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Unnecessary Tragedy

Mick135 Wrote: Jun 12, 2013 7:21 PM
I've made this same argument for years. I am an RN, have taken care of folks for over 30 years; I am routinely castigated by both having this viewpoint and refusing to sign a donor card because of governmental constraints on my freedoms. If I don't own me, no one else will. My family should at the very least be compensated for the disposal of my bag of bones, but this is politically and socially unacceptable. Have it your way, I say; I'll have my own parts roasted very well done before going into an urn marked, "I told you I was sick".
It is the job of the police to fill out forms and attempt to apprehend, not stop criminals. That is why YOU are your own First Responder.
As a citizen of Illinois, i must disagree; you must be among those who, unsurprisingly, regard Illinois as all-Chicago. This is not the case. Outside of Cook and the collar counties, free people own and use arms. Having had a 90-minute response time for a "hot burglary" at my house I can tell you it's strongly supported by downstate law enforcement as well.
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A $9 Million Wedding

Mick135 Wrote: Jun 06, 2013 5:41 PM
As a middle-aged man 26 years married to his only wife, working in a predominantly female profession (nursing), my experience has been that if folks would spend half as much energy and commitment to their marriage as they do to "the show" wedding they would be much better off. It would be a good start.
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Boy Suspended For Merely Saying 'Gun'

Mick135 Wrote: Jun 05, 2013 7:00 PM
Sunstein revisited.
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The IRS I Know and Love

Mick135 Wrote: Jun 02, 2013 4:32 PM
As a rule, i pretty much liked George H.W. Bush, but there were areas we differed; high on the list was his direction of the IRS to focus on smaller companies and individuals of lesser means, as there would be a greater return on time/money invested due to the inability of such to buy high-priced help. And without high-priced help, we are sitting ducks.
Gee, I feel better; they've provided 100 pages of "irrelevant" info.
One of the first thoughts that popped into my head with the AP issue was, "Now the press will get a sense of what gun-owners have been fighting for generations". Now lo and behold, Dickie Durbin wants the .gov to register the press, too. Interesting.
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How to buy a semi-automatic handgun

Mick135 Wrote: May 15, 2013 7:51 PM
I'm in the camp that believes that the individual should have tried a variety of different handguns before taking the leap; some may prefer the S&W M&P line, others Glock, H&K, etc. Ruger makes a dandy 9mm lately-since this column was first out-- with a .40 in the stable as well. Grateful we have the choices and the 2A!
The Left can be right a hundred times and it's not a scary situation... but the Right need only be right once for this to get real serious. And to think they actually believe it's just this once?!?
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Hawking's Moral Calculus

Mick135 Wrote: May 10, 2013 5:14 PM
His ipinion is simply that; and like the anus, most folks have them, and they often stink.
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