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That begs the question then: why are 1/2 of Americans already tired of him? You'd think an orator as incredible as you/Mean claim he is, would leave the crowd begging for more. Is it his policies people don't like? His wife...pastor.....what? a lot of folks don't trust good speakers, especiall...
then obviously you failed to remember the elections of 2004, 2000, 1996, 1992, 1988, 1984............... john kerry was not a good candidate. but he sounded like a president in the debates. he shredded w. helped him gain some momemtum even. just not enough. step outside your rosy colored view of yo...
Grasping!!!!!!Maitre D wrote:
What does it matter? The whole point was, Obama is (1) trailing his party's polling by a big margin and (2) this despite running vs. a bad candidate.
The fact even 1 single poll showed them tied....hell, even up 5!.....proves my point about Obama's weakness as a candidate.
Yes, it's incredibly f'in easy. If you are going to somebody at Home Depot for advice, you shouldn't be doing it at all. Dimmers have wattage limitations and more points of failure than a standard switch. While it's not likely to be the installers fault, if the dimmer is bad, you get some heat, sta...
- Mon Jul 28, 2008 7:44 pm
- Forum: Kansas Suburbs
- Topic: OFFICIAL: The Legends at Village West
- Replies: 1882
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made the mistake of trying to go here this weekend, what a hell hole, reminds me of a mega truck stop in the middle of nowhere. Must of been back to school folks, last year didn't seem so bad.
Went there tonite with the family, great as usual. Place was packed, in the past would be half full on a weeknite. The owner said he was going to go on a permanent "farewell" tour like all the aging rock stars. They will be missed, high class and unpretentious with killer martinis.
- Fri Jul 11, 2008 10:11 pm
- Forum: Kansas City Scene
- Topic: Blanc Burgers & Bottles
- Replies: 416
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Most of the office went for lunch today, 5-6 people, consensus was very positive except for the wait, and this is not a typically foo crowd. Give them their food for luch! Apparently it's now on the permanent lunch list.
I've been to quite a few art fairs and I'm pretty convinced it is a major industry backed by national companies. The art produced at each art fair I've been to - Plaza, Brookside, Westport, P&L, art fairs in other cities are almost all exactly the same. The type of art you will find is formulaic in...
- Sun Jun 29, 2008 4:57 pm
- Forum: General Kansas City
- Topic: KC in TV and Movies
- Replies: 1689
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Not sure if this was brought up but The Lookout has been on cable lately, a thriller based around KC area (but shot in Canada as usual). It has Blvd Beer all over it. An above average thriller at that... m I saw that! They were a bit confused though, the kid lived in rural Kansas ...
- Sun Jun 29, 2008 4:54 pm
- Forum: Out of Town Talk
- Topic: Storm damaged Qwest Center, Omaha
- Replies: 42
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Actualy that looks like shoddy workmanship like the first photo. It just goes to show how contractors are cutting corners to get the job done quicker. I have issues with gyp board exteriors along with faux stucco on insulation board as well, but it's not a workmanship issue, it was probably i...