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Gold medals aren't really made of gold. They're made of sweat, determination, and a hard-to-find alloy called guts.
Noooooo not tonight. Last night, when the sexy bartender was buying my buddy and I shots, my buddy left at like 130am, and I ended up staying at the bar until damn near 330am just drinking with the bartender....for free. I was there for almost 6 hours, got hammered drunk and only paid 11 bucks. I did leave a very nice tip though. Anyways, I was hungover as hell all day.
"A good burn is like good sex. It's simple, to the point, and leaves your victim totally destroyed."--Kenny Drebsen
You still hitting that?
Aren't your Lakers in a must win situation right now?
Utah lost so they're in regardless
Oh. NBA sucks anyway.
THe other one then
Perk did you hear what happened in Waco? Sad, toll at 70 now
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BREAKING: Massive explosion at a Waco TX, fertilizer plant reports of it being felt 65 miles away. http://i.imgur.
This guy is an idiot. If he was alone I could think it was ok but with a kid he is an idiot.
Explosions rocked a fertilizer plant in West, Texas, Wednesday evening as firefighters were battling a fire, causing multiple injuries, authorities said.
Dani Moore, dispatcher with the Texas Department of Pubic Safety, said she did not know how many were injured or the extent of their injuries.
"The fertilizer plant was on fire. Firefighters were on the scene. There was an explosion ... followed by a second explosion,'' she said.
She said there were multiple damages to structures and vehicles. She said she had no information on the cause of the blasts or fire.
WFAA.com reported at least 10 structures were on fire, including a school which is next door to the plant. An emergency triage center was set up at a high school football field.
The TV station said on its website that a shock wave was felt in parts of North Texas.
The Waco Tribune reported injuries to several people including firefighters.
The fertilizer plant is about 20 miles north of Waco and just off Interstate 35.
KWTX.com reported one of the nearby buildings damaged was a nursing home, and state troopers transported some of the injured to hospitals in patrol cars.
It also said the explosion knocked out electrical power to part of the community.
Hillcrest Baptist Medical Center in Waco, was receiving some of the injured. Answering the phone at the hospital, Karen Jackson said she could provide no information on the number of injured or the extent.
Jesus. Jumper from here lives in Waco. Hope he's OK.
This is random, but just looked at the rain totals so far in the last 24 hours. Right around IC they've had over 6 inches. Here in CR is right around 4. That's a lot of rain boyz......and Misty.
T and Ps
I think he has posted after it happened
He posted80 minutes ago this happened at around 8. It happened in West? That mean anything to ya perk?
This post was edited by HawkiBrad55 12 months ago
It's 100 miles away from me.
Finally home, long night at work and its been far too long since someone has posted in this thread.
Lovin...are you out there?
Oh I'm here brah
Sorry, I've been distracted.
I wandered off in a stupor and haven't been paying attention to the board. My bad.
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