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Floridagold wait wait!

Posted by Aguila @ 20:43 on November 2, 2019  

That might be the wrong box of rocks – I think that is equiz’s box maybe?  Don’t throw it in the river just in case.

autumn fun and game…

Posted by treefrog @ 20:00 on November 2, 2019  

helping my son weld together a hog trap.  the woods are full of wild (actually feral) hogs.  a lot of free pork running around out there.  i have some good recipes for italian and sicilian sausage.     ah, salami calabrese!  enough garlic to scare away two vampires and a werewolf.

Ipso 8:56

Posted by goldielocks @ 18:14 on November 2, 2019  

Yep stores arent too happy about it. They can still charge them but if its under a certain amount they wont even bother showing up.

Buygold 16:39

Posted by goldielocks @ 18:10 on November 2, 2019  

Not saying anything will happen but good to have a back up plan in case of a event say EMP disables cars, comunication. Food, water and a place to meet, maybe more than one if roads are down.


Posted by ipso facto @ 13:42 on November 2, 2019  

That’s an understatement. Rocks at least have some uses!

ipso facto @ 8:56 — In this California a box of rocks is far better than ALL California politicians

Posted by Floridagold @ 11:05 on November 2, 2019  


License to Steal

Posted by ipso facto @ 8:56 on November 2, 2019  

California’s Prop 47 leads to rise in shoplifting, thefts, criminal activity across state

SAN FRANCISCO – In a lighted garage on one of San Francisco’s busiest streets, a young man in baggy trousers and messy brown hair pulled down his pants. He had been hiding two pairs of stolen jeans with the tags still on them. He handed them to another man waiting nearby, took some money, pulled up his pants and headed back into another store on Market Street — home to the city’s high-end designers and big-chain retail shops.

The incident wasn’t a one-off. These brazen acts of petty theft and shoplifting are a dangerous and all-too-common consequence of Proposition 47, a referendum passed five years ago that critics say effectively gives shoplifters and addicts the green light to commit crimes as long as the merchandise they steal or the drugs they take are less than $950 in value. The decision to downgrade theft of property valued below the arbitrary figure from felony to misdemeanor, together with selective enforcement that focuses on more “serious” crimes, has resulted in thieves knowing they can brazenly shoplift and merchants knowing the police will not respond to their complaints, say critics.


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