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California Leavin'
#21
Gunnen4u Wrote:Great, more taxes as thought up by idiots who try to implement it and those who vote for it. I love the *genuises* who come up with this stuff.

It is as the old maxim: A fool and his money are soon parted, eh?

We should also tax human beings for their destructiveness to the planet.

Anything else that should be taxed for everyone else's (but the taxpayer usually it seems) benefit?

I am happy that you live in the Philippines TS.
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Well...

Jim Beall (he with the 30 cents tax on beer cans) is living in your country.

And lots of other tax raisers. I am pretty sure the fall of the dollar will cause recession and a need for raising taxes yet more. Wait a few years and you will see...

/track_snake
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#22
My best friend ran against this guy and lost. (You can't win with an R beside your name in the bay area.) I'll have to forward this to him.

My friend actually thought he had a chance because this guy is a complete Corky. Alas, all bay area people see is the (D).
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#23
Read this and wonder how long before California's socialist mentality won't harm her economy. California can get away with a lot more abuse than most due to her location and size,but eventually most businesses will start exiting California,IMO. I know it's a great environment,but living under this level of socialist/fascist think is intolerable:

HERE
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#24
I didn't realize that Pilot had gotten that far. Interesting.

Anyway, Kalifornia is already losing out, and just haven't had it hit them hard enough to feel the heat. They are just frogs in a pot and the heat has been slowly adding up. When will they jump out? Who knows.
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#25
I'd place a restriction on any Californian moving to Tennessee IF I could and I mean this. I know they aren't all idiots,but neither are all Muslims and I wouldn't want to take my chances with them,either.
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#26
Palladin Wrote:I'd place a restriction on any Californian moving to Tennessee IF I could and I mean this. I know they aren't all idiots,but neither are all Muslims and I wouldn't want to take my chances with them,either.

I totally agree with you there Patrick. We don't need any more little Randy Tyrees running around the state. Wink1
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#27
Palladin Wrote:I'd place a restriction on any Californian moving to Tennessee IF I could and I mean this. I know they aren't all idiots,but neither are all Muslims and I wouldn't want to take my chances with them,either.

I would be satisfied with a litmus test really, before the great State of Montana (a destination for many foreigners it seems) allows them to reside there.

Sort of like a citizenship test and such.
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#28
Its hard to believe that this thread was started eleven years ago.  The great state of California was already in a huge state of decline, with more on the way.  Its just unbelievable what is happening on the Left Coast.  And that also includes Oregon and Washington.  Even the streets of Seattle are filled with homeless, living in squalor, and it is also dying.

But California is by far the worst.  Ten Plagues of California Are Turning The Golden State into a Third-World Hell Hole

San Francisco is a Sh*thole


Shithole Country ? No, Los Angeles.




Growing health crisis building in the streets of Los Angeles
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#29
SHOW THIS TO YOUR "PROGRESSIVE" FRIENDS
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#30
John, I was already horrified when I crossed these streets of downtown LA 25 years ago... but it was nothing similar to this! :O
Why don't they do anything about it?
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#31
Move them to affluent neighborhoods and watch has fast they`re gone.
The true purpose of democracy is not to select the best leaders — a clearly debatable obligation — but to facilitate the prompt and peaceful removal of obviously bad ones. 
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#32
(06-05-2019, 06:26 PM)Fredledingue Wrote: John, I was already horrified when I crossed these streets of downtown LA 25 years ago... but it was nothing similar to this! :O
Why don't they do anything about it?

He, he - they are, they are enacting all sorts of laws and restrictions that make it worse.

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I know you think you understand what you thought I said,
but I'm not sure you realize that what you heard is not what I meant!
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#33
(06-05-2019, 06:26 PM)Fredledingue Wrote: John, I was already horrified when I crossed these streets of downtown LA 25 years ago... but it was nothing similar to this! :O
Why don't they do anything about it?

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#34
One question: Why didn't God-on-Earth (Donald Trump) watch this video?
Maybe there could be some money better spent than on a wall on the southern border? (Not a single latino on these sidewalks. Only blacks and sometimes a white.) I mean for something really effective.
It's easy to blame California, and certainly they are to blame. But the drug problem is everywhere in the US. maybe more in south-west than elswhere, but it's still the US.

For him, it would just take one tweet and problem solved.
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#35
(06-06-2019, 05:29 PM)Fredledingue Wrote: One question: Why didn't God-on-Earth (Donald Trump) watch this video?
Maybe there could be some money better spent than on a wall on the southern border? (Not a single latino on these sidewalks. Only blacks and sometimes a white.) I mean for something really effective.
It's easy to blame California, and certainly they are to blame. But the drug problem is everywhere in the US. maybe more in south-west than elsewhere, but it's still the US.

For him, it would just take one tweet and problem solved.

Come on Fred, he's not "God-on-Earth" as you proclaim. He's just the president, and almost everything legal begins in Congress. And problems are not solved with tweets. Spiteful

Also, the 'drug problem' really isn't 'everywhere in the US'. The availability of them is though. But the overwhelming number of citizenry don't partake in this thing.
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#36
Yes, I know. But why isn't Trump tweeting about it?
Or maybe he did, but I missed it...
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