And an uncle with a red Barchetta
Android devices work in the other direction--I don't know of any that have been supported with the latest updates for 4 years.
I've been a big fan of the Samsung Galaxy phones. My old phones, and current phone can all be updated to the current and latest releases of android:
Samsung Galaxy S (soon to be 4 years old), Galaxy S2 and Galaxy S3 can all be updated to 4.3.1 (Jellybean), and will soon have an update to 4.4 (KitKat)
"Every time I said "Kill all humans" I'd always mutter "Except Fry"" B.B. Rodriguez
It's all so confusing,
Not really, but if that's your excuse - who am I to suggest you be a better person.
So, you'd act against a child's best interests - in defiance of the parent's wishes?
Tea Party Members are individuals. There isn't an actual political party with leaders who speak for the entire group, there is no official press release because there is no official. It's a bunch of individuals with similar goals and complaints. The people saying "we never said that" - probably didn't. The first time I heard it was from a news reporter who could barely stop giggling long enough to say it.
Regarding "Tuna" - I told her that she wouldn't want that name if she knew what it meant, and that she should talk to her mom to get the explanation.
You may choose to degrade yourself by calling people such names, but I won't.
A friends daughter insisted on being called "Tuna" when she was 10 years old. Her parents, and parents friends (including myself) refused to call her Tuna - and tried to convey that she wouldn't want that nickname when she got older - but she insisted. When she turned 16, she was still trying to get her schoolmates to stop calling her Tuna.
The people who knew better, the ones who knew why it was wrong, held themselves to a higher standard.
Apparently you don't know any better and don't hold yourself to a higher standard.
I just chose to use
There you have it. Marc Whinery chooses to use the name of a deviant sexual behavior to refer to a group of people based on their political beliefs.
Didn't your parents teach you that name-calling is a sign of weakness?
The "Teabagger" name isn't used by the people it's meant to represent. Conservatives that I know don't use such terms. That combined with DogDudes further comments lead me to believe it wasn't sarcasm.
Furthermore, the comment about the second amendment can be considered an attack, as it attempts to point out a weakness in the law - that it has no training requirement. This is a bogus attack, as none of the bill of rights has a training requirement. Maybe the bill of rights could use an accompanying bill of responsibilities.
Again with the name calling.
Take your fascist views to another country, Commie!
NOWHERE in the SECOND AMENDMENT does it say ANYTHING about gun education
Nor does the parenting handbook - because their is no parenting handbook. I feel it is my responsibility to raise fully functional, non-sociopath, productive children. Incidentally, I also teach them that name-calling is a sign of weakness.
The liberal answer is to resort to name-calling (teabagger, really?), and then to make a ridiculous statement and attribute it to an opposition leader.
First - you're absolutely right - give all kids weapons.
Second, teach them proper care and use.
Stop teaching only when the child is fully familiar with the rules for handling a firearm, acceptable uses, consequences for misusing a firearm, empathy, and equally important - a sense of mortality.
By the time they've earned unrestricted access to a firearm, the firearm will be less of a weapon and more of a tool. The mystery and taboo will be gone.
That's how we do it in rural Texas
Nowhere I shop does that
And you'd have to put down a deposit to use one for shopping.
You beat me to it! Wax meets all of the criteria.
Unsolicited goods are those goods which are sent to someone without being asked those goods to be sent.
Goods or services are not considered to have been solicited unless the recipient specifically requested.
Yay legal dictionary!