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  1. igotsix commented on Buni 4 months ago

    http://salestores.com/stores/images/images_747/BSET14239.jpg

  2. igotsix commented on Buni over 1 year ago

    waka waka waka

  3. igotsix commented on Tom the Dancing Bug almost 2 years ago

    The problem with the analogy is that yelling “FIRE” in a crowded theater is actually legal, IF there is an actual fire. And if the guy really does wet the bed, it may not be a slanderous statement. All the laws in the world could never keep someone from yelling “FIRE” in a crowded theater. It would be illegal, but they would have the ability to do it.

    Current gun control propositions would be the equivalent of removing someone’s larynx or tongue, thereby removing the ABILITY to ay “FIRE” in a crowded theater. The obvious problem with that is when there actually is a fire, no one can warn the rest of the theater.

    Shooting someone with your concealed weapon may or may not be legal. Depends what is going on. It may be cold blooded murder, or it may be self defense. But carrying the weapon should be legal.

  4. igotsix commented on Tom the Dancing Bug almost 2 years ago

    You want to go back to the 50’s? Have all the working women quit their jobs, go home, get married if need be, and start having babies (and stop aborting them). That will bolster Social Security, reduce unemployment, and fix a lot of social ills.

    Many families would be financially better off with one income. After you consider day care, transportation, wardrobe, more convenience foods and eating out, and the higher tax bracket, many women don’t actually bring in anything extra to the family finances.

  5. igotsix commented on Tom the Dancing Bug almost 2 years ago

    CEO’s in the 50’s did not make “less than a tenth of that”. Their reported taxable income was on average a fifth of that today, but they also had lavish expense accounts and corporate deductions, which were not taxable. I really doubt the average worker lived down the block from the CEO of the corporation. Ward Cleaver had a secretary, and is a member of the country club, so he isn’t your average worker. Even then his “boss” isn’t the CEO.