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- (3) Cop hears a man clear his throat, decides to a.) ignore it, b.) check to see if he's OK, or c.) slam his head into the wall?
- (3) Bitcoin is the modern day Tulip mania!
- (3) Is the Daily Paul addicted to articles about smoking?
- (3) The Logic of Mass Murder False Flags and the State of Manchurian Technology: Declassified
- (2) Thomas Massie just emailed me a picture of his Tesla, He Stands with Rand!
- (2) For those considering quitting smoking...
- (2) BOTH Of John Boehner's Primary Challengers Taking Questions Now On Daily Paul.
- (2) Obama, Boehner sneak NDAA through Congress
The Last Hour
My quit date: 12/13/2010.
Here we are three years later, without a single cigarette. Woo-hoo!
Considering smokes were $8 per pack when I quit, and I was back to smoking a pack a day, that is $8 x 3 x 365 = $8,760 that I saved! Not to mention I'm healthier, have more energy and better control over my life generally. It is the greatest all around bargain, ever. All upside, no downside.
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Having quit about a million times prior to that last time, I have some words of encouragement and advice for anyone considering quitting. This is a problem of mind over matter, and cold turkey is a pretty difficult road to take. You have years of habits built up that have to be unlearned and wound down. While it is not exactly easy, if I can do it, you can do it, too! Even if you tried and failed before, that doesn’t matter. You can do it this time.
This is step one. You have to believe that you can.
Cell phones can operate with as little as 1-millionth of a normal signal! A minimum of 80 dB attenuation material is required to achieve blocking, as well as a complete (no leak) seal. The Block-it Pocket works by incorporating pure silver onto a high quality nylon ripstop fabric equaling 100+ dB attenuation. Which is then hand sewn into the inner pocket, extending beyond the cover flap to create a complete faraday enclosure.
AWESOME! Sen. Rand Paul On The Senate Floor Speaking Out Against The Nuclear Option - 12/12/13 (VIDEO)
Sibel Edmonds exposes Omidyar, PayPal: Implicated in Withheld NSA Documents; William Binney & Russell Tice CONFIRM!Submitted by AnCapMercenary on Wed, 12/11/2013 - 22:06
BFP Breaking News- Omidyar’s PayPal Corporation Said To Be Implicated in Withheld NSA Documents
The U.S. Government, An Implicated Billionaire, Fortune-Seeking Journalists & A Public in the Dark
Sibel Edmonds | December 11, 2013
They don't follow the Constitution because we don't make them.
Politicons will always follow the path of least resistance. If they start hearing "constitutional authorization" from us for anything they do or propose, they will notice the resistance.
Cop hears a man clear his throat, decides to a.) ignore it, b.) check to see if he's OK, or c.) slam his head into the wall?Submitted by john jay on Wed, 12/11/2013 - 23:06
No explanation needed:
Article: Cop was arrested
NDAA is snuck through Congress while Media and politicos are distracted by the budget, etc.
Yeas 350 Nays 69
Notables include Charlie Rangel, Justin Amash, Linda Sanchez(Is she the next Dennis Kucinich for the Dems?), Barbara Lee(The lone dissenting nay against authorizing the Afghan war in Congress), Mark Sanford, and surprisingly Jan Schakowski.
Via Drudge: Lawmakers who oversee government surveillance programs receive millions from intelligence companiesSubmitted by cobaltz on Thu, 12/12/2013 - 23:23
This is sick.
December 13, 2013 | Joe Schoffstall
Every member who sits on the committees that oversee government intelligence operations has received campaign contributions from the top twenty largest intelligence companies in the United States, according to a new report.
Equal Opportunity Doesn't Always Guarantee Equal Results
January 30, 2000 | By Charley Reese of The Sentinel Staff
What do 19th century slave owners and 20th century proponents of affirmative action have in common? The answer is simple. They share a belief that blacks are basically inferior and cannot compete with whites on an equal playing field. That was how slave owners rationalized slavery. That's how proponents of affirmative action secretly rationalize their position.
Chinese Naval Vessel Tries to Force U.S. Warship to Stop in International Waters
Landing ship sailed dangerously close to U.S. guided missile cruiser
BY: Bill Gertz
December 13, 2013 5:00 am
A Chinese naval vessel tried to force a U.S. guided missile warship to stop in international waters recently, causing a tense military standoff in the latest case of Chinese maritime harassment, according to defense officials.
Right about the time I was gearing up to quit smoking three years ago, I saw an ad* for a Harvard study looking for people wanting to quit. They gave you free nicotine patches, as well as counseling and support, which sounded great. They had an office in downtown Boston, right by the site of the Boston Massacre. The researcher who ran it looked like Natalie Portman.
One staple may cost New Jersey taxpayers more than $2 million.
Christopher Onesti, who now lives in Drexel Hill, Pa., collects a police disability pension for life because he stapled the ring finger of his non-shooting hand. State authorities ruled he is “totally and permanently disabled” — no longer able to handle a gun or perform duties as a New Jersey Transit cop.