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NorthCarolinaLiberty
10-29-2016, 05:05 PM
So this is an update to a thread I made awhile back. I am asking if people here will like to join me on Yahoo Answers.

Yahoo Answers is a semi-forum where people ask questions and get immediate answers. The questions can be just about anything, but I usually answer practical questions. Examples are how to be a nullifying juror, how to deal with CPS (child protective services), how to handle a police roadblock, etc. I am hardly an expert in any of this, so I usually cite some legal/practical sources. Your own personal advice however, is often heeded.


Here are the pros of posting on Yahoo Answers:


1. Your audience (ages 13-retired) is captive because they are asking a practical question. They WILL read your answer.

2. The answers are short, to the point, and fairly instant.

3. You don't debate people, so you save A LOT of energy.

4. I copy & paste standard replies for questions that repeat themselves weekly/daily.

5. Moderation is scant. Except for threatening somebody, you can say just about anything. You can post anonymously or change your user name at will.






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Here are some of my answers. I received a Yahoo Best Answer with my replies on these threads. That means my reply is listed first on the page. Note that my user name is "l" My avatar is the an owl silhouette (black & blue in color):




https://s.yimg.com/wv/images/ac4d6cba9b4c7fc372f956899e4ac161_96.jpeg



This guy called to jury duty on a drug case is asking how to be a jury nullifier. I refer him to the organization called the Fully Informed Jury Association.
https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20161026110516AA4QWTM


Here is a high school (or college) student considering the FBI. I point to the FBI's own website, where they acknowledge they "elements of deception," and "intrusion into the privacy of individuals."
https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20160909124507AAzrS7n


This teen girl is doing a cop ride-along. I tell her about all the problems with cops.
https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20160618201921AA4lNuh


Here is somebody who wants to be a cop, but is on the fence about it. I tell him about all the problems with cops.
https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20160430074715AAbWjXL


This student is going on spring break and asks if he has to comply at border patrol roadblocks. I give him the lowdown and post the video of Terry Bressi making fools of the border guards.
https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20160307222057AAPJhnN


Here is an 18 girl considering the military. She is asking about military jobs, but I give her wider context on the problems with the US military.
https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20161013001340AAVVXn3


Here's a kid wondering how to deal with CPS.
https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20160812141313AAo3wYz


Another kid wondering if he has to talk with CPS.
https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20160408195223AA9pYLX


This guy needs advice on gun buying, which is an oft asked question. I always add my line about not calling state papers a "permit."
https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20160824164102AAKf2Zo


I've answered a number of parents concerned about vaccinating their kids. They are not even aware of the many resources. Some actually think you MUST vaccinate your kid for him to enter public school!
https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20160327114957AAoJ9mO


I've yet to get a best answer on how to handle a red light camera, however, I always post the information from the legal publisher NOLO. My reply is the first one at the link.
https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20161014092937AAdfYdK


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There's even a homework section where you can give advice.
This kid is asking for good debate points in legalizing weed for a school project. Hopefully, several dozen fellow students and teachers will hear these debate points:
https://answers.yahoo.com/question/i...5232551AAwze88

Here is someone asking about the Civil War. They probably hear the same tired story about how it was all about slavery, but I give an alternative point of view.
https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20161003182749AAhPZTF




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The "Gender Studies" section is amusing. It's has mostly divorced men, "feminists," and wimpy guys who are under the thumbs of girls or actually buy into their fem nonsense. If you ever wonder about why men are wimps, you'll get your answer there. By the way, it's not hard to make your point there. Mostly emotional points by fat women.
https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20161017221338AAMK000




That is just a smattering. There are many, many, many more.

NorthCarolinaLiberty
10-29-2016, 05:27 PM
I would be glad to see anybody from RPF on Yahoo. I learned some really good pointers on discourse from RPFers because this site--bar none--has the most thought provoking and intelligent people of any forum I have visited. Thanks also to Democrat progressives ZippyJuan, TheCount, PRB, Sam I Am, MaybeMaybeNot/O'Reich, etc. for their debates. I admit those guys are sometimes sharp and made me think. A special thanks also to Lucille who once showed me the CNTRL + F key in searching a word document. That has been invaluable in searching my notes.

So yeah, if anyone is interested, just go to https://answers.yahoo.com/. Again, you can post anonymously and constantly change your user name. Moderation is scant. You can make infinite Yahoo accounts.

I will suggest some Yahoo sub-forums in which people here might be interested:





Law Enforcement forum.
https://answers.yahoo.com/dir/index?sid=396546501


Law and Ethics forum.
https://answers.yahoo.com/dir/index?sid=396545448


Military.
https://answers.yahoo.com/dir/index?sid=396545449


Homework help.
https://answers.yahoo.com/dir/index?sid=396545134


And the joke forum that is "Gender Studies."
https://answers.yahoo.com/dir/index?sid=396545307

NorthCarolinaLiberty
11-02-2016, 01:39 AM
This had fewer than 300 views one day, and the next day it was 600. Now it's over 800. Are there really that many people on here? Seems odd.

NorthCarolinaLiberty
12-04-2016, 11:21 AM
So now it's getting really easy to post on Yahoo, especially since I have all my template replies. I take a few seconds to paste a link, and done. I am even getting Best Answers from just doing these quick copy and pastes. Here's a few:


I wrote just 3 words here and got a Best Answer:
https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20161117140809AARSdIX


Just two dozen words here:
https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20161031060439AAtI8Wy


https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20161103132848AA55wSc

Created4
12-04-2016, 12:07 PM
This student is going on spring break and asks if he has to comply at border patrol roadblocks. I give him the lowdown and post the video of Terry Bressi making fools of the border guards.
https://answers.yahoo.com/question/i...7222057AAPJhnN



Both videos "unavailable"??

NorthCarolinaLiberty
12-04-2016, 05:13 PM
Both videos "unavailable"??


Yeah, I don't know why it does that. The Yahoo URLs also disappear sometimes. It's as if they expire after being there a few weeks. The good thing is that threads don't get bumped. You get immediate answers and most people won't view a thread after one day.

You can see that the Yahoo forum is fairly crude with few sophisticated features, so they barely spend money on it. Site has a lot of bugs.

Either way, here is the Yahoo thread: https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20160307222057AAPJhnN


Here are the two videos of people making fools of the border patrol:




Terry schools the young border guard here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u6uw7506xMw









Nazi roadblock border guards get a taste of their own medicine:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z1e7EBze6ho

NorthCarolinaLiberty
12-04-2016, 05:19 PM
Hilarious bonus video:


4409 -- Illegal Alien at Checkpoint tries to steal my Camera!



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=btzlmMRU6pI

NorthCarolinaLiberty
12-05-2016, 10:12 PM
Law Enforcement forum.
https://answers.yahoo.com/dir/index?sid=396546501


Law and Ethics forum.
https://answers.yahoo.com/dir/index?sid=396545448


Military.
https://answers.yahoo.com/dir/index?sid=396545449






I have been hitting these sections pretty regularly lately. If anyone wants to step outside RPF for a few minutes, then I would welcome it. Expose people to views that they won't hear anywhere else. I can see the military section finally starting to get some people like me.

Even just going over there the neg rep people is useful. You can neg people anonymously.

Again, just login with your Yahoo account/email. Post anonymously. Even if just a few minutes.

Here's my avatar there:https://s.yimg.com/wv/images/ac4d6cba9b4c7fc372f956899e4ac161_96.jpeg

NorthCarolinaLiberty
12-30-2016, 02:54 AM
Anybody care to hit the Military section on Yahoo Answers for a week or so? I am taking off a little just to recharge my batteries. I hit it pretty hard this year.

Again:

1. Moderation is weak to nonexistent. Short of threatening someone, you can say about anything.

2. I post with my user name, but you can post totally anonymously.

3. People asking questions will listen to you. You WILL make an impact with a single post.

4. Since the moderators are practically gone now, feel free to copy and paste my posts.



Here's the military section: https://answers.yahoo.com/dir/index?sid=396545449. You just need a Yahoo email. Again, post totally anonymous and no one will see your Yahoo user name or email.

osan
12-30-2016, 10:59 AM
This guy called to jury duty on a drug case is asking how to be a jury nullifier. I refer him to the organization called the Fully Informed Jury Association.
https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20161026110516AA4QWTM

Here is what I wrote:


Constitutionality is irrelevant. What is RIGHT, however, is not.

Not only is it your right to nullify bad statute, it is a duty you hold to yourself, as well as your fellows.

The question becomes, what differentiates mere statute from LAW?

LAW is valid because it bases in principle, whereas mere statute is nothing more than the whim of some randomly chosen legislative body.

Violation of LAW is a CRIME, whereas violation of statute that does not rise to the standard of LAW, is not. It is a simple thing, and while at first may seem difficult, with some practice becomes easier and easier, as one's habits of thought and analysis become well tuned to the task of making the determination.

Is the simple possession of methamphetamine a crime? No. Why? Because in order for a crime to have been committed, there must be a credibly demonstrated victim.

Is murder a crime? Clearly yes. Why? Because there is a victim whose property (their life) has been stolen from them AGAINST THEIR WILL.

Is suicide a crime? No. Why? Because there is no victim, even though someone loses their life. Why is there no victim? Because the act was committed with the injured party's consent to said injury. In other words, a man cannot criminally victimize himself. It is by definition an impossibility.

Given all this, you now have most of what you need to be able to make these sorts of decisions. The last thing you should know, however, is that you may not always like the answers that the truth brings to your questions on such issues. For example, we may not like that people destroy their lives with drugs such as meth. What decent man would think this a good thing? But that does not mean we choose to agree with drug laws simply because they impose upon others that which we would have imposed upon them no matter that others might think. This is a very common error on the part of well meaning people.

Never violate the freedom of a man's prerogatives to choose just because he chooses something disagreeable to you. This is a deep and cardinal sin against your fellows, no matter how noble your intentions.

Freedom requires much of the individual, including courage, smarts, intelligence, and generosity of spirit toward one's fellows, ESPECIALLY when it is most trying to manifest these qualities in the face of the grossly disagreeable. Those are the times when a man's true cloth are made most clear. It is rarely easy to be free, but the rewards are well worth the costs, IMO.

So if you feel the drug laws in question are not righteous, then it is your duty as a free and self-respecting man to nullify them and to convince your fellow jury members to follow suit.

Good luck with it.

NorthCarolinaLiberty
12-30-2016, 05:26 PM
Here is what I wrote:

Thanks a lot, "Demon B!" Plus rep. I really like this answer and a lot of other answers you give on this forum. I am going to incorporate this one into my response for other questioners, especially the part about consent.

By the way, I don't know if the questioner will see your reply. Threads/questions do not get bumped on Yahoo Answers because it's a more immediate type interaction. The questioner however, does have the option to get a notification when a new answer appears. Hopefully, he will see what you wrote.

bunklocoempire
02-25-2017, 07:41 PM
temp ban bump

NorthCarolinaLiberty
08-10-2017, 07:55 PM
Anybody else besides me want to chime on this Homework Help question, and counter the ridiculous communist answer?

Your answer does not have to be long. Just a sentence or two and an example.



Question from Tony: How can we maximize human and business potential?

Answer from Reema: By promoting free education and healthcare, you can add value to the human resource. The more knowledge an individual gains the more independent he becomes. This needs to be an integrated effort taken up by governments of various countries that minimize their profit margins and aim to help the underprivileged sections. NGOs and other organizations can also aim to develop institutions that work to the benefit of the society.

As far as business potential is concerned the more independent the individuals become, the more needs for jobs are created thereby creating the need for more business to be established and worked upon collectively.


Answer from me: One way is to eliminate onerous regulations. Do you know one must have an occupational license in some states to simply to braid hair? The licenses cost a mint and are mostly used as barriers to thwart competition.

Below is an article from the magazine called BUSINESS INSIDER.

[More at link]

https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20170810080019AAcJTf3

angelatc
08-11-2017, 09:43 PM
Anybody else besides me want to chime on this Homework Help question, and counter the ridiculous communist answer?

Your answer does not have to be long. Just a sentence or two and an example.

I love that Reema got voted down. :)

timosman
08-11-2017, 09:45 PM
End wars.

NorthCarolinaLiberty
08-11-2017, 10:03 PM
I love that Reema got voted down. :)




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timosman
08-11-2017, 11:41 PM
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Cleanup, aisle 9!

NorthCarolinaLiberty
08-17-2017, 11:31 PM
Here's the latest question I answered:


Are governments in general good? (Particularly UK)?
I'm taking those moral alignment tests and they seem to be based off law a lot.. I want to know if law is something that can be followed to an extent or fully opposed.
https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20170818001851AAhGIBj

NorthCarolinaLiberty
11-08-2017, 12:05 AM
Does anyone else want to weigh in on these two questions? It's a chance for you to be heard outside of RPF. I also have a feeling that the two students are being unduly influenced by the very progressive educational system.


This first one is a student writing an essay. The question is Why the First Amendment should/should not protect the right to Hate Speech?

I actually question the very premise that hate speech exists, but not sure if I articulated my views very well. See the link here. (https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20171108045152AAxUSc4). My reply has the blue-black owl avatar.

The second student is writing a paper on "sexism." (https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20171108051244AA15zkS) I really think this is a pansy term and is greatly overdone.


The people posting questions on research papers often check them days later, and these were just posted.