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  1. That depends on how you answer the seven (7) questions.
  2. You are mistaken. There are seven (7) medical questions on the Texas Driver's License Application form. They are also on the renewal form. https://www.pdfrun.com/project/editor/1013/?editor=01&pmt=rec&ppg=16&flow=03#start_part
  3. Driving through a State is not the issue. We were talking about the census and the rules which were posted above, where you usually live and sleep. If you spent enough time in one State for the census to consider that your home, then you would definitely be paying taxes. Even Oregon has State fuel taxes so if you were there for two or three months you'd probably buy fuel and pay State taxes. Don't you have a park model located in Arizona where you spend the Winter. Wouldn't you consider that more of a home than Livingston TX where you spend zero time, at least as far as the census is concerned?
  4. I'd like to know what State where you spend any time in that you don't pay taxes.
  5. I think Florida has been growing in population at about 1000 per day. In 2018, it grew by 375,000 which is a little more than 1000 per day. Surely, though, some of those are newborns and not just people moving in to the State.
  6. You've done it now, Dutch. A whole new string of posts bashing snotty nosed kids is coming.
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  8. In the upper right corner of Chrome, click on the three dots. Then, select Bookmarks. Then click on Import bookmarks and settings. Then, select IE.
  9. chirakawa

    Memorial Day

    Thank you. I don't put mine out on rainy days. I'm pretty ignorant on flag etiquette. Is it okay to leave out in bad weather? Otherwise, mine is flying.
  10. I'm not saying it's a problem or that I freak out over it. I just think it's stupid. I mean, is your dog picking out the screws for you? Other than a genuine service dog or having the dog fitted for some product, I see no reason to bring one in a store. I grew up and have lived most of my life in the country. We always had critters. I never once in my life even thought about taking one to the store with me. And, the friends I've had who did, the dog stayed in the back of the truck. To each his own.
  11. I've been going in and out of hardware stores for almost 70 years and I never saw a dog in one until 2 or 3 years ago. Sure, back in the 50's before air conditioning, it was common to see a dog hanging around a feed store. But, it was the owner's dog, not the customer's. I've also spent a lot of time the last eleven years in New Mexico and Colorado. I think those would qualify as in the "West". Never saw anyone bring their dog into Lowe's or Home Depot or any other retail store. Maybe it's chic in Phoenix or Denver or Albuquerque, but I don't really think it's that common elsewhere. I won't mention California, that place is off the wall weird in lot's of respects. No offense Carlos. 🙂
  12. I was in Lowe's a few days ago and I came around the corner to come face to face with a huge Rottweiler. He was on a leash held by a 70'ish little lady of about 90 lbs. If that Rot had wanted to, he could have drug that little lady and me both out in the parking lot and buried us together. I guess it could have been a legitimate service dog, I don't know. I watched them out of curiosity for several minutes and he was all over the place, not the typical stand still by the master well behaved animal. I guess it's a good thing I'll be moving on from this world in a few years or less. I just don't understand what's going on.
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