Sometimes stupid loses

Discussion in 'Digital Cameras' started by Bowser, Mar 23, 2011.

  1. Bowser

    Bowser Guest

    Bowser, Mar 23, 2011
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    Schneider Guest

    OT, but ... It would be interesting to see how that bill would be upheld in
    the event that a public authority or investigator photographs a crop of
    marijuana as evidence. Or surveillance photos from satellites and planes
    for tax-assessors' use.

    I do believe they are now even more deeply painting themselves into their
    inevitable coffin of mental corners. As exactly what happens to any
    civilization near its eventual expiration date.

    Oooops...
     
    Schneider, Mar 23, 2011
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    Savageduck Guest

    the sheep, oranges and sugar plantations of Florida are open to attack
    by the hordes of camera wielding terrorists lurking just outside the
    fence. Perhaps readying themselves for a deadly drive-by photo-op.
    (This is all Obama's fault!)

    Maybe it is just the notorious, sinister, atheistic photo-anarchist
    based in Orlando, these terror stricken members of the Florida GOP need
    to concern themselves with.

    Now the corn and cattle of Iowa are in jeopardy.
     
    Savageduck, Mar 24, 2011
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  4. Bowser

    Bill Graham Guest

    Or, (as I like to put it) ushering everyone into a padded cell for their own
    good and the good of society, until they get ushered into one
    themselves......
     
    Bill Graham, Mar 24, 2011
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  5. Bowser

    Bill Graham Guest

    Are we really ready for the plant rights activist movement?
     
    Bill Graham, Mar 24, 2011
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    Mike Guest

    Mike, Mar 24, 2011
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    tony cooper Guest

    He's one of many moronic Florida legislators.
     
    tony cooper, Mar 24, 2011
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    charles Guest

    charles, Mar 24, 2011
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    Schneider Guest

    Or any other use for land imagery. Land-use assessment, habitat loss,
    deforestation, tracking invasive plant species, etc.

    Then again, the Florida government has never been too bright. They vowed
    that the Endangered Florida Panther is just that, "endangered". In order to
    remove people from their own lands in the panther's stomping grounds.
    (Which conveniently are also the location of large and old capped
    oil-wells.)

    The Florida Panther population was still dwindling rapidly. So they
    imported Texas Cougars/Mountain-Lions (all one in the same species) to
    strengthen the numbers of Endangered Florida Panthers. Since they are
    genetically identical anyway.

    Oooops.

    Thereby proving one or both of two things: 1) The "endangered" Florida
    Panther was not a separate species and had no right to that protection, and
    2) even if they were, the introduction of the Texas race will now destroy
    the "thought unique" genetic code of the Florida version forever.

    What do you expect when the majority of the voting population there is
    senile? And to think, they managed to get someone into the White House not
    long ago too.

    I think Florida should be removed from any further voting systems as long
    as the majority of their population has proven itself, repetitively, to be
    as senile and stupid as they are about all manner of subjects and concerns.
     
    Schneider, Mar 24, 2011
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  10. Bowser

    Schneider Guest

    Or any other use for land imagery. Land-use assessment, habitat loss,
    deforestation, tracking invasive plant species, etc.

    Then again, the Florida government has never been too bright. They vowed
    that the Endangered Florida Panther is just that, "endangered". In order to
    remove people from their own lands in the panther's stomping grounds.
    (Which conveniently are also the location of large and old capped
    oil-wells.)

    The Florida Panther population was still dwindling rapidly. So they
    imported Texas Cougars/Mountain-Lions (all one in the same species) to
    strengthen the numbers of Endangered Florida Panthers. Since they are
    genetically identical anyway.

    Oooops.

    Thereby proving one or both of two things: 1) The "endangered" Florida
    Panther was not a separate species and had no right to that protection, and
    2) even if they were, the introduction of the Texas race will now destroy
    the "thought unique" genetic code of the Florida version forever.

    What do you expect when the majority of the voting population there is
    senile? And to think, they managed to get someone into the White House not
    long ago too.

    (For our international readers: Florida is the main state in the USA where
    all retired people go to live out what's left of their life due to the
    climate. Arizona being another one though not as much. Senior-care states.)

    I think Florida should be removed from any further voting and law-making
    systems as long as the majority of their population has proven itself,
    repetitively, to be as senile and stupid as they are about all manner of
    subjects and concerns.
     
    Schneider, Mar 24, 2011
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    tony cooper Guest

    Referring to Floridians
    What? On the housekeeping staff? No native-born Floridian has ever
    resided in the White House. Harry Truman had the closest ties to
    Florida when he occupied the "Little White House" in Key West.

    Jeb Bush - a former Governor of Florida - may have spent a night or
    two in the White House, but he was born in Texas.
    The median age in Florida is 40.0. The median age in Minnesota is
    37.3.
     
    tony cooper, Mar 24, 2011
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    RichA Guest

    Start summarily hanging violent animal right's terrorists from lamp
    posts and the problem will go away.
     
    RichA, Mar 24, 2011
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    Schneider Guest


    I rest my case. This "intelligent" Floridian doesn't even know what
    president got into the White House because Floridians couldn't even poke
    holes in paper properly. Which then resulted in 911.

    Someone should go there and take all their scissors and chewing-gum away
    from them while they're at, just in case any Floridian attempts to walk or
    run while using either other item at the same time.
     
    Schneider, Mar 24, 2011
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  14. This coming from a guy who lives in a state that elected Al Franken to the
    US Senate?
     
    Pete Stavrakoglou, Mar 24, 2011
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    Schneider Guest

    They've finally learned from the voting policies of the rest of the states.
    "Why bother, the rest all just vote in bad comedians." All that's left is
    to send a message back of what they've seen all along from every other
    state.
     
    Schneider, Mar 24, 2011
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  16. Bowser

    Bowser Guest

    Could be worse. I'd take Franken any day of the year over John Kerry,
    one of our guys. Possibly the stupidest senator out there.
     
    Bowser, Mar 24, 2011
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    Bowser Guest

    How about hanging violent conservatives the same way? In fact, hang
    anyone who even thinks of breaking a law. Yeah. That's the ticket.
    Hammurabi's Code is only a suggestion!
     
    Bowser, Mar 24, 2011
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    Bowser Guest

    I'd suggest that yellow polypropolene crap we used for cable pulling way
    back when. It's cheap, and very abrasive. Sucked for cable pulling, so
    might as well use it to hang trolls.
     
    Bowser, Mar 24, 2011
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    George Kerby Guest

    You dumb ****. He was SELECTED, not elected.

    Ironic eh?

    Carry on, fool...
     
    George Kerby, Mar 24, 2011
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    Bill Graham Guest

    They will just start taking photographs of themselves as victoms of,
    "violent animal right's terrorist" mistreatment.
     
    Bill Graham, Mar 24, 2011
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