I followed the link because I'm a concerned citizen. The fug ugly bastards who put up the page are asking for donations (I guess it costs money to email a petition to someone.) but I was not allowed to sign until I gave them my email... and they tired to made me agree that they can spam me every time they think of a new cause. God fucking damn. The whole world is populated by assholes.
Did anyone actually try MSN IM and see what happens to a link to Pirate Bay? It sent the link just fine for me. But that may be part of an MSN plot to um.. er.. well.. I'm sure they're up to no good somehow ... But this particular dog don't appear to hunt.
So ... is that a "no"? Surely anyone charged under this concept will have someone who spreads the word. My question is whether the administration's legal arm is claiming any arrests or violations of the secret interpretations. Such a secret would have to have a lot of cooperative civil servants in order to succeed, and in the past they have all pretty much shown that they will blow the whistle.
So ... has anyone or any group been charged with breaking Akbar Obama's secret interpretations? If so, what did the indictment say? Do prosecutors have to tell grand juries or federal judges what law precept is supposedly violated, or can they just sit and wink at the judge, asking for a directed verdict of guilty? Too much speculation here, not enough facts.
John, you're talking out your ass. You have clue how I run my business or what kind of cut throat foreign scam artists i have to compete with who are happily in bed with Mr. Google. I'm not a flamer, but you, sir, are full of crap.
I passed a new beauty salon opening in the Asian part of Richardson, Texas. On a portable sign by the street were the words "Blow jobs ... $5." By the time I got turned around, parked, and made it to the door, several guys were ahead of me at the entrance. But Richardson Police, who came to sort out the traffic jam, said that the owners could not be forced to give us the blow jobs when it was obvious that they meant "Blow drys". But everyone I talked to that day said that they believed it was a $5 blow job that they were offering. I think they should have honored their ad.
let me see if i have this straight ... i'm invited to a webinar about Free as a business model. and all i have to do is give you my name, information on my company, email address, home address, my home phone number ... and purchase the software to view it on? haha right. i think i'll pass.
... It's because that is all the gay guys there are in Texas. And they are all immigrants. It's a crime down here ... at least every six months it is. The courts overturn it and the Texas Legislature rewrites it and posts it again. God bless Texas.
A police officer is required by oath and by statute law to act when he sees a felony in progress. For a good officer to witness a felony assault, or any any other similar action by a bad officer, and then fail to stop it or file a report, makes the good officer a bad officer. There are no good officers, just some that are less bad. But the fact that I can say this with no fear of reprisal gives me some hope... Be right back, someone is at my door.
I lived in the deep south of Texas, on the Mexican border. I tried to help some of my Mexican friends learn English. They called the state troopers "highwaymen" I tried to get them to say "highway patrol". After being in the car with some of them, and being rousted at gun point, I realized that they were correct and I was the one in error.