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  • Re: What the Fark???

    http://tv.yahoo.com/news/norway-plan...162045166.html

    Isn't that basically what is called "Yule Log" which is shown non-stop on Christmas Eve/Day in the States? At least in the Twin Cities area it is.
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    • Originally posted by Brenthoven View Post
      This case will probably end up being a walk in the park. Too bad he probably can't afford one of those fancy lawyers that cost an arm and a leg.
      Yeah, the case against him stands on its own merit. His defense will be one step behind the whole time unless they can spring him somehow. I guess they just put their best foot forward and hope he isn't left staring at his shoes as they announce the verdict.
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      • Originally posted by pirate View Post
        Yeah, the case against him stands on its own merit. His defense will be one step behind the whole time unless they can spring him somehow. I guess they just put their best foot forward and hope he isn't left staring at his shoes as they announce the verdict.
        They better keep an eye on him, lest he make a run for it.
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        • Re: What the Fark???

          I was in Boston over the weekend, and between Sat eve and Sun morn there was about 4" of snow. While walking to brunch Sun, I saw, not one, not two, but THREE cars in which the driver merely pushed the snow down to the bottom of the windshield.

          Yup, headlights were completely obscured, the hood was completely covered with snow, and there was even a mound of higher snow across the car at the bottom of the windshield. I suppose they were driving too slowly to worry about hitting a bump in the road that would toss all that snow right back up onto the windshield again.

          It's one thing to be rude to others, but when you are rude to yourself???? what the fark??
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            Originally posted by FreshFish View Post
            I was in Boston over the weekend, and between Sat eve and Sun morn there was about 4" of snow. While walking to brunch Sun, I saw, not one, not two, but THREE cars in which the driver merely pushed the snow down to the bottom of the windshield.

            Yup, headlights were completely obscured, the hood was completely covered with snow, and there was even a mound of higher snow across the car at the bottom of the windshield. I suppose they were driving too slowly to worry about hitting a bump in the road that would toss all that snow right back up onto the windshield again.

            It's one thing to be rude to others, but when you are rude to yourself???? what the fark??
            Back in the day I would stop those cars and offer the driver a choice - a $95 ticket for driving with an obscured view or the chance to get out of the car and clean off the snow.

            Option #2 also came with the obligatory stern lecture.
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              Originally posted by SteveP View Post
              Back in the day I would stop those cars and offer the driver a choice - a $95 ticket for driving with an obscured view or the chance to get out of the car and clean off the snow.

              Option #2 also came with the obligatory stern lecture.
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              • Re: What the Fark???

                Originally posted by FreshFish View Post
                I was in Boston over the weekend, and between Sat eve and Sun morn there was about 4" of snow. While walking to brunch Sun, I saw, not one, not two, but THREE cars in which the driver merely pushed the snow down to the bottom of the windshield.

                Yup, headlights were completely obscured, the hood was completely covered with snow, and there was even a mound of higher snow across the car at the bottom of the windshield. I suppose they were driving too slowly to worry about hitting a bump in the road that would toss all that snow right back up onto the windshield again.

                It's one thing to be rude to others, but when you are rude to yourself???? what the fark??
                Obscured view? If it doesn't snow that much, I never clean off my truck, snow ends up at the back of the hood, but it has never obscured my view, I look right over it.
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                    I kid you not. From The National Institutes of Health:

                    Rare Disease Day, held each year on February 28, was established to raise awareness about the estimated 7,000 rare diseases that affect about 25 million Americans.
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                      Originally posted by FreshFish View Post
                      They should have made it REALLY rare and pinned it on February 29.
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                      • Re: What the Fark???

                        Really?

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                        • Re: What the Fark???

                          Originally posted by MountieBoyOz View Post
                          It's French-Canada... That would seem to be par for the course up there...
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                          • Re: What the Fark???

                            I saw a car with pink eyelashes the other day. Yes, you read that correctly. What the fark, indeed.

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                            • Originally posted by jen View Post
                              I saw a car with pink eyelashes the other day. Yes, you read that correctly. What the fark, indeed.
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                              • Re: What the Fark???

                                Originally posted by MountieBoyOz View Post
                                No, not really.
                                If one reads to the end of the article, they will find:
                                * Note from the author: Although this article bears an uncanny resemblance to certain recent events, it is entirely satirical in nature. The author is not aware of any plans to legislate the francization of alphabet pasta.
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