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Angel 3 year s ago
#46 i knew a guy who owned one of these, i thought it was so cool that the doors slid into the fenders
       
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Abner 3 year s ago
#45 Ireland - not Island
       
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Lonny 3 year s ago
Abner, It's funny how the mind works sometimes. When I read that, I read "Ireland". I guess my brain knew that's what it was supposed to say.
       
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Zachariah 3 year s ago
#36
"50 Stone".
Can we switch to another arbitrary measurement? I propose we start weighing things in fully laden ultra-large crude carriers. The bear weighs 0.0006 FLULCCs.

Also: the American date format is stupid.
       
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Caroline 3 year s ago
Zachariah,what you've just wrote... is one of the most insanely idiotic things I have ever read. At no point, in your rambling, incoherent response, were you even close to anything that could be considered a rational thought. Everyone on this site is now dumber for having read to it. I vote you down, and may God have mercy on your soul.

Edmund, Your native American name is "Makes stupid points". A stone is a unit equivalent to 14 pounds, so the bear weighs 700 pounds.
       
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Zachariah 3 year s ago
Caroline,
Yes, we all watched Billy Madison and had a laugh... 25 years ago, have a cookie.
My point still stands.
       
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Christine 3 year s ago
#9 - imagine trying to evacuate that city
       
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Titia 3 year s ago
#33 „Zwiebelmuster“ (onion pattern) is a famous design from Meissen, Germany, and it porcelain manufactory, but nothing Russian...
       
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Edmund 3 year s ago
#4. What is the native American's name though ?

#36. What, it is made from 50 stones ?
       
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Vallie 3 year s ago
#40 I had a chance to see this watch, interesting, but the place itself is to much crowd. This photo or it was taken in Coronavirus peak, or at 05AM or with closed square.
       

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