gowlerk

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  1. Edited and sent to a DM because I have gone so far off topic.
  2. Only because they were influenced by "a progressive District Attorney". And of course the trial was held in front of jurors from Austin which is a place infested with libtards.
  3. Straight into the basket with all the others.
  4. This example of politics driving SCOTUS recently came to light. https://www.cnn.com/2024/05/16/politics/alito-upside-down-american-flag-house/index.html
  5. It seems quite clear to me how Abbot got there. He first made up his mind to pardon the guy, then appointed people to the pardon board in order to enable him to do so. He decided to do it as soon as the conviction came in, possibly sooner. Why? Because the dead man was a BLM protester and Abbot wanted to make a political statement to the base. It is not mere silliness, it is an outrage.
  6. In practical terms that simply means that it will fit. But the manufacturer is trying to warn you that anything larger will not.
  7. I have no idea why Rob has not been here for so long. But I can tell you he has been a regular commenter on the FB riggers forum lately.
  8. This is the stuff you get when you elevate sports stars to the level of commencement speakers. His ability to kick field goals is just sooooo inspirational.
  9. Here is what "Republican law and order" looks like on the ground. https://www.cnn.com/2024/05/16/us/daniel-perry-texas-pardon-recommendation/index.html
  10. Considering that he is on record saying that he has Asperger's Syndrome that would be correct.
  11. Extremists draw prison sentences for trying to violently impose their will on others. https://apnews.com/article/lauren-handy-abortion-clinic-blockade-ab461332b6c83d1c4d7f4d6175d04fbc
  12. It actually made a certain amount of sense when it was written. Some people just don't want to move on. They are afraid of waking up I suppose.
  13. In some places some people believe there is a good reason..... In Judaism, Christianity, and some other Abrahamic religions, the commandment to "be fruitful and multiply" (referred to as the "creation mandate" in some denominations of Christianity) is the divine injunction which forms part of Genesis 1:28, in which God, after having created the world and all in it, ascribes to humankind the tasks of filling, subduing, and ruling over the earth.[1][2] The cultural mandate includes the sentence "Be fruitful and multiply and fill the Earth."
  14. This just popped up in my FB feed.
  15. If an 18 year old wants to go to the bar and drink why should the government get involved? Apparently people mature very slowly in America compared to the rest of the world.
  16. The age of consent is 16 all across Canada. What is it where you are?
  17. It still does. Most choose to ignore it.
  18. That would be a new accomplishment, not a new technology.
  19. Of course casting aluminum is not new. The technique pioneered by Tesla a few years ago was very new, and cutting edge in mass production. And is now being adopted by several other makers. No one is claiming Elon invented fire. Innovation in manufacturing is always done in steps. https://insideevs.com/news/673158/tesla-giga-casting-manufacturing-becomes-mainstream/
  20. Well….. they ain’t gonna sell much of that fancy software tech without a fancy automobile to wrap around it. So I’m not really sure where you are coming from on this. In the end the product they sell needs to move people from one place to another. So far no one has managed to do that with VR, so as far as I know they are a car company.
  21. Assets? Good luck. People who sue DZOs are dreamers. And Bill Dause likely is more of a manager than an owner. I think someone is suing the Boyds as well. They also have no assets.
  22. Clearly he has been too successful for his own good and is not fully equipped to handle it.
  23. None in mud huts. There are some close to third world conditions on reserves though.
  24. Where I live if you made those choices for your children you would most likely attract a lot of attention from certain social agencies. Or perhaps you would be Amish. For sure you would be doing a poor job of equipping them for life in the modern world.