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Ravenswood, WV

Missy Morris

It's a new cameo, "never nothing" is a double negative meaning the opposite of what they are trying to say, and as the buffet is open at Ryan's I imagine this is the last we'll hear from these heffer's today.  (Jun 21, 2013 | post #12)

Charleston, WV

Great Liberal Thinkers

Jack, Jack, Jack, while the quasi intellectual likes to pretend that TW founding fathers were this or that because of something they read on the Internet, what we know for sure is they were far from liberal in their philosophy. Not only were they distrustful of strong central governments, and I understand you may not know this, but they just over threw a sitting government by armed insurrection. They were actually rebels, whom if unsuccessful would have been hanged for treason. Keep googling and maybe you will find a French model...uh bonjour.  (May 10, 2013 | post #32)

Charleston, WV

How about them hillbillies

"I know we're not the only 2 people on here who doesn't like hillbillies" Apparently you don't care much for grammar either. (Note: grammar is not Hillbilly for Grandmother).  (Mar 17, 2013 | post #8)

Charleston, WV

Gun Control

Jack I beg you, we all beg you take an English Class or at least buy a lexicon. re·spec·tive·ly /riˈspekt ivlē/ Adverb-separately or individually and in the order already mentioned (used when enumerating two or more items or facts that refer back to a...: "they received sentences of one year and eight months, respectively" Take it up with Noah Webster. Actually we fought the Revolutionary War, The War of 1812 and the Civil War all on American Soil get real.  (Mar 11, 2013 | post #87)

Charleston, WV

Gun Control

So then that means in your special world that a republic is a government run by the states, because as I recall you believe that the people and the state are the same thing. Perhaps the two are only interchangeable when necessary to make your inaccurate interpretations of the constitution and other writings of the founding fathers, or is it founding states.  (Mar 10, 2013 | post #80)

Charleston, WV

Gun Control

In a Democracy one man equals one vote in a Republic a group of men select one of their peers to represent them. Despite the All State commercials, not everything you read on the Internet is true. I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the (c'mon say it with me) REPUBLIC for which it stands...  (Mar 7, 2013 | post #77)

Charleston, WV

Gun Control

In the collective the state and the people are the same, in a republic they are not.  (Mar 5, 2013 | post #75)

Charleston, WV

Pepperoni Roll Day!

Pepperoni rolls were a creation of the Italian miners in West Virginia. They were first marketed and sold at the Country Club Bakery in Fairmont, WV. Who needs wiki when you have me, lol. Pepperoni rolls rock!  (Mar 1, 2013 | post #7)

Ravenswood, WV

Missy Morris cleaning service

Looks like the 12 year old girls are bored, is school closed in Jackson County today?  (Mar 1, 2013 | post #4)

Charleston, WV

Gun Control

Take an English Class, the operative clause of the second amendment is the people not the militia. You can put turnip in parens beside every word of the bill of rights that doesn't make your interpretation any more accurate. The founding fathers were clear throughout the constitution when they meant state, federal government and people. When the rights are reserved for the state they said state, when they meant people they said people. It's ok if you fear a society where the people can have a scary black gun but don't violate the rules of grammar and sentence structure. The founding fathers were educated men, they knew what they were writing and there is countless writings to backup their position. I'm not sure if you know this but they (the people) had recently overthrown a sitting government by armed insurrection.  (Feb 27, 2013 | post #65)

Charleston, WV

Gun Control

It's a sign of a character alright.  (Feb 24, 2013 | post #53)

Charleston, WV

Gun Control

While I acknowledge you are the expert in being defeated by your Orwellian double speak, pointing out that the operative clause of the second amendment refers to a right bestowed to the people, proves at the most basic level how wrong your "I'm for the second amendment I'm just afraid of scary black guns" is. Although those in the Ministry of Truth in Oceania would be impressed.  (Feb 22, 2013 | post #46)

Charleston, WV

Gun Control

Instead of rehashing your mantra, take an grammar class, maybe then you will understand the difference between a justification clause and an operative clause.  (Feb 22, 2013 | post #43)

Charleston, WV

Gun Control

CBS and MSNBC did not exist when the first amendment was written, neither did Topix or Facebook. Are they exempt from its protection? If you want to go grammar on me, you are correct about the subject, now look up operative clause. The right belongs to the people, when the founding fathers said people they meant people, when they meant state they said state and when the meant federal government they said federal government. Are you implying that in his first inaugural address when George Washington said it was the duty of every citizen to own a firearm (paraphrased, I don't have the speech memorized) he really meant the state? Given the fact that the founding fathers had very recently overthrown a sitting government by armed insurrection, I suspect it may have been on the minds of one or two of them at least.  (Feb 21, 2013 | post #39)

Charleston, WV

Gun Control

Lol, I think you better google truth. I do not interpret the writings of the founding fathers for my purpose, I am quite fluent in the King's English and understand clearly by reading, there is no need for interpretation unless you are trying to prove a false point. So again to point out the duality of your argument. You have stated that you support the second amendment does this mean you support slavery?  (Feb 19, 2013 | post #35)