Discussion in 'Current Events' started by BIV, Feb 19, 2013.
Thoughts and prayers for Flush.Buy.Fuck and family.
If banning fire could save one life, its worth it. Now I know banning fire will not put an end to death by fire but it will reduce the number.
Then we have to limit the amount of kindling a person can have in their tinder boxes too!!
Standard word filler in all articles. Probably less than 1% of the time someone answers. They will call schools and banks and law offices at night and say nobody returned their calls yet.
They should try giving me a call. I'd return it. Over, and over, and over, and over, and over again.
I've lived for years right on gas mains that could blow up any time. It changes the way you think about everything.
I have a gas line into my house. It never blew up.
Fair point BB, I guess I should add some additional information.
These gas lines were blowing up all the time. Because they were old.
They're about half way through replacing them. All the time I drive around town and they're doing the work. Little sidestreets are blocked off and the result is an asphault square.
But not my street. Yet.
How did I forget, this was ONE, 1, one, block from me, oh yeah I know why I forgot because I'm scared to death and put it in the Dead Zone.
That's number 3.
I was hanging out there right before it happened. Shirt was off, drinking and smoking a cigar in that exact spot...
I remember hearing about those.
That's part of the problem with the waste in our society.
Too much goes to freebies for lazy people and not enough
goes to repair an aging infrastructure.
At least in Israel if you get blown up you can try to get revenge.
Busy night in KC tonight. One dead and four in custody in Northeast.
I've lived in KC all my life. My first thought was to wonder how mobbed up this place was.
You know my nephew, the tattoo artist?
You know a neighborhood called Strawberry Hill?
That's where all Croats used to live. Down on like 5th and Ann, across the highway from west bottoms.
Might have heard of it
Years ago I got good and lost in KC and ended up by a hand painted sign saying Strawberry Hill. I finally found my way out and haven't been back.
I found my thrill there.