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Get'em Out'a My Sight

15 April 2014 - 09:38 AM

Yeah this is the way to help people all right!  :verymad:

I think some big wheels in city hall need to hear a few good sermons.  Maybe at least one about, "There but for the grace of God go I."




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15 Minute History Lesson

08 April 2014 - 12:02 PM

This little video might help explain why the world is now sitting on a powder keg because of the U.S. actions in Eastern Europe.




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Repub Primaries Won't Matter In Selection Process

08 April 2014 - 11:29 AM

Dramatic, Little Known GOP Rule Change Takes Choice Of Presidential Candidate Away From Rank And File Republicans And Hands It To Party Elite



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Solution For Troll Problem

08 April 2014 - 11:18 AM

Seems to me we have been having a lot of Troll problems lately.  Well you can get that smile back on your happy faces again.  I have found the solution in a little instruction book I ran across this morning on the internet (and of course I trust everything I find on the internet).  Here it is:


Troll Slaying
Hello, fellow traveler, and welcome to this guide!

Within these pages, I will explain everything you need to know about fighting trolls, including how to negate their amazing healing powers and how best to take advantage of their natural love of cold. I'll even share with you my tried-and-true secret for killing trolls. Intrigued? I hope so! Troll Fat is a valuable commodity and there's a fortune and glory to be made for the ambitious troll hunter.

Onward, then!
Chapter I: I Just Saw A Troll! :peek:

If you think you've seen a troll, remain calm and slowly back away. The wise hunter knows that preparation is the key to success, and you certainly don't want to hunt any trolls unprepared!
Ah, but is it really a troll that you've spotted?  The first step in your hunt is the proper identification of your quarry. Trolls are roughly man-shaped, with lengthy, muscular arms that end in claw-tipped fingers. The creature's large mouth is filled with jagged teeth, all the better to crunch the bones of foolish hunters who didn't purchase my book.  Without a doubt, the troll's most distinctive and unusual feature is the third eye nestled in the center of its forehead.  A troll's hide is covered in thick, shaggy fur. The coloration of this fur varies by region. Cave troll fur is brownish in color, while a frost or snow troll will have a white coat.


Chapter II: Be fast! :runforhills:
So, you've properly identified a troll and now you're stalking the beast, ready to strike. You're in for a challenging battle, but a profitable one, assuming you survive.  The first thing you'll notice is that trolls are incredibly fast and strong for their size. A troll likes to pummel its prey into submission with powerful arm strikes and claw attacks. For this reason, I strongly recommend a shield.  If you're brave enough—or foolish enough—to fight without using a shield, then you'd better be an expert at parrying with whatever weapon you've got.  Trolls also have the ability to rapidly heal from their wounds. As such, you do not want to get into a prolonged fight with one. Speed and aggression are the key to beating a troll, because there is no creature that can outlast one.  Of course, speed and aggression will only take you so far against an angry troll. This is where my secret weapon comes in.


Chapter III:  Secret Weapon! :scratchchin:
Fire, my friend. Say the word and commit it to memory, for fire is the troll-hunter's ultimate weapon.  I can not overstate the importance of fire in battling a troll. Even trolls that don't dwell in cold climates are vulnerable to fire.  Why is the troll vulnerable to fire? Rumor holds that troll's regenerative abilities are less effective at healing burns. I don't really know the answer, but I can promise you this - fire works against trolls. This has been proven time and again.  So carry matches. :th_wellduh:


I hope this helps.  :popcorn:


God bless,


Shoot First Ask Questions Later . . . . Maybe

04 April 2014 - 01:25 PM

Officials defended their actions by saying they essentially had no choice but to shoot first and ask questions later.

Odd, our "Commander-in-Chief" will not even let our military operate in this manner in the middle of a war-zone, but police are perfectly justified in doing this on U.S. soil?




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