BLEMISH on YOUR STATE (in the U.S.)

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    Dec 18, 2014 5:04 PM GMT
    https://www.yahoo.com/travel/what-every-state-in-the-u-s-is-worst-at-105417305752.html?hp=1
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    Dec 18, 2014 5:07 PM GMT
    For example:

    Texas: Fewest high school graduates per capita

    Less than 80% of Texans have a high school diploma. It’s actually the only state that dips below 80%, too. Everything is bigger in Texas — including dropout rates, apparently.

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    When you go to the URL for the article in the OP, click on the link provided. It brings you to a page in an abstract.
  • Destinharbor

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    Dec 18, 2014 5:43 PM GMT
    I'll live with my state, Florida's problem: most boating accidents.
  • bfirbs

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    Dec 19, 2014 1:08 PM GMT
    Is it just me or are you just never happy? Not that I expect the world to be perfect, but I have never once seen anything that even comes close to positive or happy be said by you StehenOABC!
    You have a big black cloud over your head I think
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    Dec 19, 2014 2:23 PM GMT
    bfirbs saidIs it just me or are you just never happy...


    maybe its you?
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    Dec 19, 2014 4:39 PM GMT
    bfirbs saidIs it just me or are you just never happy? Not that I expect the world to be perfect, but I have never once seen anything that even comes close to positive or happy be said by you StehenOABC!
    You have a big black cloud over your head I think


    Are you new here? He's not our only Little Miss Sunshine in residence.

    My state is Highest Murder Rate! That's not the problem, The problem is is the scum aren't killing each other fast enough. (Just trying to find the bright side.)
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    Dec 19, 2014 5:35 PM GMT
    bfirbs saidIs it just me or are you just never happy? Not that I expect the world to be perfect, but I have never once seen anything that even comes close to positive or happy be said by you StehenOABC!
    You have a big black cloud over your head I think


    I'll share with you one of today's messages from the Solar System as Matrix God to me.

    Within the moving matrix of our Solar System, transiting mercury is squaring my natal Mars--where Mars was in the Solar System when I was born.

    Transiting Mercury square Mars

    This influence can be quite difficult. You are inclined to feel touchy and irritable and to regard almost any communication from another person as a challenge. And you will make this attitude so clear to people that they may even tread lightly around you for fear of setting you off.

    Anyone who crosses you will be told off in no uncertain terms—the worst way to handle this influence.

    But, instead of handling situations in the worse way, you are most likely to identify your own ego with what you believe or think. This will make you act as if your very life were threatened, which of course it is not. If you have to fight for your beliefs, this influence can be a help, but don't look for a battle or create an issue where none exists.


    Bfirbs,

    I am not going to make time to go through my forum posts on my profile or the compliments I've given RJ members for pictures I've seen in their profile. I've already mentioned I'm living under a Saturn beam of heaven. Saturn is not characterized by happiness. It is characterized by loss, aging, mortality, wisdom, slowness, etc.

    Today, God, via Mercury angling my natal, holographic, Mars placement at 90 degrees, is not making me happy-ha-ha. Besides, I do not have any marbles (Solar System objects, actual or derived) in the 5th house of happiness. So, no, I have not loss my marbles of happiness, I never had any there to begin with. So, if you're comparing me to people who have an astrological object placed in the 5th house and aspected nicely, that's your apples with oranges mistake.

    Have a great day.
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    Dec 19, 2014 6:27 PM GMT
    StephenOABC said
    bfirbs saidIs it just me or are you just never happy? Not that I expect the world to be perfect, but I have never once seen anything that even comes close to positive or happy be said by you StehenOABC!
    You have a big black cloud over your head I think


    I'll share with you one of today's messages from the Solar System as Matrix God to me.

    Within the moving matrix of our Solar System, transiting mercury is squaring my natal Mars--where Mars was in the Solar System when I was born.

    Transiting Mercury square Mars

    This influence can be quite difficult. You are inclined to feel touchy and irritable and to regard almost any communication from another person as a challenge. And you will make this attitude so clear to people that they may even tread lightly around you for fear of setting you off.

    Anyone who crosses you will be told off in no uncertain terms—the worst way to handle this influence.

    But, instead of handling situations in the worse way, you are most likely to identify your own ego with what you believe or think. This will make you act as if your very life were threatened, which of course it is not. If you have to fight for your beliefs, this influence can be a help, but don't look for a battle or create an issue where none exists.


    Bfirbs,

    I am not going to make time to go through my forum posts on my profile or the compliments I've given RJ members for pictures I've seen in their profile. I've already mentioned I'm living under a Saturn beam of heaven. Saturn is not characterized by happiness. It is characterized by loss, aging, mortality, wisdom, slowness, etc.

    Today, God, via Mercury angling my natal, holographic, Mars placement at 90 degrees, is not making me happy-ha-ha. Besides, I do not have any marbles (Solar System objects, actual or derived) in the 5th house of happiness. So, no, I have not loss my marbles of happiness, I never had any there to begin with. So, if you're comparing me to people who have an astrological object placed in the 5th house and aspected nicely, that's your apples with oranges mistake.

    Have a great day.


    "Alfonso can quote Cervantes for all occasions." "Dead Ringer" (1964).
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    Dec 20, 2014 6:13 PM GMT
    MGINSD said
    StephenOABC said
    bfirbs said
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    Today, God, via Mercury angling my natal, holographic, Mars placement at 90 degrees, is not making me happy-ha-ha. Besides, I do not have any marbles (Solar System objects, actual or derived) in the 5th house of happiness. So, no, I have not loss my marbles of happiness, I never had any there to begin with. So, if you're comparing me to people who have an astrological object placed in the 5th house and aspected nicely, that's your apples with oranges mistake.

    Have a great day.


    "Alfonso can quote Cervantes for all occasions." "Dead Ringer" (1964).


    When the moon is in the seventh house
    And Jupiter aligns with Mars
    Then peace will guide the planets
    And love will steer the stars

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    Dec 21, 2014 10:24 PM GMT
    North Carolina: NASCAR

    What more can I say?
  • chris24rcon

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    Dec 22, 2014 6:04 AM GMT
    I saw this online the other day. Apparently Ohio's inland waterways, creeks, rivers, lakes, whatever- they stink.
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    Dec 22, 2014 7:43 AM GMT
    BLEMISH ON MY STATE

    - Plenty of Thugs. well you know what i mean.
  • roadbikeRob

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    Dec 23, 2014 10:42 PM GMT
    CLTMike46 saidNorth Carolina: NASCAR

    What more can I say?
    I will gladly take NASCAR over New York's ridiculously high taxes and corrupt democratic politicians any dayicon_neutral.gif
  • roadbikeRob

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    Dec 23, 2014 10:44 PM GMT
    chris24rcon saidI saw this online the other day. Apparently Ohio's inland waterways, creeks, rivers, lakes, whatever- they stink.
    You want waterways that really stink like shit, come to New York and smell the Niagara, Mohawk, and Hudson Rivers, especially the Hudson.
  • roadbikeRob

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    Dec 26, 2014 4:23 PM GMT
    StephenOABC saidFor example:

    Texas: Fewest high school graduates per capita

    Less than 80% of Texans have a high school diploma. It’s actually the only state that dips below 80%, too. Everything is bigger in Texas — including dropout rates, apparently.

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    When you go to the URL for the article in the OP, click on the link provided. It brings you to a page in an abstract.
    It also has horribly overrated Austin as its state capital, now that is a real ugly blemish for Texas.
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    Dec 26, 2014 5:26 PM GMT
    Indiana: Most Meth Incidents.

    Yay.
  • roadbikeRob

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    Dec 26, 2014 7:26 PM GMT
    libertpaulian saidIndiana: Most Meth Incidents.

    Yay.
    How about Gary's horrible urban problems and Indiana's total insensitivity towards that city's struggles wouldn't that also be a blight on Indianaicon_question.gif