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About Pauly

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    Pauly
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    Ohio
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    2008 FZ6
    2013 VN17

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  1. Pauly

    I'm baaaaaaakkkkk!

    I am not setting sag. I am eating food and drinking beer.
  2. Pauly

    I'm baaaaaaakkkkk!

    Turdasaurus Flex
  3. 57 and rain means no bicycle. I might bring the Kaw. I probably will drive the car.
  4. Pauly

    What did you do to your bike today?

    Sam, I will take a look on Saturday. Jim, go fuck yourself.
  5. Pauly

    What did you do to your bike today?

    I am a fan of setting everything at the very middle and working from there.
  6. Pauly

    Honest question.

    The original question is whether or not they should be allowed to vote since they have paid their debt to society. Clearly, you feel former convicted felons should be held to the current standard. So, you have answered the question. I feel Americans are too stupid to know how to govern themselves and should be restricted from voting without some sort of empirical evidence demonstrating above-average intelligence. I view denying released citizens their constitutional rights as a failure.
  7. Pauly

    Honest question.

    Weren't we discussing the merits of holding released persons to a different standard than other citizens?
  8. Pauly

    Honest question.

    Yeah, but it is still non-enforceable thought policing.
  9. Pauly

    Honest question.

    You will need a stronger argument than that to convince me that imposing extended punishment that is not enforceable by any stretch of the police budget is even slightly in the same ball park as speeding violations. My immediate counter is one is an infraction based on physical evidence that is provable by eye witness account and velocity measuring technology. The other is a punitive action for a crime not yet committed.
  10. Pauly

    Honest question.

    How long do we make them pay for their crimes after our justice system has decreed they have paid for their crimes? Since every person with a functioning brain knows gun restrictions will not keep these baddies from acquiring a firearm, exactly how does one reconcile this point of view with reality and reason?
  11. Pauly

    Chain lube myth

    Motorcycle tire manufacturers are scamming the market with round tires. I just spooned a BFG Longtrail to my bike and it handles perfectly.
  12. Pauly

    Honest question.

    If we are being honest, I feel most people should not own a firearm or be allowed to vote based purely on the fact that they are too fucking stupid. However, civil liberties, founding fathers, constitution, yada-yada.... Freedom is a messy business. Either we all are equal or we are not. I don't like the idea of ex-convicts walking around with access to firearms, but I seriously doubt they really are a huge threat to society. Nevermind the fact that laws don't keep guns out of the hands of felons. We should look at why going back to crime is such a popular option for a lot of these individuals. Privatized prisons could be a good place to begin looking. Lack of emotional and spiritual support is a big factor. Not necessarily "Jesus loves the little children..." type of spirituality. I mean the real shit that helps a person connect with something greater than himself. Honest soul searching. Honest societal forgiveness. No more shame-inducing policies that only exacerbate the hardships that ex-cons face when they are released into society. I mean... are we REALLY going to talk about it? The average American voter is about as intelligent as a fire hydrant. Can we even solve real intellectual issues with voting ballots when the vast majority of the populace is running around town square with double-digit intelligence quotients?
  13. Pauly

    unOFFICIAL Thanks Trump thread.

    Majorally funded? 2% of their budget is non-direct funding from the CPB. About 6% of their funding comes from federal, state and local governments. However, I did hear Koolaid was sponsoring a phone drive soon. You might want to mark your calendar.
  14. Pauly

    I'm baaaaaaakkkkk!

    Hand me the fob to that Wing and I will show you fast.
  15. Pauly

    NEO Dinner Monday April 22 @ 6:30PM @ Rick Roush

    I got an email today with homework inside. I will be out, but only long enough to push Jim's Wing over. Speaking of wings... what are we eating?
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