Vermont is a third world Country

Vermont is a third world Country

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Flat Lander

United States

#1 Mar 5, 2014
The town meeting were buzzing about lack of cell and internet connections. What can you expect in a third world back asssk like Vt. There is plenty of trinkets and pottery of these are the things we can make with our hands but do not use your brain or you are stepping out of the bread line.
Bookworm

Brattleboro, VT

#2 Mar 5, 2014
Your a whiner and idiot. I have lived all over the country and overseas. VT is a paradise compared to MANY other places.

Move away you candya*s, please.
Flat Lander

United States

#3 Mar 5, 2014
You came back for more punishment? You have more rights elsewhere cause here you neighbor controls your every move and limits you to all the cave man luxuries.
Bookworm

Brattleboro, VT

#4 Mar 5, 2014
"More punishment" you arrogant twit. Do you whack off to yourself in the mirror?

You never put any real data up, just b*tch boy whining and strutting around.

Here's a quote from a fellow geek and bookworm: "The geeks make the shiny things that distract the mouth breathers".

Go back to your beer, gay porn, and football boy.
Flat Lander

United States

#5 Mar 5, 2014
Sexual preference wasn't in this blog till apparently must of stroll by your reflection in your mind or what's left of it. I on the other side of use and abuse have past the goldern test of life and continue to live on your dime,thank you!
Bookworm

Brattleboro, VT

#6 Mar 5, 2014
Flat Lander wrote:
Sexual preference wasn't in this blog till apparently must of stroll by your reflection in your mind or what's left of it. I on the other side of use and abuse have past the goldern test of life and continue to live on your dime,thank you!
Oh come on you idiot, the "sexual preference" part was clearly just a slap at you, because I suspect you to be the kind of guy who is sensitive to take offense.

As far as the "goldern" test of life ... you live on my dime? So you are a welfare b*tch?
Flat Lander

United States

#7 Mar 6, 2014
I could enlighten you to the bigger picture in your binoculars but first you must turn them around{the small end is up against your brain} and you may have a better chance to envision the "big picture". Can you send a thought with out the street talk dialect.
I Know More Than You

Bennington, VT

#8 Mar 6, 2014
Bookworm wrote:
Your a whiner and idiot. I have lived all over the country and overseas. VT is a paradise compared to MANY other places.
Move away you candya*s, please.
For every person who thinks Vermont is a paradise there are about a hundred thousand who can think of dozens of better places. Yes Vermont is better than some places but it a damned sight worse than a few thousand other places in this country. Places that have real jobs and real legitimate economic policy and where they educate children.

The idea that Vermont is some special paradise exists only in the minds of a few people and those people already have money. For the rest of us the reality is that Vermont is a failed dream that our children fled from.
Idiot Patrol

Manchester, NH

#9 Mar 6, 2014
Gov. Shumlin is offering a local-3rd world country experience through his educational experience program from his business. Discounts for children of Vermont's top 1 % earners.
Community Disorganizer

Florham Park, NJ

#10 Mar 10, 2014
Mike Mulligan

Brattleboro, VT

#14 Mar 10, 2014
Utter garbage.
Bookworm

Brattleboro, VT

#15 Mar 12, 2014
Here are some cool Vermont facts from the Writers Almanac last week:

It was March 4th in 1791 that Vermont became a state. It was the 14th state to join the Union — the first aside from the original 13 colonies.

It's the second-least populated state in the nation, and only five states are smaller in land area. Of all the 50 states, it has the very lowest Gross State Product. But it also has one of the best unemployment rates in the nation. In the past decade, it's been ranked first as the most healthful place to live — more times than any other state.

It has an eccentric political history. It was an independent nation, the Vermont Republic, for 14 years (1777-1791). It had its own money, sovereign government, and a constitution that explicitly forbade slavery — almost a century before the United States did. It also required government taxes to support public schools.

Since 1856, Vermont voted Republican in every single presidential election except one (in 1964, it voted for Lyndon Johnson over Barry Goldwater). But beginning in 1992, Vermont has voted Democrat in every presidential election.
SheepHumanHybrid s-Sheeple

Rutland, VT

#16 Mar 12, 2014
Bookworm wrote:
Here are some cool Vermont facts from the Writers Almanac last week:
It was an independent nation, the Vermont Republic, for 14 years (1777-1791) and needs to be again but too many sheeple resist secession from the union. It had its own money, sovereign government, and a constitution that explicitly forbade slavery — almost a century before the United States did, which now forces New World Order slavery on everyone except the global elite/banksters, and the unlawful 'money' dept notes and of course the destruction of sovereignty.
Since 1856, Vermont voted Republican in every single presidential election except one (in 1964, it voted for Freemason and JFK co-murderer Lyndon Johnson over anti-CFR Barry Goldwater. But beginning in 1992, Vermont sheeple have voted Democrat in every presidential election.
don't forget it having the highest % of women that don't shave their legs and sheep that are nervous
http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-51OJwYxGUQ4/UctsPHA...
^ a sign that's also seen a lot in NH, thanks to guys like mikey and 'IKMTY'
Joe

Belmont, VT

#17 Mar 12, 2014
Bookworm wrote:
Here are some cool Vermont facts from the Writers Almanac last week:
It was March 4th in 1791 that Vermont became a state. It was the 14th state to join the Union — the first aside from the original 13 colonies.
It's the second-least populated state in the nation, and only five states are smaller in land area. Of all the 50 states, it has the very lowest Gross State Product. But it also has one of the best unemployment rates in the nation. In the past decade, it's been ranked first as the most healthful place to live — more times than any other state.
It has an eccentric political history. It was an independent nation, the Vermont Republic, for 14 years (1777-1791). It had its own money, sovereign government, and a constitution that explicitly forbade slavery — almost a century before the United States did. It also required government taxes to support public schools.
Since 1856, Vermont voted Republican in every single presidential election except one (in 1964, it voted for Lyndon Johnson over Barry Goldwater). But beginning in 1992, Vermont has voted Democrat in every presidential election.
now it's the second oldest state and running out of other peoples money. Need a job, move because the number of decent paying jobs has tanked after decades of liberal parasites destroying the state.
it's also national news for heroin, what a thriving state when young people are so left out of the action they resort to anything to get high. It used to be a good place to raise kids, now half of them are on welfare getting free school lunches.
Claptia

Essex Junction, VT

#18 Mar 13, 2014
This title is slightly misleading. Truth is that VT wants to be an underdeveloped country and is working diligently to achieve that goal by penalizing success through taxes, fees and (with the exception of industrial scale wind and solar energy and ski areas) the creation of new anti development legislation.
Community Disorganizer

Trumbull, CT

#19 Mar 13, 2014
Joe wrote:
<quoted text>
now it's the second oldest state and running out of other peoples money. Need a job, move because the number of decent paying jobs has tanked after decades of liberal parasites destroying the state.
it's also national news for heroin, what a thriving state when young people are so left out of the action they resort to anything to get high. It used to be a good place to raise kids, now half of them are on welfare getting free school lunches.
Politicians are addicted to spending other peoples money, like any addict they will do anything to supply their addiction. Vermont will legalize marijuana soon so the state can get the tax money from it; then hand out welfare to stoners so they can stay stoned.
CIA Imports The Narcotics

Rutland, VT

#20 Mar 13, 2014
don't conflate pot which is not a narcotic with actual Addictive drugs
///
Cannabis Less Addictive Than HFCS & 6 Other Things including alcohol and of course nicotine

Out of all the addictive substances we love to demonize, guess which one is rarely if ever a type of substance dependent drug?
In the mental health profession’s “bible,” the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, a diagnosis of cannabis dependence (a type of substance dependence) requires a person to meet a specific set of criteria.

A number of investigators have addressed this issue and found that, unlike drugs such as crack, cocaine, or even nicotine, only a very small percentage of those who try marijuana will ever become addicted. On the following list, marijuana does not even come close to the substance and dependence abuse rates of the others listed.
.
High Fructose Corn Syrup Is Causing Addiction Similar To Cocaine
Results presented at the 2013 Canadian Neuroscience Meeting shows that high-fructose corn syrup (HFCS) can cause behavioural reactions similar to those produced by drugs of abuse such as cocaine.
.
Marijuana
To the shock of many who study drug dependence, marijuana rarely ranks compared to others dependent drugs. Government studies will often focus on recreational use rather than dependence, but there is a big difference. For example, in a large-scale survey published in 1994 epidemiologist James Anthony, then at the National Institute on Drug Abuse, and his colleagues asked more than 8,000 people between the ages of 15 and 64 about their use of marijuana and other drugs. The researchers found that of those who had tried marijuana at least once, about 9 percent eventually fit a diagnosis of cannabis dependence.
The corresponding figure for alcohol was 15 percent; for cocaine, 17 percent; for heroin, 23 percent; and for nicotine, 32 percent. So although marijuana may be addictive for some, 91 percent of those who try it do not get hooked. Further, marijuana is less addictive than many other legal and illegal drugs.

6 THINGS MAINSTREAM MEDIA DOESN’T WANT YOU TO KNOW ABOUT MARIJUANA
1. Not Associated With Mental Decline
2. Marijuana Use Is Not Associated With a Rise in Incidences of Schizophrenia
3. Marijuana Smoke Doesn’t Damage the Lungs Like Tobacco
4. Cannabis Use Potentially Protects, Rather Than Harms, the Brain
5. Marijuana Is a Terminus, Not a ‘Gateway,’ to Hard Drug Use
6. Government’s Anti-Pot Ads Encourage, Rather Than Discourage, Marijuana Use
the whole report at->
www.wakingtimes.com/2014/03/12/cannabis-less-...
Claptia

Essex Junction, VT

#21 Mar 13, 2014
CIA Imports The Narcotics wrote:
don't conflate pot which is not a narcotic with actual Addictive drugs
///
Cannabis Less Addictive Than HFCS & 6 Other Things including alcohol and of course nicotine
Out of all the addictive substances we love to demonize, guess which one is rarely if ever a type of substance dependent drug?
In the mental health profession’s “bible,” the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, a diagnosis of cannabis dependence (a type of substance dependence) requires a person to meet a specific set of criteria.
A number of investigators have addressed this issue and found that, unlike drugs such as crack, cocaine, or even nicotine, only a very small percentage of those who try marijuana will ever become addicted. On the following list, marijuana does not even come close to the substance and dependence abuse rates of the others listed.
.
High Fructose Corn Syrup Is Causing Addiction Similar To Cocaine
Results presented at the 2013 Canadian Neuroscience Meeting shows that high-fructose corn syrup (HFCS) can cause behavioural reactions similar to those produced by drugs of abuse such as cocaine.
.
Marijuana
To the shock of many who study drug dependence, marijuana rarely ranks compared to others dependent drugs. Government studies will often focus on recreational use rather than dependence, but there is a big difference. For example, in a large-scale survey published in 1994 epidemiologist James Anthony, then at the National Institute on Drug Abuse, and his colleagues asked more than 8,000 people between the ages of 15 and 64 about their use of marijuana and other drugs. The researchers found that of those who had tried marijuana at least once, about 9 percent eventually fit a diagnosis of cannabis dependence.
The corresponding figure for alcohol was 15 percent; for cocaine, 17 percent; for heroin, 23 percent; and for nicotine, 32 percent. So although marijuana may be addictive for some, 91 percent of those who try it do not get hooked. Further, marijuana is less addictive than many other legal and illegal drugs.
6 THINGS MAINSTREAM MEDIA DOESN’T WANT YOU TO KNOW ABOUT MARIJUANA
1. Not Associated With Mental Decline
2. Marijuana Use Is Not Associated With a Rise in Incidences of Schizophrenia
3. Marijuana Smoke Doesn’t Damage the Lungs Like Tobacco
4. Cannabis Use Potentially Protects, Rather Than Harms, the Brain
5. Marijuana Is a Terminus, Not a ‘Gateway,’ to Hard Drug Use
6. Government’s Anti-Pot Ads Encourage, Rather Than Discourage, Marijuana Use
the whole report at->
www.wakingtimes.com/2014/03/12/cannabis-less-...
Well, you should know I suppose.
Old VY isShuttin Down-YAY

Rutland, VT

#22 Mar 13, 2014
ClapTrap wrote:
<quoted text> Well, you should know I suppose.
I just happen to be smarter than average, and shivagit about truth so I like to look sh't up and then debunk the sheeple's BS and the propAgenda

I see on that Japan thread ewe made that ewe Suppose everything's gotten to be pretty much OK and safe now with F*ktupsh'ta
//
Nuking-under-the-Influence: Booze, Drugs and Atomic Power
Nuclear Workers: Tipsy, Wasted, Sloshed, High and Smashed
While the number of nuclear workers caught using marijuana and alcohol has been rising since 1990 (up 5 percent and 7 percent, respectively), the number of workers identified as cocaine users has been declining (down 17 percent). More troubling is the discovery that, during the three-year period of 2009-2011, positive tests for amphetamine use among nuclear workers rose 7.56 percent.
The 2011 NRC survey reported only 70 positive tests for alcohol among thousands of nuclear plant employees tested nationwide.
During the same year, however, nearly 500 contractor and vendor employees tested positive for marijuana.
www.berkeleydailyplanet.com/issue/2013-08-16/...
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FOIA Document: Homeland Security Monitors Drudge Report
www.infowars.com/foia-doc-homeland-security-m...
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President Barack Obama would veto a GOP-drafted bill that would allow legislators to take agency officials to court if they don’t enforce laws, according to a White House statement.
The GOP is pushing the bill through the House because Obama has repeatedly declined to enforce laws he doesn’t like, say GOP legislators.
dailycaller.com/2014/03/12/obama-threatens-to...
//
Unbelievable Reactions From Anti-Gunners
Alex Jones talks about the transition that is happening where liberal trendies from all over the planet are waking up that guns are not scary and instead empowering.
www.infowars.com/unbelievable-reactions-from-...
Community Disorganizer

Trumbull, CT

#23 Mar 13, 2014
CIA Imports The Narcotics wrote:
don't conflate pot which is not a narcotic with actual Addictive drugs
///
Cannabis Less Addictive Than HFCS & 6 Other Things including alcohol and of course nicotine
Out of all the addictive substances we love to demonize, guess which one is rarely if ever a type of substance dependent drug?
In the mental health profession’s “bible,” the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, a diagnosis of cannabis dependence (a type of substance dependence) requires a person to meet a specific set of criteria.
A number of investigators have addressed this issue and found that, unlike drugs such as crack, cocaine, or even nicotine, only a very small percentage of those who try marijuana will ever become addicted. On the following list, marijuana does not even come close to the substance and dependence abuse rates of the others listed.
.
High Fructose Corn Syrup Is Causing Addiction Similar To Cocaine
Results presented at the 2013 Canadian Neuroscience Meeting shows that high-fructose corn syrup (HFCS) can cause behavioural reactions similar to those produced by drugs of abuse such as cocaine.
.
Marijuana
To the shock of many who study drug dependence, marijuana rarely ranks compared to others dependent drugs. Government studies will often focus on recreational use rather than dependence, but there is a big difference. For example, in a large-scale survey published in 1994 epidemiologist James Anthony, then at the National Institute on Drug Abuse, and his colleagues asked more than 8,000 people between the ages of 15 and 64 about their use of marijuana and other drugs. The researchers found that of those who had tried marijuana at least once, about 9 percent eventually fit a diagnosis of cannabis dependence.
The corresponding figure for alcohol was 15 percent; for cocaine, 17 percent; for heroin, 23 percent; and for nicotine, 32 percent. So although marijuana may be addictive for some, 91 percent of those who try it do not get hooked. Further, marijuana is less addictive than many other legal and illegal drugs.
6 THINGS MAINSTREAM MEDIA DOESN’T WANT YOU TO KNOW ABOUT MARIJUANA
1. Not Associated With Mental Decline
2. Marijuana Use Is Not Associated With a Rise in Incidences of Schizophrenia
3. Marijuana Smoke Doesn’t Damage the Lungs Like Tobacco
4. Cannabis Use Potentially Protects, Rather Than Harms, the Brain
5. Marijuana Is a Terminus, Not a ‘Gateway,’ to Hard Drug Use
6. Government’s Anti-Pot Ads Encourage, Rather Than Discourage, Marijuana Use
the whole report at->
www.wakingtimes.com/2014/03/12/cannabis-less-...

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