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Offline Last Active Yesterday, 08:37 PM

In Topic: The Random Thought Thread

Yesterday, 08:19 PM

View Postbbqit, on 25 August 2015 - 01:03 PM, said:

3.5 earthquake in Memphis. That is close to the center of the new Madrid fault. Most don't know it's 20 times larger than the San Andreas fault and has bigger quakes. It shook one time and the Mississippi River ran backwards for 3 days

It rang the liberty bell that time too
Yep.  In the western part of Kentucky.  Lexington has felt it on more than one occasion.

In Topic: Time to ban the flag

Yesterday, 08:00 PM

Because if we give an inch you'll take a mile

In Topic: I'm watching the Sylvester Croom SEC Storied show....

Yesterday, 07:42 PM

Yeah, I enjoyed that special.  Croom seemed like the kind of coach you'd be proud to have teaching your son.  Good man.  Just didn't get it done for various reasons on the field.

In Topic: Vols Land #1 QB In 2017 Class, Hunter Johnson

Yesterday, 01:45 PM

 bbqit, on 28 August 2015 - 11:11 AM, said:

I bet somebody is still in that thing
Fat Phil

In Topic: Time to ban the flag

Yesterday, 09:20 AM

 bobbyb0322, on 28 August 2015 - 09:14 AM, said:

This is so true. It's why I prefer reading and watching news from other countries. I prefer watching Sky News or BBC myself.
My work schedule doesn't allow me to stay up late enough to watch the news, but when I do I watch BBC.  They report so much more of what's going in in the world, not just the areas that have an American related agenda