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Homey Book

17 April 2018 - 05:43 AM

It's like Facebook but for the brothers.

Could you shoot under 100 at Augusta Naitonal ?

05 April 2018 - 03:12 PM

I don't think I could.   :(




It'd be tough for me to shoot under 110  :unsure:

After almost 15 years and 116,284 post

02 April 2018 - 12:50 PM

What finally pushed edjr overbored? 


I know he has a history of it but, does anyone know why he quit?  :dunno:


22 March 2018 - 08:06 AM

:cheers:  :pointstosky:  :headbanger:  :walkman:  :wub:

A huge crack in Califorina!

21 March 2018 - 10:01 AM

No, I'm not talking about the San Andreas Fault or Oldmaids vajayjay.  I'm talking about the states sanctuary laws.  It seems at least one community has some sense of right or wrong.


Los Alamitos  :pointstosky:



A city in California has voted to opt out of the state's so-called sanctuary laws.

The city council in Los Alamitos, a city located in Orange County, voted 4 to 1 earlier this week to opt out of the law, CNBC reported.

"This is important for us, for our city, for our community," Warren Kusumoto, the mayor pro tempore of Los Alamitos said ahead of the vote.

Kusumoto talked about the importance of the local measure, citing "a conflict between two governing documents - the Constitution of the United States and the state constitution itself."


The city's mayor said he has received calls from other city council members and mayors that are "interesting in being part of this."

"They really want to know what was the process and are trying to get advice on how to go to the next steps," Mayor Troy Edgar said.

In order for the order to take effect, a second vote must be held, according to CNBC.




Let the dominos fall.  Other cities with some common sense are bound to follow suit.  USA   :bandana: