Things Heard: e219v5
Friday, May 4th, 2012 at 8:42 am by Mark O.
Oooh, goody. A chance to link more stuff, make comments, and be misinterpreted.
- A few comments here on bikes on roads might work. Uhm, I have been stopped by a cop riding a bike, in my case, because he felt “stopping” by doing a track stand (the bike stopped … but I didn’t “put my foot down”, which apparently for the cop means I’ve actually stopped). I’ll add that bike trails along side roads might be nice, but there are two problems, I think when they cross roads they are less, not more safe in that the cars/bikes aren’t really as cognizant of the other’s presence at intersections because they are on separated on the main path and second, lots of roadies are traveling a whole lot further than that short section of bike path. I used to take an 80 mile ride up to my mother-in-laws. Several sections of the path paralleled bike paths for about 2-3 miles of the whole trip. While that path might have made sense for the subdivision along side it, not so much for me.
- Wheaton stands with the Roman Catholics.
- Liberals like to point out how much more multiculturally senstive and aware and open they are. It just ain’t so, just observe these two leading liberal public intellectuals.
- Courage recognized.
- I think if you back that question up a bit you’ll find the “what constitutes healthy” a thorny enough question in and of itself without qualifying it.
- While we’re in the business of thorny definitions, how about defining manufacturing.
- The wonders of Obamacare and that whole “find out what’s in the law after you pass it”.
- So, go ahead, follow Ms Warren’s example and check the “African American” section any application or employment form. And while your at it, check the “Cheerful” spot in the sexuality section.
- Admission of guilt a bit?
- Full assault mode. Attack attack attack!!!
- Of economic opportunity and height.
- Well, don’t worry, “reset” didn’t mean anything to anyone not in Russia either.
- Well, no. I don’t think it is ever correct to hire a less qualified candidate. Who would? Now, I think the left would tell you that aff/action is to have preferences between equally qualified candidates. But, when they tell you that, alas, they are lying.
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