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  1. The only reason I can figure it's not legal and taxed is because of one simple thing - well, maybe two; depending on how you look at it. 1. No one can tell you how much THC is enough to get you impaired. Alcohol - known, and done. THC - I've never seen anything like that sort of research. 2. No good, reliable road side test to see if you've smoked too much to be able to drive. Alcohol - done that 20 ways from Sunday. Solve these two issues and it will be legal in 35 states tomorrow and 48 before Christmas.
  2. Yes, Steel, it IS a threat. And where before I was ok with it, now I'm ticked - and I want to stop it simply for SPITE. The English and other europeans have discovered that when the muslim population gets large enough, they can make these kinds of demands and if they don't get their way, the muslim world will become inflamed and that could cause violence due to the "provocation" of the infidels not giving in. But what really set me off was the name of the project. I will post an excerpt below and a link - please go to the link and read it. Ignorance of history and the muslims battle plan is our biggest enemy here.... A Mosque Named “Cordoba House” at Ground Zero
  3. It was actually the emperor who made the decision to surrender; the jap military WANTED to fight to the last life. I have often suggested (and been ridiculed for it) that had we not nuked japan; had the emperor not surrendered; had we been forced to proceed with downfall and coronet, that today japanese would be like big foot. Everyone would have heard of one, but no one could ever prove that they existed. Nukes are like the death penalty. They only work if you use them to deter others from the same behavior.
  4. When I travel, my passport is ALWAYS in my brief case, and the brief case is always in the car with me, or in the office with me. I also have my DL (originally issued in 1970!!!) and all my cards and everything else. I'd like to see the "proof of citizenship" or at least "proof of identity" statue enforced across the board. I'm so sick of all the thugs and hoods not having ID and giving fake names and crap I could scream. Exit question: Who goes out without their ID, ever?
  5. That one, I can answer! Any call center, these are the sorts of people you are speaking to when you call dish network, HBO, and when the census calls you. These call centers are big business and are usually situated in rural towns where the economy is poor and people will do any kind of temporary work to make a buck. Kinda makes you feel warm and fuzzy when you know your warranty/help call is being handled by a true professional, doesn't it?
  6. All my 1911s have idiot marks (well, I am, so what?) scratches, dents, dings, a bit of dust and maybe a dog hair or two. All fire perfectly and are much more accurate than I am. My vette is dirty, has a trash bag in the passenger side floor and a pile of CDs in the back. It also has (gasp) been not only rained on but driven in the rain often, on purpose. I never want something that sits on the shelf and looks pretty. The form of the vette and the 1911 is based on it's functionality, that's what makes it pretty. If some gun snob wants to judge me on the external conditions of my weapons, rock on, I got better things to do and I bought them to enjoy them, not to be enslaved by them. /rant
  7. I use flight park, right across the street for fly away. They have treated me right after having been a Park & Fly customer for years. When Parking Spot bought them out, they totally hosed the service and I got so fed up with their BS that I voted with my wallet and headed on down to flight part.
  8. Shark, or Life - Both great shows that apparently, no one but me watched.
  9. Simple question: Is the bho admin also going to sue California and the other states who have this same law (almost exact same wording) on their books but fail to enforce it?
  10. I fly all the time. The only annoying part of the FBS is that you have to take EVERYTHING out of your pockets; papers and all, it's annoying. As for privacy, if anyone wants to look at my pasty white fat butt all they have to do is ask I doubt anyone will try to walk much of anything in through security in a US airport anymore, much easier to work in the airport, on a maint crew, or as a janitor, baggage handler, etc, etc. I worry more (a LOT more) about mechanical and maint issues than I do terrorism. Our civil fleet is OLD and I mean in cycles and years and miles. No plane will go down with passive passengers ever again. And I'd much rather die on my feet than on my knees. Or strapped into a seat knowing in a minute or so I'll be torn to pieces or burn to a crisp. Just an opinion.
  11. Click, boom, repeat. Sooner or later, sadly, we are going to have to make an example of some place. The lessons Japan learned many years ago are lost on the modern generation. They are doomed to repeat them.
  12. Winner! And they aren't reported as much because you automatically lose all your credibility if you have ever seen a UFO, believe in God, or had a 3 way with two women - at least according to the MSM. Central and South America seems to be where all the UFO action is these days.

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