I have my own issues with the iWatch, but while I will call the design clean and modern, I certainly won't call it beautiful.
Regardless of your stance on the morality of it, maybe we just start treating one drug (MJ) like another (Alcohol or Tobacco) from a legal perspective? Contrary to Mr. Christie, Denver is a fantastic place to live, and I genuinely believe the recreational industry has improved it even more.
-Batman Arkham City
If his premise is that the Wii is more appropriate for his home schooled kids, and he disqualifies FPS games in abstract, its a good chance this is not an appropriate game for his kids.
While this may generally be a popular liberal justification for Judiciary reform (and I'm not saying we don't need it) I have worked in a number of high-security environments, held multiple positions with banking institutions, I have a passport with no restrictions on it, and by itself (violent, Drug, or sexual offenses obviously carry a different classification,) it does not qualify as a legal denial for protected-housing (which most rental units fall under.) You can be licensed and insured (*but not BONDED* - I can't be a locksmith) and in most states, it doesn't affect your voting rights at all. The biggest downside at this point is that I can't legally possess a firearm, so if I *were* to go trap shooting a couple of times a year at the country club, I *could* get in trouble.
This is the guy who ran a Dodge meme against Cornryn on his Twitter feed last week.
This is the guy who wanted to remove the 'gun-free' zones around schools to keep children 'safer', a month after Sandy Hook.
Actually, the more traction these fringe idiots get, the more fragmented the far right looks. VOTE STOCKMAN 2014!
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