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    States rights, baby!
    If it were up to the Feds it'd be illegal everywhere so thank God for state's rights.
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    In this country a person at 18 is deemed to be enough of a man to fight, kill or be killed in a war for this country. He's also deemed, at the same age, to be responsible and mature enough to decide who is the president of the country and who all the other elected officials are. It's not until 3 years later is he deemed responsible enough to buy a beer
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    Quote Originally Posted by Harry_Bagpipe View Post
    In this country a person at 18 is deemed to be enough of a man to fight, kill or be killed in a war for this country. He's also deemed, at the same age, to be responsible and mature enough to decide who is the president of the country and who all the other elected officials are. It's not until 3 years later is he deemed responsible enough to buy a beer
    Thing is you used to not be able to vote until you were 21, too. Which made it more uniform, in a way.

    18 year olds: Old enough to take orders/absorb gunfire.
    21 year ollds: Old enough to make decisions.

    The voting thing changed but I think that's still the way middle aged America basically feels about it.



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    Am I the one who's dumb... for being floored by this ****? I must be. That's the only explanation. Because I truly can't fathom the kind of person whose empathy goes out only to someone who is clearly a murderer and then throws pity parties for themselves, presumably for being dumb enough to marry a dumbass one shot cockhitler before his 18th birthday! Your window to make a bad decision there was very small! Yet you found it! Congrats!
    As 19-year-old Boston bombings suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev awaits trial, a legion of Americans -- often teenage girls -- has been furiously filling the Internet with fan club sites and support groups.

    Alisha, a blond, blue-eyed 18-year-old from Topeka, Kan., is one of these Tsarnaev's "fans." Using her Twitter handle @keepitbluntedd, Alisha has been questioning the government's case against the younger Tsarnaev brother...

    ABC News adds that this phenomenon is not limited to "cute" teenage suspects, either.

    Luka Magnotta, the so-called "Cannibal killer," has a devoted female fan base as well, the outlet reports. Accused Aurora shooter James Holmes had a legion of fan girls all his own, including Aurora, Colo., resident Misty Benjamin, who told reporters she was "physically attracted" to Holmes.

    "When I get upset, I look at his picture and I calm down," she said at the time.
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/0...n_3275653.html

    I find it hard to be surprised by the evilness of women.
    "Ignorance is not an excuse" were the words Goodell used when describing why those involved in the Saints bounty scandal would not avoid punishment.
    http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/eye-on-...ons-unanswered

    #freespesh. Because HIPAA
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spesh View Post
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/0...n_3275653.html

    I find it hard to be surprised by the evilness of women.
    Bitches be crazy.

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    Anybody else see the flick "Cloud Atlas"?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Harry_Bagpipe View Post
    Anybody else see the flick "Cloud Atlas"?
    I nearly did, then begged off when I heard a few too many bad things.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Harry_Bagpipe View Post
    Anybody else see the flick "Cloud Atlas"?
    No, but a friend did. Apparently they tried to cram too much from the book into too short of a movie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheWalrus View Post
    I nearly did, then begged off when I heard a few too many bad things.
    Id watch it and form your own opinion. It's definitely not a movie for everyone. For me personally, a good movie stays with me well after the credits roll. Many movies can entertain me for 2 hours but as soon as the credits roll it's forgotten. Source Code was a recent movie that stuck with me long after the movie was over.

    Cloud atlas was interesting for me because during the first half an hour I wanted to turn it off. I was bored but by the end I was sad to see it finished. The cinematography was fantastic as well as the visual effects. It might be a movie u need to see more than once but to me, at least it was worth it.
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