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    Quote Originally Posted by gejoslin View Post
    When is was a kid in the 60's the world we live in now would have made a great episode of The Twilight Zone.
    Yeah, the episode was called "To serve Man." It's a cookbook!
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    Political correctness: The belief that you can pick up a turd by the clean end.
    “Religion is an insult to human dignity. Without it you would have good people doing good things and evil people doing evil things.
    But for good people to do evil things, that takes religion.” ― Steven Weinberg

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    File this in the "Just when you thought politicians couldn't get any stupider" category.
    Never argue with a red-haired witch. It wastes your breath and only delays the inevitable. --the collected sayings of Wiz Zumwalt

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    In all honesty, that really is pretty retarded.
    Knarren und Zigarren!!!

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    Actually the way I read it, it's an effort to curb Bloomy's "Stop and Frisk." Which, if you're familiar with, basically stomps on the 4th Amendment anyway. Doesn't appear to prevent the sharing of information for someone who is suspect of committing a crime.

    The New York City Council - File #: Int 1080-2013

    The bill probably would not have come to pass if Bloomy weren't such a king wannabe fool.
    You can have good intentions and not be right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Itstjs View Post
    Personally, I think its the New Yorkers fault for having these ignorant people in office. Its a result of ignorant voters casting straight ticket votes and not paying attention to who stands for what. People dont pay attention for who theyre voting for any longer, they cast Republican or Democrat straight ticket only, hence a reason why Fienstein has stayed in office for so long, how some of the congress or senators stay in office, also capped by how the Media doesnt make a big deal out of it like they do with the Presidential election, Alot of people believe they only have to vote 1 or 2 times every 4 or 5 years (Governor, President and if you live in a City, Mayor) So I dont feel too bad for the City or State of New York. Wake up people, vote, make your voice heard, attend city council meetings, let them hear your voice or at least let them know theyll be voted out...
    Youd figure these ignorant politicians would have more important things to vote on like a budget, instead of Police descriptions and big gulps. Personally sounds to me; 1.) a few of their councilmen have a bit of a health nut type idea, ie the ban on big gulps, and now, 2.) one of them probably got arrested due to a description put out by police. They might as well fire all of their cops if this law passes, which is HIGHLY doubtful that it will.
    Ok, thats my 2c.
    Good luck NY, NY
    You have to understand the demographics of NY State... the majority of the state is rural in character....hard working, self reliant conservatives going to work every day supporting their families, teaching them morals and ethics and trying to do the right thing. Unfortunately, the population base is concentrated in two or three "major metropolitan areas"...NYC, Buffalo & Rochester. Here is where the liberal Taxers & Spenders live (translation...those living on other people's dime live). At election time, all they have to doe is say one thing..."they want to take your benefits away"....it's over.
    Combine that with the most Unionized state with bloated rolls of State, County and Local government workers (Govt is the largest employer in the state), and you now have the reason that the Dems have a "lock" on the entire state.

    The Libs even arrange for buses to pick up their voters, give incentives such as free cigarettes, etc, and transport them to the polls.

    The choice is then boiled down to one choice for most of 'those people'.... Do you want to keep Santa Clause in office or vote him out...if you vote him out, you have to be YOUR OWN Santa. Keep getting the goodies....or provide for yourself!!! Hmmm, what a choice!!!

    The people spending other people's money will always vote to keep spending other people's money....until it runs out...then they steal it.
    The liberal state has slowly created this mess over generations. What was originally thought of as a 'safety net' has become a hammock. It's going to take a lot more time to fix it.

    By the way, did you notice I did not profile anyone? The takers are not limited to any particular demographic group.

    Finally, please don't start with the "just leave NY" comments...it's not that easy to just pick up and leave...but the plans are being made at this time and will likely be executed in a couple years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by golocx4 View Post
    These same people that must live in some alternate dimension, don't want you to have access to a firearm. They expect you to rely on the Police for all of your safety.

    New York Democrats Want to Ban Police From Describing Suspects By Race, Sex, or Age | The Gateway Pundit

    This may explain why Barack Obama said US perons have nothing to fear from the NSA.
    Not Citizens - not residents but persons.

    Attention all cars , Be on the lookout for a 5-10 200 lb person wanted for robbery. wearing red clothes. That is all.

    A race less - gender-less - society. (someone has been watching to much star trek in their moms basement)
    And the people of New York City have pretty much been completely disarmed... Sounds like a criminals paradise!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Outlaw View Post
    And the people of New York City have pretty much been completely disarmed... Sounds like a criminals paradise!!
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    It is, check this out.
    According to FBI data on murder rates, 515 people were murdered in New York City in 2011 giving NYC a murder rate of 6.27 murders per 100,000 people. In nearby Jersey City, the murder rate was 7.25 in 2011; while in Newark it was significantly higher at 34.16 murders per 100,000 people.
    New York City Crime Rates, Statistics & Maps - Map the Murder & Crime Rate in NYC
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigcarlover View Post
    Actually the way I read it, it's an effort to curb Bloomy's "Stop and Frisk." Which, if you're familiar with, basically stomps on the 4th Amendment anyway. Doesn't appear to prevent the sharing of information for someone who is suspect of committing a crime.

    The New York City Council - File #: Int 1080-2013

    The bill probably would not have come to pass if Bloomy weren't such a king wannabe fool.
    GOD, GUNS and GUITARS

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    I'm betting most officers .... will figure out walk around or assimilies.

    I'm looking for a 5'10" male that could be Obama's son.

    I'm looking a gut that could be Caledron's son, he's wearing a black hoodie , is 5'9" tall - 160 lbs.

    I'm looking for a guy I'ld swear must be Charlie Chan's son.....

    You remember that guy who played the part of Rocky, looked a bit like him.

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