casaledana

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Did a quick google  "fiscal years 2011 through 2013, the military made 953 condolence payments totaling $2.7 million. $1.8 million of those were for deaths, and the average payment for a death was $3,426. Payments for injuries averaged $1,557". This is for Afghanistan only. You could talk about the amounts but as far as it goes we do make reimbursements for the loss of life and property. If you realy want you can look and see staits for the number of people we kill you will find it is a low number for the overall death rate from combat. So we do try to make it right and we do make a very real effort to not kill civilians at all and if the insurgents don't try to kill not only there own people but us to then maybe no one would get killed by our military remember we are not only there for our interests but for the best interest of them and the world in general.
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waldo863 Cost effective cost esmective it just looks cool.
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jclv This is bad editing not bad typing.
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So droll you just don't get the point of my statement because it does not fit your narrative. It is a simple example of what could easily be considered assault by the intimidating act of inciting violence by his actions. The waving of the finger in some ones face. Your obvious intention is to cause discomfort and possibly a retaliation where you could claim you did not touch the other person. Pure assault if I ever saw it.
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holygod  So all the people that are arrested and some prosecuted for making threatening phone calls and tweets with out ever carrying out the threat are not guilty of assault.
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daegog  You can only blame the government in this case in not having some kind of standard for these animals, and you can blame society because we let it go on unchecked  
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The fact that it is a political statement adds a lot to the inability to prosecute the statement. And it is free speech I don't think that the f word is disorderly conduct because of its wide usage now. And I seem to remember several cases being dismissed ware fuc& was the main reasoning for prosecution. The fact is this guy is just a pig he could be more civil and still make his case.
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Ya he's been on tv for a while now never watch it but see the listing, I always felt that Tammy Faye should have gone to jail too. It was sad to see her die of cancer no one should go through that. Glad to see that his new wife knows how to use makeup.
 
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Don't get to exited this is speeded up some. When I was a kid I lived just south of San Francisco in a little town called Sharp Park, it was  in a small valley over looking the Pacific  a few miles at the mouth and slowly going in land and rising as it went only a few miles then it just came to a point in the end. I lived about half way up the valley may be a couple hundred feet above sea level. The house had a 8x8 picture window facing the ocean we could sit in front of it and watch the fog come into the valley from the sea it would fill up like a cup slowly rising as it came in the the valley until we were under the fog it would get so thick that you could not see across the street, I loved it and would go out and walk in it like some old horror movie. One of my fondest memory's. And that's besides the fog horns going off, you could hear several going off along the coast.
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holygod  I'm sorry you never heard of verbal assault. You can get arrested for threatening some one with violence if it reaches a curtain level you can get a restraining order if a judge feels that   threats against you are viable.. And I have a very good definition of assault, maybe its you that doesn't. 
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This is and was an assault, you can try and justify it as just fun but its not he did it while she was asleep because he knew she would never let him do it if awake. This with the alleged kissing attempt is probably just the surface of his improper acts. People like this don't just do it once.
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holygod   This is a juvenile argument its like you are holding your finger two inches from some ones face and saying look I'm not touching  you, the fact is you are assaulting that person. He would never do this if she was awake because he knows it is wrong.
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Just a reminder "keep your hands to your self" there coming for you
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megrendel  again I agree
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punko I know for a fact that back in the olden days most prisons were self sufficient as the 60s and 70s came around a lot of the sufficiency was lost not as a cost saving but because may local businesses complained that they were not getting the opportunity to pedal there products to the prisons, the same thing happen to the prison industry's making brooms and small products a lot of the school desks and government furniture were made in the prisons the powers that be whether  republican or demarcate decided that this had to stop in order to give the out side venders more market share. Now they sit around and do nothing all day if your lucky and in a county jail or such you might get out on a chain gang cleaning parks or picking up trash on the side of the road.
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This is a thorny bush by any way you look at it. The splitting of tips is in no way new. Being single for most of my life I have spent a lot of time in restaurants and bars. Many have tip sharing systems from the bar tenders splitting all there tips and taking a small share from the wait staff. The same with the wait staff splitting tips and giving a share to the bar tenders, I have never heard of the sharing of tips with the people in the Kitchen but they do make at least minimum wage and some times quite a bit more (cooks and there helpers) and these polices were enforced by management so nothing new here really. So he is not really stopping any thing except the rule that stops employers from controlling wages (which had been going on for a long time) . I personally don't like the Idea of giving the Kitchen help tips from the front people it is just unfair in that they, like I said get paid at least minimum wage if they don't make enough the restaurant should pay them more (or there is the age old get another Job), on the other hand he is rising the life style of the back by improving there wage at the cause of the front workers. In no way does this "push the lowest down and concentrating wealth at the top", that is as long as management does not keep some of the tips. This concentrates the money where it belongs in the workers hands. Of course this can, and I say Can help improve service too as long as it works to improve front to back cooperation. I have heard the back complain that they should get a percentage of the tips on more then once. In last the pay out from one division to the next (waitress to bartender) is usually small a couple of %, but of course if you start having to share with several different sections of the restaurant it could add up to a untenable  percentage.
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I said this the first time this came up what was he to do? Jump up and call him out? Tell him to his face he's lying? No the best thing was to look in the eye and gage if he felt it was true or not, then tell him he believed him, now what does Putin do? now he can ether believe him and think Trumps a fool or now does he believe hes lying  , now he can't be sure whats the truth of what Trump believes. Looks like gamesmanship to me. I believe in the lingo its called politics. Please tell me what all you Trump haters would do? Remember that he has a lot more info then any of you will ever hope to have.
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Impressive to say the least, but feel like I wasted my life, hardly,  she is the exception  not the rule, if we could all do this it would mean nothing.
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scheckydamon  Never road a 44ft. looked at some pics just to see. Don't really know what a tuna boat requires but 44ft looks to busy what with the rear deck house I quess if you could remove it and make a flatter area it would be ok. I will say that as a hauler or to pull nets it would probably be perfect engines geared low for the pull but still able to get you out in good time.
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holygod  Really said nothing disparaging? Well what about all the tweets that tried to make a point of Trump, some how making a fool of him self by dumping the food all at once when it was plain that the Prime Minister did it first. If that's not disparaging what is?
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scheckydamon As and old Coast Guard 41 boat crewman I know that these onlookers may have let this man die because not one tried to help. Its obvious that the water is shallow, probably chest high, and a small plane like this can almost be lifted by two or three people, I have helped lift a plane about the same size with out an engine with two people. with the number of people that were there a real effort could have been made to help get him out even if it was to just lift the plane up enough to get the man out.  They should have at least made some kind of effort. No dis respect to you scheckydamon but you airdails should stick to you planes and let the real sailors take care of the rescue. I'v been basket droped on to a sinking boat several times and I know you can not have any Idea what it is all about unless you are on the deck.
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Loved the commercial hate skittles.
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Baby got back.
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I'm not eating a ghost pepper I'm sorry ya'll are going to die.