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    Re: America's 2nd Civil War

    Quote Originally Posted by AntsyVee View Post
    Yes, I have heard from lots of parents who are sick of their kids and are ready for me to take them back LOL And I've heard from a lot of kids who are sick of their parents and want to get out of the house, even if it is school LOL

    Whome, we have some of those little school houses up in Northern California that still operate like that. A lot of them service kids of migrant ed workers who come to pick crops up there in the middle of nowhere.
    Ha! I haven't thought about it but yes I am sure this goes both ways

    Really? I didn't know this still existed. That's really neat! It's a unique situation now days and I wish the kids and the teachers everywhere got the luxury of smaller classes. Well, in each grade anyway.

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    Re: America's 2nd Civil War

    Dogs are thrilled with the lockdown. Cats are livid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noivous View Post
    Dogs are thrilled with the lockdown. Cats are livid.
    Including Snoop Dogg who has landed the new add for Just Eat. Been on TV the last couple of days.
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    Re: America's 2nd Civil War

    Quote Originally Posted by Noivous View Post
    Dogs are thrilled with the lockdown. Cats are livid.
    I'm on a rotating schedule (two weeks on, one off - paid thankfully).

    Our boy (Socrates, a Pixie Bob cat) is absolutely thrilled to have Daddy home this week. He's been chilling with me all week long

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    LOL Yes, my cats are very happy I'm home to answer to their every beck and call!
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    Quote Originally Posted by whome View Post
    Yes...Native Americans are very striking. They are beautiful people both the men and the women. I just want to touch that coal black, long, shiny hair lol I am fascinated by them. We have a Cherokee reservation maybe 3 1/2 hours from where I live. I would enjoy going.

    I always laughed at Brendan Gleason's line in Braveheart when he said "I didn't think you were in the tent that long". I think I saw where his son also had a part in Harry Potter. I hope he does good in entertainment as well.

    I forgot to mention Hugh Laurie. Have ever seen an episode of House? Great show. I think he broke records here for most watched or something like that. I'll have to look it up to be sure.
    Yes, my friend's wife had the hair and it really stood out even though she kept it shorter.

    I didn't know about Gleason's son but I just looked him up and remember him in the film with Fleur. He seems to be doing well as he does more than act. He's not bad looking either so he has more of a chance than some.

    On that note have you seen Neville Longbottom all grown up? A couple of years ago he was in one of the newspapers posing in his underwear looking pretty good. He was one of my favourite characters, the quiet hero who lost his parents but was looked down upon by the cool kids and ended up pivotal as well as very brave.

    Yes, I've some of House. But I remember Hugh from before in Blackadder and Jeeves & Wooster along with Stephen Fry.
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    Re: America's 2nd Civil War

    Quote Originally Posted by MyNameIsTerry View Post
    Yes, my friend's wife had the hair and it really stood out even though she kept it shorter.

    I didn't know about Gleason's son but I just looked him up and remember him in the film with Fleur. He seems to be doing well as he does more than act. He's not bad looking either so he has more of a chance than some.

    On that note have you seen Neville Longbottom all grown up? A couple of years ago he was in one of the newspapers posing in his underwear looking pretty good. He was one of my favourite characters, the quiet hero who lost his parents but was looked down upon by the cool kids and ended up pivotal as well as very brave.

    Yes, I've some of House. But I remember Hugh from before in Blackadder and Jeeves & Wooster along with Stephen Fry.
    Yes! Puberty hit Neville Longbottom like a mack truck! Lol He grew up to be a very easy on the eyes no doubt. I enjoyed his character for those same reasons you stated. He was essentially a lesser known version of Harry and it took me awhile to figure this out. When he finally did come into his own, I was like "Yes! Go Neville, go!"
    It was nice to see his character evolve into what it did. Harry Potter...we have the entire DVD collection. I may have to pull it out again soon. It's a rainy day here so I may have to catch up on some of these movies and tv we have been talking about lately.






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    Re: America's 2nd Civil War

    Quote Originally Posted by MyNameIsTerry View Post
    Including Snoop Dogg who has landed the new add for Just Eat. Been on TV the last couple of days.
    Have you seen Snoop and Martha Stewart’s cooking show Terry,it’s a cracker they both are off their faces
    talking about cats I have had a stray pussy hanging around the last few days it’s a big MF might be feral

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    Re: America's 2nd Civil War

    Quote Originally Posted by Lolalee1 View Post
    talking about cats I have had a stray pussy hanging around the last few days it’s a big MF might be feral
    I saw on a news item a huge feral cat dragging away a goanna ...better watch your back door Ms L

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    Re: America's 2nd Civil War

    I reckon the way things are going in the US they might head towards a s 2nd civil war

    Those feral cats WM are big and mean suckers,plenty of the suckers roaming around.A goanna would be easy prey for them.

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