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Steve Dallas replied to Will's discussion What's going on in those heads in the group The Great Debate
"Funny, I have always thought of the conservative as the coward. Their entire philosophy is built on the premise of not trying to do something new, to staying with the old. The very word, conservative is to take the easy way, to not challenge or push…"
19 minutes ago
Steve Dallas replied to Kneller's discussion Shoes for a night out
"I'll second this one. Been in boots since the mid-90's. First it was Justin Ropers, then I did the Wolverine work boots for years(after doing construction then working in a factory), quality went down so I went back to the Justin roper…"
23 minutes ago
John Muir replied to Will's discussion What's going on in those heads in the group The Great Debate
"I've heard screeds about some phantom "War on Women", but never from a liberal - just from conservatives yelling there's a boogeyman. I shop at Hobby Lobby and live in the belt buckle of the bible belt. Have you ever been to one,…"
27 minutes ago
Regular Joe replied to Kneller's discussion Shoes for a night out
"You might have to go custom"
40 minutes ago
Kneller replied to Kneller's discussion Shoes for a night out
"A lot of good suggestions here, except that my feet are 4E width and a lot of those shoes don't come in that width."
50 minutes ago
Carl Monster replied to Kneller's discussion Should I take this job in Philadelphia?
"Actually, on second thought, I would consider taking such a job if I could go to this every year: "
51 minutes ago
Steve Dallas replied to Will's discussion What's going on in those heads in the group The Great Debate
"So are you saying that liberalism is a false hope that things could ever get better and that conservatism is realizing that we are already in irreversible world of shit and just trying to hold on to it not be as shitty "
53 minutes ago
Regular Joe replied to Will's discussion What's going on in those heads in the group The Great Debate
"Steve: Obvious:  Duh."
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