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You can also conceal carry a handgun. That’s also a good way defend yourself
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This is so cool
This is wonderful.
wished it had info on 8 round vs 10 round mags
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Are you really sure that they are wrong?
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idk how and when but these makeup transformations are a thing now and they’re killing me
I just get this really uneasy feeling that this trend has led to a lot of cultural appropriation at the hands of white people
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just stick your hands in boiling hot coffee. go on. do it. just shove your fingers on in that blistering hot cuppa joe. throw an egg in there. who gives a shit. eat your god damn coffee eggs like the stupid slobbering idiot that you are
thIS WHOLE FUCKING ARTICLE
convert your office into a horrible disaster
South San Francisco Bay, CA
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The Judgmental Map of the South Bay reminds me of when I lived there. And I lived there too long. Actually, that’s not completely true. It was OK until the last two or three years. The bad memories are worst from then. but I digress.
The judgmental descriptions were just as apt in the 1960s to the middle 1970s as they seem to be today. That’s except for the judgmental crap that didn’t exist 40 years ago. The area just east of Alviso, right along the Bay did—in my opinion—smell like shit. But that had to do with the content of the Bay mud as much as it did the local shit quotient.
The gooey, moldy, mountainous forested area between La Honda and Portola Redwoods was (and evidently remains) a good place to stash a body. Back in the 1969s (I use the date exactly, BTW), it was a good place to hide an entire cult, complete with unregistered births, deaths, an economy, buildings and maybe some space aliens and don’t ask how I know that. Because I don’t know how I know, I just know. But 1969 was an interesting year, trailing off to 1973.
The SW part was, and may remain, a good place to bring people rescued from the flyover states to start a new life. God knows it worked for me in another part of the South Bay that’s not on this map.
Had I remained, or even perhaps had wits about me when I was still there, I would have attended college at a place that’s located within the confines of this map like my aptitude tests suggested I should. And not at the place on the hill that everyone could see, even from Skylab. If I hadn’t ended up at an IPO I’d have ended up as a Ferrari service tech and that’s no joke!