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I saw moving prairie for around 30 hours last week. Make it stop.
Reminds me of when I died of dysentery.http://www.80stees.com/products/Dysentery-Oregon-Trail-T-shirt.asp
Reminds me of the cheesy fake earthquake in "Mackenna's Gold". Either that or the Sioux just attacked and Meade has whipped up the team as Ann draws a bead with her trusty Winchester.(She nails 'em like she nails prissy Lefty bloggers)
Thanks for aggravating all of your epileptic followers.
Ugh, doesn't this send Japanese children into seizures?http://www.cnn.com/WORLD/9712/17/video.seizures.update/
Rats.E.M. Davis beat me to it.
Althouse and Meade's excellent adventure. lol Chip.
Nicely done; 3 layers of time.Reminds me of being 8, in the back of a station wagon, staring at Iowa rolling past for hours.If Mom was smoking up front, that'd be perfect.
But there were no barns and silos. Is that prarie in a state park? Flat farmland should have barns and silos at regular intervals.
That sure was some bad acid.
Kid: Make the ochre-green stop, Mommy, make it stop.Mom: Get used to it, son. You were born in the midwest and you'll die in the midwest...of boredom.
Seen a buttload of wind-farms on I90 through southern MN, and trucks hauling individual parts for them to be installed. But none in SD, which is strange as it's seems to be one giant wind tunnel.
Biden is in Madison, stumping for Tom Barrett. This time, he goes straight for the firearm (muzzling?) metaphor: Barrett, said Biden, "is a backbone like a ramrod".
Makes me want to play Frogger.
Silos are obsolete. If you see one nowadays it's an empty, headless, concrete tube.
This picture is a hate crime. I think I'm going to feel sick for the rest of the day. And I'm neither Japanese nor epileptic.
I see the local paper is up to its old correction tricks.The editors apparently altered Biden's misspeak about Barrett. The online version earlier read, "is a backbone like a ramrod," and now it reads, "is (has) a backbone like a ramrod."
Those waves of grain look sorta' olive drab.
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