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(RealClearPolitics)   Californians are undereducated, unemployed, homeless and violent. Also, their sidewalks stink   (realclearpolitics.com ) divider line
    More: Obvious, Californians, grocers, reusable bags, WIC, sidewalks, homeless, Environmental Quality, unemployment  
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2219 clicks; posted to Politics » on 22 Apr 2013 at 12:26 PM (3 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»



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2013-04-22 11:35:14 AM  
4 votes:
subby, you misspelled Mississippi.
2013-04-22 12:40:52 PM  
2 votes:
But in this state, if there's one group Sacramento can push around, it's not people who make the streets unseemly, and it's not the menaces to society; it's hardworking taxpayers who buy things. They are the softest target.

This!  I wish I was homeless.  They get all the breaks.
2013-04-22 03:30:02 PM  
1 vote:

skozlaw: I always get confused.... are these people rugged, boostrappy individualists who don't need no nanny state because they can take care of themselves.... or mincing pansies who think it's virtually the end times because they can't get hold of some plastic grocery bags and incandescent light bulbs?


Schrodinger's coward.
2013-04-22 02:29:07 PM  
1 vote:

Soup4Bonnie: They've gotten rid of plastic bags here in Seattle a while ago.  Nobody has died yet.


Have you tried suffocating a baby with a paper bag? Completely useless.
2013-04-22 02:12:11 PM  
1 vote:
FTFA: No worries. SB 405 would require reusable bags to include cleaning care instructions. Because people always read the many warnings and instructions mandated by state law -- yes, that was sarcasm -- the Padilla warning just might reduce the number of consumers who don't wash their bags so that -- what? -- maybe only 96 percent of consumers will be at risk of getting sick from their unwashed reused bags.

I have the same problem with wearing clothes. Big daddy government says "Oh no, taxpayer, you have to be clothed if you want to walk these streets," but what is he doing for me on this washing situation? Maybe only 96 percent of people wearing clothes will be at risk of getting sick from their unwashed reused clothes.

Or you could just throw the reusable bags in when you wash your supply of bootstraps.
2013-04-22 01:33:06 PM  
1 vote:

GWSuperfan: We're talking about plastic


4.bp.blogspot.com

Plastic!
2013-04-22 01:12:54 PM  
1 vote:

Incog_Neeto: Every time I go to visit my family in California the fact that I can't just buy something and put it in a farking bag is goddamn annoying as piss.


You should just stop.  It's upsetting to you and your family never loved you anyway.
2013-04-22 01:06:15 PM  
1 vote:
Farking Subby is a liar, there are no sidewalks in CA. They take the car from one side of the parking lot to the other, like real Americans.
2013-04-22 12:37:44 PM  
1 vote:
She should be more worried about when her Preparation H becomes contaminated from a soiled reusable shopping bag.
2013-04-22 12:36:33 PM  
1 vote:

Soup4Bonnie: They've gotten rid of plastic bags here in Seattle a while ago.  Nobody has died yet.


It's been a catastrophe. I haven't been able to change the kitty litter for months, because I have nothing to put it in.
2013-04-22 12:29:38 PM  
1 vote:
After reading this derp the author sounds like she'd make homeless into reusable bags.
2013-04-22 11:47:14 AM  
1 vote:

sigdiamond2000: When making laws, California's lawmakers often ignore the most abiding of all laws, the law of unintended consequences. But in this state, if there's one group Sacramento can push around, it's not people who make the streets unseemly, and it's not the menaces to society; it's hardworking taxpayers who buy things. They are the softest target.

We're talking about f*cking bags here, right?


They'll flip their shiat when they realize how much extra they're paying for bottle deposits.
2013-04-22 11:26:26 AM  
1 vote:
When making laws, California's lawmakers often ignore the most abiding of all laws, the law of unintended consequences. But in this state, if there's one group Sacramento can push around, it's not people who make the streets unseemly, and it's not the menaces to society; it's hardworking taxpayers who buy things. They are the softest target.

We're talking about f*cking bags here, right?
 
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