No, this is Patrick!
Yes, let the hate flow through you
[Poetry] Who Does Your Dog Love Most?
I love this team, it's super clear they've got a great atmosphere together as a group.
I'm not sure what you think I'm doing, I literally just asked what sources you're referring to. Man, what a wasted opportunity to open people's eyes.
I'm not sure how asking a simple question is the same as denial, but alrighty. If you stand by this so strongly and have evidence to back it up, shouldn't you relish the opportunity to educate others on the matter?
Edit: wouldn't even need to necessarily be for me, but I'm sure others in this thread would be interested to know where you're coming from. Hostility is no way to engage in discourse.
Can you provide these statistics and facts you're alluding to? I'm genuinely interested.
MA has a similar provision for handguns sold in the state. It's ridiculous
It's Pennywise more likely
Sewer gators are real and they could be in your neighborhood
So many things wrong here. Taking out the firearm in a public space with no obvious need to do so, not having both hands free while trying to take the weapon in and out of the holster (though there's obviously scenarios where you won't have a hand free, this didn't need to be one of them), and not keeping the booger hook off the bang switch.
I'm still scratching my head wondering why he felt the need to mess around with his firearm in this situation. Negligence on all counts.
An example of what not to do while carrying
Oh lawd he comin
Right after that late hit on McAvoy too, and there wasn't even a penalty called.
Edit: guess we have some Saints fans
We need to stop getting pushed around in front of our own fucking net.
I want to scream at this team like Ed Harris towards the end of The Abyss.
"Goddammit you bitch, you've never backed away from anything in your life! NOW FIGHT! FIGHT FIGHT FIIIIIGHT!"
So they don't call a late hit on McAvoy, but they call that
We will not go quietly into that good night
No, I'm explaining why the filibuster exists.
To be honest, I don't think our government really works much at all regardless of the presence of a super majority. When was the last time you felt honestly represented? I personally can't remember.
The filibuster is an interesting concept. I typically think in terms of having the situation reversed. If the Republicans (somehow) got a majority and tried to pass a bullshit law limiting access to abortion for example, the filibuster would be one of the only lines of defense for the Democratic minority to stave off that legislation from passing.
It sucks right now, but it is there for a reason.
[Poetry] Our Nanny Turned Out to be a Predator
She is fucking bonkers live too. You feel this song (and a ton of others) in your chest.
Anyone know their reasoning?