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Pilgrim last won the day on June 11

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  1. I thought his nephew’s name was Marshall?
  2. A Little Less Conversation has always been my favorite song written by Mac Davis, but I don’t recall ever hearing him sing it - the Colonel must have forbade him to sing it ever again.
  3. I know plenty in that I resided there for 38 years - family members that are elected officials. I recall a ballot box that was found after the election that when counted changed the earlier outcome. And didn’t the county election administrator get arrested last month for embezzling money from the county 4-H?
  4. You shouldn’t talk about Shelby county folks like that.
  5. What can I say? I should have been a politician.
  6. Also? So you think Trump lies? At least you admit it.
  7. Careful, sounds like you are slipping off into your feelings. Boy! that statement went right over your head. If by that statement you have “heard it all” , then you must not have been listening.
  8. Steal a little and they throw you in jail, steal a lot and they make you king.
  9. All REAL ZZ Top fans know who Roy Head is. Billy G did a cover of this song on Perfectamundo a couple years ago.
  10. It wasn’t about Trump or the New England Patriots, so yes, you missed the message. Have a nice day sir.
  11. Neither the author nor I are dictating who is worthy of God’s purpose. If that is what you got from this article you missed the message.
  12. Pilgrim


    Exactly! Seven of the United States’ eight five-star Army and Navy officers in 1945 agreed with the Navy’s vitriolic assessment. Generals Dwight Eisenhower, Douglas MacArthur and Henry 'Hap' Arnold and Admirals William Leahy, Chester Nimitz, Ernest King, and William Halsey are on record stating that the atomic bombs were either militarily unnecessary, morally reprehensible, or both.
  13. https://ghostsofdc.org/2014/02/11/washington-originally-called-rome/
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