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21 Jan 2014, 10:41 am

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Truthwarrior757 » 21 Jan 2014 9:02 am wrote:

You wouldn't want your airline pilot to be drug tested? your service employees? your childs day care provider? your nurse?

YEA SURE! tell me another one sweetheart :LOL:
the things a person would really be worried about wouldn't show up on urinalysis anyway. An expensive hair or blood test would be necessary and still wouldn't prove they were intoxicated on the job. Besides the fact that perfectly legal medications can impare a person badly too.
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21 Jan 2014, 8:30 pm

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At least you learned something golfboy.
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22 Jan 2014, 10:23 pm

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Huey » 22 Jan 2014 5:21 pm wrote:

No, I shredded your Jesus argument. That is when you used the hold debate tactic of claiming I am against this, that and the other thing hide your lack of substance. You create straw men and false flags to attack the other poster,

The problem with your tactic is it does not knock me off the topic or upset me. Years ago it would but not now,

Nice try, let's sum this up:

The essence of Jesus's teaching was to take care of those who couldn't care from themselves and to show man how to gain the kingdom of heaven. Some of the individual choices a man must make was to feed the norm sell their belongings and give the proceeds directly to the poor, etc. It was not give to government OR support government taking from others. It was something that must come from the heart, without reservation.

Now, if you wish to discuss my opinions on SNAP, welfare, etc so you can accurately represent my opinions, just say the word. Or don't be reasonable and just post whatever you need to hide your defeat.
"render unto ceasar what is ceasars." If you don't want to pay taxes do business in bible verses but clearly the Christian thing to do is support welfare for the least among us.
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24 Jan 2014, 2:05 pm

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Hat_Creek » 24 Jan 2014 11:17 am wrote:
Rednecks are dominating ratings.
From Duck Dynasty to Gold Rush and a pile of shows in between.
Hard working rednecks are proving regular people can be successful, are successful.

Must suck to be a libturd couch potato, getting drunk and stoned, watching rednecks
making real money through hard work. The new libturd dream, to be a wealthy redneck.
Only thing stopping them is the hard work part requirement.
when I was in construction I spent a lot of time getting stoned with rednecks. Same with lawncare and factory work. None of those jobs made any of us wealthy but a decent living for sure. If you want to be wealthy hard work isn't enough.
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24 Jan 2014, 9:02 pm

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Misty » 24 Jan 2014 7:56 pm wrote:
I get that idea from the constant slut shaming from the right.

First I have a problem with the word 'given' when what I am talking about is having contraceptives covered as a routine part of a woman's health care coverage.
Secondly why do you assume that only single women are using birth control?

Not to mention that there are non coitus reasons awoman could want birth control.
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26 Jan 2014, 1:43 pm

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Turbans are a Sikh thing not just a Muslim thing. I think Viking horns on combat helmets is a great idea.
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27 Jan 2014, 12:46 pm

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larryc12 » 27 Jan 2014 11:01 am wrote:

No? They're both preventative care, are they not? Salting an icy sidewalk is not related to birth control either then. Now, of course, you can try to make the case that BC pills are not about preventative care if you like.
the ammount of paint chips I would have to eat to concede that firearms are preventitive care exceeds my yearly intake levels.
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27 Jan 2014, 8:44 pm

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This thread went far off the tracks. I did get a call from shaniqa though. She said some creepy old guy delivered a gun to her house and she sold it topay for her birth control. She told me she needs better health coverage more than a rusty 38.
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31 Jan 2014, 12:20 am

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bigsky » 30 Jan 2014 11:16 pm wrote:

oh no...i have a say...i take pictures of whores leaving planned parent hood and post them on the internet...i mail them to their parents, their boyfriends...i started a group called whore watch..your mother was my first target...ass hole
lol your ex girlfriend probably got her bc pills there while you were trolling the health department for extra small condoms.... I think you need to post yourself to whore watch
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31 Jan 2014, 12:33 pm

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Annoyed Liberall » 31 Jan 2014 11:17 am wrote:
WTF is up with her eyebrows?

She burned then off smoking meth. She needs to be shot because she will offend again. Something to take home from this is get to know your neighbors. Shit like this goes down because neighbors don't get involved. One knock on the door from a neighbor could have locked this woman up before it got this far. She's probably smiling in the mug shot because she is still high.
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Worldshift » 01 Feb 2014 12:02 pm wrote:
Half as many employees makes a big difference. Joe keeps 297 more a day and his employees still make 87 dollars a day on average. Don't forget maintenance though. He's still going to bleed out on taxes though. Anyone can Google prices of his competition but the important question is who is his competition? Supermarkets? He can't compete.

I listed price per # both retail and cost. On average. 23.07/24= average retail per pound divide by 1.3 for cost. What did you do Google a number? I played the game Larry make a point already.
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06 Feb 2014, 7:29 pm

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Upuranus » 06 Feb 2014 6:16 pm wrote:
i've seen various people here want to legalize all drugs.

with the the heroin overdoses and deaths multiplying. who wants to legalize it?

You can't eliminate a black market by attacking supply. We've been doing that for decades and it hasn't worked. Some of the deaths from heroin are from toxins introduced by street chemists and dirty needles. Heroin is evil shit but the way we've been handling it hasn't done any good for anyone.
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11 Feb 2014, 2:49 pm

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greatnpowerfuloz » 11 Feb 2014 1:31 pm wrote:

Even your friends at Forbes aren't taking this seriously.

Iran Sends 'Fleet' To U.S. East Coast On Comic Relief Mission
"Don’t fear the Iranian “fleet” that is sailing toward the U.S. East Coast. You have more to fear from your bathtub boats than from this ostensible armada.
“The Iranian Army’s naval fleets have already started their voyage towards the Atlantic Ocean via the waters near South Africa,”declared Admiral Afshin Rezayee Haddad, commander of Iran’s Northern Navy Fleet, according to the semi-official Fars News Agency.
Admiral Haddad pointedly added that “Iran’s military fleet is approaching the United States’ maritime borders, and this move has a message.”
Unfortunately, Iran’s gunboat diplomacy may send the opposite message, namely highlighting just how feeble is the gunboat part. Haddad speaks of the “Iranian Army’s naval fleets”, which not only sounds like a peculiar oxymoron coming from an admiral of the Navy (which presumably is a separate branch from the Army), but also raises the question of what “fleets” he’s talking about. The expeditionary force appears to be the Iranian Navy’s 29th Fleet, which consists of a whopping two ships; the destroyerSabalan and the helicopter carrier Kharg, which left the Iranian port of Bandar Abbas on January 22 for the Atlantic Ocean, according to Iran’s Press TV.
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Iranian warship Sabalan. Wikipedia photo
But the Sabalan is a relatively small 45-year-old British-built frigate armed with just four Chinese-made anti-ship missiles and a single big 4.5-inch caliber gun. The ship made history after it was bombed and nearly sunk by U.S. Navy A-6 aircraft in April 1988 after it fired on American planes that were retaliating for Iranian minefields laid in the Persian Gulf (the Sabalan’scaptain was nicknamed “Captain Nasty” for his attacks on neutral merchant ships). The 37-year-old “helicopter carrier” Kharg carries just three helicopters, notes the War is Boring blog ; it’s actually a tanker and replenishment ship to refuel Iranian warships.
These vessels will obviously be closely monitored by the U.S. Navy, though the U.S. Coast Guard could probably take them out should hostilities flare. Of course, this assumes that the Iranian duo will make it to the East Coast in the first place. The Iranian military has suffered decades of sanctions that have impeded the flow of spare parts. Bandar Abbas is about 6,000 miles from New York, which leaves plenty of empty ocean for two old and maintenance-deprived ships to break down. Perhaps some passing American warships will offer them a tow?
What’s funny is that I wrote virtually the same story more thantwo years ago. The Iranian armada never materialized then, and who knows if it will now? But if it does, what purpose does this expedition serve? If Iran means to intimidate or deter the U.S from, say, bombing its nuclear facilities, then it can best do so by threatening to either block oil tanker traffic in the Persian Gulf, or unleash terror attacks by Hezbollah. A couple of decrepit ships off Boston harbor won’t cause more than a chuckle.
In the meantime, considering what happened the last time the Sabalan fired on American forces, Captain Nasty is advised to be on his best behavior."
http://www.forbes.com/sites/michaelpeck/2014/02/10/iranian-navy-sends-fleet-to-u-s-east-coast-for-comic-relief/
And you're talking nuclear weapons. :rofl:

It's your patriotic duty to be scared of Iran.
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12 Feb 2014, 12:34 pm

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We aren't going to war with Iran. Not over cartoons or rust buckets and not even over bombs. The biggest credible nuclear threat in the region is Pakistan losing one of theirs.
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16 Feb 2014, 7:36 pm

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Your fitness to serve, masculinity, and mental state are not related to your sexual orientation. That's the social statement and to many it is news. That's why its important.
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Truthwarrior757 » 16 Feb 2014 8:29 pm wrote:
So you deny the communist connection to the modern day dem party? And your calling me stupid? Pretty pathetic on your part isn't it?

No I'm calling you special butterfly.
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