Give me a break.
I haven't seen one or heard about one in a long time.
We didn't make it up. I'm not sure if we're arguing that it's a stupid idea, that the public is too stupid to use it properly, that it's a good idea but poorly executed, that it's unnecessary compared to other glaring needs, or just that there's a mean lady running it.
but I question the motive in this case. If we support free speech, must we also broadcast pornography? If you own a sex shop, I can see the motive.
But pornography's taboo is it's power, and there's nothing less sexy than making it commonplace. Perhaps the Muslims have it right: taboos create sexiness. I'd hate to live in a nudist, free-sex society where everyone was at a loss to think of something dirty. It wouldn't make life better. Stop telling our kids Santa is a lie.
That having been said, I totally support gay marriage. That's not a sexual issue, and it's not about taboos. That's respect.
The city is right on the Pornotopia issue, from a public policy standpoint. We elect officials to make decisions for the good of society. They're not banning pornography. They're preventing some people with a pecuniary interest from shoving pornography in everybody's face for publicity, which is the right decision. The indignant porn people win in any scenario with the press they get. In fact, the bottom line is probably better just crying about being stifled. Win win, and it's still in everyone's face.
because they are homeless. Get it?
He said the police were entirely in the right. The woman was violent. The impromptu "cop watch" blocked traffic and complicated the whole situation. I urged him to write a letter. Watch for it.
Playing the grammar card is a cheap shot. It's never classy and it's never on topic.
You don't deserve citizenship for being a nice person. There are lots of nice people in Mexico that can keep on being nice people in Mexico.
I thought you were going to say it's all made up.