Cristina Laila from The Gateway Pundit reports, North Korea on Sunday said that Joe Biden made a big blunder after he insulted Pyongyangs nuclear program during his joint address to Congress and threatened corresponding actions.
Trump has already ended the Korean War. When Kim stepped across the DMZ and embraced the peacenik Moon, that action brought North Korea into the fold. North Korea was one of three not to have a Rothschild Central Bank. The remaining two are Iran and Cuba.
Bidet undid that. I've got news for you, we don't stand a chance against the Norks. The maternity flight suits won't be ready for three years, the rainbow BDUs are a disaster, the colors are all blending into one another, the missile silos are offline until the gay club retrofits are done and the castration surgeries for the remaining men are taking a lot longer than anticipated, not to mention the horrible color schemes on all our hardware are going to cause a huge pastel paint shortage.
LOL, it took me a couple, three months fighting with the goob to get enough proof together to prove who I am for the new Hoosierhickistan driver's license last April. No food stamp, welfare, disability papers available. My B/C didn't have my gender on it, my SS card disappeared somewhere between Cairo and Petrograd and I'm white.
LOL, I suppose you've got a point in there somewhere. Shoot, Horse posted a video with Ryan Dawson in it the other day. He used to be a skinny kid, now he's just an old fat man. I guess he's still in Asia (Japan), I thought he was in Hong Kong. Getting your brain mashed up is a strange thing.
The big problem with the Pintos was the stupid gas filler neck behind the license plate. A lot of cars had that back then, but most other cars on the road weighed twice what a Pinto did. Wasn't a problem with the wagons with the filler on the side. The old P/Us with the fuel tank in the cab behind the seat were pretty cool.
Oh, man. My old buddy Kip had a new one of those. It was silver with red, orange and yellow (I think) factory stripes on the side. I've always liked two-door wagons. I used to have a 78 or 79 Pontiac Sunbird wagon with a horribly underpowered 3.8l V6 and 5 speed. Some drunk kid rear- ended me before I even had a chance to desmog it and get it running right. Probably had less than 10k on the clock. I've got polaroids of that one. Those Kammbacks were a good looking car.
When I worked for Illinois Highways one winter they called me in three hours early for an 18 hour shift on weekend.
I had to stop and nap a couple of times toward the end of that one.
You just pull over and put out the lights on truck. You swing your legs across with your feet on the passenger seat. The plow controls were between your legs. We had hard hats with thermal liner and you just stuck your head in the corner of the cab and nodded off.
When you wake up and the windshield is covered with snow you know you've been sleeping. ;)