User Profile: U4eeeahhh


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  • July 30, 2014 at 6:46am

    There seems to be a misunderstanding among so many readers here. Old Fisherman’s Ghetto did not REFUSE service to any group, they simply do not offer accommodations for strollers, highchairs and other specialized seating. The ban on loud behavior by young patrons would be applied equally to a 7 year old and a 47 year old so that is non-discriminatory. There is no sign that says no patrons under 18 will be served. Therefore this situation is not in any way analogous to the oft cited baker and photographer service denial lawsuits.

    I’m a publisher and I work with the hospitality industry; restaurants, bars and hotels make up 80% of my clients. I know what kind of places drawing families and I don’t got there unless I am willing to be accepting of insolent behaviors of unsupervised whelps. Most of the places I go you just don’t see families in usually due to price and or alcohol service.

  • July 24, 2014 at 8:06am

    First, Do you know how we got to overbearing militarized police forces?? Were you a “Law & Order” voter back in the Reagan days? You wanted more police power, more cops, more weapons and look what you got!

    Second for those that have not spent a lot time in Jackson. the guy is the developer of Fondren Corner, who has saved that area and preserved a lot of buildings. The signs were in front of the outdoor seating for restaurants, a taco place and a burger shop. They were blocking the business’ sidewalk. The clinic is across a wide street. These out-of-town troublemakers were a public nuisance.

    Although charges were filed by the protesters against Peters, no action has been taken and it will be thrown out before it goes to court.

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  • [-2] July 18, 2014 at 10:04pm

    I did not know this, that Starbuck’s had a no tattoo policy. I will NEVER buy another Starbucks product again. I used to be a daily Starbucks junkie when I lived a few blocks from one, now I often but their coffee beans at the grocery. I do not like companies that attempt to intrude in the employee’s private life. Tattoos, piercings, hair color, length and style are all manners of personal expression and should not be repressed when they do not present a functional obstruction to job performance but only represent some subjective aesthetic standard.

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  • [-2] July 3, 2014 at 9:39am

    Control of their reproductive biology is of primary importance in giving women control of their personal destiny. That includes the right to recreational fornication without the punishment of procreation.

  • [-6] July 3, 2014 at 9:36am

    Please can’t we just have a national single-payer health care system for all citizens. That ends all this confusion and would improve services for everyone. We are so far behind the rest of the world in providing for our citizens in health, education and job protection including minimum wage.

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  • [-12] July 3, 2014 at 9:33am

    I believe these categories, Race baiters, Bigots and racists, are reserved for the Tea Party members. The others are liberals and we’re proud to have them with us.

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  • [2] June 28, 2014 at 12:59pm

    We need to LIMIT polices’ use of firearms. Arm most patrol officers with non-lethal self protection devices like Tasers and pepper spray and keep guns locked in the truck

  • June 21, 2014 at 7:31am

    Part Two

    Without the bloodsucking defense and paranoia budgets [which includes much of the domestic law enforcement and incarceration business] this country could provide universal healthcare, free educations to any level and a couple of thousand dollars a month to every poor person in America. On the current tax base. There is so much wasted money in the militarized police, the defense services, foreign wars and prisons that we could switch to use in this country for rebuilding roads and infrastructure, That’s how we here in the USA can end all our current economic woes. Jobs will produce spending which will produce manufacturing and that will build more jobs and the circle goes round and round. Wars take money out of the loop and waste it in Bumfucaistan. That steals from us all. Anti War is very Libertarian.

  • June 21, 2014 at 7:30am

    For years when I was asked political affiliation I answered Libertarian Socialist. O have sort of stopped because the term Libertarian now conjures up some distasteful associations.
    I wrote this a couple of years ago on Socialist Libertarian views

    Just as there is no such thing as True Democracy, there will never be True Libertarianism or True Communism for that matter. But as we incorporate the practical aspects of democracy into a workable real world system of governance we can also take some direction from practical applications of Libertarianism. I like to define myself as a Libertarian Socialist. Liberty, Freedom to peruse anything or nothing in life as one chooses is libertarian, I am very anti all sin and morality based laws and limitations on failure or barriers to achieve any goal one sets for one’s self. BUT… I would support a minimum national income and universal healthcare. I see no problem will providing a basic level of existence to all citizens, free basic educations, free healthcare. I might require some qualifier like military or civil service to obtain the generous benefits but I would not require the service if a citizen wanted to live outside the system at their own peril. So call me a Social Darwinist who supports a basic level of existence as a human right that the successful have an obligation to provide for the betterment of society. How could we afford that? [part 2 follows]

  • [-1] June 21, 2014 at 7:20am

    WOW, such creative and insightful cut & paste posts contribute so much to the discourse. – Max Frisson 2014

  • [-2] June 21, 2014 at 7:15am

    Informed and educated people are the least likely to be religious. As education and income rises, religiosity falls. Dozens of studies confirm that – see Pew Research; Religion in America

  • June 12, 2014 at 12:40pm

    Would not stand up in court as it is most likely that the person who posed as a 15 year old was actually over 18. So no minor to corrupt.

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  • [2] June 12, 2014 at 8:25am

    Please cite the statutes under which you would charge the counselor? Entry into adult shops is restricted to adults 18 or 21 depending on the jurisdiction. There are specfic ordinaces prohibiting the purchase of tobacco and alcohol for minors becasue there are laws against that group having possession of those substances. But with SCOTUS Lawrence decision and subsequent rulings the possession of sex toys is completely legal with no age restrictions. I can find no law that prohibits telling a minor a porn website exists either. Such information transfer is likely protected speech under 1st Amendment.

  • [-1] June 12, 2014 at 8:09am

    Actually no law prohibits a teenager from obtain the accourtments of bondage and domination role playing sex games. Rope, zip ties, scarfs, a nice leather belt, some old fashion wooden clothespins, a few 2×4 and a little imagination is all you need. Most serious players make their gear. Misconceptions abound here. Not all play is about pain, very, very little of it leads to blood or scarification. That is a level very few casual explorers ever reach.

    If a 15 year old does not know how to find porn video sites then they’re some Amish kid living without electricity in some backwoods farm house. Welcome to the 21st Century.

  • February 22, 2014 at 7:21am

    You are correct when you say that Atheists wish to de-Christianize American culture. But I see that as a good thing. A more secular society would be more conducive to freedom and equality. Can you deny that through out our history the mythology of the Bible have been repeated misused to support prejudices and limit rights of certain individuals? Several major faith studies have shown that in the USA in 2014 about 20% of the citizenry call themselves non-religious, and that segment is growing far more rapidly than any faith. De-Christianizing American culture is the logical progression of our society as the superstitions of old fade away.

  • February 18, 2014 at 6:50pm

    Followed the link and saw the shirts; this woman has a very, very low threshold for finding offense. Orem’s cited ordinance I doubt would hold up to any challenge and likely is on the books because no one has ever been charged with it.

    Nothing of note if this hadn’t happen in Utah, it would never have been a TV news story.

  • August 31, 2013 at 2:22pm

    Legalize, regulate and keeping it safe would end underage prostitution, end what little trafficking there is in America and get us hobbyists [Johns] better quality providers[Hookers] and make sex work safe.

    Most women in sex work are there by choice, many escorts see only 1 client a day, two or three days a week at rates from $400 to $600 a appointment. I know many women, several in Houston that have been escorts for a decade or more, own their homes, pay taxes and earn $60,0000 up a year working maybe 10 or 12 days a month, half a day. There is nothing wrong with sex work, legalize!

    Yes, I am a hobbyist and have no shame about it.

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  • August 13, 2013 at 11:11am

    You all remember that porn made the VHS VCR. The slow selling Betamax was not the medium for home consumption porn, wham bam and we have a new ubiquitous home appliance.

    Much of America’s porn is beginning to move off-shore in anticipation of restrictive laws.

    Canada’s percentage is almost all in one owner’s sites, Carol Cox. Carol is a woman who started her own site 15 years ago and is now a millionaire. My Texas-based porn co-op was a content contributor years ago.

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  • August 6, 2013 at 11:06am


    Whiskey River’s dress code in in place to keep it white, it’s the Cracker Protection Dress Code

  • August 5, 2013 at 4:16pm

    @NAQ…. Actually lesbian couples have the lowest rate of domestic violence and are the least likely to cheat.

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