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Too bad that "Mayor" doesn't understand chemistry. Styrofoam contains only carbon and hydrogen which means it burns cleanly. Also, it is recyclable and can be reused. Now, if he wants a real target, how about consumer disposable polyvinyl chloride packaging? He could require vendors to provide for recovery to recycle it. The problem is it gets really nasty (phosgene, dioxin, HCl, etc.) if it is burned which is a common practice.
First, congratulations, Mr. Putin, for showing the people in DC, SF, Chi Town, how it is done with the Concealed Carry. I like the hearing protection, but please get some safety glasses to protect the eyes.
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The Net Neutrality Tax Hike

Jerome from Layton Wrote: Nov 16, 2014 12:00 AM
Yikes! Previously, my concerns were about the control aspect. If you see the word "appropriate", watch out for the leash. If you're not "appropriate", you get shut out. So, if the Universal Service Fee (USF) can apply, then it will get worse. For a clue, dig up one of your old TELCO bills (Dex, Qwest, Century Link, Pac Bell, Sprint, etc.) and look at the laundry list of fees and special taxes in that list. From another view, this will significantly increase Uncle Sugar's take. Let's say there are 75 Million subscribers at $100 per year (low estimate!). That's $7.5 Billion getting sucked out of the economy.
True, but he went off on a side mission to see if he could be a Presidential contender. So, he wasn't "watching the store" at home. Loretta Sanchez moved right in and has been there ever since.
The specific law is the Federal Records Act (FRA) and it has teeth like an alligator.
In reference to Joni Ernst, wrong state and animal. That was the first ad in her Primary run in Iowa for the open Senate seat. Look up "Squeal" in You Tube; it's about cutting the pork.
Found one reference to Kieckhofer in a Nevada NRA associate organization complaining about specific legislation that could use "mental health" without due process to strip 2nd Amendment rights from a person. "Where there's smoke there may be fire."
I thought "New Math" had been put out of its misery over a decade ago. How wrong I was! The convoluted math examples are vintage "new math" from the early sixties. This thing is so bad that even the NEA folks are arguing about it. As issues go, this thing is right behind "Obamacare".
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