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    Today, 09:26 AM
    Suzanimal replied to a thread Snakes! in Open Discussion
    Get in bubble wrap ball and go over Falls with your 7 ft long boa constrictor - sounds like the idea of a perfectly sane fella to me.o_O If I had any talent, I would write a banjo song about that guy.
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    Today, 08:55 AM
    "Ya'll" ? Texan credentials dubious.
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    Today, 08:40 AM
    This police access to your phone doesn't just reveal your texts. Phones can also contain your contacts, phone calls, passwords, emails, financial accounts, financial transactions, personal identity information, documents, business transactions, purchases, addresses you visited, travel history and more. One more big brother power in the total surveillance state.
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    Today, 07:53 AM
    PCR: "Unlike Oliver Stone, who knew how to interview Vladimir Putin, Megyn Kelly did not. Thus, she made a fool of herself, which is par for her course."
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    Today, 07:48 AM
    Anyone who thinks California is actually spending any less money by passing more laws and regulations for politicized grandstanding is drinking the tainted Kool Aid.
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    Today, 07:00 AM
    So California supports travel to nation states that execute or imprison people for homosexuality, Yet it bans travel to states that do not have enough special class status legislation for homosexuals.
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    Today, 06:49 AM
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    Today, 06:46 AM
    Milwaukee's 10 page application to play Pokemon Go. Rather than being thrilled to see people of all ages flocking to places like the city's Lake Park to enjoy a new form of recreation, though, Milwaukee County implemented new rules requiring permits ... The permitting process is ridiculously long and entirely subjective. Even if you go through the trouble of filling out the 10-page form, parks department officials can reject a permit application for any reason they might want to dream up. ... not many people are playing Pokemon Go anymore ... A lawsuit filed in federal court by a California video game company, Candy Labs AR, challenges Milwaukee's gaming-in-public-parks ordinance as an unconstitutional prior restraint on free speech. ... The permitting process is rather ridiculous. ... the new rule requires would-be gamers to go through an "internal review by the Department of Parks, Recreation, and Culture to determine the appropriateness of the application based on site selection, protection of rare flora and fauna, personal safety, and the intensity of game activities on park lands," ... The ordinance does not establish any objective criteria for the DPRC to follow when reviewing a permit application, does not set any time limit for the review, and does not require anyone who wishes to play a non-virtual game—kickball, football, etc.—to go through any sort of permitting process. ... the county's parks department has the authority to approve or deny any permit for practically any reason, the lawsuit alleges.
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    Today, 06:41 AM
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    Today, 06:22 AM
    I feel safer with these two off the street.:rolleyes:
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    Today, 06:02 AM
    When I'm elected, I'll make sure angry chefs and internet pornographers can't make a mockery of our beloved family pets.
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  • Suzanimal's Avatar
    Today, 05:55 AM
    Amazon is infested with scammers, too. Tons of fake reviews. And those yoga pants will be extra tight if you're not careful. A lot of their clothes are Chinese knock offs sized for children. I've only ever had one problem with an Ebay seller not shipping my stuff and I've always gotten my Amazon stuff. I think they're both okay for different things but I much prefer just buying something where it's easy to return it if it doesn't work out.
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    Today, 03:49 AM
    If you really don't grasp the competition-depressing dynamics involved in forcing people to pay for something that they would otherwise have the option of buying or not, then I really don't know what to say. But the government effectively is providing subsidies by forcing people to pay for auto insurance (rather than going through the more circuitous path of taxing them and then acting as the "consumer" on their behalf). In the case of auto insurance, unecessarily high repair prices are subsidized by all those who are forced to pay for insurance but who do not actually use it (or use it significantly less) because they don't happen to get into any accidents, or they responsibly maintain their cars well, or etc. This is the same dynamic by which schemes like "Obamacare" promote higher medical costs - net payers into the insurance system are forced to subsidize (and thereby encourage) the higher-than-otherwise-necessary costs incurred by the net receivers. The effect of those higher-than-necessary costs as a competitive disadvantage is functionally eliminated because all drivers/owners are being forced to pay regardless. The auto insurance sector has less incentive to "pinch pennies" when it comes to things like repair costs because it can spread those costs over all its "captive" insureds. In fact, higher-than-necessary repair costs become a perverse sort of selling point, as when their insureds think, "Goodness! Look at how much money I would have had to spend without my insurance!" But one of the reasons those prices are so high in the first place is because insurors have less incentive to be competitively cost-conscious due to the mandatory nature of the insurance ...
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    Today, 02:33 AM
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    Press the little square keys in front of you in a predetermined order...
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  • Occam's Banana's Avatar
    Today, 12:18 AM
    Will the "nuclear option" be "on the table?" It should be. After all, we can't afford to let "cyber-terrorists" think we aren't willing to do whatever it takes ...
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    Today, 12:12 AM
    When I'm elected, I'll make sure violent video game makers and fat cats can't take away our glorious future. My opponent is working with corrupt labor unions, illegal immigrants and internet pornographers. Unlike myself, my opponent wants an America where MSNBC cronies and Rupert Murdoch yes-men can corrupt our founding fathers' dreams. (That last one kinda makes sense ...)
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    Yesterday, 11:38 PM
    Not to mention that those third parties were forced to pay for the flash-bang grenades that set your house on fire in the first place. So they end up getting screwed coming and going ...
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    Yesterday, 11:18 PM
    While it may be true that a given attempt at secession might mean war, it is not the case "any" attempt at secession "will" mean war ("simply" or otherwise). Whether secession in any particular instance will result in war depends upon a variety of factors, the foremost of these being the will and wherewithal of the relevant anti-secessionists in forcibly preventing secession. If either is absent (or manifest in insufficient degree), secession can indeed proceed without war. The successful secession of the Baltic states from the Soviet Union is an illustration of this.
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