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Utopia Talk / Politics / Six months ago he left us
Average Ameriacn
Member
Sun Jun 23 10:37:23
I miss his wit, intelligence and patriotism.

http://www...x?page=lifestory&pid=191112817

"Clark Johnson Clark Johnson, 80, of KCMO died Dec. 23, 2018 at home. He was a collector and loved the USA. He will be missed."
Nimatzo
iChihuaha
Sun Jun 23 13:29:19
The activity on this board really took a toll. Imagine how many hours we all were spending reading his posts and discussions with others, engaging with him. So, what are guys up to these days?
patom
Member
Sun Jun 23 17:51:26
I was kind of holding out hope that he would finally get well enough to do his road trip. But each of us has a time clock built in.
I know I'm beginning to feel my age at 75. Can't go at it like I used to and it's frustrating. Thank God I'm retired and not on the clock. This summer is the first one that I haven't worked since I was 10 years old. I was going to look for a driving job but my wife had surgery and she needs some help looking after the dog. I still might grab some part time if she improves enough.
OsamaIsDaWorstPresid
Member
Sun Jun 23 21:55:25
i hope i die b4 mi dik stops workin or i gota haev sex wit a 75 yeer old womin do u at least get sum 18y oldz pussie on da side az a sugar daddie patom?
Cherub Cow
Member
Mon Jun 24 01:12:39
"she needs some help looking after the dog"

Sounds like the dog is a crutch to adventure. Pull a David Motari?
patom
Member
Mon Jun 24 05:57:57
Good fucking God. David Motari? I had never heard of him. If I saw someone do that to a puppy I would personally shoot them.
Cherub Cow
Member
Mon Jun 24 12:14:43
Even if you were super bored in the desert?
Forwyn
Member
Mon Jun 24 13:03:17
That was pretty merciful compared to what the natives there do to dogs.
patom
Member
Mon Jun 24 16:27:03
I guess I wouldn't be bored after I shot the oxygen thief.
Hrothgar
Member
Tue Jun 25 21:33:06
Patom, try to find time to consistently do some stretching/muscle maintenance. Yoga for example. Keeps those joints flexible and it will ad some quality time to the later years of life.
patom
Member
Wed Jun 26 04:06:10
Hrothgar, been thinking about that. I used to love to walk, 3 miles a day but knee problems have put a crimp in that.
Forwyn
Member
Wed Jun 26 08:39:09
Swimming is easier on the joints and serves more muscle groups, if you have the means.
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