I know the man is serious. He has enough hiker food in his house to last for months (and the treatment supplies to survive as well)
and he hikes fast.
prediction-if he sets out, he will finish in 07. I hope to be an able quartermaster for him.
Chaucer, I hardly knew her! (I believe that was the context)Terrapin_too-"There's only one way to do that, sir: Chaucer."
Check out "The Miller's Tale". Great reading. I can't quote it here because its a little too strong for some folks.Lone Wolf-"Who's this Chaucer?"
Hay look at the time of my previous post. It's 00:00
70,000 dollars? Say it ain't so Joe, say it ain't so. Somewhere, deep down inside, I wish I could have blown 70 grand that I've already paid in taxes.
That's my dog, Echo. He's a fine young dog.
shades, im startin at amicalola as per my old fashioned minnesota smithlike belief in a purist hike. and my first aid kit collection has a 50 person size but i stopped collecting first aid crap cause i figure ill just let suckers die in the end times. i got enough for 50 though.speaking of survival gear for city dwelling end of world hopefuls,..... im quite proud of my water consumption figures and stores of filtering methods. as well i have studyed all the known ways to make fire . im up to 54 ways without matches. and im looking into buying a canoe or raft of some sort to hang from my one bedroom apt ceiling. i figure the flood is commin and ill have the only boat at 16th and snyder.think of the trade possibilitys! im gonna rule in the afterworld. you know,.. the mad max world thats a commin?
ill match my double 00 buck against a 401k anytime. nwe all should be diggin foxholes on the at! (kidding)
i wouldnt wipe my ash with a lawer. and taxes are due. there is no excuse not to pay. and my art will sell one day and god will make me rich in lots of ways. actually im learning alot about stress management from the irs situation in my life. ive learned that bourbon is better than canadian whisky.
This carpenter had lately wed a wife
Whom lie loved better than he loved his life;
And she was come to eighteen years of age.
Jealous he was and held her close in cage.
For she was wild and young, and he was old,
And deemed himself as like to be cuckold.
Fair was this youthful wife, and therewithal
As weasel's was her body slim and small.
A girdle wore she, barred and striped, of silk.
An apron, too, as white as morning milk
About her loins, and full of many a gore;
She was a far more pleasant thing to see
Than is the newly budded young pear-tree
Now, sir, and then, sir, go befell the case,
That on a day this clever Nicholas
Fell in with this young wife to toy and play,
The while her husband was down Osney way,
Clerks being as crafty as the best of us;
And unperceived he caught her by the puss,
Saying: "Indeed, unless I have my will,
For secret love of you, sweetheart, I'll spill."
And held her hard about the hips, and how!
And said: "O darling, love me, love me now,
Or I shall die, and pray you God may save!"
I have heard of people going to the IRA at tax time and getting 2 different opinions from 2 different IRS employees.
Your being too trusting of the IRS. Get a second opinion.
the world is a getto.
im goin to bj's to get a humungus size shredded wheat for my ash. no lawers. and guess whos a thru hiking duke?
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You never turned around to see the frowns
On the jugglers and the clowns
When they all did tricks for you.