i suggest you quote the stats of that research correctly, because i couldnt find ANY of the stats you stated in the cameron’s paper.
 February 4, 2015 at 12:34am
we will see. or maybe i should say you will see, too late probably, but you will still see. eventually.
 February 2, 2015 at 11:14pm
January 31, 2015 at 1:29am
oh really dr? what type is it? residual, disorganized or paranoid, or maybe NOS? im impressed with the fact that you could diagnose her over the internet like this. im surprised you were so easily able to rule out borderline personality disorder, sociopathy or any number of other mental diagnosis.
January 28, 2015 at 4:52pm
no bub, our spell checker doesnt work. now what? i wonder what people will say 50 years from now…oh wait, this wont matter 50 years from now. prioritize bubby, prioritize.
January 28, 2015 at 2:13pm
i once read that people laugh at that which we can relate to, so i laugh at your comment because i too cannot spell worth a lick and would have spelled it marshall. my dad is an even worse speller than i am, and i regularly razz him when he types me emails. hey, none of us walk on water, right? thanks for the chuckle, walther. and thanks to doug for learnin us some spellin!
Doesn't post much, but when she does, she's spot on.
They probably are on the dole already.
 January 26, 2015 at 9:17pm
lol. for real.
 January 25, 2015 at 1:40pm
I like to think of things from all angles, so I’ve been thinking about this: yes they are given “free stuff”, but they are taxed like crazy, right? So not only is it not really free stuff, but if I were taxed excessively, then yeah, I would want that “free stuff” I paid for! The government wants to impose austerity, and I don’t think that is a bad thing, but they want to do it by continuing to tax the crap out of these people. Thoughts anyone?
When you have a debt to GDP ratio of (I think) close to 90%, if not higher, and huge unemployment, austerity is not the answer. The only problem us they don’t want to do what truly needs to be done.
Two of my favorite public figures of all time argued that since they opposed welfare of any kind consistently, that it wasn’t hypocritical for them to take back what was stolen from them in the form of social security. I get what they’re saying, but I think the fallacy with their premise is they weren’t/aren’t receiving that money back from the government that robbed them. They both know that government doesn’t produce wealth. That it only takes it from other people. So regardless of their justification, they are robbing an innocent third party (future people) because they got robbed. Now, I don’t find it immoral for someone in dire straits to take what’s being given, because their choices have been limited by force. Still, I’m not about to call it anything other than what it really is. Theft forcing future generations into indentured servitude.
Greece has gone farther down that rabbit hole than even California. As part of the Euro zone they can't print their own currency. They broke the agreement they signed when they accepted the Euro, then lied about their government budgets until the ugly truth could no longer be hidden even from those who chose not to see.
Greece then continued to build a massive, entitled public sector workforce while promising early and generous retirements. Then went to Brussels with their hands out once the money was gone.
Europeans whose nations chose not to run ruinous social programs and who kept their governments, if not small then at least more realistically sized than Greece's, weren't prepared to bail Greece out unless Greece reigned in its spending. Hence the austerity agreement.
The socialists want it both ways by continuing to spend the taxes of citizens of other European countries, with endless bailouts. The electorate are either willfully blind, naive, or think they're entitled to the largess of other Europeans.
Tonight it's looking like the socialists are winning. If Europe is more afraid of a 'Grexit' than they are of opening their treasuries to Athens, the socialists may be right.
Bodes ill for Europe either way.
 January 24, 2015 at 3:51pm
you mean he definitely got the cheddar!
 January 24, 2015 at 3:41pm
actually, it sounds just like a government worker or a union employee.
Last time they were this funny is when the TOTUS got lost.
 January 21, 2015 at 2:05pm
or as my mom says….it’s easier to ask for forgiveness than it is permission.
 September 20, 2014 at 2:37pm
yeah, i dont think a felony is needed. full restitution and 40 to 80 hours of community service should do it. but, when you get a felony, even class D that means you get probation, and there are lots and lots of fees to pay when you are on probation. Someone has to pay for all those PO’s who work for the dept of corrections.