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Marshal Mo Hare, SASS #45984

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About Marshal Mo Hare, SASS #45984

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  1. Ungulates

    Mutants. the horn is different. it bifurcated
  2. How To Answer "How Can You Eat That?"

    I was buying some bananas today and an old guy* showed me what was wrong with them. we got into a discussion. He told me about a guy with a t-shirt that said "I would be vegan if bacon grew on trees."
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    Secret
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    ice
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    iron
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    birthday suit
  7. How To Answer "How Can You Eat That?"

    My god, taking potential habitat that can be used by animals!
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    The Lorax
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    darn
  10. A different infernal engine question

    At least one vehicle out there has a computer that tunes your vehicle as it runs and remembers what it did for the last 50 runs. Disconnect the battery and it forgets everything. Run it a few more days. Maybe it will wake up.
  11. Marine Left His Cell Phone In A Restaurant

    It was a training exercise.
  12. Now I can't even watch an old western!

    They don’t even use actors. It’s all puppets
  13. So you think your rifle is big. Check this one out.

    From wikipedia and elsewhere the 138b is described as an anti=tank and anti-aircraft round with these characteristics. Bullet mass/type Velocity Energy 4.1 ounces (120 g) 2,950 feet per second (900 m/s) 34,655 ft·lbf(46,986 J) [1]
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    Bucket
  15. US miltary medals ?

    Is there still a DD214?
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