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Wouldn't want to get caught trying this at Home Depot.
...but it would be fun.
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Yeah, you could charge for rides! <well, until they transport you out of the building, and lower you to the car door, never to come back...>

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Arrogance is the primary ingredient when concocting a straw-man argument. 

 It possibly doesn't occur to this jackass that how he referred to the girl in the poster is patently sexist but let's skip that and talk about forests.
 "About 30 percent of the 2.3 billion acres of land area (745 million acres) in the U.S. is forest today as compared to about one-half in 1630 (1.0 billion acres). Some 300 million acres of forest land have been converted to other uses since 1630," http://forestry.about.com/library/bl_us_forest_acre_trend.htm 
But if you limit your graph to the New England area as this jackass did you can lie with pretty graphs.

  The air and water are much cleaner here in America because us pesky liberals demanded that our representative government enforce restrictions on free market idolaters who willfully dumped their pollutants into the air and waterways to increase profits. They call this "Externalities" as if that excuses their recklessness.

  And how exactly did China get the manufacturing economy? Free market idolaters used the oh so evil power of the state to ship those jobs to them. But that should be a good thing since China, the leftists, statist scourge it must be, couldn't possibly value money. They are only doing exactly what industrialist in America did in the 18th and 19th centuries. up until it bit them in the ass in 1929. But before that they used the power of the oh so evil state to tell the American workers to go pound sand.

  I bet he feels both morally and intellectually superior smugly telling Liberals that they are not Liberals. But this ignores the parade of infantilism that has come out of the Conservative movement over the last 50 years. What risk do conservatives face holding up misspelled racist signs at their little girly tea parties? It certainly isn't embarrassment because they seem to be immune to that.

  This jackass is bold to talk about wanting to feel morally superior. His whole little spectacle is just what he is doing. His condescending tone masks his own blinding willful stupidity. He assumes that from this one (metaphorical) poster that those of us who are not free market idolaters  simply have not studied economics past teething on money. Not to mention the litany of fabricated assumptions describing what Liberals want to take away from freedom loving white guys. In other words - straw man.
 
   Oh, and as to the dead white guy who was a "real Liberal" who believed in freedom, His private property was slaves.
 
Lol.... I freaking love this!
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And one more pic from the LBJ park ranger history team
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 He says "Carnal Nature" like it's a bad thing. The really bad thing is being a self deluded fuckwit who thinks too little and believes too much bullshit. Being one that shirks his own self responsibility with the piss poor excuse that seeing an attractive woman causes him to lose his humanity.

 Being a sexually repressed, mindless knuckle dragging fucktard is not a good goal in life. This applies to christers who think just like this dip-shit.
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+Vic Farrow I suppose it depends on where the chaperoning is happening.  I imaging I could chaperone ten or even twenty religious men - if they were suitably cloistered (chained to the seats in a bus, for example).  I don't believe I'd want to have more than three or four in a more 'mobile' arrangement -- I could so easily see myself becoming physically unbalanced (my beating arm might get too much exercise!)

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1:49  "no you wont" Thanks a lot +Aron Ra you just made me spit out my tea.  I know your not trying to be funny but that was a perfect dead pan.
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"The right-wing noise machine...has done a wonderful job with promoting absolutest propaganda, in which if you are not a good conservative American, you are the enemy...Absolutism is a dangerous path to go down, when you stop seeing people as people, and start seeing them as a caricature, you rob yourself and your  opponent of humanity. And without our humanity, we are nothing."
The above meme appeared in my Facebook feed last week, and I must say that I was somewhat appalled. As a liberal and a veteran, I did not agree with either statement in the meme. I will start with ...
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Tribalism rears it's ugly head once again.
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"The problem, says Robert Sternberg at Cornell University, is that our education system is not designed to teach us to think in a way that is useful for the rest of life. “The tests we use – the SATs or A-levels in England – are very modest predictors of anything besides school grades,” he says. “You see people who get very good grades, and then they suck at leadership. They are good technicians with no common sense, and no ethics. They get to be the president or vice-president of corporations and societies and they are massively incompetent.”
 
Even the smartest people can be fools. David Robson explains how to avoid the most common traps of sloppy thinking.
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Spent the wknd on an REI camping trip at LBJ national park. The staff of REI did a grand job of making the wknd a blast. My son won a prize and the park rangers presented period history. Good music and a little astronomy despite the rain. Thanks to the REI staff. 
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I've had to have this conversation with my mixed race son because in 'Murica, one drop of black...
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That's a sad thing to even ponder

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But, but, but... Who's going to protect them when some lone wolf starts shooting' up the place?

Remember when they said that the only way to stop a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun?
 Do they think that their members are bad guys?
 
Second Update: A knowledgeable source tells The Rachel Maddow Show that convention attendees will be permitted to carry their guns in the Music City Center – so long as they have the proper permit – but they will not be able carry loaded firearms into the Bridgestone Arena where NRA leaders and Republican presidential hopefuls will speak.
In order to help keep people safe, all guns at the NRA convention "will be nonoperational," with the weapons' firing pins removed. The irony is hard to miss.
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+Terry Brown Do you think he will say 'oops' on his report? Maybe he will add the acceptable 'my bad' as well.
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