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    Yesterday, 11:56 AM
    I suppose that I should have clarified that I do not give two shits about this supposed injustice and Starbucks in general (I did not watch every video regarding this incident). I was commenting from a private property perspective (which to be clear, allows for anyone, for any reason, to be asked to leave). I was commenting because this sort of nonsense is becoming the norm and will affect all business. They say a retired Federal Judge in Philadelphia is involved in mediation between Starbucks and the two trespassers. A nice payout for refusing to leave private property upon request... do you consider this a win?
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    Yesterday, 11:15 AM
    And if I'm understanding this correctly, they asked to use the bathroom but were denied because they hadn't bought anything. They then sat down and hung out for a few minutes. The manager politely asked them to purchase something or leave. They refused to leave. The manager then did what society has drawn out as the solution to unwanted trespassers- call the police. The police showed up more understanding than I typically expect and try to reason with the men that they had been asked to leave and would need to do so. They still refused to leave. The police arrest them for trespassing. The person they were meeting showed up after this and all is supposed to be good? They were asked to purchase something or leave. Not that uncommon a request. They refused to do either. They were then asked to leave. They became trespassers at that point and regardless of who they were waiting for or what their intentions were, they were still trespassing. Starbucks being ran by a bunch of emotional progressives, they've effectively helped the pending lawsuit against them by publicly apologizing and terminating the manager who asked some pretty basic requests to a couple of trespassers. They should have doubled down and explained the real nuisance that is caused by loiterers and trespassers. I probably couldn't count the number of times I've been asked to purchase something or leave on one hand. You know what I did? I purchased something or left. If the establishment was particularly rude about it or insinuated I did not belong in their establishment (because they assumed I did not have money to pay) you know what I did? I left. And boycotted their establishment. I didn't sit down, refuse to leave, and act like an entitled piece of shit with a victim mentality. Pretty simple stuff, actually.
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    Yesterday, 10:46 AM
    It's funny that this has happened to Starbucks but it will happen elsewhere. Squatters (homeless) and criminals (drug dealers, prostitutes) alike will be given slack as to not possibly upset the mob. I'm not sure where this Starbucks is in relation to the layout of Philadelphia but in every major city the McDonald's or Starbucks etc. near downtown becomes a hangout for the homeless. The homeless shelters typically only let people stay there at night so during the day there is a large amount of homeless walking around (and subsequently loitering at McDonald's, Starbucks etc.). And BTW, this generation is a bunch of whiny, self entitled, little bitches.
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    04-15-2018, 12:44 PM
    Yes, Backpage had a substantial private firearms marketplace. Ammunition for cheap too. You cannot sell guns or ammo on Craigslist. Reading the snippet that Zippy posted, it also seems that this bill is more about prostitution in general and less about child trafficking and forced prostitution. Interesting to note that Backpage was largely (or even mostly) dormant in many cities. Being founded in Phoenix, the website did however have a large user base in Nevada (where prostitution is mostly legal).
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    04-15-2018, 12:28 PM
    I was just commenting in general. Don't mind me. As another general comment, the language of a bill matters less and less with every year passed.
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    04-15-2018, 12:11 PM
    And of the more prominent websites that inadvertently 'engage in promoting child pornography' and/or 'engage in promoting child sex trafficking?' Facebook, Youtube, Google, Yahoo, etc. You see, when you are loose with words, they become descriptors of everything. And as well, there is a reason why Backpage was taken down and not these other 'promoters,' 'advertisers', and 'profiteers' of child pornography and prostitution. Might Backpage's departure be because of their open marketplace private sales of firearms and firearms accessories?
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    04-15-2018, 11:52 AM
    This. This is politically motivated and will do little to nothing to affect child sex trafficking.
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  • jmdrake's Avatar
    04-14-2018, 11:21 PM
    How can you support a constitutionalist and not understand how to read a constitution? The clause I quoted is clear. When a slave owner sojourned to any state, not just the home state, his right to his "property" could be "impaired" by the state he of his sojourn. So it would be against the CSA constitution for a state to pass a law that once a slave master "sojourned" to another state, he couldn't force his slave to do labor. In fact, that's the reason slave owners wanted to take their slaves with them on their "sojourns" so they could continue working them. They weren't taking their slaves with them for window dressing. My point exactly. So even if a state under the CSA abolished slavery and even if you are right, which you are not, that under the CSA a state could make it illegal for slave labor to take place in that state, the slave owner could pay the slave (no slave labor) and the confiscate the wages later. Some slave owners did actually let their slaves earn and keep wages by the way.
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    04-14-2018, 10:49 PM
    Nope. Not the way the CSA is written. That would diminish the property interest of the slave owner and be in direct violation of the clause I quoted to you. Besides the slave owner could "pay" the slave and the confiscate the money as soon as he got back across the border. Nice try though. Edit: Again the quote. Sec. 2. (I) The citizens of each State shall be entitled to all the privileges and immunities of citizens in the several States; and shall have the right of transit and sojourn in any State of this Confederacy, with their slaves and other property; and the right of property in said slaves shall not be thereby impaired. If you can't make full use of your property, your "right of property" has, by definition, been impaired.
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    04-14-2018, 10:46 PM
    Well now that the precedent has been set by your pimp daddy Trump it will be easier for the democrat who gets elected in 2020 or 2024 to do it. Unlikely because a republican congress would have gone apesh*t and voted against it. Your pimp daddy Trump got done what Obama dared not do. Face it, you've been had.
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    04-14-2018, 10:41 PM
    :rolleyes: Again HAVE YOU NOT HEARD OF MIGRANT FARM WORKERS! It's not a matter of "catching" the person doing it. It would be TOTALLY LEGAL under the CSA constitution! Migrant farm workers, by definition, "sojourn" from state to state! Come on dude. You can't be that thick.
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    04-14-2018, 10:39 PM
    Penalty for keeping an out of state license plate? None really if you are not totally stupid. I had an uncle (now deceased) who lived in California but always had out of state license plates to avoid high California license plate fees.
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    04-14-2018, 10:36 PM
    Coming from you that is a compliment as you are only trying to help people be illogical.
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    04-14-2018, 10:35 PM
    SMDH. That's only if: 1) You get caught. (People go years without getting resident license plates. That's hard as hell to prove). 2) You actually set up residence. Have you never hear of migrant farm labor? Let's say Mississippi abolished slavery under the confederacy but Alabama did not. A slave owner could live in Alabama then rent his slaves to "sojourn" with him to work crops in Mississippi and then "sojourn" back.
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    04-14-2018, 10:30 PM
    1) A holding != an "economy." 2) The traitors got their land, which they stole from the indians worked from labor stolen from Africans, back. 3) At the end of the day their sh*thole agriculture economy was transformed into a modern industrial economy. The civil war was the best thing that happened to the south and the southerners.
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    04-14-2018, 10:42 AM
    Only a criminally insane person would believe that a single Trump voter would have voted for Hillary over Cruz.
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    04-14-2018, 08:13 AM
    Don't you get it? Most people want the freedom to restrict someone else's freedom.
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    04-14-2018, 08:11 AM
    Total BS. Cruz would have mopped the floor with Hillary. Trump is about the only candidate she might have beaten. That's why Bill Clinton asked Donald Trump to run. It was a win/win for progressives as Trump himself is one. Can you think of a single person you know that voted for Trump who would have voted against Hillary? Because I cannot. Your only lame comeback when the rest of us point out how horrible Trump has become is "Well he's not Hillary." Seriously Trump tried to implement gun control by executive order. Trump successfully installed face scanning cameras by executive order. If this was any other president you'd be up in arms. But since you bought the Trump Kool-Aid it's all "Well he isn't Hillary." I'll be honest. Cruz stood a better chance than even Rand at beating Hillary. Rand always has to get beyond the "He ain't a bloodthristy warmonger" badge. Trump, by simultaneously playing the interventionist "Obama didn't react when Syria crossed the red line" and the "Obama shouldn't have attacked Libya" but also "Obama should have attacked Libya and taken the oil" cards, Trump became an empty suit that everyone could project his or her beliefs onto. Seriously I heard a complete dumbass "Christian" pastor on talk Bible radio the other day say "God gave America one more chance after Ronald Reagan through Trump to turn to Him" as if Trump, who said he never even needs to repent to God, is somehow "God's man of the hour." It's really really sad. Trump's latest attack on Syria is totally predictable. All the globalists need to do to keep this war going indefinitely is occasionally do a false flag chemical attack and the missiles will fly even before the inspectors hit the ground.
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    04-14-2018, 07:50 AM
    I don't follow his show anymore, but I woke up this morning to this in my YouTube feed: So let me get this straight. Trump attempting to ban bumpfire stocks by executive order wasn't "crapping on us?" (See: https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2018/02/20/trump-takes-executive-action-ban-bump-stocks-rifles-into-automatic-weapons/354536002/) Trump, by executive order, installing face scanning cameras at airports to "fight illegal immigration" wasn't "crapping on us?"
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    04-14-2018, 07:37 AM
    I watched some of the C-SPAN coverage of the senator who proposed this law. He said one of his constituents told him "I found my (missing?) daughter on Backpage and asked them to take the ad down and they wouldn't." Well...if I found my child on Backpage I would call the number, arrange a "date", and show up with the police. Then again...the police might merely arrest the pimp. I might just show up. But I guess common sense isn't common.
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    04-14-2018, 07:30 AM
    There really wasn't anything worth stealing prior to the civil war. The South was nothing but a slave powered agricultural colony. Without slaves, the South wasn't worth spit because without slaves the south didn't have the manpower to produce its own export which was cotton. After slavery was abolished the South was able to get involved in REAL economic expansion by joining the industrial age. That's when Birmingham became a steel powerhouse. I know because I'm from there. You should visit sometime, and go to the civil right museum. The opening exhibit talks about the economic expansion coming from the steel industry post slavery. One look at pictures from those old steel mills and you'll see why they could NOT work on slave labor. It would have been too easy for a disgruntled slave to loosen the wrong bolt and cause a catastrophe. Loosen a bolt on a farm and the worst that happen is the plow is out of commission for a day. Loosen a bolt in a steel mill and people die and the entire mill is shut down. Really your logic is totally assbackwards. The northern "carpetbaggers" brought in industry. The southern traitors got their plantations back after swearing an oath to the union. Nothing was stolen.
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    04-14-2018, 07:21 AM
    The claims are 100% true. You just lack the intellect to understand them. Once again: 1. The citizens of each State shall be entitled to all the privileges and immunities of citizens in the several States; and shall have the right of transit and sojourn in any State of this Confederacy, with their slaves and other property; and the right of property in said slaves shall not be thereby impaired. Look up the definition of sojourn. Definition of sojourn : a temporary stay a sojourn in the country
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    04-14-2018, 02:53 AM
    This is what it took to finally oust Paul Ryan ...
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    04-13-2018, 02:22 AM
    That was the only thing she did wrong. This is the Age of Outrage. Insufferably self-righteous virtue signalling is de rigueur. Seeking validation from (or the approval of) others - especially online - is the modern equivalent of inviting rock-chuckers to your own stoning.
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  • Occam's Banana's Avatar
    04-11-2018, 11:28 PM
    Me too. The Institute for Justice is a good one: http://ij.org/support/other-ways-to-give/
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    04-11-2018, 10:58 PM
    "We have entered your formal complaint into our complaint management system. Please be assured that your complaint is being taken seriously and that appropriate action will be taken in order to resolve your issue ..."
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  • Occam's Banana's Avatar
    04-11-2018, 12:06 PM
    This doesn't ping my special-interest cronyism sonar. Not at all ...
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