111th: Don't use what I say to frame your petty political agenda centuries from now. KTHX.
But when you play the physician you often get to touch the part of the body not usually discovered
Now if we could only listen to him about forming entangling alliances and political parties, all would be well. And if backward-ass religious types can go by writings from pre-dark ages, then I can use something from the founders of the country. XHTK
Manful recreation and laboring, as a matter of conscience, must not allow breast fire to die, be it celestial or loin, least be judged limp of dick.
112th: Don't talk about placing a tariff on horseless carriages, bitch.
What's with the giant caps for the Permalink & Post Comments links? Bleah.
What an uptight little priss he must have been. - Pres. Josiah Bartlett
Dude, I heard that motherfucker had like, 37 dicks.
Go back to your other Blogs, Poe.
I DO WHAT I WANT. And this is one of my blogs. Ma FAAAAAAAAAVORITE blog. Kill yourself.
he didn't write them at that tender young age, he wrote them down at that age. And silly as many sound today they were the foundation of his character, and it was his character, and his alone at times, that led to a republic. alas, we may no longer have the virtue to 'keep it' as Franklin challenged
#113 Marry a rich widow.
#114 Do not beat thy slaves too often or with great force or thy will have to deal with severe depreciation on thy slave's Blue Book value...
God, my kingdom for even a college student this astute . . .
@11 If we made it though a civil war, sedition acts, slavery, red scares, the White House being burned down, and Nixon, I think we can survive whatever silliness it is that you think has so irrevocably destroyed our virtue.
@12 for the highly accurate win.
Washington didn't write these. According to the Library of Congress,
This code of conduct is a simplified version of Francis Hawkins' Youths Behavior, or Decency in Conversation Amongst Men, which was based on a sixteenth-century set of rules compiled for young gentlemen by Jesuit instructors.
I heard it was likely based on a French book on the same subject.
@7: Beat me to it. Nicely done.
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you think this country as it currently conducts itself exhibits any virtue? I don't at least compared to Washington. Our current president is an infantile imbecile, and a great majority of the populace is the same (yes, you can say 'thus it was ever so') but at critical points in history sometimes you need something other than a total jackass in charge, say what you will about slave holding, etc., Washington was no GWB, and the quaint little 'rules' he forced himself to memorize were a big part of what he didn't turn out to be.
and just to say it, no, I don't think the republic has much of a future, we're very close to careening off the cliff that many a previous 'empire' has gone over... with the possible exception of the British (a rather decent fade) most empires have, and this is now how 'we' collectively apparently see ourselves. Washington would be appalled and deeply saddened.
but hey, the (incorrect) attribution of the authorship of these arcane manners to Washington as a young teenager makes for great entertainment in the comments... pass the bread, I'm off to the circus
@14, thank you.
And I'm a bit tired of the Good Liberals who act like this is the first time we've been involved with torture. That's about as silly as those who thought we lost our "innocence" in Vietnam.
OTOH, Nixon? Oh, good ol' Milhouse might be an improvement on this current lot. Never thought I'd say it...
Did he cover "passing of the winds"?
I forget. Did he cover "passing of the winds"? I think in those days it was a compliment on your cooking when a guest farted in your face.
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