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  1. What a bummer, and the idiot who stole it obviously has no idea what it is. I hope you are able to recover it. I would keep an eye on craigslist for someone trying to sell it.
  2. I hate that when that happens Dean! When was this new rule regarding politics put into place? I wasn't aware of this new rule, so I guess I will also remove my self from this topic.
  3. I think that pretty much sums up the way I feel.
  4. Trust me, I know we have cities that are 99% Hispanic today, but I am talking about 40 years ago. What was the percentage of Hispanics in these towns 40 years ago? The census seems useless in finding this information because many times they lump Mestizos in with Whites, so it's hard to get reliable data from the census. Of course it's possible that BB grew up in a town in the US which was 99% Hispanic (where they White Hispanics or Mestizo Hispanics?) 40 years ago. I know what you mean about closed up stores too, it's the same in many parts of California.
  5. Where did you grow up that is 99% hispanic? How old are you? I only ask because I can't imagine that 30 or 40 years ago that we had cities that where 99% Hispanic. Are you using Hispanic as a racial term or a language term? Last time I checked, Hispanic referred to those who spoke Spanish, and Spanish is a European (White) language. Personally, I don't want to live in Mexico, and every place that has become majority Mestizo (the correct term for those who come from Mexico because the majority of them are a mixture of Amerindian and Spanish (White)), looks a lot like Mexico. For example, I recently lived in Porterville California, which is a rather small city in the Central Valley California which is majority mestizo, and the city looked a lot like Mexico. With a population of only 40k, the murder rate was about 1 a month, not including all the attempted murders and other crime. in addition, in many places the homes looked like run down shacks like you see in many parts of Mexico with 5 families living in each home. In the past 10 years, I have seen cities in California go from low crime, clean cities, to cities full of crime, gangs, etc. Personally I would rather they remained nice cities with low crime. I personally want to grow up in a safe community with people who are like myself. Who are these people who only smile at the "filthy White ones, but dont smile at the filthy brown ones"? Sounds like White guilt to me, and the suggestion that only Whites can be racist or hateful, which is another thing I am sick of. As an environmentalist, it would seem that overcrowding would be a concern, no?
  6. Are you sure about that? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MzgS2QtFIko
  7. Texas lawmaker to introduce anti-immigration bill AUSTIN, Texas -- A Texas lawmaker says she plans to push for a law similar to Arizona's get-tough immigration measure. San Antonio Express-News and Houston Chronicle report Wednesday that Republican Rep. Debbie Riddle of Tomball says she will introduce the measure in the January legislative session. Full Article And some more good news: Will Other States Follow Arizona's Lead on Immigration? Politicians in at least five states are calling for their state legislatures to adopt immigration laws that mirror Arizona's controversial new measure. State lawmakers and others in Texas, Utah, Georgia, Ohio and Maryland are seizing on Arizona's hard-line approach to illegal immigration, which has the approval of many conservatives who say it is necessary in the absence of adequate federal policies. The law, however, has outraged others across the country who say it violates Americans' Constitutional rights and/or encroaches on federal authority to regulate immigration. Full Article
  8. Juan McAmnesty?? Are Arizonians taking him seriously? :hahaha:
  9. Mike, Here is a screen shot which would make it easier to see what I am talking about. It's kinda hard to see. Hope this helps.
  10. Mike, If you go check out the poll here, next to the question "Yes" you will see a link that says "view". If you click on that link you can view all who voted. With IPB, you can set it up to be public or private when setting up the poll. It will actually tell if it's a public poll or not when you cast your vote. I am not sure if this is why people are not voting, but just thought I would throw it out there as a possibility.
  11. I noticed the poll was public, could this be keeping folks from voting?
  12. Snopes isn't the best source either, and many times the authors on snopes like to base whether something is fact or fiction on their own opinions. From what I understand, snopes it run by a married couple. :twocents:
  13. $750 for a couple of freaking nails?!? Sounds like Sawmill was right in his other post and unless we start challenging these SOB's in court, it will only get worse. Is they guy going to try and fight it?
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