Discussion in 'Free Speech Alley' started by Bayou Tiger, Jan 16, 2018.
Still, it bears looking into.
I genuinely want to know why he thinks that.
Nobody who isn't a pedophile scumbag would think it's OK to have kiddie porn on their computer.
I ordered a cheap plastic string winder to make it easier to turn the tuners when changing guitar strings. It cost $1.05. With no sales tax and free shipping. I got it today. There is a little sticker on the package that says:
PROP 65 WARNING
This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer or birth defects or other reproductive harm.
How many bad chemicals can they put in something that cost $1.05? And how can it cause cancer? I'm not going to eat it or smoke it. And if there is some way it causes reproductive harm I don't want to know what kind of kinky practices a person would have to do to harm themselves. Maybe @Bayou Tiger can tell us.
Don't you wish they all could be California?
"Board of Education President Aurora Villon said following Salcido’s comments the school board was flooded with thousands of emails, including those from veterans and relatives of military personnel around the world, deploring the remarks.
Villon said the El Rancho Unified School District reached a unanimous decision to fire Salcido.
In a statement Tuesday, Villon said, “His comments do not reflect what we stand for, who we are, the classroom should never be a place where students feel that they are picked at, bullied, intimidated.”
Following the outcry over the comments on the military in January, Salcido tried to clarify the remarks at a City Council meeting in February.
"I don't think it's all a revelation to anybody that those who aren't stellar students usually find the military a better option. ... That's not a criticism of anybody. Anything I said had nothing to do with their moral character," he said, LA Times reported."
What a douche nozzle. Still sticking to his meme that it's the stupid people who join the military. I'm pleasantly surprised that the BoE had the nuggets to fire his sorry ass.
Is It Now Against the Law in California to Shower and Do Laundry on the Same Day?
New water conservation legislation in California will mandate water districts and municipalities enact water conservation measures statewide starting in 2022.
The laws do not render it illegal for Californians to do laundry and take showers on the same day.
On 3 June 2018, multiple web sites falsely reported that it is now “against the law” for Californians to shower and do laundry on the same day,
The bills in question, Senate Bill 606 and Assembly Bill 1668, were indeed signed into law by Governor Brown on 31 May 2018 (and Brown has indeed reached his term limit as governor). Neither bill, however, carries language penalizing consumers for taking a shower and doing laundry on the same day. Instead, they outline conservation mandates for water districts and municipalities, and water agencies can be fined if they fail to meet conservation goals (but not until 2027)
gee, fake news,..
Former Fox News analyst says Fox has become 'destructive propaganda machine'
"For years, I was glad to be associated with Fox. It was a legitimate conservative and libertarian outlet, and a necessary one," he said Wednesday. "But with the rise of Donald Trump, Fox did become a destructive propaganda machine, and I don't do propaganda for anyone."
I delelted it before you posted this BUT there were restrictions passed recently. 55 gallons per day?!? And, depending on how big your tub is, it COULD prevent you from bathing and doing laundry depending on how many times you flush the commode. lmao.Check dat, bish.
Oh and keep that stank pussy in Cali. pewww weee
@lsutiga , where'd your FOX propaganda post go?
EDIT: never mind, kudos, deleted because you're fair minded
Really because I'm naive and believe what I read, too easily. Honest people expect others to be honest too.