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Name: Mike
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Hometown: Hays KS
Member since: Wed Mar 25, 2020, 12:07 AM
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Ornery, before getting upset with something you didn't understand where I was coming from, consider that I was probably teasing or pulling your leg. Apple doesn't fall far from the Ornery Tree.

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Car dragged 8 miles on Kan. highway before the semi driver noticed



JOHNSON COUNTY óLaw enforcement authorities continue to investigate an accident that sent a woman to the
hospital just before 3:30a.m. Wednesday in Johnson County.

According to Leawood Police, a Kia compact vehicle driven by a 28-year-old woman traveled southbound through a
red light at State Line Road just off Interstate 435.

The car struck the right rear of a westbound Freightliner semi driven by a 70-year-old Overland Park man. The truck
continued to the on-ramp to westbound Interstate 435 and dragged the car underneath for the next eight miles.
Both vehicles finally came to rest near Lackman Road in Lenexa.

https://hayspost.com/posts/7801016e-9c57-4484-ad7a-9fc199f895cb

Wonder if too much snow on the ground prevented sparks from flying?

How many hot dogs do you see?

Does this dress make me look......

Public Service Announcement From NASA

Got a big laugh out of Tucker Carlson

We found Individual One

And it's a real self portrait proving he has big hands.

Q nuts believe tfg is still President

How to make republicans "WOKE"

Stopped in the VFW yesterday afternoon shortly before the national news came on the tube. After all the
hellos I asked the group "Hear about the latest classified documents discovered?" Got a lot of "Biden's" and
"How many this time", then I informed them it was Pence, it lead to a lively discussion about checking
all elected officials and why we need new laws & guidelines regarding them.

Then after the national news went off it dawned on me they never mentioned the FBI agent who was arrested,
so I brought that subject up with a "I can't remember all the details but it appears he was on Putin's payroll",
"look it up" and out came the smart phones.

Awful quiet while they're reading when it dawned on me that in my red town almost everybody only watches
FQX and they tend to not cover stories that paint Rs negatively. So then I brought up McCarthy's FAIR TAX ACT,
another lively discussion and no one approved of it.

There it is, in our daily interactions with Rs if they are holding a smart phone bring a subject up, play ignorant
of all the facts and encourage them to help you out by looking it up. MAKE THEM WOKE.


On a side note, Tim challenged me on something and I flipped on him and asked if he would be a good Judge in a
dispute? "Sure" he said, then I said "Defendant A claims he is fair & balanced and that defendant B lies all the time
and don't trust him" "Are you going to listen to B's side of the story??"

"Been obvious tonight there's things going on you are unaware of and should be. Go and watch The Last Word
With Lawrence O'Donnell on MSNBC, he's not a far left crazy, more middle of the road, he will not hurt you.

Glad I got out of there alive after badmouthing FQX but it was hard to argue with my questions. Remember
when dealing with them while holding a phone questions work better than statements.

Kansas hunter died after dog stepped on rifle

The Sumner County Sheriff's Office says a man died over the weekend after his dog stepped on a rifle,
causing the firearm to discharge.

The incident happened at around 9:40 a.m. Saturday in the 1600 block of 80th Street, north-northeast of
Geuda Springs. The sheriff's office said the man was sitting in the front passenger seat of his pickup and
he had hunting gear and a rifle in the backseat.

"A canine belonging to the owner of the pickup stepped on the rifle causing the weapon to discharge," the
sheriff's office said. "The fired round struck the passenger who died of his injuries on scene."

Joseph Smith was 30 years old and was from Wichita.

https://www.kake.com/story/48213408/sheriff-hunter-dies-after-dog-steps-on-rifle-in-backseat-of-pickup-truck


Any hunter safety class will instruct hunters to always unload their rifles while driving between locations,
never ever trust the safety being accidentally switched to fire with a dog or children around.

Always remember when talking to any reQublican



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