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  • #31
    Originally posted by Turbonium View Post

    Ah yes, normally not, but these things can legally change during a pandemic. No dog in the fight here just found it humorous that one would think they would never see something like this in the US when far worse takes place all of the time.
    Far worse goes on all the time.....Hmmmm I guess if you live on the Southside of Chicago where shootings and killings go on daily then there is some accuracy to your statement. BTW, how old are you to bring up segregation? I’m old and schools were integrated when I started. I hear talk like that garbage all the time how bad it is here and they are clueless to how someone lives in other parts of the world.

    As far as New Mexico is concerned it sounds like Marshall law has taken effect from what y’all are saying. I wonder how fast society in the US could collapse? Every one needs to hunker down I believe Covid is about to get a lot worse. My Mother has contracted it but seems to be getting over it. She lives in a small rural town in Northeast Texas so if Covid is there it’s pretty much everywhere.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by Techster88 View Post

      Far worse goes on all the time.....Hmmmm I guess if you live on the Southside of Chicago where shootings and killings go on daily then there is some accuracy to your statement. BTW, how old are you to bring up segregation? I’m old and schools were integrated when I started. I hear talk like that garbage all the time how bad it is here and they are clueless to how someone lives in other parts of the world.

      As far as New Mexico is concerned it sounds like Marshall law has taken effect from what y’all are saying. I wonder how fast society in the US could collapse? Every one needs to hunker down I believe Covid is about to get a lot worse. My Mother has contracted it but seems to be getting over it. She lives in a small rural town in Northeast Texas so if Covid is there it’s pretty much everywhere.
      Far worse than not being able to go to a store of your choice? Uh yeah, far worse goes on all of the time. I only asked about segregation because society has moved so quickly it can seem like ages ago but the reality is it was embarrassingly recent in our history.

      As far as Chicago goes, yeah, gun violence across the country is a big issues I do agree with you. We can get into specifics of instances of bad, like thousands of US citizens lining up for food in Texas while politicians on both sides of the aisle refuse to help those who voted them in. We now have a president who refuses to at all do his job as he acts like a child who didn't get his way because he lost by a landslide in the election. This is unacceptable no matter what party is acting that way.

      Marshall Law is not at all in effect in New Mexico or any other state, they are simply taking precautions to try and get ahead of the virus. Colorado mountain towns got hit hard and fast early on in this mess due to tourism, lessons need to be learned. Hospitals here are nearing critical capacity yet again and the thing that people don't understand is that once a person is admitted for covid it's not like they are there for a day or two, so the problem of a shortage of beds is compounding as we see cases rising so quickly. Things indeed are looking rather grim regarding our ability to at all control this.

      No matter our agreements or disagreements, I hope everyone here has a safe and happy holiday season over the next few weeks.

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      • #33
        Originally posted by Turbonium View Post

        Far worse than not being able to go to a store of your choice? Uh yeah, far worse goes on all of the time. I only asked about segregation because society has moved so quickly it can seem like ages ago but the reality is it was embarrassingly recent in our history.

        As far as Chicago goes, yeah, gun violence across the country is a big issues I do agree with you. We can get into specifics of instances of bad, like thousands of US citizens lining up for food in Texas while politicians on both sides of the aisle refuse to help those who voted them in. We now have a president who refuses to at all do his job as he acts like a child who didn't get his way because he lost by a landslide in the election. This is unacceptable no matter what party is acting that way.

        Marshall Law is not at all in effect in New Mexico or any other state, they are simply taking precautions to try and get ahead of the virus. Colorado mountain towns got hit hard and fast early on in this mess due to tourism, lessons need to be learned. Hospitals here are nearing critical capacity yet again and the thing that people don't understand is that once a person is admitted for covid it's not like they are there for a day or two, so the problem of a shortage of beds is compounding as we see cases rising so quickly. Things indeed are looking rather grim regarding our ability to at all control this.

        No matter our agreements or disagreements, I hope everyone here has a safe and happy holiday season over the next few weeks.
        Good post.

        Far worse is also in Dallas!! 222 homicides as of Sunday....more than all of 2019 and the most im over a decade. Houston is alreadyvat 345!!! On pace for over 400!! I mean its not the 700 in Chicago.....but its getting BAD. I believe COVID is to blame for the increase in violent crimes around the country.

        THINGS ARE NOT GOOD right now in the US. In January, a lot of good was taking place.....since March everything has gone CRAZY. If we do not UNITE as Americans, it's gonna be a long, nasty 4-6 years ahead.

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        • #34
          Originally posted by Turbonium View Post

          Far worse than not being able to go to a store of your choice? Uh yeah, far worse goes on all of the time. I only asked about segregation because society has moved so quickly it can seem like ages ago but the reality is it was embarrassingly recent in our history.

          As far as Chicago goes, yeah, gun violence across the country is a big issues I do agree with you. We can get into specifics of instances of bad, like thousands of US citizens lining up for food in Texas while politicians on both sides of the aisle refuse to help those who voted them in. We now have a president who refuses to at all do his job as he acts like a child who didn't get his way because he lost by a landslide in the election. This is unacceptable no matter what party is acting that way.

          Marshall Law is not at all in effect in New Mexico or any other state, they are simply taking precautions to try and get ahead of the virus. Colorado mountain towns got hit hard and fast early on in this mess due to tourism, lessons need to be learned. Hospitals here are nearing critical capacity yet again and the thing that people don't understand is that once a person is admitted for covid it's not like they are there for a day or two, so the problem of a shortage of beds is compounding as we see cases rising so quickly. Things indeed are looking rather grim regarding our ability to at all control this.

          No matter our agreements or disagreements, I hope everyone here has a safe and happy holiday season over the next few weeks.
          Yes, segregation was an eyesore no doubt. I really don’t know if anyone on this board is old enough to have firsthand knowledge of equal but separate. But I get your point.

          When I think of common people in China, Russia, Eastern Europe, South America, Indonesia, India, North Korea, all parts of Africa and Southern Europe and I’m sure I’ve missed some other spots we have no idea of far worse. We are candy azzes compared to what those folks deal with on a daily basis. They have Covid also except no one to diagnose them and no money to get qualified treatment. I for one know the US isn’t perfect but I’d much rather be here than those places.

          Landslide election? The only landslide was in Colorado and some errand rocks must’ve hit you in the head! That election was ran like some third world country. Embarrassing when you think about with all the computer sophistication we have that election and all votes should been turned in and counted election night no excuses. Although it really never has effected me regardless who is in office I’m too far down the totem pole.

          And as far as politicians go they are gonna look out for themselves first. If you put your faith in any Government be ready to be very disappointed.

          Covid is real and I hope everyone takes every precaution and respects others. Have yourself a Turkey leg for me Turbo on Thursday. Happy Thanksgiving

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          • #35
            Originally posted by Techster88 View Post

            Yes, segregation was an eyesore no doubt. I really don’t know if anyone on this board is old enough to have firsthand knowledge of equal but separate. But I get your point.

            When I think of common people in China, Russia, Eastern Europe, South America, Indonesia, India, North Korea, all parts of Africa and Southern Europe and I’m sure I’ve missed some other spots we have no idea of far worse. We are candy azzes compared to what those folks deal with on a daily basis. They have Covid also except no one to diagnose them and no money to get qualified treatment. I for one know the US isn’t perfect but I’d much rather be here than those places.

            Landslide election? The only landslide was in Colorado and some errand rocks must’ve hit you in the head! That election was ran like some third world country. Embarrassing when you think about with all the computer sophistication we have that election and all votes should been turned in and counted election night no excuses. Although it really never has effected me regardless who is in office I’m too far down the totem pole.

            And as far as politicians go they are gonna look out for themselves first. If you put your faith in any Government be ready to be very disappointed.

            Covid is real and I hope everyone takes every precaution and respects others. Have yourself a Turkey leg for me Turbo on Thursday. Happy Thanksgiving
            I'll be cooking up some filet mignon, turkey isn't my thing but much appreciated!

            P.S. I used the term landslide election to mock Trump who said he won in a landslide the last time around with the same electoral college numbers he just lost by, the only difference is that he lost the popular vote while Biden handily won that this year. All of the votes being counted the same night as the election isn't a thing, this idea is nothing more than fake news from Trump. Typically there are enough votes counted by now that the losing party concedes, Trump instead threw a tantrum. Surely no one expected anything differently...right?

            https://www.washingtonpost.com/polit...-election-day/
            https://projects.fivethirtyeight.com...esults-timing/

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            • #36
              Originally posted by Great White Buffalo View Post
              Western New Mexico is on Wt's schedule.
              Tell me again why ENMU is not playing??
              That's interesting, because neither ENMU nor WNMU are on the LSC schedule as released. They may play some games as non-conference, but not an LSC schedule.
              Who was the first person to look at a cow and say, "I think I'll squeeze these dangly things here, and drink whatever comes out?"

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              • #37
                Originally posted by JavsFan View Post

                That's interesting, because neither ENMU nor WNMU are on the LSC schedule as released. They may play some games as non-conference, but not an LSC schedule.
                You are correct, they are not LSC games

                The Great White Buffalo has Returned

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by Turbonium View Post

                  How many pandemics have you been around for? As stated, there is a legal apparatus that allows for travel to be restricted. Yes it is difficult but each state must do what it thinks best during these rather strange times. If the biggest problem someone has to complain about is having to go to a different grocery store then things sound pretty okay to me and I think they'll survive.
                  Study history, often times the very things that dictators and tyrants build their reasoning upon for doing what they do is public safety. We wrote a constitution that severely restricts government fir a reason.

                  The road to hell is paved with good intentions..
                  I have fat thumbs sorry for typos!

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by Boohaha View Post

                    Study history, often times the very things that dictators and tyrants build their reasoning upon for doing what they do is public safety. We wrote a constitution that severely restricts government fir a reason.

                    The road to hell is paved with good intentions..
                    Lol. You're just too much sometimes, good stuff.

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by Turbonium View Post

                      Lol. You're just too much sometimes, good stuff.
                      Laugh it off all you want its the truth.

                      Veneszuela.....
                      I have fat thumbs sorry for typos!

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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by Boohaha View Post

                        Study history, often times the very things that dictators and tyrants build their reasoning upon for doing what they do is public safety. We wrote a constitution that severely restricts government fir a reason.

                        The road to hell is paved with good intentions..
                        Boo, the argument you made was that the NM Governor did not have the right to do what they are doing. That is somehow takes away your constitutional rights. That is incorrect. Based on Public Health Emergencies, the NM statutes grants special Executive Order rights to your Governor. This information is readily available for your reading.

                        I suggest ALL citizens read the US Constitution front to back; Read their State's Constitution and ALL Statutes. They will then be well educated on their rights and better versed when these topics come up.

                        Have a SAFE & HAPPY Thanksgiving! Be THANKFUL you are alive and healthy to enjoy another Thanksgiving.

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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by Boohaha View Post

                          Study history, often times the very things that dictators and tyrants build their reasoning upon for doing what they do is public safety. We wrote a constitution that severely restricts government fir a reason.

                          The road to hell is paved with good intentions..
                          Boohaha, I agree with you that Big Brother especially Democrats are for Big Intrusive Governments. They believe the village raises your child and you are just a participant. I believe you raise your child and direct them on the path for success. That being said these are unusually difficult times. Just relax and bide your time and if things don’t change after the vaccines are distributed then we got real problems. But as for now just be respectful of others and hopefully your Governor has the best intentions.

                          FYI I have NEVER been a member of any political party. Shocking I know!

                          I will tell you this. I was at Walmart in Houston last week and I went to buy some ammo and noticed they only had two guns for sale in their whole inventory. I asked the guy about it and he said they are selling guns faster than they can get the truckloads in. He told me that gun sales are setting records all over the state. These are crazy times.

                          Hopefully this is not contributing to the murder rates Pops noted in Dallas and Houston earlier in the thread.

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                          • #43
                            Originally posted by Techster88 View Post

                            Boohaha, I agree with you that Big Brother especially Democrats are for Big Intrusive Governments. They believe the village raises your child and you are just a participant. I believe you raise your child and direct them on the path for success. That being said these are unusually difficult times. Just relax and bide your time and if things don’t change after the vaccines are distributed then we got real problems. But as for now just be respectful of others and hopefully your Governor has the best intentions.

                            FYI I have NEVER been a member of any political party. Shocking I know!

                            I will tell you this. I was at Walmart in Houston last week and I went to buy some ammo and noticed they only had two guns for sale in their whole inventory. I asked the guy about it and he said they are selling guns faster than they can get the truckloads in. He told me that gun sales are setting records all over the state. These are crazy times.

                            Hopefully this is not contributing to the murder rates Pops noted in Dallas and Houston earlier in the thread.
                            Yeah its funny how certain parts of Texas are reacting to the virus. In Austin and surrounding suburbs (Lockhart) you would get asked and reminded about masks and if it was essential where you are going at the start of it. In Montgomery county no one gives a crap about either enforcing or wearing masks for the most part now. Also there was plenty of ammo to buy around Austin. Here not so much.

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                            • #44
                              Originally posted by ASUPops View Post

                              Boo, the argument you made was that the NM Governor did not have the right to do what they are doing. That is somehow takes away your constitutional rights. That is incorrect. Based on Public Health Emergencies, the NM statutes grants special Executive Order rights to your Governor. This information is readily available for your reading.

                              I suggest ALL citizens read the US Constitution front to back; Read their State's Constitution and ALL Statutes. They will then be well educated on their rights and better versed when these topics come up.

                              Have a SAFE & HAPPY Thanksgiving! Be THANKFUL you are alive and healthy to enjoy another Thanksgiving.
                              I dont think this is what they had in mind with the law in question.

                              That is the problem today, poorly written laws that ambitious executives use to go WAY beyond what they should do..
                              I have fat thumbs sorry for typos!

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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by Boohaha View Post

                                I dont think this is what they had in mind with the law in question.

                                That is the problem today, poorly written laws that ambitious executives use to go WAY beyond what they should do..
                                HAPPY THANKSGIVING!

                                I am thankful for all my freedom!! Especially freedom of speech.

                                And the freedom to choose white or dark turkey. ;)

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