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(Chicago Business)   Hey dude far out, but ya know 100 bucks can buy a lot of burritos   (chicagobusiness.com) divider line 33
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2014-04-18 03:46:34 PM
Enough sustenance for a Dr Who marathon??
 
2014-04-18 04:12:13 PM

strangeguitar: Enough sustenance for a Dr Who marathon??


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"In episode 3F12, Bart the Fink, the so-called 'Comic Book Guy' clearly buys one hundred tacos for the Dr Who marathon, NOT one hundred burritos."
 
2014-04-18 04:35:15 PM

Sgt Otter: strangeguitar: Enough sustenance for a Dr Who marathon??

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"In episode 3F12, Bart the Fink, the so-called 'Comic Book Guy' clearly buys one hundred tacos for the Dr Who marathon, NOT one hundred burritos."


This is obviously not a Good Friday for me..........
 
2014-04-18 05:20:59 PM

Sgt Otter: strangeguitar: Enough sustenance for a Dr Who marathon??

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"In episode 3F12, Bart the Fink, the so-called 'Comic Book Guy' clearly buys one hundred tacos for the Dr Who marathon, NOT one hundred burritos."


A wizard did it.
 
2014-04-18 05:31:40 PM
Requiring businesses interested in growing marijuana to have $500,000 on hand

Why not just make them hang a big sign on the front door that says "ROB ME"?
 
2014-04-18 05:38:02 PM
You had to give up your right to own a gun for a medical card?  Who thought that would fly?

Oh, Chicago.
 
2014-04-18 05:38:43 PM
Curious about the firearm rule.  There are many prescription drugs available that severely impact your coordination or decision making skills.  Did people prescribed those drugs need to forfeit their permits?  Genuinely curious.
 
2014-04-18 05:44:19 PM

MattStafford: Curious about the firearm rule.  There are many prescription drugs available that severely impact your coordination or decision making skills.  Did people prescribed those drugs need to forfeit their permits?  Genuinely curious.


Of course not, besides, wouldn't we want gun owners on weed?
 
2014-04-18 05:48:09 PM
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How about, fark off.
 
2014-04-18 05:48:56 PM

Sgt Otter: strangeguitar: Enough sustenance for a Dr Who marathon??

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"In episode 3F12, Bart the Fink, the so-called 'Comic Book Guy' clearly buys one hundred tacos for the Dr Who marathon, NOT one hundred burritos."


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2014-04-18 05:56:13 PM
100 bucks? Guess they'll be granting as many cards as they can.
 
2014-04-18 06:06:24 PM

CruJones: You had to give up your right to own a gun for a medical card?  Who thought that would fly?

Oh, Chicago.


You have to give up almost all your rights to get a drivers license so how is this different?
 
2014-04-18 06:18:27 PM

Warlordtrooper: CruJones: You had to give up your right to own a gun for a medical card?  Who thought that would fly?

Oh, Chicago.

You have to give up almost all your rights to get a drivers license so how is this different?


Driving is not a right.
 
2014-04-18 06:45:48 PM
Boy, I sure could go for 100 tacos right about now.
 
2014-04-18 06:46:39 PM

UsikFark: Warlordtrooper: CruJones: You had to give up your right to own a gun for a medical card?  Who thought that would fly?

Oh, Chicago.

You have to give up almost all your rights to get a drivers license so how is this different?

Driving is not a right.


That's not what he said, do try to keep up.
 
2014-04-18 06:47:26 PM
It's pretty restrictive trying to get a green card in IL. It seemed to me like you had to be terminally ill in order to get one.

/and if you want to grow, all the fees and permits will set you back $2 million
//protecting the wealthy's turf
 
2014-04-18 06:47:59 PM

Warlordtrooper: CruJones: You had to give up your right to own a gun for a medical card?  Who thought that would fly?

Oh, Chicago.

You have to give up almost all your rights to get a drivers license so how is this different?


Which ones?

Did you mean to say, you give up some rights (if following driving rules and not drinking is a right) while driving? Because that is a hell of a lot different than what you said.

Please explain.
 
2014-04-18 06:55:52 PM

moike: UsikFark: Warlordtrooper: CruJones: You had to give up your right to own a gun for a medical card?  Who thought that would fly?

Oh, Chicago.

You have to give up almost all your rights to get a drivers license so how is this different?

Driving is not a right.

That's not what he said, do try to keep up.


Fill us in.

What 'almost all' of my rights did I give up when I got a license?

A list would be nice.
 
2014-04-18 07:04:07 PM

moike: UsikFark: Warlordtrooper: CruJones: You had to give up your right to own a gun for a medical card?  Who thought that would fly?

Oh, Chicago.

You have to give up almost all your rights to get a drivers license so how is this different?

Driving is not a right.

That's not what he said, do try to keep up.


Yeah, but what did I say? A driver's license is a government document, a car is heavy equipment, roads are publicly maintained, and driving is serious business, but this guy is acting like implied consent is Uncle Sam's boot up his ass.
 
2014-04-18 07:06:00 PM

Smackledorfer: moike: UsikFark: Warlordtrooper: CruJones: You had to give up your right to own a gun for a medical card?  Who thought that would fly?

Oh, Chicago.

You have to give up almost all your rights to get a drivers license so how is this different?

Driving is not a right.

That's not what he said, do try to keep up.

Fill us in.

What 'almost all' of my rights did I give up when I got a license?

A list would be nice.


He said, and I quote... "You have to give up almost all your rights to get a drivers license so how is this different? "

You said, and I quote... "Driving is not a right."

Point out the part on the doll where he stated driving was a right...

Otherwise go be stupid somewhere else.
 
2014-04-18 07:14:05 PM

moike: Smackledorfer: moike: UsikFark: Warlordtrooper: CruJones: You had to give up your right to own a gun for a medical card?  Who thought that would fly?

Oh, Chicago.

You have to give up almost all your rights to get a drivers license so how is this different?

Driving is not a right.

That's not what he said, do try to keep up.

Fill us in.

What 'almost all' of my rights did I give up when I got a license?

A list would be nice.

He said, and I quote... "You have to give up almost all your rights to get a drivers license so how is this different? "

You said, and I quote... "Driving is not a right."

Point out the part on the doll where he stated driving was a right...

Otherwise go be stupid somewhere else.


Wrong poster.

Go be stupid somewhere else. :)
 
2014-04-18 07:16:15 PM
$500k pretty much keeps the mom and pop stores out of it.
 
2014-04-18 07:26:33 PM
I wish my 2nd amendment rights were that inexpensive.

Unfortunately the precedent  has already been set for rights which some people don't like.  Northern states have such poll tax type political roadblocks down to an art -

 "Oh sure, sure....we'll make it legal.  *chuckle*.  Just take this 12 week course, then get yourself fingerprinted and background checked, then pay this huge (non-refundable regardless of the outcome) filing fee, then file reams of documentation and paperwork, after which you might hear back from us within the next few years on your eligibility.  If you do hear back, you will still need to pay the actual licensing fee which may require another mortgage on your house and another few years to process.  See? completely legal for anyone! Lol.   BTW - your name andaddress will be published as someone who owns and uses ___________ in the privacy of your home."

They came for the rights didn't like, and I said nothing...
 
2014-04-18 07:35:26 PM

ThrobblefootSpectre: I wish my 2nd amendment rights were that inexpensive.

Unfortunately the precedent  has already been set for rights which some people don't like.  Northern states have such poll tax type political roadblocks down to an art -

 "Oh sure, sure....we'll make it legal.  *chuckle*.  Just take this 12 week course, then get yourself fingerprinted and background checked, then pay this huge (non-refundable regardless of the outcome) filing fee, then file reams of documentation and paperwork, after which you might hear back from us within the next few years on your eligibility.  If you do hear back, you will still need to pay the actual licensing fee which may require another mortgage on your house and another few years to process.  See? completely legal for anyone! Lol.   BTW - your name andaddress will be published as someone who owns and uses ___________ in the privacy of your home."

They came for the rights didn't like, and I said nothing...


Which northern state does this? Or are you just setting hyperbole to overdrive?

What is the importance of north and south in this context?
 
2014-04-18 07:39:12 PM
$100? Oooooh, but I wanted a burrito!
 
2014-04-18 08:17:43 PM

Smackledorfer: Warlordtrooper: CruJones: You had to give up your right to own a gun for a medical card?  Who thought that would fly?

Oh, Chicago.

You have to give up almost all your rights to get a drivers license so how is this different?

Which ones?

Did you mean to say, you give up some rights (if following driving rules and not drinking is a right) while driving? Because that is a hell of a lot different than what you said.

Please explain.


You give up your 4th amendment rights against warentless searches, your fifth amendment rights against self incrimination and the right to not testify against yourself.  For starters.
 
2014-04-18 08:27:16 PM

Smackledorfer: Please explain.


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/I am not programmed to respond in that area
 
2014-04-18 08:30:31 PM

Warlordtrooper: Smackledorfer: Warlordtrooper: CruJones: You had to give up your right to own a gun for a medical card?  Who thought that would fly?

Oh, Chicago.

You have to give up almost all your rights to get a drivers license so how is this different?

Which ones?

Did you mean to say, you give up some rights (if following driving rules and not drinking is a right) while driving? Because that is a hell of a lot different than what you said.

Please explain.

You give up your 4th amendment rights against warentless searches, your fifth amendment rights against self incrimination and the right to not testify against yourself.  For starters.


You mean while driving, not 'to get a license, and I presume by 4th amendment rights you mean you view what, all stops with reasonable suspicion as violations of the 4th?

Self-incrimination is the breathalyzer? Because you can still refuse that.


That being said, let us keep going. You said 'almost all your rights' so I expect a much longer list than that. Please do be specific too so we can stop having to play guessing games.
 
2014-04-18 09:21:34 PM

WeenerGord: Smackledorfer: Please explain.

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/I am not programmed to respond in that area


a57.foxnews.com

I'm sorry, that's not a hair question.
 
2014-04-18 10:22:03 PM

Smackledorfer: Warlordtrooper: Smackledorfer: Warlordtrooper: CruJones: You had to give up your right to own a gun for a medical card?  Who thought that would fly?

Oh, Chicago.

You have to give up almost all your rights to get a drivers license so how is this different?

Which ones?

Did you mean to say, you give up some rights (if following driving rules and not drinking is a right) while driving? Because that is a hell of a lot different than what you said.

Please explain.

You give up your 4th amendment rights against warentless searches, your fifth amendment rights against self incrimination and the right to not testify against yourself.  For starters.

You mean while driving, not 'to get a license, and I presume by 4th amendment rights you mean you view what, all stops with reasonable suspicion as violations of the 4th?

Self-incrimination is the breathalyzer? Because you can still refuse that.


That being said, let us keep going. You said 'almost all your rights' so I expect a much longer list than that. Please do be specific too so we can stop having to play guessing games.


Refusal to take a breathalyzer is itself a crime you can be convicted of.  Please do tell us how that is somehow NOT a violation of the fifth amendment.
 
2014-04-18 10:31:10 PM

Warlordtrooper: Smackledorfer: Warlordtrooper: Smackledorfer: Warlordtrooper: CruJones: You had to give up your right to own a gun for a medical card?  Who thought that would fly?

Oh, Chicago.

You have to give up almost all your rights to get a drivers license so how is this different?

Which ones?

Did you mean to say, you give up some rights (if following driving rules and not drinking is a right) while driving? Because that is a hell of a lot different than what you said.

Please explain.

You give up your 4th amendment rights against warentless searches, your fifth amendment rights against self incrimination and the right to not testify against yourself.  For starters.

You mean while driving, not 'to get a license, and I presume by 4th amendment rights you mean you view what, all stops with reasonable suspicion as violations of the 4th?

Self-incrimination is the breathalyzer? Because you can still refuse that.


That being said, let us keep going. You said 'almost all your rights' so I expect a much longer list than that. Please do be specific too so we can stop having to play guessing games.

Refusal to take a breathalyzer is itself a crime you can be convicted of.  Please do tell us how that is somehow NOT a violation of the fifth amendment.


I thought the penalty for not blowing was a civil one?

If it is, it is no different than the way I lost my 2nd amendment rights at jury duty. Is giving my fingerprints without a struggle (w/o a warrant/conviction of course) a violation of my fifth amendment rights?

You have come a long way from your starting point though. Giving up almost all our rights to get a driver's license turned into 'in one way,in a specific situation, with reasonable suspicion, you may be losing some ground in one area of the fifth'.

I wonder if you are even cognizant of how absurdly retarded your initial statement was. But then I guess 'waaaah I don't get to drive drunk' wouldn't have gotten you much attention.
 
2014-04-19 03:43:16 AM

Warlordtrooper: Smackledorfer: Warlordtrooper: Smackledorfer: Warlordtrooper: CruJones: You had to give up your right to own a gun for a medical card?  Who thought that would fly?

Oh, Chicago.

You have to give up almost all your rights to get a drivers license so how is this different?

Which ones?

Did you mean to say, you give up some rights (if following driving rules and not drinking is a right) while driving? Because that is a hell of a lot different than what you said.

Please explain.

You give up your 4th amendment rights against warentless searches, your fifth amendment rights against self incrimination and the right to not testify against yourself.  For starters.

You mean while driving, not 'to get a license, and I presume by 4th amendment rights you mean you view what, all stops with reasonable suspicion as violations of the 4th?

Self-incrimination is the breathalyzer? Because you can still refuse that.


That being said, let us keep going. You said 'almost all your rights' so I expect a much longer list than that. Please do be specific too so we can stop having to play guessing games.

Refusal to take a breathalyzer is itself a crime you can be convicted of.  Please do tell us how that is somehow NOT a violation of the fifth amendment.


No, in most states I have been licensed to drive in, refusal to take a breathalyzer is grounds for license suspension or revocation (depending on the state and/or what year it was). It may be grounds for the police to request a blood test--which can also be refused unless you have caused or been involved in a motor vehicle accident as the driver (again, depending on the state and the nature of the stop, though this may have changed in some states. Anyone with a brain would consult a layer, which I am not).

Regardless, driving is not a right, but a privilege. Because it is a privilege and not a right, it can be removed at any time, for any reason. And yes, suspicion of intoxication is a valid reason. Most states actually have laws on the books barring you from driving while under the influence of antihistamines, and in some states/jurisdictions (Travis County, Texas, I'm looking at you), people have been charged with DUI for driving while under the influence of allergy and cold medicines. Not only is this perfectly legitimate, it's for the safety of the driver and everyone else in the vicinity of that 2000-or-more-pound metallic object full of flammable fluids hurtling down the road (or sidewalk, or through people's yards... take your pick, really) at speeds that are over ten times as fast as the average human can walk in an hour.
 
2014-04-19 01:45:56 PM

Aigoo: Anyone with a brain would consult a layer, which I am not).


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Haha no offense actually I agree with you, but too good to pass up
 
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