And whosoever shall exalt himself shall be humbled; and whosoever shall humble himself shall be exalted. - Matthew 23:12
leave the damn hot dog vendors sell to folks who want to eat their fares. If they are good dogs, they will stay in business and have good customer service. If not, they will go away (out of business).
Police should stick to actually protecting the public. So, that means wait until someone calls for help or write traffic tickets. No offense, it's a tough job and you cannot make everyone happy. Well guess what, that's not your job either.
we don't know how lucky we are to have access to the local agriculture that we do; however, we also seem to easily forget how many dairy and crop farms there actually once were in this great growing region of the State of NC. Blessed be those who provide our sustaining food and goods.
liberalism is great...until it becomes apparent that 'the state' runs the show and you are 'free' to do whatever you want... except that list of things you can't do grows larger and larger.
agreed - there's no way to 'outlaw' fighting in the game. if you do this, other ways to express frustration/aggression will develop - this could be more dangerous than a simple 60 second delay to pick up gloves and sticks.
I don't love the fighting, but it's a part of the lore of the game, and it does serve a purpose in the intimidation portion of the competition.
welcome to the police state!
you can't even enjoy your holidays the way you choose, you get to abide by the rules, and be happy about it too, or they might find something else wrong with what you are doing.
thanks for a well rounded article, I appreciate seeing this type of article in the Indy.
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