a flaw  12/17/17
Re: My neck, my back. My boipussy and my crack.Boipussy  12/17/17
Re: RATE the craziness of this chick after one date (texts)Poast modern  12/17/17
Re: Poll: Stay in and play BOTW or Go out and watch Star Wars by myself.........,,,,,....,,,,......... (Retiring)  12/17/17
Re: RATE the craziness of this chick after one date (texts)Jeromulus  12/17/17
Re: Official Billy Joe Saunders-David Lemieux threadFATCEPs  12/17/17
Re: Just got caught using the "rock in a box" trick and got banned from Amazon Primepickle  12/17/17
Re: 29 - that's the number of joeys I sucked off at 1 time (29 tp)vaginal neglect really is a flaw  12/17/17
Re: RATE the craziness of this chick after one date (texts)metaphysique  12/17/17
Re: Ian Flemng's James Bond novels are kind of boring at timesand when i started to squeeze the bar brother  12/17/17
Re: DACA kids will cost US taxpayer 26 BILLION; DACA kids pay 0.9 billion of thatA Charlie Brown Christmas  12/17/17
Re: Official Billy Joe Saunders-David Lemieux threadchandler (retired)  12/17/17
Re: ***OFFICIAL MEGAPOASTER MADNESS 2017 #MPM2017 NOMINATION THREAD***stable of alts  12/17/17
Re: This is a story of a girl who cried a river and drowned the whole worldCreams  12/17/17
Re: Wish me luck tonight holdupholdupHodlUpHodlUpWait  12/17/17
Re: DACA kids will cost US taxpayer 26 BILLION; DACA kids pay 0.9 billion of thatI want to be greedy for the United States.  12/17/17
Re: In nine days (approximately my tenth anniversary here) I will leaveCreams  12/17/17
Re: I actually really enjoyed The Last Jedi. Fight me.A Charlie Brown Christmas  12/17/17
Re: omarosa running her thick nigger lips over the ridge of your dickhead, cluckingkilla cam  12/17/17
Re: Wish me luck tonight holdupholdupHodlUpHodlUpWait  12/17/17
Re: OH GOD I ATE TOO MUCH TACO BELL;;;\'\'\'...,,,  12/17/17
Re: Ask yourself: Will it help me make more money? Will it help me get laid?a very jmaw mpm2k17  12/17/17
Re: Time to charge Obeezy and all libs with seditionThe harpoon that nailed Hizzla  12/17/17
Re: Official Billy Joe Saunders-David Lemieux threadkilla cam  12/17/17
Re: ITT: I rate you as a town in ARE countryJust wants a hug.  12/17/17
Re: OH GOD I ATE TOO MUCH TACO BELLCreams  12/17/17
Re: I idolize Sean McVayCiroc Obama  12/17/17
Re: Im afraid the shitlib wing of my firm is coming for me;;;\'\'\'...,,,  12/17/17
Re: omarosa running her thick nigger lips over the ridge of your dickhead, cluckingEmotionally & Physically Abusive Halford  12/17/17
Re: I actually really enjoyed The Last Jedi. Fight me.Krampusnacht  12/17/17
Re: My neck, my back. My boipussy and my crack.Creams  12/17/17
Re: Wish me luck tonight holdupholduproy moore  12/17/17
Re: Ian Flemng's James Bond novels are kind of boring at timesA Charlie Brown Christmas  12/17/17
Re: In nine days (approximately my tenth anniversary here) I will leave;;;\'\'\'...,,,  12/17/17
Re: Official Billy Joe Saunders-David Lemieux threadbloodacre roasting on an open fire  12/17/17
Re: Just got caught using the "rock in a box" trick and got banned from Amazon PrimePoast modern  12/17/17
Re: New film- What's going on with Anaheim?tedcruztp  12/17/17
Re: Just got caught using the "rock in a box" trick and got banned from Amazon Primechandler (retired)  12/17/17
Re: McSorley's Wonderful Saloon is a 180 New Yorker storyand when i started to squeeze the bar brother  12/17/17
Re: In nine days (approximately my tenth anniversary here) I will leaverapping about female sexual empowerment  12/17/17
Re: Ian Flemng's James Bond novels are kind of boring at timesA Charlie Brown Christmas  12/17/17
Re: In nine days (approximately my tenth anniversary here) I will leavekilla cam  12/17/17
Re: I actually really enjoyed The Last Jedi. Fight me.*A poaster\'s wounded pride*  12/17/17
Re: Just got caught using the "rock in a box" trick and got banned from Amazon Primepickle  12/17/17
Re: Ian Flemng's James Bond novels are kind of boring at timeshoniara  12/17/17
Re: Trump lawyer: Mueller improperly obtained transition documents in Russia probeA Charlie Brown Christmas  12/17/17
Re: I actually really enjoyed The Last Jedi. Fight me.donny  12/17/17
Re: Think about how much wealth poasters missed out on bc Rach segregated cryptoHodlUpHodlUpWait  12/17/17
Re: DACA kids will cost US taxpayer 26 BILLION; DACA kids pay 0.9 billion of thatpart of this kakistocracy  12/17/17
Re: Ask yourself: Will it help me make more money? Will it help me get laid?chandler (retired)  12/17/17
Re: Im afraid the shitlib wing of my firm is coming for me;;;\'\'\'...,,,  12/17/17
Re: I idolize Sean McVaychandler (retired)  12/17/17
Re: TopGolf is 1801891  12/17/17
Re: DACA kids will cost US taxpayer 26 BILLION; DACA kids pay 0.9 billion of that.;:..;:;.:.;.,,,.,.:,.;;,;;;..;,  12/17/17
Re: OH GOD I ATE TOO MUCH TACO BELLchandler (retired)  12/17/17
Re: This is a story of a girl who cried a river and drowned the whole world.;:..;:;.:.;.,,,.,.:,.;;,;;;..;,  12/17/17
Re: DACA kids will cost US taxpayer 26 BILLION; DACA kids pay 0.9 billion of thatGregor  12/17/17
Re: OH GOD I ATE TOO MUCH TACO BELLaide de camp  12/17/17
Re: I have a tendency to always buy ETH/LTC at their ATHs.;:..;:;.:.;.,,,.,.:,.;;,;;;..;,  12/17/17
Re: LIFEHACK: scam the fuck out of Amazon prime returnsand when i started to squeeze the bar brother  12/17/17
Re: ITT: I rate you as a town in ARE countryRefunkulus  12/17/17
Re: OH GOD I ATE TOO MUCH TACO BELLkryptopig  12/17/17
Re: Ask yourself: Will it help me make more money? Will it help me get laid?Krampusnacht  12/17/17
Re: At what age is it acceptable to do drugs againPoast modern  12/17/17
Re: OH GOD I ATE TOO MUCH TACO BELLand when i started to squeeze the bar brother  12/17/17
Re: Ask yourself: Will it help me make more money? Will it help me get laid?chandler (retired)  12/17/17
Re: Trump lawyer: Mueller improperly obtained transition documents in Russia probeThe harpoon that nailed Hizzla  12/17/17
Re: Ask yourself: Will it help me make more money? Will it help me get laid?Memorandum of T&A  12/17/17
Re: Ask yourself: Will it help me make more money? Will it help me get laid?CHARLES DIGITAL  12/17/17
Re: ITT: I rate you as a town in ARE countrychandler (retired)  12/17/17
Re: In nine days (approximately my tenth anniversary here) I will leaveKrampusnacht  12/17/17
Re: ETH: Good thing I didn't pull trigger on $30k investmentRefunkulus  12/17/17
Re: Ask yourself: Will it help me make more money? Will it help me get laid?Poast modern  12/17/17
Re: I actually really enjoyed The Last Jedi. Fight me.Krampusnacht  12/17/17
Re: In nine days (approximately my tenth anniversary here) I will leave,.,...,..,.,.,;:,.:,.,.,::,..,..,:,.,.:.:.,:.::,.  12/17/17
Re: I actually really enjoyed The Last Jedi. Fight me.Krampusnacht  12/17/17
Re: Im afraid the shitlib wing of my firm is coming for me,.,...,..,.,.,;:,.:,.,.,::,..,..,:,.,.:.:.,:.::,.  12/17/17
Re: At what age is it acceptable to do drugs againa very jmaw mpm2k17  12/17/17
Re: OH GOD I ATE TOO MUCH TACO BELLchandler (retired)  12/17/17
Re: In nine days (approximately my tenth anniversary here) I will leavechandler (retired)  12/17/17
Re: At what age is it acceptable to do drugs againDonald Trump is a good president  12/17/17
Re: Ian Flemng's James Bond novels are kind of boring at times.........,,,,,....,,,,......... (Retiring)  12/17/17
Re: In nine days (approximately my tenth anniversary here) I will leaveSyrian Sea Foam Fuck Slug  12/17/17
Re: ETH: Good thing I didn't pull trigger on $30k investmentHodlUpHodlUpWait  12/17/17
Re: OH GOD I ATE TOO MUCH TACO BELLCiroc Obama  12/17/17
Re: Ask yourself: Will it help me make more money? Will it help me get laid?chandler (retired)  12/17/17
Re: ITT: I rate you as a town in ARE countrySyrian Sea Foam Fuck Slug  12/17/17
Re: At what age is it acceptable to do drugs againDonald Trump is a good president  12/17/17
Re: ITT: I rate you as a town in ARE countryCOORS  12/17/17
Re: Trump lawyer: Mueller improperly obtained transition documents in Russia probeThe harpoon that nailed Hizzla  12/17/17
Re: Rate this teenager playing a metal cover of Moonlight Sonata 3rd mvtMetal Up Your Ass, D.A.  12/17/17
Re: At what age is it acceptable to do drugs againPoast modern  12/17/17
Re: I actually really enjoyed The Last Jedi. Fight me..........,,,,,....,,,,......... (Retiring)  12/17/17
Re: LIFEHACK: scam the fuck out of Amazon prime returns.,.:.:.,:,.,:,..:.:.,:...:,:,,.:.,.,:.::,  12/17/17
Re: LIFEHACK: scam the fuck out of Amazon prime returns.,.:.:.,:,.,:,..:.:.,:...:,:,,.:.,.,:.::,  12/17/17
Re: How did I end up with $20k of Litecoin? What a worthless coinWilbur Mercer, low income poaster  12/17/17
Re: I actually really enjoyed The Last Jedi. Fight me.donny  12/17/17
Re: LIFEHACK: scam the fuck out of Amazon prime returnsPoast Malone  12/17/17
Re: *feels vulnerable to any degree* *adrenaline starts dumping manically*Poast modern  12/17/17
Re: At what age is it acceptable to do drugs againDonald Trump is a good president  12/17/17
Re: *realize im IN a david lynch movie* *tries to do meditation* *fails*Poast modern  12/17/17
Re: I'm lead counsel on the Orinoco Flow matterWilbur Mercer, low income poaster  12/17/17
Re: Im afraid the shitlib wing of my firm is coming for me;;;\'\'\'...,,,  12/17/17
Re: Three angelic Celtic babes in white singing Orinco Flow with full orchestra.........,,;,;,;,,,............,,;,;;,.;.  12/17/17
Re: I'm lead counsel on the Orinoco Flow matterPoast Malone  12/17/17
Re: Ask yourself: Will it help me make more money? Will it help me get laid?rapping about female sexual empowerment  12/17/17
Re: Im afraid the shitlib wing of my firm is coming for meduncan_donuts  12/17/17
Re: Ask yourself: Will it help me make more money? Will it help me get laid?Memorandum of T&A  12/17/17
Re: How did I end up with $20k of Litecoin? What a worthless coinone hundred and eighty  12/17/17
Re: LIFEHACK: scam the fuck out of Amazon prime returnsand when i started to squeeze the bar brother  12/17/17
Re: Im afraid the shitlib wing of my firm is coming for meSilent Coup  12/17/17
Re: I actually really enjoyed The Last Jedi. Fight me.Krampusnacht  12/17/17
Re: Im afraid the shitlib wing of my firm is coming for meSilent Coup  12/17/17
Re: Your divorce lawyer rubbing his forehead as you explain nigger threadsduncan_donuts  12/17/17
Re: I'm lead counsel on the Orinoco Flow matterchandler (retired)  12/17/17
Re: Your divorce lawyer rubbing his forehead as you explain nigger threadsA Charlie Brown Christmas  12/17/17
Re: Mo Brooks announces he has "high-risk" prostate cancerSilent Coup  12/17/17
Re: Lets list things we are grateful aboutDriving back in silence from retirement home  12/17/17
Re: I'm lead counsel on the Orinoco Flow matterPoast Malone  12/17/17
Re: Im afraid the shitlib wing of my firm is coming for me,.,...,..,.,.,;:,.:,.,.,::,..,..,:,.,.:.:.,:.::,.  12/17/17
Re: I actually really enjoyed The Last Jedi. Fight me.creep of credentialism  12/17/17
Re: Just bought 1 BTC worth of XVGRefunkulus  12/17/17
Re: impossible to search for enya threads, thanks obamaSyrian Sea Foam Fuck Slug  12/17/17
Re: Im afraid the shitlib wing of my firm is coming for me,.,...,..,.,.,;:,.:,.,.,::,..,..,:,.,.:.:.,:.::,.  12/17/17
Re: So 29tp went to buy a pack of cigarettes, right?locrian mode  12/17/17
Re: impossible to search for enya threads, thanks obamacreep of credentialism  12/17/17
Re: Im afraid the shitlib wing of my firm is coming for me,.,...,..,.,.,;:,.:,.,.,::,..,..,:,.,.:.:.,:.::,.  12/17/17
Re: anyone remember Orinoco flow forcememeing?chandler (retired)  12/17/17
Re: impossible to search for enya threads, thanks obamaalzabo  12/17/17
Re: Hispanics are the 2nd largest group in USA. Thank god it's not niggers/arabs/indrapping about female sexual empowerment  12/17/17
Re: ORINOCO FLOW!!!chandler (retired)  12/17/17
Re: Enya - Orinoco Flow.mp3chandler (retired)  12/17/17
Re: Justin Bieber covers Orinoco Flow by Enyachandler (retired)  12/16/17
Re: I'm lead counsel on the Orinoco Flow matterchandler (retired)  12/16/17
Re: Official Billy Joe Saunders-David Lemieux threadProtect Yourself At All Times  12/16/17
Re: Glad to see Orinoco Flow forcememing is backchandler (retired)  12/16/17
Re: Your divorce lawyer rubbing his forehead as you explain nigger threadsDonald Trump is a good president  12/16/17
Re: Retiring the Orinoco flow forcememechandler (retired)  12/16/17
Re: Im afraid the shitlib wing of my firm is coming for me;;;\'\'\'...,,,  12/16/17
Re: Went to doctors for a checkup, he said I have "Orinoco Flow"chandler (retired)  12/16/17
Re: impossible to search for enya threads, thanks obama,.,...,..,.,.,;:,.:,.,.,::,..,..,:,.,.:.:.,:.::,.  12/16/17
Re: Hispanics are the 2nd largest group in USA. Thank god it's not niggers/arabs/indtedcruztp  12/16/17
Re: bar brother taking Q's on life, law,letters, minnesota, bbws & much morealzabo  12/16/17
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Re: Normies love whole numbersSilent Coup  12/16/17
Re: imagine how weird looking and vile smelling Mindy Kaling's snatch islocrian mode  12/16/17
Re: impossible to search for enya threads, thanks obamacreep of credentialism  12/16/17
Re: Your divorce lawyer rubbing his forehead as you explain nigger threadschandler (retired)  12/16/17
Re: Lets list things we are grateful aboutDonald Trump is a good president  12/16/17
Re: I still cant believe 95%+ of Americans dont do cryptoAlabama Wild Man  12/16/17
Re: bar brother taking Q's on life, law,letters, minnesota, bbws & much moreand when i started to squeeze the bar brother  12/16/17
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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:58 AM
Author: HodlUpHodlUpWait

Hmmmm
Hard to read after you just endorsed SJW Wars

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:58 AM
Author: calishitlawguru

Went to my friend's holiday party tonight and it was $20 for the white elephant. I bought 500 business cards on Vista print and wrapped them up. Person who opened it up loled and my cards ended up getting passed around to all 30 people at the party. Always hustling.

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:58 AM
Author: A Charlie Brown Christmas(@realcharliebrown)




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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:57 AM
Author: ImanageCat



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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:57 AM
Author: ImanageCat



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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:57 AM
Author: Syrian Sea Foam Fuck Slug

This sounds like prophecy

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:57 AM
Author: tedcruztp(Mexicans & whites unite against the kikes!)




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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:57 AM
Author: HodlUpHodlUpWait

?
Whatsup

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:57 AM
Author: Jeromulus



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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:57 AM
Author: \"\"\'\'\"\'\"\'\"\'

(idiot)

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:57 AM
Author: Krampusnacht

Rating poasters as alternative timestreams
http://xoxohth.com/thread.php?thread_id=3809876&mc=131&forum_id=2

TREATY OF BREEZEWOOD - XO lot lizards divide territory
http://xoxohth.com/thread.php?thread_id=3785815&mc=101&forum_id=2

ITT: I make up hypothetical cryptocurrencies. ACP tells me if he'd invest.
http://xoxohth.com/thread.php?thread_id=3829235&mc=38&forum_id=2

I pwned some chick at work who made fun of my corduroy jacket
http://xoxohth.com/thread.php?thread_id=3826528&mc=23&forum_id=2

ITT: I make up hypothetical girls. CharlesXII says if he'd date them.
http://xoxohth.com/thread.php?thread_id=3747137&mc=129&forum_id=2

It's amazing how more PROFESSIONAL doobs is than peterman
http://xoxohth.com/thread.php?thread_id=3821953&mc=31&forum_id=2

I describe two men. You pick the one you'd prefer as a father in law.
http://xoxohth.com/thread.php?thread_id=3807378&mc=172&forum_id=2

It's important to understand that doobs, Peterman serve different truckers
http://xoxohth.com/thread.php?thread_id=3691247&mc=60&forum_id=2

LJL at CONECUCKS eating ice cream from a waffle penis
http://xoxohth.com/thread.php?thread_id=3736445&mc=57&forum_id=2

ITT I review the Wendy's Spicy Chicken Sandwich
http://xoxohth.com/thread.php?thread_id=3540305&mc=87&forum_id=2

ITT: I review Long John Silver's fish sandwich
http://xoxohth.com/thread.php?thread_id=3722350&mc=46&forum_id=2

ITT I review the Burger King Jalapeno Chicken Fries
http://xoxohth.com/thread.php?thread_id=3549139&mc=37&forum_id=2

Call the police...I just ROBBED Boston Market with a 2-for-1 coupon!
http://xoxohth.com/thread.php?thread_id=3556894&mc=81&forum_id=2

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:56 AM
Author: luis navidad(luis)




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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:56 AM
Author: LJL at wagecucks(All poasts are performance art )


Twist: you will get audited and probably disbarred if you don't

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:55 AM
Author: \"\"\'\'\"\'\"\'\"\'



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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:55 AM
Author: LJL at wagecucks(All poasts are performance art )


Don't do it breh

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:55 AM
Author: a very jmaw mpm2k17(bang bang & I hit it w impeccable aim)




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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:54 AM
Author: Silent Coup



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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:54 AM
Author: tedcruztp(Mexicans & whites unite against the kikes!)




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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:54 AM
Author: Krampusnacht



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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:53 AM
Author: Jeromulus



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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:53 AM
Author: HodlUpHodlUpWait

What a coincidence, doing that right now

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:53 AM
Author: The Man on the Street

i don't believe i would

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:53 AM
Author: Silent Coup



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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:53 AM
Author: Ciroc Obama

(person who hates fun)

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:53 AM
Author: The Man on the Street



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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:53 AM
Author: From a Bloomington Bathhouse on the Hill(height bort first poaster)


180

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:52 AM
Author: \"\"\'\'\"\'\"\'\"\'

lmao what a disaster this is shaping up to be

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:52 AM
Author: Chaucer

lol no

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:52 AM
Author: Jeromulus

Not all the videos have been released yet but the pentagon just acknowledged they exist and that there are multiple videos of the UFOs. Wapo buries the lede.

Here are two of the videos:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tf1uLwUTDA0

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6rWOtrke0HY

Head of Pentagon’s secret ‘UFO’ office sought to make evidence public

Just before leaving his Defense Department job two months ago, intelligence officer Luis Elizondo quietly arranged to secure the release of three of the most unusual videos in the Pentagon’s secret vaults: raw footage from encounters between fighter jets and “anomalous aerial vehicles” — military jargon for UFOs.

The videos, all taken from cockpit cameras, show pilots struggling to lock their radars on oval-shaped vessels that, on screen, look vaguely like giant flying Tic Tacs. The strange aircraft — no claims are made about their possible origins or makeup — appear to hover briefly before sprinting away at speeds that elicit gasps and shouts from the pilots.

Elizondo, in an internal Pentagon memo requesting that the videos be cleared for public viewing, argued that the images could help educate pilots and improve aviation safety. But in interviews, he said his ultimate intention was to shed light on a little-known program Elizondo himself ran for seven years: a low-key Defense Department operation to collect and analyze reported UFO sightings.


The existence of the program, known as the Advanced Aviation Threat Identification Program, was confirmed officially for the first time Saturday by a Pentagon spokesman. The acknowledgment came in response to media inquiries, which were generated in part by a start-up company Elizondo has joined since retirement. The private company specializes in promoting UFO research for scientific and entertainment purposes.

Current and former Pentagon officials confirm that the Pentagon program has been in existence since 2007 and was formed for the purpose of collecting and analyzing a wide range of “anomalous aerospace threats” ranging from advanced aircraft fielded by traditional U.S. adversaries to commercial drones to possible alien encounters. It is a rare instance of ongoing government investigations into a UFO phenomenon that was the subject of multiple official inquiries in the 1950s and 1960s.

[Do we really want to know if we’re not alone in the universe?]

Spending for the program totaled at least $22 million, according to former Pentagon officials and documents seen by The Washington Post, but the funding officially ended in 2012. “It was determined that there were other, higher priority issues that merited funding and it was in the best interest of the DOD to make a change,” Pentagon spokesman Tom Crosson explained in a statement.

But officials familiar with the initiative say the collection effort continued as recently as last month. The program operated jointly out of the Pentagon and, at least for a time, an underground complex in Las Vegas managed by Bigelow Aerospace, a defense contractor that builds modules for space stations. It generated at least one report, a 490-page volume that describes alleged UFO sightings in the United States and numerous foreign countries over multiple decades.

Neither the Pentagon nor any of the program’s managers have claimed conclusive proof of extraterrestrial visitors, but Elizondo, citing accounts and data collected by his office over a decade, argues that the videos and other evidence failed to generate the kind of high-level attention he believes is warranted. As part of his decision to leave the Pentagon, he not only sought the release of videos but also penned a letter to Defense Secretary Jim Mattis complaining that a potential security threat was being ignored.

[No, we haven’t discovered alien megastructures around a distant star]

“Despite overwhelming evidence at both the classified and unclassified levels, certain individuals in the [Defense] Department remain staunchly opposed to further research on what could be a tactical threat to our pilots, sailors and soldiers, and perhaps even an existential threat to our national security,” Elizondo said in the letter, a copy of which was provided to The Post.

The first public revelations of the program came in a video conference aired in October by To the Stars Academy of Arts and Sciences, the firm Elizondo joined as a consultant after retiring from his Pentagon job. The New York Times and Politico reported the existence of the program on their websites Saturday. The Washington Post conducted several confidential interviews over two months with Elizondo and Christopher Mellon, a former deputy assistant secretary of defense for intelligence who also is an officer of the private firm.

Documents provided by the former officials included letters of support by former Senate majority leader Harry M. Reid (D-Nev.), a key backer of the initiative who helped secure funding for the program and sought to ensure a high degree of secrecy. Elizondo said knowledge of the program was limited, even within the Pentagon itself. He said the program had multiple enemies at senior levels of the department, from officials who were either skeptical or ideologically opposed to AATIP’s mission.

“I was honored to serve at the DOD and took my mission of exploring unexplained aerial phenomena quite seriously,” Elizondo said. “In the end, however, I couldn’t carry out that mission, because the department — which was understandably overstretched — couldn’t give it the resources that the mounting evidence deserved.”

It is difficult to draw conclusions about the nature of the unidentified vessels from the videos alone. Experts generally urged caution, explaining that reported UFO sightings often turn out of have innocuous explanations.

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A retired Navy pilot contacted by The Post who was involved in a 2004 encounter depicted in one of the videos confirmed that the images accurately reflected his recollection of the events. The pilot would only speak on the condition of anonymity.

Elizondo, a 22-year veteran of the department who has held top security clearance and worked on secret counterintelligence missions, said he chose to join the private venture because he believed it was the best way to continue the work he was unable to complete as a government employee.

“I left to find an environment where investigating these phenomena is priority number one,” he said.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-security/head-of-pentagons-secret-ufo-office-sought-to-make-evidence-public/2017/12/16/90bcb7cc-e2b2-11e7-8679-a9728984779c_story.html?utm_term=.10bb90333a27

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:52 AM
Author: Chaucer



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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:52 AM
Author: LJL at wagecucks(All poasts are performance art )


Colleges need to be disbanded and the "professors" and admins hanged

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:52 AM
Author: Chaucer



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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:51 AM
Author: The Man on the Street

Trump wants them LEGALIZED

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:51 AM
Author: LJL at wagecucks(All poasts are performance art )


Not flame have a 19 year old sloot that wants to do shit like this with me. Should I bros?

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:51 AM
Author: Chaucer

no, ur just 120 now

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:50 AM
Author: A Charlie Brown Christmas(@realcharliebrown)


that Grade D meat

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:49 AM
Author: Buck \"The Club\" Paulette



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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:49 AM
Author: LJL at wagecucks(All poasts are performance art )


Dat MDLB tip

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:49 AM
Author: ;;;\'\'\'...,,,

I had a roommate that bought a shrink wrap machine so he could buy stufff, change it out with worthless bullshit, shrink wrap it, and return it. Most 180 was when he got some super expensive workout supplements, refilled the canister with the cheapest bargain bag of sugar, wrapped it, and returned it. Some poor fuck got some creatine to get big and instead ate sugar by the spoonful.

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:48 AM
Author: A Charlie Brown Christmas(@realcharliebrown)




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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:48 AM
Author: Poast Malone

Cr.

(happy, chill, carefree guy poasting about ecommerce on a Saturday night)

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:48 AM
Author: Syrian Sea Foam Fuck Slug

is it your longest commitment?

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:48 AM
Author: aide de camp

take a chinese history class doofus

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:48 AM
Author: Syrian Sea Foam Fuck Slug



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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:48 AM
Author: alzabo



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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:48 AM
Author: Ciroc Obama



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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:47 AM
Author: A Charlie Brown Christmas(@realcharliebrown)


rachmiel

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:47 AM
Author: Syrian Sea Foam Fuck Slug

:(

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:47 AM
Author: alzabo



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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:47 AM
Author: weird blob of shit from another dimension(that has telepathic powers)




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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:47 AM
Author: The Man on the Street



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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:46 AM
Author: alzabo



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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:46 AM
Author: Dick Trickle, RIP



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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:46 AM
Author: A Charlie Brown Christmas(@realcharliebrown)


I blank bump a lot, am I Patient Zero?

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:45 AM
Author: ,.,.,.,.,,,,,.,,,.,.,...,,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.

About the Czech commandos who assassinated Reynhard Heydrich. These dudes were baddasses- 700 SS surrounded this church where they were hiding out, but they killed a bunch of them so they just ended up trying to drown them out.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v5YVAqwC5UU&t=2m25s


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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:45 AM
Author: .....,....,.........,..............,..............



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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:45 AM
Author: LJL at wagecucks(All poasts are performance art )


Equality?

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:45 AM
Author: Just wants a hug.



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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:44 AM
Author: LJL at wagecucks(All poasts are performance art )


Enjoy your grids bro

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:44 AM
Author: Just wants a hug.

Yeah, you needed a playstation shaped rock for that.

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:43 AM
Author: metaphysique

not dating her
black chicks are great in bed though IME. They give insane head. Probably practice on BBCs a lot

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:43 AM
Author: boxers



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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:42 AM
Author: NiggerFaggot



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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:41 AM
Author: LJL at wagecucks(All poasts are performance art )


Ljl at talking to let alone dating a black just lol

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:41 AM
Author: HodlUpHodlUpWait

*wide-eyed bigot thinking h8 thoughts puts his calculator away*

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:40 AM
Author: boxers

TAKE THEY'RE COATS

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:40 AM
Author: metaphysique

twist: she's not azn, she's actually BLACK. Does this make it more interesting for you? taking abuse.

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:39 AM
Author: LJL at wagecucks(All poasts are performance art )


You can't put a price on diversity

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:38 AM
Author: LJL at wagecucks(All poasts are performance art )


Cliffs: aspie op goes on date with azn 4

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:38 AM
Author: The URBAN MAYER 8-4 JUGGERNAUT



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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:37 AM
Author: .........,,,,,....,,,,......... (Retiring)

You don't know how to search on wikipedia? Idiot...

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:37 AM
Author: The URBAN MAYER 8-4 JUGGERNAUT



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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:37 AM
Author: Krampusnacht

what would you like spoiled? There's a lot of shit that happens.

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:37 AM
Author: HodlUpHodlUpWait



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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:36 AM
Author: duke (retired)

skoal_pig

"colt"

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:36 AM
Author: metaphysique

sorry bro
it's a slow saturday for me, just going with whatever content I've got

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:35 AM
Author: invite only sex orgy at a Manhattan loft



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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:35 AM
Author: metaphysique

why not just block her?
seems like a lot less trouble
she doesn't have any of my social media either (doesn't know my last name)

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:35 AM
Author: HodlUpHodlUpWait



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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:35 AM
Author: The harpoon that nailed Hizzla

Timothy*

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:35 AM
Author: Metal Up Your Ass, D.A.

i don't know where i stand in comparison with most americans or even trumpmos on xo, but if these so-called "DACA" people are given a free pass, i'm going to be violently pissed off.

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:35 AM
Author: you\'re the Bannon

nothing about this was interesting

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:34 AM
Author: boxers

can someone spoil the ending for me? I don't want to pay $ to see it

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:34 AM
Author: invite only sex orgy at a Manhattan loft

(sexually satisfied feral hog)

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:34 AM
Author: stable of alts



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Author: HodlUpHodlUpWait



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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:34 AM
Author: Wilbur Mercer, low income poaster(Short Pride World Wide)


I went to the Taco Bell Cantina the day after thanksgiving and this video was playing on every screen

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:34 AM
Author: boxers



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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:34 AM
Author: A Charlie Brown Christmas(@realcharliebrown)


do her and then change your phone number

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:33 AM
Author: metaphysique

probably
I do not care at all
will never actually date this bitch

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:33 AM
Author: vaginal neglect really is a flaw



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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:33 AM
Author: HodlUpHodlUpWait

Punch her in the cunt
Don't even fuck her

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:33 AM
Author: Poast modern

This is 180

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:32 AM
Author: vaginal neglect really is a flaw

WOW THATS PRETTY CRAZY

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:32 AM
Author: Boipussy



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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:32 AM
Author: Poast modern

Edit see above

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:32 AM
Author: .........,,,,,....,,,,......... (Retiring)



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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:31 AM
Author: Jeromulus

She is literally getting dicked right now

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:31 AM
Author: FATCEPs

Haven't seen a white dude fight with this kinda soul since Tyson Fury. Canelo dies a good job of showcasing his slickness actually

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:31 AM
Author: pickle

I learned it from this thread: http://autoadmit.com/thread.php?thread_id=3793871&forum_id=2
Worked fine until I said I returned it because it had a rock in it. They knew it wasn't a PlayStation 4

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:31 AM
Author: vaginal neglect really is a flaw



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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:30 AM
Author: metaphysique

Not poasting pics of her because I'm not that proud of this one. Probably a 6 lol.
Anyway, here is the original thread from when I went out with her: http://www.xoxohth.com/thread.php?thread_id=3829561&mc=28&forum_id=2#34924746
Literally all we did was makeout.
Then she goes out of town for this weekend and gets drunk and starts talking to me like this: https://imgur.com/a/YWnvV
Context for first text was her asking if I "like" her like her, and I was basically like "eh that's a little fast"
should I still bang this chick or is she going to do something insane and life-pwn me?

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:30 AM
Author: and when i started to squeeze the bar brother(http://youtu.be/sqLsqHctThU)


i read casino royale and from russia with love in college and they were just ok

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:29 AM
Author: A Charlie Brown Christmas(@realcharliebrown)


lmao

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:29 AM
Author: chandler (retired)

Only saw the last 2 rounds, Lemieux was going for the knockout at least

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:29 AM
Author: stable of alts

nigger boi

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:29 AM
Author: Creams

ttt song

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:29 AM
Author: HodlUpHodlUpWait

Bleah

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:28 AM
Author: I want to be greedy for the United States.

At least $26 billion would be added to GDP hehe

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:28 AM
Author: Creams

Jfc I've been on this shitbort for more than 14 years probably

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:28 AM
Author: A Charlie Brown Christmas(@realcharliebrown)


credited

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:27 AM
Author: killa cam(ggtp)




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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:27 AM
Author: HodlUpHodlUpWait

Just FTA

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:26 AM
Author: ;;;\'\'\'...,,,

What did it cost? I’ve gorged myself there and never spent over $8

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:26 AM
Author: a very jmaw mpm2k17(bang bang & I hit it w impeccable aim)




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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:25 AM
Author: The harpoon that nailed Hizzla

Choo choo

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:25 AM
Author: killa cam(ggtp)


BJS embarrassed him

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:25 AM
Author: Just wants a hug.



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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:25 AM
Author: Creams

http://www.xoxohth.com/thread.php?thread_id=3730381&mc=46&forum_id=2

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:24 AM
Author: Ciroc Obama



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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:24 AM
Author: ;;;\'\'\'...,,,

You hiring bro?

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:24 AM
Author: Emotionally & Physically Abusive Halford((EpahTP))


Unghh

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:23 AM
Author: Krampusnacht

That was a shit scene, I'm not going to defend it, but it was pretty irrelevant to the overall plot and I forgot about it by the time the end of the movie came.

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:23 AM
Author: Creams



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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:23 AM
Author: roy moore(acp)


it's like you have to work up the energy to talk to one person

then ANOTHER person

then ANOTHER

jesus christ!

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:23 AM
Author: A Charlie Brown Christmas(@realcharliebrown)


they rushed out a sci-fi Bond after Star Wars , basically took the Moonraker title and not much else

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:23 AM
Author: ;;;\'\'\'...,,,

I’m probably about at year 10 too. Hi brother.

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:23 AM
Author: bloodacre roasting on an open fire

Passed out. Who won?

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Author: Poast modern



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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:22 AM
Author: chandler (retired)

What's that

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:22 AM
Author: and when i started to squeeze the bar brother(http://youtu.be/sqLsqHctThU)


McSorley’s occupies the ground floor of a red brick tenement at 15 Seventh Street, just off Cooper Square, where the Bowery ends. It was opened in 1854 and is the oldest saloon in the city. In eighty-six years it has had four owners—an Irish immigrant, his son, a retired policeman, and his daughter —and all of them have been opposed to change. It is equipped with electricity, but the bar is stubbornly illuminated with a pair of gas lamps, which flicker fitfully and throw shadows on the low, cobwebby ceiling each time someone opens the street door. There is no cash register. Coins are dropped in soup bowls—one for nickels, one for dimes, one for quarters, and one for halves—and bills are kept in a rosewood cashbox. It is a drowsy place; the bartenders never make a needless move, the customers nurse their mugs of ale, and the three clocks on the walls have not been in agreement for many years. The clientele is motley. It includes mechanics from the many garages in the neighborhood, salesmen from the restaurant-supply houses on Cooper Square, truck-drivers from Wanamakers’s, internes from Bellevue, students from Cooper Union, clerks from the row of secondhand bookshops north of Astor Place, and men with tiny pensions who live in hotels on the Bowery but are above drinking in the bars on that street. The backbone of the clientele, however, is a rapidly thinning group of crusty old men, predominantly Irish, who have been drinking there since they were youths and now have a proprietary feeling toward the place. Some of these veterans clearly remember John McSorley, the founder, who died in 1910 at the age of eighty-seven. They refer to him as Old John, and they like to sit in rickety armchairs around the big belly stove which heats the place, gnaw on the stems of their pipes, and talk about him.

Old John was quirky. He was normally affable but was subject to spells of unaccountable surliness during which he would refuse to answer when spoken to. He went bald in early manhood and began wearing scraggly, patriarchal sideburns before he was forty. Many photographs of him are in existence, and it is obvious that he had a lot of unassumed dignity. He patterned his saloon after a public house he had known in Ireland and originally called it the Old House at Home; around 1908 the signboard blew down, and when he ordered a new one he changed the name to McSorley’s Old Ale House. That is still the official name; customers never have called it anything but McSorley’s. Old John believed it impossible for men to drink with tranquillity in the presence of women; there is a fine back room in the saloon, but for many years a sign was nailed on the street door, saying, “Notice. No Back Room in Here for Ladies.” In McSorley’s entire history, in fact, the only woman customer ever willingly admitted was an addled old peddler called Mother Fresh-Roasted, who claimed her husband died from the bite of a lizard in Cuba during the Spanish-American War and who went from saloon to saloon on the lower East Side for a couple of generations hawking peanuts, which she carried in her apron. On warm days, Old John would sell her an ale, and her esteem for him was such that she embroidered him a little American flag and gave it to him one Fourth of July; he had it framed and placed it on the wall above his brassbound ale pump, and it is still there. When other women came in, Old John would hurry forward, make a bow, and say, “Madam, I’m sorry, but we don’t serve ladies.” This technique is still used.

In his time, Old John catered to the Irish and German workingmen—carpenters, tanners, bricklayers, slaughter-house butchers, teamsters, and brewers—who populated the Seventh Street neighborhood, selling ale in pewter mugs at five cents a mug and putting out a free lunch inflexibly consisting of soda crackers, raw onions, and cheese; present-day customers are wont to complain that some of the cheese Old John laid out on opening night in 1854 is still there. Adjacent to the free lunch he kept a quart crock of tobacco and a rack of clay and corncob pipes—the purchase of an ale entitled a man to a smoke on the house; the rack still holds a few of the communal pipes. Old John was thrifty and was able to buy the tenement—it is five stories high and holds eight families —about ten years after he opened the saloon in it. He distrusted banks and always kept his money in a cast-iron safe; it still stands in the back room, but its doors are loose on their hinges and there is nothing in it but an accumulation of expired saloon licences and several McSorley heirlooms, including Old John’s straight razor. He lived with his family in a flat directly over the saloon and got up every morning at five; he walked to the Battery and back before breakfast, no matter what the weather. He unlocked the saloon at seven, swept it out himself, and spread sawdust on the floor. Until he became too feeble to manage a racing sulky, he always kept a horse and a nanny goat in a stable around the corner on St. Mark’s Place. He kept both animals in the same stall, believing, like many horse-lovers, that horses should have company at night. During the lull in the afternoon a stable-hand would lead the horse around to a hitching block in front of the saloon, and Old John, wearing his bar apron, would stand on the curb and groom the animal. A customer who wanted service would tap on the window and Old John would drop his currycomb, step inside, draw an ale, and return at once to the horse. On Sundays he entered sulky races on uptown highways.

From the time he was twenty until he was fifty-five, Old John drank steadily, but throughout the last thirty-two years of his life he did not take a drop, saying, “I’ve had my share.” Except for a few experimental months in 1905 or 1906, no spirits ever have been sold in McSorley’s; Old John maintained that the man never lived who needed a stronger drink than a mug of stock ale warmed on the hob of a stove. He was a big eater. Customarily, just before locking up for the night, he would grill himself a three-pound T-bone, placing it on a coal shovel and holding it over a bed of oak coals in the back-room fireplace. He liked to fit a whole onion into the hollowed-out heel of a loaf of French bread and eat it as if it were an apple. He had an extraordinary appetite for onions, the stronger the better, and said that “Good ale, raw onions, and no ladies” was the motto of his saloon. About once a month during the winter he presided over an on-the-house beefsteak party in the back room, and late in life he was president of an organization of gluttons called the Honorable John McSorley Pickle, Baseball Nine, and Chowder Club, which held hot-rock clambakes in a picnic grove on North Brother Island in the East River. On the walls are a number of photographs taken at outings of the club, and in most of them the members are squatting around hogsheads of ale; except for the president, they all have drunken, slack-mouthed grins and their eyes look dazed. Old John had a bull-frog bass and enjoyed harmonizing; with a choir of drunks. His favorite songs were “Muldoon, the Solid Man,” “Swim Out, You’re Over Your Head,” “Maggie Murphy’s Home,” and “Since the Soup House Moved Away.” These songs were by Harrigan and Hart, who were then called “the Gilbert and Sullivan of the U.S.A.” He had great respect for them and was pleased exceedingly when, in 1882, they made his saloon the scene of one of their slum comedies; it was called “McSorley’s Inflation.”
Although by no means a handshaker, Old John knew many prominent men. One of his closest friends was Peter Cooper, president of the North American Telegraph Company and founder of Cooper Union, which is a half-block west of the saloon. Mr. Cooper, in his declining years, spent so many afternoons in the back room philosophizing with the workingmen that he was given a chair of his own; it was equipped with an inflated rubber cushion. (The chair is still there; each April 4th for a number of years after Mr. Cooper’s death, on April 4, 1883, it was draped with black cloth.) Also, like other steadfast customers, Mr. Cooper had a pewter mug on which his name had been engraved with an icepick. He gave the saloon a life-sized portrait of himself, which hangs over the mantel in the back room. It is a rather appropriate decoration, because, since the beginning of prohibition, McSorley’s has been the official saloon of Cooper Union students. Sometimes a sentimental student will stand beneath the portrait and drink a toast to Mr. Cooper.

Old John had a remarkable passion for memorabilia. For years he saved the wishbones of Thanksgiving and Christmas turkeys and strung them on a rod connecting the pair of gas lamps over the bar; the dusty bones are invariably the first thing a new customer gets inquisitive about. Not long ago, a Johnny-come-lately infuriated one of the bartenders by remarking, “Maybe the old boy believed in voodoo.” Old John decorated the partition between barroom and back room with banquet menus, autographs, starfish shells, theatre programs, political posters, and worn-down shoes taken off the hoofs of various race and brewery horses. Above the entrance to the back room he hung; a shillelagh and a sign: “be good or begone.” On one wall of the barroom he placed portraits of horses, steamboats, Tammany bosses, jockeys, actors, singers, and assassinated statesmen; there are many excellent portraits of Lincoln, Garfield, and McKinley. On the same wall he hung framed front pages of old newspapers; one, from the London Times for June 22, 1815, contains a paragraph on the beginning of the battle of Waterloo, in the lower right-hand corner, and another, from the New York Herald of April 15, 1865, has a single-column story on the shooting of Lincoln. He blanketed another wall with lithographs and steel engravings. One depicts Garfield’s deathbed. Another is entitled “The Great Fight.” It was between Tom Hyer and Yankee Sullivan, both bare-knuckled, at Still Pond Heights, Maryland, in 1849. It was won by Hyer in sixteen rounds, and the prize was $10,000. The judges wore top hats. The brass title tag on another engraving reads, “Rescue of Colonel Thomas J. Kelly and Captain Timothy Deacy by Members of the Irish Revolutionary Brotherhood from the English Government at Manchester, England, September 18, 1867.” A copy of the Emancipation Proclamation is on this wall; so, almost inevitably, is a facsimile of Lincoln’s saloon licence. An engraving of Washington and his generals hangs next to an engraving of a session of the Great Parliament of Ireland. Eventually Old John covered practically every square inch of wall space between wainscot and ceiling with pictures and souvenirs. They are still in good condition, although spiders have strung webs across many of them. New customers get up on chairs and spend hours studying them.
Although Old John did not consider himself retired until just a few years before he died, he gave up day-in-and-day-out duty back of the bar around 1890 and made his son, William, head bartender. Bill McSorley was the kind of person who minds his own business vigorously. He inherited every bit of his father’s surliness and not much of his affability. The father was by no means a lush, but the son carried temperance to an extreme; he drank nothing but tap water and tea, and bragged about it. He did dip a little snuff. He was so solemn that before he was thirty several customers had settled into the habit of calling him Old Bill. He worshipped his father, but no one was aware of the profundity of his worship until Old John died. After the funeral, Bill locked the saloon, went upstairs to the family flat, pulled the shutters to, and did not come out for almost a week. Finally, on a Sunday morning, gaunt and silent, he came downstairs with a hammer and a screwdriver and spent the day painstakingly securing his father’s pictures and souvenirs to the walls; they had been hung hit or miss on wires, and customers had a habit of taking them down. Subsequently he commissioned a Cooper Union art teacher to make a small painting of Old John from a photograph. Bill placed it on the wall back of the bar and thereafter kept a hooded electric light burning above it, a pious custom that is still observed.

Throughout his life Bill’s principal concern was to keep McSorley’s exactly as it had been in his father’s time. When anything had to be changed or repaired, it appeared to pain him physically. For twenty years the bar sagged in the middle like a plough mule’s back. A carpenter warned him repeatedly that it was about to collapse; finally, in 1933, he told the carpenter to go ahead and prop it up. While the work was in progress he sat at a table in the back room with his head in his hands and got so upset he could not eat for several days. In the same year the smoke- and cobweb-encrusted paint on the ceiling began to flake off and float to the floor. After customers complained that they were afraid the flakes they found in their ale might strangle them to death, he grudgingly had the ceiling repainted. In 1925 he had to switch to earthenware mugs; most of the pewter ones had been stolen by souvenir hunters. In the same year a coin-box telephone, which he would never answer himself, was installed in the back room. These were about the only major changes he ever allowed. Occasionally one of the pictures his father had hung would fall off the wall and the glass would break, and he would fill in the gap. His contributions include a set of portraits of the wives of Presidents through the first Mrs. Woodrow Wilson, a poster of Barney Oldfield in a red racing car, and a poem called “The Man Behind the Bar.” He knew this poem by heart and particularly liked the last verse:
When St. Peter sees him coming he will leave the gates ajar,
For he knows he’s had his hell on earth, has the man behind the bar.

As a businessman, Bill was anachronous; he hated banks, cash registers, bookkeeping, and salesmen. If the saloon became crowded, he would close up early, saying, “I’m getting too confounded much trade in here.” Agents for the brewery from which he bought his ale often tried to get him to open a checking account; he stubbornly continued to pay his ale bills with currency, largely silver. He would count out the money four or five times and hand it to the driver in a paper bag. Bill was an able bartender. He understood ale; he knew how to draw it and how to keep it, and his bar pipes were always clean. In warm weather he made a practice of chilling the mugs in a tub of ice; even though a customer nursed an ale a long time, the chilled earthenware mug kept it cool. Except during prohibition, the rich, wax-colored ale sold in McSorley’s always has come from the Fidelio Brewery on First Avenue; the brewery was founded two years before the saloon. In 1934, Bill sold this brewery the right to call its ale McSorley’s Cream Stock and gave it permission to use Old John’s picture on the label; around the picture is the legend “As brewed for McSorley’s Old Ale House.” During prohibition McSorley’s ale was produced mysteriously in a row of washtubs in the cellar by a retired brewer named Barney Kelly, who would come down three times a week from his home in the Bronx. On these days the smell of malt and wet hops would be strong in the place. Kelly’s product was raw and extraordinarily emphatic, and Bill made a practice of weakening it with near beer. In fact, throughout prohibition Bill referred to his ale as near beer, a euphemism which greatly amused the customers. One night a policeman who knew Bill stuck his head in the door and said, “I seen a old man up at the corner wrestling with a truck horse. I asked him what he’d been drinking and he said, ‘Near beer in McSorley’s.’ ” The prohibition ale cost fifteen cents, or two mugs for a quarter. Ale now costs a dime a mug.

Bill was big and thick-shouldered, but he did not look strong; he had a shambling walk and a haggard face and always appeared to be convalescing from something. He wore rusty-black suits and black bow ties; his shirts, however, were surprisingly fancy—they were silk, with candy stripes. He was nearsighted, the saloon was always dimly lit, and his most rigid conviction was that drink should not be sold to minors; consequently he would sometimes peer across the bar at a small-sized adult and say, “Won’t sell you nothing, bud. Get along home, where you belong.” Once he stared for a long time at a corner of the saloon and suddenly shouted, “Take your foot off that table!” Evidently he had been staring at a shadow; no one was sitting in the corner. Bill was tyrannical. Reading a newspaper, he would completely disregard a line of customers waiting to be served. If a man became impatient and demanded a drink, Bill would look up angrily and shout obscene remarks at him in a high, nasal voice. Such treatment did not annoy customers but made them snicker; they thought he was funny. In fact, despite Bill’s bad disposition, many customers were fond of him. They had known him since they were young men together and had grown accustomed to his quirks. They even took a wry sort of pride in him, and when they said he was the gloomiest, or the stingiest, man in the Western Hemisphere there was boastfulness in their voices; the more eccentric he became, the more they respected him. Sometimes, for the benefit of a newcomer, one of these customers would show Bill off, shouting, “Hey, Bill, lend me fifty dollars!” or “Hey, Bill, there ain’t no pockets in a shroud!” Such remarks usually provoked an outburst of gamy epithets. Then the customer would turn proudly to the newcomer and say, “See?” When prohibition came, Bill simply disregarded it. He ran wide open. He did not have a peephole door, nor did he pay protection, but McSorley’s was never raided; the fact that it was patronized by a number of Tammany politicians and minor police officials probably gave it immunity.

Bill never had a fixed closing hour but locked up as soon as he began to feel sleepy, which was usually around ten o’clock. Just before closing he would summon everybody to the bar and buy a round. This had been his father’s custom and he faithfully carried it on, even though it seemed to hurt him to do so. If the customers were slow about finishing the final drink, he would cough fretfully once or twice, then drum on the bar with both fists and say, “Now, see here, gents! I’m under no obligoddamnation to stand here all night while you baby them drinks.” Whenever Bill completely lost his temper he would jump up and down and moan piteously. One night in the winter of 1924 a feminist from Greenwich Village put on trousers, a man’s topcoat, and a cap, stuck a cigar in her mouth, and entered McSorley’s. She bought an ale, drank it, removed her cap, and shook her long hair down on her shoulders. Then she called Bill a male chauvinist, yelled something about the equality of the sexes, and ran out. When Bill realized he had sold a drink to a woman, he let out a cross between a moan and a bellow and began to jump up and down as if his heels were on fire. “She was a woman!” he yelled. “She was a goddamn woman!”

Bill was deaf, or pretended to be; even so, ordinary noises seemed to bother him unduly. The method he devised to keep the saloon tranquil was characteristic of him. He bought a fire-alarm gong similar to those used in schools and factories and screwed it to the seven-foot-tall icebox behind the bar. If someone started a song, or if the old men sitting around the stove began to yell at each other, he would shuffle over to the gong and give the rope a series of savage jerks. The gong is there yet and is customarily sounded at a quarter to midnight as a warning that closing time is imminent; the customers grab their ears when it goes off. Bill was consistent in his aversion to noise; he didn’t even like the sound of his own voice. He was able to go for days without speaking, answering all questions with a snort or a grunt. A man who drank in McSorley’s steadily for sixteen years once said that in that time Bill spoke exactly four intelligible words to him. They were “Curiosity killed the cat.” The man had politely asked Bill to tell him the history of a pair of rusty convict shackles on the wall. He learned later that a customer who had fought in the Civil War had brought them back from a Confederate prison in Andersonville, Georgia, and had given them to Old John as a souvenir.
Bill would sometimes take an inexplicable liking to a customer. Around 1911 a number of painters began hanging out in McSorley’s. Among them were John Sloan, George Luks, Glenn O. Coleman, and Stuart Davis, the abstractionist. They were all good painters, they did not put on airs, and the workingmen in the saloon accepted them as equals. One night, Hippolyte Havel, the anarchist, came in with the painters. Havel was a long-haired, myopic, gentle-mannered Czech whose speeches often got him in trouble with the police. Even Bill was curious about him. “What’s that crazy-looking feller do for a living?” he asked one of the painters. Playing safe, the painter said Havel was a politician, more or less. Havel liked the place and became a steady customer. Most nights, after making a fiery speech in Union Square, he would hurry down to McSorley’s. To the amazement of the old-timers, a strong friendship grew up between him and Bill, who was a Tammany Democrat and an utter reactionary; no one was ever able to figure out the basis of the friendship. Bill called the anarchist Hippo and would let him have credit up to two dollars; other customers were not allowed to charge so much as a nickel cigar. Bill had an extremely vague idea about Havel’s politics. Charles Francis Murphy, the Tammany boss, occasionally dropped in, and once Bill told Havel he was going to speak a good word to the boss for him. “Maybe he’ll put you in line for something,” Bill said. The anarchist, who thought no man was as foul as a Tammany boss, smiled and thanked him. A police captain once took it upon himself to warn Bill against Havel. “You better keep your eyes on that long-haired nut,” he said. “Why?” asked Bill. The question annoyed the police captain. “Hell fire, man,” he said, “Havel’s an anarchist! He’s in favor of blowing up every bank in the country.” “So am I,” said Bill. Bill’s friendship for Havel was extraordinary in every way. As a rule, he reserved his kindness for cats. He owned as many as eighteen at once and they had the run of the saloon. He fed them on bull livers put through a sausage grinder and they became enormous. When it came time to feed them, he would leave the bar, no matter how brisk business was, and bang on the bottom of a tin pan; the fat cats would come loping up, like leopards, from all corners of the saloon.

Bill had been married but was childless, and he used to say, “When I go, this place goes with me.” In March, 1936, however, he changed his mind— why, no one knows—and, to the surprise of the veteran customers, sold both saloon and tenement to Daniel O’Connell, an old policeman, who, since 1900, had spent most of his leisure at a table in the back room. O’Connell retired from the Department two days before he purchased the saloon. He was the kind of man of whom people say, “If he can’t speak a good word about you, he won’t speak a bad one.” He was almost as proud of the saloon’s traditions as Bill and willingly promised he would make no changes; that was one of the conditions of the sale. Almost from the day Bill sold out, his health began to fail. He took a room in the house of a relative in Queens. Sometimes, in the afternoon, if the weather was good, he would shuffle into the bar, a sallow, disenchanted old man, and sit in the Peter Cooper chair with his knotty hands limp in his lap. For hours he would sit and stare at the painting of Old John. The customers were sure he was getting ready to die, but when he came in they would say, “You looking chipper today, Billy boy,” or something like that. He seemed grateful for such remarks. He rarely spoke, but once he turned to a man he had known for forty years and said, “Times have changed, McNally.” “You said it, Bill,” McNally replied. Then, as if afraid he had been sentimental, Bill coughed, spat, and said, irrelevantly, “The bread you get these days, it ain’t fit to feed a dog.” On the night of September 21, 1938, barely thirty-one months after he quit drawing ale, he died in his sleep. As close as his friends could figure it, his age was seventy-six.

The retired policeman made a gentle saloonkeeper. Unlike Bill, he would never throw a quarrelsome drunk into the street but would try to sober him up with soup. “If a man gets crazy on stuff I sold him, I can’t kick him out,” he said one day. “That would be evading my responsibility.” He was proprietor for less than four years. He died last December 8th and left the property to a daughter, Mrs. Dorothy O’Connell Kirwan. A young woman with great respect for tradition, Mrs. Kirwan has chosen to remain completely in the background. At first customers feared that she would renovate the place, but they now realize that this fear was groundless. “I know exactly how my father felt about McSorley’s,” Mrs. Kirwan said recently, “and no changes will be made. So long as I am owner, the rule against women customers will remain in force.” She herself has visited the saloon only twice, and then on Sunday nights after hours. She appointed a brother-in-law, Joe Nida, manager and retained the old bartenders, Eddie Mullins and Joe Martoccio. Mike, the cook, a Ukrainian, was also retained. The most important member of the staff of McSorley’s, however, is not actually an employee. His name is Tommy Kelly, and he is called Kelly the Floorwalker. He is not related to Barney Kelly, the prohibition brewer. Since around 1904, Kelly has acted as a sort of volunteer potboy and master of ceremonies. During prohibition, Bill had him on the payroll, but most of the time he has worked for the pleasure of it. When business is brisk, he totes mugs from the bar to the tables; also, he makes an occasional trip to the butcher for Mike. In the winter he keeps a fire going. When he shows up, around 8:30 A.M., he is just an average, sad-eyed little man with a hangover, but by noon lukewarm ale has given him a certain stateliness; by six he is in such a good humor that he stands near the door and shakes hands with incoming customers just as if he were the proprietor. Strangers think he is the proprietor and call him Mr. McSorley. Technically, Kelly is a truck-driver, but he always says business is slow in his line. Once, for a brief period, he took a job as night clerk in a funeral parlor in Brooklyn, quitting because a corpse spoke to him. “This dead guy told me to take my hat off indoors,” Kelly says. In one way or another, death pops up repeatedly in Kelly’s talk. Each morning, Mullins, the bartender, asks him how he feels. If he doesn’t feel so good, he says, “I’m dead, but I just won’t lie still.” Otherwise he says, “For a old drunk with one leg in the grave and not a penny to his name, I can’t complain.”
To a steady McSorley customer, most other New York saloons seem feminine and fit only for college boys and women; the atmosphere in them is so tense and disquieting that he has to drink himself into a coma in order to stand it. In McSorley’s, the customers are self-sufficient; they never try to impress each other. Also, they are not competitive. In other saloons if a man tells a story, good or bad, the man next to him laughs perfunctorily and immediately tries to tell a better one. It is possible to relax in McSorley’s. For one thing, it is dark and gloomy, and repose comes easy in a gloomy place. Also, there is a thick, musty smell that acts as a balm to jerky nerves; it is really a rich compound of the smells of pine sawdust, tap drippings, pipe tobacco, coal smoke, and onions. A Bellevue interne once said that for many mental disturbances the smell in McSorley’s is more beneficial than psychoanalysis. It is an utterly democratic place. A mechanic in greasy overalls gets as much attention as an executive from Wanamaker’s. The only customer the bartenders brag about is Police Inspector Matthew J. McGrath, who was a shot-and hammer-thrower in four Olympics and is called Mighty Matt.

At midday, McSorley’s is crowded. The afternoon is quiet. At six, it fills up with men who work in the neighborhood. Most nights there are a few curiosity-seekers in the place. If they behave themselves and don’t ask too many questions, they are tolerated. The majority of them have learned about the saloon through John Sloan’s paintings. Between 1912 and 1930, Sloan did five paintings, filled with detail, of the saloon—“McSorley’s Bar,” which shows Bill presiding majestically over the tap and which hangs in the Detroit Institute of Arts; “McSorley’s Back Room,” a painting of an old workingman sitting at the window at dusk with his hands in his lap, his pewter mug on the table; “McSorley’s at Home,” which shows a group of argumentative old-timers around the stove; “McSorley’s Cats,” in which Bill is preparing to feed his drove of cats; and “McSorley’s, Saturday Night,” which was painted during prohibition and shows Bill passing out mugs to a crowd of rollicking customers. Every time one of these appears in an exhibition or in a newspaper or magazine, there is a rush of strangers to the saloon. “McSorley’s Bar” was reproduced in Thomas Craven’s “A Treasury of Art Masterpieces,” which came out last winter, and there have been many strangers in the saloon since. Last November there was a retrospective exhibition of Sloan’s work in Wanamaker’s art department, and a number of McSorley patrons attended it in a body. One asked a clerk for the price of “McSorley’s Cats.” “Three thousand dollars,” he was told. He believed the clerk was kidding him and is still indignant. Kelly likes the Sloan paintings but prefers a golden, corpulent nude which Old John hung in the back room many years ago, right beside Peter Cooper’s portrait. To a stranger, attracted to the saloon by a Sloan painting, Kelly will say, “Hey, Mac, if you want to see some real art, go look at the naked lady in the back room.” The nude is stretched out on a couch and is playing with a parrot; the painting is a copy, probably done by a Cooper Union student, of Gustave Courbet’s “La Femme au Perroquet.” Kelly always translates this for strangers. “It’s French,” he says learnedly. “It means ‘Duh Goil and duh Polly.’ ”

McSorley’s bar is short, accommodating approximately ten elbows, and is shored up with iron pipes. It is to the right as you enter. To the left is a row of armchairs with their stiff backs against the wainscoting. The chairs are rickety; when a fat man is sitting in one, it squeaks like new shoes every time he takes a breath. The customers believe in sitting down; if there are vacant chairs, no one ever stands at the bar. Down the middle of the room is a row of battered tables. Their tops are always sticky with spilled ale. In the centre of the room stands the belly stove, which has an isinglass door and is exactly like the stoves in Elevated stations. All winter Kelly keeps it red hot. “Warmer you get, drunker you get,” he says. Some customers prefer mulled ale. They keep their mugs on the hob until the ale gets hot as coffee. A sluggish cat named Minnie sleeps in a scuttle beside the stove. The floor boards are warped, and here and there a hole has been patched with a flattened-out soup can. The back room looks out on a blind tenement court. In this room are three big, round dining-room tables. The kitchen is in one corner of the room; Mike keeps a folding boudoir screen around the gas range, and pots, pans, and paper bags of groceries are stored on the mantelpiece. While he peels potatoes, he sits with early customers at a table out front, holding a dishpan in his lap and talking as he peels. The fare in McSorley’s is plain, cheap, and well cooked. Mike’s specialties are goulash, frankfurters and sauerkraut, and hamburgers blanketed with fried onions. He scribbles his menu in chalk on a slate which hangs in the barroom and consistently misspells four dishes out of five. There is no waiter. During the lunch hour, if Mike is too busy to wait on the customers, they grab plates and help themselves out of the pots on the range. They eat with their hats on and they use toothpicks. Mike refers to food as “she.” For example, if a customer complains that the goulash is not as good as it was last Wednesday, he says, “No matter how not as good she is, she’s good enough for you.”

The saloon opens at eight. Mike gives the floor a lick and a promise and throws on clean sawdust. He replenishes the free-lunch platters with cheese and onions and fills a bowl with cold, hard-boiled eggs, five cents each. Kelly shows up. The ale truck makes its delivery. Then, in the middle of the morning, the old men begin shuffling in. Kelly calls them “the steadies.” The majority are retired laborers and small businessmen. They prefer McSorley’s to their homes. A few live in the neighborhood, but many come from a distance. One, a retired operator of a chain of Bowery flophouses, comes in from Sheepshead Bay practically every day. On the day of his retirement, this man said, “If my savings hold out, I’ll never draw another sober breath.” He says he drinks in order to forget the misery he saw in his flophouses; he undoubtedly saw a lot of it, because he often drinks twenty-five mugs a day, and McSorley’s ale is by no means weak. Kelly brings the old men their drinks. To save him a trip, they usually order two mugs at a time. Most of them are quiet and dignified; a few are eccentrics. About twelve years ago one had to leap out of the path of a speeding automobile on Third Avenue; he is still furious. He mutters to himself constantly. Once, asked what he was muttering about, he said, “Going to buy a shotgun and stand on Third Avenue and shoot at automobiles.” “Are you going to aim at the tires?” he was asked. “Why, hell no!” he said. “At the drivers. Figure I could kill four or five before they arrested me. Might kill more if I could reload fast enough.”

Only a few of the old men have enough interest in the present to read newspapers. These patrons sit up front, to get the light that comes through the grimy street windows. When they grow tired of reading, they stare for hours into the street. There is always something worth looking at on Seventh Street. It is one of those East Side streets completely under the domination of kids. While playing stickball, they keep great packing-box fires going in the gutter; sometimes they roast mickies in the gutter fires. Drunks reel over from the Bowery and go to sleep in doorways, and the kids give them hotfoots with kitchen matches. In McSorley’s the free-lunch platters are kept at the end of the bar nearer the street door, and several times every afternoon kids sidle in, snatch handfuls of cheese and slices of onion, and dash out, slamming the door. This never fails to amuse the old men.
The stove overheats the place and some of the old men are able to sleep in their chairs for long periods. Occasionally one will snore, and Kelly will rouse him, saying, “You making enough racket to wake the dead.” Once Kelly got interested in a sleeper and clocked him. Two hours and forty minutes after the man dozed off, Kelly became uneasy—“Maybe he died,” he said—and shook him awake. “How long did I sleep?” the man asked. “Since the parade,” Kelly said. The man rubbed his eyes and asked, “Which parade?” “The Paddy’s Day parade, two years ago,” Kelly said scornfully. “Jeez!” the man said. Then he yawned and went back to sleep. Kelly makes jokes about the regularity of the old men. “Hey, Eddie,” he said one morning, “old man Ryan must be dead!” “Why?” Mullins asked. “Well,” Kelly said, “he ain’t been in all week.” In summer they sit in the back room, which is as cool as a cellar. In winter they grab the chairs nearest the stove and sit in them, as motionless as barnacles, until around six, when they yawn, stretch, and start for home, insulated with ale against the dreadful loneliness of the old. “God be wit’ yez,” Kelly says as they go out the door.


Joseph Mitchell, who died in 1996, began writing for the magazine in 1933.

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Author: rapping about female sexual empowerment



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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:22 AM
Author: A Charlie Brown Christmas(@realcharliebrown)


Dr No and Goldfinger are great novels

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:21 AM
Author: killa cam(ggtp)


And in in ten days you shall return

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:21 AM
Author: *A poaster\'s wounded pride*

I really didn't like the scene where Leia somehow survives that explosion and flies through fuckin' space to get back on the ship. That was bullshit. They just made up force powers as they went along. I guess Jedi can do whatever the fuck they want in these new movies.

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Author: pickle



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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:21 AM
Author: honiara

tried reading the moonraker novel as a kid. didn't seem to have much to do with the movie.

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:20 AM
Author: A Charlie Brown Christmas(@realcharliebrown)


oddly silent

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:20 AM
Author: donny(when moon)


I’m too tired; later

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:19 AM
Author: part of this kakistocracy

CBO and the staff of the Joint Committee on Taxation (JCT) estimate that enacting S. 1615 would increase direct spending by $26.8 billion over the 2018-2027 period. Over that same period, CBO and JCT estimate that the bill would increase revenues, on net, by $0.9 billion—a decline in on-budget revenues of $4.3 billion and an increase in off-budget revenues of $5.3 billion.

In total, CBO and JCT estimate that changes in direct spending and revenues from enacting S. 1615 would increase budget deficits by $25.9 billion over the 2018-2027 period, boosting on-budget deficits by $30.6 billion and decreasing off-budget deficits by $4.7 billion over that period. Pay-as-you-go procedures apply because enacting the bill would affect direct spending and revenues.

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:19 AM
Author: chandler (retired)

So what did u and :D do after I left

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:19 AM
Author: ;;;\'\'\'...,,,

Look, I could be wrong. The way she corrected me suggested she was CONCERNED that firm elders DONT TAKE DIVERSITY SERIOUSLY. And since that occasion I’ve had weird as fuck interactions with HR type folks. I dropped a comment to HR about New first years in a way that I was trying to be innocuous—like oh I’ve met some of the new lawyers, like X, Y, Z, and uptight bitch— and they noticeably went into tight butthole HR mode when I mentioned the last one.

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Author: 1891



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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:17 AM
Author: .;:..;:;.:.;.,,,.,.:,.;;,;;;..;,

But wouldnt they add to the GDP

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:17 AM
Author: chandler (retired)

It's Beijing beef you fucking noob

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:16 AM
Author: aide de camp

teriyaki chicken + peking beef = 178 evening

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:16 AM
Author: and when i started to squeeze the bar brother(http://youtu.be/sqLsqHctThU)


bitter, unfunny bro

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:15 AM
Author: Refunkulus(never count out a MUSCLE NUT)


go


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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:15 AM
Author: kryptopig(arhat)


i told that faggot to get peking pork

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:15 AM
Author: Krampusnacht

(1) that's a shitty and empty way to live your life

(2) if you are sufficiently clever, it is easy to tell yourself a story about how anything could result in you getting money or sex

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:15 AM
Author: Poast modern

Mid 20s young so i have to wait awhile lol

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:15 AM
Author: and when i started to squeeze the bar brother(http://youtu.be/sqLsqHctThU)


i think the most i have ever ordered was like 5 tacos bro

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:15 AM
Author: chandler (retired)

Should I quit my job and found the xo firm

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:15 AM
Author: The harpoon that nailed Hizzla

Libs?

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:15 AM
Author: Memorandum of T&A(Dork Enlightenment)


I...but...*brain explodes*

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:15 AM
Author: CHARLES DIGITAL(CharlesXII)


Obsessing over pussy and $$$ is weak and won't make you happy.

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:14 AM
Author: Poast modern

Dat combo dawrin / marx toxicity....but honestly can almost all behaviors, if viewed cynically, be deconstructed to these two things?

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:14 AM
Author: Krampusnacht

I don't play video games.

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not a twist: no you wont

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:14 AM
Author: Krampusnacht

what stuff. let's talk it out.

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:14 AM
Author: ,.,...,..,.,.,;:,.:,.,.,::,..,..,:,.,.:.:.,:.::,.

right so you said "the why white guys are evil class" and she said "heh u mean the "understanding microagressions class" --- but in what way is the firm investigating you ABOUT HER.

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:14 AM
Author: a very jmaw mpm2k17(bang bang & I hit it w impeccable aim)


never not acceptable, hth

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:14 AM
Author: chandler (retired)

Really hoped this was luis

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Wait

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:13 AM
Author: Donald Trump is a good president

One example is about a man around thirty years old who sees that once he starts to drink loses all control of his drinking. Being determined to succeed in the business world he decides not to touch another drop of alcohol until he has succeeded in his business ventures. With his exceptional willpower he does not drink at all until he retires 25 years later at age 55. This is an example of “once an alcoholic, always an alcoholic”. Because now that he had achieved his lifelong goal of success he started to drink and each time found he couldn’t stop. With all the money at his disposal, in and out of hospitals, trying to stay stopped, he wound up dead within a few short years. This example shows that the idea of laying off for no matter how long a period of time, makes no difference. In fact, this chapter shows that the disease of alcoholism is progressive-even when not drinking the disease continues to worsen, as if the alcoholic had been drinking the whole time.

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:13 AM
Author: chandler (retired)

So which was it that got u to attend the xo meetup

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:12 AM
Author: Donald Trump is a good president

How old are you now?

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:12 AM
Author: COORS(£j£)


That's a suburb of Chicago

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:12 AM
Author: The harpoon that nailed Hizzla

Need JJC, Obeezy, or Rockapotamus to explain how this advances the rule of law and protects our civil liberties.

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:11 AM
Author: Metal Up Your Ass, D.A.

tina s. rules

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:10 AM
Author: Poast modern

I want to try a psychedlic again when im retired. Or maybe when in hospice for end of life care. There are studies on this that suggest benefits to taking psychedlics when faced with end of life health problems

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Author: .........,,,,,....,,,,......... (Retiring)

Do you like Zelda BOTW?

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:09 AM
Author: donny(when moon)


I agree with these points.

I think the bigger problem with the movie was the stuff with the resistance in space and all that stuff that didn’t make sense

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:09 AM
Author: Poast Malone

Ok. Enjoy using your debit card to save a nickel by forgoing free returns on Jet.com.

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:07 AM
Author: Donald Trump is a good president

I agree that from 30 to 60, you want to be a responsible adult and not do drugs.. but what about after you retire?

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:07 AM
Author: Poast modern

There are some very talented poasters here, brother

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:06 AM
Author: Wilbur Mercer, low income poaster(Short Pride World Wide)




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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:05 AM
Author: ;;;\'\'\'...,,,

She’s super junior. I’m not a partner but more senior. I forgot the name of the class so I described it in a way that was less than flattering. She chortled and supplied the name of the class.

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:05 AM
Author: .........,,;,;,;,,,............,,;,;;,.;.

https://youtu.be/SRDHxikluMo

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:05 AM
Author: Poast Malone

(Guy that now needs to split the price of cranberry juice with his (((partners)))).

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:05 AM
Author: rapping about female sexual empowerment

"if you can't eat it, it's not food."

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:04 AM
Author: duncan_donuts



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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:03 AM
Author: Memorandum of T&A(Dork Enlightenment)


Ask yourself the questions

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:03 AM
Author: one hundred and eighty(longmo)




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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:03 AM
Author: and when i started to squeeze the bar brother(http://youtu.be/sqLsqHctThU)


There is literally no way these harried Amazon warehouse fucks are going to tell the difference. You have to strategically pick which items you are going to return, like things they will be unable to quality control or that will be totally impossible to determine if it's used or is the same product they sent out. Most of the time they are not even opening and inspecting returned product under a certain dollar amount.

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:03 AM
Author: Silent Coup

wagecucks = LOL

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:02 AM
Author: Krampusnacht

I really liked the visuals. They were creative, and not in a bad over the top CGI way like the prequels.

I liked almost every scene involving any two or more of Rey, Snoke, and Kylo interracting

I actually liked the final scene too. it's so different. I'm excited for Episode 9.

Everyone who whined about Episode 7 being a rehash of the old movies should be kissing Episode 8's ass.

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:02 AM
Author: Silent Coup



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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:02 AM
Author: duncan_donuts



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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:02 AM
Author: chandler (retired)

This is a med mal UTI case

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:01 AM
Author: A Charlie Brown Christmas(@realcharliebrown)


wow no way holy fuck

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:01 AM
Author: Silent Coup



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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:01 AM
Author: Driving back in silence from retirement home

- AutoAdmit
- My immediate family
- The availability of really good tea
- TRUMP



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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:01 AM
Author: Poast Malone

(Guy suing Enya for peanuts)

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:01 AM
Author: ,.,...,..,.,.,;:,.:,.,.,::,..,..,:,.,.:.:.,:.::,.

literally fuck these idiots

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:01 AM
Author: creep of credentialism

IT WAS SO RANDOM AND DISRUPTIVE

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:01 AM
Author: Refunkulus(never count out a MUSCLE NUT)


That shit is ruthless -

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:00 AM
Author: Syrian Sea Foam Fuck Slug

enya -kenya

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:00 AM
Author: ,.,...,..,.,.,;:,.:,.,.,::,..,..,:,.,.:.:.,:.::,.

> especially about her
explain

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:00 AM
Author: locrian mode

she went to go buy a cigar to shove up her twat

in case you missed 2016, she LOVES the clintons

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:00 AM
Author: creep of credentialism



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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:00 AM
Author: ,.,...,..,.,.,;:,.:,.,.,::,..,..,:,.,.:.:.,:.::,.

she probably lodged some kikey complaint. fuck her.

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:00 AM
Author: chandler (retired)



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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:00 AM
Author: alzabo

lol at not bookmarking all the enya threads

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:00 AM
Author: rapping about female sexual empowerment

indians would be okay

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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:00 AM
Author: chandler (retired)



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Date: December 17th, 2017 12:00 AM
Author: chandler (retired)



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Date: December 16th, 2017 11:59 PM
Author: chandler (retired)



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Date: December 16th, 2017 11:59 PM
Author: chandler (retired)



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Date: December 16th, 2017 11:59 PM
Author: Protect Yourself At All Times

I told you this. He would fuck up Danny Jacobs.

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Date: December 16th, 2017 11:59 PM
Author: chandler (retired)



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Date: December 16th, 2017 11:59 PM
Author: Donald Trump is a good president



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Date: December 16th, 2017 11:59 PM
Author: chandler (retired)



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Date: December 16th, 2017 11:59 PM
Author: ;;;\'\'\'...,,,

I might be paranoid but I think a girl that overheard me describe the training has outed me. She’s acted different. The firm has acted different to me and especially about her. I feel like there’s some investigation going on about my refusal to buy in and admit white males are shitbags. Could be wrong here. But that’s my impression.

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Date: December 16th, 2017 11:59 PM
Author: chandler (retired)



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Date: December 16th, 2017 11:59 PM
Author: ,.,...,..,.,.,;:,.:,.,.,::,..,..,:,.,.:.:.,:.::,.



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Date: December 16th, 2017 11:59 PM
Author: tedcruztp(Mexicans & whites unite against the kikes!)




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Date: December 16th, 2017 11:58 PM
Author: alzabo

cr hope your plan works out

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Date: December 16th, 2017 11:58 PM
Author: chandler (retired)

Search orinoco flow I tried to forcememe it one day

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Date: December 16th, 2017 11:58 PM
Author: Silent Coup



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Date: December 16th, 2017 11:58 PM
Author: locrian mode



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Date: December 16th, 2017 11:58 PM
Author: creep of credentialism



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Date: December 16th, 2017 11:58 PM
Author: chandler (retired)



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Date: December 16th, 2017 11:58 PM
Author: Donald Trump is a good president

Wow that escalated quickly

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Date: December 16th, 2017 11:57 PM
Author: Alabama Wild Man

whats not a lot?

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Date: December 16th, 2017 11:57 PM
Author: and when i started to squeeze the bar brother(http://youtu.be/sqLsqHctThU)


i can't really answer this because i have been away for so long but there were several terrorism cases and convictions in minneapolis over the past 5-8 years for somali bros mostly trying to join al shabab. now in the isis era i'm sure they will be all about that. when i was in high school the somalis would bitch because the fbi would patrol and wiretap their mosques in the early war on terror days but that's about as wild as it got.

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Date: December 16th, 2017 11:56 PM
Author: creep of credentialism



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Date: December 16th, 2017 11:56 PM
Author: rapping about female sexual empowerment



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