RL Bucktails

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  1. So over that sh@#t$&*e country.
  2. Naked machete-wielding Florida man tries to rob victim of clothing He wanted the shirt off his back. A naked Florida felon armed with a machete was arrested Monday after demanding a man’s clothes at knifepoint, according to the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office. The victim told deputies that Brandon Wright suddenly came running out of bushes where he was picking berries and told him to hand over his garments, wallet, and phone around 10 a.m., officials said. As he began complying, Wright suddenly hurled the machete at him — along with a handful of palmetto berries. The weapon bounced off of the victim’s chest and he avoided injury, deputies said. Still nude, Wright sprinted off and hopped into his white Dodge Challenger and fled the scene. Soon after, patrons of a nearby gas station told police that Wright had pulled up next to a pump and exited his vehicle. A police helicopter tracked Wright down and relayed his activities to a dispatcher. “He’s doing pushups at the entrance to the food store here,” the pilot states at one point. Video also shows Wright walking in the middle of the street as startled drivers maneuver around him. As deputies approached, Wright laid down next to his car and surrendered without incident. The sheriff’s office said Wright had prior convictions for kidnapping, gun possession by a felon, battery on a law enforcement officer, cocaine possession, and resisting arrest. He remains in custody without bond.
  3. Be careful, 99% sell fakes. Cubans are not worth cost anymore compared to domestics. They had a massive price increase not long ago. HABANOS, S.A. TO INTRODUCE NEW INTERNATIONAL PRICING POLICY April 29, 2022 Alexandre Avellar Cigar Industry Cigar News Cigar Scene Cuban cigar prices are expected to substantially increase in the coming days. According to reliable sources, Habanos S.A. intends to introduce a new international price homogenization policy, similar to that applied by global luxury brands. The bad news for smokers and connoisseurs of the acclaimed Habanos cigar is that the reference market to be used for price benchmarking will be none other than Hong Kong. As most of our readers will know, Hong Kong is probably one of the highest priced markets for Habanos in the world. The main brands that will be impacted with the new policy will be Cohiba and Trinidad as well as the Linea de Oro line from the Romeo y Julieta and the Linea 1935 from Montecristo. When the new policy is implemented, these products will see their worldwide sales prices in line with those charged in Hong Kong. The other Cuban brands (classified as Global, Value, Volume and Other) are also expected to undergo an adjustment, albeit likely on a lower scale than those expected for the lines described above. However, it is certain we will see much higher prices at all markets served by the company’s exclusive distributors. We spoke to some specialists and they are concerned this policy may make the sales price unfeasible in some markets as in some cases prices might be readjusted up to 150%. They also said that this scenario might result in the closure of some La Casa del Habano stores around the World.
  4. Your absolutely right. F that dumbass.
  5. F**k around and find out
  6. Yeah, this country is truly f***ed.
  7. Is it a man or woman? I don’t see any breasts?
  8. Get used to it, that’s the future. There’s an Amazon Fresh store they opened by me. The stop and shop by me has this robot thing that goes around to store checking for spills.
  9. I got it. Some things don’t smell the same. Hopefully goes back to normal some day.
  10. A letter or email is appropriate
  11. The oldest house in the United States is in St Augustine
  12. She is quite manish looking.