I have previously mentioned it will be available 70 years after my death, or whenever I can be sure copyright has expired(provided I don't fail raising my daughter as I am leaving my books and my songs to her. My hope is that she values them enough to freely share with all).
If you wish to keep laughing, search for "kickin' kickin' kickin', kickin' through the air" and tell me it isn't an original song. That is the only one available at this time as i am not allowing some publisher to profit off of my hard work. You wouldn't believe how hard it is to write songs. :) Tough life I tell you!
"I'm so bloody rich and I only know three chords ...laugh it up funny boy."
P.S. If she wishes to monetize it, I have a much better idea than the poon-tang clam group. They know their album sucks so bad that they will only get away with one sale.
I have a million dollar idea and a million dollar plan of execution.
"This idiom originates from the years of US military colonization of western North America. It was used to distinguish between "good Indians" (those who stayed on the reservations, i.e. confined to the camps controlled by the military) and "bad Indians" (renegade Native Americans who refused to be interned in the camps and who did not subject themselves to the authority of US military rule).
For that reason, this term may be considered offensive by/to Native Americans. http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Talk:go_off_the_reservation
P.S. I am a Native American. I was born and raised in Canada(as were my parents, their parents etc...), the biggest part of N. America. Or are we all just Native Africans?
"That would have been my response as opposed to the lawsuit."
I am not defending them. Just pointing out how easy they could have done something other than a lawsuit.
I am a renter as well. My heart pumps piss for them if they are collecting so much money every month that they can only afford people to count it for them as opposed to hiring more maintenance staff and/or subbing it out.
I could tell you a story about the situation I am in right now, but I am not a typist and there is too much background noise to use voice. Suffice to say I'll be dragging my feet as well in a few days come the first of the month. Again.
You can use the same numbers by the way. If you only have one complaint per month per 2500 units, why does it take so long to get anything done?
First part of 2 is wrong. They think they know all the tricks. They aren't very bright if you ask me.
"They submitted...Attached to each statement was a letter from their certified public accountant (??CPA??). In these letters, the CPA indicates a departure from generally accepted accounting principles. He further notes that plaintiff??s counsel elected to omit substantially all of the disclosures required by generally accepted accounting principles."
The CPA attached a letter saying it was a bogus financial statement and they still submitted it. They are so fucking smart that they are stupid.
"In the US, "noncommercial" is already well defined in law. This mistake seems to be a translation error or a misunderstanding."
Maybe the rest of the world doesn't agree with USA definitions?
Maybe something can be non-commercial and non-personal at the same time?
Personal use means just yourself doesn't it? If you have a medical marijuana license, I assume they are for personal use like other prescriptions, does that mean you can share with your friends and your license covers their use as well?
I figured out the problem.
Buddy said "scentsy" the cops heard "sensi" as in sensimilia.