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  • DamianTV's Avatar
    Today, 04:38 AM
    I would put money that whoever is trying to sue him now did it intentionally because they knew damn good and well it would result in a lawsuit. Again INTENTIONAL. People do have the FREEDOM to choose to shop where ever the hell they want. And THAT is the reason that I am highly suspicious of people choosing to try to do business with a guy who is known to stand up for his right to believe what ever the hell he wants to believe. If those people wanted to be happy, they would have supported a different business, and thereby that business owner if they are more accommodating to LGBTBBQWTFROFLSCUBA Genders.
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    Today, 04:27 AM
    If I'm stuck in a burning building can I request the brawny guy? I don't think the socially aware, emotional woman will be much help. I'm pretty sure I'll be socially aware and emotional enough in that situation without assistance. As a matter of fact, I'll take the brawny guy for my CPR, too.:)
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    Today, 03:58 AM
    Jesus Christ. They're just not gonna leave this man alone.
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  • DamianTV's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:27 PM
    No stories to link to here. Just a simple question. How do you think having NO PRIVACY will affect your life? Please consider multiple sources such as Govt, Insurance, Employers, Neighbors, Marketers and others I havent listed...
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  • Occam's Banana's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:22 PM
    Now, now - that was only for business purposes. It's just not right to suggest that it might signify anything else ...
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  • Occam's Banana's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:36 PM
    And so we come full circle ... If they are going to strike it down because of its source (EO vs. act of Congress), then: How can it possibly work to our advantage if the courts say, "This does not pass muster as an EO - but it might as an act of Congress ..."? But if they are going to strike it down because of its substance, then:
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  • Occam's Banana's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:56 PM
    But this just puts it under the best-case "pointless and unnecessary" branch of the "either-or" I presented. (And it could end up under the worst-case "counter-productively dangerous" scenario if the BATFE decides to change its mind.) What is the point of issuing a regulatory EO that won't be enforced? How is an unenforced EO (or an enforced one, for that matter) supposed to preempt or beat down the Democrats' gun-grabbing efforts in any way? And if, as you say, the courts would give greater deference to an act of Congress, then why should the Democrats feel at all inhibited or stymied by Trump's supposedly toothless EO? Indeed, it seems that just the opposite should be the case. After all, sharks don't go away when there's blood in the water ... In short: the Trumpslanation we have been offered for this makes absolutely no sense whatsoever. The sensible explanation is that this is not a ploy and that Trump is simply a half-assed gun-grabber (as accords with the history of his remarks on the issue going back decades). No chess required.
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  • kcchiefs6465's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:21 PM
    And last but not least: This isn't even that big of a deal. Bump stocks are kind of gay anyways. /missingthefuckingpoint
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  • kcchiefs6465's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:20 PM
    It's a good thing he gave us all those Conservative Judges to overturn the unconstitutional laws he really doesn't want passed but has to pass for political capital. Checks and balances! /fullretardwitha5thgradeunderstandingoftheworld
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  • kcchiefs6465's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:04 PM
    This is just a bone to give the antigun crowd so they don't take away more rights. /fullretard
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  • Occam's Banana's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:22 PM
    You and dannno are trying to have it both ways ... If the courts are going to beat down Trump's crappy gun-grabby laws, then why wouldn't they beat down the Democrats' crappier gun-grabbier laws? Or to state things the other way around, if the courts are at all likely to allow the Democrats' crappier gun-grabbier laws, then why wouldn't they be at least as likely (if not more) to allow Trump's crappy gun-grabby laws? If they WOULD beat down the Democrats' crap, then why does Trump need to do anything? But if they would NOT beat down the Democrats' crap, then why should anyone expect them to beat down Trump's? IOW: Either Trump's crap is pointless and unnecessary at best (at worst, it is counter-productively dangerous if it does manage to pass judicial muster), or it is not a ploy ...
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  • Suzanimal's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:30 PM
    I was listening to a "conservative" talk show host on the way home form work yesterday and his idea was to build the wall AND double the foreign welfare because, he thought, if we give them more money we can prevent immigrants because their countries will be better. :rolleyes: I was reminded of why I don't listen to talk radio.
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    Yesterday, 06:27 PM
    I think you need a pair of those socks with the toe socks. I had a pair once and they were rainbow striped. That was before rainbows were gay.
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    Yesterday, 06:23 PM
    The best gift I ever got was the Play Doh Barber Shop but I had the flu that Christmas and the smell of the Play Doh made me vomit. Another year I got the Holly Hobby Easy Bake Oven. I got excited and used up all my cake batter that morning and my mom cut the cord on the oven because she said the cakes were nasty and made me take it outside and put in the playhouse my dad built me. I used the little pans to make mud pies and I would stick them in the broken oven to dry out. I just pretended it baked. The worst gifts I got were a Bionic Barbie doll. She wasn't pretty and didn't even come with a dress I could use on my nice Barbie. She came in a goofy jogging suit. My stinky brother bought me that and my other worst gift was from another stinky brother. His cheap ass put a chunk of lead in a shoe box and wrapped it up for me. I was so excited. I thought it was gonna be good because it was so heavy. Once, my dad bought my mom a vacuum cleaner and we (it was dad's idea) took it apart and wrapped it in pieces. My mom was so pissed. I think that was when she gave up on having a nice Christmas and, after that, the gifts only went downhill. I've received everything from canned bread (it's actually not bad) to an old broken wedding clock. I've tried to put nice gifts under the tree but I want my kids to have a taste of my childhood so I always fill their stockings with crazy shit. I find the best stuff at the Asian Grocery store and Richard's Variety shop. The worst purchases I've made are the Shrimp Flavored Potato Chips (they smelled like rotten shrimp) and the Turkish Delight I bought after reading Narnia with them. It wasn't delightful. I can't believe Edmund sold out his siblings for that shit.
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  • Danke's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:18 PM
    " ... that nobody will want to go work in the United States anymore". lol, like that is why they come.
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  • Occam's Banana's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:16 PM
    Make fun of you? Perish the thought! Rather, I thank you for the QED.
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  • DamianTV's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:00 PM
    And what, 75% of the top MILLION websites use Google Analytics? There is more money to be made by selling data they collect on you than to send you a bill. Should WE not be the ones getting PAID to have all our shit tracked if they are making THAT much off of us?
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    Yesterday, 06:00 PM
    Man ordered to build replica of San Francisco home after illegally demolishing building A man who illegally demolished a San Francisco house designed by modernist architect Richard Neutra was ordered this week to rebuild it exactly as it was. The city Planning Commission also ordered Ross Johnston to add a sidewalk plaque telling the entire saga of the house's origins in the 1930s, its demolition and replication. Johnston purchased the 1936 residence, known as the Largent House, in 2017 for $1.7 million. Johnston had planned to remodel the 1,300-square-foot home in the Twin Peaks neighborhood and submitted his plans for the two-story house to the city, which mostly kept the first floor intact. His permit was approved.
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  • angelatc's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:57 PM
    As a former cop, he should know how to obtain the home address of the officer that arrested him.
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    Yesterday, 05:51 PM
    I could go for an emotional support fried chicken and Popeye's has the best.
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    Yesterday, 05:47 PM I bet they feel safer already.
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    Yesterday, 05:44 PM
    CRAFT BEER WITH A FREE-MARKET CHARACTER As the microbrewery trend is seeing a rise everywhere in the world, 2018 saw the launch of the White Collar Brewing in Bucharest, in my native Romania. Behind the already highly acclaimed beers lies an interesting piece of information: the brewery is the entrepreneurial endeavor of an Austrian economist, professor at the Romanian-American University in Bucharest and former Mises Institute fellow, Bogdan Glăvan. Bogdan’s business started as a passion for craft beers, filling in a gap in a domestic market saturated with mass-produced, bland tasting options. Although he built it alongside his lifelong dedication to scholarship in the tradition of Mises and Rothbard in his academic profession, the two passions are not as separate as you might expect. First, one of the beers is named “Zero Taxe” (eng. Zero Taxes), a nod to the main policy recommendation of any consistent Rothbardian. Bogdan also recommends it to be enjoyed together with Mises’s Human Action. Some of his customers also subscribe to this view and their recommendations on the brewery’s homepage are equally witty: “ is so good, the government should nationalize it and redistribute it to all its citizens. IPA for the people!”
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    Yesterday, 05:42 PM Companies are ALWAYS trustworthy, but your best friends and family should not be trusted nearly as much as Companies.
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  • Occam's Banana's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:32 PM
    It's Quantum Dark Energy Wormhole Chess. Anyone who doesn't see that this is just a tricksy feint designed to stick it to the Swamp and put the G in MAGA is a stooge or a shill. (And anyway, Trump isn't perfect and Hillary would have been worse, so stop being such an ingrate. You should be thankful ...)
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    Yesterday, 05:13 PM
    She is gonna need a lot more than a couple of weeks.
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    Yesterday, 05:12 PM
    any orifice that is bleeding.
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