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Agravating!! » Post #3

Fri Jun 03, 2016 19:32 in General Talk

ProAdCo wrote:
Lorelie wrote: I spent over half an hour working on a political survey, answering all their questions. My final question was: "Would you be willing to talk on the phone to a reporter about this survey?" No way do I want to talk to a reporter so I said "No." The next page said I did not qualify for the survey. They wasted my time, used my answers and then tell me I didn't qualify! That is totally UNFAIR!

You should of stated Yes


next time say Yes [ nobody will call you latter ].learn how to do surveys

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Fri Jun 03, 2016 18:56 in Success Stories

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Teacher have sex with 13 years old boy » Post #14

Fri Jun 03, 2016 18:47 in General Talk

Just a note from me
Prison ....not sure how it is around world but here in Australia it is 4 star hotel
Sending some criminals to spend some time in hotel is in my opinion sin
Prison must be just a hole in ground and just one sh...y meal a day


Back to topic DB ,Why She should be in hotel ,,,, just terminate bad people
my opinion just , but who care

Clinton: Trump would start a nuclear war » Post #1

Fri Jun 03, 2016 03:37 in General Talk

Your comment on that ???????????

today lucky day » Post #3

Fri Jun 03, 2016 03:14 in Success Stories

cool

Drones to replace Walmart workers... » Post #5

Fri Jun 03, 2016 02:08 in General Talk

rosegold wrote: Hey tasman...It's possible.. :o :lol:


My Dear , just accept it [ We are going to join dinosaurus ] , free ticket for humans

The latest Jibo family Robot latest video? » Post #5

Fri Jun 03, 2016 02:02 in General Talk

BouldRake wrote: I want Anita, the robot from humans. Go invent one of them, and we'll talk.

Oooh, or Marvin. I would love a Marvin. But the one from the books, radio, or TV series. Not the crappy white round thing from the film.

Nice , I want 18 years old girl . will leave robots to you, enjoy :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

Drones to replace Walmart workers... » Post #3

Fri Jun 03, 2016 01:55 in General Talk

rosegold wrote: More jobs gone...other companies will follow...Yep, it's Drones, Clones, Robots and Phones...What next ?? Thanks for sharing.



What next, Nothing , We EXPIRE. Close curtain.

Want to know A B C D of way of earning............ » Post #8

Thu Jun 02, 2016 22:27 in General Talk

ProAdCo wrote:
tasman1 wrote:
ProAdCo wrote: @ Tasman1

How did Kindergarten work out[/quote


fell few times but at the end managed to finish , plus grade 1 finished it only 3 years

You're doing well then. You left those other people behind. See what happens when one never gives up,
when you get it, you advance :clap:


:D :D :D :D :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Want to know A B C D of way of earning............ » Post #6

Thu Jun 02, 2016 22:23 in General Talk

ProAdCo wrote: @ Tasman1

How did Kindergarten work out[/quote


fall few times but at the end managed to finish , plus grade 1 finished it only 3 years

Want to know A B C D of way of earning............ » Post #4

Thu Jun 02, 2016 22:15 in General Talk

I finished only grade 1 so i understand A only... will start grade 2 next year

Finding dory have a lesbian couple. Warn your kids » Post #8

Wed Jun 01, 2016 21:28 in General Talk

rosegold wrote:
ProAdCo wrote: @ Davidbugs

I see the gang is beaten up on you

Yep...and it continues On.... :( :arrow: :arrow: :arrow: :arrow: :arrow: :( As Sonny and Cher Sang...and the Beat Goes On...and the Beat Goes On an on an on..


It as all about... Love Me , Love me not ,Love Me ,Love Me not.............

Extreme fast payment ,,,,tasman1 » Post #4

Wed Jun 01, 2016 21:12 in Payment Proofs

VitorDenis wrote: Nice Job Congratulations :thumbup:

Thank You

Extreme fast payment ,,,,tasman1 » Post #2

Wed Jun 01, 2016 17:51 in Payment Proofs

fast , paying on time , every time

Extreme fast payment ,,,,tasman1 » Post #1

Wed Jun 01, 2016 17:49 in Payment Proofs

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1,000 migrants die » Post #1

Wed Jun 01, 2016 02:52 in General Talk

The treacherous Mediterranean Sea crossing from Libya to Italy claimed the lives of at least 1,083 migrants over the past week.

The deaths were mostly caused by barely seaworthy smuggling boats sinking, a migration agency said Tuesday, citing new accounts from survivors.

The staggering death toll could foreshadow more disasters in coming months as the region gears up for the traditional summer-fall spike in human trafficking as the weather improves and seas grow warmer.

Aid officials say it also suggests that Libyan smuggling gangs are using even riskier tactics to profit from the torrent of people desperate to reach the safety and economic promise of Europe.

Making matters worse, the tally is only from the capsizings or shipwrecks known to authorities, who acknowledge they don't have precise information on how many people are being jammed into unsuitable vessels and swallowed up by the vast waters of the southern Mediterranean.

EU gone mad. Plans to block free speech » Post #10

Wed Jun 01, 2016 02:05 in General Talk

By Rey Barry

"Americans have free speech"

Among our bundle of exaggerations pleasant to believe, none is more alluring or deceptive than "Americans have Free Speech."

It's based on the 1st Amendment to the US Constitution that says "Congress shall make no law ... abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press ..." The 14th Amendment makes that applicable to the states also. We focus on that and look no further, missing the other 90%.

The truth? If you hold a protest sign on the steps of the US Supreme Court building, you will be arrested, fined, and jailed. Why? Because the chief justice totally abridged freedom of speech on his steps. He can do that because he's the Judiciary, not Congress.

The 1st Amendment doesn't apply to the Judiciary.

Suppose you were a sailor aboard the USS Seawolf on July 17, 1996, and suppose you witnessed a missile firing that brought down TWA Flight 800. You cannot ever reveal anything about it without fear of serious retribution. The Navy is under the Executive branch which can abridge freedom of speech at any time, for any reason or none, and be unaccountable to anyone.

The Free Speech Amendment applies only to legislative bodies, and they have many ways around it.

Away from government we have even less free speech. If you say, "That's a Japanese car" that's ok. But if you say, "That's a Jap car," you will be warned not to. If you do it again you'll probably be fired. Censorship has a new name, political correctness.

Kids who talk in a chat group or in email can be arrested, tried, convicted, and jailed, as happened recently to teens in Virginia and other states. They did nothing but talk. There were no acts committed or even planned, merely thoughts expressed. Expressing wrong thoughts is now a crime in the US.

You might think school kids are told they have free speech to trap them.

The First Amendment does not confer ANY right of speech. What it does is place a limit on the power of one branch of government, the Legislative, to control speech. And even that limit is as much myth as reality now.

We see it every day. Government workers called judges impose gag orders on everyone in the courtroom whenever they like, and are answerable to no one but fellow government workers.

The entire Grand Jury system, federal and state, operates in secrecy. Free speech? Anyone revealing more than a name and decision can be jailed without recourse and without end. And sometimes the agenda and even the decision are secret. There's no freedom whatever.

The Grand Jury system is an autocracy, government by one individual subject only to a jury finding that comes from the prosecutor's side of the case, because there is no other side presented.

New York State chief judge Sol Wachtler was famously quoted by Tom Wolfe in "The Bonfire of the Vanities" that "a grand jury would indict a ham sandwich, if that's what you wanted." He would know; he, himself, was indicted.

Recently California enacted a law keeping investigations of police misconduct away from Grand Juries. One state out of 50 admits Grand Juries are incompatible with justice.

The Executive branch routinely demands secrecy, puts embarrassing documents out of the public eye, can prosecute anyone who violates its self-serving "security net."

Departments in the Executive Branch are free to limit your speech if bureaucrats choose to. One example: real estate salespeople can be prosecuted for revealing to an inquiring home buyer that someone in a house had AIDS.

question about surveys and jobs » Post #2

Wed Jun 01, 2016 01:20 in General Talk

country thing

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Wed Jun 01, 2016 00:23 in Payment Proofs

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What will Briton do. Leave or Stay? » Post #32

Wed Jun 01, 2016 00:16 in General Talk

Nasty World......unemployment here around 5.8%

BUT


Youth unemployment here over 26%


No future for young
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