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Rye Miles #13621

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It's beyond "getting crazy"...it's fn stupid. CA even makes it hard for normal people to sell their own property and move out of the s***hole that much of the state has become.

 

I feel pity for the Conservative residents that are force to live in CA due to economic or family reasons. 

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28 minutes ago, Michigan Slim said:

BB guns and wrist rockets are gender neutral.... 

Yep! I was thinking about all the toys that are gender neutral, cars, trucks, space ships, legos, puzzles, coloring books etc. There's a ton of them! what the he^& do these people want?

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It has turned into a game of upmanship.  In order to prove their loyalty to The Party they have to outdo the last proposal in correctness.  In a way it's like when Stalin gave a speech, you had to applaud.  And you didn't want to be seen to be the first one to stop.  So they "applaud" by trying to be more correct than the last.

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They really don't care about "gender-neutral toys". There are all sorts of gender neutral toys - coloring books, jigsaw puzzles, kites, tricycles.

 

And if you put a Barbie doll in the gender-neutral toy section, it doesn't make it a gender-neutral toy. Barbie dolls are girls toys.

 

What they want is to make it acceptable for boys to play with Barbie dolls. That's not gender neutral. That's still boys playing with girls toys. Boys have played with girls toys ever since there's been toys. They just wantedWANT IT to be acceptable.

 

I think that crap started with My Buddy. Remember My Buddy? A doll for boys.

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Couple up the road has 3 boys and the youngest about 8, a girl. The boys are into all kinds of sports. The girl is almost free range. You see her out a lot. She hangs with her dad a lot helping him build, fix and maintain thing. Goes deer hunting with him. I wouldn't say she's a tomboy but not typical.  One day her and dad were down and worked on our plainer.  (He's an engineer at nuclear power plant.) Anyway,  I offered to pay him and he refused.  Nearby was a Tonka dump truck leftover from kid days. Still in remarkably good shape.  I offered it to his daughter.  She twisted her face around and looked at dad.  She didn't want it. I said, you can put your dolls in or marble collection or .... No, she didn't want it. 

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When I was a kid about 4-5 yrs old I had a Howdy Doody doll!! It had the string in the back to open his mouth kinda like a ventriloquist dummy. I also had a teddy bear, but I used him to beat up in my play saloon fights!

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From the article:

 

""Part of it is to make sure if you're a young girl that you can find a police car, fire truck, a periodic table or a dinosaur," Assemblyman Low told the LA Times in 2021. "And then similarly, if you're a boy, if you're more artistic and want to play with glitter, why not? Why should you feel the stigma of saying, 'Oh, this should be shamed' and going to a different location?""

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That being translated, the capons and wethers in Sacramento believe that ordinary people are too stupid to find a toy firetruck, periodic table, or dinosaur toy in a store.

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1 hour ago, Subdeacon Joe said:

From the article:

 

""Part of it is to make sure if you're a young girl that you can find a police car, fire truck, a periodic table or a dinosaur," Assemblyman Low told the LA Times in 2021. "And then similarly, if you're a boy, if you're more artistic and want to play with glitter, why not? Why should you feel the stigma of saying, 'Oh, this should be shamed' and going to a different location?""

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That being translated, the capons and wethers in Sacramento believe that ordinary people are too stupid to find a toy firetruck, periodic table, or dinosaur toy in a store.

Because no one should play with glitter.  That stuff is 10x worse than antiseize, getting everywhere.

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24 minutes ago, sassnetguy50 said:

Because no one should play with glitter.  That stuff is 10x worse than antiseize, getting everywhere.

 

If you ever want someone to remember that you remembered them on their "special" occasion...mail them a card with a tablespoon of glitter inside of the card. They'll remember you for years to come.:ph34r:

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How about model railroads? All sorts of gender neutral things to do there! Put together model rolling stock, buildings. scenes with figures.  (Get into it seriously and you won't have money for drugs! The hobby can be as addictive, however. I've been a model railroader for over 70 years, off and on, and haven't found a way to quit yet! :D

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3 hours ago, Subdeacon Joe said:

That being translated, the capons and wethers in Sacramento believe that ordinary people are too stupid to find a toy firetruck, periodic table, or dinosaur toy in a store.

Well they're stupid enough to live in Kalifornia, so...

43 minutes ago, Cyrus Cassidy #45437 said:

The fact that any government at any level thinks it is within their rights to dictate what any private retailer sells is beyond the pale.  

Again, it's Kalifornia. The voters there keep telling their government that they expect the government to do just that. If not, they would vote them out of office. Since they don't, said government will do whatever it wants to.

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29 minutes ago, Sgt. C.J. Sabre, SASS #46770 said:

Well they're stupid enough to live in Kalifornia, so...

Again, it's Kalifornia. The voters there keep telling their government that they expect the government to do just that. If not, they would vote them out of office. Since they don't, said government will do whatever it wants to.

 

Calling a whole bunch of regulars here "stupid." Not everyone has the luxury of packing up and moving.

 

My dad came here from Kentucky via the USMC, after government paid tours of the Mediterranean, N. Africa, then, tired of that, a trip to the Pacific.  Thank you for calling him stupid.

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2 hours ago, Subdeacon Joe said:

 

Calling a whole bunch of regulars here "stupid." Not everyone has the luxury of packing up and moving.

 

My dad came here from Kentucky via the USMC, after government paid tours of the Mediterranean, N. Africa, then, tired of that, a trip to the Pacific.  Thank you for calling him stupid.

No offence meant to your dad. I understand that many people can't/ won't leave for reasons of their own. But if they make the decision to live there, they make the decision to live under a government that thinks that they're too  stupid to find a toy firetruck, periodic table, or dinosaur toy in a store.

Everybody has the right to live wherever they want to. I know that a number of our members live in Cereal Land. Some have indicated that they don't like it, but have no choice. I also understand that the Good people that live there are far outnumbered by the sheeple that vote in the government that they have to live under. To your dad, and all of them, I apologize. I tend to paint with a broad brush. But for those same sheeple, I stand by my statement.  

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7 hours ago, Sgt. C.J. Sabre, SASS #46770 said:

Well they're stupid enough to live in Kalifornia, so...

Again, it's Kalifornia. The voters there keep telling their government that they expect the government to do just that. If not, they would vote them out of office. Since they don't, said government will do whatever it wants to.

Yep, and the rest of us are better than they are.  We got Biden and that bunch.....much better.

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12 hours ago, Rye Miles #13621 said:

When I was a kid about 4-5 yrs old I had a Howdy Doody doll!! It had the string in the back to open his mouth kinda like a ventriloquist dummy. I also had a teddy bear, but I used him to beat up in my play saloon fights!

I had Jerry Mahoney.

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If anyone thinks this cannot happen in your state, county, etc, wake up.

 

The forces of evil are on the march. They are coming for every corner of our hallowed republic.

 

California is easily one of the most beautiful states in the union, and SoCal has arguably the most pleasant climate in the country. Nobody would have been considered 'stupid' for pursuing a life there in the past. I'm sure 20 years ago people in Colorado were laughing about the loonies in California- now look at Colorado. And Arizona, New Mexico, the entire PNW, and even Texas and Montana have problems. In a few years, maybe we'll call people stupid for living in those areas, from our happy, free perch in...where?

 

Yes, this is a legally dubious and culturally ridiculous law. And it's headed to a town near you.

 

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13 minutes ago, Roger Ball said:

If anyone thinks this cannot happen in your state, county, etc, wake up.

 

The forces of evil are on the march. They are coming for every corner of our hallowed republic.

 

California is easily one of the most beautiful states in the union, and SoCal has arguably the most pleasant climate in the country. Nobody would have been considered 'stupid' for pursuing a life there in the past. I'm sure 20 years ago people in Colorado were laughing about the loonies in California- now look at Colorado. And Arizona, New Mexico, the entire PNW, and even Texas and Montana have problems. In a few years, maybe we'll call people stupid for living in those areas, from our happy, free perch in...where?

 

Yes, this is a legally dubious and culturally ridiculous law. And it's headed to a town near you.

 

 

A fair amount of the looniness came from out of state, carpetbaggers moving in and bringing in their Eastern Seaboard sensibilities.

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35 minutes ago, Roger Ball said:

If anyone thinks this cannot happen in your state, county, etc, wake up.

 

The forces of evil are on the march. They are coming for every corner of our hallowed republic.

 

 

And it's ALL just one or two voting cycles away....in EVERY state. That is why it is important to know the candidates for EVERY election, no matter how insignificant the election may seem. 

 

VOTE

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23 hours ago, Subdeacon Joe said:

It has turned into a game of upmanship.  In order to prove their loyalty to The Party they have to outdo the last proposal in correctness.  In a way it's like when Stalin gave a speech, you had to applaud.  And you didn't want to be seen to be the first one to stop.  So they "applaud" by trying to be more correct than the last.

I do believe you hit the nail on the head, Joe. Thank you. 
 

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I think it’s high time to call out the rest of the states regarding California. 
Write your state politicians and ask them to propose and vote on a bill that bans any California influence that is not specifically beneficial as outlined in the U.S. Constitutions and their state constitutions or charters. 
All you people bit**ing about California will find out real quick how many commie types you (and I) have in our respective governments and perhaps open the eyes of those in your states that do believe in the American dream, not Marx’s, Stalin’s or any other socialist zealot now and in the past. 
This crap ain’t all California. There are lurkers in nearly every state government dreaming of the day the entire country will be like California. 
 

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Here in Illinois, everyone has to live with how Chicago votes.

I think it is wrong. That people can vote one way.

Then Chicago votes and they override how down state votes.

That triangle of Chicago, Route 80-55. Could slide into Lake Michigan.

No one would miss that pest hole.

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