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The Polling Pit / Re: Wages/Salary
« on: September 08, 2012, 05:01:07 AM »
I think it still depends on the hierarchy that the job is in. Or better yet, if a job would present more income to earn, the workers should be paid more. If it presents little or no revenue they should be paid a bit less

The Polling Pit / Re: Property Tax
« on: September 08, 2012, 04:58:50 AM »
No I think they shouldn't lose their home if they fail to pay a property tax. They should be given more options to pay for it and better rates at that since the government should know that there is a viable reason as to why this happens

The Polling Pit / Re: Statists
« on: September 08, 2012, 04:57:41 AM »
I don't think so. Well that is in my view. But I think they are not only present in warm weather states, they can also be in cold weather states. Don't be biased! :D

I've got to say, I also think they are using government services to spy on people's homes. And then they would talk about privacy laws and stuff.

It already makes me high just seeing those pots' pictures. But yeah there really are legal pot that would be used for medical purposes and I for one am a witness to that

This seems like a great idea to get myself some silver as well. Thanks for sharing this, I would surely be looking forward to the proceeds of this thread.It seems like with the right answers I would be granted my own silver trading business as well!

I believe any sane person should be able to own a gun without asking permission from big-daddy(gubment).

Having said that, how do you feel about totally crazy, rolling their poop into little balls insane people going down to the gun shop and picking one up spur of the moment? You might say "well, the gun dealer is not forced to sell a gun to him". Ok, lets say the dealer is a dumb-ass and doesn't recognise the guy as being off his rocker.

Theres gotta be some kind of line, right? Or do you just let bat-shit-insane people get them and hope someone mows them down when the opportunity arises? I mean, I myself would be fine with that, but there are a whole lot more people out there that wouldn't be.

Count me in those people that wouldn't be okay with that. I say gun shops should first ask for licenses and a supporting mental illness clearance to make sure he is not insane

Photoshops / Re: Fuck War
« on: September 08, 2012, 04:07:03 AM »
I say "Fuck War, let's drink coke and not smoke weed!" Seriously, doing that in his uniform will get him retired early

Photoshops / Re: FTL Press Material
« on: September 08, 2012, 04:05:49 AM »
Thanks for sharing! I just thought this up, but wouldn't it be a great feature to let members in here to photoshop their own pictures as they upload it? just a though though :)

Photoshops / Re: How to make TSA more effective (via Photoshop)
« on: September 08, 2012, 04:04:17 AM »
How is this helpful? It would be better if "Everytime someone leaves their laptops and liquids in their bags, someone will have their laptop shortcuircited!"

Serious Business / Re: Shameless Self Promotion (a.k.a. begging for $$)
« on: September 08, 2012, 03:34:50 AM »
I think that is what is most important in sports, being able to build your self esteem through seeing your own goals. You are doing great coach!

Serious Business / Re: Put another lump of coal on the fire, Cratchit.....
« on: September 08, 2012, 03:15:00 AM »
Would really go and get one myself if my house needed heating. It is really, really hot here in our area nowadays and I don't think adding coal to the heat would be productive for improving the ecosystem. (Oh, don't mind me I'm just ranting)

Serious Business / Re: Years of Persuasion
« on: September 08, 2012, 03:11:26 AM »
So, rewind back to when I'm 17. I'm driving home from work one Sunday afternoon and I pass by a house that has a handful of police cars in the yard. Not sure what's going on there, but I continue on to my house and as I'm pulling into my driveway several miles away I see a police car coming from the opposite direction. He pulls into my driveway behind me and cuts his blue lights on. Apparently someone about an hour earlier had shot at the previously mentioned house from a moving vehicle. My crime was that I happened to be driving by an hour later. I had met this officer before and he had recognized my car and met me at my house to ask me where I was coming from. I told him work and he asked if I had any weapons in the car. I told him I did not and he asked if he could search my car. Now, today I would have done things a lot differently but I didn't have anything to hide so I consented. During this time my Dad came out also. The officer searched my car and didn't find anything and left. The incident wasn't really that big of deal and the officer was actually pretty nice about the whole thing, but it always bothered me that he just happened to see me driving down the road an hour later and he felt like he had probable cause to search my car? Why would he even be suspicious of someone just driving by later? Obviously this was a huge fishing expedition that could have gone badly for any number of reasons. It was also an embarrassment for me because this was in the middle of the afternoon and who knows what my neighbors were thinking.

What was disturbing was what if you have an actual weapon in your car? Even if you were a few years older and you have the right license, they could still push you to be a criminal even though you were just driving by.

Serious Business / Re: What It Takes To Be A Top Level Athete
« on: September 08, 2012, 03:07:04 AM »
I agree that the best competitors take credit cards online and are younger than 25. The Chinese swimmer who earned gold was only 16 years old! But these kids are really at the top of their health and I am pretty sure that the decaying process as they age will be put off a good number of years

General / Re: Clinging to outdated and inefficient things.. What's the word?
« on: September 08, 2012, 03:04:54 AM »
I admit I won't be able to help you with finding out the word, but the way he described newspapers is really annoying. It is not outdated offshore merchant account, it is just that there are no affordable high-tech mediums available yet that can be bought by everyone from the poor to the rich and that you can safely read as you sip your coffee. Newspapers reach any kind of people and that s why it stays as a good source of the current state of the world

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