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callipyge:
Thank you for loving and supporting my new set!!
sugary:
heey, thank you so so much for the support on my set Red Lips Girls
means a lot to me! love
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This is great!

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abadon:
thank you soooooooooo much so nice of you!!
roxxied:
Thank youuu! <3
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Heard this song on last weeks episode of Weeds. Pretty damn good!

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krito:
hello! thank you very much for all the support, love and comment on my new set Spring... hugs
littlejohn22:
have a happy birthday
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Now this is funny!!!



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sauda:
Thanks so much for the comment you left on my set, Blue Moon. kiss
elliott:
Thank you so much for the lovely comment on my set smile xxx
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jamity:
Thanks for the comment to my new set "Digital Love" smile
ajilee:
Ha ha ha ha ha ha!!!
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The Man Who Shot Osama Bin Laden

So it turns out that water boarding other Bush policies actually paid off in the end. Any chance we'll see an about face from BHO and Eric Holder? I won't hold my breath. It's truly disgusting watching this fool try to take all the credit. I do give him the credit for having the balls...
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I saw this commercial on CNN yesterday. Sad but so true!

theknutt:
I've jioned 'Diesel Access' for a few months and downloaded from there. 14 sites for the price! back in 2007. For Ivana and her freinds!
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Wow! Every Liberal on the planet should read this book! How refreshing to read that more and more folks in the "ghetto" are starting to wise up and see Liberalism for what it truly is! It is hard to pick just one passage to highlight from this book because there are just so many of them, but here is a fantastic and oh so true...
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Two stories in the local paper have caught my eye recently. The first being Conyers Police arrest man for panhandling. The posts following the article show that the locals are torn between what should have been done here. I used to have sympathy for these people, but as I get older and wiser I'm beginning to lose my patience with them. I work inside...
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droopy99:
I'm on the fence with the Wisconsin thing. You know, I don't lump all progressives into one big 'evil people' category. To me, they are like any other political or social group: the most extreme of them seem to be the loudest (or get the most attention), but they don't necessarily represent the larger consensus. And it's possible to support some 'progressive' ideas (even you admit to having a few wink), but not necessarily an extreme agenda.

What I see is that Walker is stating he needs changes in one law in order to accomplish a certain task. A group of people is showing him an alternate way to achieve the same goal, and he's refusing it. He wants to strip rights from a group of individuals, in order to balance his budget. The same group says, hey, we'll give you the $ you need to balance your budget AND it doesn't need to strip our rights away. To which he responds, nah I really don't want you to have those rights, I was just using the $ as an excuse.

I'm not necessarily on of those "all power to unions" folks either. I want to see a fair and equitable balance. There are folks with power and there folks without, and until you get into the super-upper realm, folks with power seem to have the strong attitude that it's OK to shit on people beneath you. And I just don't hold to that. But I'm a hand-up kind of guy, not a hand-out kind. So, I see collective bargaining as a way for those without power to have a chance, to have at least something to stand on. Rules to govern how much abuse the powerful can heap on the powerless is the only thing in the way of slavery. As the economy turned down, I saw massive abuse of employees work its way into the system. I work in a giant multinational corporation, and in here as well as friends in smaller local firms, employees got stripped of more and more. And what happens is that becomes the new 'norm', so when things get better, don't think for a minute those employers are going to give back to the employees what they took away.

On the other extreme, some unions have gotten so large and powerful, they no longer function as their intent. They become companies in their own rights, treating their 'employees' with as much indifference and abuse as the companies they supposedly fight against.
droopy99:
Oh I had to send this your way. No insult intended, just for what it is, it's funny and I thought you'd appreciate it. smile

"A public union employee, a tea party activist and a CEO are sitting at a table with a plate of a dozen cookies in the middle of it. The CEO takes 11 of the cookies, turns to the tea partier and says, 'Watch out for that union guy he wants a piece of your cookie.'"