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So they have a right to force these companies to pay fee's in other states for selling merchandise, then also be forced to collect taxes? These business are only thriving because of no taxes, suddenly you include that and they no longer have an edge. They also have to charge shipping fee's something normal retailers are not forced to provide....The states have no right at all putting their hands in this for money. If they do it should be an online adjusted tax, which should be less than half that of normal tax period. Otherwise your are putting these retailers at a disadvantage and not helping he economy at all as nobody will be able to afford anything once again. You will only cause more business problems and make the almighty Walmart even stronger. Aug 8, 2011
Kids being strapped in is understandable. However if I (me, myself, and me) dont want to wear a seatbelt THEN I DONT HAVE TO! Its MY right to make MY own decisions, and if i want to risk injury by not wearing a seatbelt then the cops can go eff themeslves if they tell me otherwise. Since when is it against the law to make your own decisions that have absolutely no effect on anyone else? If I get hurt, oh well, shoulda wore the seatbelt, but I(yes me) chose not to. Sep 28, 2010
Cops are dumb...nothing you can do about it. You try to play the nice guy, and they tell you off. All they do is sit there with a speed gun and look for anyone from 16-25 driving, and pull them over for stupid reasons. Traffic cops are useless. 5 bucks they dont catch many DUI drivers, but instead bust kids for stupid things like doing 3mph over the speed limit in a sports car. And good job, your ruining young kids lives for a mistake they make in their young life. You honestly think a student at ASU can not only afford the ticket and all the stuff they require you to get, but also find a job after going to jail....good job ruining these young kids lives before they even get a chance in life, really respect "cops" now. /sarcasmAug 14, 2010