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    When do we get to ban things?

    When do we get to ban things?

    Spotted in Rhode Island.

    In a town which has passed a ban on plastic bags in supermarkets:


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    to the full extent allowed by law.


    TrooperJohnSmith | November 24, 2012 at 1:54 pm

    So why does this Lefty drive a car made by a Japanese mega-firm that once built fighter planes and bombers that ravaged the poor, helpless people of the Far East and Pacifica? What an insensitive jerk!

    Jack The Ripper | November 24, 2012 at 5:42 pm

    I “Heart” My Farmer?

    Reminds me of that George Will joke. When the U.S. Department of Agriculture was created, it had one employee for every quarter million farms. Now, it has more than one employee for every 20 farms.

    One day, a USDA bureaucrat is walking down the hall and sees one of his colleagues weeping.

    “What’s the matter,” he asks his colleague.

    Choking back tears, the colleague mutters, “My farmer died.”

    IceColdTroll | November 25, 2012 at 1:04 pm

    JD Byrider, the credit car company for people who can’t get real credit.

    So, now they’re banning the plastic bags, which just a generation ago they were DEMANDING we use, because paper bags were killing all the trees. Now it’s plastic bags that are evil, and what are stores being pressured into using whenever the hippies forget their Reuseable Earth Friendly Pure Hemp Eco-Bags?

    Yep. Paper. Same thing we were using in the first place.

    There might be a lesson here, but I just can’t figure it out…

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