Oaktree, these days you've got to go where the cameras are.
Robert, you would have been no fun at all at Stonewall.
Sick, to death, of all of them, especially Allan Wade. Self-righteous blowhards! Yeah... let's pull the upteen millions allotted to the Zoo chumps! They filed the first lawsuit against the City and the City Council! AND ... THEY VIOLATED THE SUNSHINE LAW, with their March 1, 2016 shenanigans! They think their seats are safe on election day... think again! The citizens won't forget.
It's their fault... they were repeatedly told they needed a permit. They should be grateful the police (and my taxes) accommodated them at all.
It's their fault... they were repeatedly told they needed a permit. They should be grateful the police accommodated them at all.
The level of ignorance, intolerance, and outright lies by the opponents of this law is astounding.
Waiting for Greencork to reappear. Any news on that?
Technically, Sauron was The Necromancer in The Hobbit. If it's still on next Sunday, go see Florence Foster Jenkins and save rewatching The Hobbit for another day. I haven't laughed so much in a movie theater in years.
dat puts the high in holy days.
It was a good call for him to bite the bucket and let sleeping horses lie and also to stop beating dead dogs.
Anybody who promotes drugs is being disobedient to God’s law and drugs [are] definitely a demon. — Joe Brown
In other thumper news today:
"You have six days each week for your ordinary work, but the seventh day is a Sabbath day of complete rest, an official day for holy assembly. It is the LORD's Sabbath day, and it must be observed wherever you live." --God or Leviticus 23:3
“A man or a woman who is a medium or a necromancer shall surely be put to death. They shall be stoned with stones; their blood shall be upon them.” --God or Leviticus 20:27
Joe, you better get crackin' on some other ordinances to get that full theocracy thing going.
Me next Sunday: I'm heading shopping for new some wool blend socks, then out for some bbq pork takeout, and then home to crack open a beer and finally watch my favorite necromancer Gandalf in the Hobbit....again. I sure hope some friends bring over some special demon cookies.
Jason, That's got to be a nightly statistic.
Boyd tried to marginalize park supporters, and now he's bullying them. Shameful, really.
The Memphis Chamber of Commerce was the largest financial backer of Mr. Boyd's campaign. He acts with platitudes - such as naming a street for Dr. ML King while toting the agenda of his white, rich, Republican financiers. He opposes citizen engagement because the ossified oligarchy that runs Memphis prefers to operate in the dark.
I assume this is a transitional measure before legalization and taxation and civilization
Jeff, 113 calls a month for alcohol related problems said MFD
Boyd can't stand the sunshine. More to come. And he should be way more concerned how the Zoo spends the taxpayers' money and refuses to open their books, their 10- and 25-year plans, and their operations to the public. Oh, and I seem to remember that another contract-holder of the City sued the City of Memphis and the City Council, too....the Memphis Zoo. Why not pull their funding, Mr. Boyd?
If this passes, how long until the "$50 is too high of a fine" slogan gets thrown around? Boyd will be back saying his constituents can't afford to pay the fines. But all in all, I'm on the fence on this. Yes, drug dealers will feel more emboldened to sell weed. They will package it into joints, blunts, or small baggies and never carry more than the 1/2 ounce. When they sell that, they will return to their "home base" and restock. Yet it is still illegal. Police will still confiscate your weed, test it and tag it at the evidence room, give you a ticket (if you have valid ID, no valid ID then you get arrested). Funny how people will rush to get valid ID if this passes but can't seem to do it to vote in elections? Head scratcher there.... If these folks don't pay their fines then what happens? Can they be issued warrants for their arrests for not paying a fine?
We're looking at how to do that, Jeff. The trick is that unless we got Mississippi and Arkansas to adopt the same laws, the hypothetical Nestle would just locate there and still take our water.
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