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siftbot says...

Happy anniversary! Today marks year number 8 since you first became a Sifter and the community is better for having you. Thanks for your contributions!


siftbot says...

Happy anniversary! Today marks year number 7 since you first became a Sifter and the community is better for having you. Thanks for your contributions!


bareboards2 says...

That's interesting....

Maybe this is just a case of Liking What I Grew Up With.

I'm skeeved out by just looking at the texture of those eggs.

Ha.


In reply to this comment by Skeeve:
I actually really like them. Ever since I saw the video when it was first posted I have made scrambled eggs this way and I will never go back.
In reply to this comment by bareboards2:
*isdupe

@<a rel="nofollow" href="http://videosift.com/member/Skeeve" title="member since May 3rd, 2007" class="profilelink"><strong style="color:#6a8e23">Skeeve -- I spelled Gordon wrong -- plus the original didn't have gordon as a tag.

Still and all. I don't think these are perfect...


PlayhousePals says...

In reply to this comment by Skeeve:
The guy in the audio tape was a police officer who confiscated the pot.

Not a dupe, but related to:
http://videosift.com/video/Dumbest-Cop-Ever-An-officer-who
-ate-pot-brownies-and-call

and

http://videosift.com/video/Cope-Eats-Pot-Brownies-and-Calls-91
1-The-Full-Version

I thought he was a cop but nothing in the audio indicated he was so I left that part out. The first link is a clip from our local news. Loved the snort ... LOL =o)

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MrFisk says...

I've always found down-voting videos after they've had a chance to sift to be the best policy.
In reply to this comment by Skeeve:
I just have to downvote for this guy's stupidity.

Police are there to uphold the laws. Period. If you have a problem with the laws, make an effort to change them, don't try to convince police not to uphold them. Hold police accountable, by all means, but to argue that they shouldn't uphold a particular law is beyond ignorant.

One of the most horrible things I can think of is having a society where the police decide which laws they want to uphold or not.

siftbot says...

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bareboards2 says...

Yes, thanks so much for that quote and the interpretation.

We do indeed agree.

I talk about the pendulum of society -- it may swing back and forth, but it is as a whole moving towards greater justice.

It wasn't that long ago that children were hanged in England for stealing bread.

There is hope. Education is the key, as you said.

I love the Sift. I have really enjoyed our exchange today.

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