Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Florida Sucks!

and you know that's true!

Monday, April 26, 2010

Those Crazy Folks In Arizona And Their New immigration Laws

Ladies and gentlemen, it is finally a cold day in hell for me. for the first time that I can remember, I am siding with a Republican law. Sorry ACLU, Al Sharpton, and the remainder of those bleeding hearts out there who think that it is wrong for a state to do something about an influx of illegals coming into the state every day. the federal government has done nothing to stop the flow of illegals, and they have had plenty of time to come up with a plan that works. Now. it is our turn!
My family owns quite a bit of land in and around Tucson, which happens to be 40 miles or so from the U.S./Mexico border. Much of the property is located in between the city and the border and we've had more than our share of illegals cutting through our fences, stealing our tools or whatever they can find, and harassing our employees. I guess that we could help them out with their fears of racial profiling by just shooting them when they are caught on our turf. We can do that if we so desire.
Anyway. here is the problem which I beleive many people are having with the new law.

…state and local police to determine the status of people if there is “reasonable suspicion” that they are illegal immigrants and to arrest people who are unable to provide documentation proving they are in the country legally.
It also makes it a crime to transport someone who is an illegal immigrant and to hire day laborers off the street.

Everyone seems to be worrying about "racial profiling.” So what? You cannot move the illegals out of the state/country unless you know who you are looking for. Everyone knows that it is the Latino persuasion who produces the most illegals in the state of Arizona. In many cases, those Latino's who are here legally have a habit of placing their illegal friends and relatives in their own homes in order to keep them from getting arrested and deported.
Asking for an i.d. and/or legal documents for proof that you belong here is not racial and it isn't profiling! that is just the way that things have to be for the time being.
Critics and those other bleeding hearts can rant and rave all that you want, but, something has to be done about this problem. 70 percent of Arizona voters approve of this measure so the rest of you jack-asses can get over it. If you have a better idea that will solve the problem and that will actually work, then lets hear it!
I didn't think so.
Arizona Governor, Jan Brewer:
"We in Arizona have been more than patient waiting for Washington to act, but decades of inaction and misguided policy have created a dangerous and unacceptable situation."

Sunday, April 25, 2010

Marlboro Snus hits The Shelves...

... and I just started using this stuff on Sunday,April 25Th.
The Marlboro version of snus comes in 4 varieties-- Rich,Mild,Peppermint and Spearmint. i chose to sample the " Rich" version of the product. I went into my local convenience store this morning and I paid $3.99 for the product. Marlboro's snus version differs from Camel's in a couple of ways.
1) Marlboro cost #3.99 for only 6 pouches. Camel gives you 15 pouches for around $4.99 since the introductory special has lapsed.
2) "Rich" flavor has some kick to it. to much kick for my taste. When I placed the pouch in between my cheek and gums, Marlboro tasted like chewing tobacco to me. I could live with that.
3) Marlboro will last in your mouth for 30 minutes according to the packaging. I had the first pouch in my mouth for close to 45 minutes and it still worked as far as killing the craving for a smoke went. It might have lasted longer, but my stomach was beginning to get a little queasy so I tossed it.
As I have stated at the beginning, that was only the first pouch, so I've still 6 more to go.
We'll see what happens.