I love you. I'm sorry. Please forgive me. Thank you.
http://fija.org - Fully Informed Jury Association
http://jsjinc.net - Jin Shin Jyutsu (energy healing)
It seems you have a government education; I don't say that to turn you off.
Cops don't prevent your house from being broken into. Unless, of course, you're employing them and they're standing outside. If your house is broken into normally you call them and they say "we'll see what we can do" and then bust into the pawn shops and take your stuff "for free" (for them). Or take the drugs that they were going to bust.
Knowledge of "laws" has nothing to do with knowledge of what "cops" do. But it seems like you want to learn, so here.
"Anarchy" is a word that means "an" == not, "archy" == rulers. So, it literally means "without rulers", just as "monarchy" means "one ruler" and "democracy" means "demons rule you", or as is more popularly believed, "the people rule".
Anarcy is an awesome state of existence. I have no rulers. Do you?
Whether it's a simple matter such as ticketing (which includes deprivation of the individual's time, as well as finances); or if they've graduated to the second tier, and participated in a beating; or the highest threat level, they've killed -- if they wear blue, they have violated rights.
Unless they were freshly minted, but give those a week.
It is sad to see me being collective. But they've certainly earned it, via the "good ones" not bringing the "bad ones" to justice -- therefore, they are all "bad ones".
Reading is a way to acquire knowledge. We read a lot, don't we? (As "They talk".) Why can't we ENTJ type folks acquire knowledge about fooling other humans? I love logic. Not so much the marketing aspect -- although, we must sell ourselves in order to be employed, but I still tend towards logic in that respect (which is, admittedly, limiting).
I have a relative in PR, I should discuss this with them.
(Sorry for the phone-speak, ran out of characters. :)
So the below is how to stop a Cuban embargo. But, be careful what you wish for, like at the ending. I don't want to see a friend in liberty end up crippled.
I love the idea of words flowing out into a paper cup.
Really interesting: I typoed the end of that sentence, typing "cpu" instead. My brain is a processor, and the words are flowing out endlessly into it. Or at least, it seems endless at this point.
Just like Texas Hold'em: "Going all in works every time, except for the last."
And perhaps use that hot spring. :)
There is only one soul, it experiences many different perspectives.
It was a CIA op. They reported a smaller number of bodies, then reported a larger one, the explanation being "bodies were covering other bodies so we couldn't get an accurate count" where the reality is some people ran, so the CIA hunted them down and added their bodies to the piles, and that's how the number increased.
There's a documentary on this which fishyculture posted a long time ago. Found it -- it's worth the half hour. Also I completely agree with fishy's comments in the post, regarding the "kool-aid" jokes no longer being funny now that we know it was really murder, not suicide.
"Said Cum Oink"
(I don't even know if I want to post this...)
But yeah I loved that song, heard it first decades ago in a used CD store down in Florida, the staff was playing it; I asked about it, bought the CD, and have loved it. I recently re-discovered it (moved the CDs to a new car, which has a 6-disc changer which I filled), and I think I'll get more of his work.
Here's another, which seems more like a warning: "Acid Ski Um No" -- it reminds me of Better Off Dead, where he's talking about his grandmother who dropped acid and hijacked a schoolbus full of penguins: http://youtu.be/6z9Cg46Nktw?t=1m20s
That's at 1:05; this is a great song, it's a "hidden song" at the end of his album "Songs for the Daily Planet". https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Todd_Snider
Not sure if it was the Mayflower or one of the other ones. My parents are related, that might explain a few things. :)
to more! He writes so eloquently; describing everything as simple as possible, but no simpler. Refreshing. I read his book on the 1,000 year war in the mideast and how it affect you today -- he mentioned the site you reference but I hadn't checked it out until just now. Great reference!
They did some damage, and they pointed out the cracks in the armor. I'm surprised, actually, that it has taken this long for another large player to take the other side of the Plunge Protection Team, the president's “market corruption folks”. They've been keeping the price of gold down since 1971; as I said, I'm surprised it has taken another player this long to see the power play.
I'll not watch this farce though.
Typo humor. :)
There can be no "irreparable injury" when your stupid state is more restrictive than your neighbor's. In fact, the real "irreparable injury" is the way that your stupid state treats its residents and travelers.
Sometimes simplicity is enthralling.
Highest: has killed.
Next: has beaten.
Next: has ticketed.
Lowest: just graduated, hasn't abused any liberties yet.
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