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“Legumes of the World Unite ”

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Oct 14, 2013
 
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Gay behavior used to be a mental illness, are you getting treatment?
If I did, would you mind paying for it through your taxes?

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I always listen to the things that the classy CRUFFS like yourself say. Why? I believe that I can learn from anything.
Actually, from what I have observed, you are here to push your ridiculous viewpoint. Everything else is an accident.
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If I did, would you mind paying for it through your taxes?
Glad I'm not a tax payer.

Call 1800fuckyou and we will talk it over.
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Oct 14, 2013
 
EBT card food stamp recipients ransack Wal-Mart stores, stealing carts
full of food during federal computer glitch
Mike Adams
Natural News
October 14, 2013
When the federal EBT food stamp system suffered a critical failure on Saturday, local retailers
were disconnected from the federal food stamp database that keeps track of how much credit is left
on each individual EBT card. Seizing the opportunity provided by the glitch, EBT card holders in
Louisiana ransacked their local Wal-Mart stores , stuffing their shopping carts full of groceries
and “paying” for them with near-empty EBT cards that essentially had unlimited account
balances because all accounting was offline.
When the EBT database came back online and card purchase limits were suddenly restored, EBT
card holders abandoned their full carts and just walked away, probably miffed that they missed
out on participating in the felony theft of groceries.
This happened at Wal-Mart stores in Springhill and Mansfield, LA. As local news station KSLA
reports:
Shelves in Walmart stores in Springhill and Mansfield, LA were reportedly cleared Saturday night,
when the stores allowed purchases on EBT cards even though they were not showing limits.
The chaos that followed ultimately required intervention from local police, and left behind numerous
carts filled to overflowing, apparently abandoned when the glitch-spurred shopping frenzy ended.
The story goes on to report that one woman who racked up $700 worth of groceries had only 49
cents on her card. That’s $699.51 in theft.
But that’s the mindset of many (but not all) EBT card holders, you see: it’s all about how much
they can get away with stealing without getting caught. As it is virtually impossible to retrieve all
these stolen items from EBT cardholders, these losses are going to have to be absorbed by either
Wal-Mart or the federal government. In either case, other people must burden the cost of the theft.

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Glad I'm not a tax payer.
Call 1800fuckyou and we will talk it over.
Kind of amused that one got thru the minders

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EBT card food stamp recipients ransack Wal-Mart stores, stealing carts
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Another reason I am glad I live in a blue state.

Red states are such moochers. They want the free stuff. And then they complain.

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The white house website , then they took it down.
Obama drones thought that they dont have to pay for anything.
Prove it.

PS - heresay accusations from your conspiracy websites don't count as proof.

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Prove it.
PS - heresay accusations from your conspiracy websites don't count as proof.
go to my earlier link

there is a kernal of truthiness

They were promoting not the ACA but the community health programs (which I believe came from the Bush administration). Then they decided it would be bad PR perhaps just to use the word "free" on the ACA website. Probably because it just confuses two separate issues.

Either way - its a moot point. NOONE out there thinks the ACA is free. Thats just plain idiotic, considering the public debate.
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go to my earlier link
there is a kernal of truthiness
They were promoting not the ACA but the community health programs (which I believe came from the Bush administration). Then they decided it would be bad PR perhaps just to use the word "free" on the ACA website. Probably because it just confuses two separate issues.
Either way - its a moot point. NOONE out there thinks the ACA is free. Thats just plain idiotic, considering the public debate.
Probably because it confuses two separate issues, not.
More likely because marketing using the word free is easier to sell dressed up turds.

Dumb Obamanoids think things are free, don't lie.
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Another reason I am glad I live in a blue state.
Red states are such moochers. They want the free stuff. And then they complain.
Oh? Blue "states" aren't moochers?

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Oh? Blue "states" aren't moochers?
Not as bad as red States. There have been several articles and data published on that. Blue states tend to give more out in taxes than they receive in federal bennies.

Its like the old farts in the Tea Party protesting ACA when they are on medicaid or social security.

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Probably because it confuses two separate issues, not.
More likely because marketing using the word free is easier to sell dressed up turds.
Dumb Obamanoids think things are free, don't lie.
So I see your back up position is "stupidity"

No wonder you are pissed at everything.

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I shall reply to personal posts of yesterday directed at me later.
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With your mental condition, you probably qualify to be institutionalized as a ward of the state.
rabbee: please do not encourage him, to run for political office as a wart of the state.

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The most radical ideas and revolutionary breakthroughs in science have invariably come from the Vedas and Buddhistic philosophy that've influenced the scientists concerned and not from joke books like the Tanach, NT and Quran. ROFL.

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My hairdresser labels things as "fab" too.
wink wink wink...

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Thanks for the reminder about EATING soup.
Yes, a soup is eaten, not drunk.

Learn proper etiquette from dearest Joel - your style guru.

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Truthfully, I love red peas soup (kidney beans) but I also love a good FISH soup.
Pedestrian choice.

Eat these in moderation and in great style.

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Do you eat FISH soup, Joel?
I am a vegetarian since age 2 or so since my late parents observed that I would become irritable and ill after being fed non-vegetarian foods.

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My experience is that people serve it in containers they can afford. For you, I expect a non-transparent porcelain bowl.
A consomme is served in a shallow and round consomme cup with a loop/ear on either side and eaten with a soup spoon.

Consomme cups come in various materials and have varying costs suited to every pocket.

Not everyone can afford or appreciate Bernardaud's fine porcelain tableware.

The stylish Zodiac Grill in the Taj exclusively uses this classy brand.

Eating a consomme in a proper consomme cup is more a matter of style or etiquette.

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