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I feel it necessary to say that the egg aisle at city market in my old home Breck doesn't look anything like this. "King Soopers" is just the chain and gas station next door.

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Had surgery yesterday. On my ass. There's now 6 inches worth of stitches. In my ass. Percocets galore but in tender/sore still.

Pilonidal cyst, or apparently "You're a 20s/30s white male that sits a lot for work? Congratulations, you've won a 3.5 week headache to treat this common affliction!". Apparently the lead affected demographic is truck drivers, with IT workers (me) being second.

Awyeah. Had a friend with one of those once. He said it ruptured at work and the smell was ungodly.

Never had a smell issue. i was actually misdiagnosed by a shitty doctor up in breck since November. He told me the recurring staph infections I was getting every 2 or so months was MRSA and I just had to deal with it until it went away. Came back last week, went to a new dr here and within 45 seconds she correctly diagnosed it. She also said Ishould never have waited this long for surgery and that this last time I was actually at a moderate risk of going septic from it.

So that's been my fun last week and a half. 

Also, SwiftKey keyboard fucking hates this forum and keeps adding in duplicate letters on my posts for no reason at all.

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Had surgery yesterday. On my ass. There's now 6 inches worth of stitches. In my ass. Percocets galore but in tender/sore still.

Pilonidal cyst, or apparently "You're a 20s/30s white male that sits a lot for work? Congratulations, you've won a 3.5 week headache to treat this common affliction!". Apparently the lead affected demographic is truck drivers, with IT workers (me) being second.

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Aneristic Illusions / Re: Duh Rugs
« on: August 23, 2014, 05:42:19 pm »
Actually my number one complaint is the bullshit dui laws that have come with legality. I can't even have a whole beer at dinner without being over our bullshit .05 limit. It's ridiculous.

On a lighter note, the pot clubs/bars are still working out. Hell, one of them was advertising on the radio about a week products filled piata for the 4th of July. So that's something I suppose.

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Aneristic Illusions / Re: Duh Rugs
« on: August 23, 2014, 05:34:45 pm »
Chiming in here that despite our intensely regulated market, edibles are having all kind of problems, including a recall last month of one of the larger brownie makers for sanitary concerns:

http://www.foodmanufacturing.com/news/2014/07/marijuana-edibles-recalled-colorado

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The Denver Department of Environmental Health recalled several products from the company At Home Baked because of concerns over the machine the company was using to produce water hash to go in the products


Regardless, as the tax revenue and lower crime statistics keep coming in, there won't be much opposition that will be tolerated. Coupled with the states that are following our lead as well as the district decriminalization of possession, and the ball is finally rolling in the right direction.

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Just like the zimmerman idiots, there's backers supporting the murdering cop. And they've already raised 127k+ for his defense.

http://www.gofundme.com/SupportOfficerWilson

Disgusting.

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Or being accused of being an alt etc....
It adds nothing to the discussion, even more so when it doesn't come from a mod who can at least run an IP check.

Von is just Von, his dumb opinions are his own. The topic is Ferguson, if needs be we can split the thread.

I think the posts have been dead-on.  If nothing else, von has demonstrated how one side in the Ferguson thing occurred.
Yeah, that's why I'm not willing to split out his posts unless da6 requests it, it looked more like von trying to hide his shame.

I don't care either way. I'll continue throwing worthy updates in here as Isee them. Looking like the ssituation has mostly stabilized though, vice has begun pulling some of its reporters out.

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Oh, and a conflict of interest was discovered. The prosecutor on the brown case has FOUR family members on the Ferguson police force. Totally going to be a fair trial.

Here's the source:

http://www.nbcnews.com/storyline/michael-brown-shooting/prosecutor-michael-brown-case-has-deep-family-ties-police-n183911

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Overseeing possible charges in the shooting death of the unarmed teen falls on St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney Robert P. McCulloch, a Missouri native whose police officer father was killed in the line of duty when McCulloch was 12.

McCulloch's mother, brother, uncle and cousin also worked for the St. Louis police department. Those close family ties to the police and a bellwether decision 14 years ago not to prosecute two cops who shot and killed two suspects in a drug bust have raised doubts about his objectivity in deciding whether Ferguson, Missouri, officer Darren Wilson should be prosecuted for the Aug. 9 killing of Brown, 18.

Pretty clear, but this von person seems like he's the latest incarnation of poptart though not nearly as thorough.

He's a different guy who pops in and out time and again. The most notable thing about him is that he's a libertarian.

So he's like 40% of the people who live here in the people's republic except a bit more racist and delusional. Got it.

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Oh, and a conflict of interest was discovered. The prosecutor on the brown case has FOUR family members on the Ferguson police force. Totally going to be a fair trial.

Here's the source:

http://www.nbcnews.com/storyline/michael-brown-shooting/prosecutor-michael-brown-case-has-deep-family-ties-police-n183911

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Overseeing possible charges in the shooting death of the unarmed teen falls on St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney Robert P. McCulloch, a Missouri native whose police officer father was killed in the line of duty when McCulloch was 12.

McCulloch's mother, brother, uncle and cousin also worked for the St. Louis police department. Those close family ties to the police and a bellwether decision 14 years ago not to prosecute two cops who shot and killed two suspects in a drug bust have raised doubts about his objectivity in deciding whether Ferguson, Missouri, officer Darren Wilson should be prosecuted for the Aug. 9 killing of Brown, 18.

Pretty clear, but this von person seems like he's the latest incarnation of poptart though not nearly as thorough.

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More of the same as soon as the sun went down. Saw a tweet that the Constitution doesn't seem to apply when it's dark.

Apparently media blackout was issued. Journalists forced into a press area and told if they do coverage alongside protesters they'll be arrested.

Still a few criminal instigators making it worse for everyone. Police chief and governor have been eerily quiet tonight too.

Oh, and a conflict of interest was discovered. The prosecutor on the brown case has FOUR family members on the Ferguson police force. Totally going to be a fair trial.

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God damned Al Sharpton is giving Mike Brown's eulogy.

I feel like there's a daytime version of this that's farcical but sometimes feel good and a nighttime version of this shit that is terrifying with flashbacks to racial tensions of the 50s/60s.

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Just saw a tweet where someonehad a list of all the places that have been hit by looters with sources. Holy shit. Explains last nights aggressive force better. 

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Quick Trip (looted & burned)

Domino's Pizza (looted & burned)

Ferguson Chop Suey (looted & burned)

Taco Bell (looted & vandalized)

St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store (who loots a church thrift store?)

Autozone

Red's BBQ

Shoe Carnival

Zisser Tire Auto Service

Sam's Meat Market

Dellwood Market

Target

Walmart

Ferguson Market & Liqour

Yellow Diamond Boutique

Feel Beauty Supply

Foot Locker

Kmart

PNC Bank

Walgreens

Quick Cash

Family Dollar

Boost Mobile

DTLR

Hibbett Sports

Velvet Freeze Ice Cream

Remy Beauty Supply

Cricket Wireless

Phillips 66

Energy Express

JC Wireless

T-Mobile

Sprint

Radioshack

Firestone Complete Auto Care Store

Dollar General

Up N Up Fashion

Office Depot

Knodel's Bakery and Catering

Hohmeier Auto Body

Dierbergs Market

Ross Dress for Less

Advance Auto Parts

ToysRUs

Payless Shoe Store
Sources:
http://fox2now.com/2014/08/10/report-michael-brown-protesters-damage-police-vehicles-on-west-florissant/
https://mapsengine.google.com/map/embed?mid=zQXCU9jTCWt8.k_AxWZwk4ODM
http://fox2now.com/2014/08/16/crisis-in-ferguson/

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I BELIEVE SO. UNLESS YOU STOPPED AGING AN I DID NOT!

Ima be 27 on friday

I, too, am a product of '87. Happy early birthday.

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Agitators/Looters/Douchebags are apparently Commies:

http://themissouritorch.com/blog/2014/08/17/meet-greg-joey-johnson-an-opportunistic-communist-revolutionary-agitating-in-ferguson-video/

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Opportunistic radical groups from across the country are flocking to Ferguson, Missouri to take advantage of the death of Michael Brown, a young black male shot by local police.

One of the first to arrive in town were communists from Chicago.

Videos on that article showing commie shitnecks chanting "Pigs" into a bullhorn alongside protests. Same group that was agitating at treyvon martin too apparently.

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