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  1. #31
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    Re: New M&T Bank Stadium smoking policy



    Quote Originally Posted by purplepoe View Post
    LOL.

    So when it actually bothers YOU then it's ok to question it? Wow.

    Remind me to revisit this in 10 years.

    PP
    Ok so you take the stand that "they" take my trans fatty oils away and that will lead to "them" taking my potato chips away, then my steak away, then my house away, then my wife away and ultimately my soul away. Right? It is all incremental and in 10 years I, the blissfully oblivious one, will wake up to find myself on the streets with nothing left because I should have cared more about the trans fatty oils at McDonalds? That's your argument right?

    So did you care when they robbed you of your "liberty" to use asbestos as an insulator? How about when "they" stole the choice of eating red M&M's with red dye # 13 in it? Are you upset that you no longer have a choice to buy a thermometer with real mercury in it now? Do you feel that "they" are closing in your soul as well? How about the day they robbed you of your "liberty" to express yourself with lead-based paint? I bet that was a tough one. Big government is creeping up...

    I don't buy this libertarian slippery slope. It all sounds really paranoid to me. I listen to Brain Wilson each day for as long as I can before I want to break my radio into bits. Everyday he goes on about how if you vote democrat or republican...anything other than libertarian, then you don't love or understand freedom and liberty. These are arguments he makes as well.

    It's a crock of mierda if you ask me. The government has a long history of restricting items and substances that have a negative utilitarian effect on society. That is a good thing to me.

    By limiting trans-fatty oils which doesn't affect me because I can live w/o fried foods but more than that it will prevent me from paying additional health costs down the road for the uneducated and uninsured individuals that are more likely to eat this crap. It also increases the likelihood that if there are less trans fatty oils in the world, then I will not scrunched in between two obese people on the plane next time i fly.

    But the truth is the government has been limiting things from the beginning so I will look for your argument as to why I should be scared that I couldn't find asbestos shingles when I had my house resided last year. Right? I mean that decision was more than 10 years ago and I still have my soul....and my peanut butter capn' crunch.

    That's my argument. LOL all you want...








  2. #32

    Re: New M&T Bank Stadium smoking policy

    Quote Originally Posted by Galen Sevinne View Post
    Ok so you take the stand that "they" take my trans fatty oils away and that will lead to "them" taking my potato chips away, then my steak away, then my house away, then my wife away and ultimately my soul away. Right? It is all incremental and in 10 years I, the blissfully oblivious one, will wake up to find myself on the streets with nothing left because I should have cared more about the trans fatty oils at McDonalds? That's your argument right?

    So did you care when they robbed you of your "liberty" to use asbestos as an insulator? How about when "they" stole the choice of eating red M&M's with red dye # 13 in it? Are you upset that you no longer have a choice to buy a thermometer with real mercury in it now? Do you feel that "they" are closing in your soul as well? How about the day they robbed you of your "liberty" to express yourself with lead-based paint? I bet that was a tough one. Big government is creeping up...

    I don't buy this libertarian slippery slope. It all sounds really paranoid to me. I listen to Brain Wilson each day for as long as I can before I want to break my radio into bits. Everyday he goes on about how if you vote democrat or republican...anything other than libertarian, then you don't love or understand freedom and liberty. These are arguments he makes as well.

    It's a crock of mierda if you ask me. The government has a long history of restricting items and substances that have a negative utilitarian effect on society. That is a good thing to me.

    By limiting trans-fatty oils which doesn't affect me because I can live w/o fried foods but more than that it will prevent me from paying additional health costs down the road for the uneducated and uninsured individuals that are more likely to eat this crap. It also increases the likelihood that if there are less trans fatty oils in the world, then I will not scrunched in between two obese people on the plane next time i fly.

    But the truth is the government has been limiting things from the beginning so I will look for your argument as to why I should be scared that I couldn't find asbestos shingles when I had my house resided last year. Right? I mean that decision was more than 10 years ago and I still have my soul....and my peanut butter capn' crunch.

    That's my argument. LOL all you want...
    I love it.

    Talk about making countless assumptions about me and my views.

    YOU mentioned foods and I provided a link.

    So........I responded to something you said.

    If I own a private business, what F'n right does the government have to tell me to stop allowing a LEGAL activity? Don't like the smoke? Leave.

    Just because YOU can live without transfatty oils doesn't mean the government needs to stick their noses into it and tell everyone what they can and cannot eat. You think that's gonna lower your health care costs by preventing obesity for the uninsured and and uneducated? Boy, you've really bought into the shit they are selling you.

    How about instead of passing idiotic legislation like that they actually concentrate on the true evils that are destroying this city. Nah, let's pass stupid stuff like this and tax the people who actually contribute to society and redistribute their hard earned money to the people who don't do a damn thing. And yes, I will laugh out loud about your flying analogy.

    Why doesn't the government just outlaw smoking then? I mean, it's detrimental right? Causes your healthcare premiums to go up? Well, I think you know exactly why something like that will never happen. Because all those people in government that you think do "good things" don't do it for your benefit, they do it for their own.

    I'm not some paranoid person who thinks my soul will be taken. I just don't walk around with my head in the sand.

    PP




  3. #33

    Re: New M&T Bank Stadium smoking policy

    marijuana is illegal everywhere and i can smoke a joint inside the stadium w/o anyone saying anything to me, so i think people are going to be able to get away with taking a couple drags off of a cig.... good luck enforcing this rule, along with the "no swearing or you lose your psl's" rule...

    land of the free huh?




  4. #34

    Re: New M&T Bank Stadium smoking policy

    What really pisses me off is I can only smoke my weed BEFORE or AFTER the game and it has to be in my car or that little wooded area around Lot O, it doesn't seem fair.




  5. #35

    Re: New M&T Bank Stadium smoking policy

    Quote Originally Posted by ravenmaniac View Post
    What really pisses me off is I can only smoke my weed BEFORE or AFTER the game and it has to be in my car or that little wooded area around Lot O, it doesn't seem fair.




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