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    They do, but it dosnt help when the US state dept still issues visa for that country, and their (NK) equals except the visa's

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    I've got one

    http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/w-v...PD?form=PRHPTP

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    With kids that age, many times it just hasn't sunk in yet that they can be killed.
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    Let em play in some quicksand. It will sink in!~
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    They believe to be invincible.... and then they're not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon Horus View Post
    They believe to be invincible.... and then they're not.
    Then blame everyone/everything else when they DO get injured.. Such as that mother several years back who sued the train company cause her kids decided to break into a train yard, climbed over several fences with warning signs on saying "Warning overhead powerlines can cause death", then got shocked after they climbed ONTO the trains, and touched those wires...

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    Quote Originally Posted by garhkal View Post
    Then blame everyone/everything else when they DO get injured.. Such as that mother several years back who sued the train company cause her kids decided to break into a train yard, climbed over several fences with warning signs on saying "Warning overhead powerlines can cause death", then got shocked after they climbed ONTO the trains, and touched those wires...
    Reminds me of the lady who sued McDonalds when she spilled coffee on her
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    Quote Originally Posted by jelgate View Post
    Reminds me of the lady who sued McDonalds when she spilled coffee on her
    And now it says "hot liquid inside"... kinda like the Titanic sinking and then they installed lifeboats for all passengers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon Horus View Post
    And now it says "hot liquid inside"... kinda like the Titanic sinking and then they installed lifeboats for all passengers.
    Yeah, but why should I have to pay for someone else's lifeboat??
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    ALL THANKS TO THE WONDERFUL CREATOR OF THIS SIG GO TO R.I.G.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gatefan1976 View Post
    I read that on GOPUSA, and a lot of people were saying what a dunce she was..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gatefan1976 View Post
    Yeah, but why should I have to pay for someone else's lifeboat??
    Because you don't want to be the one left behind because there is no more room.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon Horus View Post
    Because you don't want to be the one left behind because there is no more room.
    But what if I don't use it?
    I'm not paying for someone else's safety net!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gatefan1976 View Post
    But what if I don't use it?
    I'm not paying for someone else's safety net!!
    You wanna go down with the ship?
    Fine, go down with the ship... ...but at least allow others the choice to save themselves.

    Btw, I don't think we're paying extra for lifeboats.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jelgate View Post
    Reminds me of the lady who sued McDonalds when she spilled coffee on her
    That lawsuit was actually justified. The point wasn't who spilled the coffee, but that McDonalds' coffee was served so hot it could cause serious injuries (in her case, third-degree burns that required hospitalization and skin grafting) if spilled. During the trial, it was revealed that McDonalds received and settled over 700 cases of varying-severety burns from spilled coffee in ten years, and the defense actually conceded that McDonalds coffee would cause serious burns to mouth and throat if consumed when served.
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    Didn't anybody tell these people that coffee is generally served HOT!!

    No seriously, how stupid are these people really... It boggles the mind.
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    Speaking of actual boneheadedness, I could SO tell some stories from my travel agent experience.

    One girl, a customer of ours, took a taxi somewhere in Mexico after having smoked some local weed. Some time into the trip she became paranoid of her driver and called her father in Israel. Her father called our travel agency and demanded that we change his daughter's driver. I kid you not.

    A more recent case involved a couple who had a huge fight in the plane just before take-off. The woman, out of spite, faked illness and forced the airline crew to let them off the plane. They thought they'd just take the next one, as if an international flight is a train or an elevator. Then they spent several hours calling our agency over and over again, screaming at us, insulting anyone they talked to and spamming up our Facebook with libelous complaints because we told them that changing their flight was going to cost them some $200 per ticket. When they finally realized that they had to pay or they would lose $2000 that they paid for the original tickets, we tried to change their flights... and couldn't, because the airline had them marked in the system as unfit to fly for medical reasons, and required a medical statement to the contrary in order to allow them to board.

    P.S. And don't get me started on name spelling in airline tickets. NEVER book from your phone or tablet, and if you must book from one, at least SWITCH OFF THE AUTO CORRECT. We've seen a man named Dimitry corrected to "Dirty", Jacob to "Takeover" and "Paulette" to "Toilet".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon Horus View Post
    You wanna go down with the ship?
    Fine, go down with the ship... ...but at least allow others the choice to save themselves.
    No, I morally oppose their choice!!
    Btw, I don't think we're paying extra for lifeboats.
    Of course you are, it's factored into some federal tax on the poor company, and they pass it along to us, and the government has no right to make me pay for your lifeboat.
    What kind of commie logic are you using here, it's obvious!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Womble View Post
    Speaking of actual boneheadedness, I could SO tell some stories from my travel agent experience.
    I bet you could probably write a good book. And then people will read it and without a doubt smack themselves when they realize that "Oh... *blush* ...sounds familiar."

    Quote Originally Posted by Womble View Post
    P.S. And don't get me started on name spelling in airline tickets. NEVER book from your phone or tablet, and if you must book from one, at least SWITCH OFF THE AUTO CORRECT. We've seen a man named Dimitry corrected to "Dirty", Jacob to "Takeover" and "Paulette" to "Toilet".
    Awkward moments...

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    No, I morally oppose their choice!!


    Quote Originally Posted by Gatefan1976 View Post
    Of course you are, it's factored into some federal tax on the poor company, and they pass it along to us, and the government has no right to make me pay for your lifeboat.
    What kind of commie logic are you using here, it's obvious!!
    On second thought, you're probably right.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gatefan1976 View Post
    Of course you are, it's factored into some federal tax on the poor company, and they pass it along to us, and the government has no right to make me pay for your lifeboat.
    Of course, I know you're being sarcastic, but it is nice to see that you have learned a little about how taxation works and who ends up paying them regardless of whom the tax is levied on. As I've said several time, it always impacts the middle class much more than it does the intended target.
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