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    Today, 12:35 PM
    Yeah. He has not updated his page with his votes for a quite a while.
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    Today, 12:05 PM
    My guess is that he believes the Executive branch has the right to make this policy
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    Yesterday, 06:58 PM
    What difference does it make? Some of us are ld enough to remember a time when insurance policies were pretty much just major medical. In a free market, we would be able to choose that. Changing insurance after getting sick means you do not actually understand insurance. Let's talk about cars. Changing policies after you've already had an accident? Good luck.
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    Yesterday, 06:52 PM
    Live lietening: OK - the first minute is funny. Potential! Minute 2: WTF is a Social Justice attorney? 2:14 LOL! Went to the site, disclaimer says, "Obvious parody is obvious," so Osan, you can stop sobbing now. Some things are stil right with the world. And this is hysterical - they've done a great job.
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  • MelissaWV's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:52 PM
    Idk. There's that one carpenter around 2000 years ago that's still pretty popular.
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  • MelissaWV's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:52 PM
    A couple of things to add. "Africa" is a very large place. Yeah, actually, a lot of it was pretty amazing for a very long time. The particular combination of resources and relative isolation of civilizations, though, made it ripe for other groups to come in and exploit those resources. The very first to exploit slaves, gold, and other resources were fellow Africans. From there, it was only a hop skip and jump for people to swoop in and mine, etc.. It doesn't mean that the people coming in were evil, or that the natives were all noble savages, or any similar idiocy. Also, I really don't mind racist as a label. I do think it would get tossed around a little less if it weren't the equivalent of shouting "fire" in a crowded theater. Most people are at least a little racist, and some are incredibly (almost comically) racist. Until they take steps to harm someone or institutionalize their hatred into depriving people of rights (real rights, btw, not "the right to free stuff" type rights), it's fine with me. Lynching someone --- ANYONE --- is pretty godawful. It wouldn't be any prettier if the victim were other-than-black. Calling someone a name, though, just reveals your true colors and the person on the receiving end gets to decide how to react to it. Remember that? When you had to decide whether to fight, walk away, or come up with a witty retort? Before people called the cops because their safe space was violated?
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    Yesterday, 05:33 PM
    If there's an issue with foreigners learning English, the implication is that native speakers can at least "reach the peddles" and learn to speak properly. The person I was quoting was applauding the idea that foreigners don't "talk English good" and that it's a major part of the problem. It's merely a pet peeve of mine for some reason. Carry on.
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  • angelatc's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:18 PM
    Liberals love trains. It's a symptom of the disease.
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    Yesterday, 12:58 PM
    I am not enamored with any of the top 3. Philosophically I align with Petersen. I like McAffe because he shoots right from the hip. I think Johnson is the most electable. I am prepared to support any of them if fr no other reason than breaking the 2 party system. But if history is any indicator, the young rabid libertarians will not pull together after the primary. 2/3 rds will slink off and put, proudly refusing to vote for the lesser evil who won the nomination. Which makes pandering to them pointless.
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    Yesterday, 11:44 AM
    I must commend the College Republicans for being far more sane than I am. I would have clubbed someone. If there's gonna be a war, then let's get it on. Side note, according to Tom Woods, not only did they pay for the venue, they were charged a last minute security fee of $1000. They should get their money back.
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    05-24-2016, 06:13 PM
    She made it relevant when she decided to use it to make a point. It's now a joke.
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    05-24-2016, 06:10 PM
    I know. I sort of hoped Christie would be in because he's quick witted but Trump is faster and cruder.
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  • MelissaWV's Avatar
    05-24-2016, 05:08 PM
    My question back to DamianTV is "Why won't so many native speakers do that here?"
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    05-24-2016, 09:55 AM
    I have never been a Rockwell fan, and his embrace of Trump certainly hasn't changed that! But he is one of Ron Paul's friends. Do you think that Ron Paul has stopped returning his calls just because Rockwell has taken a different position in this election season? Because I don't.
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    05-23-2016, 08:15 PM
    Yeah, probably! I am getting the BBS page now! thanks!
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    05-22-2016, 06:17 PM
    Well, no - not sure. But the talking points seemed rehearsed, and they would swarm. There was something off about it.
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    05-22-2016, 10:47 AM
    Back in 2007/08, they were all over Youtube every time the subject of Tibet came up. Their English (or lack of it) gave them away - their grammar was never quite right, but since half the college grads I know seem to end up in CHina teaching English, I'm sure that's no longer a problem
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    05-21-2016, 10:30 PM
    So the Venezuelans spanked their kids and made the economy collapse. Got it - thanks for the heads up! And as far as the "it's the oil prices, stupid!" argument, others say that's only a part of the problem, and that the beginning of the end predates the fall in oil prices. This is circa 2009:
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  • MelissaWV's Avatar
    05-21-2016, 01:39 PM
    Not sure how one would credit that, however their latest widespread testing got them a 90%+ failure rate on planted violations. There are also a number of ways the TSA (or any future private equivalent) won't be able to stop things. If there's a mechanic who got past a background check, a pilot with a death wish, or a lithium ion battery (or ten) that someone missed, results can be pretty awful. If there's a bomb or attack during these three-hour tours around the checkpoints, it will be catastrophic, especially since many airports are multi-story buildings. I can think of several where the security line is above the baggage claim/rental car check-in area. I can think of at least one where the security checkpoint is right next to an oft-occupied area of a hotel that's inside of the airport itself. The arrivals are also normally pouring out of the space right next to the security lines, with waiting friends and family on this side of security along with the hundreds --- or more --- waiting in line. Or people could get even more clever and distribute biological weaponry in that same contained area. Many people are removing shoes, and almost everyone is handling those plastic bins. You could distribute something in the ice on the plane itself. There are a number of things that could be done to those little free bags of snacks. In other words, there is always going to be a risk that someone who's annoyed is going to do something awful. Putting forth an army of flunkies who can't find a fake gun strapped to someone going through their line is not going to stop any of it.
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    05-21-2016, 01:24 PM
    So all the Government bathrooms have that offensive signage removed, right? And no urinals (those just mock the "transitional" people who cannot pee standing up yet; I'm sure it will cause all kinds of triggering). And the gyms and showers, of course, that the staffers use... those have been changed first and foremost, right? Right?
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  • MelissaWV's Avatar
    05-21-2016, 01:12 PM
    He wasn't at the White House. This is a repeated issue with these reported "disturbances." He was near the greater Metro area, so to speak, of the White House (which includes a bunch of big ole "Executive" buildings, some lawns, a bunch of little security huts, the area with the Christmas tree in winter, etc.), but not at the gates, and definitely not "on the lawn" as some reports seem to suggest.
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    05-21-2016, 01:07 PM
    Video aside, this general question has a very simple answer. If you were abroad for a few months in Germany (for sake of argument), you might attempt to learn the language ahead of time. You would definitely have an accent, and no one would mistake you for a native speaker. You might bravely attempt to order in German at a restaurant, but depending on your attention to detail, you might end up confusing or insulting someone in the process. You certainly would not be at your most comfortable in German. Now imagine that your waitress smiles and says "Are you American? I could take that order in English if you'd like, or explain some of the menu items." Even if you speak some of the local language, from a customer service perspective it helps to make your clientele be at ease and happy in your establishment. Should it be the law? Hell no. I should be able to decide I don't want kids, or dogs, or women, or whatever, in my establishment. I could cater only to fat, bearded smokers over 50. I will deal with the financial results of those decisions, of course. Back to the particular establishment, I'm not sure there's even a direct translation for custard that would satisfactorily explain what it is. I just tell my parents it's mantecado.
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  • angelatc's Avatar
    05-21-2016, 08:28 AM
    You've consistently stated that you suck at fund raising but without a viable long term sustainable operating plan, this problem will never fix itself.
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    05-21-2016, 07:59 AM
    He should follow that up with "it will be fair." Then he'd have a great talking point. Devoid of substance but making America great.
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  • angelatc's Avatar
    05-20-2016, 02:44 PM
    This. Putting forth the "it's ilegal!" arguments only serves to make libertarians to look foolish.
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    05-20-2016, 01:47 PM
    angelatc replied to a thread Millipedes??? in Freedom Living
    Googling seems to indicate that most milipede infestations are short iived. Because I am a miser, I'd be in the vacuum camp.
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    05-20-2016, 01:15 PM
    angelatc replied to a thread Millipedes??? in Freedom Living
    This is a sign from God that you need chickens.
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    05-20-2016, 10:20 AM
    It is your responsibility not to make errors. It really is that simple.
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    05-20-2016, 10:18 AM
    No, that's just not right. The Income tax predates SS, and even illegal aliens are required by law to pay income taxes.
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    05-18-2016, 06:18 PM
    Repeat after me....lots of things kill cancer cells in a petri dish.
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