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Originally posted by tiso_us
How about this, get a dump truck full of cigarette butts and dump it in front of congress and call it 'Recycling'.
Originally posted by TheAmused
reply to post by Doom and Gloom
They charge the s@@T out of for air man.
I went to the hospital with my mother inlaw she had a asthma attack.
She got her bill int he mail weeks later.
She got charged 350 dollar's for the air they put in her nose lol
High priced air man,..it was super medicine air.
Originally posted by ThichHeaded
You cry, whine, and complain, but in the end you are still bent over and talking it like the docile little b***h's you are.
Like someone said, I wonder how our forfathers would be thinking right about now.. I bet they would be thinking along these lines here.
These people would give a crap more about some American Idol than getting taxed out the wazoo for everything they enjoy doing. We should have let the central banks rape us back in the day and just made it the way it is today. All the blood and tears we shed for this country to be founded is just a waste of our time. WTF is wrong wit the people of the 21st century? Ya thats right a bunch of lazy useless good for nothing sheep they are.
Sucks to be us.
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