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  1. Yeah this reminds me of that time Steve Earle said "Townes Van Zandt is the finest songwriter in America, and I'll stand on Bob Dylan's coffee table in my cowboy boots and say it to his face." Somebody told Townes Steve had said that, and Townes said "I've met Bob Dylan's bodyguards, and if Steve thinks he can stand on Bob Dylan's coffee table, he's sadly mistaken."
  2. We'll see how ride or die she really is when the shithammer comes down for real. This right now is just the pre-season of his misery.
  3. I saw some documentary when I lived in England and some Earl or Duke or something from a super "old" English family said his own family viewed Liz and the rest of the Royals as "frightfully middle class."
  4. What does "prohibited from marrying" mean? I had sex with lots of chicks anyone who ever cared for me as a child would have prohibited me from marrying.
  5. Side trip to Liberty County, home of Piney Woods Dick Tracy villains: Piney Woods Dick Tracy villains...Dang I Including this guy because one of his charges was "hunting squirrels out of season." If she had a kid with the dude below, you might balance out their foreheads... Liberty County Dime Wanted on a warrant out of Alabama Jesus...(DWI: Not even once. Or twice, in this dude's case, allegedly)
  6. For fans of the HBO series: an interview with the director is here. (Great podcast, BTW, as mentioned a few times upthread. If you want to take a deeper dive after seeing the series, there is no better place.)
  7. But you don't have to clean it up, so there's that.
  8. As a close follower since mid-2018, and a connoisseur of idiotic mass movements, I'll miss it, but like the man said: in the end, isn't it all about the friends we made along the way?
  9. It's just sad things like this are so humdrum here. I've lived in other countries -- if twin youths from a middle class family wasted three generations of their own family, it would be national news for a week or two. This one seems to have made barely a ripple outside DFW.
  10. It's a nice little appetizer, but the main course is still down the road. That ruling only concerns the plaintiffs' attorney fees.
  11. Pro tip for you real estate moguls: harness the awesome power of the fire-starting propensities of the homeless for any insurance infernos you may need for your white elephant vacant properties, if such exist in today's Austin. I've seen this in action in Houston; whole neighborhoods have been flipped with a couple of convenient fires in nuisance properties.
  12. I guess this one fell between the cracks because: the shooters were only active long enough to kill themselves and their whole family there were only six victims only Muslims died, we didn't hear from the "religion of peace" mob It says a lot about this country that such an odd and terrible case draws so little attention, especially when it happened reasonably near where probably at least 20 percent of Shaggy posters live. (Not picking on y'all; maybe this case wasn't that widely covered even in DFW.)
  13. I wish that was twice as long as it was, but I am glad they ran it.
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