• Lindsey's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:00 PM
    Apparently hammocks are all the rage among the camping types right now. I've never slept in one, but I saw them at the store for around $25 tonight, so I figure if it comes down to it - that's cheaper than a hotel room. Hotels creep me out. I'd rather sleep with bugs than on someone else's dirty sheets. Maybe I've watched a few too many consumer reporting shows. BTW, I only started planning this trip this morning, someone may still come through for that day and then the point is moot.
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  • Lindsey's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:22 PM
    Thanks! I was hoping the trip would be a chance to spend time with friends I haven't seen in awhile. I have someone lined up for all but one night. Haven't figure out what I will do that night. Maybe I'll pick up a hammock along the way or something.. Here's the dog running with the bike:
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  • Lindsey's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:10 PM
    I am headed out on a 6 day bike tour in the morning. (The dog will be staying home.)
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  • donnay's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:14 PM
    Yes a very long time ago. The books are always better than the movies.
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    Yesterday, 05:10 PM
    God Bless, Olivia! Gone with the wind one of my favorites.
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  • DamianTV's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:24 PM
    I think you get what you pay for, but, there are two sides to that. You can get something that is truly high quality, and that will cost more because of quality materials and workmanship. The trouble is that this often encourages the competition to charge more so people think they are getting a quality product when they are not. In the latter case, you end up paying for overpriced crap. I dont think it is any different than what a Free Market would charge for Labor. And I believe Todd Evans and many others can definitely attest to this. What they get to charge is based on their skill and experience. That experience has taught them what materials are high quality and which ones to avoid. For example, a material used in pluming called Qwest. Basically, it is a very cheap PVC pipe. It is so cheap that a class action lawsuit was brought against the company due to damages caused by ruptured pipes. A plummer would know that Quest Pipe should be avoided at all costs, and if it is present in a home, should be replaced immediately. An unskilled laborer who has only been taught to fit pipes together would not have this experience. This is when trade experience creates a quality product. And those with said skills are right to charge for that. Same thing with a Mechanic, Electrician, etc. When I worked at the TV station, one of the concepts I tried to promote as a valid reason that the job should not go fully automated is that any idiot can do what we do when things work as expected. That isnt the point. The reason they paid us is because we had experience for when things go wrong. An idiot, inexperienced worker, or a machine will not know what to do when things go wrong. Sadly, I think a lot of people are taken advantage of by many employers, such as Wal Mart. Wal Mart wants to charge a bit less than what an experienced mechanic charges. But they only pay their mechanics like $10 or $12 bucks an hour, thus, those profits go in their pockets. Lots of things factored in, but by offering the cheapest services, they can put the skilled mechanics out of business. Those mechanics may end up having to work for Wal Mart, and getting paid $10 - $12 bucks an hour for the utilization of their knowledge and experience. And that is the foundation of why Unions are important. They are intended (doesnt always happen, Unions can have corruption as well) to prevent exploitation of the skilled laborers by corporations like Wal Marx.
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  • donnay's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:33 AM
    There is a lot of rooms in the Whitehouse why do they take some in?
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    Yesterday, 09:32 AM
    Yes the MSM can only report doom and gloom.
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    Yesterday, 08:08 AM
    Yes made by industry and allowed by government who protects the industry--not the people.
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    Yesterday, 08:03 AM
    Rob Schneiderís Uncensored Press Release On Vaccination Read entire article: http://www.greenmedinfo.com/blog/rob-schneider-s-uncensored-press-release-vaccination
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  • donnay's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:54 AM
    The insanity just pours...
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  • donnay's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:49 AM
    Do organic crops ruin and contaminate genetically engineered crops? No. But GE crops can ruin and contaminate a field of organic crops. Then there is no choice when they are allowed everywhere.
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    Yesterday, 07:16 AM
    Mmm. That sounds sooooo good.
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  • donnay's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:14 AM
    It's there to stop us and strip us of our property. Government doesn't have prove a damn thing--cause that is what Mafia's do.
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  • Weston White's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:33 AM
    ...And in any case there are a multitude more than there were 18-years ago. As well how much easier is it to become a resident now than it was nine or more years ago? Also, the government's focus/agenda has since shifted more on taking in immigrants from overseas than from Mexico.
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    Yesterday, 04:19 AM
    The issue is not so much “immigrants”, but ‘illegals.’ Freedom without liberty is anarchy. Most criminal acts, including gun violence, are committed by organized street gangs, which are directly associated with illegals and foreigners. The government wants a constant flood of (illegal) immigrants, be they Hispanic, Asian, or Mid-Eastern for such individuals provide an exponential necessity for pimping social justice programs onto hard-working American voters, while simultaneously increasing America’s remaining occupational fields (the service industry and public employment), and the like.
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    Yesterday, 04:00 AM
    That is the answer, we need a fore-check appointment agency to screen you at your place of residence prior to arriving at the external precheck line to then screen you for the internal check-in activation screening line and then just for extra good measure there should be a final post-checkout screening line to ensure that all are accounted and nothing was left behind by any passengers.
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    Yesterday, 03:48 AM
    I have been arguing TSA is pointless for years, for years, for the possibility of a Brussels styled attack. To wit, TSA is just now realizing this? Governmental malfeasance at best? So their answer is to move their checkpoints to the sidewalks whereas "terrorists" can then do drive-up bombings using motorcycles, SUVs, tractor-trailers, and whatever form of mobile transportation from countless access points? TSA utterly a useless agency. And why is it called the Transportation Security Administration? As it is just supposed to be for airport passengers boarding planes?
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    Yesterday, 03:15 AM
    Me in 2016 Merika: Woman? ... ...
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    Yesterday, 02:59 AM
    I get the feeling this case is being misrepresented, as VA is not a stop and id state; the perp, from my understanding cooperated with the stop and provided his identification to the officer, to this point it is legally deemed a "consensual contact", so everything subsequent to the discovery of his outstanding warrant is legal. It would have been a different case if he said something like I do not consent to your line of questions, if you are not arresting me I am leaving, okay, and the cop said nope, your being detained, give me your id or else I will arrest you... The more bothersome case is the VA federal trial court ruling, finding that you have no expectation of privacy while visiting the Internet, which is of course only true to a degree, as you establish an expectation of privacy as per your browser settings, proxy usage, the Website's TOS, and the like--while the government circumvents that through the use of malicious software, unbeknownst to the user, this is the digital equivalent to installing a GPS device on an individual's vehicle to track their movements, an action which does require a warrant (and the government already realized this fact, which is why they had first obtained a warrant anyway to install their form of malware on visiting computers.)
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  • ZENemy's Avatar
    06-30-2016, 10:21 PM
    But preventing natural selection is illogical.
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  • otherone's Avatar
    06-30-2016, 08:10 PM
    yep. The foundation of their belief system is flawed. Watching the media awkwardly juggle the Eric Garner (etal) story trying to look pro-cop without appearing anti-black was cringe-worthy.
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    06-30-2016, 07:59 PM
    Granted. I'll break it down for you: We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.--That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, Understand that individual Rights are the hallmark of individual sovereignty. Government's role is not to rule, but rather to protect the sovereignty of the individual. Anything less is socialism. The only difference between the alt-right's rhetoric and progressivism is that the alt-right's collectivism is paler
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    06-30-2016, 07:09 PM
    sure...for the quasi-literate:
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  • otherone's Avatar
    06-30-2016, 07:02 PM
    LOL..."zeitgeist" "Hep me, big gub'ment!" May as well be standing in line for your weekly block of cheese.
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  • otherone's Avatar
    06-30-2016, 06:03 PM
    The "alt-right" is just another flavor of Koolaid, incapable of seeing beyond the State's matrix, trading liberty for fear.
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    06-30-2016, 12:16 PM
    A fire truck... really? Did they have 5 alarm chili?
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    06-30-2016, 11:56 AM
    donnay replied to a thread KKK Resurection in U.S. Political News
    ^^^That picture gives me the creeps.
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United States Enumerated Causes of Death per Annum

by Weston White on 09-01-2014 at 05:49 PM
  • 38,325 DIE every year in America from drug related overdoses (30,006 are determined to have been intential SUICIDES); and another 2,463,020 are treated in hospital ER’ for drug abuse
  • Smoking related illness: 480,000 DEAD
  • Abortions: 266,000 DEAD
  • Accidental mishaps: 126,438 DEAD
  • Automotive collisions: 33,783 DEAD
  • Redlight collisions: 893 DEAD
  • Intersection collisions: 8,706 DEAD
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  • Poisoning: 36,280 DEAD
  • Medical error: 195,000 DEAD
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A Discourse on the Crux of the Federal Taxation of Individuals

by Weston White on 08-03-2013 at 09:30 AM
After have worked full-ahead over the last two-months I have finally completed a massive undertaking that Iíve wanted to accomplish for at least the last couple of years. Basically, I compiled much researching along with articles I have written over the course of the last many years; revising, expanding, and cleaning them up as I went. The final result is the preliminary edition of what I have entitled: ďA Discourse on the Crux of the Federal Taxation of IndividualsĒ. I plan on actually completing

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Let Us NOT Give Up on the Constitution

by Weston White on 01-15-2013 at 01:02 PM
This is my personal response to Georgetown law professor Louis Michael Seidman's "OP-ED CONTRIBUTOR LETíS GIVE UP ON THE CONSTITUTION" article.

Countering Evilness, Hypocrisy, and Lunacy: Giving Up on Progressivism

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Ashes Over York

by Weston White on 09-09-2012 at 05:22 PM
~ Ashes Over York ~

Quietness unto
The clandestineness havoc
Approaching without kindness nor cause
Visions within, seizing and stilled
Moments throughout ennoble
Those myriads of many
Responders serve timely and just
Their tact turned heroically fable
With lives lorn and lost, beneath imploring ash
Pith be the corps; newly banded, now entrenched
Tasking singly endured, for if a gloam more

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Instituting National Carrying of Arms Rights: A Congressional Bill Proposal

by Weston White on 08-19-2012 at 09:54 AM
Concerning, is that presently there are several pieces of pending legislation seeking to further impede rights to gun and ammunition purchasing, possession, and ownership, etc.

The following is an initial final draft copy of a proposal intended to be sent to your Representative in Congress (including forwarding it to several potentially interested third-parties). Please feel free to download and modify it to your own linking.

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