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  1. … I want you to come on, come on, come on, come on and take it Take another little piece of my heart now, baby (whoa, break it) Break another little bit of my heart now, darling, yeah, yeah, yeah (whoa, have a) Have another little piece of my heart now, baby You know you got it if it makes you feel good Oh, yes indeed
  2. What happened here As the New York sunset disappeared I found an empty garden among the flagstones there Who lived here He must have been a gardener that cared a lot Who weeded out the tears and grew a good crop And now it all looks strange It's funny how one insect can damage so much grain 😢
  3. Fred Jackson returns for a lil' ass play.
  4. You are DEFINITELY not wrong on the wait times!! But it's a once/year thing for me and I know, going in, that there will be a wait. What's cool is that, while you wait, they let you get drinks at the bar and bring them outside to drink.
  5. The topic is Watson, who the NFL is currently in "negotiations" with to get him back on the field after dozens of women have accused him of sexual assault. And it's fair to bring up Kaepernick in this conversation, because he is also a QB who never hurt a single person on the planet, yet the NFL did everything they could to make him disappear. I guess a song is more important than a woman.
  6. Are you, of all people, seriously lecturing me on going off topic in a thread? I didn't bring up Kaep. But the fact that he was brought up IS relevant.
  7. Making it a wormhole is the problem. Nextmanup made a GREAT point. AND relevant. Kaep was a marginal starter who had the audacity to bring to light social injustice and the NFL blackballed him. Watson was/is an in demand starter who just happens to be a sexual predator with at least dozens of victims. And the NFL is finding a way to get him back on the field/on television/make them money. This is a "wormhole" that needs to be gone down, in my opinion. The NFL was wrong for blackballing Kaepernick and they are even more wrong for protecting Watson. It is f*cking gross.
  8. Not ONE Edmunds highlight?!?!
  9. Don't speak I know just what you're sayin' So please stop explainin' Don't tell me 'cause it hurts
  10. I've never once had poor service at the Bar Bill. It's actually always been great.
  11. Agree with Fergs. Go to EA and a dozen wings with a mini weck is a fantastic combo.
  12. When I do partake, I use a vaporizer (https://arizer.com/solo2/) which significantly reduces the smoke and just gives me the good stuff. I'll bring it to the Steelers game and let @mragsgive it a whirl!!
  13. Agreed. "Just Say No" was a colossal failure. Totally out of touch, tone deaf, illogical and impractical.
  14. The MJ transaction is perfectly legal. I plan on eating all of the edibles in Mass., before driving back home.
  15. https://berkshireroots.com/pittsfield-adult-menu/?dtche[category]=flower It's in the $55-$65 range.
  16. I've never grown marijuana and based on my garden, I doubt I could. I can go across the border to Mass., and get flower from a dispensary, but that is expensive. I do have a trusted source (a former employee, LOL) and I don't partake very often. So, I drive an hour every couple months to meet her/get trusted weed. As a matter of fact, I'm meeting her tomorrow, then heading to Mass., to get some edibles at a dispensary. If I ever lost this person as my source, then I'd just bite the bullet and get the flower from a dispensary. I take no chances.
  17. You even need to be careful buying weed now. Dealers are lacing that with fentanyl, too. The days of scoring a dimebag from any Joe Schmo you meet are long gone. Way too risky.
  18. Actually, blowing smoke was something that doctors did back in the 1700s, so don't sell yourself short! http://www.todayifoundout.com/index.php/2014/05/origin-expression-blow-smoke-ass/#:~:text=When someone is “blowing smoke,blew smoke up people's rectums. Back in the late 1700s, however, doctors literally blew smoke up people’s rectums. Believe it or not, it was a general mainstream medical procedure used to, among many other things, resuscitate people who were otherwise presumed dead. In fact, it was such a commonly used resuscitation method for drowning victims particularly, that the equipment used in this procedure was hung alongside certain major waterways, such as along the River Thames (equipment courtesy of the Royal Humane Society). People frequenting waterways were expected to know the location of this equipment similar to modern times concerning the location of defibrillators. Smoke was blown up the rectum by inserting a tube. This tube was connected to a fumigator and a bellows which when compressed forced smoke into the rectum.
  19. Except one that includes a former Bill, perhaps.
  20. No addict wants to be an addict. If it was as easy as saying, "well, I think I'll stop using meth or heroin today," then the crisis wouldn't exist. The fentanyl just makes already addictive drugs even more addictive and I'd guess that most users know that they're playing Russian roulette every time they score. But their bodies are in control of their minds at that point. It's not an easy fix.
  21. I have to counter that with a good Police song! The afternoon has gently passed me by The evening spreads its sail against the sky Waiting for tomorrow Just another day God bid yesterday goodbye Bring on the night I couldn't stand another hour of daylight
  22. I wonder how many Toronto, Pittsburgh or Cleveland fans there are in WNY. All of those teams are significantly closer than NYC.
  23. He should be banned for life. The NFL needs to start taking a serious stance against domestic violence and sexual assault. They need to adopt a true zero tolerance policy ... and it should start with this scumbag.
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