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I had a 65 deluxe for a few years. I miss it. Sold it to buy my wife's engagement ring and pay off a credit card. I cried the day i sold it.

Hopefully the new one is cool.

 

It looks like a 1995 Dodge Caravan. Or a Chevy Astro. Or the aborted child of both.

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Replacing the Income Tax With a National Sales Tax?

http://www.foxbusiness.com/personal-finance/2015/04/09/replacing-income-tax-with-national-sales-tax/?intcmp=ob_homepage_dont_miss&intcmp=obnetwork

Let's make a tax that inflicts more damage on the poor and middle class.

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South Georgia man shoots armadillo, sending bullet on zigzag path into mother-in-law's back

 

Lee County Sheriff's deputies tell WALB-TV (http://bit.ly/1FCGUBO) that 54-year-old Larry McElroy fired his 9 mm pistol at the armadillo Sunday night.

Deputies say the bullet killed the armadillo, but bounced off the animal, hit a fence, traveled through the back door of the mother-in-law's mobile home and the recliner in which she was sitting, striking her in the back.

McElroy's 74-year-old mother-in-law, Carol Johnson, suffered injuries described as non-life-threatening. Lee County sheriff's investigator Bill Smith said she was walking around and talking afterward.

Lee County Sherriff's deputies say McElroy was about 100 yards away from the home when he shot the armadillo

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South Georgia man shoots armadillo, sending bullet on zigzag path into mother-in-law's back

 

Lee County Sheriff's deputies tell WALB-TV (http://bit.ly/1FCGUBO) that 54-year-old Larry McElroy fired his 9 mm pistol at the armadillo Sunday night.

Deputies say the bullet killed the armadillo, but bounced off the animal, hit a fence, traveled through the back door of the mother-in-law's mobile home and the recliner in which she was sitting, striking her in the back.

McElroy's 74-year-old mother-in-law, Carol Johnson, suffered injuries described as non-life-threatening. Lee County sheriff's investigator Bill Smith said she was walking around and talking afterward.

Lee County Sherriff's deputies say McElroy was about 100 yards away from the home when he shot the armadillo

 

that was one magic loogy.

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11-ton, 131-foot 'fatberg' breaks London sewer

 

Things that weight less than the "fatberg" removed from a London sewer: 18 horses, 3 Hummer H2s, or 77,000 iPhone 6s. A "fatberg" is what is created when congealed fat and unflushable items (think sanitary napkins, diapers, wipes, the Independent notes) combine in the sewer to create, well, the stuff of nightmares, and a 1940s-era sewer in London has been broken by an 131-foot-long one weighing roughly 11 tons.

 

Much of the fat comes from used cooking oil, millions of liters of which are poured down drains in London each year. And the wet wipes (which some people are apparently using instead of toilet paper) come from the one in five Londoners who admit to flushing them.

 

11ton131footfatbergbreaksLondonsewer.jpg

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Sure we all know millions of pigs are sacrificing their lives to be turned into salty fatty goodness. And salt is involved with some type of curing process. But how does it really get its distinctive smoked  flavor? And who cuts those perfectly even strips? And how does it get so perfectly laid out in its modern plastic packaging?

 

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