time off purgatory for following the Pope’s twitter account
August 8, 2013 at 10:30pm
Wednesday’s jackpot drawing comes only a few months after the biggest Powerball jackpot in history – a $590 million pot won in Florida by an 84-year-old widow. The second largest Powerball jackpot, $587.5 million, was won in November and split between two tickets from Arizona and Missouri.
It was in response to.....
Aug. 6, 2013 at 10:24am
"I wish him a fast recovery. President Bush is a good man. There is no doubt in my mind that he loves this country. I can’t say the same for the current occupant of the white house."
You disagree how? Or are you just trying to stir up trouble?
August 6, 2013 at 3:55pm
From the Blaze:
Aug. 6, 2013 at 11:18am
God will not bless this murderer who killed the US Constitution along with millions of his children not just in the ME but right here in the US.
Yes, Bush is responsible for deaths of innocents as well as unecessary deaths. Also responsible for much of the Constitution shredding from 2000-2008.
What - you are going to defend Bush on that?
Is your first name Phil by any chance?
SOY. Medea.... you apologizing for those innocent radical Islamists again ??
no on innocents on unnecessary. The Death of Any Muslim is a blow for Liberty.
On Constitution Shredding. Yes, but mitigated. I still demand that my Government spy the gehenna out of every Muslim in The Republic while simultaneously leaving me and mine the Hades alone.
It CAN be done and I demand it be done.
Time2 and Mick, I think you guys are both late for the bed-sheet fitting that the KKK is having down the road!
In any event, Bush was a tyrant and a warlord who should deservedly feel ashamed for his compliance in committing war crimes. That being said he is as guilty as many of his predecessors in perpatuating the military industrial complex (which Eisenhower warned about), further entangling America in foriegn engagements (which George Washington warned about), and the early avoidable deaths of hundreds of thousands of innocents brought on by decades of wars, embargoes, airstrikes, disease, and outright mass murder.
FYI to both you sociopaths (Mick and Time2), a person defending his home from foreign invaders is not a terrorist (no matter how much you might try to fool the simple-minded into believing that they are). They are simply acting in the same way that you or I would if we were confronted with the same reality. If someone broke into your house, would we blame you for their crime?
Isolationism (OOOPS... non-interventionist as you might say) resulted in World War II. It was a conflict which could have been easily avoided if Britain, France, our country and other powers had reacted during the '30s. You Circus Clowns who pile out from within the tiny car here love to quote Washington's 1796 Farewell Address and Jefferson's 1801 first inaugural which advocated.. “entangling alliances with none.” The advice was excellent for THEIR time, but not for ALL time, and the Founders fully understood the importance of foreign alliances. With substantial foreign assistance, the Founders were able to take a disorderly, outnumbered and ill-equipped army, and to defeat the greatest empire on earth at the time EH? But this and other factual information is lost on you NO_MO_ along with the other clown car passengers who apologize for radical Islam and apologize around the globe for America, just like your # 2 choice Obama did when he was running as the anti-war candidate. How's THAT '08 and '12 enabling working for you? C'mon admit it.... he was your guy all along clown....
Don't you know that Mick paid a lot of money to be taught that Jesus thinks the only good Muzzie is one that's dead and he knows that peace can only be won when we've blown em all to kingdom come?
That's what I love about my personal saviour, he always hates everybody I do, which is generally everyone who isn't exactly like me.
@MIL-DOT, Lol, Scottish therapist!
@MCCRACKEN, sorry, it was funny and I wasn't sure if anyone else got it!
August 2, 2013 at 12:31am
What an assh*le.
They should have made him wait while a clerk counted all the coins to make sure he had enough money.
would you accept the quarters without counting them?
There is no Federal statute mandating that a private business, a person or an organization must accept currency or coins as for payment for goods and/or services. Private businesses are free to develop their own policies on whether or not to accept cash unless there is a State law which says otherwise. For example, a bus line may prohibit payment of fares in pennies or dollar bills. In addition, movie theaters, convenience stores and gas stations may refuse to accept large denomination currency (usually notes above $20) as a matter of policy.
Bottom line: Even though currency is labeled as “legal tender for all debts, public and private”, it is not mandatory that any particular denomination of currency be accepted as payment of a good or service.