Stating The Obvious #173 – The Pile On My Floor Part 9 of Something
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A slew of topics get covered as I pick up recording on the tail end of Stating The Obvious 172.
By the way, I’ve started watching Game of Thrones. Commentary will be coming up in the future.
Bits of news from Houston, Texas (aka H-Town): governments lose money, regulatory capture, HISD prohibits culturally insensitive mascots, the government owns your body and your child, HISD is failing but gets money any way, strip clubs bribe the police department so that women (who claim to own their own bodies) can be topless inside private businesses.
Headline: Diversity topic for ‘Passport to Manhood’
More like Passport to Pussiness.
Megyn Kelly. Unless you are opening your mouth to put my dick in it – shut the fuck up.
Hiroo Onoda: The story of a life destroyed by the State – and a story of great determination and dedication. This illustrates perfectly why nothing destroys progress more than the State.
Small Texas town bans sexually oriented businesses. Before any exist. Because you own your own body.
Why should women get paid maternity leave? If you aren’t working you don’t get paid. This is why women shouldn’t be in the workplace. They don’t understand even the most basic concepts.
81% of young Democrats approve of the Affordable Care Act. 58% of young Democrats approve of Obamacare. The ACA and Obamacare are the same thing. 23% of young Democrats are fucking stupid.
The scattering of C.J. Twomey’s ashes. Done without the government. But who will build the roads?
The government can’t even kill people without fucking it up. It takes 25 minutes to execute a prisoner if you are the state of Ohio.
More about Marlisa Munoz and the fact that you don’t own your body. The government owns your body.
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