Discussion in 'The Dungeon' started by rcarson15, Feb 28, 2018.
I was there on Friday w my sis! Roamed all through the paddock. Waited around the grill counter and never saw you!
I was out at the far end of P1 parking at the RV all day.
I thought surely you'd be by for a chili dog at some point That was my sister's first time at any track besides a drag strip and first time she ever saw motorcycles on track. She couldn't even talk the first 20 minutes it was great lolol.
I love it! We were about 30' from the other entire end of the paddock. I didn't get down by the stage and all until Saturday evening. Much simpler to just walk into the RV for food and drink
Haha can't blame ya!
I will be buying something from them next week when Im in town. Would have done it yesterday had I seen the news article....I was literally 100 yards from the store.
See if they might remove the apostrophy that's between the 5 and the S. Also, please check the price of the Springfield Saint.
Publix caved to the leftist pressure and intimidation tactics, announcing that they have decided to "suspend corporate-funded political contributions as we reevaluate our giving processes."
Reality Winner #2. Hating on your customers is bad business.
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Not for me, just read it all. On a chromebook.
I just clicked on the X and could read it all YMMV. I would not send a penny to those open boarder NYC dirtballs.
It's border, dawg; border.
Fell 4% while others thrived, lol. Buds and other stores are not hurting from Dicks being a dick... to themselves.
It is auto correct goat..auto correct.... well or sheeplish
Yep, it's another small step towards disarming us. The AR and AK type rifles have been available to the general public since the 60's. You just didn't see all these mass shootings in gunfree zones like you do nowadays. So, tell me, what's the difference between say, 1968 and today? Well, I can tell you that the AR and AK haven't really changed at all.
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