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  1. catocom

    Get ready for the redistribution of your retirement account

    Jim, and Goth.... you ain't seen nothin' yet. This pres has 2 more years minimum atm, to do whatever he wants. He's untouchable. He's above the law. Even the lesser people under him are above the law. Nobody, I mean absolutely Nobody, with be prosecuted for Anything, unless the pres. 'wills' it...
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    this is obviously an inside job.

    Sorry, but that went out with the so-called 'civil war'.
  3. catocom

    Taking a Face break

    I'm not as active here as I once was, but I pop in fairly regular. Sometimes I take a notion to do some posting, and sometimes just browse a little. I probably do frequent here a little more than Facebook though.
  4. catocom

    Joseph McClendon III or Anthony Robbins?

    Neroliguistics can actually be a very useful tool. The mind is a powerful thing. I don't think I'd be trying walking across any hot coals barefooted at ones of his seminars though. :p
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    Well, welcome to socialized medicine in America

    I know very few people that have seen much difference, but really just now things are just starting to change some, and the website can't even stay up.
  6. catocom

    How can this be?

    Troops are still getting killed in Afghanistan often, and you hear very little, if anything, about whats going on over there. IMHO there should be daily news updates, ans several times a day. Instead most networks are focusing on stupid shit, and partisan political bullshit.
  7. catocom

    Someone is going to jail ...

    for some reason this reminds me of the joke Jay Leno told last night. He said: Bruce Jenner, and his wife Kris made a sex tape together, and were offered 3 million dollars, to destroy it. :D
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    Joseph McClendon III or Anthony Robbins?

    I was really into Robbins 15-20 years ago. Not so much now. I think it's not healthy to put your faith too much in people, or especially one person too much. I personally am set on some of my thinking, but try my best to keep an open mind in many areas, and search for several sources on some...
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    Robbins was one of the first I heard talk about "Neuro-linguistic programming". That it worked. I hadn't heard him contradict that. These latter years he has gotten off track it seems to me, and hasn't done as well. Self improvement is a good thing, but you have to be careful who, and what...
  10. catocom

    Goal Setting

    I think setting small goals to start with is the best. Think big for long term, but start small, but keep increasing gradually until you find your 'spot'. [Clint Eastwood] A man's got to know his limitations. ...(or person in any case)
  11. catocom

    Drink More Water!

    yeah, I was drinking no straight water. I was all cola all day, but I drink way more water now. I use one of those Brita filtered pitchers. I think it's about the least expensive on filters, or buying bottled water. I use a filter way more than the life-span is supposed to be though. :p
  12. catocom

    Food Vs. Exercise - Where To Start?

    I can't exesize the way I need to because of physical limitations in my lower body, so I Have to change what and how much I eat. I way I've found is best for me, and it's not esy to start with, is to fast as much as possible for at least 3 days, then it makes it easier to start back on regular...
  13. catocom

    What song are you currently listening to?

    Enuff Z'Nuff - Fly High Michelle
  14. catocom

    The Terrifying Future of The United States

    well, I personally reserve a harsh review like that for Jerry Springer type stuff. If you make everything 'special', then nothing is special. :D
  15. catocom

    The Terrifying Future of The United States

    yeah I watched it. It's not the fyture. It's NOW. Informative to those who may stick their head in the sand, but too much dead space in the vid with the fire, clouds, and old used looking 8mm effect.
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    The Terrifying Future of The United States

    Glad I could be of service, finding common ground between you and Goth. :p
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    The Terrifying Future of The United States

    I think not about the comparison. Dentistry has more 'absolutes', as peoples political climate as you call it, is not predictable because many people aren't predictable. Despite what some may think. "You can fool some of the people some of the time..." OP? there's a bunch of OPs. To which do...
  18. catocom

    DUI Checkpoint Silence

    What I believe in, and what is actual law, unfortunately are 2 different things. I don't happen to be king.
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    DUI Checkpoint Silence

    All I know is, if you put anything inside 50 feet from the centerline, the state will take it, of whatever they want to do, and you won't win ANY court case, if one is filed. Maybe that's a state law, and I'm not sure exactly how it work on interstates... I believe in individual liberty, and...
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    DUI Checkpoint Silence

    If it was a property issue, I'm with ya, but the road belongs to the state. Now if I were a truck driver, I might look at it different too. They ought to wave them through, unless there's a specific reason.