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[quote]Youll love that when an uninsured POS plows into you[/quote] He also drives a 2013 Silverado that in all likelihood is around 150k miles, you have to be realistic what an insurance company will pay out. Just went through this on a 2015 Honda Odyssey with 94k that my wife drives. She was h...
[quote]much of his net worth are in his book deals.[/quote] Try kickbacks from "sustainable" energy companies that wouldn't survive without stimulus from the taxpayers. Or hush money from The Big Guy and Killary to not throw flags on foul play....

re: Do you use your dining table?

Posted by bountyhunter on 6/9/24 at 1:36 pm
[quote]Now the "formal" living room - that's what we have no use for[/quote] This is kind of the case here too. Open floorplan living room has a ton of outside light and that affects the picture on the TV. Pretty much we use the media room upstairs for movies or TV binge sessions. Kids are using th...

re: Do you use your dining table?

Posted by bountyhunter on 6/9/24 at 12:34 pm
Good topic. Our house in the Houston area is a weird floorplan. It had a small formal dining room space that was open to the foyer. We walled it in and put a matching French door similar to the one on the opposite side of the foyer to the office. Turned it into a bonus room that we have our home ...
They are ok. To me, the PG13 rating limited the movie extremely. It would have been better if they made it R and amped up the gore and target audience level (similar to Deadpool but maybe a little less raunchy). Tom Hardy does a great job, the plots are usually pretty basic and the dialogue is above...
The Mario movie from the 90s was probably the worst movie I've ever seen....
[quote]Killers of the Flower Moon[/quote] Not going to lie, I hated that movie. Way too long and drawn out....

re: Gary Cole is a great actor

Posted by bountyhunter on 6/6/24 at 8:45 pm
Also Lumbergh in Office Space. Mike Judge is a master at character creation in movies, Gary Cole and Stephen Root both made that movie for me. Edit: Guess I'm "sorta" not alone on this one....
[quote]They finally shifted the eastbound lanes onto the new road near the welcome center a couple of weeks ago. Getting closer to being done.[/quote] Noticed that too. I know it's a tough area to build anything but with the time it's taken to do this project you would think that they were building...
A Bridge Too Far Saving Private Ryan Both to me are great for different reasons. ABTF had a crazy good cast, studded with names everyone recognizes today. There are others but I'm drawing blanks....
[quote]Pride is one of the deadly sins.[/quote] Almost like opinions differ, much like opinions on theological details such as "deadly sins". Just pointing out that you are choosing a restricted world view while simultaneously complaining about not understanding another point-of-view....

re: Pop fly

Posted by bountyhunter on 6/3/24 at 8:35 pm
You putting that on him entirely? Team went into it's mid-season form and forgot how to hold a baseball bat....
Buy a Flipper and a fob off of Amazon. While you still can, some states have outlawed them....
[quote]People are quick to want another owner. But be prepared to have that team move at some point if that happens. Like it or not, Gayle is the best shot at keeping the team in Louisiana.[/quote] That's the only positive piece in my opinion and I agree. The first thing the next owner will try to ...
[quote]BTW does anybody know what the "one comment" was?[/quote] I think he's referring to the stuff during the kneeling "controversy" where Drew basically said that its disrespectful to the people that died in defense of the country. Then he backpaddled to try to save his locker room and NBC contr...
[quote]It was a tragedy, yes. take the police dept to court? Absolutely.[/quote] There have been many precedents set that state law enforcement is not responsible or liable for their responsiveness in these situations. ...
This kind of thing happens a lot. I don't gamble at casinos for this reason and many others. However, I will play poker on occasion. ...
That's all cities now. Downtowns are overrun with the homeless and beset with high crime. The basic level of common decency is long gone and with it any hope for the American inner-city....
[quote]GreatLakesTiger24[/quote] Sounds like you don't live in Louisiana and you probably shouldn't comment....