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general furry discussion / Re: Non-performance uses for Fursuits?
« Last post by Michen_S on Today at 01:49:57 pm »
I think the head is better SUITED as cat toy.
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President Trump talks about patriotism, yet his wife had to remind
him to put his hand over his heart when the anthem was played.
That shows it wasn't something he usually did. Also he did his best
to stay out of the Vietnam war, claiming his feet were bad.So to  me
Trump is nothing but a hypocrite when it comes to being a patriot.

He said those who aren't patriotic should leave the country. Well in
that case Trump should resign and move to Russia.

As long as white nationalists run the government we will see racial
abuse to minorities and lack of respect for LGBT and women. Perhaps 
those who hate immigrants should be returned to the country their 
ancestors came from.

President Trump backs up and says he will meet with the N Korean leader.
Perhaps he saw his hopes for a Nobel Prize take wing. If peace with N
Korea is oobtained it will be due to the S Korean president, not Trump.

Trump proves he doesn't care for the rule of law by his demand to investigate
the Special counsel investigation prior to its completion. An act that does much
more to disrupt the rule of law in our country. Trump continues to act like
he is some kind of a dictator. He lies to his supporters to keep them in
the dark about his ambitions and those of his friends. It was reported
Trump told a news person that he was calling the media fake so his
supporters would believe his lies instead of the facts. I paraphrased it
but that was the meaning. He was also reported to say he got cheers
when calling fake Hispanics bad people. He plans to keep doing it.

During Trumps campign he hired a lot of people to cheer and start
chants when he spoke. It's very likely he still hires people to  do
the same in all his rallies.. 

You can find out more at the following links.
www.msnbc.com

www.investigaterussia.org
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general non-furry discussion / Re: What really "grinds your gears"?
« Last post by Old Rabbit on Today at 07:52:00 am »
People with really bad BO who get on the bus.  >:(  x_x
People with really bad BO in general. >:(
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Yes and those with gas too.  x_x
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general furry discussion / Re: Non-performance uses for Fursuits?
« Last post by Kay Alett on May 25, 2018, 05:18:09 pm »
Cut into smaller pieces and use as napkins during lunch and dinner.
:o *gasp* Sacrilege Kobuk! You can't cut up a fursuit! Are you mad?! For shaaaaame on you. >:(
You have to keep it completely whole when you use it a napkin for your food. 8)
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general non-furry discussion / Re: What really "grinds your gears"?
« Last post by Kay Alett on May 25, 2018, 05:14:18 pm »
People with really bad BO who get on the bus.  >:(  x_x
People with really bad BO in general. >:(
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furry greetings / Re: Where's my chair at? (old member return)
« Last post by Kay Alett on May 25, 2018, 05:07:36 pm »
Welcome back to Furtopia! Ooh, Kit Kat bars are so good, do you happen to have dark chocolate ones??

 :D
Dark chocolate? "dark chocolate" she says. I have kit kats of all kinds! For I am Furtopia's #1 presenter of kit kat candies!
*passes you a pack of dark chocolate kit kats.

*grabs bars triumphantly, runs away*

They're mine! ALL MINE!! THANK YOU!!

Save some for everybody else, you greedy dinosaur!  >:(


Anyway........Welcome back, Kay! Here's a complimentary coupon to Kobuk's Kafe & Koffee Shop. *hands you a coupon* It's for buy any lunch sandwich meal and get a 20 oz. bottled beverage free. My cafe offers hot and cold sandwiches, soup, salads, small selection of bakery items, various small bags of chips, and various beverages like coffee, juices, and water. Open 9am to 7pm.  :)

Oooh sounds tasty!
*shimmies happily* :)
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general furry discussion / Re: Non-performance uses for Fursuits?
« Last post by Kobuk on May 25, 2018, 10:32:39 am »
Cut into smaller pieces and use as napkins during lunch and dinner.
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furry greetings / Re: Where's my chair at? (old member return)
« Last post by Kobuk on May 25, 2018, 10:30:19 am »
Welcome back to Furtopia! Ooh, Kit Kat bars are so good, do you happen to have dark chocolate ones??

 :D
Dark chocolate? "dark chocolate" she says. I have kit kats of all kinds! For I am Furtopia's #1 presenter of kit kat candies!
*passes you a pack of dark chocolate kit kats.

*grabs bars triumphantly, runs away*

They're mine! ALL MINE!! THANK YOU!!

Save some for everybody else, you greedy dinosaur!  >:(


Anyway........Welcome back, Kay! Here's a complimentary coupon to Kobuk's Kafe & Koffee Shop. *hands you a coupon* It's for buy any lunch sandwich meal and get a 20 oz. bottled beverage free. My cafe offers hot and cold sandwiches, soup, salads, small selection of bakery items, various small bags of chips, and various beverages like coffee, juices, and water. Open 9am to 7pm.  :)
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general non-furry discussion / Re: What really "grinds your gears"?
« Last post by Kobuk on May 25, 2018, 10:22:21 am »
People with really bad BO who get on the bus.  >:(  x_x
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general non-furry discussion / Re: What really "grinds your gears"?
« Last post by Old Rabbit on May 25, 2018, 09:12:03 am »
A system of justest attempts to give all members of a society
equall protection under it's laws. Unfortunately down through
history the rich and powerful have generally had a advantage
over the weak and the poor. Perhaps to give some legal protection
to lawmakers and leadership is needed. But should not be due to
riches or influence.

Greed continues to influence laws and those who work with the
legal system. Lawyers desiring wealth would not be in favor of 
limiting fees, or being required to  defend the poor with all the
zeal they would for a rich person.

I am sure many debates about how people are treated under the
law are made in law schools. Still the system generally favor's
the rich and powerful.

I doubt if there is any way to be fair to all, but I have always felt
the legal system should want to find the truth. With the truth
known, guilt or innocent is almost always revealed. Finding the
truth first would tend to  balance the system, and to hold prosecutors
responsible if found they broke the law to gain favor should help too. As
is a man or woman can spend years in prison due to a prosecutor   
wanting to keep his/her job receives little or no punishment.

With the truth decided then the guilty could receive a hearing to determen
any punishment. His/her legal defense would be provided by the state to keep
the defendants money or power irrelevant.

In cases where the truth can't be found we could fall back on the current
system. Still the prosecution should be held responsible for hiding any truths
or facts with the possibility of punishment.

I am sure law schools wish to maintain the status quo, but change should be
considered, or power will largely prevail.

I am sure there are cases where this might be unfair, but we should try to improve
the legal system.





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