• Origanalist's Avatar
    Today, 06:35 AM
    What will your new job* be, under the upcoming Green New Deal? http://www.unwillingtowork.org/#
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    Today, 12:30 AM
    Sorry for the long absence. :eek: #kurwa Been super busy lately. After a busy nativity season, it seems like we've jumped immediately into Lent. :eek: Sunday of the Publican and the Pharisee The Hold Great-Martyr Theodore the Soldier ('Tyro') Emperor Marician and Empress Pulcheria of Constantinople (Tried my hand at Great Vespers Saturday as well for the first time, which was very interesting. I learned how to chant Odes. :D :cool:) Epistle Timothy 3:10-15, Gospel Luke 18:10-14
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    Today, 12:12 AM
    Denver to encrypt police radio traffic, blocking the public — but not news organizations — from listening The change is expected as early as April as department switches radio technology Denver police radios crackled Wednesday afternoon with a variety of calls for service: a father calling on a combative son, teens smoking marijuana in an alley, a car crash. Soon, however, the public will no longer be able to tune into the daily goings-on of Denver police as the department plans to encrypt all of its radio traffic in the coming months, though news organizations will have access if they sign agreements with the city. Denver Police Chief Paul Pazen said the switch could happen as early as mid-April, with the department joining dozens of other law enforcement agencies across the state that have opted to block access to their communications.
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    Yesterday, 11:58 PM
    After decades of arresting people for smoking cannabis, as a part of a “certain training program,” Maryland police officers could soon have free access to the herb. On January 31, Maryland Senator Cheryl Kagan proposed MD SB383, a bill that would give police officers access to free cannabis from dispensaries in the state. Details as to what the cannabis is used for is not specified. However, the text of the bill did mention that it would be both for personal and training use. It offers few details on the specifics of the so-called training program or what it would be training officers for. The text of the bill reads: Establishing the Law Enforcement Purchases Account within the Compassionate Use Fund; authorizing a law enforcement representative to obtain a certain amount of medical cannabis and medical cannabis concentrate from a licensed dispensary at no cost for use during a certain training program; requiring a dispensary or dispensary agent to ensure that all medical cannabis and products containing medical cannabis have a label affixed to the product that warns against the operation of an automobile or machinery while using the product; etc. The bill would give police officers access to the Compassionate Use Fund, a unique fund set up in Maryland to help low-income residents battling serious health issues afford medical cannabis.
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    Yesterday, 11:51 PM
    Origanalist replied to a thread The Last Buick in Open Discussion
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  • Occam's Banana's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:04 PM
    No it doesn't, and you know it ... A truly (not "truely") free market says property owners get to decide who is allowed to use their bathrooms (or any other part of their property). Period. Full stop. Whether "more bathroom inspectors" are needed (whatever it is you mean by "need") is not up to "we". It is up to property owners - and even then, it is up to them only with respect to their own property and no other. Any disapproval you or I or anyone else may have for this is simply irrelevant. And strangely, you never seem to apply your disdain for these metaphorical "bathroom police" to actual, literal "bathroom police". So far as I can tell, you have had nary a disparaging word to say about actual, literal government-credentialed "cops" with actual. literal police powers who actually and literally dictate who must be allowed to use what bathrooms and who mete out actual, literal punishments when those dictates are violated.
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    Yesterday, 10:30 PM
    I never really remember feeling all that free in Vietnam.
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    Yesterday, 09:21 PM
    Cops Fighting Mandatory Drug Tests – Claim it’s ‘Unconstitutional’ to Screen Police Urine In an unprecedented protest against the routine offenses against due process and bodily integrity carried out in the name of the “war on drugs,” the union representing Pittsburgh police officers has condemned workplace drug and alcohol testing as a violation of the Constitution. Their zeal for the right to privacy only applies to themselves, however, not to the public they supposedly serve. NBC affiliate WPXI reports that the Pittsburgh Lodge of the Fraternal Order of Police “has filed a civil rights grievance against the city, claiming officers have been order to undergo drug and alcohol testing that is in violation of their contract.” Union attorney Bryan Campbell describes the policy as “an illegal search and seizure.” To which those not protected by Blue Privilege might respond: Welcome to our world, FOP.
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    Yesterday, 09:17 PM
    Slackers need to get busy and pay . LOL
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    Yesterday, 09:14 PM
    Those two things are certain and why I voted for him.
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    Yesterday, 09:05 PM
    Yes , cut back and enjoy your sunshine . Just sell more clothes to make up the diff.
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    Yesterday, 09:03 PM
    Very nice. Mr A rarely buys me flowers but one year he made me a chicken wing bouquet. He put hot wings (at the top) and celery (for the stem) on bamboo skewers and stood them up in a hurricane glass filled with bleu cheese, lol. Best bouquet I ever got. High of 51 and rain today. In the extended forecast it looks like the sun will peek out on Monday afternoon but we won't see it again for a week - says rain and showers every day. This has been a very rainy winter. I just hope it clears up before it gets warm outside. I was thinking about how happy I'm going to be when it gets warm and I can go swimming but then I remembered that I have a job 4 days a week and I won't get to lounge in the pool very much. I was thinking about cutting back to two or three days a week in the summer.
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    Yesterday, 09:02 PM
    oyarde replied to a thread The Last Buick in Open Discussion
    Ya , guess none of Americas youth will get to enjoy the 1955 Buick Roadmaster . Will more of them turn gay ? Of course.
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    Yesterday, 08:56 PM
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    Yesterday, 08:28 PM
    The Last Buick https://www.ericpetersautos.com/2019/02/17/the-last-buick/ By eric - February 17, 2019 It hasn’t been announced yet, but Buick won’t be around much longer. It’s already mostly gone. GM just announced the cashiering of the Cascada convertible – after less than three years on the market. This follows on the heels of the cancellation of the LaCrosse sedan, which leaves the Regal as the last Buick standing.
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    Yesterday, 08:21 PM
    Be nice if I could dismiss it as easily. Fact is, studies just like this are used by the regulatory state to oppress us.
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    Yesterday, 08:04 PM
    I had a meeting with four other people today to discuss writing me in .
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    Yesterday, 08:01 PM
    No relief in sight for taxpayers denied deductions for state and local taxes https://www.bozemandailychronicle.com/ap_news/washington/no-relief-in-sight-for-taxpayers-denied-deductions-for-state/article_14c4b72e-00d7-5e1c-8630-19cda8b8bb38.html By Jim Puzzanghera Los Angeles Times (TNS) Feb 16, 2019 WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump again indicated this week that he might be open to revisiting the new limit on state and local tax deductions that hits many middle-income residents hard in California and other high-tax, Democratic states. Even so, don’t count on any changes soon to the Republican tax law that went into effect last year.
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