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    Today, 12:31 AM
    "Deep State" == "Themme".
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  • osan's Avatar
    Today, 12:27 AM
    Actually, it is crap from the first sentence onward. You may read the analysis, beginning with the preamble. The analysis was divided into four parts. One has gone MIA. I have no idea what happened to it, but can tell you that if you glean my basic approach, you can reproduce my work readily and with ease for the third part, which is the one missing.
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    Yesterday, 06:37 PM
    Drudge again; Marijuana addiction is real, and rising SAN RAFAEL, Calif. • For as long as most residents can remember, smoking marijuana has been a part of life here. The fact that California legalized the practice in January went practically unnoticed in this quiet town a half-hour's drive north of San Francisco, where some say the normalization of America's marijuana culture got its start.
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  • tod evans's Avatar
    Yesterday, 02:17 PM
    tod evans replied to a thread Help! in Personal Prosperity
    I don't know of any construction jobsite that won't hire an English speaking laborer immediately. "The trades" are always looking too but I don't know of anyone who hires from paper or 'puter, show up and be persistent if you want to work... To this day, even with close to 40 years in carpentry, I tell clients that if they're not happy at the end of the week then don't pay me. You'd be surprised at the doors that'll open.
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  • tod evans's Avatar
    Yesterday, 01:32 PM
    You mean (gasp!) like a citizen?
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  • Weston White's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:29 AM
    Regardless, you are in fact being double-taxed, you are just being permitted to deduct the lesser amount, if applicable--which is a stipulation that could be amended at any time. Use the Tax Lookup Table... "File or Page Not Found" There is the California fuck-tard bureaucrats for ya! (Guess they are all too busy watching gay porn in their gender neutral restrooms to do any actual work.)
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  • Weston White's Avatar
    Yesterday, 01:55 AM
    Not exactly, such authority is wholly dependent upon context (e.g., California recognizes within its state constitution that the U.S. Constitution is the supreme law of the land and is thusly obliged to serve according to its erudite maxims), specifically as to the inherent rights of individuals and their pursuit of life, liberty and happiness; there are very concerning ethical considerations due to the people being served by their just form of republican government.* Government officials don't just get to do whatever the hell they wish, simply because they were "elected" or because they believe themselves to be self-entitled from their purchasing of a juris doctor or political science degree from whatever overpriced and overvalued socialist university. Again, the federal constitution fairly clearly besets the states from doing such; else, we are no longer 50-sovereign states, but are just one large bloc-continent with a national government and its states existing in name only with borders, flags, seals, etc., which are merely ceremonial and nothing more (see how well this worked out for the Soviet Socialist Republics of Russia.) No, that is not actually true (see below); regardless, it is the case in the most practical sense, as the intention of this is all is to collect taxes on Internet purchases, which includes taxes due to the state the purchases are made in--so the consumer is being doubly taxed, while the seller is effectively obliged to do work for both a state they have no direct association with in addition to the state they are operating from within.
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  • tod evans's Avatar
    06-23-2018, 06:18 PM
    Yes my family would survive, we'd be okay as would the vast majority of rural people. It's not my place to determine who's "soft" or who should perish but do yourself a favor and give the subject more than a fleeting thought.
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    06-23-2018, 04:00 PM Full article at link at top. Original at link.
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  • tod evans's Avatar
    06-23-2018, 03:57 PM
    Alexa? Bluetooth enabled toilets, refridge,washer/drier, phones that can be used as streaming devices unknown to the owner.... None of this is new news. Now let's talk about the modern man's inability to think critically or analytically when compared to his non-techie ancestors.... Maybe the physical effects of technology on man.......
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    06-23-2018, 03:51 PM Full article at link. --- So, Illegal Immigration to the US is a Right? A Right that comes at our expense? No Right can come at the expense of anothers Right.
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    06-23-2018, 03:41 PM Full article at link.
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    06-23-2018, 03:37 PM Full article at link. Now, just because you went to school and paid a shit load of money for an expensive piece of paper, it doesnt mean that you are guaranteed access to any of those top paying jobs.
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    06-23-2018, 03:18 PM Full article at link at top. Original at link.
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  • tod evans's Avatar
    06-23-2018, 02:36 PM
    Technology + Big-Gov = real problems for anyone who opposes Big-Gov... Any device that can be accessed can be used against you, maybe not in a "court of law" but certainly to help develop admissible evidence. See the countless threads about 7,243 felonies per day just in case you consider yourself free from such behavior...
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    06-23-2018, 01:03 PM
    Technology doesn't end with "an account or email address".... Kind of disingenuous don't you think? As to your query, yes a person could be considered tethered to a house, a car not so much as it's mobile and disposable although cars of today are rife with tethering technology....
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  • Weston White's Avatar
    06-23-2018, 04:38 AM
    Really, it is a great victory to be twice taxed for the same event? Say, let's just get the federal government in on this too, it can go from being a great victory to being a monumentally astonishing amazing victory. Seriously, WTF!
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  • Weston White's Avatar
    06-23-2018, 04:35 AM
    So far as this tax applies to non-privileged business activities, the ‘use tax’ is not constitutional, for states possess no sovereign power to control its residents as to their activities or arrangements occurring or taking place external to its borders (and frankly have no justifiable business seeking the business or sales records of foreign entities that its residents or visitors are party to)—e.g., imagine the utter lunacy of establishing a “vacation tax” upon residents that seek their fun and relaxation out of state. 1. This also pertains to establishing treaties, alliances, and entering into agreements or compacts with other states. 2. While, true concerning what are imports and exports, it is indicative that states are not to meddle in the affairs of foreign entities, including other states. 3. This is even further substantiated by the restriction on states from laying tonnage duties for the use of state operated ports.
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  • Occam's Banana's Avatar
    06-22-2018, 11:53 PM
    I'm not sure what effect the author of the OP article hoped to achieve by relating this particular anecdote. If it was shocked recoil at the interrogator's reply, then the attempt is (or should be) a complete failure. The interrogator is correct, as far as it goes. In fact, I would go even further and drop the word "necessarily." It's unfastidious, mush-brained nonsense like "all perspectives are valid" that has led directly to a world full of just the sort of insanities described in the article.
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    06-22-2018, 11:04 PM
    Fixed. Just how do you "lose" something you didn't have to begin with? (File in same drawer as "an increase in spending is a spending 'cut' if the increase is not as large as some other previously-only-notional-and-now-completely-irrelevant number" ...)
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    06-22-2018, 10:42 PM
    Clearly, everything is not bunnies and light, but nevertheless better than they were.. There is a good dose of half-baked stuff on that page, but a few good comments by those using their brains as more than hat racks were also present. To wit: The only thing there to which I take exception is the implications of the use of "robber baron". Beyond that, the statement is on the money. I see three general factors beyond the usual cycles of discovery as cited above to be of major influence. Firstly, government regulation. Consider ACA, the costs of which serve as a barrier to entry for entrepreneurial endeavors. SOX is yet another HUGE cost that keeps little guys out of play. Then there is the lingering aftermath of the dotcom fiasco where imbecile investors tossed money around without due analysis and got burned in wide and deep fashion. Consider that 23 year old infant who was handed $30+ million and threw a launch party with The Who as the entertainment. He went to prison as I recall, but that didn't get the investors' cash back.
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    06-22-2018, 10:09 PM
    The more we turn our backs to the UN, the better. The only exception is our position on the security council. Being able to veto their hair-brained schemes remains a useful thing, IMO. It would be my druthers that the UN be dissolved, but practically speaking it is not a good idea due to the corrupt nature of humans. If the UN is eliminated, just as it replaced the League of Nations, so would it too be replaced. UN is a known quantity and with our commanding position therein, the shenanigans can be managed and mostly thwarted. If a new organization were to rise from the ashes of UN, people would likely fall for whatever line of bullshit was being fed them as to why it is so necessary for everyone to come together as "one" and waive their individual rights in favor of those collective. Given the forces at play, eliminating UN could be more harmful than carefully thwarting that which is now well understood. And for the record, "UN Human Rights Council"... really... this doesn't even rise to the status of a joke. I've read and analyzed the UN Declaration of Human Rights. It talks a lot and says nearly nothing - weasel-wording from front to back, either designed to mislead or written by people who apparently cannot string more than two words together in coherent and sound fashion. The document is a travesty on its best day.
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  • Occam's Banana's Avatar
    06-22-2018, 09:51 PM
    Apart from Renner, I've never heard of any of those people. I have no idea what they might have been in or if I've ever seen them in anything. And I only know Renner because of the Marvel/Avengers stuff. (Also, IIRC, I think he was the lead in that Jason Bourne movie that didn't have Jason Bourne in it.)
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