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    Quote Originally Posted by davepool View Post
    They're not teachers anymore, they're "thought leaders".

    Parents need to pay close attention to what their kids are being taught these days, so they can counter the bullshit agenda. The administrators/teachers in our kids school district hated us, we challenged them on everything.

    The worst was this "make your day program" that basically tried to teach our son that self defense was bad, he had no right to punch the bully that hit him first.

    In think we're seeing that attitude now; in texas a crazy fuck attacks a man in his car with an AK and gets killed by the guy in the car defending himself, the media is calling the crazy fuck the victim and the guy defending himself the suspect
    The heterophobia being preached in schools right now, along with spectrum gender disorder, in addition to christophobia, is generating generations of vipers with little, if any, moral compass. Imagine these people inheriting nuclear weapons.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alismith View Post
    I wonder if the guy in the car could sue the media for defamation....? It would be great if it were possible to start holding them accountable and hitting them where it hurts....in the pocketbook....
    That doesn't work anymore......the puppet masters have deep pockets.

    Soros, the ChiComs, NWO or whoever is behind all this will simply pony up the money and give them a pat on the head and an attaboy.

    Just like the protestors getting bailed out as soon as they're arrested, or the treasonous Dems who are out spending everyone come election time, money is no object.

    Spreading lies and getting their people in power is far more important to them than money. Besides once they take over and hold the reins of power and the economy they will make their money back in spades.
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    Quote Originally Posted by davepool View Post
    They're not teachers anymore, they're "thought leaders".

    Parents need to pay close attention to what their kids are being taught these days, so they can counter the bullshit agenda. The administrators/teachers in our kids school district hated us, we challenged them on everything.

    The worst was this "make your day program" that basically tried to teach our son that self defense was bad, he had no right to punch the bully that hit him first.

    In think we're seeing that attitude now; in texas a crazy fuck attacks a man in his car with an AK and gets killed by the guy in the car defending himself, the media is calling the crazy fuck the victim and the guy defending himself the suspect
    I think that has more to do with skin tone than not liking or approving of self-defense (which they also don't like).
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    Random photo thread guys. Please discuss teachers in a new or other thread.

    There, I have done my admin work for the next year...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Full Otto View Post
    I have no desire to hug a bag of rocks. Hugging an "erector set" is not my idea of fun.

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    Me too !!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JTHunter View Post
    I have no desire to hug a bag of rocks. Hugging an "erector set" is not my idea of fun.
    Lillian Muller..at age 60..She was in Van Halen's Hot for teacher video
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    Where are we going and why are we in this handbasket???

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    Quote Originally Posted by weevil View Post
    I believe that's a 1958 FORD FAIRLANE 500 SKYLINER RETRACTABLE HARDTOP CONVERTIBLE like this one -
    https://www.barrett-jackson.com/Even...VERTIBLE-91728

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunreference1 View Post
    I believe that's a 1958 FORD FAIRLANE 500 SKYLINER RETRACTABLE HARDTOP CONVERTIBLE like this one -
    https://www.barrett-jackson.com/Even...VERTIBLE-91728

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    Those are just the coolest thing to watch open and close.

    I have a buddy with an old Lincoln convertible, it's a soft top but it uses that same system with the trunklid coming up and and little flaps opening and closing. Very cool to watch in action.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Full Otto View Post
    Lillian Müller

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    Just some random pic that I found. Makes me smile. That's all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by weevil View Post
    Those are just the coolest thing to watch open and close.

    I have a buddy with an old Lincoln convertible, it's a soft top but it uses that same system with the trunklid coming up and and little flaps opening and closing. Very cool to watch in action.
    They're even cooler when you sitting inside

    My dad fixed one of those tops for his friend when i was 12. The guy bought a beautiful 57 with a mangled up top. took him 4 weekends to repair and i got to sit in and watch it working, it is cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by davepool View Post
    They're even cooler when you sitting inside

    My dad fixed one of those tops for his friend when i was 12. The guy bought a beautiful 57 with a mangled up top. took him 4 weekends to repair and i got to sit in and watch it working, it is cool.
    Definitely something cool to see.

    I may have posted it before but here's the Lincoln with the top down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tank_monkey View Post


    Just some random pic that I found. Makes me smile. That's all.
    Julia Rose - https://birthdaywiki.com/julia-rose

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    Quote Originally Posted by weevil View Post
    Definitely something cool to see.

    I may have posted it before but here's the Lincoln with the top down.

    Looks like a 1966 Lincoln Continental Convertible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by weevil View Post
    Definitely something cool to see.

    I may have posted it before but here's the Lincoln with the top down.

    That has such clean lines, and suicide doors. i had a 69 caddy convertible you had to snap a cover over when it was down, it was tricky sometimes

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    Quote Originally Posted by davepool View Post
    That has such clean lines, and suicide doors. i had a 69 caddy convertible you had to snap a cover over when it was down, it was tricky sometimes
    Is that parked in front of a strip club? I see the Ladies Day Tuesday and Seniors Day Wednesday sign in the background

    I don't know if getting a geriatric up on the pole is a good idea, someone could loose a hip!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NAPOTS View Post
    Is that parked in front of a strip club? I see the Ladies Day Tuesday and Seniors Day Wednesday sign in the background

    I don't know if getting a geriatric up on the pole is a good idea, someone could loose a hip!

    No it's a quick lube...there aren't any good strip clubs around here. If you tip him good the guy washing the windows might flash you a tittie.
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