99% of these comments are impossible to read. Are people too stupid to use punctuation and language that implies at least enough of an education for people to value your opinion?
Here's a hint, blocks of text just make it seem like you cannot think through your argument, and from what I see here, that there is no argument except for your whining that your precious hunting rights are being encroached on. If you have to apply for a permit to do something, it is not an innate right.
If you claim people cannot prove what really happens in these places then you are either too stupid to understand the evidence that has been found, or too cowardly to stand up and defend what actually does go on.
You know it cannot be defended so instead you claim that it does not happen at all. I love watching people deny something in the face of evidence to the contrary. Oh and capital letters do not the truth make.
Have fun :)
Wow did you ever think maybe the damn phone belongs to someone else?? Maybe a gift? Damn stop judging her omg I hate people like you!! Sure the lady was grateful for the phone , considering she has small kids!!! also really none of your business about where the father is , that is not even the issue we are talking about!! smfh
Now, I'm biased because I'm in the band...just getting that out of the way, but this really is unlike anything you'll see around Christmas time. The orchestrations are top-notch. You can see some video from last year here...It'd be great to have folks coming down from Indy. Dinner's on me if it wasn't worth the drive! VIDEOS: http://clearnotespectacular.com/
I get sick of Christmas music pretty early, usually about two weeks before Thanksgiving, when it's already playing in CVS (Corporate Vassals of Satan) stores. Sometime I'd like to walk into a crappy drugstore and hear a Scrooge-appropriate Christmas song, about Jesus or Santa Claus, by somebody who's having trouble believing the hype. Like this one by Biff Thuringer: https://soundcloud.com/biff-thuringer/please-jesus
Thanks, Tim. Bottemless Pit is playing next Friday (the 20th) in Chicago at Schuba's. I'm headed that way for sure.
Nelson Mandela was a terrorist, and as such, deserves no accolades.
Another book with propaganda images. OMG, birds covered in oil. How about
birds covered in volcanic ash or being sliced and diced by windmills.
We quiver with horror at the site of a mountain removal, but awe in majesty
at the Grand Canyon forged by water and ice. Yet they are the same landscape.
Is there a photo of the polar bear on that tinny ice float. You know the one in
the Gore comic book. Bear's swim around 150 to 200 miles in search of food
by swimming. Sounds like the book is another 'people is bad for the planet'
Don't attempt hi-gloss varnishes if your environment is dusty. The amount of particles in the varnish of his pieces ruined the overall affect for me. Mastery while painting is one thing, mastery of finishing up the work is another. The same could be said about Ragsdale's canvases, so much care on the front of the works but so little care put into the presentation and construction.
Art is not panhandling, and this distinction is the rallying cry for amending the prop. But neither group should be banned from public spaces. The panhandling activity is already regulated, so this is about banning people, not their behavior. This should be about rights, and not who gets to be there, based on their desirability. Making the distinction between the two groups, so that one may continue to have access and not the other, is offensive. Does anyone wonder if this was a calculated move? Specifically include street musicians in the Prop, so that THEY and their supporters do the dirty work of drawing the line of exclusion.
Excellent interview. I still regret not seeing the MagElecCo and Bottomless Pit show a few years back.
Thank you NUVO and thank you Rep. Andre Carson. Most gratitude here to Nelson Mandela, RIP.
i am a gay man and this church saved my life. i had not felt accepted in any other church before unity. the others always saw me as needing to be "saved" or changed and that there was something wrong with me. here i feel loved for who i am. i also love the music, which is more contemporary.
Anyone can still join and protest. You don't need to bring anything, signs will be provided. Please help us stand up for these animals.
Love that they are doing this. I have read and witnessed a few videos of the abuse that these animals have to endure on an every day basis.
Does Josie have a web page?
There's a small box to the right of the main article with the location. It is a tad difficult to see at first glance.
Thanks for checking us out! - Ed
Very cool. Well done song & vid.
Err, where's it located? An address would be nice.
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