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January 10 - And this is for the person who wrote about the three wise women. How old are you? T
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And this is for the person ... who wrote about the three wise women. ... How old are you? Ten?

Accordin' to Georgia vehicle code 40-6-248.1 paragraph D ... agricultural products blowin' from a farm to forest or to a processin' plant or mill don't fall under littering. Well, that's only if it's considered ... organic debris ... which, if you check around to these local cotton ... mmm, none of it's organic. ... Do you have any idea what organic means? ... That's chemical regulation. ... And there's not any organic cotton fields here. ... So, the debris falling is not organic. Therefore, it is considered litter. That's obviously a loophole. That must've been the point. Thank ya. Have a good day!

Regarding the professor ... who ... sicced his dog on the cat and ordered it to tear apart and kill the cat: this is why we need vigilante justice ... to rid the world ... of scum ... of cowards, of bullies and parasites.

I thought teachers and professors ... were supposed to be role models. What a great role model he is. ... Maybe the professor ... Maybe a dog needs to grab him and ... sling him around like a rag dog to see how that ... helpless cat felt.

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