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  1. Kaz

    Blasts over Binghamton

    Is this something new or has it always been the case? I thought sparklers were the only thing allowed.
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    Blasts over Binghamton

    That's what the residents and officials in various communities in PA were complaining about. Some municipalities are now looking to make them illegal. Can't find the story from Scranton, but here's one from Wilkes-Barre: https://www.wnep.com/article/news/local/luzerne-county/new-ordinance-could-make-aerial-fireworks-in-wilkes-barre-a-thing-of-the-past/523-646820fe-e9f5-4fa9-8f25-9944a5621983
  3. I thought I heard his announcement came a few days too late in order to be included on the ballot in several states. If you are running a serious campaign, wouldn't you be on top of things like that?
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    George Phillips. Pick up your signs!

    That goes for all candidates. Isn't there an ordinance against leaving these eyesores out there once the elections are over? If not, there should be - take down the signs within 48 hours of the election or be fined $100/sign.
  5. Kaz

    Blasts over Binghamton

    If fireworks are illegal in NY, why are there big tents set up every year in various parts of town selling fireworks around the 4th? Not as many this year, but pretty sure I saw one right on Front St.
  6. Kaz

    I Was Wrong

    Don't confuse what happened in other countries with what American's would do in a similar scenario. I think there's a tipping point - a point where people that would otherwise stand on the sidelines and not get involved decide they need to be in the game. I believe the vast majority (perhaps the so-called 'silent majority) are appalled by what they see going on - but are sitting on the bench. For now. They believe in the America way...lumps, bumps and all. There's a reason why millions of people want 'in' on this nation and sometimes risk their lives getting here. Years of indoctrination has blinded these rioters to the harsh realities of life. They walk around with designer logo clothes, $1k iPhones, and don't have to worry about where (or if) their next meal will come from. If we ever hit that tipping point I think these folks are going to get a life lesson they will never forget.
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    John Solak attacked and phone stripped ????

    I'm sure he and his 'community minded' friends will all pitch in to rebuild that park that got torched. They all seem to have a lot of time on their hands.
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    Endicott's mayor Linda "Action" Jackson

    How do I contact the coaches of UE's Little League? I'll donate the posters, we will call the games a 'protest' against racism and I'll guarantee we will be playing ball by tomorrow afternoon.
  9. Kaz

    Time to shut down the media!!!!!

    Quite the opposite actually. It's a great example of why inbreeding is not a good thing.
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    Time to shut down the media!!!!!

    But that means the population would have to actually do their own thinking and come to their own conclusions rather than being told what to think. Too much effort for the 'gimme, gimme, gimme' crowd.
  11. Kaz

    I am old enough to remember when..

    I was watching the news this evening and there is actually talk of several municipalities across the US de-funding their police departments. Are people so naive to really think that (at a time of mass rioting and looting...or any other time for that matter) less police is going to be a good thing? The answer is yes, if you are a criminal. For the rest of the population it's going to be a Mad Max scene. I wonder how far this will get before people start taking matters into their own hands. I sincerely hope cooler heads and common sense prevails long before that happens.
  12. Which makes perfect sense because, to a liberal, anyone can be an expert...as long as his/her opinion agrees with theirs.
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    So, if workers at a taco place refuse to serve State Troopers we are supposed to be OK with that, yet if the owners of a bakery refuse to bake a cake for a gay couple we are supposed to be outraged? I can't keep this stuff straight, is there a playbook available?
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    Yes they are, just like rioting and looting. But best you not get caught without a mask on a Philadelphia transit bus or the SWAT team will drag you out in shackles.