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Thought it was strange seeing a car pretty much abandoned like that.

Oh, okay.

But if it was covered in a sheet, you'd think nothing of it, you know? :-) There are probably thousands of expensive cars sitting there getting dusty in the world right now. Though again many would probably have a tarp on them…

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Guy has a nice car, never gets to drive it? Forgot about it? The layer of dust is barely visible in photo but it's really thick. 

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Nobody tell @Nosevi about this! At least he has the sense to put a cover on his fine cars to collect the dust while he pounds golf balls next to it.

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Nobody tell @Nosevi about this! At least he has the sense to put a cover on his fine cars to collect the dust while he pounds golf balls next to it.

My girl's under a cover and in a bubble just to be safe :-)

I drive my car but Erik's right - you'd be surprised how many nice cars are just gathering dust. Shame really.

 

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Oh, okay.

But if it was covered in a sheet, you'd think nothing of it, you know? :-) There are probably thousands of expensive cars sitting there getting dusty in the world right now. Though again many would probably have a tarp on them…

Very true. I dunno. Grey car with the greyish dust sitting alone there like that. And no one wrote anything on it - until I traced out something very discreetly, but respectful. All that combined made it a little extra surreally strange to me. 

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Father/son Halloween costume - kid as John Daly complete w/cig. Oy vey.

https://instagram.com/p/9brK6WK-6n/

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When taking the last piece of chicken goes wrong:

http://news.yahoo.com/man-fatally-stabbed-taking-last-152100460.html

One of my old buddies married a girl (not sure if they are still married, I don't think they are) who stabbed her ex-husband in the neck with a fork for salting his soup.

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One of the funniest things I see on the internet is when folks take a funny remark so seriosly that they make fools of themselves. This is especially true on some of the social sites. I also realize that humor is not understood by all those who read such things.

Photo shopped picts are probably the best as far as bizzare goes. 

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58 minutes ago, nevets88 said:
 
 
 
 
 

 

Respect to the truck driver ......... but personally I like the hedgehog - he's got style :-) 

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Got this new Starbucks cup this morning and loved it. Mazel Tov!

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It is just hearsay until it isn't but this is on the interwebs now:

https://www.yahoo.com/tv/s/charlie-sheen-revealing-personal-announcement-today-show-182812899.html

If he in fact is HIV positive and knowingly engaged in unprotected sex with unwitting individuals (of course I would have to doubt both the sanity and competency of anyone who would sleep with Charlie Sheen) I hope that he is prosecuted just like any other person for it.

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Are smartphones black holes, slowly sucking away our souls?

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http://mashable.com/2015/11/12/obsessed-with-screens-art/#jT0Yf8xTl5qS

 

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Zach Johnson doing Babe Ruth's called shot. Cue up "The Natural" soundtrack.

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This is golf's equivalent to pulling out the sheet on the table without anything on it falling.

 

 

 

 

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Golf does curling, partner uses smooth end of rake to sweep water out of way for putt. LOL.

 

WTF?

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Check this swing out.

 

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