This section allows you to view all posts made by this member. Note that you can only see posts made in areas you currently have access to.
Too little too late....
Stupid question but I have to ask, we can go out and buy food and supplies right?
Notice the plywood protection for the parked cars, and the super strong spotlight. That was odd to me.
Something going on. Wonder if it is like the other recent incident were the home owner had to defend himself against the repeat offender juvenile delinquents?
HPD is quickly losing control of the situation, and it's not even that bad yet. Keep your head on a swivel out there folks.
Speaking of diarrhea, COVID-19 is a respiratory disease that does not cause diarrhea. So why are people panic buying TP?
Dnc needed to focus more on wuhan than ukraine.
Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
Ok so what happens if I purchase a gun in a private sale, have a valid, current permit but cannot get in touch with HPD to make an appointment or if I do get one but it exceeds the maximum time allowed to register???
§134-17 Penalties. (a) If any person gives false information or offers false evidence of the person's identity in complying with any of the requirements of this part, that person shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, provided, however that if any person intentionally gives false information or offers false evidence concerning their psychiatric or criminal history in complying with any of the requirements of this part, that person shall be guilty of a class C felony.
(b) Any person who violates section 134-3(a) shall be guilty of a petty misdemeanor.
(c) Any person who violates section 134-2, 134-4, 134-10, 134-15, or 134-16(a) shall be guilty of a misdemeanor. Any person who violates section 134-3(b) shall be guilty of a petty misdemeanor and the firearm shall be confiscated as contraband and disposed of, if the firearm is not registered within five days of the person receiving notice of the violation. [L 1988, c 275, pt of §2; am L 1994, c 204, §9]
Kia Soul. Looked like a lone gunman and guy was a good shot. He did not seem to want to kill people but more just to intimidate. Same house repeatedly targeted. This has feud written all over it.
It is definitely a concern that those who have a loose grip on sanity will be tempted to let their freak flag fly as the lockdown drags on.
It is also a great reminder to have at least one camera that is capable of reading license plates.
crime going to get worse soon.
with no work, no TP, less elderly walking the streets for the homeless to rob. criminals going get desperate
I actually live not too far from that video. scary bc I didn't hear anything about it until now
Do you think those guys will also get hungry if there is not enough food at home?
Why should that be any surprise to you?
Unlike you, who purports to know more than anyone else on this forum; I have very strong views, but am a very open-minded eternal scholar humble to learn things I know very little.
I am 1 of these people. I don't have the cash to buy $1K worth of supplies in 1 sitting. so what I do is buy a little here and a little there. Even 1 Mountain House entree from KM when I'm there just to chit chat. So after a few years, I have enough of what I need. And Mountain House is like the Cadillac of freeeze dried food. If they can't afford $8, then buy a can of spam for $2 or a can of tuna for $1.59.
Same with my mags. Don't wanna buy 10 mags. So when at Prime, before I go home, I buy 1 mag. Then a few weeks later, another mag and so on.
Nice diversion taking away the original premise of this thread.
Your tangent discussion of "baseline budgeting" was very educational, but plays no bearing that the US military budget still needs to be scaled back in favor of other more pressing concerns.
Baseline budgeting is an accounting method the United States Federal Government uses to
develop a budget for future years. Baseline budgeting uses current spending levels as the
"baseline" for establishing future funding requirements and assumes future budgets will equal
the current budget times the inflation rate times the population growth rate.
The science and art of budgeting itself is a standard practice in management.
I have and maintain budgets in my line of work and, as an economist, consult others on their own short and long-term budgets.
Depending on what the organization's goal(s) is/are, budgeting is nothing more than allocating what monies you have to the materials and services you need to meet organizational objectives.
In practice, corruption in the budgeting process usually takes place when those in charge of the budget get sneaky and over-complicate the process to hide their shenanigans.
Any budget should be easy to understand for the common person; if not, the budget is likely misallocating resources unintentionally or intentionally.
there's a mark down aisle at Costco?
I've seen the corner at sams club, but never at costco
The military and pentagon is just as guilty as the WH or Congress. Who do you think both entities consult when drafting the budget? The homeless on the streets?
To say there is no corruption in the ranks of the military is disingenuous.
The military budget needs to be drastically reduced and Trump has to tell them they need to do more with less. In that way, it will force more cost-effective decisions and better uncover the corrupt within the rank and file.
This will definitely free up millions of dollars that should be used elsewhere, as revealed during the current COVID-19 crisis.