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i hear 40% is the new 30%

point to the doll where the tw touched you
 
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Captain Tele, you have a dangerously low level of white guilt.
 
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i am a sore winner too



where my country gone
 
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i hear 40% is the new 30%

Or 60%
 
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maybe we should explain to you that this isn't golf

larger % numbers don't help your argument
 
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58 is closer to 60 than it is to 40 but hopefully one day you'll understand.
 
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58 is closer to 60 than it is to 40 but hopefully one day you'll understand.


i think i found your problem
 
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Makes sense. I'm white and you're wrong.
 
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no u r not
 
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sometimes i forget mitch isn't legally allowed to post here
 
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i am a sore winner too



where my country gone
What did they do to Massachusetts shoreline
 
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This isn't about the plexiglas u know.

They can keep their plexiglas, if they do they can't keep selling shots of booze.

Not sure about the single cigarettes though
 
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What did they do to Massachusetts shoreline
not sure what they did to MA

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Imagine continuing to vote for a system that is actively replacing you, acquits foreigners who kill you, teaches your children they are innately evil, gives your taxes to welfare parasites, takes away more of your freedom every day, and makes you a social pariah if you object.
but can see what they did to the rest of my country







the rest they are very proud of in fact
 
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Not sure about the single cigarettes though

How prison currency works is a vital part of inner city fundamentals . Are you anti education?
 
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This isn't about the plexiglas u know.

They can keep their plexiglas, if they do they can't keep selling shots of booze.

Not sure about the single cigarettes though
killing blacks is only ok if they try to cheat their sales tax burden

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ylct7uSsIdI

like this guy

it is only the ones who rob stores, steal, or assault people they riot over
 
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Captain Tele, you have a dangerously low level of white guilt.
just found this one

i want do over

i like this response best

 
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this thread was just getting good

where everyone go

where the cops go?

Anarchists vandalize Philadelphia police station
 
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Earlier this month, Councilwoman Cindy Bass introduced a bill to better regulate the hundreds of “stop and go” convenience stores that operate predominantly in Philadelphia’s low-income neighborhoods. Among its stipulations, the controversial measure would prohibit any physical barrier that separates cashiers from customers at these so-called “nuisance” establishments – including protective bulletproof glass.

According to Bass, these storefronts take advantage of the city’s lax restaurant liquor license provision while contributing to a variety of quality-of-life issues in low-income communities. Content to rely solely on the sale of cigarettes and alcohol, along with a bag of Doritos or two, many of these business owners don’t even sell the food that they advertise.

“Nuisance establishments like stop-and-gos harm neighborhoods throughout Philadelphia in several ways,” Bass tells Philly Mag. “First, they contribute to increased crime. On any given day, you can find people in front of these businesses selling ‘loosies,’ or loose cigarettes, and engaging in other nuisance behaviors like loitering, public drunkenness, possible drug sales, and even public urination.”

Much like check-cashing establishments and lenders that charge exorbitant interest rates, Bass says, stop-and-go convenience stores target Philly’s most vulnerable – especially in her 8th District, where you can find more of these establishments than public schools. “Kids can buy candy, soda, and snacks while adults buy liquor by the shot, black-and-milds, and other adult products,” Bass explains. “Children aren’t allowed in bars, so why should they be allowed in establishments that operate in this manner?”

To be sure, Bass is not calling for a total ban on all convenience stores across Philadelphia. “We need them to operate in ways that contribute positively to the neighbors, community, and our city,” she says. “We must also separate what a convenience store is and does versus what a restaurant is and does.” To do so, Bass’s bill would separate businesses seeking restaurant liquor licenses into two distinct categories with different requirements.

“My law creates licensing categories for small establishments and large establishments. Business owners applying for the large establishment license may sell alcohol and must also provide tables and seating for at least 30 patrons. Under my bill they must prove ‘regular and customary’ preparation and sale of food, have a publicly accessible restroom that patrons may access without going through a food preparation area, and may not contain any barrier between the food server and the customer, as is done in a restaurant.”

Businesses that are deemed large establishments may continue to operate as a convenience store, just without bulletproof glass and the ability to sell booze past 2 a.m. Since the bill’s introduction, a legion of storefront owners has come forward to criticize its potential conditions, claiming that their employees will be less safe as a result. Bass dismisses this notion, pointing as evidence to the large number of bars and other after-hours businesses that operate in rough neighborhoods without a protective barrier.

“I take concerns about the safety of all residents very, very seriously,” says Bass. “As I’ve said, my office is open to working with businesses to help address any safety concerns business owners and employees have. … As a result of these strengthened provisions, my bill aims to help ensure that businesses who apply for licenses as restaurants are actually operating as the spirit of the law intends. It will help increase quality businesses for residents and communities, and it will help fortify the reputation of businesses in our communities who are already operating in compliance with our state and city laws.”
tldr dumb ******s philly is how far away from Baltimore maybe she should go back to where she came from
 
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the city***8217;s lax restaurant liquor license provision
It's a simple enforcement issue. ****ing moronic city government.
 
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Plexiglass hurts my feelings. :'(
 
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