Sunday, May 26, 2024

Destroying traditions in the name of equity and inclusion...

 
The peaceful, tiny New Jersey shore beach community of Ocean Grove hasn't changed much over the years. Originaly founded by devout Methodists before the Civil War, the church and it's leaders held sway over the town and how they managed it. That included not allowing people on to it's beach until after Sunday church services were finished. It had been this way for 155 years. Until today.
The State of New Jersey, run by liberals - for liberals, sued the town demanding the beach be open 24/7 or the town would face penalties of up to $ 10,000.00 a day if it didn't.
The town, knowing full well it could not afford to fight the state legally and it certainly could not afford the fines the state would impose, finally capitulated, and today the beach was open at the crack of dawn.
 

Please tell me why these libtard motherfuckers would come in  out of nowhere and do something like this? God help us all...
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As a kid, we spent every summer 'down the shore' 
at our house in Wildwood, NJ

 
But times have certainly changed, and not for the better - at least not for the kids. As many families are making their summer plans down the shore, the City of North Wildwood is preparing to enforce a new teen curfew. Teenagers will now have to be off the streets by 10 p,m.
"Sorry, they need to be supervised" said one woman strolling the North Wildwood boardwalk. North Wildwood is following a growing number of shore towns instituting a teen curfew. No one under the age of 18 is allowed on the streets between the hours of 10 p.m. and 6 a.m.
First offenders receive a warning and will be told to go home. After two warnings, a child's parents could face fines up to $1,500 for repeated offenses.
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Me and my two older brothers on the North Wildwood boardwalk in 1956
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I have a cat, not a dog, but I can still relate...
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So they're telling us that the people in Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi and Arkansas don't drink as much as everybody else, or is it just that they have that much higher tolerance for booze that they're harder to kill? 
I gotta go with the latter, cause them's some moonshing muthafuckas  in them states. Juss' sayin'...
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Here's a nice, inexpensive idea for a simple gift.
And you don't need a reason to buy it for her..
    
Click on the picture for more information on these beautiful earrings.
They're only $ 20.00 for the pair and that price includes free shipping!
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The city of New York has said it will spend in excess of 
$ 2,000,000,000.00 feeding and housing illegals in the coming year. Ya know how much they'll spend doing the same for homeless veterans? Not a fuckin' thin dime that we know about. 
How upside-fuckin'-down is the world we live in (actually I don't, but a lot of people do) that this kinda shit is tolerated? Not the least of which is if they shipped every one of those freeloading law-breaking river-crossing motherfuckers back to wherever the fuck they came from, it'd probably cost one quarter of that number and they'd be rid of all of 'em.
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The website didn't specify if these are legal or illegal, nor did it 
indicate over which time span those numbers of people came here during. 
Other than that, I guess it's just a nice chart, right?
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4 comments:

  1. But, but, but ........ there's absolutely no other place where people can go along the Jersey shore except for Ocean Grove ! It's just not fair that these people can close the ENTIRE Jersey Shore every Sunday !!!!!! Waaaaahhhhh !!!!!!

    I've got a solution - Jersey beaches all have beach tags that allow access - Ocean Grove should have the same syatem, but $1 for a resident's season pass, $5000 for a non-resident . Problem solved .

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  2. I just noticed that your booze death map also appears to correlate to Native American (Indian) population

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  3. About 30 yrs ago I found a little tag on Folly Beach outside Charleston SC. Belmar Daily #38, has a little brass safety pin hooked to it. Not saying it made its way to SC on its own but it does float with the pin so who knows. Paying for beach access is completely ridiculous to me. They did start charging for parking a few years ago.

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  4. "That included not allowing people on to it's beach until after Sunday church services were finished. It had been this way for 155 years. Until today."

    Separation of church and state. I don't want some crap laws based on religion enforced on me. It's really no different to Sharia law in Muslim countries except it stems from Christianity. You can all shove your gods and religion up your ass and fuck right off.

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