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Re: “Frogs Organic Bakery

Was going to try this place, but when I saw the menu and they charge $2 and $3 extra for a piece of gluten-free bread if you don't want the wheat bread, I realized the place must be run by an authenthic Paris frog.
Now you can get a frog rip-off without going to Paris.
If there were 16 slices of bread in a gluten free loaf, they are charging $48 extra for each loaf they sell at a $3 a slice.
Is this how you want to spend your money?

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Posted by TXJesse on 01/11/2012 at 5:54 PM

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Re: “Dust Devil

Kate, are you locked up in a mental hospital and hate walls?
With no fences, gates or walls, you would be eaten by wild dogs or murdered by wild criminals.

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Posted by TXJesse on 05/19/2016 at 5:24 PM

Re: “AZ Is Trump Country!

Save yourselves and the country. Feel the Bern....Vote for Bernie Sanders. He isn't lying to us. He is honest, sincere and knows greed-crazed capitalism without government restraint is destroying our country. Corrupt corporations have bought out govt. Hillary is their girl!
Note that other Western countries are not living in fear the way we are. They don't fear inadequate health care, massive student debt, government spying, low wages, etc. Sanders cites Denmark as an example, although there are many other Socialist Democracy countries doing better than the U.S. An international report last week listed Denmark, and other Scandinavian countries, as the happiest countries in the world. All Socialist Democracies. Also healthier than the U.S. And safer! We can't all immigrate to a happier, healthier, safer, saner country, so let's stay here and vote for Bernie, support him in his presidency and make America a better place to live with better government. No more same old same old lying Hillary or crazy Trump or Cruz. Vote for America. Vote for Bernie.

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Posted by TXJesse on 03/20/2016 at 2:13 PM

Re: “A Future To Believe In: Bernie Sanders Visits Tucson (SLIDESHOW)

Bernie Sanders is our only chance to vote for a better future and a man we can believe in. He is not owned by the corrupt corporations and corrupt media.

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Posted by TXJesse on 03/20/2016 at 1:56 PM

Re: “A Future To Believe In: Bernie Sanders Visits Tucson (SLIDESHOW)

Bernie is our first chance to vote for a man we can believe in, a man who is not owned by the corrupt corporations including the corporate media.

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Posted by TXJesse on 03/20/2016 at 1:53 PM

Re: “Danehy

tv is necessary to keep the ignorant occupied. Have you read "Deer Hunting With Jesus," or "Rainbow Pie" by Joe Bageant? TV clap trap keeps the white underclass inline. And turns out the vote for the ultra-conservative politicians when they sufficiently fire up this underclass with fear and anger.

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Posted by TXJesse on 02/18/2016 at 8:42 AM

Re: “Legal Divide

I could have understood what you were saying if you had not been high when you wrote it. Or perhaps you didn't learn to write in school. Please try again with correct grammar and punctuation. I would like to know your thoughts on this subject.

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Posted by TXJesse on 01/21/2016 at 10:23 PM

Re: “Danehy

Your lead about 50% of us will never read a book after college brought a bittersweet smile to my face. A Yankee friend who graduated in the top of his engineering class at California Institute of Technology came to mind. He was the son of a scientist creating the atomic bomb Manhattan Project at U. of Chicago.
My friend held several patents for constructing energy plants for cities, malls, and assorted huge properties. In his late 40s, he had $35 mil. in personal assets.
He once told me he never read a book in his life except on engineering. "Never, I asked?" Then he admitted that when he was a kid he did open National Geographic magazine frequently to look at the naked female aborigines. I believe he did read books other than engineering once in a while, but they were not high on his list of priorities.
At age 50, he owned several private planes he flew alone. He did not add sophisticated navigation systems for flying in bad weather. I asked if he didn't want to pay the price. He said it was because he didn't want to have to read the instruction booklet. In his 50s he crashed his plane and died on the tarmac at Charlie Brown Airport in Atlanta. Did he die in terrible weather because he would not read instructions? I don't know.

The moral here is READ! Read quality books and all instruction books.

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Posted by TXJesse on 01/21/2016 at 12:10 PM

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