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In Support

of International Downs Syndrome day.

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by Barret

submitted March 21st 2017

34 comments
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Nice mullet hair, what is that? Persona?
7 months ago
$5 says possum makes a devo reference.
7 months ago
* possum throws Calvin Coolidge at claude *
7 months ago
* possum sads at nobody getting this *
7 months ago
Nice tags.
7 months ago
In a comment completely unrelated to this sub - Happy World Down Syndrome Day everybody!
7 months ago
http://i.imgur.com/WdEg44t.jpg
7 months ago
seriously , it is?
7 months ago
* possum does rorschach *
7 months ago
Shut your bitch ass up , you aint doing shit nigger
7 months ago
me?
7 months ago
* possum can say both wimpy, AND wombly, with a straight face - you? *
7 months ago
Now sing the Corn Palace song (the original) 3 times fast
7 months ago
The Salt Palace > The Corn Palace
7 months ago
there's a song? wow
7 months ago
WAMBLY!
7 months ago
SALT!!!!!!
7 months ago
?
7 months ago
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DNclSmZlsFM
7 months ago
* possum buffers fuzzy *
7 months ago
never knew you were a Mormon, nix - i thought you were a lapsed Quaker or some such
7 months ago
You FUCK!!!
7 months ago
*Amish
7 months ago
Richard Milhous Nixon was born on January 9, 1913 in Yorba Linda, California, in a house his father built.[2][3] His parents were Hannah (Milhous) Nixon and Francis A. Nixon. His mother was a Quaker and his father converted from Methodism to the Quaker faith. Nixon's ancestor Thomas Cornell was a Quaker; Thomas Cornell was also an ancestor of Ezra Cornell, the founder of Cornell University, as well as of Jimmy Carter, Bill Gates, and Grover Cleveland.[4]

Nixon's upbringing was marked by evangelical Quaker observances of the time, such as refraining from alcohol, dancing, and swearing. Nixon had four brothers: Harold (1909–33), Donald (1914–87), Arthur (1918–25), and Edward (born 1930).[5] Four of the five Nixon boys were named after kings who had ruled in historical or legendary England; Richard, for example, was named after Richard the Lionheart.[6][7]
Nixon (second from right) makes his newspaper debut in 1916, contributing five cents to a fund for war orphans. Donald is to the left of his brother.

Nixon's early life was marked by hardship, and he later quoted a saying of Eisenhower to describe his boyhood: "We were poor, but the glory of it was we didn't know it".[8] The Nixon family ranch failed in 1922, and the family moved to Whittier, California. In an area with many Quakers, Frank Nixon opened a grocery store and gas station.[9] Richard's younger brother Arthur died in 1925 after a short illness.[10] At the age of twelve, Richard was found to have a spot on his lung and, with a family history of tuberculosis, he was forbidden to play sports. Eventually, the spot was found to be scar tissue from an early bout of pneumonia.[11][12]
7 months ago
haha busted
7 months ago
Oh shit....
7 months ago
I had a tumor that looked very similar to this....
7 months ago
um



which one?
7 months ago
Brain tumor you fool!!!!
7 months ago
um


i mean, which potato?
7 months ago
fucking fuckball - you wanna dance?
7 months ago
up vote for having sound.....
7 months ago
just no
7 months ago
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