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Snotrocket last won the day on October 10 2012

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  1. Patty... I'm so happy for you! Just had to come join the celebration. Congratulations! XO Jules
  2. Oh... I do love a bank rumor! Let it be so! GO RV!
  3. Thanks for the update Patty. So happy all is well Bama.... Whew! One less thing!
  4. Remembering Roe....
  5. With President Obama having kicked off debt ceiling negotiations by vowing not to negotiate over the debt ceiling, a new option for paying off the nation’s considerable tab is gaining momentum with cheeky fiscal and monetary wonks. It goes like this: Should Congress fail to extend the U.S. debt limit — reached again on Dec. 31 — the president could ask the Treasury to begin printing trillion dollar coins (in a process explained mostly seriously by Jim Pethokoukis on his American Enterprise Institute blog), a number of which could then be put toward fulfilling debt obligations in the event new legislation stalls in Congress. While there are laws in place to regulate how much paper, gold, silver or copper currency can be circulated by the government, there is nothing so clearly stated when it comes to platinum. That door open, the Treasury could have the U.S. Mint melt and mold a few trillion dollars of it, then ship the goods over to the Federal Reserve for safekeeping until the time comes to pay the bills. The more difficult part comes sometime after the decision is made to coin the platinum and before the Mint gets to work in sculpting the pieces. At that point, the American people must decide whose face will adorn the trillion dollar trinket. The process to determine the “specs” of the coin, U.S. Mint Public Affairs Specialist Genevieve Billia warns, must be “determined by legislation,” creating the potential for another congressional impasse. Also to note: The likeness sculpted into its side must belong to a dead person, ruling out early favorite Ikea Monkey, but boosting the candidacies of Ronald Reagan and John Maynard Keynes.
  6. I received this in an email... so... not sure if it's fresh or old news. Either way, if you'd like to block your phone number from telemarketers.... here ya go! :)/> Cell Phone Numbers Go Public this month. REMINDER..... all cell phone numbers are being released to telemarketing companies and you will start to receive sales calls. .... YOU WILL BE CHARGED FOR THESE CALLS To prevent this, call the following number from your cell phone: 888-382-1222. It takes about 20 seconds.
  7. January 1, 2013 Alex Jones interview with Stewart Rhodes of This is scary.... but gives me hope that there are so many Patriots out there. "I do not comply" (First 15 minutes are great.... well worth it. Sorry, won't load...)
  8. Of course.... always in good fun!
  9. Thank you Rod... for the admonishment.... and the scolding ;)/> Even though I'm right about smoking.... I'm sure I deserve it for something! :lol:/> Happy New Year!
  10. Great letter. Can't say I'm a fan of his music but, God.... I love this man! ;)/>
  11. Never a bad time to give up soft drinks.... empty calories!
  12. This is my fear.... :(/> ...this is my hope.
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