@MortalCoil: Funny. I thought the same thing about those photos. She looks like she's taking a casual stroll. But in the one you can see the security devices behind her and one of the employees chasing her.posted @ Saturday, April 27, 2013 - 17:13
@THX1138: I was there. It actually happened pretty fast. A couple of non employees did move after her but there was a lot of confusion at first. And typically looky lous are just that these days.posted @ Saturday, April 27, 2013 - 15:58
@THX1138: They can't. The employees are not allowed to touch. Or to pursue out of the building. All they can do is ask her to not run. They could be fired for doing anything more. Especially since the girl didn't actually get anything.posted @ Saturday, April 27, 2013 - 15:26
[quote][b]E.J.[/b] - area is swamped[/quote]
Heh hh.... that's kinda funny....I don't know about Brunswick itself, but I have family living no more than 30 minutes from it and they're surrounded by swamps, so I imagine that Brunswick may very well be 'swamped'.
Underage or not....these two need the needle....I can't say that they'll never have any worth....but i can say that I doubt they will.posted @ Friday, April 19, 2013 - 07:33
While I'm not saying that the guy is innocent, it wouldn't surprise me if he is. He made his anti government and other issues known online. He comes off as kinda crazy. The perfect patsy. Anyone with malicious intent who read his stuff could have framed him. Just saying.posted @ Friday, April 19, 2013 - 07:28
[quote][b]E.J.[/b] - Off topic: those are the ugliest curtains behind the mug in the photo that I have ever seen. They truly are.[/quote]
Such a woman.....noticing the decor......
I had to go back up and look at the picture again, all I saw the first time was the dude. For the record tho...I have seen worse. At least 3 that I can think of.
Some furry brown curtains with demonic looking babies and puppies and flowers stitched on with pink and green thread. (I don't think they meant it to look demonic, they just couldn't sew.)
A curtain with 5 see through layers sewn on top of each other with each layer depicting artwork from multiple cultures. The owner thought it was thought provoking and artistic, I thought it looked like someone swallowed several colors of paint then puked all over the curtains.
And finally I knew a guy who imported hentai curtains from Japan. Which may have been the most normal thing in his room.posted @ Friday, April 19, 2013 - 07:25
[quote][b]Willow[/b] - The boy wasn't 14 - 15. He was 12[/quote]
Which is why I said he'd be hitting himself in a couple of years. How old will he be in a couple of years? I never said he was 14 now. If he had of been he may not have stopped her. Unless he got scared. Too much too fast, etc.
[quote][b]Willow[/b] - I don't really think most 14 - 15 yr olds are really emotionally ready to handle sex [/quote]
Of course they aren't, but that doesn't mean that THEY know they aren't. Wanting something doesn't require being ready for it. Trust me....most 14 year old boys think an awful lot about experimenting with it, and imagine all kind of situations, with all kinds (and ages) of women.posted @ Saturday, March 23, 2013 - 00:25
A: That pic isn't the best, no....but you can still see an attractive woman in it.
B: That pic is a mug shot, I bet she's not nearly as bad when she's done up.
C: If she was still cheerleading just 4-5 years ago, I bet you she still has a pretty nice body, something the pic doesn't show.
I'm with @Brasky: on this one. Most 14-15 (-25 ) boys don't care so much what the girl looks like as long as they're having their stuff handled. In a couple of years this kid will be kicking himself, Especially if he's seen her cheerleadng pics.
posted @ Friday, March 22, 2013 - 10:20
I'll bend, a little, on things like medical and food assistance....just because I believe in taking care of those in actual, not brought on entirely by their own actions, need. But if they're not paying their fair share of taxes, then they should be taken care of and then shipped out.
But I will never bend on this: You need to be a legal citizen before you can make any decisions for a country. Any country. Do we start letting people in Europe and Asia partake in our elections too?posted @ Monday, March 18, 2013 - 14:16
[quote][b]Tewise[/b] - @Clipper: " Who else has had to fight so hard to get that wonderful privilege." Women....
If I wanted to show my proof of existence in any form, I would move to Russia, Germany, Israel or anywhere else. Ya'll keep hollering about the government instituting laws over us and you jump on the damn band wagon. Some of you don't want to have to register your guns because you are afraid of what it might lead to, but you are okay to be made to carry citizenship papers?
Carry citizenship papers....no. Have proof of citizenship to vote or get government services.....yes. How does anyone, except of course illegals, NOT want that? I don't get it. I never have.
If they don't care enough about our country to follow legal channels than they don't care enough to be allowed a vote.posted @ Monday, March 18, 2013 - 14:09
@Tewise: You do it at the church too right?posted @ Monday, March 18, 2013 - 14:03
[quote][b]athensroadmaster[/b] - @STATE OF DENIAL:
I vote in a small town just outside Athens, and I am required to display my driver's license not once, not twice, but three times before casting a vote. How is there ANY voter fraud in Georgia, or Arizona for that matter?
I live in a small town outside of Athens and only have to show it once. Sounds to me like your precinct is the problem and not the system in general.posted @ Sunday, March 17, 2013 - 23:04
Wow. Just wow. Better screening for any organs I ever need please.posted @ Friday, March 15, 2013 - 12:09
@Joel Kight: Yeah, I know. I forget sometimes that sarcasm and attitude don't always show up in text.
Oh! I just saw....
My comment was meant to be sarcasm directed at @Athens_Rottweiler: I could've sworn that I hit the reply button. Ah well.posted @ Wednesday, March 13, 2013 - 21:49
This article is actually for tomorrow?posted @ Wednesday, March 13, 2013 - 20:32
posted @ Tuesday, March 12, 2013 - 15:09
You know, I don't remember, was this, or any of his other recent nanny state bills, put to popular vote? Or did he just decide this for the whole city?posted @ Tuesday, March 12, 2013 - 14:36
@yeti: Save you? If this law is allowed to be, next they will be outlawing drinking the stuff, not just selling it. You'll be getting $200 fines just for having a 20oz in your possession.posted @ Tuesday, March 12, 2013 - 14:22
[quote][b]grove600[/b] - There's very little personal information about me on the internet - that was placed there by me.[/quote]
Sooooo....I take it that all that dirty stuff about you was posted by your exes? That figures.posted @ Tuesday, March 12, 2013 - 14:11
@grove600: While I technically agree, think about it....the hearing aids may improve job opportunities. Which improve the chances of them paying their own way. Etc.posted @ Tuesday, March 12, 2013 - 13:49
[quote][b]Tewise[/b] - First there is a Federal law against marijuana and it will and does trump State laws.[/quote]
See tenth amendment.
And as for federal monies, if GA claimed all taxes and fees etc that GA people and businesses currently pay to the fed then the state wouldn't need as much help. Just pointing out that a lot, tho not all of course, of the money that the fed sends to the states originated in the states.posted @ Wednesday, March 6, 2013 - 13:04
@Digdug:posted @ Tuesday, March 5, 2013 - 15:28
@thelastresort: Google it.posted @ Tuesday, March 5, 2013 - 15:02
[quote][b]dakiwi13[/b] - @otlndr: i take it you've never heard of a drug deal gone bad?
What the heck are you talking about? Where did I say anything about drug deals? If you're referring to my comment about pot not messing people up then you need to learn to read. I specifically said direct damage. I specifically mentioned that they can cause indirect damage. And drug deals gone bad would be classified as indirect damage.posted @ Tuesday, March 5, 2013 - 13:53
@matt1141a: Umm....again, I don't agree with getting high OR drunk or anything like it, but just how badly does pot mess people up? Directly that is. I've worked with several people that had on the job injuries because of pot. But it doesn't directly mess them up.posted @ Tuesday, March 5, 2013 - 11:55
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