If you love it, it isn't a job.
That is why women call them "Blowjobs"
And not "BlowFun"
We need to implement a mandatory 10:00PM curfew on blacks. They are committing every gun related crime in Athens.posted @ Friday, May 25, 2012 - 09:56
[quote][b]thepatrioticsob[/b] - for all you that still claim that ga isn't a racist state any longer ....what is the excuse for this ??? don't even try to say that there are no black judges qualified for the job either ... it is nothing more than the "good ole boy " system at work here where these people are getting appointed ... you know looking out for your friends interest not the state's ... what a P O S and another " fine " example of what the folks here call good leadership qualities ...
Why's does the color of the skin of the judge matter?posted @ Friday, May 25, 2012 - 09:52
All liberals ever think about is skin color!!! When are they going to judge people by character and not color?posted @ Friday, May 25, 2012 - 09:45
I think this is good. I still can't understand what the qualifications mean.posted @ Thursday, May 24, 2012 - 07:31
The poor are job creators.posted @ Wednesday, May 23, 2012 - 20:43
[quote][b]ThornyRose2000[/b] - I figure if I am paying taxes on a piece of land then it's "my" piece of land to park whatever I feel like parking on it. Ridiculous!!
you are renting the property. Try not paying the rent to ACC on your land and see what happens.
As a renter you have to abide by the land lords (ACC) rulesposted @ Wednesday, May 23, 2012 - 19:26
[quote][b]ppensyl[/b] - Hell, half if not more of the SP's thatwere female were lesbians and they'd put your ass on the ground in a heartbeat.[/quote]
That's hot.posted @ Wednesday, May 23, 2012 - 12:16
"This is why my pen issues its fusillade of fire, fury, and humor"
Ummmm, yeeeeeahposted @ Wednesday, May 23, 2012 - 12:07
"In the United States, hate speech is legal, except for obscenity, defamation, incitement to riot, and fighting words"
Maybe Threats of Killing...but even Attorney General Eric Holder doesn't uphold those laws for the average citizen.posted @ Wednesday, May 23, 2012 - 12:06
"We are not allowed to walk down the street wearing a mask"
Really? Tell that to Muslims and Occupiersposted @ Wednesday, May 23, 2012 - 12:01
Obama didn't talk about himself for once. Maybe the polls are finally getting to himposted @ Tuesday, May 22, 2012 - 17:34
Sounds like we need to have a meeting to discuss all the meetings!
" The board calendar for this month includes 2 regularly scheduled board meetings, 3 high school graduations, 3 budget hearings, a building dedication, a retirement celebration, a SPLOST community oversight committee meeting, a finance committee meeting, a policy committee meeting, and a Parent Advisory Board meeting"posted @ Tuesday, May 22, 2012 - 17:08
8 Muslim Men from Saudi Arabia all with black hair, brown skin, black/brown eyes, and between the ages of 18-35 attack our planes with box cutters so logically we have devolved into fingering little white kids with polio, and white 5 yr old boys with a broken leg?
Who thinks this makes any sense??
posted @ Tuesday, May 22, 2012 - 16:32
[quote][b]RightWingExtremist[/b] - @BoogittyBoogitty:
So you mean to tell me that one man's dignity should mean another man's death? So we should permit these people to strap bombs on themselves or children and walk straight past security to blow away a plane full of people in one sitting? All for the sake of dignity?
So then it would only make sense that we do body cavity checks to make sure a terrorist child, grandma, mother or father isn't hiding C4 in the anus or vagina.
Since it can't be detected by a machine or a TSA agents fingers, it is only absolutely logical that this method will be used by a terrorist next.
If you and I both know that you can hide a bomb in your butt and the TSA can't see it, I am pretty sure the terrorists also know this.
You wouldn't mind bending over and spreading those cheeks so that other passengers will feel safe right? Let TSA agents take a look at your balloon tie?
You lose your dignity but at least no one is killed right?posted @ Tuesday, May 22, 2012 - 16:26
[quote][b]RightWingExtremist[/b] - BoogittyBoogitty - Multiple testers have taken guns past screeners.
Link please.[/quote]posted @ Tuesday, May 22, 2012 - 16:22
Andie and Daughters
posted @ Tuesday, May 22, 2012 - 16:15
posted @ Tuesday, May 22, 2012 - 16:14
Well, is dignity worth the lives of a few hundred people?
Yesposted @ Tuesday, May 22, 2012 - 15:26
The real question is: What do we do about Hermaphrodites that want to marry? And why did God make them a Hermaphrodite??
Willow and RWE can either of you explain this?
If I have sex with a Hermaphrodite am I Heterosexual or Homosexual?posted @ Tuesday, May 22, 2012 - 14:20
Give @SlickMcDight a 6 month supply of Viagra and throw this woman into a cell with him for one week. That will teach her.posted @ Tuesday, May 22, 2012 - 14:06
Yes.. if it keeps people from getting killed..
There are many police state actions you can take to make people "free" from terrorism. Grope people getting on Greyhound buses, grope people getting on trains, grope everyone going into UGA football games. It is all a charade. We are not one bit safer today with all the groping than we were on 9/10/01. The TSA HAS NOT STOPPED ONE PERSON FROM TAKING A BOMB OR WEAPON ON BOARD!
Good grief we have still have had underwear bombers, shoe bombers, and if the terrorists really want to do it again they will pack C4 in their anal cavity where it can't be detected. Multiple testers have taken guns past screeners.
You are fooling yourself into thinking you are safer by giving up your dignity.
The TSA is no benefit and definitely a detriment.
I think you should post anonymously so you don't embarrass your family. That is why I do it.
Here is a sample pseudonym you could use:
"Anonymous P. Rick"posted @ Tuesday, May 22, 2012 - 12:54
[quote][b]JP Crisan[/b] - @BoogittyBoogitty: You are only validating my argument. It is because of people like you that they had to shut down comments on Spotted. So who, I ask, is shutting down free speech? [/quote]
What are you upset you can't comment on your own photos on Spotted?posted @ Tuesday, May 22, 2012 - 12:47
[quote][b]MarkJMiller[/b] - The problem, of course, is that terrorist organizations in the past have shown no qualms using innocent-seeming people, like children, the elderly, or the mentally disabled, to willingly or unknowingly be bomb carriers.
Child suicide bomber kills four in Afghanistan
Elderly suicide bomber kills Afghan policeman
Mentally handicapped bombers kill dozens in Iraq
So, even though a sweet old granny or little Timmy might seem like unlikely suspects, they're as capable as anyone when it comes to being a weapons carrier, whether they realize it or not. Selectively choosing not to screen them only makes them more tempting tools for terrorist organization.
We're dealing with people who have no respect for the value of human life here, so don't expect them to have the same standards we do.
Not that I disagree with you about the TSA's screening policies. I'd rather live in a country where we maintain most of our privacy and rights, even if our overall air travel safety level goes down slightly, than live in one where we're constantly being monitored, questioned, probed, prodded, and grabbed.
At the end of the day, we as a country are going to have to choose between safety and freedom; it's impossible to have maximum levels of both. I take Patrick Henry's philosophy on the matter, but other people aren't so brave.
The other solution, of course, is to stop traveling by plane.
Ummm yeah. Everyone of them was Muslim. Black hair, tan skin, Arab parents. All Muslim. Not a white granny, or white child with polio. Common sense tells us who to look for. Don't let political correctness dumb you down.posted @ Tuesday, May 22, 2012 - 11:55
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