whacking


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Another real-life Whacking Day, which was actually more of a Whacking Month, took place this past January in Florida when the state's Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission sponsored the 2013 Python Challenge.
Vickie, I enjoyed reading your article on Whacking in Ezine 21.
Cloud explores the deep disagreement over whether Yoder--a decidedly un-"beautiful mind" who has been involuntarily committed to an Illinois asylum since 1991 after whacking his second wife in the head with a table leg--is truly mentally ill and a threat to society.
Another 75 will be up for whacking today as the celebration of Hispanic culture continues from noon to 6 p.m.
By 1900, every westbound train brought more loggers, mostly Scandinavians, to start whacking down the forests their bosses had purchased.
"You can imagine whacking the cloud on its side, causing it to puff up a little along the edge," Ho says.
He said: "When they go to jail they say, 'I can't go Mountjoy, I can't go to Wheatfield, I can't go to Portlaoise, I can't go to that landing.' "These are all the f***ing hardmen who are f***ing whacking people.
With the right software installed, it may one day be possible to cut a call by "whacking" the phone in a particular pattern while it's still in your pocket.
"That depends on you," he said, then winked and added, "Whacking does help one to clear the mind ...