Things that make us happy:

Discussion in 'Happy Hour' started by McCaffrey Dude, Sep 10, 2019.

  1. McCaffrey Dude

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    With the 18th anniversary of the greatest American tragedy tomorrow I thought I would post some of the things that have kept me going in rough times. I offer other posters to share as well.

    1) Christian MCcaffrey

    2) Mathew Boling

    3) Watching reruns of liberals imploding after the 2016 election.

    4) The Jason McElwain story

    5) The comedy of the late Greg Giraldo ( GOAT ) hands down

    6) Ben Shapiro He does not just debate college snowflakes. He has emberrased the BLM movement, college professors, liberal talk show pundits ( think Bill Maher ) and smug Piers Morgan as well.

    7) The last 6 minutes of the original Karate Kid.

    8) Taking a walk WITHOUT MY phone.

    9) Siberian Husky puppies

    10) Hoping to live long enough to see a majority white team in the NFL and maybe even a starting white secondary in the NCAA.

    Thanks. :)
     
  2. Old Scratch

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    Couldn't help yourself, could you?
     
  3. Westside

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    Good list!
     
  4. Riggins44

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    11) The New England Patriots

    12) Sergey Kovalev

    13) Infowars
     
  5. Don Wassall

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    What would make me happy is if more posters would make an attempt to actually post. I see lots of posters here on site who post rarely or not at all, which I don't understand. The NFL Week One thread has 269 posts and over 9,000 views which is great, but today the site instantly went back to being mostly crickets. Posting drives traffic and creates interest. If you support Caste Football, make an effort to post!
     
  6. ramicackle

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    14) The 2019 Los Angeles Dodgers

    15) The Unz Review

    16) Tucker Carlson

    17) Justice Kavanaugh

    18) Susan Collins and Joe Manchin

    19) Max Borghi

    20) Luka Doncic

    21) The 2019 Basketball World Cup Final Game between Spain and Argentina

    22) Ice Hockey

    23) 2014 Germany Football

    24) Water Polo

    25) USA Swimming

    26) Frank Kaminsky, Sam Dekker, and Wisconsin basketball of the 2010s.

    27) Jair Bolsonaro

    28) Boris Johnson

    29) William Shockley

    30) James Watson

    31) Nikola Tesla

    32) The Founding Fathers

    33) Sam Kinison

    34) Steffi Graf

    35) Margaret Court

    36) Helen Wills

    37) Henry Ford

    38) Greta Garbo

    39) Rita Hayworth

    40) The Wright Brothers

    41) Ayn Rand

    42) David Lynch

    43) James Woods

    44) Fight Club

    45) Robert Heinlein and Starship Troopers

    46) 1984

    47) Clint Eastwood

    48) Gods and Generals

    49) Frank Lloyd Wright

    50) John Basilone
     
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  7. NWsoccerfan

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    This is a bit of a weird one, but every now and then I’ll be in some public business or medical clinic or something and I’ll see those old black and white photos from the 1920’s or so and it’s usually a busy city center or something similar. Women are wearing classy dresses and men are wearing suits with a cap. I also like the old ones that show construction workers or railroad workers. This is one of my favorites:
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  8. Extra Point

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    My 82 year old aunt told me that back in her day all the men wore suits every day and the women all wore dresses. She said to watch some old movies and that the way they dressed in those movies is how they dressed in real life.

    Compare that to today. We should go back to that.

    The old ways were the best ways.
     
  9. Don Wassall

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    I came across something recently that revealed that those famous pictures while the Empire State Building was being built were actually staged, there was a platform just below the frame in case one took a tumble. If I can remember where I saw it I'll post it, it was from an alternative site, not the usual ones that love to bash everything about Whites and their accomplishments. But it doesn't take away from the kind of courage needed to work that high up back when safety measures weren't nearly as common as they are now, e.g., nearly a hundred workers dying while building Hoover Dam.
     
  10. GWTJ

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    1. America
    2.The Bible 3. The Constitution 4.high school football 5. beer 6. pool halls 7. Hawkbill knifes 8. cheap cigars 9. older women 10. camaros 11.Primrose pig feet 12.being white 13. Elvis singing Dixie 14. Eastern N. C. creek liquor
     
  12. Extra Point

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    Sounds like paradise.
     
  13. booth

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    There is nothing better Extra Point than sipping shine, gnawing on a pig knuckle, smoking a dollar cigar while shooting a game of 8 ball, with Elvis on the jukebox and lying to a woman who is trying to look 20 years younger than she really is. The moonshine helps with that, hell I look better after a quart of shine. I look almost human.
     
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