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All you can eat local oysters on Sundays. $10. Yes.
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"food producers work hard to produce safe food, not because the government mandates it, but because killing your customers with tainted food is the quickest way to go out of business."
Clearly unfamiliar with the state of US food production before regulation. History, not even once.
" AND they DO in fact vote with emotions far more than men and they admit they vote emotionally vs. rationally."
Something seems to be wrong with my computer. It doesn't seem to be loading the extensive sources I'm sure you've cited to make such a sweeping generalization. I'm sending it to the geek squad guys first thing in the morning so they can get on this.
Ah, this guy. I mostly know him from his satire blog, http://thepursuitofcivility.tumblr.com/
At least, I hope it's satire. There's no way real people can be that un-selfaware and pretentious, is there?
Spaying and neutering should be a legal requirement. Unless someone is a legitimate breeder (and if you've ever thought "oh I have an x purebred, and so does my neighbor, it might be fun to have puppies!" you're not) there's no excuse for not spaying and neutering.
The worst are the guys who don't want to neuter their dogs for some kind of macho reasons. "no way man, I'm not cutting off his balls!"
I think many people not as bothered by the name (although it's dumb) as the are at the arrogance it takes for the City Paper editorial staff to think that they can or have the right to arbitrarily change the names of neighborhoods to fit their conception of what the neighborhood should be. "WE'RE in this neighborhood, therefore it's the 'creative corridor'! Therefore it needs a new trendy name! Ergo, NoMo!"
It just rubs people the wrong way.
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