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manfromthewest

Somerset, KY

#56 May 15, 2013
Knowitall9 wrote:
<quoted text>I got a sample pack of Viagra with my Social Security check - They said it was free -
good for you and bride

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#57 May 15, 2013
manfromthewest wrote:
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good for you and bride
Not good - I taped them to the maypole and nothing happened - Whatsafellertodo ?-
No mostly

Esperance, NY

#58 May 20, 2013
manfromthewest wrote:
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well.. smoking in open air dont hurt you.
Yes it does
manfromthewest wrote:
<quoted text>i grew up with smokers and i never did it myself.
you are not me
manfromthewest wrote:
<quoted text> it is a right that laws prohibit..
It is not a right it is a priviledge that can be restricted
manfromthewest wrote:
<quoted text> everything in this earth is poisoning us from our first breath. we wont get out of life alive so why do we pay scientists to list things that are killing us????
then why don't you go suck on some arsenic?
manfromthewest wrote:
<quoted text>dogs have run the earth with people as well as other animals.. we cant leash all animals in the world.
pets are not wild animals
manfromthewest wrote:
<quoted text>dog attacks as well as bear attacks, gator attacks, shark attacks is a hazard we all live with and have to just deal with them.
leash laws regard pets including yours
manfromthewest wrote:
<quoted text>. we share the earth with them..my dogs mess is always cleaned up in public parks. and dogs run wild there so why persecute me and my pet with silly laws. i grew up without seatbelts and now the gov wont allow the media to tell when people die wearing them.. it is 50/50
you should read the reports from the NIH and the CDC. the only time sealt belts reduced survivability was in the event of a gas tank explosion and then the data failed to take into account whether people died from the blast or from the fire
manfromthewest wrote:
<quoted text> and it is a law mandated because deals with car makers and lawmakers to increase the price of new automobiles..
the auto industry fought it tooth and nail
manfromthewest wrote:
<quoted text>as well as emission controls increase price of the auto
and reduce damage to the ozone which was the point
manfromthewest wrote:
<quoted text>seatbelts are a trap that keeps you in a burning car and other dangers . just as dangerous to wear one as to not wear one.
only if you drive a 1974 Pinto and get rear ended by a 1972 VW Beetle, bu I'm all in favor of not forcing you to wear yours. We need more kidney donors.
manfromthewest wrote:
<quoted text> laws prohibiting peoples meals is stupid.. no one has the right to make such stupid laws but they do.. democracy and freedom is gone more with each new silly law that tells us what to do and what not to do.. try enforceing existing laws that punnish murderers, rapists, robbers, child abusers, wife beaters, and make the judges enforce punnishment.. public hangings would curb the capital offence crimes too like they used to in days gone by. no one is scared by execution when it is done in secret..the country is going downhill more each day because of liberals telling us what to do by law and crimes punnished by slap on hand. individual rights being arrested instead of lawbreakers.. ok. that is my soapbox. hope i answered you
there are some valid concerns in that last part
No mostly

Esperance, NY

#59 May 20, 2013
Knowitall9 wrote:
<quoted text>Not good - I taped them to the maypole and nothing happened - Whatsafellertodo ?-
perhaps read the directions?

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#60 May 20, 2013
No mostly wrote:
<quoted text>perhaps read the directions?
A roll of duct tape got no directions -(or is it di-errections ?)-
manfromthewest

Somerset, KY

#61 May 20, 2013
No mostly wrote:
<quoted text>Yes it does
<quoted text>you are not me
<quoted text>It is not a right it is a priviledge that can be restricted
<quoted text>then why don't you go suck on some arsenic?
<quoted text>pets are not wild animals
<quoted text>leash laws regard pets including yours
<quoted text>you should read the reports from the NIH and the CDC. the only time sealt belts reduced survivability was in the event of a gas tank explosion and then the data failed to take into account whether people died from the blast or from the fire
<quoted text>the auto industry fought it tooth and nail
<quoted text>and reduce damage to the ozone which was the point
<quoted text>only if you drive a 1974 Pinto and get rear ended by a 1972 VW Beetle, bu I'm all in favor of not forcing you to wear yours. We need more kidney donors.
<quoted text>there are some valid concerns in that last part
you are wrong on all counts.. but these are only our opinions..
manfromthewest

Somerset, KY

#62 May 20, 2013
all these laws are designed to limit our rights and freedoms.. we didnt have all this nonsense in the fifties and life was better and more freedom and kids could play outside without fear ...is a sad world we are living in now

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#63 May 20, 2013
Sad , also back in the '50's & '60's - Girls wore too many clothes - You actually had to marry one , just to see her IQ -
manfromthewest

Somerset, KY

#65 May 20, 2013
Knowitall9 wrote:
Sad , also back in the '50's & '60's - Girls wore too many clothes - You actually had to marry one , just to see her IQ -
was a different world. more moral and innocent.. and more free than we are today

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#67 May 21, 2013
More moral , but not free - Cost me a lot of Finley burgers -

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#68 May 21, 2013
Yes it did -

“Hello again”

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KY Pineywoods

#69 May 21, 2013
Y'all do know that 3/4 of Americas people are overweight,so you might as well love us or start looking for another country to live in.
Tough Love

Somerset, KY

#70 May 21, 2013
manfromthewest wrote:
all these laws are designed to limit our rights and freedoms.. we didnt have all this nonsense in the fifties and life was better and more freedom and kids could play outside without fear ...is a sad world we are living in now
I grew up in the 50s and I can testify that things were not necessarily better -- less complicated perhaps -- but certainly not better -- and I can guarantee you that even Somerset/Pulaski County in the 50 had rules and regulations that governed daily life within the community. You were either not aware of them or just didn’t care. I keep hearing that we as a nation should be returning to 50s when life was “better.” A time people when died from lung cancer at an alarming rate including those who didn’t smoke, but lived with smokers. A time when the death rate from auto accidents was considerably higher today and where major auto accidents where usually death sentences. A time when businesses routinely dumped chemicals and trash into our streams, lakes and rivers, killing entire species of fish, and contaminated our drinking water, both of which led a host of health problems. A time when many children died from diseases that today are preventable or eradicated due to vaccinations. A time when lead paint paint was routinely used on children’s toys and cribs, resulting in mental retardation, illness and death. A time when asbestos was used in building homes and businesses, again leading to illness and death for many. A time when there was no oversight for food and pharmaceutical manufacturers leading to routine illness and unnecessary death. Now you may want to return to those days, but I can guarantee that most people in this country don’t. Thank goodness.
anonymous user

Indianapolis, IN

#71 May 21, 2013
ladyinsomerset wrote:
Y'all do know that 3/4 of Americas people are overweight,so you might as well love us or start looking for another country to live in.
I like a woman who looks healthy. I vote to stay here

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#74 May 21, 2013
My bride just said that I have no opinion -
No mostly

Esperance, NY

#76 May 22, 2013
manfromthewest wrote:
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you are wrong on all counts.. but these are only our opinions..
You are not worth the effort. The definition (one of) of stupidity is willful ignorance, and that is you

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#77 May 22, 2013
No mostly wrote:
<quoted text>You are not worth the effort. The definition (one of) of stupidity is willful ignorance, and that is you
MFTW is actually smarter'n me -

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