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. So every witness to every crime is guilty ? (Stupidest post in this forum in weeks)
  2. Or Heinrich Himmler reincarnated ?
  3. It'll be leaked within hours
  4. Forgot to mention - cut a cross hatch pattern into the fat, down to the meat Otherwise the apple / pumpkin butter slides off Down to the meat so the flavor gets in there, fat acts as a barrier
  5. The free ham you get after spending $400 at ShopRite
  6. Instead of all that sickly sweet sugar and cloves and cinnamon stuff (which I hate) 1/2 hour to about 45 minutes before taking it out, schmear it with apple butter and let that bake in. Even better, pumpkin butter, but that can be hard to find The entire extended family loves it and insists I bring it at Thanksgiving and Christmas
  7. Agree - and twice the price Overkill for fluking
  8. The point of that as regards the thread topic is that the leftist MSM made Obama into some kind of messiah, when in truth he did more to wreck this countries economy than any other president in all of our lifetimes. At the same time these same outlets disparage Trump whose done more for the economy (and because of that minorities) then any president in the last 40 years. Fox is the only MSM outlet that's been getting it right And tomorrow's Mueller Report will likely be more of the same - Fox had it right while the other MSM outlets have been outright lying to our faces And someone had the audacity to call Fox "propaganda"? That just oozes hypocrisy
  9. Remember the "New Normal" ?? Barack Obama warns of unemployment being 'new normal' in US (from the) UK Telegraph By Toby Harnden In an interview with "60 Minutes" on CBS News, his first since the Democratic drubbing in last Tuesday's mid-terms elections, Mr Obama said that he sometimes gets "discouraged" about the poor economy but realised that it was not entirely his fault. "There are times when I thought that the economy would have gotten better by now," he said. "You know, one of the things I think you understand as president is you're held responsible for everything, but you don't always have control of everything, right?" He insisted he was not worried about another depression or recession but the unemployment rate, stuck at just below 10 per cent, was a major concern. "What is a danger is that we stay stuck in a new normal where unemployment rates stay high, people who have jobs see their incomes go up, businesses make big profits, but they've learned to do more with less, and so they don't hire," he said. "And as a consequence, we keep on seeing growth that is just too slow to bring back the eight million jobs that were lost. That is a danger. So that's something that I spend a lot of time thinking about." Mr Obama resisted expressing regrets about any policy decisions he had made but spoke with the same tone of contrition he exhibited in his White House press conference last Wednesday. He suggested his focus on good policy had carried a political price. "We were so busy and so focused on getting a bunch of stuff done that we stopped paying attention to the fact that, yeah, leadership isn't just legislation, that it's a matter of persuading people and giving them confidence and bringing them together, and setting a tone. "We haven't always been successful at that, and I take personal responsibility for that. And it's something that I have to examine carefully as I go forward." Mr Obama also said that he did not believe the elections had been a referendum on his presidency. "I think first and foremost, it was a referendum on the economy. And the party in power was held responsible for an economy that is still underperforming and where a lot of folks are still hurting."
  10. That's a question that's being asked in all sports now Guys get much bigger and much stronger, but tendons and bones stay the same - recipe for injury
  11. OK, rephrase - The "attempt" at a bird era is over
  12. Left plantar fascia tear I think the Bird era is over
  13. We used to use them all summer long for blackfish on the jetties
  14. Like it could get much lower