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Re: Cliven Bundy and the BLM
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Those of us who live in the rural areas know how to take care of lands," said Fielder, a Republican who lives in the northwestern Montana town of Thompson Falls. "We have to start managing these lands. It's the right thing to do for our people, for our environment, for our economy and for our freedoms."

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Officials from nine Western states met in Salt Lake City on Friday to discuss taking control of federal lands within their borders on the heels of a standoff between Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy and the Bureau of Land Management.

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Re: Yet another school massacre post-mortem analysis
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If they park the car in front of a busy crossing, attach a toy to the shifter that the kid likes to pull on, leave the kid in the car unattended and without the emergency breaks on, then yeah, there should be consequences. Should it be jail? Too many factors for me to say. I wouldn't mandate jail time in either shooting or this fake case you want to talk about, but there must be criminal liability in both.


You don't need to do any of that. If the kid can get into the car, the gear shift will be enough of a toy. Just being in a driver's seat is enough to get that kid pulling levers and shifting gears.

By the way I personally know of 4 cars that have been totaled this way by children. I personally know of NO children that have shot other kids by accident. Fortunately no one was hurt by these runaway cars. This is most likely because they all happened in VERY rural areas. None of the cars were dressed out as toys.

EDIT: None of those car totalings made the newspaper either. I highly suspect that this happens a lot....changes to automobiles are a testament to how often it happens.


Easy fix bro mandatory wrist bands that only allow cars to work if the drive had his smart wrist band on lol

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Re: Yet another school massacre post-mortem analysis
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I don't keep my home defense handgun chambered. It takes so little time to rack the slide, and the gun is much more safe while it is stored away.


I'd be interested to see how many of the conceal carry guys do so with a round in the chamber. If you look at the CC sites it's filled with people that do so. It's crazy stupid.


Your crazy stupid not to carry a round chambered....If your uncomfortable carrying that way you need to reevaluate carrying a firearm. My gun won't go off unless the trigger is pulled. If your in a situation where you need to pull your gun the likelihood of remembering to rack the slide and chambering a round is slim to none. Unless you train and teach that muscle memory every time you shoot/pull your gun from the holster. It's a good way to get yourself killed

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Re: Obamacare goes to the Supreme Court
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A recent survey of 148 insurance brokers shows that ObamaCare is sending premiums rising at the fastest clip in decades.

"For the last, about, five years they've been doing this survey, so this was the largest percentage increase in any quarter since they've been doing (it)," said Scott Gottlieb of the American Enterprise Institute.

"But at 12 percent, 11 percent increase on average across all the states -- that puts it at the upper end of any increase we've seen for decades."

That is the national average in a survey done by Morgan Stanley. But in some states, it found rates are soaring.

"There are specific states with exorbitant increases," Gottlieb said. "Delaware had 100 percent increase, Florida had a 37 percent increase, Pennsylvania 28 percent increase, California had a 53 percent increase in their premiums."

Rates vary widely, often depending on the state and how highly regulated it was to begin with. Analysts, however, say the main reasons for the higher costs are not medical inflation, but rather the requirements of ObamaCare itself.

"There are certain regulations and certain requirements that had to be in there. And because of that it's driven up the costs of these benefits," said John DiVito of the Flexible Benefit Service Corporation, which represents hundreds of agents.Rate hikes include ten essential health benefits along with more than 20,000 pages or regulations.

The reported hikes are for the first policies issued under ObamaCare in 2014.

The Congressional Budget Office or CBO issued a report Monday saying the average premium for the silver plan this year will be $3,800, or just over $300 a month, rising to $4,400 in 2016, 15 percent below its earlier estimates in 2009.

Those early, higher estimates make costs now look better – but that does not include deductibles of as much as $5,000.

But the estimates are comforting to the White House.

White House spokesman Jay Carney says, "It shows that marketplace health care costs have gone down because premium estimates have gone down."

The CBO also projects future premium increases over the next decade.

Insurance companies will soon have to set rates for 2015, and analysts fear reported higher costs now will mean increases next year, as well.

"They're going to see an announcement that next year's premium's going to be 25 percent or maybe 50 percent higher than what they're now paying," says John Goodman of the National Center for Policy Analysis.

John Divito of Flexible Benefit Service Corporation said, "we're reading studies where the rates could be 10 to 30, 40 percent higher. Again, it all depends geographically where these rates are being looked at but definitely an increase in rates."

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Re: Yet another school massacre post-mortem analysis
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I can't believe I am saying this but if there is nothing that refutes what Stan posted then I have to agree with you and eers....

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Re: Yet another school massacre post-mortem analysis
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Depends did the guy put 5 rounds in each center mass...or shoot them in the leg then stand over them and continue firing.

If he put 5 rounds or whatever center mass b4 they hit the ground then he will walk out a free man

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Re: Game of Thrones
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I am going with the dude that used to be a knight that rushed sansa out right b4 the little **** died

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Re: Yet another school massacre post-mortem analysis
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2 teens apparently broke into his house and he shot and killed them both. He's charged with murder because the prosecutors say he went too far in killing them because they posed no threat. If the facts back the prosecutor up then I would agree with the charges. I'm sure many won't, though.


WOW! Not just murder...but pre-meditated murder. So as part of his plan he forced them to break into his house? So much for personal responsibility. It wasn't their fault they broke in. The man made that part of his plan.

So much for the waiting for them to break into your house argument. I guess we have to live in a society where someone breaking into your house is "ok". They weren't going to harm him, of course, they were there to give guided tours to the other burglars and drug dealers. They caught wind of his plan and were thinking about using his house as a crack house. We now have gone from you can't protect your outdoor property to you have to let the youths break in and do what they want in your house.

Next they will just be able to come in and ask you to assume the position before they rob you blind. Great country!


+1 bro

Good luck on winning that. ..prosecution should quit watering tax dollars on crap like that

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Re: Gold and blue game
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Who gives a **** what he wears some of you need to find something else to worry about. He can wear green purple pink Poca dot flying wvs if he wins.

I personally love the black with the gold wv I have a couple shirts like that myself. ..but I am not old and crotchy like most of our outdated fan base

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Re: Game of Thrones
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Ramsey is my next one I want to see killed. ..He is way batshit crazy.

Who do u think poisoned him

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Re: Game of Thrones
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Best wedding yet. That little bastard is gone Thank god

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Re: Game of Thrones
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Bill idol type wedding or a red wedding????

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Re: Cops gun down Tosh.O assistant
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I don't need to speak out for him he didn't get shot bc he was white

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Re: Cops gun down Tosh.O assistant
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This is any cops worse nightmare

Being proleo and raised in that environment I can understand the less than split second decision the officers had to make a decision

When you see a guy with blood squirting from his neck and a thin man wearing black shirt chasing him sadly the guy that was killed fit the description of the suspect

Thankfully the guy was white bc holy hell would break out and rev Al and Jessie would be back on my tv

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Re: Cops gun down Tosh.O assistant
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You can not shoot someone in the leg.

No firearms training in the world ever teaches that

If you feel deadly force is required your trained to shoot center mass of the most vital organ/target present to eliminate a threat. Cops and cpp holders are taught that it's firearms training 101

If you have cops out here shooting people in the legs then when they get put on the witness stand they cannot justify why deadly force was needed.


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Re: Here we go...Mickey Furfari on the Mike Parsons Ousting
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As long as his ugly ass doesn't start posting pics

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Re: Here we go...Mickey Furfari on the Mike Parsons Ousting
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Having a WVU sports package would require I get another tv for the living room cause it would always be on. Great avatar btw. I do wonder if the new Godzilla film will be quality. Seems like Texas cares about the Director's Cup and I do enjoy watching WVU compete and win any event against any of the "power" schools. Just adds to my pride in the school and the great state of West Virginia.


Hows Texas' Rifle team doing?



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Hookem u keep becoming my favorite poster here

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Re: Game of Thrones
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You guys amaze me that read the books. .. There is no way I could the books and follow what's going on with all the story lines..it took me 2 seasons of the show to fully understand lol

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Re: Lab-grown vaginias
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This will go down hill quickly. ...thanks is....lol


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Re: Here we go...Mickey Furfari on the Mike Parsons Ousting
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WVU No. 42 in Current Directors' Cup Standings



MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (April 10, 2014) ? West Virginia University currently stands in 42nd place in the 2013-14 Learfield Sports Directors' Cup second winter standings.

WVU has compiled 313.00 points to date. WVU picked up 213.00 points in the latest poll, with rifle's first-place NCAA finish contributing 100 points. Men's swimming (50.5 points), women's basketball (50 points) and wrestling (12.5 points) also counted toward the school's latest standing.

WVU ranks fourth among Big 12 schools, with Texas at No. 10, Oklahoma State at No. 17 and Iowa State at No. 34. The rest of the Big 12 schools and their rankings: Baylor (No. 45), Oklahoma (No. 52), Kansas (No. 60), Texas Tech (No. 87), TCU (No. 99) and Kansas State (No. 131).

Stanford leads all schools with 997.75 points, followed by Penn State (792.00), Wisconsin (680.00), Notre Dame (673.25) and North Carolina (650.00).

WVU has finished in the top 75 in the Directors' Cup standings for 10 consecutive years, including a school-best 30th-place finish in 2009.

The Learfield Sports Directors' Cup was developed as a joint effort between the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) and USA Today. Points are awarded based on each institution's finish in up to 20 sports ? 10 women's and 10 men's.

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