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Gotcha.

I think at this point we can assume he's not going to do that again for the foreseeable future. wink.gif
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If Z'd asked for bail, yeah. Apparently he waited.

Also, in other news a cartoonist for a college student newspaper was fired for this "racist" cartoon:

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Why is the book's title written across both covers?
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Or maybe it was for drawing an adolescent blow-up doll.
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Everything in an editorial cartoon has to be labeled. I think it's in the AP style manual.
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Or maybe it was for drawing an adolescent blow-up doll.

ROFL
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If Z'd asked for bail, yeah. Apparently he waited.
Also, in other news a cartoonist for a college student newspaper was fired for this "racist" cartoon:
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His crime was using "Colored" . I think if he had written "African American" instead it would have been o.k.
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If Z'd asked for bail, yeah. Apparently he waited.
Also, in other news a cartoonist for a college student newspaper was fired for this "racist" cartoon:
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His crime was using "Colored" . I think if he had written "African American" instead it would have been o.k.

Also yellow. Ornamentals are a protected group, aren't they?
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His crime was using "Colored" . I think if he had written "African American" instead it would have been o.k.

I thought it was because it's spelled "coloured."
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I thought it was because it's spelled "coloured."

I know you're Canadian, but a Revolutionary War was fought over the spelling... if my public education served me well.
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I know you're Canadian, but a Revolutionary War was fought over the spelling... if my public education served me well.

Don't you mean "Revoulutionary"
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I liked this threak better when it was about homeowners' associations. I volunteered to serve on the executive of mine because no one else wanted to...now I understand why. I thought I was being smart by buying a place in a neighborhood where the average resident's age is north of 55 years...what a bunch of narcs and whiners the elderly are. Thank god my term is up this summer.

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I know you're Canadian, but a Revolutionary War was fought over the spelling... if my public education served me well.

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It's more like a condo association fee. Covers cost of maintenance, insurance, shared utilities, any amenities like a pool or a gym. Larger buildings have really high insurance rates, which drives up the fee.

I'm talking about houses here.
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It's more like a condo association fee. Covers cost of maintenance, insurance, shared utilities, any amenities like a pool or a gym. Larger buildings have really high insurance rates, which drives up the fee.

I'm talking about houses here.

See my answer above. Lower and mid developments often have community spaces like tennis courts, pools, and clubhouses that need to be paid for. Higher end ones have private roads (which need to be maintained) and often have loads of open space that needs some care. Remember, money is often used to buy space, and community open space needs a structure for its care or you get tragedy of the commons type stuff.
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