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Re: Keep it civil or be gone
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mntnir wrote:
My grandma is everything to me, and she's getting towards the end.


Sorry to hear that. When my mom died last year I got a little harsh with folks on here. I wish you and your grandmother peace.

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Re: Cliven Bundy and the BLM
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WVinOH wrote:

In other words, the BLM destroyed Bundy's personal assets with no due process.


I think he had due process. The BLM had a court order, did they not?


If BLM had a court order specifically to euthanize a few dozen head of cattle, then I stand corrected.

What say you, lawyers?


I don't know what the order says specifically. My comment was aimed more towards he had plenty of time in court, which is the process that is due.

Posted on: Ystrday 5:41 pm
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Re: It's national high five day!
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Did they High Five folks feel threatened by the fist bump?

My friends and I don't actually high five any more. We are too lazy. We just say,"High five."

Posted on: Ystrday 4:31 pm
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Re: DUI for Nathan Adrian
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Monney wrote:
I live in Morgantown. I get a cab all the time, when drinking. Usually not that big of a wait, and they text you when they arrive, so it's not like you have to wait outside by the curb. It's really not that hard.


In which language?


Farsi, but I have an app for that.

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Re: Cliven Bundy and the BLM
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WVinOH wrote:

In other words, the BLM destroyed Bundy's personal assets with no due process.


I think he had due process. The BLM had a court order, did they not?

Posted on: Ystrday 4:26 pm
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Re: Keep it civil or be gone
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Re: Cliven Bundy and the BLM
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WVisHome wrote:
Considering beef prices are at a 27-year high, I guess the feds decided to 'take their pound of flesh' by murdering a bunch of his cows.



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Re: Cliven Bundy and the BLM
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You do realize that cattle on a cattle ranch will go to slaughter right?


They usually go to an auction and are bought by a slaughterhouse. It is a waste to just shoot them and put them in the ground, unless they has a contagious disease or weren't fit for consumption or something.

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Re: Yet another school massacre post-mortem analysis
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stanleywvu wrote:

No. I don't really know what scrapple is, how to process it, and suspect that I don't want to be find out.


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Re: DUI for Nathan Adrian
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RadioShark wrote:
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WVisHome wrote:
Have you tried to get a cab in Morgantown?


Forget getting a cab, who would intentionally want to ride in a puke mobile for transportation?


Someone who needs to puke.

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Re: Yet another school massacre post-mortem analysis
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mntnir wrote:
So, I'm about to head home, but I wanted to share this pic since I brought it up. The park just opened and held its first game last Friday. It's not MLB, just AAA, but the park does hold 10k+ and has this amazing view.

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I've only been in Charlotte for a year, but I'm a big fan.

Oh, and to tie it in to the conversation at hand, Hyatt's Gun Store is here. It's supposed to be the largest gun store east of the Mississippi. Not sure if that's true, but I had my flash suppressor pinned on my 14.5" AR barrel there, and it is pretty damn big.


Speaking of hot dogs, here's what they look like during processing. Go veg.



Did your research uncover any photos of scrapple being processed?

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Re: Keep it civil or be gone
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With the way they are wielding the banhammer around here, I feel fortunate that I only got a stern talking to about the cartoon butt crack I had on my signature.

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Re: DUI for Nathan Adrian
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I didn't remember Holgy getting a DUI. Has this been since WVU or prior? I just don't remember. I recall him wrecking his jeep last summer on the way to practice and I know he got tossed out of the casino.


He's never actually gotten a DUI but has allegedly had six other alcohol-related incidents, according to Chuck Landon.

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FIFY

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Re: New commit for 2015
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Stockton wrote:

What is an unsuccessful spring game? Players running into each other and shitting their pants? Was it considered a success because the weather was nice?

Are there programs that have horrible spring games?


This might qualify...

Pitt Spring Football Game 2014


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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!


I think Minnesota only requires the existence of some appreciable time between forming the intent to kill and killing. It doesn't need to be planned out like you describe. For instance, if he formed the intent to kill the home invaders, then they drop their weapons and surrender, then fifteen minutes go by, then he shoots and kills them, that is premeditated.

Posted on: 4/14 10:25 am
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Re: Cliven Bundy and the BLM
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WVisHome wrote:
Did you buy a house?

Do you own it once the mortgage is paid?

Try not paying taxes and see who "owns" it.


What point are you trying to make? It seems like you are going out of your way to be argumentative because your post doesn't make sense in the context of our discussion. I own the property subject to a mortgage, and subject to taxes. The bank has a security interest in the property, but I voluntarily gave that to them when I took the loan. I still own the property. I can sell it any time I want. The government has no legal interest in the property so far as ownership rights are concerned. They can tax it, but that doesn't stem from any rights to ownership.

Posted on: 4/11 3:19 pm
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Re: Peace out...
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LesterBoy wrote:

I guess that my choice of "bizarro" needed a bit of fleshing out.


I guess there aren't many Superman or Seinfeld fans on the Couch.

Posted on: 4/11 2:56 pm
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Re: Cliven Bundy and the BLM
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brobison wrote:
There is probably some change that has been made over the years. But the fact is that if you buy something you should own it. That is not true about pretty much anything in this country any more.


That is true. If you buy something then you do own it. If you lease something, however, you didn't buy it.

Posted on: 4/11 2:53 pm
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Re: Cliven Bundy and the BLM
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Apparently what she is saying isn't close to true true. The allotment wasn't a purchase of the property. It was a purchase of grazing rights that were not unconditional. For the purposes of this dispute, the property has always been federal property, or at least it has never been the Bundy's property. One of the conditions on the grazing was a limit on the cattle you could graze. The allotment was cancelled in 1994 because Bundy overgrazed. After the cancellation he continued to graze up to 900 cattle without paying any grazing fees or having any right to use the land.

Bundy Is A Taker

BTW - it is funny that she says that her father "fired" the BLM. They have a misperception of their right to be on that land.

Posted on: 4/11 2:51 pm
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Re: Cops gun down Tosh.O assistant
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A-MAN wrote:

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


With all due respect, the fact that you go out of your way to say that justifies their belief that they need to speak up. Well, that and the long history of police brutality against black Americans. But we digress ...

FWIW - based on the little we know now, this just seems like a bad situation. The cop could reasonably believe that the person was the suspect and was trying to kill the other victim. It is a tragedy all the way around, but the fault appears to be that of the perpetrator, who created the situation.

Posted on: 4/11 2:36 pm
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