A metaphor for any state in America ( in this case the literal Minnesota)that makes it conducive for women and single mothers to have children without any form of social consequences, oversight, or the opinions of the fathers that reluctantly get sucked into the "I wasn't taking MY pill--I thought you knew," debate.more...
Mamasota produces humans who fill the ranks of the police state, the National Guard and other military and police forces, because the irrational fears of the mothers, who do not live lives of consequence based reality, are transferred onto children,, and those fears become a mantra that the children produced in such a climate assimilate, and also believe is reality.
However, these children also ensure the maintainance of all of the lower tier manual labor jobs, and also fill the prison systems, because of the quality of "parenting" they get from "single mothers" and their enablers.
This state produces National Guardsmen and Police who march off to illegal, unjustified wars overseas ( such as Iraq) in order to protect God, MOTHER, and Cuntry.
Crucial to the formation of a Mammasota are the necessary components of:
1) polarized dichotomous social forces of rigid, or "rational" religious right wing social control and "irrational" victimology based left wing beaureaucratic socialism
2) a stagnant economy in need of low wage workers to fulfill low wage tasks; these workers willingly produced by single mothers, with the complete collusion of the welf...
A usually normal person sometimes given too much power. While police are definitely a necessity in any civilized society (in at least one form or another), in our 'nanny state' nation cops are known for giving people tickets for going too fast, commonly when there's no one in danger, busting up teenage parties, and arresting people for smoking marijuana who are not infringing on the rights of others. They have also been used as an excuse for gun control, except that in reality you need to be able to defend yourself and not rely on someone else.
Many people hate cops because of the 'pig' stereotype. There certainly are many who fit this; pushy, angry, forceful, et cetera. While it is important to be able to keep track of someone, it's not right to resort to extreme measures for bizarre reasons of 'safety' when there is no direct threat present. Also, as described before, many people hate cops because they frequently waste peoples' time with bureaucratic nonsense instead of truly protecting the people from dangerous criminals. However, this is more related to bad laws and flaws in a greedy and shortsighted system than the officers themselves.
Ex. 1: The police had a typical day; they gave five hundred tickets to irritated motorists, and arrested some kids for underage drinking at a party. (common)
Ex. 2: Wow, that police officer really saved our life! It really seemed as though that guy was going to kill us! (rare)
One of the last free states. one of the few places where you can still shoot an intruder in your home in the face and still walk away the victim. Because you are. Although, the Patriot Act has really changed that. We aim to get that shit repealed real soon, though. One of the few places in the country where you won't get swarmed by police if you walk down the street with a DEagle strapped to your hip (assuming you have the proper permits). One of the few places in the country where you can still carry concealed.more...
There are a lot of hillbillies when you get into cow country. But they're the ones with small arsenals in their basements, so they rock. Can't' do that shit in many places anymore. Our beaches might not be spectacular, but we have some of the best skiing next to Colorado. We might be slow drivers, but we're some of the best because most of us don't have insurance. If you get hit and run in NH, don't take it personally. The person who did it just doesn't feel you're worth an insurance surcharge. That's another thing: lowest insurance rates in the country. You know why? Voted one of the best places to live in America. Speaking of driving, our plates are awesome. Live free or die. It doesn't get much better than that.
There are some states on the east coast that are well developed, yes, with a decent municipal and social structure. Some of them are two words, the second of which may start with 'J'. Like any thriving metropolis, the cities are filled with douc...
Famous writter of what appears to be modern society's story told over 50 years ago. Told in his book, 1984, the ideas of a Police State. His book Animal Farm is the story of Stalin's USSR and is a form of "easy reading" compared to 1984. But, 1984 is one of the greatest novels ever written and has rightly deserved it's spot to be forcefully read in classrooms.
Thought Police is an sercet organization from his work 1984.
War is Peace. Slavery is Freedom. Ignorance is Strength.
Animal Farm is about the USSR.
Shooting An Elephant is a short story telling about his personal life while in British India
George Orwell was a genius.
A set of terms that everyday truck drivers use and are also stereotyped to be used by truck drivers.
Some well-known trucker terms:
Evel Knievel: A motorcycle cop.
City Kitty: A local city cop, same thing as a local yokel.
Local Yokel: A local city cop, the same as a city kitty.
County Mounty (also spelled County Mountie): A county sheriff or sheriff's deputy.
Smokey Bear (or just Bear): A state trooper or highway patrol officer.
Truck Driver: "I was drivin' down the road and on my way to the truckstop I saw six Evel Knievels, five City Kitties, five Local Yokels, three County Mounties, and two Smokey Bears."
Me: "That's a lot of trucker-speak you're using to mean police officers and sheriff deputies and stuff."
A vaguely defined charge that any police office can exploit to arrest anyone they want.
The skater was charged with disorderly conduct for possessing a skateboard and refusing to hand it to the police officer.
The man was charged with disorderly conduct for refusing to state his name.
A common name (handle) for someone from New Hampshire, where the state slogan is "Live Free or Die!" This slogan appears on the automobile license plate, and on the state seal. It reflects the pre-democrat government position of small government, and "leave me the hell alone" mentality of residents of New Hampshire, until the early 21st century.
Livefree, bitches! The following are not required: motorcycle helmets, auto insurance, gun-free zones. The first two are recommended. The third is thanks to a police state.