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After years of messing around with extension cords and air hoses I finally gave in and picked up some cordless tools. I finally saw the light when I was helping a friend work on his car in his small c

trippin out on how big this rattlesnake is , fucker slithered too close to my wife’s childhood home . her sister spotted it and her pops clipped him edit : Was headed for the chicken coop 🐔

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there is a mental disorder where sufferers are convinced they should be disabled - be it paralysed, missing a limb, blind, whatever.

 

reminds me of that

 

I saw an article about some lady that wanted to have $25,000 surgery to make her legs not work. She was whining about not being able to afford it. WTF! I know people that will do it for half that price with baseball bats.

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Sitting on a pile of old railroad ties waiting on the next train to come by. Pondering if I should take out another student loan or not.

 

Student loan payments are the real worst time of the month

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Student loan payments are the real worst time of the month

 

Yeah that's what I hear. I graduate in December right now I only owe 3G's. So I'm kind of like ahhh what's another thousand or two on top of that. I need new tires on my car and a couple other things that would just be much easier paid for this way. But you are right, I won't be saying that shit when I'm making the payments next year.

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Yeah that's what I hear. I graduate in December right now I only owe 3G's. So I'm kind of like ahhh what's another thousand or two on top of that. I need new tires on my car and a couple other things that would just be much easier paid for this way. But you are right, I won't be saying that shit when I'm making the payments next year.

 

let's be honest, that's not that much money ... if you have a steady job and manage your expenses you could pay it back reasonably, depending on the amortization schedule.

 

myself, i like to have a small cushion of a few thousand saved up in case of a medical emergency, minor arrest, something like that happens. it's been nice to have before. wouldn't suggest adding on more debt if you haven't got a little saved.

 

then again i'm the son of a miser, so the idea of borrowing money gives me physical pain & i avoid it at all costs. some people are a little more well-balanced than i am :lol: :lol:

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let's be honest, that's not that much money ... if you have a steady job and manage your expenses you could pay it back reasonably, depending on the amortization schedule.

 

myself, i like to have a small cushion of a few thousand saved up in case of a medical emergency, minor arrest, something like that happens. it's been nice to have before. wouldn't suggest adding on more debt if you haven't got a little saved.

 

then again i'm the son of a miser, so the idea of borrowing money gives me physical pain & i avoid it at all costs. some people are a little more well-balanced than i am :lol: :lol:

 

Yeah I was raised by misers as well that is why I'm giving it so much though. I do have a steady job and manage my expenses well. Usually I'm a pretty good saver but the last guy I was dating cleaned me out pretty good over the last year. Which is no ones fault but my own, and then I took off to Mexico for two weeks and blew the last of what I had:o . So I could get by and make shit work if I have to, but I also figure this would be a way to get the things I need and replenish my savings now that I got rid of that bastard. Idk I'm still undecided. God only knows how long I'll be pulling internships before a real job comes my way.

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Reading this.

 

Trudeau on legalizing pot: Realistic promise or just blowing smoke?

 

Justin Trudeau has changed his position on marijuana and now wants to see the drug legalized.

 

Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau said Wednesday at a rally in Kelowna that he doesn't want to just decriminalize marijuana – he wants to legalize, tax and regulate it. Is there any chance Trudeau would follow through on this promise, or is he just blowing smoke to appeal to younger voters?

 

Thomas Bink: Call me a prude, but I've never been a fan of the idea of legalizing or decriminalizing drugs – we have enough social and health care problems with cigarettes and alcohol. And I honestly think most MPs, regardless of political stripe, feel the same way. Politicians make promises to get support and get into office, and that's all we're seeing here. It's a popular – but not very practical – opinion intended to get young, apathetic voters on the Trudeau bandwagon.

 

Andy Radia: I think it's a little from column A and a little from column B. I think in theory it's a great idea. It will have a lot of appeal in British Columbia – the pot capital of North America – and with young people across the country. But there are just to many logistical challenges for it to happen, at least in the near future. I had one U.S. immigration lawyer tell me to expect two- or three-hour waits at the border while every single car is checked over with a drug sniffing dog. There's also the issue driving under the influence of pot. Law enforcement has enough problems policing drinking drivers, how are they going to policing stoned drivers

 

Matthew Coutts: How cynical have we become? Suspecting a politician of promising something popular without the intention of following through. Sheesh. But seriously, Trudeau is already, presumably, the favourite for young voters. And unless I’m completely deaf on this, this legalization promise isn’t going to be the thing that suddenly makes apathetic youngsters get off their butts. I’ve read a few of Trudeau’s past comments and I think he’s personally conflicted about pot decriminalization. Which makes me think he’s serious about this plan to legalize and tax it. Keep it out of the hands of kids and make some bank on the side. Besides, if the Liberals do win the next election (and that’s a big, dubious if), it will take longer to tear down all the Tory’s Economic Action Plan propaganda billboards than it will to iron out the kinks that come from legalizing pot.

 

Radia: I think it will be a ballot box question for some – especially in British Columbia. I don't expect the 1.8 million youth who didn't vote in 2011 to rush to the polls based on this issue, but it will help. I'm glad, however, that for the first time a major party leader has put this out there, because it's an idea that needs to be discussed. I don't know if legalization is the answer – or is even possible – but the current system of prohibition of marijuana isn't working. The current laws have led to high rates of gang violence and huge expenses associated with growing enforcement costs and expensive legal proceedings. I hope Trudeau is sincere about making changes.

 

Coutts: Sure, I suppose the debate is where Trudeau hopes to score points, especially in B.C. But if he’s taking a hard line like this, he must be ready to push the issue. I agree with what Tom said earlier, most MPs are probably pretty conservative on this issue, regardless of political stripe. He’s not going to rattle cages like this for a quick headline. And as for the actual process of legalizing it, let’s remember that alcohol was prohibited once. And they are making legal weed work in Colorado and Washington.

 

Bink: I think both of you have been sampling a bit of the wacky weed yourselves. This is a bad idea that will make soft conservatives dig in even harder against Trudeau. And as for the idea that regulating legal pot is the answer for keeping it out of the hands of kids? You've got to be kidding.

 

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Not sure. I know the quality of chronic available would go up but the taxes would likely double or tripple the current prices. 10 years ago a pack of smokes was about $3 since then taxes have raised the price to $11+ thus creating a big illegal cigarette market of terrible quality cigs. Knowing your bud was grown under strict health regulations, mould & pesticide free would be a nice bonus but at $30 per gram I'm undecided.

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Not sure. I know the quality of chronic available would go up but the taxes would likely double or tripple the current prices. 10 years ago a pack of smokes was about $3 since then taxes have raised the price to $11+ thus creating a big illegal cigarette market of terrible quality cigs. Knowing your bud was grown under strict health regulations, mould & pesticide free would be a nice bonus but at $30 per gram I'm undecided.

 

Quite the quandry.

 

Chappelle show marathon.

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Wondering how to live a live free from distractions, while on the internet.

 

Getting ready to be on vacation for a week, well mentally getting ready the physical preparations seem to be eluding me as I have been distracted all day.

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