A ten-year-old Ohio boy was suspended from school after a teacher caught him brandishing a “level 2 lookalike firearm.” What lookalike firearm was this, you ask? Well, Nathan Entingh got in trouble after he pretended to use his finger as a gun. Yep, his finger.
Ever get the feeling these idiots are reading Retief books and considering the CDT methods a farging model?
Another reason to avoid places like the PDRM and DAFSNJ*: they'll try to tax you for setting foot in the damned(literally) places.
...local revenue agents have seized out-of-state trucks simply passing
through their jurisdiction, refusing to release them until the firms
that dispatched them fork over corporate income taxes. Finance
departments have slapped out-of-state businesses with bills for
thousands of dollars in corporate back taxes, based on little more than a
single worker visiting the state sometime during the year. And tax
agents have targeted employees who work remotely for in-state firms,
claiming that they owe personal income taxes, even when they’ve never
stepped foot in the taxing state.
Over in India, nutty inventor for the win; poor women damn happy about it.
Second note on this: 'all societies are equal' my ass.
Worse was to come. The villagers became convinced he was possessed by
evil spirits, and were about to chain him upside down to a tree to be
"healed" by the local soothsayer. He only narrowly avoided this
treatment by agreeing to leave the village. It was a terrible price to
pay. "My wife gone, my mum gone, ostracised by my village" he says. "I
was left all alone in life."
Just maybe, this will get some people to understand why we yell about that idiot UN small-arms treaty:
Raymond Yans is president of the International Narcotics Control Board
(INCB), the U.N. agency charged with monitoring the implementation of
anti-drug treaties. It is therefore not surprising that Yans takes a dim
view of marijuana legalization in Colorado and Washington, which he
says poses "a grave danger to public health and well-being."
But according to the INCB, legalization is not just dangerous; legalization is illegal. Even Americans who support marijuana
prohibition should be troubled by the implications of that argument,
which suggests that international treaties trump the Constitution.
You UN clowns think it does. We beg to differ. Further evidence of their mindset:
In an INCB report issued on Tuesday, Yans scolds the U.S. government for letting Colorado and Washington repeal criminal penalties for production, possession, and distribution of cannabis. "INCB reiterates that these developments contravene the provisions of the drug control conventions, which limit the use of cannabis to medical and scientific use only," he writes. "INCB urges the Government of the United States to ensure that the treaties are fully implemented on the entirety of its territory."
'Why don't you get your peasants under control!'
Dear Mr. Yans:
Here, the peasants are supposed to control the government, not the other way around.
Deal with it, and kiss our ass.
*For those new, the People's Democratic Republic of Maryland, and Dark and Fascist State of New Jersey