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Wednesday, 27 November 2019

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I tried low hurdles in high school as high hurdles were, well, too high. The first thing I learned was to set each hurdle in the proper facing direction which made each hurdle easier to clear. A wrong facing hurdle is actually a wall as I learned on my first day.

OUCH!!! I don't even want to think what that was like!

https://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2019/11/tom-cotton-by-acclamation.php

Sorry about this Bob.

https://arktimes.com/arkansas-blog/2019/11/16/the-mahony-mystery-needs-answers-including-from-the-arkansas-republican-party

https://www.arkansasonline.com/news/2019/nov/13/senate-challenger-exits-race-20191113/?news-politics

https://www.swarkansasnews.com/2019/08/senate-hopeful-looks-to-make-impact-in-rural-areas/

That toplink's for you Bob - I expect you and your'n might better check y'alls candidate's strip joint bar tabs to make sure 'action for delinquency' ain't amongst whatever else there may be.

Cotton in 2024!

https://arktimes.com/arkansas-blog/2019/11/25/democratic-party-still-in-dark-about-mahony-sees-no-path-to-field-a-candidate

Oh darn.

Probably the best part is in the comments.

David, I still have my 1965 best performance school sports medal.
I keep it in my grannies little Gallacher's Wit & Wisdom Menthol Snuff Box.

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