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WTF ...200



http://www.military.com/daily-news/2013/10/07/new-air-force-planes-go-directly-to-boneyard.html

Even if the numbers are fuzzy, frankly speaking the sheer magnitude of waste is staggering given the reluctance of lawmakers to consider the poor and starving in their own country.

WTF ...199



NO SHIT ...72

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Huddle of the Self Righteous Pricks ...

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How Is Marijuana Legalization Going? The Price Of Pot Peace Looks Like A Bargain.

In 2012 John Larson, a retired high school math and science teacher, voted against I-502, the initiative that legalized marijuana in Washington. Yet this week Larson was one of the first government-licensed marijuana merchants to open a store in that state: Main Street Marijuana in Vancouver. “If people were dumb enough to vote it in, I’m all for it,” he told The New York Times. “There’s a demand, and I have a product.”

Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper also seems to have had a change of heart about marijuana. The former brewer, who opposed Amendment 64, his state’s legalization initiative, is not about to become a budtender. But in a recent interview with Reuters, Hickenlooper conceded that the consequences of letting people grow, sell, and consume pot without risking arrest have not been as bad as he feared.

“It seems like the people that were smoking before are mainly the people that are smoking now,” Hickenlooper said as Colorado marked six months of legal recreational sales last week. “If that’s the case, what that means is that we’re not going to have more drugged driving, or driving while high. We’re not going to have some of those problems. But we are going to have a system where we’re actually regulating and taxing something, and keeping that money in the state of Colorado…and we’re not supporting a corrupt system of gangsters.”

http://www.forbes.com/sites/jacobsullum/2014/07/10/how-is-marijuana-legalization-going-so-far-the-price-of-pot-peace-looks-like-a-bargain/

Life is not easy peasy when you are poor ...




http://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2015/04/being-rich-means-having-money-to-spend-on-being-richer/389871/

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http://www.reuters.com/article/2015/04/02/us-iran-nuclear-idUSKBN0MQ0HH20150402
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