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    Here is a riveting piece on the topic put together by the fine folks at dailybleach.com.

    http://dailybleach.com/indiana-town-...d-against-sin/

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    Quote Originally Posted by AllenMontgomery View Post
    Here is a riveting piece on the topic put together by the fine folks at dailybleach.com.

    http://dailybleach.com/indiana-town-...d-against-sin/
    Ok, Allen, you owe me a new keyboard. Mine has my morning Dr. Pepper spewed all over it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigkneedgal View Post
    Ok, Allen, you owe me a new keyboard. Mine has my morning Dr. Pepper spewed all over it!
    With a name like "bigkneedgal" I'm sure you have done worse to your keyboard. Dr. Pepper is neither a doctor nor a pepper and is a complete farse. God Bless.
    Last edited by AllenMontgomery; 12-04-2012 at 08:13 AM. Reason: Busted by the grammar czar...know who else had a grammar czar, HITLER!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AllenMontgomery View Post
    With a name like "bigkneedgal" I'm sure you have done worse to your keyboard. Dr. Pepper is neither a doctor or a pepper and is a complete farse. God Bless.
    Your zingers lose a little zing when you misspell key words and use "or" instead of "nor." I only mention this because I care and I know the smartest guy in the room wants to continue to be. By the way, Dr. Pepper earned the title, while Mr. Pibb fits the bill as a farce.
    "Think of how stupid the average person is, and realize half of them are stupider than that.” –George Carlin

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    After several cups of coffee, and this article,

    http://dailybleach.com/your-move-canuckistan/

    I have come to the conclusion, that it doesn't matter If Allen is just staying in character like Colbert, or he reallly is the vile Christian-alqueda he purports to be. The whole purpose of Satire is to show how ridiculous the very adamant can be. At this, I can say, Bravo. Whether you are brilliant, or extremely misguided, you show how stupid that kind of bigoted outlook on life can be. Is that you Oliver? John boy?
    coming to you live from police state "Kville"

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    Thanks for the tip hideaway...you look like a wholesome boy. If you are ever in southern Alabama look me up and we can get together for some ice cream or a stroll in the woods.

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    Oliver?? John boy?? You can keep guessing, but you will not find what you are looking for. As mentioned earlier I only recently became aware of what you boys are up to in this corner of the internets.

    btw, coffee appears to open your third eye...excellent powers of deduction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AllenMontgomery View Post
    Thanks for the tip hideaway...you look like a wholesome boy. If you are ever in southern Alabama look me up and we can get together for some ice cream or a stroll in the woods.
    We’re all wholesome up here in Happy Gumdrop Fairy-Tale Land as our last election results clearly indicate. Can’t get much more wholesome than carrying the vote for Richard Mourdock! Unfortunately our “too-many-brown-people-in-the-White-House” initiative was lost on those coastal Godless liberals.
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    So; from what I understand, he already purchased the building and now has to find another use for it?...In my opinion, I don't agree with that location, for a strip club, not saying I don't agree for a strip club here in town, at all-wouldn't know where a proper location for one would be, but, not there. It was to my understanding that with the bike trail from Pokagon, being so close, that a man exiting said strip club...say a woman was jogging said bike path, might get a little too hands-on frisky, with said woman-possibly involving rape-as men are only allowed to watched strippers but not to touch. Just my opinion and things I've heard also.
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    Quote Originally Posted by burgundystar77 View Post
    So; from what I understand, he already purchased the building and now has to find another use for it?...In my opinion, I don't agree with that location, for a strip club, not saying I don't agree for a strip club here in town, at all-wouldn't know where a proper location for one would be, but, not there. It was to my understanding that with the bike trail from Pokagon, being so close, that a man exiting said strip club...say a woman was jogging said bike path, might get a little too hands-on frisky, with said woman-possibly involving rape-as men are only allowed to watched strippers but not to touch. Just my opinion and things I've heard also.
    A man is just as likely to rape a woman exiting a strip club as exiting a church, although its the little boys who have the most to fear near any of the houses of worship.
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    Quote Originally Posted by burgundystar77 View Post
    So; from what I understand, he already purchased the building and now has to find another use for it?...In my opinion, I don't agree with that location, for a strip club, not saying I don't agree for a strip club here in town, at all-wouldn't know where a proper location for one would be, but, not there. It was to my understanding that with the bike trail from Pokagon, being so close, that a man exiting said strip club...say a woman was jogging said bike path, might get a little too hands-on frisky, with said woman-possibly involving rape-as men are only allowed to watched strippers but not to touch. Just my opinion and things I've heard also.
    Uh yeah, right.

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    HAH! The state stepped in and gave Butler his liquor license!

    http://www.kpcnews.com/news/latest/h...a4bcf6878.html

    I love this quote from attorney Kim Shoup: “It’s a bit of a slap in the face for the local board. It kind of makes me wonder what the local board is for.”

    Despite his arrogance and obvious personal bias, Shoup isn't an idiot. He knows perfectly well the local board is supposed to grant licenses unless the applicant violates a specific set of circumstances. Butler's application violated NO restrictions, but the local board denied him anyway for their personal reasons (and because they're cowards who didn't want to anger the whiny local churches).

    So the state stepped in and reversed an obviously biased, erroneous decision.

    I mean, surely Shoup, arrogant as he is, isn't so stupid as to need to have something so fundamental to the legal profession as a "higher court" explained to him. This would be like him whining like a little girl when a state court overrules the decision by the local court. Does he wonder why the "local court" exists?

    Sorry, I was trying so hard to keep my disdain for Shoup out of what I wrote, but I think I failed miserably.
    Apples are good,
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    Lemons are rude,
    Bananas are perverted,
    And kumquats are just, plain evil...

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    Quote Originally Posted by evilkumquat View Post
    HAH! The state stepped in and gave Butler his liquor license!

    http://www.kpcnews.com/news/latest/h...a4bcf6878.html

    I love this quote from attorney Kim Shoup: “It’s a bit of a slap in the face for the local board. It kind of makes me wonder what the local board is for.”

    Despite his arrogance and obvious personal bias, Shoup isn't an idiot. He knows perfectly well the local board is supposed to grant licenses unless the applicant violates a specific set of circumstances. Butler's application violated NO restrictions, but the local board denied him anyway for their personal reasons (and because they're cowards who didn't want to anger the whiny local churches).

    So the state stepped in and reversed an obviously biased, erroneous decision.

    I mean, surely Shoup, arrogant as he is, isn't so stupid as to need to have something so fundamental to the legal profession as a "higher court" explained to him. This would be like him whining like a little girl when a state court overrules the decision by the local court. Does he wonder why the "local court" exists?

    Sorry, I was trying so hard to keep my disdain for Shoup out of what I wrote, but I think I failed miserably.
    Well well well what do you know? Apparently there are still people willing to stand up and do their job legally.
    Unlike that local group of clowns, that so blatantly chose to ignore the I.C. code on the transfer!
    Next step is the A.T.C. should disqualify all 3 of them for incompetence and dereliction of duty.
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    Default Re: To strip club, or not to strip club, that is the question?

    Though the old news of keeping a Casino out of our County is yet true but I imagine the bets always were with Butler once the local government paperwork hit Indianapolis

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    So now apparently Fremont is running scared and having an attorney draft legislation to discourage adult businesses.

    The article mentioned "studies have shown negative secondary effects" of strip clubs. This is the usual "lower property values, more crime, etc." ******** argument they always come up with.

    PUBLISH THE ****ING STUDIES! SHOW US THE ****ING DATA! LET US SEE WHAT ******** YOU'RE BASING YOUR DECISIONS ON!

    I want to see actual scientific studies actually showing the "dangers" of adult businesses because I found one and ONLY one study showing an increase in crime and the study was for a BIG city, not a small town like Angola (or Fremont).

    What I HAVE found was several articles all over the country in small towns that added a strip club and the police admitting they saw ZERO increase in crime.

    SHOW US THE ****ING STUDIES YOU HYPOCRITICAL, LYING, ********TING *******S!
    Apples are good,
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    Quote Originally Posted by evilkumquat View Post
    So now apparently Fremont is running scared and having an attorney draft legislation to discourage adult businesses.

    The article mentioned "studies have shown negative secondary effects" of strip clubs. This is the usual "lower property values, more crime, etc." ******** argument they always come up with.

    PUBLISH THE ****ING STUDIES! SHOW US THE ****ING DATA! LET US SEE WHAT ******** YOU'RE BASING YOUR DECISIONS ON!

    I want to see actual scientific studies actually showing the "dangers" of adult businesses because I found one and ONLY one study showing an increase in crime and the study was for a BIG city, not a small town like Angola (or Fremont).

    What I HAVE found was several articles all over the country in small towns that added a strip club and the police admitting they saw ZERO increase in crime.

    SHOW US THE ****ING STUDIES YOU HYPOCRITICAL, LYING, ********TING *******S!
    I think we can look behind the curtain of “property values and crime rates” and see the wizard yanking on the controls. These are the folks who are assured they have superior morality and the rest of us are doomed to one type of eternal punishment or another for our reprehensible belief systems. They are, therefore, incapable of NOT shoving their unquestionable belief down our public throat.
    Who needs studies when you have a water-tight ideology that is unable to accept a community having a wide range of world views?
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    Foolish people get themselves into foolish positions.
    Then they cavalierly waste taxpayer funds by foolishly
    sticking to their foolish ways, to the detriment of all
    concerned. The Moralist's may feel that they have won a
    battle, but it's a battle that can turn on them just as easily
    as it did this business owner. They just can't see that for
    their consensual blindness in the matter, distracts from
    true vision.


    http://www.kpcnews.com/news/latest/h...9bb30f31a.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by No Adventure Is Too Small View Post
    Foolish people get themselves into foolish positions.
    Then they cavalierly waste taxpayer funds by foolishly
    sticking to their foolish ways, to the detriment of all
    concerned. The Moralist's may feel that they have won a
    battle, but it's a battle that can turn on them just as easily
    as it did this business owner. They just can't see that for
    their consensual blindness in the matter, distracts from
    true vision.


    http://www.kpcnews.com/news/latest/h...9bb30f31a.html
    WOW! who wants to bet that some of the e-mails incriminate the council?
    coming to you live from police state "Kville"

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    Quote Originally Posted by blue adept View Post
    WOW! who wants to bet that some of the e-mails incriminate the council?
    Who wants to bet the council makes sure those emails never see the light of day?

    I love how Shoup forwards everything to the religious crusader in Tennessee, who will now get even MORE money from the city.

    That ******* is going to get a huge payday regardless of how much money the city loses in a Federal lawsuit.
    Apples are good,
    Oranges are bad,
    Lemons are rude,
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    And kumquats are just, plain evil...

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    Quote Originally Posted by evilkumquat View Post
    Who wants to bet the council makes sure those emails never see the light of day?

    I love how Shoup forwards everything to the religious crusader in Tennessee, who will now get even MORE money from the city.

    That ******* is going to get a huge payday regardless of how much money the city loses in a Federal lawsuit.
    Thats the beauty here Evil, unless the city has it's own e-mail server, those are stored where the council can't touch them, they will see the light of day!
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