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  • Those of us who may be slightly puzzled by others who choose a lifestyle with built-in inconviences often are operating on the assumption that the nature of mankind is to seek an easier life than that which their ancestors endured by necessity.

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  • Well, this doesn't prove that copyright hurts everyone but it sure does show that maybe even if copyright 'hurts' by which I think you mean inconviences users it might still be a GOOD THING!

    Arizona's Immigration Reform

  • Come on we elect these guys to take care of these inconviences.

    Sound Politics: Voter registration ruling was based on bogus evidence

  • Facts, science and reason are just inconviences to discard!

    Think Progress » Brown Blames HorsesAss.org

  • I enjoy when they have to suffer the same inconviences I deal with on a daily basis.

    "So much for the right to marry; so much for sexual autonomy; so much for consenting adults deciding whom to love...."

  • I say let them stay there, and leave the countryside to thsoe who know and love it- faults , inconviences , and all !

    Small town blues

  • They can be just fine with many inconviences you throw at them .. but there comes a point when it's to much.

    naylamoors Diary Entry

  • If some partial inconviences should appear to be connected with the incorporation of any of them into the plan, it ought to be recollected that the national legislature will have ample authority to make such EXCEPTIONS, and to prescribe such regulations as will be calculated to obviate or remove these inconveniences.

    The Federalist Papers

  • The SCFD collects a one-tenth of 1 percent sales-and-use tax (or one penny on every $10 spent), providing approximately $40 million each year to area cultural attractions both small and large. maybe they can find some funding to pay for you inconviences ...

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • The SCFD collects a one-tenth of 1 percent sales-and-use tax (or one penny on every $10 spent), providing approximately $40 million each year to area cultural attractions both small and large. maybe they can find some funding to pay for your inconviences ...

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

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