for sure, billGRRR....we Democrat Party types are so emotional to the point of being nauseated, huh?
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No jacky, the very idea of me thinking like you is nauseating.
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The only similarity between North Dakota and West Virginia is that both states are wholly dependent on federal government welfare.
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billGRRR, I feel you probably think as I do also...that the MDN is really the Wheeling News...justa impersonating them...
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Thank you donnamay
i kinda wonder sometimes if your doctor shouldnt up your meds sometimes. that or pay attention to your therapist
well a lot of responsable people doent drink
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Funny thing r*dneck, landslide2014 also claims to not have had a drink in 30 yrs.
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very true but it is a choice a person does not have to drink i myself havent had a drink for 30 years
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No state drinks more beer than North Dakota.
The implications for health care and social dysfunction are simply not a laughing matter. North Dakota also has one of the nation's highest rates of middle-aged suicide.
Of course, the first step is to admit you have a problem.
booze helping ugly fellers fall in love
hey alls i gunna say is fat drunk chicks dig me and i like it.
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billGRRR, I feel I have the answer, and it's pretty obvious.....the state is pretty much all Democrats, justa voting for Republics so they will bring home all that welfare...did I get it right?
The average US household carries more than $15,000 in credit card debt.
Strange: Study Finds That Liberals Drink Lots More Alcohol
This probably has something to do with all the studies that find, again and again and again, that liberals are less happy than Conservatives.
A sobering new study published by the Journal of Wine Economics — yes, there is a Journal of Wine Economics — finds that alcohol consumption in American states rises as the population’s politics becomes more liberal.
The study by Pavel Yakovlev and Walter P. Guessford of Duquesne University in Pennsylvania shows a direct correlation between political beliefs and the demand for alcohol. The study compares sales of alcoholic beverages against the political leanings of a state’s members of Congress, as ranked by liberal organizations Americans for Democratic Action (ADA) and the AFL-CIO Committee on Political Education (COPE).
The research reveals that states with more liberal representatives like Nevada tend to consume up to three times more alcohol than conservative states.
tomorrow we roll out the peanacolada...
Jealous much garr? Come up with your own for a change.
My oh My that jack is funny! I never get tired of his routine of acting like he's a real Democrat. Long Island Iced Pea? Hilarious! Always relevent. It just never gets old. Or tired. Or boring. Or stale.
some of our favorite drinks...pea-r, pea and Coke, peagarita, peadriver, pea on the beach, peaquila, Long Island Iced Pea.....more to come at the new Free Lunch Counter Café 'Sports' Bar...in Hillsboro...
democrats have sombody else pay the bills
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and light cigars with 50 dollar bills
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"Deficits don't matter"
I'm an independent. I pay for the things I have and save up for the things I want. I'm not a Republican who borrows things then thinks I borrow my way out of dept
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Free, you would have the ultimate thrill when you have that thrill run up your leg like Chris Matthews did....
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