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11-25-2009 06:39 PM
bobmcgov
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Originally Posted by erps View Post
whatever happened to those ten militia men?
Most of them died gloriously. A few perished in leg-hold traps left behind by the retreating Canadians. One joined the CFL. None made it home alive.

Every time I look at your avatar, I feel like a seagull. Which I was, in a past life. It's kind of disorienting.
11-25-2009 06:02 PM
erps
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and the Wolverines Militia pushed all the Canadians into what we today call Canukistan. Deep, emotional history.*tears*
whatever happened to those ten militia men?
11-25-2009 04:00 PM
bobmcgov
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Originally Posted by erps View Post
Silly. Everyone knows it what keeps 37 separated from 39.
Also, it marked the original border between the US and Canada before Eisenhower approved the Minnesota Purchase (1624) and the Wolverines Militia pushed all the Canadians into what we today call Canukistan. Deep, emotional history.*tears*

To commemorate the victory, every year a bunch of sailors from Latitude 38 (SF Bay) sally forth in their tall ships from Latitude 33 (San Diego) and invade Mexico.
11-25-2009 03:09 PM
erps
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Besides being the historical dividing line between North and South Korea, what is the significance of Latitude 38 anyway ?
Silly. Everyone knows it's what keeps 37 separated from 39.
11-25-2009 02:55 PM
wind_magic Besides being the historical dividing line between North and South Korea, what is the significance of Latitude 38 anyway ?
11-25-2009 02:12 PM
sailhog Jacktar,
I'll de-post if you'd like. Hope you aren't offended. Having said that, she's a pretty gal!

So what's your magazine all about?
11-25-2009 01:57 PM
jacktarmagazine Since my post has inspired a friendly back and forth regarding porn, I'll be sure to not make similar posts again!
11-25-2009 01:45 PM
sailhog Ray, thanks for the encouragement. Seeing voluptuous half-naked women makes me feel all icky inside. After viewing it for, say, 75-100 hours straight, I feel like I need a bath. When not viewing porn I bathe every 300-400 hours.
11-25-2009 01:30 PM
erps
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I'm pretty intolerant of filth, but I'll let it slide this time.
the porn desensitizing program is helping out then? one day at a time hog, one day at a time.
11-25-2009 12:47 PM
sailhog Fine by me if you post Miss January through September, and November. Since December is coming up, you might as well post her too.

I'm pretty intolerant of filth, but I'll let it slide this time.
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