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Next on the agenda: state testing in Spanish! Or maybe they'll do away with testing and grades altogether. Then we can be just like all the other 3rd world nations, ignorant and poor. We are being "progressively" dumbed down, and I think it is for a reason. Ignorant people who can't read are so much easier to manipulate. We have to preserve some knowledge in this country, folks. Be patriotic and HOME SCHOOL so we'll at least have a remnant of educated citizens who can take over when things finally collapse.
So sad. I've known the Colt story since my son did a paper on him for school years ago. He was an amazing man, of the sort of men that made America great. He had been thinking of a gun design before he came up with his revolver, having been fascinated with guns since he had been a small boy. He was expelled from his private boys' school for setting a building on fire while experimenting in the lab, so he went to sea as a young teenager. He got his idea for the revolving barrel while he was away at sea, watching the helmsman work the ship's wheel. It would turn, then lock into place. Then SHAZZAAAAMMM!!! The revolver design was born in his brain. Poor Sam. He had amazing ideas. He just wasn't good in sales. And I guess no one warned him to stay away from the government.
Now, I know who Sean Hannity is, but remind me, again, honey, who YOU are. I don't think I recognize you. :)
There, there, honey...when seconds count, the police are only minutes away!
God, have mercy on us.
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jkimbrell236 Wrote: Aug 05, 2014 9:11 AM
Well, hoping one has a "natural immunity" is a risky way to live, in my estimation. The track record for the safety and efficacy of vaccines is a long one. Take it.
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jkimbrell236 Wrote: Aug 05, 2014 9:08 AM
Excellent point. Country people in our own nation ate "natural foods" because that was all they had, and they still came down with the diseases. That's why there was a stampede to the health clinics and doctor's offices when vaccinations were offered. Those people had lived with the reality and were thankful to have a chance to escape it.
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jkimbrell236 Wrote: Aug 05, 2014 8:58 AM
Yeah, that must be why so many people didn't get polio back in the old days, right, and why parents warned their kids to stay away from swimming holes back then. Sorry, eating right will not protect you from polio. And as you know, nutritional info about what is the "right" way to eat is constantly changing.
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jkimbrell236 Wrote: Aug 05, 2014 8:50 AM
No, hardly anyone thinks. But think about this, any of you who have avoided vaccinations because of possible "problems" associated with them. The only reason why people can go around unvaccinated and still not contract the diseases they prevent is because there is a high percentage of vaccinated people in the population, which makes exposure to said diseases rare. That is about to change. With these unvaccinated illegals streaming into the country, your chances of being exposed to these same diseases are rapidly increasing. Only pampered Americans with a lack of historical knowledge about the devastation of common communicable diseases can afford to quibble about the low incidence of adverse reactions. There was a reason that vaccinations were hailed as a giant step forward for mankind. Now we are about to reminded WHY, unfortunately.
OH, no, please...for the good of the country, Sen. Walsh, don't give up! You run for that seat. It's the right thing to do! :) har, har!
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