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It's time that we finally coat the nation in that rubber playground surfacing. Never again should a person be able to interact with the dangerous world around them. I think we, as a nation, need to insist on it being part of the economic stimulus package. I want America to be 100% fall proof by 2010!
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If you fear cats mastering our technology, make sure you check them for pockets. The first step on the path to oblivion is cats getting pockets.
Think about it. If they have pockets they can carry money and keys. Plus, I don't like the idea of my cat having a place on his person (person?) to hide things.
My wife and I both have a pact; If we find that one of our cats has developed or made any form of pocket, it must be destroyed.
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Or you could pay attention to what you are doing and get the same result. Actually, paying attention to what you are doing will not usually result in nicked hotdogs. Usually.
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What is it that makes a person think that a contrived soundtrack is better than the actual sounds occurring while the video is being made? Wonderful video, if muted.
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It seems that a lot of people are having trouble with the difference between murder and homicide. Homicide is the killing of a person. Murder is a subset of homicide usually defined as the unlawful killing of a person with malice aforethought. This varies slightly from nation to nation, but that is basically the definition of murder in the US.
This case meets neither of those definitions. He warned them to stop before shooting, and he was found not guilty in a court of law. He killed two men, he didn't murder anyone.
He stopped two people from robbing his neighbor, and I would do the same for my neighbors. I am certainly glad that I do not live next to many of the people posting here. God forbid people stand up and defend innocent people from thugs.
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It doesn't matter in the slightest if the child is autistic, or has any other disorder for that matter. It not being "his fault" has nothing to do with it. A certain basic level of behavior is required in order to be allowed to use this form of transportation. If you cannot meet that basic level you should not be using that form of transportation.
By that logic we should be giving drivers licenses to the blind. After all it isn't their fault, and they have to get around too.
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Hackneyed humor of the worst sort. So men are like one thing and women like another? Next, please explain how white people dance differently from black people.
I have to agree with Pudifoot about the use of "very unique". I am sharpening my dictionary as we speak.
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