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4 days ago.
by NasCarNut
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Barack Obama Legacy

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harryanderson

Rt. 50 is not an "interstate," meaning it has lower standards.

Interstates, like 77 or 64, are what highway planners call "limited access" highways. It's the highest standard. No bikes, with very rare exceptions.

Rt. 50, or Corridor D, like Corridors H and G, are classified "controlled access." Bikes generally permitted.

Posted 70 days ago.

Stillhere

I guess i called that one, too bad for the poor biker hope he heals. The problem is that they are blocked from the back by a van moving 10 mph. While they do have thier flashers on , fee expect to come up on a vehicle so quickly in a 65 mph zone. The slightest inattentive moment and you are in a bad place quickly. I dont know how its legal to go so slowly on an interstate, I thought there was a minimum safe speed

Posted 70 days ago.

moderation

(-;

Posted 70 days ago.

absolem

moderation, while very sad news you report, it is indicative of the issues that race our two-wheel pedaling friends when they share the road. i do enjoy seeing the colorful pack of riders where i live. they seem to be as courteous as possible and follow the rules of the road. we do need to pay attention to any moving bodies of mass around us as we made damage it or it may damage us. i vote..."do not damage".

Posted 70 days ago.

moderation

The third place male, since somewhere in kansas, rider was hit in dodridge county yesterday and suffered a fractured skull along with some other injuries. He was 'placed' in a medically induced coma for a life flight transport. I haven't heard anything more about his condition.

Posted 71 days ago.

Stillhere

I too saw the bike riders in Parkersburg on Rt 50, dangerous as heck, driving in in the right lane at 10 mph with van behind, someone is gonna get killed

Posted 71 days ago.

absolem

Moderation......that's a pretty cool thing to be doing. I am happy for you.

Posted 71 days ago.

Kunectdots

moderation - My options, in 2008, was to vote for a known quantity, Hillary, or an unknown (as it turns out, un-vetted) quantity with Barack Obama.

If your implying that I was a 'special kind of stupid', for voting for Obama, then later b!tching about his performance, that hardly seems fair, or American for that matter.

What were my options in 2008? I don't recall anyone named "moderation" being on here back then saying, "No, wait! Obama has too much hidden baggage to be permitted to become the most powerful man on Earth!" That was the media's responsibility and they failed miserably. BY THE WAY, I was honest enough to confess my mistake by giving him my vote ONCE. Who did you vote for?

As for Hillary, STILL A KNOWN QUANTITY - only worse than in 2008 - I'll vote against her AGAIN even if Mickey Mouse is her only opponent.

Posted 71 days ago.

moderation

I have been in athens watching some of the RAMM bicyclists coming through town on rt.#50, from California, on their way to the finish in Maryland.It's a twelve day race, and a few finish in as few as eight days.There no bull sheet in this competition.

Posted 71 days ago.

moderation

Speaking of O'N , I could enjoy his contributions on this site(as well?).

Posted 71 days ago.

moderation

Good afternoon, absolem. Life is good. John Boehner wants to change that for many.How are things for you? Well, I hope.

Posted 71 days ago.

absolem

hi there moderation. how's your world today?

Posted 71 days ago.

BeRight

I see the Blacks and Liberals are up in arms about the Stars and Bars. One we get that Flag banned I am sure the murder rates in Chicago, Philadelphia and Baltimore will plunge to zero.

Barry can hang his hat on that one also.

Posted 71 days ago.

moderation

'"White shame' is not a new phenomenon! There is plenty of evidence out there showing it was an integral element propelling Obama into the presidency." -kunecdots Again,kunec,you remind us of your claim to have supported and voted for Barry in his first presidential bid.It has always been puzzling, given your unending criticism of his performance, how you could have so grossly misinterpreted his political positions.It is quite clear, now. It was 'white shame', not a 'special kind of stupid'.(-;

Posted 71 days ago.

Ohwiseone

So very frightened that Hillary will win the nomination ! How much longer til election ?

Posted 72 days ago.

Kunectdots

'White shame' is not a new phenomenon! There is plenty of evidence out there showing it was an integral element propelling Obama into the presidency.

Hillary isn't so unabashedly embarrassed to ask for 'entitlement'. "Don't you sometime want to a woman as President of the United States?"...like it's a mandatory prerogative of our success as a nation.

Posted 72 days ago.

NasCarNut

Now people are ashamed of being White.

I'm no more ashamed of being white than I am proud of being white...

Posted 72 days ago.

BeRight

‘Black’ Texan Whose Birth Parents Are White Is Outraged Over Rachel Dolezal’s Deceit

Verda Byrd, who was adopted by black parents as a child, found out some 70 years later her heritage. She says her situation differs from the former NAACP leader's.

Verda Byrd recently found out after about seven decades of living as a black woman that she was born to white parents. Although some may view Byrd's situation as vaguely similar to that of Rachel Dolezal's recent outing as white by her parents after several years of her passing as black, Byrd is vehement that her case is not the same, KHOU reports. "She lied about her race," Byrd said. "I didn't lie about my race because I didn't know."

We have come a long way under Obama. Now people are ashamed of being White.

That is what I call progress.

Can I still cling to my guns and religion?

Posted 72 days ago.

BeRight

That interview was conducted in a Garage. Fitting.

Posted 72 days ago.

Kunectdots

NasCarNut - You are absolutely correct that Obama " is not the first president to use “******,”—he’s merely the first one not to use it as a slur."

Ever hear the one about President Lyndon Johnson (Dem - TX) bragging about how, "I'll have those “N*****s” voting Democratic for the next two hundred years" in regard to his push for the Civil Rights laws?

"Some Of The Lost History In The Civil Rights Movement"

h ttp://canadafreepress.c om/article/40889

Posted 73 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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