Sudsy

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About Sudsy

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  • Birthday 06/06/1962

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    Stripers, Freshwater, softball, football (GO JETS)
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    Industrial Real Estate Brokerage (Building Pimp)

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  1. Actually a range ball, considered uncommon in our waters this time of year
  2. In that price range you can't beat a Dexter
  3. Moments of absolute brilliance Moments where I should be wearing a helmet on the short bus So overall about average
  4. Was wondering how long it was going to take for someone to pick up on that
  5. Had they extended them and added breakwaters back in 1995 like we wanted them to, none of this would be an issue right now and we would have saved 100's of millions of dollars
  6. Which brings us right back to the welfare system that promotes single parent households
  7. Simple, Two single individuals, one a mother with children, receive more in benefits that the same married couple. Welfare actively penalizes marriage by reducing benefits when low-income couples do marry. For example, a single mother with two children who earns $15,000 per year will generally receive around $5,200 per year from the Food Stamp program. However, if she marries a father with the same earnings level, her food stamps would be cut to zero. A single mother receiving public housing benefits would receive a subsidy worth on average around $11,000 per year if she was not employed. But if she married a man earning $20,000 per year, these benefits would be cut nearly in half. Look at what is happening in the news in Lakewood with the Hasidim. They are married in their religion but not in a marriage recognized by the state - this way they receive far more in benefits.
  8. Top, Swiss army style - no idea what make, was my father's. He got it when he was a kid in Germany when my Grandfather was stationed there following the war. Left, bone handle hunting knife - Edge Brand, Solingen Germany Right, wood handled hunting knife, Western, USA (I love this blade) Bottom, Gerber Bird and Trout knife
  9. Watch this, extremely enlightening explaining why we have the government and voting system we have Will completely answer your question
  10. Since the lunatic fringe is so invested in women's rights, how are they not losing their minds over Hillary's latest statement, basically saying that women are weak and afraid to make their own decisions. Just for the chuckle i sent this to my wife and a friend, both very strong willed women. Now I'm kicking back waiting to watch the fireworks, they're both going to completely wig But, said Clinton, even though women liked and respected her — an observation American women might disagree with generally — they were too afraid to stand up to the oppressive Patriarchial hand that often forces them to hide their allegiance to womankind. “Women will have no empathy for you because they will be under tremendous pressure — and I’m talking principally about white women — they will be under tremendous pressure from fathers, and husbands, and boyfriends and male employers, not to vote for ‘the girl,'” she said.
  11. Since we're talking about the old Giants / Eagles teams - you might (not) enjoy this
  12. Right, my bad Hey I was within two years, I'm lucky to remember yesterday so that's pretty good