Dear God, Please do not let them reproduce...Amen
Seriously, educating me on my potty mouth and wondering if I understand about domestic harmony? Other than getting a life in concern for my use of the occasional f-word (which I really recommend to everyone), maybe you should be concerned about folks living up to an ideal image of what a household should look like or what material possessions people think they need in order to be happy. My life is rich without a whole lot ... I just don't get worked up about the details ... even the f-word.
"Why is a firearm different from any other privately owned product?"
I think that's a fine and relevant question. Why, for example, is there universal registration for car and not for firearms?
I agree with this, I don't live in a desert climate, but I always feel better after doing a little gardening - whether it be planting or weeding!
Charging this boy's friends with anything would be a very stupid move. While they obviously didn't want to make themselves known, they had the presence of mind to save his life by leaving him where he could be cared for by those who had the ability to save him. He should be forever grateful for those friends, and so should the authorities.
More media hype trying to convince uninformed readers that Sen. Flake said something he didn't. If he had said what CNN claims he did you can bet that video would be linked in every article, including this one Jim.
I can say that sending it to the voters is a step, I ask, will our elected officials implement the will of the voters? The voters have been asked about Medicaid (AHCCCS) before and their wishes were ignored.
Senator Flake has stated from the start that he will not support 'universal' background checks because they will compel every gun owner to take the prospective buyer and their gun to a FFL before they may transfer it. This means the seller must transfer their firearm to the FFL, the potential buyer must complete the ATF From 4473 then the FFL must call the NICS and get approval before the firearm can be transferred to the prospective buyer.
What happens if the NICS sends back a deny?
Will the FFL give the firearm back to its owner? Remember, they owner had to turn it over to the FFL and the FFL had to transfer it in to their inventory.
Will the FFL now have to make the original owner complete the ATF Form 4473 and call the NICS before they may give them their firearm back?
Does private property no longer mean it is OWNED and private?
Why is a firearm different from any other privately owned product?
Those who are working towards their goal of 'universal' background checks talk of "gun violence" yet I've never seen a firearm shoot someone on its own, it takes a person or a mechanical device to make it fire. We do not have a "gun violence" problem, we have a People violence problem yet they do not want to discuss the issue of violent people performing violent acts.
Jana, my point is, that in civil conversation with strangers, you use appropriate restraint in your choice of words. Else, you're percieved as a degenerate slob. Jana your point is?
Mammey, haven't you heard? Well-behaved women seldom make history. But at least their lives aren't degraded, right?
Ldonyo...Calling people names in the Alinsky tradition, does NOTHING to solve the problem, in fact, it only makes things worse. Do you and your 12 friends have anything "CONSTRUCTIVE" to say?
Completely agree with Laura. While they may have seen "The Hangover" too many times, at least they got him help instead of leaving him to die, especially with that BAC. I'd add that charging his friends will only make kids more reluctant to even seek help for friends who need it. As a society, we don't seem to have issues with creating safe haven policies for unwanted babies. I think this is along that line of thinking. It's more sad that these kids were so scared of the consequences of getting caught that they felt the need to abandon him in the first place.
LOL! 25 likes and 1 dislike on my comment about "Kathy Parker"? I wonder who the dislike is from. Yalla Yalla, it's Christmas! Meow. I re-read "Kathy Parker's" review on Google and noticed that she refers to Yelp as YELP, just as Amy/Samy do. Yelp is the name of a company, not an acronym.
I found the whole Kitchen Nightmares episode so unbelieveable I had to watch it OnDemand "three" times to believe the behavior I saw. It is inconceivable, to me, that two fully grown people...Amy has to be late 40's early 50's and Samy has to be 20 years older, which makes him late 60'
s early 70's... could behave in such a fashion running a business. The two of them are clearly completely out of control and really should not be in charge of of anything, not even themselves. I am really embarrassed for them.
the one owner amy is assumed to be a trophy wife? and actually had a run in in the past with the law went to jail for opening a $15,000 line of credit with someone elses social security number and on the show the owner openly threatens ramsey saying he's a gangster, they don't tip their employees only he uses the pos which makes you think its a money laundering business... we shall see?
Taking server's tip is the lowest of low. Run head first into the wall really hard, Sammy.
Thank God they took him to the hospital! Too many times we hear the stories where the companions fail to do anything for "fear of getting in trouble" and the over-imbiber dies.
So glad you're back. You are the best weather guy around. Thank you for sharing your story; been there, done that. Good luck.
It does appear that some Yelp images on their personal FB account were manipulated. Check out user samyamy.bouzaglo on FB.
I have never been so completely entertained by such a train-wreck saga. I thought the deranged sorority-girl email was comedy gold, but this leaves it in the dust. Those two women MUST be related.
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