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jgoins Report This Comment
Date: July 09, 2009 07:57AM

Drive-in movie theaters have disappeared in Arkansas and mostly gone in the rest of the US and that is a shame. I never go to walk in theaters because of the inconvenience of noisy kids sticky floors and not being able to smoke during the movie. We need drive-in's. My teen years were filled with memories of the drive-in and even fighting the mosquitoes were a pleasurable memory. How many children were conceived in the drive in?
blinkermann Report This Comment
Date: July 09, 2009 09:43AM

. . . and you have have sex more easily in your own car.
pro_junior Report This Comment
Date: July 09, 2009 10:44AM

where I go to see movies... cinetopiatheaters.com
blinkermann Report This Comment
Date: July 09, 2009 03:59PM

Looks like a cool place pro -- though you'd better be discreet while fingering your date.

BTW -- notice that only one of the dude's hands in the pictures is account for.
woberto Report This Comment
Date: July 09, 2009 05:55PM



jgoins Report This Comment
Date: July 10, 2009 07:19AM

Pro, it is still an indoor theater with noisy kids and sticky floors. 2 hours of no freedom to light up whatever you like. Nothing better then outdoors in your own vehicle.
pro_junior Report This Comment
Date: July 10, 2009 12:05PM

yes it is indoors, but so far I have never had any problems with noisy kids...the floors are not sticky because most of the people that go there are not filthy fucking pigs that throw their trash on the floor, and the people that work there actually keep the place clean.
and as for not being able to smoke inside, well I for one am glad about that...
in fact, in the state of Washington, it is now illegal to smoke within 25 feet of the entrance to a building...I like that too.
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: July 10, 2009 02:24PM

i love non-smoker double talk. "i like that there are no smoking allowed....wah wah wah", then turns around and is one to fight for every other right they think they are entitled to, and fuck the ones that we don't like. that's what is killing our society god damnit! (*finger*)
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: July 10, 2009 02:30PM

here's an idea non-smokers....HOLD YOUR FUCKING BREATH IF YOU DON'T LIKE IT, OR....GO FUCKING SOMEWHERE ELSE.
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: July 10, 2009 03:08PM

did i say that out loud? spinning
smiley sticking its tongue out(*finger2*)spinning
smiley sticking its tongue out
pro_junior Report This Comment
Date: July 10, 2009 09:18PM

okay fossil, how about if the next time you're having dinner at your favorite restaurant, (sizzler?) I just come on in and hop up on your table and drop a big fat steaming turd right in the middle of all your food? How'd ya like that? well why not? If you can exhale noxious chemical laden smoke into my atmosphere, why can't I shit on your dinner table? seems fair to me...
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: July 10, 2009 09:36PM

step right up, i dare ya. star
wars fighting
woberto Report This Comment
Date: July 10, 2009 09:38PM

Smokers are the scum of the earth
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: July 10, 2009 10:14PM

if you shit on my table, you're going to jail with a ketchup bottle rammed cap deep in your ass. and i'll get a new table and a free dinner, smoking all the way. hot smiley



Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 10/07/2009 10:21PM by fossil_digger.
ORLANDO399 Report This Comment
Date: July 10, 2009 11:12PM

Fossil..didnt ya know "its the liberal way"!
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: July 10, 2009 11:50PM

but junior is a conservative....(*facepalm*)
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: July 11, 2009 07:14AM

I did not intend to bring about a debate about smoking. Just indicated why I like drive-ins. I do think we should be allowed to smoke anywhere there is adequate ventilation though. People who pick an choose which rights they should fight for do not deserve any of them. No rights of an individual should be infringed upon regardless of how many people support them or how few don't voice support. The smoking part, I have always been courteous of other people when and where I smoke and I don't need nonsmokers to tell me where or when I can smoke. If I light up and someone near me asks me to stop I have always stopped without complaint but to have the government to tell me to stop is just not right. Heavily taxing tobacco is not the right way to get people to quit smoking either. Quitting is hard enough for smokers and trying to force them does not create success it just creates pissed of smokers. If you want to make people quit smoking them offer them free aides to quit or work on a super pill which will guarantee that they can quit. While I am at it we need to do away with laws that only affect the individuals personal choice, like seat-belt laws. If I choose to not fasten my seat-belt then that only affects me and nobody else so it should be my choice. How many people have had accidents and went through the windshield and killed someone else? How crazy is it to be forced to were the things and people riding motorcycles aren't even required to wear a helmet? Too many laws and not enough common sense.
pro_junior Report This Comment
Date: July 12, 2009 03:04AM

I smoked from my late teens to my late twenties, and I never felt that it was my right to smoke anywhere in public...just because it was legal didn't mean it was right. in fact I remember smoking in the H-E-B in Austin Texas (1985?) and thinking that it was wrong...
smokers have the right to smoke or non-smokers have the right to clean air? seems obvious to me, and not just because I'm a non-smoker now...I felt the same as a smoker.

"ketchup bottle rammed cap deep in your ass" thanks for reminding me fossil, I need to call your sister back...up yours
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: July 12, 2009 06:11AM

The key to it should always be adequate ventilation. I was always raised to never go into a building smoking a cigarette and anytime I went into any building I always put out my cigarette. There is a town here in Arkansas which does not allow smoking even on your own front porch, now that is going too far. The California law is ridiculous too, not allowed to smoke anywhere in public. The problem is that people are getting too lazy and want the government to do everything for them instead of dealing with little problems themselves. I have a problem with people wearing the pants halfway down to their knees as well but I do not want to make a law to stop it. Don't make laws to stop behavior unless it infringes on other people rights. Repeal the seat-belt law.
woberto Report This Comment
Date: July 12, 2009 06:31AM

And even though you are a standup gentleman I'm sure you just throw your butt on the street like all the other smokers.
Scum.
The smoke doesn't bother me as much as the smoker.
I used to like sticking my fingers and toes into the sand at the beach. Not anymore.
Smokers.
Scum.
Filthy pigs.
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: July 12, 2009 01:33PM

i never smoke where it's restricted, i never smoke offensively, and i never throw butts on the ground. so go fucking tax something else ya peckerheads! (*finger*)
pro_junior Report This Comment
Date: July 12, 2009 02:01PM

imagine if they taxed soda the way they tax alcohol and cigarettes... have a
pepsi
GAK67 Report This Comment
Date: July 12, 2009 05:05PM

It always makes me laugh hearing smokers talk about 'their right to smoke'. I, as a non-smoker, have the right to not inhale, not only noxious, but unpleasant smelling fumes, and that includes if there is adequate ventilation or not. I also have the right not to pay for all of the medical harm that your smoking causes, either through higher medical insurance premiums or higher taxes, or both, depending on how it is funded where you are from. The same right applies to you wearing a seatbelt in a car or a helmet on a bike (push or motor).

I agree that some of the laws in some parts have gone too far. In NZ for example, you are not allowed to smoke in any workplace. A workplace can be defined as your own vehicle, even if you are in it by yourself, if it is being used for work purposes. That said, I do support laws that protect the rights of the majority from the rights of those who are deliberately harming themselves and potentially harming others.
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: July 12, 2009 05:48PM

laws restricting use don't bother me, it's the dickhead corksoaker politicians that see a vice as an easy excuse for a tax. (*finger*)

( you guys do realize the fingers are not for you but for.....you know?)



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 12/07/2009 05:48PM by fossil_digger.
woberto Report This Comment
Date: July 12, 2009 06:15PM

It really hurst me to agree with the digger on this one.
If an item is legal then it is unfair to tax it disproportionally.
I am a binge drinker, which means I save it all up for Saturday night, and I find the latest tax increases in booze to be way over the top.
If the politicians really believe the hype, and if they have the balls, they should make these things illegal.
Then we'll see some fun in the streets.
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: July 13, 2009 06:35AM

Next thing you know they will make body odor, certain perfumes or after shaves, bad breath and outdoor BBQ grills illegal. With adequate ventilation second hand cigarette smoke would be so low in parts per million that there is no harm done whatsoever. Smog in large cities is more harmful than cigarette smoke.