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Forum Post: Furlough Congress, Furlough POTUS, Furlough Homeland Security

Posted 1 year ago on Oct. 1, 2013, 6:51 p.m. EST by Nevada1 (4784)
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[-] 5 points by Nevada1 (4784) 1 year ago

Furlough Drones

[-] 4 points by gsw (2697) 1 year ago

Furlough congress. Fire them all.

[-] 4 points by beautifulworld (21297) 1 year ago

Furlough Greed

[-] 5 points by Nevada1 (4784) 1 year ago

Maybe this is our big chance.

[-] 5 points by beautifulworld (21297) 1 year ago

Yes. Furlough SCOTUS!

[-] 3 points by Builder (4202) 1 year ago

Furlough empire idiocy.

[-] 2 points by MattLHolck (16833) from San Diego, CA 1 year ago

furlough is a poor choose of words for the action described

fields were furloughed (left with out planting food crops)

for other plants in order to regain nutrients.

In no way do temporarily out of work government employees

gain anything out of this action

[-] 1 points by gsw (2697) 1 year ago

Ha ha

fur·row ˈfərō,ˈfə-rō/ noun plural noun: furrows 1. a long narrow trench made in the ground by a plow, esp. for planting seeds or for irrigation. a line or wrinkle on a person's face. "there were deep furrows in his brow" synonyms: wrinkle, line, crease, crinkle, crow's foot, corrugation More verb 3rd person present: furrows 1. make a rut, groove, or trail in (the ground or the surface of something). "gorges furrowing the deep-sea floor" (with reference to the forehead or face) mark or be marked with lines or wrinkles caused by frowning, anxiety, or concentration. "a look of concern furrowed his brow" synonyms: wrinkle, crease, line, crinkle, pucker, screw up, scrunch up, corrugate More (with reference to the eyebrows) tighten or be tightened and lowered in anxiety, concentration, or disapproval, so wrinkling the forehead. "his brows furrowed in concentration" use a plow to make a long narrow trench in (land or earth). "furrowed fields" Origin

More Old English furh , of Germanic origin; related to Dutch voor and German Furche , from an Indo-European root shared by Latin porca ‘ridge between furrows.’

[-] 1 points by MattLHolck (16833) from San Diego, CA 1 year ago

thanks

[-] 1 points by gsw (2697) 1 year ago

We can all have a furlough now

furlough - definition of furlough by the Free Online Dictionary ... www.thefreedictionary.com/furlough a. A leave of absence or vacation, especially one granted to a member of the armed forces. b. A usually temporary layoff from work. c. A leave of absence from ...