Books. Bikes. Boomsticks.
Mind the sword, mind the people watch, mind the enemy...too many mind. No mind.
No, no! That's pitcher as in a half-gallon pitcher full of cartridges! You know, since the SKS is obviously one of the most evilest of Spray-n-Pray bullet hoses, you load it by just pouring the bullets into it. Using the pitcher, of course.
Hey, maybe he was just trying to find some cool blog he dimly remembered about some chick who could talk baseball and guns, and those where the first search terms to come to mind. Well... it could be true. Want a cookie?:)
Izzat a banjo I hear? Maybe he means like them movin' pitchers...like them dubyadubya two pitchers, when them little Chinese fellers come acrost' the river an' up the hill wif' them hoomin' wave charges agin' the Germans. You know, Sands of Eewee Jeemy an' all. Bayernits, y'see...Regards,Rabbit.
"Thimble-headed gherkin."If you don't mind excessively, I'm going to appropriate that phrase and use it every day.
Yes, Virginia...idiots are abound on the intarw3bz, thanks to the wooden Albatross.
The guy who wanted the "pitchers" gave me some "advise". If you have "pitchers", make sure you don't "loose" them! God help Us, we are doomed!
They stopped bothering to teach spelling in public schools a few decades ago.You can tell if someone posting is well under 30 years of age ... they can't spell worth a damned.
Actually, the phrase you're looking for is "They can't spell worth a damn." "They can't spell worth a damned" isn't correct.I'm a public school teacher, a gun-owner, and I think Rush Limbaugh's a little too liberal for my taste. As far as public education goes, you can't build a mansion out of dog shit, which is what these so-called parents are handing us. I'm doing the best I can here, so lay off.
To the anonymous teacher-you folks do the best you can with what you are handed. (Most of you, anyway). From what I see with at least some kids in public, spare the rod and spoil the child applies. I can't imagine being a teacher these days in a public school system. (And no, I am not in favor of child abuse, but a corrective "thwap!" now and again is not gonna hurt anyone).
Compared to other 'public institutions,' mandatory compulsory schools are not especially corrupt or inefficient--they're just Wrong, that's all (Nixon inflection). They are nicely appointed prisons, and in prison, people get hurt. I won the 6th-grade spelling bee in 1963. Yesterday, I went to the last open house at the grade school. "We" are tearing it down. On the historical display, they misspelled the principal's name.
Anon:OK ... "damned" was incorrect grammar. But I did spell the word correctly.So, did you feel we were balming you? Feeling a bit guilty there?As for calling children dogshit ... so, if public school teachers cannot teach children English and writing skills ... then exactly what the fuck are we sending them to school for?Exactly who is responsible for children not learning English?Parents? Those same parents your administrators are taking money from, at government gunpoint, and telling them their children will be educated with said stolen funds?Those same parents, who are required to send their children to you for education, or be jailed for neglect?Seriously ... if you feel you are not primarily responsible for teaching these children, then why in the bloody damned hell ( better grammar there ) should anyone not fire your collective asses and immediately move to home-schooling?It couldn't possibly be any worse than what they are getting now.
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