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    Quote Originally Posted by Lark
    dont most supermarkets or service stations keep that sort of thing in the fridge or freezer aisle?
    I don't think so. Also, I'm looking for freshly made authentic tiramisu. California Pizza Kitchen didn't have it.
    I don't think the Patterson footage of sasquatch is real because the creature is too fat and land animals are very seldom that fat, us excepted of course.
    I do allow for the possibility that this Bigfoot might be an impulsive eating squatch from Michigan, in which case, the film might actually be genuine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tellenbach View Post
    I don't think so. Also, I'm looking for freshly made authentic tiramisu. California Pizza Kitchen didn't have it.
    You get all sorts of it here, the cakes and the ice cream all come in the coolers in supermarkets, I dont like them myself, I think it has a terrible burnt taste.
    All for ourselves, and nothing for other people, seems, in every age of the world, to have been the vile maxim of the masters of mankind.
    Chapter IV, p. 448. - Adam Smith, Book 3, The Wealth of Nations

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    Does anyone remember the time that Dr Cox was a plumber on Fraiser?
    All for ourselves, and nothing for other people, seems, in every age of the world, to have been the vile maxim of the masters of mankind.
    Chapter IV, p. 448. - Adam Smith, Book 3, The Wealth of Nations

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    Welp. Computer suddenly broke. Dunno if I should feel sad or angry...

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    On Friday my son was sitting in lunch, one of his freinds told him the girls father who assaulted him was staring at him (he was there picking up his daughter), my son said he turned to look at him and said it was the first time in his life he felt like slicing another persons throat. I told him his feelings are normal (just can't act on them) and to wait for the justice system to do it's job.

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    My son came home and said he needed to learn power point for school. I asked what he was doing and he said he has to do something on one the schools dayings...."it's better to understand, then be understoood" so he asked me what it meant, I think he wanted my words. I really like that saying, it's pretty much how I live me life and I explained how when you understand its much easier to be understood. I like this school so far. It's a STEM based charter school for grades 6-8
    Im out, its been fun

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sultan of Beans View Post
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    Donald Trump Talks Like a Third-Grader - POLITICO Magazine

    Probably why every time my son watches a video of Donald Trump speaking he just laughs with his hand extended comment-less, since his verbal/lingusitic and reading comprehension evaluative scores fall within the ranges of the equivalent of a bachelors degree.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Diablesse View Post
    Donald Trump Talks Like a Third-Grader - POLITICO Magazine

    Probably why every time my son watches a video of Donald Trump speaking he just laughs with his hand extended comment-less, since his verbal/lingusitic and reading comprehension evaluative scores fall within the ranges of the equivalent of a bachelors degree.
    I was just thinking about how silly (but cute) the above post was ^^
    Unfortunately for her ( whom I'm enjoying debating) facts point out the reality of the situation

    Donald Trump graduated from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania in 1968, with a Bachelor of Science degree in economics and anthropology. Mensa doesn't accept SAT scores from after 1994. However Mr Trump was a student at Wharton when it was possible to derive an accurate IQ core from known SAT scores. Given the usual requirements for admission to a top school like Wharton, I estimate that Mr. Trump has a 156 IQ at the minimum.
    The standard description of this level of intelligence is “Genius – Exception intellectual ability and capable of looking beyond known facts.”
    Donald Trump is a Genius – But That’s Just His IQ! | Opinion - Conservative

    Wharton is pretty prestige and difficult school and its quite a achievement to have its credentials.

    (Cool fact about your son though, glad he's smart!)

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