"Dance Music Radio...13 K-Hit!"
That break-bumper is still stuck in my head, although it's been over 35 years since I've heard it.
Way to go, Josh. Just to prove you wrong, DTRadio axed one of them dang wimmin shows. Now when I want to know about how to save on my grocery bill or find out where the Chipndales dancers are going to be who do I turn to? Donahue ain't even on anymore.
Miracle of 19
Thanx to Edip
Too many signs regarding code 19:
Code 19 was hidden in chapter 74 for 1974 lunar years and it was discovered in 1974.
The gematrical value of the 19 Arabic letters of the first statement of Chapter 74
O hidden one come out and warn
is exactly 1974.
All the derivatives of the root RShD,
the name of the scientist who discovered code 19
is mentioned in the Numerically Coded Book Kitabun Marqum exactly 19 times.
And here are more:
Tucsons zip code number: 57
Masjid Tucsons zone number: 19
Masjid Tucsons land parcel number: 114
The year Masjid Tucson was constructed: 1919.
The only highway in the USA with the metric system connecting Tucson to Nogales: Highway 19
At KHYT, "13 K-Hit"...his name is Donnie Staton. He and I spent a lot of time together at that station, and after his show with many cases of beer...
I respect that he keeps saying that you can get a pizza in under two minutes, but I've never had it happen when I have been there. Even a plain cheese pizza took close to 10 minutes and that was at an off-peak time. (Pieology on Speedway, on the other hand, theirs took 5 minutes.) No shaming here, just giving my experience.
Ja, now we may perhaps begin:
Rx - 15 mg. Lisinopril for high blood pressure. 1x in morning
10 mg. Xanax for anxiety. 2x morning and evening
Charmin toilet tissue for anal retentiveness. extra large as needed
Do you have a turd in your pocket or do you have dissociative identity disorder?
You must have us confused with someone who gives a shit.
You're the fool. You've proven it time and time again.
And you're wrong, as usual. I have no beef with CW, in fact, I think he makes some good points on certain issues. He also has a personality outside of being a conservative blowhard, something you could never manage.
As for thinking I'm posting as several different people that like to gang up on CW...you need to realise that most people who post here, unlike yourself, have a life outside of this space. I don't have the time, energy or interest to use 10 different names to gang up on anyone...even your sorry ass.
I've tolerated your accusations against me ganging up on you by using different usernames, because you're a simpleton who wouldn't understand the truth if it fell on you from 20,000 feet. But I will not tolerate it if you decide to include another party in your maliciousness towards me. That's just the lowest of the low, even for a slimy basement dwelling troll such as yourself.
If you were aiming for an all-time low by posting these rants, you did well. The beauty of it is that everyone, including CW, can see through your feeble attempts.
Cw13- you are a fool for your support of ac/dc and wrong.
He's not wearing a band-aid across his nose, he's wearing a Breathe Right strip which looks nothing like a band aid. It's used for people with allergy, sinus or breathing problems. If you plan to use it in the story but you don't know what it is, ask. To do otherwise is just lazy journalism.
Excellent retort Mr. 13, Sir, most cunning and inspiring, especially with your strategically placed double question mark. Mr. Wink is definitely down for the count in the Arena of Ideas and you may now proudly take your leave.
Obviously you're not from Brooklyn. Good thing. You'd be eaten up and spit out in a New York minute. Let me ask you something before I take my leave, did your mother have any kids that lived??
I enjoyed Aloma's book. Im so glad she took time to tell some of the Dunbar story, my story, in part, having grown up a Hail Mary Pass distance from the campus, a beloved learning place for me. Be the best was our motto and Ive sure tried to be the best me I could be in my 78 years of life. It was a school where if you had something to offer you were free to do so and I did. And Im still showing off: acting, writing, playing a ton of sports, creating exciting schools for children, a social activist at my core Hail to Dunbar Junior High!
Grammar, grammar pumpkin. It's HE and I.
I have to be honest here. I doubt very highly that AC/DC is the culprit here. Him and I decided to call a truce some time ago. It had what to do with Ginger Baker, Jimi Hendrix and George Carlin. We still don't agree on anything, we just don't attack each other over it.
I remember first hearing "Chavalo Loco" on La Caliente Hot 98FM, when I was in high school. What a show! What a character! What a personality!
When I met him, a few months later, I was star struck.
Today, I'm happy to call Frank a friend. He's one of the good ones!!!
In the midst of the non-stop propaganda war between two irresponsible political factions here in Arizona, we don't have enough people who take the time and trouble to ask questions and make observations that are based on sound knowledge of what's going on in the schools and that are motivated by a firm commitment to defending the best interests of the STUDENTS BEING "EDUCATED" IN THESE SCHOOLS, not the best interests of politicians and whatever agenda they may be trying to pitch to the electorate. It is NOT the case that the under-funding of public district schools is the only problem we need to solve to ensure better education delivery, as one faction would have it. The entire Arizona "system," which could more aptly be termed a "free for all" -- an insufficiently regulated, uncoordinated MESS of public district, private, and charter institutions -- suffers from a toxic lack of responsible oversight and a pervasive ignorance about what good educational methods are. Commentators like Safier just make the problems worse by circulating their shoddy, tendentious, politically motivated analyses of what's going on and proposing false solutions to very real problems.
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