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  • #31
    Originally posted by DandyDon View Post
    I ground the corn and barley by hand back in May.

    *Disclaimer* We are converting the Cutlass drag car over to Alcohol - perfectly legal.


    Nice! What proof is it?

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    • #32
      Originally posted by charliesheen View Post
      Why can't all welfare programs be administered by one entity? Better still, why can't the federal dole buffet be eliminated, and administered by the states instead?
      The states administer the food stamps program. Just as they administer the Medicaid program.
      States should coordinate and run their systems in coordination to reduce the administration burden. For example, Kansas, Nebraska and the Dakota's should all join forces to eliminate administrative burden. It would never happen but they should.
      State insurance and investment firm regulators should do that also. Instead of requiring insurance companies to meet each state's regulatory burden, they should join forces to open competition. If they meet the requirement in Nebraska, they automatically meet the requirement in countless other states that join the program.

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      • #33
        Originally posted by s.murph View Post

        I remember the old A/Gas cars from my childhood in the 60's. Didn't think they were an item anymore.
        A racer I heard on the radio "Nitro is for racing, gas is for washing parts, alcohol is for drinking".

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        • #34
          Originally posted by Beagleman View Post

          The states administer the food stamps program. Just as they administer the Medicaid program.
          States should coordinate and run their systems in coordination to reduce the administration burden. For example, Kansas, Nebraska and the Dakota's should all join forces to eliminate administrative burden. It would never happen but they should.
          State insurance and investment firm regulators should do that also. Instead of requiring insurance companies to meet each state's regulatory burden, they should join forces to open competition. If they meet the requirement in Nebraska, they automatically meet the requirement in countless other states that join the program.
          Would save a lot of trouble and secure a Democratic Senste majority if states like Nebraska, Kansas and the Dakotas would just combine already to relieve the tax payers all those redundant costs of government.

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