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2. People that think the world is their ashtray and flick their cigarette butts out the car window.
3. People that fail to walk 20 yards to the cart corral and leave the grocery cart sitting in the parking lot.
Friday, November 26, 2010
- Except in labor. Foreigners shouldn't be allowed to take jobs away from Americans. If an American company wants to hire a foreigner, who is willing and able to do a job just as well and for less money than an American, the government should use its force to prohibit that. It is for the greater good.
- And except for marijuana. People shouldn't be allowed to smoke marijuana. It is bad for them. If they would rather not get drunk but would rather voluntarily chose to smoke some reefer, the government should use its force to prohibit that. It is for the greater good.
- And except for prostitution. If people want to mutually and voluntarily agree to exchange that particular service for money, the government should use its force to prohibit that. It is for the greater good.
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Sunday, November 07, 2010
These days, no one is more Haggard than followers of CU football. Like Merle, the Buff fans look back to the good ol’ days. Merle longed to return to a time when a buck was still silver and a Ford lasted ten years, like it should.
The Buffs reminisce of Coach Mac on the sidelines, players like Darian Hagan, Kordell Stewart, and Alfred Williams. They want to recreate ’88. And ’89 and especially that champtionship season, 1990. They dream of the good times, of national relevance.
It is natural to wish to return to a better time. It’s like calling up that old girlfriend ‘cause things were so awesome back then. You were both so in love. Problem is, you can’t go back. She’s different now. So are you. Wishing don’t make it so.
Some Buff fans are wishin'. They want to call up that old girlfriend. Their old girlfriend is a 70 year old man, Bill McCartney, the coach that had the Buffs at the top of the college football world.
Unfortunately, no matter how great the memories, no matter how sweet the kisses, he ain’t the same guy.
Those good times ARE over. But that doesn’t stop you from going and trying to make new ones.
As Tom Scholz of