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Re: Work vs. Play

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11-07-2012 13:56:42

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You are going to have to quit watching doom and gloom on FOX NEWS. Happy days are here again!!!!

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Gary Baker

11-07-2012 16:55:12

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 Re: Work vs. Play in reply to Captainhookerus, 11-07-2012 13:56:42  
It was a very sad day.

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Have aGood Day

11-08-2012 03:44:29

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 Re: Work vs. Play in reply to Gary Baker, 11-07-2012 16:55:12  
Only for you.

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11-08-2012 17:21:03

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 Re: Work vs. Play in reply to Have aGood Day, 11-08-2012 03:44:29  
I agree with Gary, and Mark, things are going to get worse for the working class, each one of us are supporting 20 welfare babys, and their parents who get free money put on their credit card each month, free cell phone, free car repair, free rent, free heat, and with that said I need to go back to work so I can support the 20 babys, and their parents too, What gets me is how can so many people think this is ok

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mark us

11-07-2012 17:38:18

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 Re: Work vs. Play in reply to Gary Baker, 11-07-2012 16:55:12  
It's sad because the country was changed forever to a Socialist form of government and I'm sorry but I can't laugh about that like some of you that seem to believe it's a joke. Your kids and grandkids will never have the advantages that you have had. Yes you're right Gary it's a sad, sad day and no laughing matter and I don't care if you watch Fox or what, at least at Fox you could get another side of a story.

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11-07-2012 16:28:36

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 Re: Work vs. Play in reply to Captainhookerus, 11-07-2012 13:56:42  
don"t know about that, but you just made me laugh

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tom isenhart

11-08-2012 16:05:09

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 Re: Work vs. Play in reply to Dieselbear, 11-07-2012 16:28:36  
When your Goverment you just elected and their buddys at at the UN. come get your guns email me how funy you think that was!

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11-09-2012 07:53:34

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 Re: Work vs. Play in reply to tom isenhart, 11-08-2012 16:05:09  
I will not be able to. Because they will pry them from my cold dead hands,or be locked up from shootg them

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