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    Today, 12:17 AM
    Ron Paul: ON. THE. NOSE. As always.
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  • specsaregood's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:53 PM
    So its not completely foolproof, but still just as effective or more than all other birth control procedures. Strange though, one not worrying about stds with loose women....
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  • Natural Citizen's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:49 PM
    It was a good read, actually. Seems like the man finally reached his decision to retire from the business of being a Good Fellow. Here go the tldr version...
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  • Natural Citizen's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:31 PM
    I'm surprised you don't have more red bars to be honest. Why the heck you have full green bars escapes me considering most of the posts I've read from you. That can be reversed in about 3 days if you're not careful. It's been done. Of course, I'm not saying that we should all do this. I'm just saying that's it's been done. :)
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  • Natural Citizen's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:24 PM
    Firstly, There is no Federal law that requires an employer to provide time off, paid or otherwise, to employees on nationally recognized holidays. It is a choice for an employer to do that. We call this economic liberty. Do you know why Socialism never works? I'll tell you why. Socialism doesn't work because it can't calculate profit and loss. It's not possible. There's no such thing as loss and profit if everyone is making the same. Consequently, there can be no competition. Only the free market creates loss and profit. Only the free market creates competition. What you're posturing for here is a government run, socialist, market. That won't work. It will fail. Again, competition cannot exist. Competition cannot exist when people aren't permitted to compete by setting their own costs. Actually, the founders would have hung your silly ass in the town square. lolol.
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    Yesterday, 04:47 PM
    Well poor guys probably don't have the money or think they have the money for it. But they still knock up broads and still get on the hook for child support which is even more of a burden on them than on a rich guy... and the cycle of poverty continues. maybe we need a charity offering free vasectomies to poor guys.
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    Yesterday, 03:48 PM
    Ron Paul
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  • Schifference's Avatar
    Yesterday, 02:05 PM
    Very good advice!
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  • Schifference's Avatar
    Yesterday, 02:03 PM
    Yes you are correct and I agree. I guess more what I meant was that they can do whatever they choose and their rules may not be clearly defined and your appeal process may be more limited.
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  • Zippyjuan's Avatar
    Yesterday, 01:49 PM
    Like your isolated youtube/ tweet from 2015? "Getting escorted out of "No Go zones" says they are economic, not religious or immigrant areas and that there aren't really "no-go zones". America has high crime, low income areas too.
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    Yesterday, 12:51 PM
    Wasn't she supposedly dying during the campaign? Can't believe major networks didn't carry this story.
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    Yesterday, 12:50 PM Missile has been launch tested but not tested to actually intercept anything. It has only been test- fired three times since 2010. Range reportedly 150 km.
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    Yesterday, 12:42 PM Google translation from French.
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    Yesterday, 12:38 PM
    He would have been if he didn't resign first. But so far, Trump has not done anything severe enough to merit impeachment.
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    Yesterday, 12:26 PM
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    Yesterday, 12:20 PM
    When the debt started to soar following the tax cuts he signed, Reagan then also signed what was at the time the biggest tax INCREASE in US history (under the guise of not raising tax rated but closing "loopholes" (deductions). With Trump's plan, total spending is not being reduced either. Increases in military spending are off-setting cuts in other programs. The "$1.3 trillion in cuts" is a reduction from potential increases taken over a decade- no actual, numeric reductions from where we are right now.
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    Yesterday, 05:55 AM
    Education needs to come from inside the home. That is where the real learning takes place. That is where the foundation is dug, prepared, and poured to detail. Once that is established and maintained, make the best of the best available school. In my opinion the most teaching and learning happens very early. I have 4 children. All are very smart and test off the charts. Youngest daughter graduating HS next month going to UCONN. Got a great scholarship will only cost us/her around $1,500 next year. She wants to be a bio-chemical engineer. Youngest son home now from college. He goes to RPI in Troy NY on full tuition scholarship, 48,500 per year and will graduate with a masters 4 years after beginning. Both those kids began college with over 50 college credits. They took AP classes all Junior and Senior year in HS. Daughter took Algebra 1 in 7th grade and Geometry in 8th. Youngest son as mentioned home for the summer has a paid internship with Eversource working full time. In the fall he will begin his third year at RPI. Both these kids went to public school in Bristol CT. Teach your kids to think for themselves and never settle for less than they deserve. Teach them to hold their teachers and school accountable. My kids went to public school and I have no regrets. Prior to entering into school all my kids could read, write and do math. The even knew fractions and negative numbers. When you teach them early they have that jump start and are always at the top of the class. They never have to struggle to learn and get it the first time the material is presented. Worst experience I had with the schools were when we first moved to Bristol from Denver. My sister bragged up a Lutheran school that her son was attending. Very small about 13 kids per class. We sent our kids there. Later we found our youngest son was in trouble on numerous occasions. He was playing with a kid that was different and they got into trouble. I spoke with my son on several occasions and told him not to play or hang out with that kid. One evening at parent teacher conference we are called into principal's office and told my sone was gong to have a 3 day suspension for being overheard saying "hump the wall" in an after school day care. I felt this was crazy and told the principal I could understand if he was suspended from after school day care but that he didn't do anything wrong in school. This pompous person said, "the after school daycare is an extension of school and my decision is final." There were other incidents also. When I got home I was pissed. I looked that little boy in the eyes and said, "I told you not to hang out with Hayden why where you with him?" He reply with tears running down his face was, "none of the other kids will play with me." At that point, I realized that this tiny school with only 13 kids per class had developed an in crowd. The kids that had started at kindergarten and moved up. Other kids were outcasts. These teachers couldn't even see what was happening under their own noses. The next day I took my son and enrolled him in public school. From that day forward instead of being perceived as the trouble maker he was the nicest, smartest kid in the school. Small schools and class sizes are not always better. Cannot hold private schools accountable. They make their own rules. When in private school it doesn't matter how smart or right you are all that matters is the decision the authorities make. At one point at the Lutheran School, my son was told by the principal, "this is not a democracy it is a dictatorship and I am the dictator."
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  • Natural Citizen's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:47 AM
    Anyway. All kinds of bad things happening to Chipotle since publicly going Non-gmo. Scwewy. Must be a string of bad luck or something. ^^^^^^^Yeah, this, too ^^^^^^^
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    Yesterday, 12:16 AM
    i grew up in such a house. :). my pops was ahead of his time.
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  • Natural Citizen's Avatar
    05-27-2017, 10:46 PM
    Awwww. You so suhweet. :) I'm sure she's thankful for you doing stuff like that. + rep for being a romantic. Fewer chicks appreciate guys like that these days.
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    05-27-2017, 10:33 PM
    Also, the only Nun I had as a teacher was my Religion teacher. Well, and the Principal was a Nun. But the whole school did go to Mass on Wednesdays after third period.
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  • Natural Citizen's Avatar
    05-27-2017, 10:28 PM
    Capt, I'll tell you that the best education experience that I had was in a Catholic school. I attended for 5 years, 4th-8th Grade. One could say indoctrination occurs, but that often comes as a product of religious differences. That's something else. But the curriculum was not an exercise in indoctrination. World History was properly taught (considering the age level), the math was taught right (algorithms) and science wasn't a political exercise. The teachers were, themselves, products of the same school I went to. They weren't unionized robots echoing the sentiments of the State. There's much more to say about it. But I do maintain it was the best experience in my own education. And it was also fun. These were very small classes, too. Maybe 20 students per class. Not only that, you got taught respect the right way, too, if you were screwing around in class doing dumb stuff, disrupting the lesson. And the parents didn't fuss about it either. I can't count many times a kid got pulled to the front of the classroom by that hair there on the back of your neck. Know what I'm talkin about? Heh.
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  • Natural Citizen's Avatar
    05-27-2017, 07:51 PM
    I hate when people don't format their copy pastas. I never read em.
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  • Natural Citizen's Avatar
    05-27-2017, 07:34 PM
    Yeah, what otherone said. Lizards...lizards everywhere. Woooooooooo.....
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