Artificial Inteligence 
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Re: “'Million-Dollar Thursday': A visit to Sherwood's hot check court

Would be most interesting to see a list of initial fines and the subsequent fines paid thru the years. Most interesting would be to see, as mentioned above, if a decrease in hot check violations was inversely correlated with a rise in court costs/fees. And just where does all this money go? It seems like a lot of money is coming through this courthouse.

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Posted by Artificial Inteligence on 08/25/2016 at 8:09 PM

Re: “'Million-Dollar Thursday': A visit to Sherwood's hot check court

I am actually amazed that in this present time that you can even write a hot check anymore. Some people may think Mr. Brantley is being alarmist about the rise of Pay Day Lenders, but they are a link in this ridiculous chain that does NOT need to resurface in Arkansas because they would also prey on these people as well. For whatever reason they wrote a hot check is not a reason to keep them in servitude and usery for decades. These are practices that no credit card company would get away with.

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Posted by Artificial Inteligence on 08/25/2016 at 5:39 PM

Re: “The midweek open line and today's news video

I live on Cantrell in WLR. Within 2 miles of my apartment there are at least 10 liquor stores not including the K-Roger and Walmart that sell alcohol. So, why is there no protesting from the Farm Bureau, a Psychiatrist, or the Family Council about all these liquor stores? Have you ever been around someone who is drunk? They can be seriously unpredictable. Sometimes they even drive drunk and kill other people with their cars. I have even heard that people who drink alcohol have serious physical and mental health problems that require a lot of money to attempt a cure.

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Posted by Artificial Inteligence on 08/24/2016 at 5:33 PM

Re: “Meeting set Sept. 13 on Capitol monuments

I've commented on this before and I just think this is very un-christian. It smacks of self-serving woe-is-me Christianity. False claims of persecution are entangled with this belief that the government is a Christian organization serving Christians only is hard to bear. Spite, anger, fear, paranoia, hatred...very un-christian.

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Posted by Artificial Inteligence on 08/23/2016 at 7:07 PM

Re: “A House debate in Jonesboro illustrates politics today

Speaking of "Idiocracy", here is a recent news article.

http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2016…

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Posted by Artificial Inteligence on 08/21/2016 at 12:58 PM

Re: “A House debate in Jonesboro illustrates politics today

Jonesbororing is the most beige town in Arkansas. It is the Jill 'Republican' Dabbs of Arkansas towns. I sometimes feel like the movie "Idiocracy" is actually happening every time there is a political debate involving a Republican candidate. Would be most interesting to find out how many Republican candidates for office went to Pre-K or have/had children in Pre-K classes. These "pulled myself up by my bootstraps" types are so full of crap. I would love for these Anti Pre-K Republicans to actually tour Pre-K facilities in their area and spout their screed to the parents and teachers of these children.

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Posted by Artificial Inteligence on 08/21/2016 at 12:53 PM

Re: “NOT GUILTY: Jury acquits Naramore in son's death

This is a hard case and Rick is right to a certain point. Yes, the judge DID kill his child. He was beyond negligent and his negligence resulted in the death of a toddler. It is his stain to wear for the rest of his life.

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Posted by Artificial Inteligence on 08/19/2016 at 8:26 PM

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