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Posted by Obummerstinks
21 Jan 2014, 9:35 pm

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skews13 » 21 Jan 2014 8:19 pm wrote:

Hell of a taxi cab service.


Hahaha.....funny you say that. When someone asks me what I do for a living these days, I always tell them I drive a taxi. Essentially, that's really all I do.
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21 Jan 2014, 9:43 pm

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GailyBee » 21 Jan 2014 8:42 pm wrote:

They all SHOULD be burned for accepting gifts. ALL of them. BOTH parties.


Agreed. But the law isn't usually for those lofty beacons of hope, they're for us dullards paying their way.
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21 Jan 2014, 9:40 pm

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Boy, if they all got burned for accepting crap and being bought, we'd have no one in the House or Senate.

One of my favorites was the guy with all the dough in his freezer a few years back.
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22 Jan 2014, 5:55 pm

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Misty » 22 Jan 2014 2:30 pm wrote:
He went to jail for 13 years.


Good. He earned that. Same goes for this guy, or any others found guilty. These clowns that make the laws think they're all above them, I'd like to see all of them investigated and get back to the basics of citizens serving citizens............not the BS we have today.
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Posted by Obummerstinks
23 Jan 2014, 11:59 pm

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Reasonable » 23 Jan 2014 10:31 pm wrote:
The subpoenas have just been issued. No one has been interrogated yet.

I see you don't keep yourself informed.


Copy, so nothing as of yet.

No, unlike your kind - I'm not affected nor overly interested in this. I do enjoy the fact you folks are wrapping yourself around the axle, praying there is something, anything, that can keep this guy from trouncing the arkansas hillbilly. That is the extent of my interest.

I'll check back in due time to see if anything has actually happened.
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Posted by Obummerstinks
24 Jan 2014, 7:30 pm

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Cannonpointer » 24 Jan 2014 3:38 pm wrote:

Yes. ANd you already know about it but are playing the fingers in the ears game about it.

I will run it to you, one more time, so that you can no longer pretend to be BOTH ignorant of the facts AND heterosexual:

It was admitted by the administration that christie either hired an entire inner-circle that smirks at him and pursues their own unlawful agendas right under his nose, or he was himself involved in illegal shenanigans.

Either way, toast.

You're welcome. Now, go play. :)


So..........alot of gibberish - but no smoking gun.

Thanks for the update.
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Posted by Obummerstinks
26 Jan 2014, 11:45 pm

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Nine California public school students are suing the state over its laws on teacher tenure, seniority and other protections that the plaintiffs say keep bad educators in classrooms.

The case that goes to trial Monday in Los Angeles Superior Court is the latest battle in a growing nationwide challenge to union-backed protections for teachers in an effort to hold them more accountable for their work. The nonjury trial is expected to wrap up in March.

"The system is dysfunctional and arbitrary due to these outdated laws that handcuff school administrators," said Theodore J. Boutrous, the lead attorney on the case sponsored by an educational reform group.

Judge Rolf Treu, who will decide the case, rejected a motion to dismiss the case.

The lawsuit wants the court to deem unconstitutional five statutes within the state education code. Besides the one on tenure, three others lay out the steps to dismiss a teacher, and the fifth mandates the last-hired, first-fired rule, which the lawsuit's attorneys say hurts teachers who are young but may be talented.

http://news.yahoo.com/california-students-file-suit-nix-tenure-law-153854325.html
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Posted by Obummerstinks
28 Jan 2014, 12:31 pm

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You guys are wimps, its a beautiful day. About 5" of fresh snow, 10 deg's right now - and bright blue beautiful skies. Nothing better than sucking in that ultra clean, fresh, cool air. :cool:
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28 Jan 2014, 11:38 pm

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Nope.....didn't bother. From what I've read, it's the same ole' BS.
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30 Jan 2014, 10:40 pm

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skews13 » 30 Jan 2014 9:19 pm wrote:

Seattle has the best pass rush in football. If they can get to Peyton, they've got a chance. They are also the number one scoring defense. Which means Peyton can't make any mistakes. The problem Seattle has, is they're playing Peyton. If they get to him on a stunt, he'll go hurry up. He's got a million two second plays he can call. The Broncos are a 40 point week in, week out football team. Seattle will have to hold them to 20 to have a chance, because they don't put those kind of points up. The stats on both sides of the ball say Seattle wins. But are you going to bet against Peyton Manning in a big game?


You're pretty much right. I can't predict who will win, about the only thing I can predict is it should be one hell of a game.

The Denver rush defense is underrated, they do well against the run. To me, the key will be for them to be able to stop Lynch - but just as importantly to not let Wilson run wild. I have little doubt they're D will have someone shadowing Wilson, but that doesn't guarentee stopping him as he's a heck of an athlete. If the Denver D can stop the run and force Wilson to pass, I like our chances.

Yep, can't say anything negative about the Seahawks D, they're stout - and I enjoy watching them. Very explosive across the board. But you're right, if they don't get to Manning - they're in trouble. Manning's like a freaking surgeon.....fun stuff to watch. He also adjusts really well. The key will be keeping us from scoring 30+. If they can keep it in the 20's, good chance Seattle wins.

Can't wait. Ironically, I head out of DIA tomorrow for ............. SeaTac to do a contract flight for one of Seattles well do to computer guys. Yes, I'll be wearing Bronco garb all Friday until we depart Saturday am.

Go Broncos
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01 Feb 2014, 1:54 am

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Cannonpointer » 01 Feb 2014 12:42 am wrote:

Precisely. He will be dealt with just like any other crooked pol that gets caught. Live with it - he's done.


We'll see, politicians make a living doing waaaaaaaaaay worse than this.

Hey, I'm sure you'll disagree......maybe you can take away another 5 rep points like you've done previously fruitcake.
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