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You're on a roll Para - I've been chuckling at your comments!
Awhile back I starting saving some choice Paraisms in the form of tattoos. I now have two full sleeves and am eyeing other body parts...
I'm at my funniest when I'm pissed off.
Well, uh, in that case, think symmetry. Symmetry
That reminds me of when I used to say that I was going to get my balls tattooed "Left" and "Right".
You know, to avoid confusion.
This, is what needs to happen. The granola humping unicorn crowd will just build some kind of shrine on the site, moving the bus will change nothing.
Do you only play? Or can you shoot too?
Yeah, if the governor of Alaska said that he had shoved the bus up his own ass, these leftist children would still be making requests to visit it.
How's it gonna look for the governor to be walking around with a bunch of daffodils sticking out of his ass? Very unseemly.
"The significant problems are not problem of insignificance because they are not important problems, they are significant challenges because of the importance of their significance and we are addressing them in both long and short term solutions." - Peter Buttclench - US Secretary of Trans...portation
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Looks like it's gone now.
Alaska Army National Guard removing the bus via CH-47.
Better link - https://www.dailymail.co.uk/ne...kan-authorities.html
"It pays to be a winner."
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Dang, I thought the bus had been removed a while ago. Maybe it was just an article I read saying it might happen.
♫The wheels on the bus go round and round
Round and round, round and round♫
No, wait, they don't.
♫The blades on the copter go chopchopchop
This guy was just plain nuts in my opinion. Why some misguided people think he is some kind of martyr or should be admired for anything just proves they're nuts too. He goes out there basically with no supplies, no equipment and no training. I won't post them, but if you look at alleged pictures that he took of himself with game that he caught.... they are just plain bizarre. His facial expressions are not those of a person in possession of their full faculties.
When I lived in Arizona for a while, there was always some hiker getting lost on a day trip and then dying from exposure after a few days. Are we supposed to put up a memorial for them too and have bunches of sightseers trek out there , some of them dying in the process? I see little difference between the two stories.
"These things you say we will have, we already have."
"That's true. I ain't promising you nothing extra."
...and there went Sprite all over the tablecloth...
"Those that can't laugh at themselves leave the job to others..."
You've got to stand for something or you'll fall for anything.
Let’s go Brandon!
My humorous attempt.
News Report Two Granola Hikers rescued by hunters after being lost and stranded in Alaskan Wilderness.
For the last month, 2 hikers have wandered the wilderness looking for "The Bus". They were found starving by a couple of hunters and at first refused offers of help, calling the hunting party barbaric heathens. When asked why they did not know that the bus had been removed by the DNR with help from the US Army they replied. "We don't watch or read any news that involves a reference to the despicable US Army of Repressors."
My door is always open to Sigforum members, and I'm always willing to help if I can.
They should just fly that thing to new locations every couple of months, for practice, see some hikers getting close, move it.
Kinda like the Fly Fishing Progressive insurance guy,
Infamous ‘Into the Wild’ bus will likely end up in UA Museum of the North in Fairbanks
Author: Emily Goodykoontz
July 30, 2020
Updated: 2 hours ago
Published 2 hours ago
An abandoned bus that attracted travelers into the Alaska wilderness for years, prompting several rescues and deaths, will likely be kept at University of Alaska’s Museum of the North, according to state officials.
The bus, made famous by its depiction in the 1996 best-selling book “Into the Wild” and a later feature film, was airlifted last month from its previous location west of the Teklanika River near the Stampede Trail, near the boundary of Denali National Park and Preserve, to a secure location.
In a statement Thursday, the Alaska Department of Natural Resources wrote that it intends to negotiate with the museum and that it will be the “likely repository” of the bus.
“Of the many expressions of interest in the bus, the proposal from the UA Museum of the North best met the conditions we at DNR had established to ensure this historical and cultural object will be preserved in a safe location where the public could experience it fully, yet safely and respectfully, and without the specter of profiteering,” DNR Commissioner Corri Feige said in the statement.
Museum link, nothing about the bus:
She should change her name. Perhaps Tammy Tastytwat
I know a Fake News story when I smell it.
|The Unmanned Writer|
Sounds like a fishing expedition to me.
Only in an insane world are the sane considered insane.
The memories of a man in his old age
Are the deeds of a man in his prime
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How rude! Her name is perfectly fine!
|What?? That's my name!|
Yes, that's a fine name.
Doosh, what's up, brah?
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