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What's wrong with this picture?

Take a look, very carefully and tell me if anything is out of sync. Whoever guesses correctly first gets a cookie. I saw this photo about a year ago or at least one like it and it stood out like a sore thumb.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/leonandloisphotos/1460789309/li...



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I though...

I thought you were talking about the driver of the car not wearing a shoulder belt.

Adam Kokesh isn't on the floor?

for dancing?

2 Chron 7:13-14 if my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then will I hear from heaven and will forgive their sin and will heal their land.

also they cut off the quote

also they cut off the quote right before the part about overthrowing an unjust government. Don't really want those revolutionary type words being affirmed. the public might get ideas!

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The engraving of the

section of the Declaration of Independence on the wall says Inalienable, not UNalienable.

When a true genius appears in the world, you may know him by this sign: that the dunces are all in confederacy against him. ~J. Swift

Derp!!!! Jefferson used the

Derp!!!! Jefferson used the word inalienable, NOT unalienable.

http://www.ushistory.org/declaration/unalienable.htm

Inalienable- http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/inalienable

To me, what is missing most from the picture is the next line of the Declaration of Independence "deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed"

Derp yourself. :)

http://adask.wordpress.com/2009/07/15/unalienable-vs-inalien...

I realize that to many it seems to not be such a big deal but to me it is. I realize also that Jefferson used the term but it was changed at a later date.. The final draft is in my view the correct use and should be propagated and not allowed substitutions.

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No biggie.To each their own.

No biggie.

To each their own. Personally, I prefer inalienable, because you can indeed voluntarily surrender your rights, but noone can place a lien on your rights without your consent.

And I apologize, I didn't mean to "derp" you so hard :)

BTW, considering it is a statue of Thomas Jefferson, maybe inalienable is more appropriate.

I disagree because the final draft is unalienable..

And see, that's where they getya.. Now that you believe you can surrender them, they have half the battle won.

If they are in fact natural rights that we are born with.. how then can a man surrender them? Do your rights go away or are they still there?

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You can read that?

Hey, send me the $20 for an eye exam! lol!

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We have a winner!

Very good. You're one of the first I've ever seen get that.

Just curious, What do you think that signifies, if anything?

Oh and where should I send the 20? :)

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$20 dollars nobody catches it.

LOL

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