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 on: Today at 03:47:32 PM 
Started by Ben - Last post by Ben
More environmentalism from the Standing Rock protestors. These are the same idiots that push their local lawmakers to force people to get permits to use their fireplaces.

http://twitchy.com/dougp-3137/2017/02/22/hot-mess-carbon-footprint-from-the-standing-rock-protest-just-got-a-lot-bigger-photos-video/

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 on: Today at 03:11:04 PM 
Started by Ben - Last post by Blakenzy
Well of course... Whiteboards  rolleyes


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 on: Today at 03:07:22 PM 
Started by Ben - Last post by Ben
This was a new one on me. If I understand the article, though it is not likely, the gov can "borrow" money from the G Fund. If it's anything like "borrowing" from Social Security, this worries me a bit. I'm only 10% G fund at the moment, but I always looked at that fund as the fallback emergency fund, where I would keep money with no fear of losing it.

I was actually thinking of pulling some dough out of C and S because of how well they've done in the last few months and storing it in G until the next really big market dip. Now I'm thinking of maybe putting more of it into the Lifecycle income fund or the F fund (even though the bonds may lose short term value, "F" has been pretty good in the ten year average).

http://federalnewsradio.com/commentary/2017/02/really-tsp-account/

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 on: Today at 03:05:12 PM 
Started by Mike Irwin - Last post by Blakenzy

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 on: Today at 02:52:53 PM 
Started by Mike Irwin - Last post by Ben
Going up in these parts. $2.59 at the home AO. I'm in Santa Barbara today, and I just filled up for $3.09.

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 on: Today at 02:10:50 PM 
Started by Hawkmoon - Last post by Jim147
 Face Palm!

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 on: Today at 01:59:31 PM 
Started by Hawkmoon - Last post by KD5NRH
The other thing you're either forgetting or choosing to overlook is that ALL the states' self defense/lethal force laws are based on the victim's (meaning the person who engaged in the self defense act) perception of the risk of death or grievous bodily injury. In other words, you don't really have to be in danger (that punk trying to stick you up doesn't have a real gun, it's an unloaded airsoft replica), you only have to reasonably believe that you're in danger ("It looked like a real gun when he pointed it at me, your Honor").

There you go; reasonable belief.  You're not going to have such an easy time in court if it was a clear squirt gun, and your argument is that it might have been filled with poison.  That's about as sensible as going Dirty Harry on kids tossing rocks from a distance.

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 on: Today at 01:49:15 PM 
Started by Hawkmoon - Last post by Hawkmoon
What part of "substantial risk" are you not getting?

Where are you getting the words "substantial risk" from? We have 50 states, and then we have federal law. I don't claim to have read the self defense laws of even half the states, but I have read a number of them and I have not yet encountered the words "substantial risk." The usual language is something along the lines of "in danger of suffering death or grievous bodily injury."

The other thing you're either forgetting or choosing to overlook is that ALL the states' self defense/lethal force laws are based on the victim's (meaning the person who engaged in the self defense act) perception of the risk of death or grievous bodily injury. In other words, you don't really have to be in danger (that punk trying to stick you up doesn't have a real gun, it's an unloaded airsoft replica), you only have to reasonably believe that you're in danger ("It looked like a real gun when he pointed it at me, your Honor").

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 on: Today at 01:40:47 PM 
Started by RevDisk - Last post by Hawkmoon
I hope he's enjoying his 72 Virginians.

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 on: Today at 01:34:21 PM 
Started by Mike Irwin - Last post by KD5NRH
Prices have been bouncing around like crazy.   One day the BP I go past is $2.39, the next day it's $2.25.   It's like playing a roulette wheel, when it's time to buy gas.

Then I go past the Shell station about a half mile, in the same town and the their prices are the exact opposite.

Just up the road in Comanche, there's a Mobil two blocks from a Valero, and the Valero never fails to be at least ten cents cheaper.  At this point, I'm thinking the Mobil must be a front for something, because nobody buys anything from it but they're still paying to have someone at the counter anyway.

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