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Offline happyg

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Then again, you would need to be drunk to think signing up for Obamacare is a good idea.
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If you're a drug dealer, get all your crackhead customers to sign up for Obamacare! Woo hoo!
The skeptic is never for real. There he stands, cocktail in hand, left arm draped languorously on one end of the mantelpiece, telling you that he can't be sure of anything, not even of his own existence. I'll give you my secret method of demolishing universal skepticism in four words. Whisper to him: "Your fly is open." If he thinks knowledge is so all-fired impossible, why does he always look? — James Sire (from, The Universe Next Door)

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I love this tweet:
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Peter Somerville ‏@PeterSomerville  13m 
MT @conanobrien: I don't want to say http://healthcare.gov  is flawed, but my health insurance is now being paid for by a prince in Nigeria.


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A contract is voidable if one party was drunk when signing it.
http://www.legalmatch.com/law-library/article/void-vs-voidable-contract-lawyers.html

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Voidable contracts are valid agreements, but one or both of the parties to the contract can void the contract at any time. As a result, you may not be able to enforce a voidable contract:

    Contracts entered into when one party was a minor. (The law often treats minors as though they do not have the capacity to enter a contract. As a result, a minor can walk away from a contract at any time.)
    Contracts where one party was forced or tricked into entering it.
    Contracts entered when one party was incapacitated (drunk, insane, delusional).
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It may also be illegal to coerce someone into signing a contract by knowingly and willfully helping them become impaired before signing.
http://smallbusiness.findlaw.com/business-contracts-forms/will-your-contract-be-enforced-under-the-law.html
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This is also a risk for the bartender to get fired or worse:
http://www.ilcasco.com/resources/responsible_selling_and_serving.pdf
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you can take a guy out of community organizing but you can't take the community organizing out of the guy. what a clown

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Last call....


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