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Never get Busted Again
By thunderlips11 in Politics   posted 22 minutes ago:
Interesting for how Police work and break the rules(like using IR cams then having a paid informant falsely testify they saw the grow operation even though they have never been anywhere near the suspect or...

Republicans, bad for America
By Dan8267 in Politics in Boca Raton FL 33433   25 comments, latest 29 minutes ago:
indigenous says I don't have time or the interest to do the back and forth, suffice to say that Jon Stewarts MO is to take things out of context. The diff between Rs and Ls...

Wanted: House for $50,000 in Indianapolis, IN 46239
By anonymous in WhatIWouldPay in Indianapolis IN 46239   posted 30 minutes ago:

Original Serpico says cops still out of control
By tovarichpeter in Misc in South San Francisco CA 94080   1 comment, latest 31 minutes ago:
thunderlips11 says Fantastic Article, thanks Tovarich.

Who does not want Califonria Prop 45 to pass
By tr6 in Healthcare   6 comments, latest 35 minutes ago:
tr6 says Ceffer says The only thing that prop 45 will accomplish is to make government a more corrupt bribe magnet. If insurers thought that they could bribe the commissioner easily, they would not be...

America's Greatness in One Simple Image
By Blurtman in Misc   3 comments, latest 36 minutes ago:
sbh says Tell me WHERE THE FUCK WAS THE STUDENT WITH AN A-K who should have saved the day? If we don't have automatic weapons in EVERY FUCKING SCHOOL IN THE WESTERN WORLD, THE TERRORISTS...

The party of tolerance is the party of hypocrisy
By CaptainShuddup in Politics   14 comments, latest 44 minutes ago:
sbh says Call it Crazy says sbh says I often make statements beneath my conceptual ability. We know why.. There is no we, coming from you. You'd be surprised how many of the red team...

Woman pleads not guilty to rape of man in Seattle
By zzyzzx in Crime in Baltimore MD 21230   7 comments, latest 1 hour ago:
sbh says Just for legal precedence, she should claim that at every stage of entering his abode and mounting him, arousing him and staying atop him, she repeatedly said aloud: "no, stop, I refuse to...

Pope condemn death penalty and harsh prison sentences
By tovarichpeter in Misc in South San Francisco CA 94080   2 comments, latest 1 hour ago:
Strategist says I am glad the Pope is keeping up with modern times and reinterpreting the Bible. When it comes to Islamic terrorists, by advise to the Pope.....butt out.

Middle Class Wealth Gone!
By Vicente in Economics in Davis CA 95616   134 comments, latest 2 hours ago:
sbh says bob2356 says Bellingham Bill says I'm not going to get into mell's argument, only repeat mine that cutting taxes on the rich basically resulted in them buying treasuries instead of paying taxes. That's...

QE 101 tatupu: How Quantitative Easing Contributed to the Nations Inequality
By gsr in Economics in Issaquah WA 98075   67 comments, latest 2 hours ago:
tatupu70 says mell says No they didn't - except for our resident clairvoyants. That was the whole premise of the "stimulus" Yes, they did. The stimulus was to create demand. The rest of your post...

It's what's NOT for lunch.
By CaptainShuddup in Misc   6 comments, latest 3 hours ago:
Vicente says Why all the hate for processed foods industry? They employ a lot of people, and reward their CEO and shareholders well. Job Creators should be worshipped and supported at every turn. Anyone who...

Hyperventilation Charade: EU Demands Another 2.1B from UK, "We Won't Pay"
By Mish in Economics   posted 4 hours ago:
Hyperventilation Charade: EU Demands Another €2.1 Billion from UK, "We Won't Pay," Says Furious Cameron http://globaleconomicanalysis. Mish

It's not the fed
By iwog in Economics in Lafayette CA 94549   187 comments, latest 4 hours ago:
Analyzer says Mark D says iwog says NONE of the predictions made by the fed cult have come true. Effects like runaway mortgage rates, real estate and stock market crashes, and various other doomsday predictions...

How about a Clinton Warren ticket
By tovarichpeter in Misc in South San Francisco CA 94080   64 comments, latest 4 hours ago:
Blurtman says thunderlips11 says Not visible is Eric Holder, under the table and demonstrating again why his nickname is "Hummer."

Scott Brown: Romney Would Have Handled Ebola Like Bush Did Hurricane Katrina
By Blurtman in Misc   4 comments, latest 4 hours ago:
Blurtman says You can criticize W and Romney and not be a librul. You can criticize Obama and not be a conservative. Both parties suck, frankly.

Sales on new houses little changed
By tovarichpeter in RealEstate in South San Francisco CA 94080   posted 4 hours ago:
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/ Oct. 24 (Bloomberg) -- New home sales in the United States were little changed in September after a 7.5 percent revision to August data. Bloombergs Mia Saini and Michael McKee break down the numbers....

The case for trailer parks
By tovarichpeter in RealEstate in South San Francisco CA 94080   posted 5 hours ago:
http://www.theatlantic.com/bus But pre-fabricated homes just might be part of the solution to America's affordable housing crisis. Home prices are continuing to rise, even as incomes on the lower-end of the scale remain flat, putting home...

How tech jobs, housing and transit are shaping a megaregion
By BayAreaObserver in RealEstate   20 comments, latest 5 hours ago:
Rin says Jimbo in SF says Rin says suburbs of Detroit Except ... the weather. From what I'd heard, Chicago is a bit worse, and Minneapolis's winters are brutal. But still, if one's not from...

Uber or taxis best for sexual assault?
By HydroCABRON not hydrocarbon in Misc   2 comments, latest 5 hours ago:
Ceffer says In New York, the taxi drivers know how to fist fuck two fares simultaneously while steering through traffic with their knee.

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