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So today I perusing good ole facebook and saw an article about a grandmother who was so saddened by no one coming to her 9 yr old grandsons birthday party. Out of 30 classmates none of them showed and the excuses are just as sad as to them not showing up. O...

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The joys of joining a gym that has a scan key instead of an open door. My old gym Planet Fitness had open doors 24/7 and always having someone working. I just recently joined Anytime Fitness and I love it. I hadn't been in 3 days from being sick and trying ...

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So to start off, today is the first day of September. About 3 weeks ago we were dealing with my town flooding along with many other towns/cities in South Louisiana flooding. This last month to two months have been an eye opener for me. Newly single, but def...

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I must really need a vacation! I was too busy to even take this quiz for the #StayHappy Sweepstakes from #DiamondResorts. Give it a shot, and enter to win vacations for 5 years.

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A serious WTF situation in Louisiana. Does this mean that Goodwill, Slvation Army, pawn shops, antique dealers, yard sales, etc. are all now perfectly illegal? If you get a new Ipod and give your old one to your sister for ten bucks can you go to jail? Students now have to pay full price for textbooks rather than the half price at a college bookstore for used?

Atom Jack - 12:46 PM -
Republican shitbag, Bobby "Brady" Jindal

If you buy or sell secondhand goods and live in the state of Louisiana, you can no longer use legal tender to complete such transactions. Ackel & Associates LLC (A&A), a professional law firm, explains that House Bill 195 of the 2011 Regular Session (Act 389), which was recently passed by the state legislature and signed into law by Gov. Bobby Jindal, prohibits anyone who "buys, sells, trades or otherwise acquires or disposes of junk or used or secondhand property [from entering] into any cash transactions in payment for the purchase of [such items]."

Besides prohibiting the use of cash, the law also requires such "dealers" to collect personal information like name, address, driver's license number, and license plate number from every single customer, and submit it to authorities. And the only acceptable form of payment in such situations is a personal check, money order, or electronic transfer, all of which must be carefully documented.

http://www.naturalnews.com/033882_Louisiana_cash.html#

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