Yes, but consider THEIR feelings of relief at having you too far away to pinch their cheeks every weekend and constantly telling them how quickly they are growing up and regaling them with the same stories over and over again about their mom of dad when they were this age.Misty » 30 Mar 2015 8:22 pm » wrote: I would miss the Grandkids too much.
You are one sick puppy.Pregnar Kraps » 30 Mar 2015 8:35 pm » wrote:Yes, but consider THEIR feelings of relief at having you too far away to pinch their cheeks every weekend and constantly telling them how quickly they are growing up and regaling them with the same stories over and over again about their mom of dad when they were this age.
And Ralphy Jr. may start to get a handle on eating more sensibly if he isn't scarfing down your home made muffins and brownies and such all the time! Maybe you could enjoy life as a swinging senior in sunny Dade County where they bundle up when the temps reach the 50's and umbrella drinks are brought to your very own beach chaise by handsome young men in swimsuits and jackets.
Never heard that one before.Pregnar Kraps » 30 Mar 2015 8:38 pm » wrote:I guess what I'm trying to persuade you to do is to...
My luck I'll get one of those depressed pilots.crimsongulf » 30 Mar 2015 8:26 pm » wrote:Airlines do exist
one in a million chance.. My Canadian Father in Law flew in thurs night right in the midst of that. he is 85 and was a basket case by the time he got here. Was bad weather out of Toronto, scheduled at 32000 they were up to 40000 and while watching him on flight aware, they took a due east turn over Ohio.Misty » 30 Mar 2015 8:43 pm » wrote: My luck I'll get one of those depressed pilots.
It's snowing again!!!!crimsongulf » 30 Mar 2015 8:57 pm » wrote: one in a million chance.. My Canadian Father in Law flew in thurs night right in the midst of that. he is 85 and was a basket case by the time he got here. Was bad weather out of Toronto, scheduled at 32000 they were up to 40000 and while watching him on flight aware, they took a due east turn over Ohio.
Re: Your sig.Misty » 31 Mar 2015 3:23 pm » wrote:
It's snowing again!!!!
http://townhall.com/tipsheet/mattvespa/ ... n-n1977859To further quell the left's hysteria over this law, here is a pro-gay rights law professor, Daniel O. Conkle, writing for USA Today on why Indiana needs RFRA [emphasis mine]:
I am a supporter of gay rights, including same-sex marriage. But as an informed legal scholar, I also support the proposed Indiana Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA). How can this be?
The bill would establish a general legal standard, the "compelling interest" test, for evaluating laws and governmental practices that impose substantial burdens on the exercise of religion. This same test already governs federal law under the federal RFRA, which was signed into law by President Bill Clinton. And some 30 states have adopted the same standard, either under state-law RFRAs or as a matter of state constitutional law.
Applying this test, a unanimous U.S. Supreme Court recently ruled that a Muslim prisoner was free to practice his faith by wearing a half-inch beard that posed no risk to prison security. Likewise, in a 2012 decision, a court ruled that the Pennsylvania RFRA protected the outreach ministry of a group of Philadelphia churches, ruling that the city could not bar them from feeding homeless individuals in the city parks.
If the Indiana RFRA is adopted, this same general approach will govern religious freedom claims of all sorts, thus protecting religious believers of all faiths by granting them precisely the same consideration.
But granting religious believers legal consideration does not mean that their religious objections will always be upheld.
In any event, most religious freedom claims have nothing to do with same-sex marriage or discrimination. The proposed Indiana RFRA would provide valuable guidance to Indiana courts, directing them to balance religious freedom against competing interests under the same legal standard that applies throughout most of the land. It is anything but a "license to discriminate," and it should not be mischaracterized or dismissed on that basis.
Gravestone of Hillary Clinton's father toppled in Scranton cemetery.
The grave- stone of Hugh Rodham, Hillary Clinton’s father, was found toppled over in the Washburn Street Cemetery, police said.
Someone in the cemetery reported that the stone was tipped over Tuesday morning, Police Chief Carl Graziano said.
It is not known how the stone tipped over, but the chief said it may have been vandals.
“I’m not sure how else it would have fallen over,” he said.
The stone was secure and intact Friday, caretaker Paul McGloin, said.
The headstone was righted Tuesday afternoon.
Police receive reports of vandalism in city cemeteries occasionally, the chief said.
They ask anyone with information to call 570-348-4130.
On Sunday, Mrs. Clinton announced her candidacy for President in the 2016 election.
“I hope this had nothing to do with politics because that’s just wrong,” Mr. McGloin said.
**** happens and your quote had no evidence.Misty » 16 Apr 2015 7:43 pm » wrote:Right Wing Flying Monkeys have no shame.
Yeah. I guess it's just a coincidence.crimsongulf » 23 Apr 2015 8:35 pm » wrote:**** happens and your quote had no evidence.
Not something to be concerned over.
Just as predicted, even when she puts me on ignore, she can't ignore me.Misty » 09 Apr 2015 4:06 pm » wrote:He just doesn't get it.
What response did Stewart, and you want?Misty » 19 Jun 2015 8:57 pm » wrote:Jon Stewart made an excellent point concerning the church shooting in Charleston, SC.
He said, "What blows my mind is the disparity of response. When we think people that are foreign are going to kill us and us killing ourselves…We invade two countries and spent trillions of dollars and lost thousands of American lives and now fly unmanned death machines over like five or six different counties, all to keep Americans safe. We’ve got to do whatever we can—we’ll torture people. We’ve got to do whatever we can to keep Americans safe. But nine people shot in a church— ‘Hey, what are you going go to do? Crazy is as crazy is, right?’ That’s the part that, for the life of me, I can’t wrap my head around. And you know it’s going to go down the same path."
He's right. It seems like when the threat comes from without, we are willing to do anything, even surrender some of our rights to fight it, but when it comes from within, we throw up our hands and say, "Oh well. Nothing we can do about it."
Somber Jon Stewart Delivers Scathing Monologue About Charleston Shooting
MORE TROLL CRAPgolfboy » 19 Jun 2015 9:48 pm » wrote: What response did Stewart, and you want?
The killer was caught the day after the murders, and he was arraigned in court the next day.
Should we have, when he was located, launch a predator drone to kill him?
Is that the response you are looking for?
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