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  • acptulsa's Avatar
    Today, 04:13 PM
    Well, I must confess that's the first time in my life I ever heard anyone but a soccer player referred to as a 'footballer'. So, how's Manchester United looking this year?
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  • donnay's Avatar
    Today, 03:38 PM
    Not hard enough, as far as I am concerned.
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    Today, 03:33 PM
    The question remains--is it really needed? Especially the toxic waste they are putting in water supplies.
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  • NorthCarolinaLiberty's Avatar
    Today, 03:31 PM
    I remember when "disrespecting" wasn't even a word.
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  • donnay's Avatar
    Today, 03:29 PM
    Go to the link and read, please: Consumer Uses Automotive Care Products Building/Construction Materials not covered elsewhere Cleaning and Furnishing Care Products Electrical and Electronic Products Fuels and Related Products Metal Products not covered elsewhere
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Today, 03:11 PM
    Police state games for police state nation. Seek entertainment elsewhere. FTR: this is why I stopped watching the last pro sports product that I even loosely followed: NASCAR racing. "Restrictor plates" did it for me. This is RACING, the object is to go as fast as you can.
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    Today, 03:10 PM millionaires have free speech rights even while on the job, but the Chief Executive does not?
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    Today, 03:09 PM
    Funny how the left doesn't believe that, even when you're NOT on company time.
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    Today, 03:02 PM
    I really had no expectations about the show digging into detailed causes of the conflict. They did not do it with The Civil War series. I view these docu-drams as somewhere between actual history and a movie. You take it for what it is, and supplement with other sources. I've been looking at the Pentagon Papers. Here's a couple of passages that refer to the opium trade. Page 4 of this document discusses the "French controlled monopolies on salt, alcohol, and opium..." The next page (5) discusses Binh Xuyen, the gang that evolved from the Black Flag pirates. The CIA agent, Edward Lansdale, cited how the gang's leader, Le Van Bay Vien, colluded with the French and Bao Dai to control gambling and prostitution. He ran an opium factory and ran a distribution system. Here is a Truman administration document discussing Vietnam. There is a section discussing foreign trade, part of which reads: "The central government has derived its chief income from custom fees, excise taxes and monopolies, of which the opium monopoly is the most lucrative." (page 185) Justification of the War. Internal Documents. The Truman Administration. Volume I: 1945 - 1949
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    Today, 02:21 PM
    But he cried. Surely that must mean he's reformed.
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    Today, 02:14 PM
    You crack me up when you talk about chemistry. The link you provided is about an acid used in etching metals.
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    Today, 01:39 PM
    If a harmful substance invades the property of another, whether by land, air, or water, there may be a trespass. If so, the defendant is held responsible for damages.
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  • donnay's Avatar
    Today, 01:32 PM
    The common law protection against this invasion came primarily through legal actions for trespass and nuisance.
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  • charrob's Avatar
    Today, 01:05 PM
    +1 rep. Totally agree. My question is is standing for the National Anthem actually a condition of their employment? Is it written in their contracts? Thousands of posts all over the internet have angry people saying they can 'protest on their own time' but not on their employer's time. But where in their contracts is it explicitly written that they have to do anything more than play football?
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  • donnay's Avatar
    Today, 01:03 PM
    It's called common sense. You should try using it sometimes. An intentional act to do harm, proven beyond a reasonable doubt, by a fully informed jury is all that needs to happen. No EPA SWAT teams necessary.
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    Today, 12:48 PM
    Where did I say there should be laws against polluting? It is interesting how you can read all that in what I wrote. Typical I must say, because most people only want to see what they want to see, and hear what they want to hear.
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  • donnay's Avatar
    Today, 12:32 PM
    God's wrath is the ultimate judgment. HE destroyed the earth once before (Katabolē) HE will most assuredly do it again in the end. Man has polluted this earth so much it's a shame. God loves this earth (especially Jerusalem) and will restore it to it's original state after the white throne judgment.
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    Today, 11:58 AM
    If a business poisons the ground water, rivers, streams--etc..., there should be independent investigations and the judicial system to stop them and pay damages. That is the only time government should be used to enforce something.
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    Today, 10:39 AM
    His receivers and runners aren't the ones giving him a chance to let his brilliance shine. They're good, and a large part of why the Chiefs are being called the best team, but they aren't making Smith suddenly look like Staubach. He finally has a seriously good offensive line. Last year he was having to get the ball out in two seconds. Even Tyreek Hill can't run fifty yards in two seconds. No wonder the morons were claiming (against all kinds of evidence) he couldn't throw the ball more than five yards. Just because offensive lines never get any credit does not mean they don't make all the difference. The last time the Chiefs had an offense this good, it outlasted Joe Montana and even outlasted Marcus Allen. But by the time John Alt, Dave Szott and Will Shields retired, it was over. I've been a Chiefs fan longer than you. I'm pretty sure the best we can hope for is that the officials will make it so obvious they're cheating the Chiefs in the postseason that the fans finally lynch Roger Goodell. I'm old enough to remember 1999. I know what the Chiefs deserve. I also know what gifts John Elway gets given to him.
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    Today, 10:33 AM
    Let's see. Dannno approves, and there are two words in the title containing TT which are not normally spelled that way. I guess that means it contains a lot of bare tiTTies.
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    Today, 10:21 AM
    Uh, no. The 412 was still in production fifteen years later. Maybe he doesn't consider it a Ferrari because it has a back seat. But the fact is, it is a GT. The 'Daytona', on the other hand, is not, despite what he says... But, you know, Ford and any number of other companies have stuck the GT tag on two seaters even though Gran Turismo was originally used on cars with a kid-size back seat. The Mustang is a GT, the Corvette--and GT40--technically are not. It begs the question--if he doesn't consider a four seater a Ferrari, does he consider the Cayenne SUV a Porsche?
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    Today, 10:15 AM
    Cops Now Hiding Behind Kids on School Buses to Bust People Texting While Driving By Jack Burns - September 24, 2017 Indiana police officers have devised a somewhat devious plan to separate motorists from their money, all in the name of “keeping the public safe.” They are now hopping on school buses and using the elevated riding platform to look down into the cars of other motorists to see if they are texting while driving. According to reports, after the officers on the buses encounter a violator, they radio their colleague in patrol cars and tell them to pull the vehicle over and to issue either a warning or a citation. The move to put police officers on school buses is not without criticism, and while what is taking place in Indiana may seem like an isolated police tactic, the measure is happening all throughout the country. According to Wave3 News:
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    Today, 09:56 AM
    In the Rearview: Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona (1968-1973) By eric - September 25, 2017 The last of a thing is often a cause for nostalgia, even regret. The new thing may be objectively superior and hard to fault by the numbers. But something’s been lost, just the same. And the thing will never be the same again.
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    Today, 09:50 AM
    The pipeline has to be approved by the NE legislature. We should be supporting the re-election of the pro-property rights Libertarian candidate currently in the legislature.
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