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  • Yes, Carlos Slim could replace lending institutions as the largest land owner in Arizona.-
  • I'm not sure about Arizona specifically, but most states will uphold a verbal agreement that would have taken a year or less to complete "I'll lend you $450, as long as you pay me back in 12 months", I think you'd deserve your day in small claims court at least, who knows you may see your money before you even make it to court!
  • Every state has what's called the Statute of Frauds, which require certain types of contracts to be in writing. If a contract is not covered by the Statute of Frauds (and with a few other additional exceptions) it is valid even if just verbal. If you have witnesses who can testify as to the agreement, or a later ratification/acknowledgment of the agreement, then you may be able to make out a case in small claims court. As to your friend's word being good for anything, don't you already have your answer to that?
  • Witnesses can be influential. That doesn't mean that you will recover anything. A law suit w/attorney will cost more than the debt. A small claims court may rule in your favor, but that does not mean you will collect. It only places a judgment on the defendant. is his word good for any thing other than noise pollution ? Nope! Chalk it up to experience.
  • Yes. A contract for that amount of money is binding. Go to small claims court. It should cost about twenty bucks to file a small claims suit.
  • Since you will be the plaintiff in a case, you must prove that your friend owes you the money. Witnesses are important. Any email or written proof would be advisible too.
  • take him to small claims court along with all the witts without the agrement in witing its your word agaist his good luck
  • NOPE
  • So I was driving my friend's car from LA to Scottsdale apparently got snapped by a photoradar van. She just received the citation in the mail. It's clearly not her driving but it asks for her to blow up her driver's license and send it in. It also asks to identify the driver. What if she just says she doesn't know me? (We both live out of state) I'm thinking it's a little strange because how can they (AZ DPS) issue a ticket without properly identifying the driver? People of Arizona, if you could lend some advice, that'd be great.
  • If you hadn't been speeding in the first place you and your friend would be in this situation.
  • People here hate DPS. Looks like photo radar might get pulled soon. Fight it as the courts are even throwing this crap out.
  • MY SON GOT ONE OF THOSE OUT THERE IN A RENTED CAR, FIGHT BACK GO TO PHANTOMPLATE.COM AND GET THE TAG COVER.
  • You want a pool paint a rubberized material to seal the surface and not lend itself to bumps and chips. Epoxy is a hard surface and although it could work it would not be your first choice.
  • I never used it but I sure youre looking in the area of Marine paint. A regular paint store (not hardware store) can refer you more accurately. What youre looking for isnt any kind of regular housepaint. Epoxy would probably do the trick, but as thats not the kinda thing you wanna guess about or take chances, its best to consult the pro's who supply that kinda product.
  • look online for teacup chihuahua breeders in your area...some might have studs for breeding...i found 3 breeders for pom chis in my area..
  • I hope you have over $1,000 saved up for a c-section delivery. Small dogs-- and especially dogs under 4 pounds-- have problems with delivery. Even if the male is small, he could have larger dogs in his pedigree and throw larger pups. Also you can lose the mother in a complicated delivery. My vet was telling me about his vet tech who bred her chihuahua. The placenta from the last pup never even got expelled, so it got infected inside of her. I think the cost was around $5,000 in medical bills. The dog lived though. And chihuahuas are the #2 dog in shelters after pit bulls, so it's not like there aren't plenty of chihuahuas in the world. I don't think it's a good idea to breed your dog.
  • No, Do you know why? Because they do not exist. What BYBs called a "teacup" is a badly bred runt prone to health problems. No reputable breeder will ever breed dogs that are way to small, its causes way to many problems in health and later in life. Please read this and research a dog before you get one! http://www.barkrescue.net/teacup.htmOh I though you said you wanted a puppy not you wanted to breed your dog. and the answer is NO! There are already to many BYBs out there that cause suffering and death because they are selfish and want money. Your dog is to small to be bred if its a "teacup" AKA runt. Have you shown your dog? Did she earn her CH? health testing? etc...etc...etc...you have no business breeding! http://www.pbrc.net/breeding3.html
  • Hi, please read the attached article on breeding chihuahuas before you decide to breed your dog.
  • You can eat whatever the heck you want. If you choose to give up animal flesh for lent (and fish are animals), then that's your choice. I lived in Tucson for a few years and a number of Catholics I knew gave up "meat" for lent. They sucked at it, and I never understood how giving up chunks of meat (other than fish, which somehow aren't meat??, or meat stocks, or meat broths, or meat byproducts) was even close to Jesus dying on a cross for your sins.
  • Not eating meat on Friday is a man made rule by Catholics. It doesn't say anywhere in the bible that you can't eat meat on any given day.
  • distinctive Christians have distinctive ideals. the unique Church till now it grew to alter into prepared faith (prevalent as "followers of how" somewhat than Christian) observed basically one particular ritual and that's "Communion" the eating wine as Jesus' blood and eating the bread it fairly is his physique. it fairly is the only that Jesus asked they do to remember him. each little thing else became created later for various reasons. dissimilar followers of how observed Jewish eating customs on the grounds that became how they have been raised yet many did not because it became now not called mandatory so as to be closer to God. So an instantaneous answer on your question.... sure, and no. It relies upon on the Christian you ask and what denomination they're an ingredient of.
  • Aren't Catholic rules and regulations the same in southern arizona? I'd say NO.
  • You can eat meat on any day, in any location. But I'd rather you didn't.
  • I have this friend of mine that lives in another state (Arizona). We met several years ago, and we were roommates back in my home country. She then married someone from the US and move here, a few years ago I also moved to the US and I am now married and have 2 toddlers. My friend got divorced a year ago and she have a 4 and a 6 year old. She is a very bad financial situation, the husband is always late to pay child support and she doesn't seem to get a stable job. She doesn't speak a lot of English so her options for a job are pretty narrow. I alwaus try to give her courage and help her as much as I can. She once was so desperate that asked me to lend her $150 to pay rent that was late, otherwise she could be evicted. With my husband we talk about of her situation and we decided just to gave her the money in a way to help her, not asking her to pay it back. I had to pay extra to wire the money since she needed the money ASAP. We both belong to the same religion community but she says that the leader of the congregation she attends has denied help lately. Anyway, today after a couple months without talking to her, she send me an email asking me to lend her money again otherwise she would be evicted, she also told me she got 2 new jobs but she doesn't get paid until the 5th, but that she would send me a check before she gets paid as a token that she will be paying me the money back. I feel so bad for her because right before the husband ask her for the divorced her mom committed suicide and then she couldn't attend the funeral and then she lost the baby she was expecting. She doesn't have any family here, so I feel very close to her. But with my husband we have a policy that we won't lend money, but we will give it instead if we are able to, so we don't have a conflict if the person doesn't pay back, but in this case we already gave her money once without asking to get paid back and she again is asking in less than 6 months, I feel so bad but also I feel that if I give her money again she will keep asking every time, and that wouldn't be right. We are not rich, we live in a little apartment. We both, my husband and me, work because with my sole husband salary it wouldn't be enough to make ends meet, but we always try to help people when we can. What can I do? I don't want to be a bad friend!
  • I didn't read it to the end but I can tell you one thing. When you land money to a friend, if you are lucky, you can get one of the two back. Mostly none and almost never both.
  • I really wouldnt lend that much money to anyone! Don't.
  • A little over a year ago I added separate contract to my cell phone company with one line for my cousin to use. The bill was addressed to her home she agreed to let me know if at any time she could not pay the bill so we could cancel the contract. Anyways, since she had the pin number to call if she needed help with her phone or bill questions she added a second line without telling me. Four months into the contract she stopped paying the bill and failed to let me know for 5 months she did not make a payment so after a while my credit score started to go down and I found out in November of last year the phone company had sent me to collections. I confronted her because even the collections office had sent a notice to her address and she failed to tell me too! After I confronted her she AGREED to help me make the payments with a minimum of 25 a month to pay the collections debt off as they had given me a plan of 150 a month. Until this day she has only given me 25 dollars every time I ask her she says she will give me something but never does what can I do I can’t afford to be throwing away 150 dollars every month because of her she left me owing 1600$ what can I do? If you are going to respond with you brought this on to yourself do not even bother, there is a oral contract involved of helping me pay even with small payments of 25 a month for the debt she left me. I just do not know if I can sue for this in Arizona.
  • You take her to small claims court, but even doing that, it may not help. Get something of equal value from her until she pays you back. Life lesson #1. You don't lend anyone stuff (money) even if its a friend, relative, neighbor or co-worker.
  • Yes, you can sue your cousin.
  • All child restraints, booster seats included, forbid their use on a side facing jump seat. If your seats fold down from the side, the vehicle is not safe for the children to ride in and you shouldn't lend it to your sister. If they fold down from the back of the truck, then it is acceptable provided the booster seat fits per the manual (some require 100% of the base of the booster to be on the vehicle seat)- you'll have to read the manual to determine this.
  • I don't know the law, but I think it would be irresponsible for a child to go with a booster seat, no matter what age, even if the child is 10. Adult seat belts do not fit people less than 4 feet 9 inches tall. Car accidents are the leading cause of acquired disability, injury, and death for kids under 12. I'm not sure if I know about "jumper seats." Are these seats that fold down for use? If they have a 3 point lap and shoulder belt, then a booster seat can be used. If they don't, I would not recommend it as 2 point seat belts do not protect children (anybody) as well. Edit: I would trust star is a chick's answer because I don't really know much about Jumper seats or what the term is used for.
  • complicated step. look into on the search engines. it will help!
  • Someone wants me to lend them my Arizona address to apply for a tourist VISA. However, they're not planning to visit me, they're planning to travel to Colorado for work. What implications will I have to deal with if they get caught in a different state and for a different purpose than they had stated? Thanks in advance for your responses.
  • well, if they were really up to no good, the FBI would ask the State Department for the visa application, find your name and address and come knocking. Then, I'd imagine you'd have some 'splaining to do on why your address showed up but Juan didn't. The FBI has a very limited sense of humor with these things, so it would likely be a somewhat unpleasant experience. otherwise, it probably won't matter, but then, what's in it for you?
  • It is illegal for someone to work while on a tourist visa. If they get caught, they could get sent back to mexico and banned from entering the country for 10 years. You probably would not get in trouble, if you thought they were coming to visit you but didn't. But, since you know that they aren't you could possibly also get in trouble if they got caught (though probably it wouldn't be much more than a really big inconvenience.
  • Gerd is really suitable. we've not had a transit without visa software for a number of of the previous 10 years. So, in case you've already got a vacationer visa, it truly is wonderful. or you will get a transit visa, or C1.
  • I wouldn't worry about it. It's near impossible for someone in Mexico to get a tourist visa, if they don't have sufficient ties to Mexico (which this individual probably doesn't have, if he's planning to come to the US)
  • Tell them to use the address of an Hotel by the airport They intend to work illegally .. you dont need that
  • jail
  • I have a choice of going to college in las vegas or Scottsdale/phoenix but I don't know what's cheaper and/or better. Scottsdale community college looks nice, and I can't find info about a community college in vegas but I would really like to move to vegas. I want to study either mass communications or business, and music/piano performance. I want a quality and affordable education. Please help =)
  • I can see why you might want to move to Vegas, however look at the cities themselves and how they would lend to the learning environment. I went to Scottsdale Community College about 15 years ago. They have grown since then, but when I went there I was impressed with it. Also they work with the four AZ state colleges to make sure they align with their requirements so that your credit will transfer easily. The community surrounding the college is both urban and rural (Native American Reservation). There is plenty to do. Housing might be a little pricey but you can look at neighboring communities. Also they have a office there that will help with housing. Vegas I feel would be distracting with all the glitz. The choice is up to you though.
  • i live in Tucson, AZ and personally i want to move to Vegas, so i would choose Vegas....
  • My Chevy S10 (2003 42,000 miles) won't start. The battery was replaced last 3 weeks ago, and it ran for a week before the car just died. And when I say died, I mean I put the key in, the lights and radio came on, and then when I turned the key everything went dark and silent. No clicking. No starting sounds. No lights, no dash lights, no brake lights, no radio, no horn. I guess the little arms on the gas tank gauge goes up to half tank. Beyond that, nothing. A friend lent me his trickle charger and after examining it, he said the battery still seemed good. He recommended possibly that a fuse might be blown. I've looked through the internet, but haven't had much success in finding a similar problem. Yes, I bought the truck brand new, this is the second time I've had to replace a battery (heat kills batteries in Texas and Arizona), and yes it only has 42K miles. I do drive every day, but work is only 3 miles away. Any recommendations? Could it be a fuse? Does it sound like the alternator, do I have a short somewhere? I would be grateful for any help. thanks.
  • you have an connection problem,turn the key on,radio on then move battery cables once radio starts playing you have found the problem most likey corrosion or a loose connection
  • Disconnect the heavy wire at the starter and try it again. If it still acts the same, the starter is not the problem. It is not a fuse because a blown fuse would not cause everything to be dead when you turn the key. Fuses protect individual circuits and if one would blow, it would just open the circuit - not cause a heavy load. You could have a short, but it would be before the fuse block. It's possible that the alternator is the problem. You could disconnect the alternator and turn the key to see if anything works. If things now work, it would show that there is a short or ground in the alternator.
  • First thing to check is the cables on the battery...Make sure that they are TIGHT.... I have seen many times, when a car will go "dead" just because of a slightly loose cable on the battery. Remove it, clean it up, and put it back on, tightly. Battery was replaced, maybe the cable is a bit loose. I would not suspect a fuse, the fuse would be a fuseable link, and when it goes, ALL power goes. But I think it is just a bad connection. Also, make sure that the Gournd cable from motor to body, a big usually all metal braided cable, is tight. Loose grounds is just as bad as loose positive.
  • sounds like a charging subject. in basic terms sufficient juice to initiate yet once you turn something else on that attracts contemporary it dies. I guess the horn wont artwork both even as this happens. flow have your battery and alternator and belts checked. The battery might want to have a nasty cellular or connection. The alternator might want to nicely be defective and not in any respect putting out sufficient contemporary. The belt that drives the alternator might want to nicely be free and causing it now to not artwork wisely. All of those are lower priced and easy fixes besides the indisputable fact that it this isn't it, you go with to get your electric powered device appeared at thoroughly. i'm not particular if the s10 has a mind yet that would want to nicely be defective etc..
  • First check the connections on your battery, they could be loose or corroded. if they are removed and cleaned and re tightened this may solve the problem. You should be able to twist the cable connections on the battery and get a response. If not this we could be talking alternator, try to jump start vehicle then turn on lights to see if it dies. this means alternator gone. Good Luck
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  • I have had a pink DS lite for about a year (and a half?) and I have gotten bored. I gave up playing my ds for Lent (don't judge me you atheists!!! religion has nothing to do with this!) and i guess it worked. I have played it like three times since then... so i don't know if it would be smart to get a dsi... what are the benefits of the dsi? how is it better? if i were to sell it (NOT ONLINE!!! THAT MEANS NO EBAY!!!!) at like gamestop or game crazy, what is the best place to sell it (phoenix, arizona area)? how much would i get? I have only 3 games: Tauma Center: Under the Knife, WarioWare: Touched, and Kirby SuperStar Ultra. what would i get? please and thank you!!!
  • if you didn't play the ds why on gods green earth would you spend 175 on a updated back *** words dsi the only thing is has is the photo capabilities the internet is the same opera software. if you go to gamers store trade-in value is about 65-70 on ds lite and maybe 10-13 on games I traded my ds lite for a psp 2000 series and had 50 to get games
  • i particularly would not advise determining to purchase it. i could advise that carry on with the single you have now. i think of those are the sole colors for now nonetheless. The battery on the 3DS isn't as sturdy by using fact those until now it and the universal public will play with the three-D off after a pair of month of enjoying. The 3DS is $250 by using the way and you won't get plenty for you equipment, perhaps approximately $60-$ninety.
  • DSI is a rip of, if you buy from wal-mart they may just give you a box with rocks, and they don't have a GBA input, only good thing is the damn photo and internet which is nothing special.
  • i'd just sell it.
  • In the last few years i have read alot into the situation in Europe, Africa and Asia surrounding the trafficking of humans for slavery, sex slavery and general abuse. I would love to lend a helping hand with an organisation that looks to combat trafficking in all forms. I have applied for United Nations internships but they seem to be extremely well constested and few in number. I am recently University qualified and can speak semi fluent French. This type of work would be a dream for me (helping to solve the problem!) and anyone that could give me any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance. Te Koha.
  • Human traffickers are operating in Florida and Arizona.
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  • I need to find a new handlebar stem for my dad's old bike... The problem with the one he has on it is he's 6'2", I'm 5'10" My legs are as long as his, but his torso and arms are much longer than mine. The stem on it is about six inches long. I just need one maybe an inch long. It's an old red Bianchi Giro. It has the Campagnolo parts on it. I think the stem and all is original, the only thing he's changed is the wheels, and the seat that I know... I'm not sure is the handlebars are original. I think they're 66-44 Cinelli handlebars... That's all I could read on them, anything else was covered. On the fork, the decal on the sides say, I believe 'columbus foderi thron' Though I googled that, and couldn't come up with anything when I included 'thron', so I may have written something down that was incorrect. I've gone to REI, in fact I went to one in Arizona, when I lived in Phoenix, so you'd think that one might have something to help, and asked if they could help me with finding the stem for a mid 90s Bianchi, and the guy said he didn't have anything. But, I was hoping someone here might know, and could help? Or if you just know of a good website that sells older cycling parts that might have it that I could call to ask. (Currently, pictures of the bike are not possible, as I've lent it to someone, and won't have it back until tomorrow. I could always email requested pictures, if anyone so wishes, I suppose)
  • Stems are measured in mm or cm. You have to measure precisely "about" 6 inches won't work. Measure from the center of the recessed allen bolt at the top of the stem to the center of the bar clamp. The stem is probably 120 or 130 mm long. You should not buy a stem much less than 90 mm long or steering will be affected, it will become very twitchy. Cinelli bars use a unique diameter 26.2mm so you will need a stem that will fit your bar. Most quill stems use 25.8 or 26 mm clamp diameter, so you will have to find an 80 or 90mm Cinelli stem for your bar. Your alternative is to buy a new bar as well, which will give you a larger choice of stems. Columbus Thron tubing was common in entry level bikes, it is a good quality steel tubing, just a notch below SL tubing found in mor expensive bikes of that era. It could be that you could move the saddle a bit farther forward to get the position you want and still have not be too far forward in relation to the bottom bracket. You could experiment a bit to see if that works.
  • There is nothing special about this stem. Any real bike shop will have one or can get you one. REI is not a real bike shop.
  • Sorry for this being so long but please help me. So there is this guy in my bio and gym class. Let's call him Adam. We are freshman in high school. He just moved here this year from Arizona. Gym is right after bio so some times I walk with him. But anyway I really like. So he always makes fun of me because I say certain words weird. My friend Katie hit me in the face with her papers and I said what was that. Then Adam does the same thing and says that was this. Then another time I was really cold and wet because I got wet when it was raining outside. He lent me his jacket. Another time I had a penny and I told him if you scrapped it against the lab table it changed colors. He did that and then he hit me on the head lightly with the penny. Sometimes he makes fun of me when I say it is cold or because of how I say things. One day my shoe lace was untied. I was asking people to tie it because I did not want to . I asked him a few times. He finally said yes. He tied it like really tight. Then he started to double knot it. I was like oh don't double knot it and then I started to pull my foot away. He like wouldn't let go and said something along the lines of I'm tying so I am going to tie it like this. I kicked his hand lightly and he still wouldn't let go finally he did. To top that this girl who has lots of experience i.e. lots sexually and dating wise told me that me and Adam should go out. Fyi i am like a good girl(never drank, smoke, done drugs, had sex) Okay so my friend said to me I have theory that Adam likes you too and so I'm going to hook you guys up. Then my shoe lace was untied again(and just so you know this is a different day) So my friend the same one that said she was going to hook us up said oh go ask Adam, and I was like no. Then she was like fine then I'll bring him here. So she goes over to were he is and talks to him for a few minutes and then he came over to tie my shoe but by then I had already tied it. WHAT SHOULD I DO, DOES HE LIKE ME BECAUSE HE IS THE ONLY THING I REALLY THINK ABOUT i would ask him out but i am not that kind of girl. I'm not shy but I kind of am know what I mean.
  • Ok more details over the weekend he got a haircut. After bio during 7th period I was talking to my friend about how I didn't like it. Then she went and told him that in her next class that she has with him that I said that I didn't like it. She said that he said that he didn't want me to like it but in a joking voice.
  • Definitely. Trust me: Guys like to make fun and tease the girls they like. I've read a lot of books where that happens, and I've seen it play out in real life. It's a way to be noticed by the girl, and be around her while not making it too obvious. You could always let your friend do a bit more reasearch. I know it's really embarassing to consider going up to him and ask him out or something. After all, it should be up to the guy, but make it casual. It's obvious he likes you.
  • My advice? WAIT. For "Adam", he may well just be building up this friendship with you without considering the relationship part of it. I used to do that kind of stuff with almost every girl I knew..not because I was being horny and going around trying to pick up girls. I just did it naturally and I've got a feeling that "Adam" does the same thing. Looking back at my hs years now, there may have been quite a few girls who were shy like you who I never knew had an interest in me because I wasn't considering that possibility. Wait a little bit and build up your friendship, but not long enough for a different girl to ask him out. Then, when you are ready, you need to make him aware somehow of how you feel. He probably doesn't realize that you actually have feelings for him past being a friend. Just let it slip and see where it goes from there. Edit: From the other side of the perspective, melsbowling got it right..except for the part about the tactic she used to use. She was right about it as long as you take her other advice into account; you have to make sure he doesn't stand and wait for other girls who wander away or hurry to catch up to them because he could just be exceedingly friendly to everyone. That is the way I was, which really makes it hard to realize when someone has feelings towards you.
  • Sometimes guys have trouble expressing their emotions for someone so in turn they make fun of, hit, poke, tickle and do other things to the girl they like. It is quite normal in fact. He is just shy and can't bring up the courage to ask you. Don't be surprised if he does though, that he does it over a text or on a messenger because it is in some ways his "security blanket". He may think you will say no, and rejection feels a lot better over the internet rather than in person. If you do really like "Adam" your best bet is to ask him yourself if you can't wait. Otherwise, just wait. It may come out eventually.
  • hon, you're so young, naiive, it's cute. Yes, he likes you. They do that sometimes, hit and make fun of girls they like. Boys will always be more immature than girls at that age. But he may not have the confidence to ask you out, so why don't you just invite him for a pizza after school, so it's not so officially a date. Then see what happens.
  • It sounds like he likes you. Maybe you should try to ask him out. To a movie with friends. So it's not just the 2 of you. And say you need to get to know the area since he's new, right? So try it. Email me if you need more help.
  • Yeah. At this age, the one sure way a 14 year old boy likes another girl is if he acts like a complete *** to her.
  • he likes you!.. he is probably shy and he doesn't know if you like him, so that's why he's flirting with you.. honestly, i wouldn't get your friend involved with it though.. that's kind of a turn-off and it would feel more awkward.. you should just go up to him and ask if he wanted to go to a movie sometime.. what's the worst he can say.. no?.. good luck with "adam"..
  • contained in the destiny really a lot skill you'd be his lady friend quickly if he's acquainted with you want him so im particular if the mummy and dad already approve of you you en the guy you want may have a sturdy relationship
  • He likes you!!!!!! Deffinitely Or just really wants to be good friends But he dif wants you. Hitting girls and stuff in a playful way means they like you. SSo ask him I am a freshman without any experience but this one was very obvious to figure out. He likes you. Ask HIM!!!!
  • You sound a lot like me I am a freshman too I am also a "good girl" I think he defiantly likes you Don't ask him out though wait for him some guys don't like likke it when girls do the asking out sounds like a good guy for you good luck chica
  • Isn't it unfair for us to want them to leave since all of california nevada arizona utah newmexico and a good chunk of texas was land of mexico's UNTIL us AMericans came and STOLE IT FROM MEXICO.... STOLE!? Life over there isn't that great, why else would they want to come over here where they have a CHANCE to live freely and with food in thier bellies. COULD ANY OF YOU honestly say after looking into the eyes of your hungry children (with no hope for a better life in mexico) that you wouldn't do whatever in the world it took, to give them a life where they don't go to bed starving and they don't wake up each morning with out a future?... I would just like any DECENT parent hopefully would. I know we have a problem with taxes, jobs and money and all of that...but there has to be another way... they are not all bad criminals who smuggle drugs in... there are genuinely great people who want a better life... just like any one else....
  • dditional Details 31 minutes ago the United States offered to purchase California from Mexico, for $5 million and $25 million, respectively. The Mexican government refused the opportunity to sell half of its country to Mexico's most dangerous neighbor 28 minutes ago I understand we haven't been great to many races.... I understand the thought of us barging in taking what they want... moving people out... slavery.... is terrible it sickens me as well but.. I've been thinkin alot about illegal immigration and mexico lately... I don't think it's more important.. I'm just not talking about the other things in this question 22 minutes ago yall need to read this... www.historyguy.com/Mexican-American_War.... we basically took it then said well I guess we could pay you 15 million... they didn't just hand it over... why was there a war over it if mexico was willing to just hand it over???
  • don't get me wrong I LOVE THIS NATION ... I cry when when the star spangled banner plays... I know we have something good... But why can't we share it? Why are our children more important than others... ? This land was native americans and mexicans before it was ours...! yes we gave them money but it wasn't worth it to them I'm having a hard time understanding why.... I AM SO LUCKY to be born in a winderful country with great things, but that I shouldn't shareit. What if YOU were born into Mexico? would you just let your life waste away or... would you try to better your self... move to the land of oppertunity? Actually the price of illegal immigration can be close to 8,000 dollars now... If it is so easy to come here legally then why would they waste that much money... And Just for your info, usually mexicans have some one already here lend them the money until they make it over here. I don't blieve it's right but I do believe there's not too many reasonable op
  • The irony.... The pilgrims came over here to America (second to native americans) looking for freedom and liberty, a better way of life...they achieved it and you are here with your nice little home and children benefiting from them TODAY ... Now others want the same opportunity and we deny it... Am I any BETTER than the next person??
  • I totally agree with you... not all immigrants are bad people and most of them do pay taxes... If you had the chance of giving your child a better life by coming to the US i would hope most people would... and immigrants have a huge impact on our country's economy.. the US is made up of mostly immigrants.. could you imagine how it would be without them?? EMPTY... economy would go way down!!! having immigrants in the country is not necessarely a bad thing..(although there are a few bad ones)
  • I wouldn't bother answering this, since I answered it last time, but I want to point out that reasoning adults are not going to be persuaded by any theory that we owe Mexicans whose ancestors did NOT live here when we got the land anything at all. Mexico got its land the same way we did, and after it became ours we built and paid for what they come here illegally to get. The descendants of those who were Mexicans and now are Americans are not illegally going in the other direction, at all. Their better life is entirely at our expense.
  • The powerful country who won, got the land and has the rules regardless who own the land first. It sad but It happened. It's not only in Mexico, It happened in another part of the world.
  • Sorry, but all land at one time was taken from someone by someone else. ALL LAND. It is the nature of man. So, "tough luck" said on that, on to immigration. Stand in line, follow the rules, no problem. My great-grandparents came here that way, therefore I am here. But you can't just stampede in here.
  • Well, When there is a way to enter why should the people not follow that route leglally? I've met many illegals -Pakistan,Haiti,Honduras,Ecuador,Iraq,Tu... All these people are always in constant search of women here to marry , so as to legalize... more than half of illegals I've seen were already married in their home countries,have kids here and there . A law is law and it should be implied to all.
  • My idea for immagration is line them up and sell a GED test (in english )for $5,000 if they dont pass with a 80% or higher they have to pay again If they dont pass. If they do pass they can stay as long as the want. We also have to stop people from sending money accross the border. its destoying the economy.
  • i AM MARRIED TO AN ILLEGAL IMMIGRANT AND LET ME TELL U EVEN IN WISCONSIN THEY DO ALL THE JOBS MOST PEOPLE AROUND HERE WON'T DO. HE IS A VERY HARD WORKER AND SO ARE THE MOST OF THEM SO KEEP THEM HERE IT WAS NEVER A PROBLEM TILL PRESIDENT BUSH BROUGHT IT UP.
  • i thought we fought for the land, i remember reading about the alamo. so if they want it back then they need to fight for it i guess. not very fair, but i guess thats how it works nowadays.
  • I'm looking to start a wiccan study group for teenagers (13-17). I am not a perverted 40 year old, I am 15 and just really want to be able to get together with other wiccans. I don't want it to be a big group, and I don't want it to be just females because I am a male and It feels to weird being the only one. I don't want chrisitan freaks wasting my space saying things like "Are you a devil worshipper?" or "Your going to hell" I only want responses from wiccan teens in my area. Blessed Be!
  • Technically there are no such thing as 'wiccan teens', Wicca is an initiate-only priesthood that is oathbound so one has to be initiated into a BTW coven in order to not only follow but learn about the beliefs, practices, doctrines, gods and mysteries of the priesthood. Wicca covens do not initiate people under the age of 18 years old, first and foremost this is because of legal reasons – no sane parent would allow their children to run around skyclad (naked) with adults who refuse to tell anyone outside of their group what they do when with one another, this is more so when you consider that alcohol is often consumed during rituals and Wicca have rituals such as the great rite that have heavy sexual undertones. This could not only pose to get many Wicca covens into a lot of trouble legally, and force them to break oath if police were to get involved asking what was going on, but this would also mean that a lot of children and teens would find themselves victims of people who pose a threat to them. There are also then practical reasons, Wicca is a very formal practice as much as it is a religious grouping that embraces the idea of following ones own personal path, it has very specific practices that must be taught and this requires not only commitment but hard work – many people spend decades before even looking for a coven, many people also will move themselves and their families to whole new locations in order to join a coven. Because Wicca is oath-bound they also need to be sure that members can be trusted not to break the oaths, many teens are not equipped to understand the importance of this, also many teens are not able to understand the complex philosophies and mysteries within Wicca. Furthermore teens are exploring their world and themselves, you may very well become Wicca, but most teens interested in Wicca are interested in Wicca for the wrong reasons, or even if genuinely interested in Wicca will still leave Wicca for something they find works better for them as they get older. With that said, you can of course still study Wicca and if it is something you wish to become when you are older you will have a good few years of knowledge behind you from study you do now. Or many people your age go towards Neo-wicca – this is a belief system that works upon the inner-court teachings of Wicca (things about Wicca that are not oath-bound, things often used as placeholders to explain Wicca beliefs and practices without telling people outside of Wicca exactly what Wicca is), it is a lot freer and more open to personal interpretation, solitary practice as well as coven-based and because it is a new age form of faith it means that there is a lot more freedom to take beliefs and practices from other sources to incorporate into your own beliefs within Neo-wicca. If you do wish to start a study group online is really not a safe place to do that because of course some people are 40 year old perverts seeking teens like yourself to practice devil worship or run around naked with – even some Wicca can be questionable people, don't think because someone is Wicca they are instantly good people, that is simply the impression many people get (that Wicca is all about love and light, new age crystal gazing, peace and tree hugging). You do have to be very careful, as someone already mentioned go to Witchvox – http://www.witchvox.com – from there you can find local pen pals and existing groups. It might be a good idea to get a friend to go along with you to a local moot (pagan meeting) to meet other local pagans in a safe place where others can watch out for you, from there you may be able to find teachers or even covens, or at least like minded people who may be able to point you into the right direction and help you get a group together, maybe even lend you study material. When you are a teen it is good to have other people with similar beliefs and ideas to you, and when it comes to Wicca it does help to share resources – of course any study is more fun with friends.
  • I am not a teen in arizona, I am a wiccan teen though... I just noticed that there were people evangelizing to you through their question. I know how you feel, for two years, since I have became Wiccan I have been literally terrorized and harrassed by these christian evangelists who try to convert people. I wish you many great endeavors and good karma. Good Luck! If you have Myspace message me on it myspace.com/razorblademandii, blessed be!
  • You know Razorblade, your name shows you have issues. Christians don't terrorize you they are concerned for your soul. Wicca. is a false teaching. THe Bible shows it all up front if you read the Bible. Wicca on the other hand hides info from the craft which is deceiving. Ya I want my life to be surrounded by people keeping secrets from me....
  • If you didnt want any Christians posting anything then you shouldn't have posted anything where millions of people from other religions could see it. I agree with John.
  • Dear Azkid, Have you considered the possibility of committing your life to Christ? Please commit your life to Jesus Christ. He loves you and died on the cross for you. For a brief explanation of the gospel (of salvation through Jesus Christ), see http://www.godsci.org/gs/new/essence.htm...Cordially, John
  • sorry i'm in flora illinois. 16 male new to the craft
  • http://www.witchvox.com for networking.
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  • USE YAHOO SEARCH ENGINES> DUH
  • Jeremy gave good information. Just an FYI that credit cards are considered open ended accounts, not written. This is established under the Truth in Lending Act.
  • Check for your state here: http://www.fair-debt-collection.com/stat...
  • Try posting an add on craigs list, list your qualifications and how much experience you have, dont forget to add an age limit you are interesed in. And how much you would prefer to be paid per child/hour. Also put whether you will watch them at your home or theirs. If it is yours provide a picture of your house or living room, backyard etc. Im in el mirage so its al ittle far for me :) And my 5 year old would probably drive you nuts.. he drives me nuts. :)
  • I'll be traveling to Tucson Arizona real soon (no escaping that), and I'm not too keen on the heat. I think I'm heat sensitive (I don't know if its just me but when I'm on my period my body temp seems to increase) ,although physically nothing is wrong with me, I just tend to get worked up about it. I HATE SUMMER. I'm noy used to such extreme weathers. Does anyone care to lend any useful tips as to STAYING HYDRATED? I'll also be enduring a long car trip from Tucson to Sedona. Not very fun for me, as I tend to get restless/anxious...being boxed in a car so long, with nothing but desert as my view. All insights, rants, and positive stuff are welcomed
  • You are getting overly worried. Its not all that bad as it may appear. I live in the Phoenix area and have done several trips to SD, LA, Tucson and up north. Tucson to Phoenix is the only time you will see a lot of desert. But its just 1.5 hours. With a/c on and a small cooler with water and maybe gatorade, you will do just fine. Especially, since you will be driving north most of the time, the sun will never be directly on you (going to LA or SD in the evening is bad since the sun stares at your face).... AZ is hottest around 3-4 pm. Avoid those times. PHX to Sedona on I-17 is pretty decent and short drive. You will gain elevation and although it will be sunny, it will also be green and breezy. Have a good trip !!!
  • I have recently moved. I am not on my sons birth certificate because she didn't put me on it, even though I wanted to be on it. I have not tried to pursue anything legal with her just because I figured I would give her some time to let the pregnancy hormones calm down to see if she would see things differently. We had an arrangement where I watched my son half the time and her the other half. One day she decided to revoke my privileges because she said she didn't trust me. I haven't done anything to her and have always been helpful. I have always returned him when she has asked. I even lent her my vacuum cleaner which she has never returned to me and I am sure is planning on keeping. She ended up cheating on me three months into the pregnancy. I didn't do anything wrong to her but she was upset with my existence. My presence itself was annoying to her. Everything about me irritated her when all I did was try to help. I think it is because of her past relationships. She dated me because I was a "nice guy". Well in her past she has claimed to be cheated on, raped, the list goes on. She has another son with another guy and the guy won't let her see him. I am assuming she is thinking I am like him and therefore treating me like I may be like him in fear. There is nothing I can do to shake this fear apparently no matter what I do. She feels that everything I do is fake I guess. Anyways I asked her if we could agree to a parenting time plan and she told me that she had already filed. She doesn't know where I live or any of my information as far as I know. What information is necessary in order to file a petition and get it served? If I show up to the court house will they serve me there? Is a petition invalid unless it is served within a certain amount of days? What about filing for paternity? It's not that I am trying to avoid my son. I actually would like 50/50 physical custody. I just would like to petition her first. Reason I would like to petition her first is because it supposedly looks bad if she files first, and I am not a bad person. I truly feel I deserve to be a father as I haven't done anything wrong.
  • She would also need an address so that you could be served with the paperwork. I think she's just blowing smoke and hasn't actually done anything. Right now, you have no rights to your baby. The child has no legal father because there is not one listed on the birth certificate. Here is what you need to do. Petition the court where the baby resides. You have to file wherever the baby lives. Ask for a DNA test and to be added to the birth certificate if you are the father. Ask for joint legal and physical custody for the two of you. Judges like to grant 50/50 because it's usually in the best interest of the child. A visitation schedule can also be ordered. You may or may not have to have several court dates to get all this settled. You will need a lawyer who is involved with father's rights to help you out. Don't just try to go it alone because you want to get what is best for your child. You will need her name and current address to have her served the paperwork. Good luck
  • Yes, it is possible that they could find you just from your name. However, I suggest going to court ASAP and filing for a paternity test.This lady sounds like a loosey goosey and the kid might not even be yours. Once paternity has been established, then file for JOINT custody.If you are a fit parent, they will more than likely grant your wishes.Also, if you do joint custody, you do not have to pay child support so then, you don't have to file if you are going after joint. Get on this though...go to court tomorrow to set this up. Good luck.
  • I'll be traveling to Tucson Arizona real soon (no escaping that), and I'm not too keen on the heat. I think I'm heat sensitive (I don't know if its just me but when I'm on my period my body temp seems to increase) ,although physically nothing is wrong with me, I just tend to get worked up about it. I HATE SUMMER. I'm noy used to such extreme weathers. Does anyone care to lend any useful tips as to STAYING HYDRATED? I'll also be enduring a long car trip from Tucson to Sedona. Not very fun for me, as I tend to get restless/anxious...being boxed in a car so long, with nothing but desert as my view. All insights, rants, and positive stuff are welcomed.
  • There isn't much you can do to stay hydrated other than drinking a lot of water. Make sure you have a water bottle with you at all times, especially if you are forced to be outdoors. In fact, it wouldn't hurt to have 2 of them and keep one in the freezer. It will melt down fast enough and stay cold longer. If you do this, don't do it with the cheap plastic ones though because they may crack...get a hard plastic one such as a Nalgene (the ones that hikers and campers use). Sometimes wearing a hat helps block the sun and when you dress, wear lighter rather than darker colors since darker colors absorb heat and lighter colors reflect it. Sunglasses are also probably an excellent idea. In the car, hopefully the air conditioning is working. If you stop, put up a sun shade in the windshield to block out the sun. You can get these usually in the 99 cents store. Also, leave the windows cracked a bit to let heat escape. A trick my dad taught me way before I was even old enough to drive was to push the seats forward if the sun is beating through the back window. That way the backs of the seats will get hot instead of the steering wheel or the part of the seat that you sit on. Sometimes on really hot summer days I cover my steering wheel with something, such as an old t-shirt or pillowcase to help keep it cooler to the touch.
  • The best thing is to pre-hydrate the night before and drink water throughout the day at regular intervals, at least once an hour, whether thirsty or not. Good luck.
  • I've been in your same situation. I moved to chicgo from Florida about a year ago. And I didn't want to go at all and I was so scared. Honestly the Only advice I can give is to be calm and be yourself. Don't act differnt to fit in because that's not the people you should be with. It's honestly not that bad though. I'm mving bad to florida this summer and I accualy don't want to move back. I like it up here better which I never thought would happen. Just give it a chance and be excited. It's like a new adventure! You never know you may love it!
  • The Heat in Tucson? I'll be traveling to Tucson Arizona real soon (no escaping that), and I'm not too keen on the heat. I think I'm heat sensitive (I don't know if its just me but when I'm on my period my body temp seems to increase) ,although physically nothing is wrong with me, I just tend to get worked up about it. I HATE SUMMER. I'm noy used to such extreme weathers. Does anyone care to lend any useful tips as to STAYING HYDRATED? I'll also be enduring a long car trip from Tucson to Sedona. Not very fun for me, as I tend to get restless/anxious...being boxed in a car so long, with nothing but desert as my view. All insights, rants, and positive stuff are welcomed.
  • Well, I live in Tucson and you might be in luck. We are in our monsoon season right now and the temp can change up to 20 degrees in a matter of hours due to the rain cooling everything down. However, if you are not used to the heat wear light colors and drink lots of water.
  • I have recently filed a claim in the county court against someone I lent money to (after not receiving repayment for 8 months). I have submitted the court claim, which was accepted and issued to the defendant by the court on December 2nd. However, she hasn't attempted to pay me, despite knowing the claim has been issued against her. I know she lives at her parents' house as well as her own, so I'm wondering if I am legally allowed to send a copy of the claim to their address. Can anyone shed some light on this? I'd be really interested to know. Thanks in advance :)
  • Your state must have really different rules than Arizona. Here, you file your case in the court and then it is up to you to have the defendant properly served. Proof of service must be filed with the court. The defendant then has a set amount of time to answer. If an answer is filed then the case goes to a hearing and if the answer is not filed the plaintiff (you) can ask for a default judgment from the court. Even if you win your case, there is no guarentee that you will ever collect a dime. If they don't pay you can garnish their wages - which involves more fees and filings and if they are in a really low level job they can just quit. But the court does not collect for you - the judgment merely gives you the legal right to go after the money. Check with the court for your local rules.
  • Control: Jews 1% of population: control politics, world opinion, NYC, & have lots of money "At the beginning of the twentieth century, the Jews sit at the junction of the world financial markets. They are an international power. Although only one per cent of the world's population, with the help of their capital, they terrorize the world stock exchanges, world opinion, and world politics. New York is today the center of Jewish power." - Nazi propaganda film, "The Eternal Jew," Gays 1% of population: control politics, have lots of money "Homosexuals display political control far beyond their numbers. A tiny fraction of the population (about 1 percent), homosexuals have one of the largest and fastest growing Political Action Committees in the country (The Human Rights Campaign) and give millions of dollars to candidates". - Robert Knight, Family Research Council, testifying before the US Senate Labor Committee hearings on S.2238, July 29, 1994.
  • Threaten Christians Jews consider Christians 'heathens', want destroy them "What does the ancient Talmud law teach? Let us hear some quotes....[now supposedly quoting the Talmud] Praise to the Lord who has set apart the holy Israelites from other people. The heathen, who do not keep the law, will be destroyed." - Nazi propaganda film, "The Eternal Jew," Gays oppose religion "Militant homosexuality is fundamentally opposed to religion, family, and anything that presupposes a natural moral order, a transcendent God, or something else higher than ourselves. The activist homosexual agenda and worldview are fundamentally incompatible with Christianity or any form of true religion, because homosexuality is ultimately narcissism" - THE ASSAULT ON CHRISTIANS BY THE MILITANT HOMOSEXUAL MOVEMENT, by Steven A. Schwalm, Family Research Council, http://www.frc.org/podium/pd98j2hs.html
  • Are like rats Jews are like rats "Wherever rats appear they bring ruin, by destroying mankind's goods and foodstuffs. In this way, they (the rats) spread disease, plague, leprosy, typhoid fever, cholera, dysentery, and so on. They are cunning, cowardly, and cruel, and are found mostly in large packs. Among the animals, they represent the rudiment of an insidious and underground destruction - just like the Jews among human beings." - Nazi propaganda film, "The Eternal Jew," Gays are like rats "Homosexuals, like rats, are crawling out of their holes, only to be fed lovingly by church people and politicians." - The 13th, right-wing Catholic newspaper in Austria.
  • Gays and Jews in the Bible Jews violate the Bible "For example, in Deuteronomy it is written: 'Unto a foreigner thou mayest lend upon usury, but unto thy brother thou shalt not lend upon usury.' " - Nazi propaganda film, "The Eternal Jew," Gays worth of death, say Bible "Not only is homosexuality a sin, but anyone who supports fags is just as guilty as they are. You are both worthy of death (Romans 1:32)," Rev. Fred Phelps quoted by State Press (Arizona State University), March 11, 1998.
  • Threaten Children Jews think it's ok to murder children "The Jew Lorre in the role of a child murderer. Not the murderer but the victim is guilty, according to this film, which presents the criminal sympathetically, to gloss over and excuse the crime." - Nazi propaganda film, "The Eternal Jew," Gays recognize pedophiles as prophets "...one of the primary goals of the homosexual rights movement is to abolish all age of consent laws and to eventually recognize pedophiles as the 'prophets' of a new sexual order." - "Homosexual Activists Work to Normalize Sex With Boys," Family Research Council publication, July 1999, http://www.frc.org/misc/bl057.pdf Gays propagandize to children "In fact, most mothers are more concerned with protecting their children from homosexual activists, who insist on their supposed 'right' to propagandize young schoolchildren." Jul 12, 98 - Americans for Truth About Homosexuality press release
  • This "question" is nothing but an amateur attempt to spread FASCIST HATE PROPAGANDA against the two groups he identifies as persecuted. This asker is not [openly] gay. He / she is not Jewish, nor[integrally] Christian. He / she is, at least for the time being, choosing to be a FETISHIST and a HATER. This is why he / she has such quotations at the fingertips, including a translated transcript of a decades-old hate flick---quite an interest there. addressing this BS "question" (for the benefit of other readers, anyway): Nazi POLICY vs. personal sentiments of individuals POLICY forbidding / reversing assimilation & death sentence vs. hope on behalf of some individuals that homosexuals will "convert" to being straight (assimilate) "PIDDY"'s post is that of a pathetic, *aspiring* PSEUDO-intellectual who can't philosophise worth a chihuahua poopie!
  • Actually, gays are at least 10% of the population, or more. Other than that, yes, the situations are parallel. Hate usually takes the same form. First it identifies a group as "other" to separate them from the group. Then it identifies them as some kind of threat to the well being of society. Then it tries to dehumanize them by accusing them of eating babies and such. The same process was used in the Inquisitions, the Crusades, the violent occupation of the Americas, almost any genocide, ever, anywhere. Hate is rarely original, never justified. There's a political blog, called Americablog, where the owner John has done some writing on the parallels between the Nazi view of Jews and the Christo-fascist view of gays. Check it out, he's a good writer.
  • I've never personally met a true Christian that hated "gays". I know a lot of Christians that are concerned about the eternal welfare of those that engage in homosexual behavior. This is often seen as being "anti-gay", however, it is just the opposite. The most unkind, hateful thing that a Christian could do is not to warn sinners to flee from the wrath to come. This is not limited to homosexuals alone but it is true that there is not a single person alive that does not need to have their sins forgiven by God. God is a loving God, and He has provided salvation full, free and eternal through faith in the person and work of Christ. However, God will not violate a person's free will... God didn't create robots. Every person has the right to choose... Life... Or death... Heaven... Or Hell...
  • Bieng gay isn't a sin as that's a lie promoted by homophobes so truthsayer is wrong as are other homophobes/haters. Gays don't want the age of consent dropped so that peados can abuse kids nor do gays recognise peados as prophets as peados are scum. Gays don't propogandize young children - that's some heterosexuals role in life. Most of the lies about gays are from homophobic groups that fake a concern for others whilst only promoting hatred, bigotry and intolerance so it's no wonder these groups have strong ties to christians Edit: Morgaine has an excellent answer that I agree with. Robert R is an example of a bigot who doesn't realise that gays are into the same sex and that isn't going to change because of ignorant losers, sex is not like making love nor do all straight couples reproduce nor does sex outside of marriage always bring babies.pain or sorrow. gay couples can't marry - only civil unions
  • Blanket statements are rarely true. I don't believe most Christians hate gays. Personally, I just hope they will someday have a change of heart, so they can enjoy a male/female relationship, treat sex as something special (the power to bring life into the world) and raise a loving family. It isn't a sin to have desires, but to engage in sex outside of a husband/wife relationship leads to pain and sorrow.
  • If you hate anybody on this earth you are rejecting God.Rejection of God is a very serious sin .It may even be mortal. Punishment in Hell for all eternity is possible ,but only God can judge the sin and determine the punishment.
  • No, and I don't hate homosexuals. I don't know who Robert Knight is, nor do I care. Not all Christians hate homosexuals, or consider them to be less than human. However, the Nazis DID all consider the Jews to be less than human.
  • Some homophobic Christians can certainly be compared to Hitler's Nazis. God loves ALL so much that He sent His only Son to be the sacrifice for us ALL. WHOEVER believes WILL be saved. There is no caveat there. ALL who believe in Christ WILL be saved.
  • No, other than it's hatred by both groups. Christians are not as extreme in this day and age. I did find this portion funny, "Gays 1% of population: ...have lots of money"
  • Is this a question you need answering or do You simply have a point that you want to get across and have chosen YA as your soapbox?
  • Death's Head Hawk Moth Sometimes a superstition arose from the principle of like-makes-like. In this case the strange, skull-like pattern on the back of the Hawk moth lent credence to a belief that it was a damned soul returned to the scene of its past. From Moses Harris's The Aurelian 1766, Natural History Museum Library, London. There is this info -- these are excerpts from a story I wrote on butterfly myths for Arizona Highways magazine: The butterfly has symbolized the human soul since antiquity. The Russian name for these colorful creatures is babochka and the Ancient Greeks called them psyche – both words for the soul. The common name of the butterfly comes from the Anglo Saxon word buterfleoge for “butter” and “flying creature,” which linguists believe was the way of identifying Europe’s common yellow brimstone butterfly... However, the butterfly assumed a more menacing aspect to the Aztecs in Mexico. The goddess Itzpapálotl, or Obsidian Butterfly, was represented as a strong ferocious goddess with butterfly wings and big claws on her hands and feet. In Mexico, many people still believe that a black butterfly at the door portends an impending death... In the spring, the Apache sing the sorrowful song of the Flower Maiden, which also details the creation of the butterfly: In the first days of the people, many warriors sought the favor of the beautiful Flower Maiden. But of them all, she loved only two – Hidden Love and Iron Courage. They each contended for her love, but not even the Sky Father could help her make the choice. Then fate stepped in and both warriors were called to a great battle against invaders coming from the north. Flower Maiden bid them each good-bye with a heavy heart. Many months passed as she waited for her warriors to return, but when the war party rode back into camp, neither of her loved ones returned with the victorious. Flower Maiden, who had lost any chance of happiness, took her tears and set out to find the bodies of the warriors she still loved even in death. She searched the hills and plains for years, sundered from herself in her grief. When she could find neither of her beloved warriors, she pleaded with the Sky Father. “Please help me find their resting place,” she cried. “Please help me find their lost souls.” “It was not my wish that your promised ones should die,” said the Sky Father. “But with them I also touched many others and in sorrow, I covered all of their bloodied bodies with soil and grass.” The Flower Maiden lamented. “Then I shall never find them.” Her sorrow grieved the Sky Father so, he ordered the ground to yield flowers in the colors and patterns of each fallen warrior’s shield to aid Flower Maiden in her lonely search. And when he realized she could not find the battlefield on which her beloved warriors had died in a single lifetime, he turned her into a beautiful butterfly so that each spring her spirit could wander among the flowers in search of her loved ones. And perhaps one day she will find them. Cicada myths There are several that I know vaguely. The Greek myth involves a woman with a beautiful voice. One of the goddesses got mad at her (sound familiar) and changed her into a cicada. There is a S.W. Native tale about a coyote breaking his teeth on a cicada which is why his grin is so jagged. I think the Chinese have a few too. I need to ask my mother. She's the expert. L8r
  • In Chinese beliefs, the butterfly or moth visiting the house, would actually mean the souls of the departed, coming back for a last look or trying console the bereaved.Also, the black butterflies means a sort of omen meaning either good or bad will occur in your path....
  • Butterflies are iconic and symbolic. These amazing transformational insects represent a special meaning to a lot of people. Butterflies mean different things in different cultures, read more about the symbolism of butterflies - http://www.butterfly-gardens.com/butterf...
  • Yes, some say its a sign of death. I think its total BS.
  • i need a job and no one is hiriing, i have no real reliable friends to ask for quick help, and the closest relative lives over 400 miles away. i dont have much money now, because i lent some to my sister who refuses to pay up even though she has the money, and same with my mom. at this point i really just thinking about joining the army just so i can leave. i was supposed to leave last year for good, to attend Arizona state university, but my dad scammed me into staying home so i could drive my mom around instead of him having to. i am lost right now and really have no idea what to do. thats why i came here, any ideas are appreciated, but please give me logical answers that can help. thanks guys
  • go to college like you planned before peace
  • You can join any of the armed services you want IF you graduated high school.I think in your situation that might be a really good thing to do.It is too bad your family has let you down but don't let that keep you from becoming the person you want to be. Look into the Navy, the Marines and then the Army ( they would be the more likely to send you into a war zone though) and ask specifically about how you could learn a skill or get an education. It seems as if you are doing this because you have no other choice but this could be a very good life's choice and get you on your way.My husband joined the Navy when he graduated HS to get away from home and so he would not get drafted and have to go to Viet Nam.he still says it was one of the best things he ever did for himself.Good Luck to you.
  • Ok honestly I don't know how I could help you out as I don't have any of these experience but here are my two cents if you REALLY want to join the army I'll say go for it but if that's your plan B this is what I think you should do have a serious talk with your dad and tell him that you are looking for a job and that as soon as you find a job that you will move away tell him it's going to take time but you'll eventually get one once you get one tell him if he could give you time to rake in a bit of cash, once you have the cash the easiest way would be to look for a roomate they have several sites where you can find a roommate you guys would split the costs of rent but in the end it would be like 500 dollars or less IDK why your dad is kicking you out or so so but if you and your dad are in the "I can't stand you anymore GTFO out of my house then the only way i see this working is you joining the army
  • join up and get out of that house
  • join the military asap!
  • The method of detection, appearance, hardness, etc., of carbonadoes (so-called “black diamonds”), in Canyon Diablo, Arizona, meteorites, are described. In the past nine years, carbonadoes have been encountered in about twenty specimens. These carbonadoes were usually imbedded in nodules or veins of dark sulfide and carbonaceous material, though in some instances they occurred in schreibersite inclusions; in one case, they were associated with a small cavity which occupied the central part of a schreibersite inclusion. The occurrence of diamonds near a cavity lends apparently no support to the common belief that their presence in meteorites constitutes conclusive evidence of cooling under high pressure.
  • I received a notice of property seizure on a truck I had lent to my brother. I have no idea what to do next. I called the seizure dept. and they said I had to either file a Judicial something or a petition for remission or mitigation, which I have no clue what either is. I looked online and I also read something about having to pay a cost bond?I don't have money for a lawyer. Also, this was in Arizona, if it matters. I honestly have no idea, please help!
  • Call all of the lawyers in your area, explain your problem and ask for Pro Bono,(free) representation and assistance. One of them will assist you and if nothing else they will explain what you need to do.}{
  • I am making a band. and we currently have 4 songs. These are the two song most recently writen. ( ) = chorus * = sing chorus HOOKED ON THE HIGHWAY Odometer say 200,000. By the time I'm done it'll say 400,00.Wondering if it's worth haulin' cargo. Now Go! ('Cause I'm hooked on the highway. I can't get off the freeway.) I have 3 weeks to get from Maine to Arizona. When I'm drivin' I'm in the zona. I'm haulin' sports equipment. They're due for the next shipment. Been to Alabama. They ain't all hicks down there. I went to the big apple. Got a ramma. Wonderin' if it's worth it. * It ain't done yet but that's the begining. (5 second pause) GO! Here we go! line up at the drag strip. Put up my pink slip. Talk about a risk. Pop in a music disk. Street racin' is my life Drive dirty! trade paint! 'Round here I'm treated like a saint! 'Round here Never lend money. My car's as sweet as honey! Twist metal! Foot on the pedal! 'Round here you can't be sure. I'll post some more
  • My steerin' wheel's covered in fur. Fish tank on the dash. Oh No there's a crash. Nitro shots! Can't be caught. Oh No the Po-Po. Flashin' Lights. LIke this every night. Car's on cruise control. Oh No! Ain't stopin' at this toll! Oh Yea! Here's the finish line! the other cars are miles behind. SO LONG!
  • That is a cool song!
  • So there is this guy in my bio and gym class. Let's call him Adam. We are freshman in high school. Gym is right after bio so some times I walk with him. But anyway I really like. So he always makes fun of me because I day certain words weird. My friend Katie hit me in the face with her papers and I said what was that. Then Adam does the same thing and says that was this. Then another time I was really cold and wet because I got wet when it was raining outside. He lent me his jacket. Another time I had a penny and I told him if you scrapped it against the lab table it changed colors. He did that and then he hit me on the head lightly with the penny. Sometimes he makes fun of me when I say it is cold or because of how I say things. ONemy shoe lace was untied. I was asking people to tie it because I did not want to . I asked him a few times. He finally said yes. He tied it like really tight. Then he started to double knot it. I was like oh don't double knot it and then I started to pull my foot away. He like wouldn't let go and said something along the lines of I'm tying so I am going to tie it like this. I kicked his hand lightly and he still wouldn't let go finally he did. Right now he is in Arizona(I live in New Jersey) for his grandma's funeral, he will be back in school tomorrow. To top that this girl who has lots on experience and me lots sexually and dating wise told me that I me and Adam should go out. DOES HE LIKE ME BECAUSE HE IS THE ONLY THING I REALLY THINK ABOUT(I THINK I LIKE HIM MORE THAN THE JONAS BROTHERS AND THAT FOR ME IS HARD TO TOP)??
  • this happen to me b4 with my old bestfriend...it sounds like u guys really never argue n thats type good, he likes u because i kinda act like that wen i like a girl,its like type flirting u know,but i think he likes u,its a good thing if u guys text eachother alot it might help..4 SURE HE LIKES U!! if u notice him always smileing n close to u then u got ur self a winner lol.... 1 more thing just take everything slow because if u like him more than wat ur suppost to, n he lets u down u would b hurt.. =] good luck
  • Well, you have to think about this. He is flirting with you, but he may be going through some tough times with his grandmother just passing away. When he gets back, you may want to be there as a friend at first, just to see if he needs someone to talk with, or possibly a shoulder to cry on. Believe me, that will be more appreciated and he will see that you actually care for him. During that time, you can also find out if he cares for you, if he can open up to you and talk with you. If that part of your friendship becomes stronger, then whenever you two do get together, the relationship will be a strong one, built on a foundation of trust and honesty...good luck
  • I think they would get a failing grade if this were a grade based scale. The Patriot Act was horrible. We have done extraordinary rendition, which is just we send our prisoners to a country with less restraint to torture them. We have Gitmo....no pride of ownership there. We have under Bush W made torture okay while we tried Japanese for the same war crimes in WWII. We have more and more technology that can follow, listen and watch what people did or are doing. There are telescopes in space that can look down upon us. Cities are getting drones to use for policing. Regulations were limited and not enforced as banks gambled and lost other people their homes and businesses. Anti Women laws are being pushed that call for invasive procedures for political and not medical need. I believe it was Arizona that has the "Show me your papers" law. We are still mostly free but the walls seem to be closing in. At some point if we don't stop the momentum it will be too late. Lies and dishonesty are being used as counterfeit currency.
  • Tragically, the tropical rainforests are being destroyed at an alarming rate. According to Rainforest Action Network, more than an acre-and-a-half is lost every second of every day (refer to the entries below to see, quantitatively, what that translates into). That’s an area more than twice the size of Florida that goes up in smoke every year! "If present rates of destruction continue, half our remaining rainforests will be gone by the year 2025, and by 2060 there will be no rainforests remaining." Every second . . we lose an area the size of two football fields! Every minute . . we lose an area 29 times the size of the Pentagon! Every hour . . . we lose an area 684 times larger than the New Orleans Superdome! Every day . . . we lose an area larger than all five boroughs of New York City! Every week . . . we lose an area twice the size of Rhode Island! Every month . . .we lose an area the size of Belize! Every year . . . we lose an area more than twice the size of Florida!
  • At the very least, "with the destruction of the tropical rainforests, over half the plant and animal species on earth, as well as numerous indigenous cultures will disappear forever."(2) If strong and decisive action is not taken immediately to reverse the destruction of this vital ecosystem, the consequences will be catastrophic. In fact, many scientists agree that the earth could very well become uninhabitable for virtually every living species, including humans! We’ve consulted some knowledgeable experts in the field of tropical rainforest conservation and come up with some sobering facts that will lend credence for taking immediate action to save the last remaining tropical rainforests. . . . "a typical four-mile square mile patch of rainforest contains as many as 1,500 species of flowering plants, 750 species of trees, 125 mammal species, 400 species of birds, 100 species of reptiles, 60 species of amphibians,
  • and 150 different species of butterflies." . . . "there are more fish species in the Amazon river system than in the entire Atlantic Ocean." . . . "a single rainforest reserve in Peru is home to more species of birds than the entire United States." . . . "at least 1/3 of the planet’s bird species live in the Amazon rainforest." . . ."the Andean mountain range and the Amazon jungle are home to more than half of the world’s species of flora and fauna." . . . "at least 1,650 rainforest plants can be utilized as alternatives to our present fruit and vegetable staples." . . . "37% of all medicines prescribed in the US have active ingredients derived from rainforest plants." . . . "70% of the plant species identified by the US National Cancer Institute as holding anti-cancer properties come from rainforests." . . . "90% of the rainforest plants used by Amazonian Indians as medicines have not been examined by modern science." . . . "of the few rainforest plant species that have been
  • studied by modern medicine, treatments have been found for childhood leukemia, breast cancer, high blood pressure, asthma, and scores of other illnesses." . . . "a hectare (2.471 acres) of rainforest absorbs one ton of carbon dioxide (CO2) per year." . . . conversely, "the clearing and burning of the world’s rainforest accounts for 20-25% of the CO2 emitted into the atmosphere by man. It therefore could play a significant role in any so called "greenhouse effect" underway in our atmosphere." THE COST OF RAINFOREST DESTRUCTION . . . "almost half of the world’s original four billion acres of rainforest are now gone. The lost area equals the combined size of Washington, Idaho, California, Nevada and Arizona." . . . "in 1500, there were an estimated six to nine million indigenous people inhabiting the tropical rainforests of Brazil. By 1900, that number had dropped to a million. Today, there are less than 250,000 indigenous people left in Brazil."
  • "man has recently increased nature’s "normal" extinction rate by 10,000%. Most of this increase is taking place in the rainforests." . . . "by conservative estimates, 9,000 species are going extinct each year, most of them from the rainforests." . . . "we are presently experiencing the largest mass extinction since the demise of the dinosaurs 65 million years ago; only this time it’s occurring at a much faster rate."
  • no left wing dont generalise many christians are devoted enviromentalists
  • I asked that question a while ago (not in the same words - I was interested in right-wing Christianity as I'm a European and don't understand American politics so much). Anyway, the answer I got was that Christians who are right wing care about morality and the environment (as Christians) while advocating a capitalist system with wealth creation and economic growth (their right wing credentials). I'm still scratching my head because the two seem incompatible to me.
  • I hug trees. Some Christians look at the world as being for their use and find it harder to see themselves as part of the world. Thats another side of the Pagan and Wiccan beliefs I really admire. We are destroying 5000 species a year and not a lot of people seem to care. When one argues with an idiot Vox all you get is two idiots arguing cheers.
  • Nah, It makes you a left wing hippie tree hugger. I think christians don't care what ****hole the rest of us have to live in because they're all going to go to a magic happy place where everything is nice when they die. EDIT ------ Ever read Bjorn Lomborg? (well worth the read if you want some perspective to the fare of the earth issue.)
  • Because they believe that God created the Earth and its natural resources for our benefit and exploitation.
  • because the people that care about the environment might let the gays marry!
  • No, no - that would be "left-wing" tree-hugger and "frog -lickers". I know of no right-wingers who do either.
  • Don't you mean left wing?
  • Hi,I desperately need any kind of information that would be helpful. I have a 7yr old American Eskimo mixed breed,who was recently diagnosed with Glaucoma.Unfortunately the disease has already progressed to the point that both of her eyes must be removed in order to reduce a pressure that has become 3xs the normal. I have been disabled for over 10 years and on a low fixed income.Theres no possible way I could afford to pay for the surgery she needs in such a short amount of time.I would be more than happy to make a payment plan but have been denied by care credit and other lending institutions simply because of only having SSI as income and no credit or work activity in the last 10 years.I have spent almost every waking moment searching the internet ,I have made numerous calls to to different animal welfare agencies, sent out many mails to all kinds of places in hopes of obtaining anything that might help.I have called nearly every vet in the local yellow pages to try to make any type of payment arrangement ,including a vet I used prior to my disablity where I had spent thousands of dollars on my pets over many years. They knew how much my pets meant to me ,that I had never allowed the cost of their service be a mitigating factor in treatment that was needed at that time and I always paid in full at the time services were rendered,I thought for sure they would be willing to work something out with me but sadly enough they even refused any notion of a payment arrangement.It breaks my heart to think that it may just be in the best interest of my dog to put her down rather than to make her suffer ...(seems it will come to a point sooner rather than later the pressure will become so great she may end up trying to scratch her own eyes out to find relief from the pain).I just dont know what else I can do and pray if nothing else that someone will read this posting and be able to point me in the right direction to find compassion in a society that is economically driven.Its just wrong to be forced to put down your pup when they could still have many happy years left otherwise.
  • If you love your animal so much, give it to a no kill Shelter. They will find it a home where the person can afford the care. You want the best of both worlds. You want your animal treated but let's face it, you cannot afford to care for this animal. So do the adult, loving thing and give it to a no kill and let them find someone who can afford the treatment. I know if I claimed to love something so much yet could not afford it and instead of giving it to someone who can, kept it and put it down, I would be a big fat liar. Love is doing what is best for the situation, not you.
  • Try going to a nearby humane society... call every pet place you can think of, like a petco or petsmart, tell them about your problem and they may connect you with something. I'm sorry I'm not much help. I'm really sorry for you and your pet, I hope everything turnes out ok.
  • Get in touch with Animal Planet. They help people all the time!
  • If you really want help you need to tell us your city and state. Otherwise no one can really answer properly.
  • Matt Cassel's resurgence puts Moss back among top-tier fantasy wide receivers, and his Week 15 effort in a road game facing a tough defense is extremely encouraging. (Though it helped that Nnamdi Asomugha wasn't glued to him all day.) Arizona's defense has allowed the second-most fantasy points to wide receivers (22.0 per game), so keep riding the streak Games in the Meadowlands at night in December don't usually lend themselves to aerial onslaughts. However, having said that, Smith is still going to manage to beat the Giants' secondary at least once for a big play. Look for them to do good, especially Smith
  • I would go with the ground game. Calling for 40 mph wind gusts in NJ.
  • My answer is kinda obvious. BQ1: If you like DevilDriver what is your favorite song by them? If you dont like them then just skip this BQ. BQ2: What time is it where you live? (3:40 p.m. in Arizona.) BQ3: What is the weather like where you live. (sunny but it looks like it could rain later) BQ4: How are you today?
  • Defo yay ever since my friend lent me 'Pray For Villains' BA1: Another Night In London BA2: 11:53pm BA3: warm BA4: tired, was fasting all day
  • Yay. BA1: Either "Digging up the Corpses" or "Monsters of the Deep" BA2: 6:59 Post Meridian. BA3: Sunny, clear skies, hotter than hell. BA4: ....hungry.
  • Nay. BQ2: 3:35 in CA BQ3: sunny, might rain again BQ4: My feet hurt
  • Next week im going to phoenix arizona, I have a few questions. Im 15 & Its my first time flying. i'm going to print out ny boarding pass so, -will they call me to go through security or do I just go? - im 5 ft so will I be able to reach the overhead bins? -i have a 2 hour layover at houston, what would I do when I get there? - how do I know where to find my gate? -are there outlets to charge my phone? I know these questions are pointless but I want to know everything so it all runs smoothly & I dont end up lost >.< Thank you in advance :)
  • Security: Go to the security line at your gate. The check-in personnel will tell you where your gate is, but it will also be on your boarding pass. You can even find a layout of your airport online so you are more familiar when you get there. Be ready to remove shoes (I wear flip flops because they are comfy and easy to slip on and off), belts, metal objects like coins, cell phone, laptop, etc. Remember: no liquids unless in approved size and in ziploc bag and leave your drink behind. You can always buy a $5 bottle of water once past security. Overhead Bins: I am 5'1" and have no problem with the bins. If you do have problems, many passengers are happy to lend a hand if, for no other reason, to help get things moving along to prevent delays. Layover: Houston has a GREAT airport with shopping, food, or just to walk around and stretch your legs between flights. Gate: Signs are very clearly marked as to where to go - it's almost hard to get lost. If you are confused, most gate agents and airport staff (including TSA) are normally happy to help. Outlets: There are outlets at most gates, but business travelers and frequent travelers are usually there so you have to try to beat them to it if you really need a charge. Best bet: Charge your stuff overnight or bring extra battery (or extended battery). Have a great stay in Phoenix! I loved it when I went there, but, of course, I am a warm weather lover.
  • Here we go - in order Your boarding pass should have a group.number Let's say you are in group 3. They will call for your group and probably 50 people will get up and get in line - very simple. Your should have no trouble with the bins. Bag must be right size or they will make you check it in. (if you cannot lift the bag - you can be sure someone will help you.) As soon as you get to Houston go straight to the new gate, Once there you should make sure it is the right gate (sometimes they do change. Stay not far from gate. There might be some announcement. There are signs all over the place. It would be tough not to find your gate. Just in case, ask any uniformed guy for help. Just about all airports have phone chargers - I know Houston International does have them, I'm not sure of Hobby airport
  • Okay, I'll just go in order here. 1. You should arrive for your flight at least 2 hours early before your scheduled departure. You check in with your airline (either online or in person at the airport) and check any luggage that you want checked. Also, there are carry on luggage restrictions on the TSA (Transportation Security Administration) website. Now for the security. After you check in you then proceed to security without being called on. 2. At 5 feet you might be able to reach the over head but I can't guarantee it. I'm sure a flight attendant can help you though if you can't reach it. 3. You should be given instructions on where to go after you land. There will most likely be other passengers in the same situation as you so you might even be able to follow them. In some airports you can even walk from one terminal to another. I recommend you just wait at your new gate in Houston for your next flight. 4. There should be signs telling you which way your gate is. Again, the first airline should give you instructions and there will most likely be other passengers going to the same gate as you as well. I also recommend you look up a map of the airports. It helps you navigate them much better. 5. A lot of planes don't have outlets so I highly recommend that you make sure you phone is fully charged before you leave and then charge it while you have your layover in Houston. However, if you know your aircraft, you can look it up online and see if there outlets on your plane. I hope I helped and please let me know if you have anymore questions or concerns. I also highly recommend that you check out the TSA website for airport security info and procedures and your airline's website for flight info including baggage etc. And don't forget maps of the airports you are going to. Some airports are huge and very busy!
  • Ok so i live in houston so i know this question plus ive flown a few times. So they will not call you threw security. once you walk threw your airport find security and take jewlery shoes and laptop out of your bag also cellphone and your carry on and put in little bens they have itll go threw security youll walk threw and wa la. F you cant reach just ask for help or stand on the seat thats what i do. Now in airports especially houston they have little tvs that tell you where your gate is. Also your ticket will say what gates. Houston airport has alot of stores and nice resturaunts even fastfood. The also have charging poles where you can charge your laptop or cellphone. I promise at first it seems a bit scary but its easy. If you ever have a problem just ask someone that works at the airport. O and the gates will say the name of the place your going. If your unsure just ask. Goood luck!!
  • -will they call me to go through security or do I just go? If you're talking about in security, just give them your boarding pass and go through the x rays and you're done! - im 5 ft so will I be able to reach the overhead bins? I think you'll be flying a 737/767, either way, I doubt you'll reach the over head lockers, you can always ask for assistance from either the cabin crew or another passenger. -i have a 2 hour layover at houston, what would I do when I get there? Right, you collect your from the baggage claim area, once that's happened, to through nothing to declare or if there is one, connection flight area. Once you go through either one, you'll be back in the main terminal (the check in area) just check in from your flight there and go through security after you're finished. Houston's great with shopping and leisure! - how do I know where to find my gate? Your boarding pass with give you your gate pass. It will state "GATE **" (** means your gate number) -are there outlets to charge my phone? Yes, there will be. You might have to pay, not sure. If you get stuck or confused, go to the help desk and ask them to help you. You can email me if you need any help. Have a great time in Phoenix! One of my favorite cities.
  • -you go to your airline's check in counter first to give them your checked luggage then you just go through security. they don't call you up one at a time or anything. its a cattle call. you just walk up and get in line. -yeah you would be fine. -get off the plane, find your next gate, and wait. (of course you can go to the bathroom or look around the shops if you want) -your boarding pass will tell you your gate number and there's also screens around the airport that tell you as well. -there are outlets in the airport it just depends on if you are near one. and some airlines have usb ports in the gate area and on the plane so you can plug in things like your ipod to charge it.
  • - no you just go on your own..if you're stuck just follow what everyone else is doing - depends on what kind of plane but..if you cant reach it just ask someone for help - you would get off the plane..find the gate your next plane is leaving from and wait 2 hours - it should say on your boarding pass and there are signs everywhere - there should be a couple outlets here and there but none on the plane. hope this helps
  • BARACK HUSSEIN OBAMA!!! -Obama already has tacitly OK’d the Iranian nuclear program and derided Israel’s nuclear program. -He has allowed Iranian protestors to be slaughtered in the streets without so much as a peep for days on end. -Obama has allowed the Russians to sponsor an uprising in Kyrgyzstan that resulted in the removal of a U.S. airbase. -He has lent legitimacy to an Islamist Turkish government and sold American debt to a communist Chinese government that supports North Korea. -He has presided over the largest oil spill in world history in the Gulf of Mexico and spent his efforts blaming everyone but himself. -Obama is poised to raise our taxes at the end of the year. -He’s pushing for comprehensive “immigration reform” that will really act as an amnesty for illegal immigrants. -He has denigrated Arizona before Mexico, bowed before the king of Saudi Arabia and the Chinese president and the Japanese emperor, hugged a Venezuelan quasi-dictator, and undermined a constitutional uprising in Honduras. -He has pushed carbon taxes and gas taxes and estate taxes. -He has propped up unfit mortgage borrowers and penalized those who pay their mortgage on time. -He has bailed out his buddies in the banking industry and nationalized the auto and health industries for the benefit of his union friends. -Obama has insulted the Cambridge police and defended Muslim terrorists like Maj. Nidal Hassan. -He has utilized advisers who are Marxists (former Green Jobs Czar Van Jones), anti-Semites (foreign policy adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski, special adviser Samantha Power, National Security Adviser Adm. James Jones), racists (Attorney General Eric Holder), sycophantic pro-Islamists (Deputy National Security Adviser for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism John Brennan), kooks (Director of White House Office of Science and Technology John Holdren), perverts (Safe Schools Czar Kevin Jennings), and paid thugs (Rahm Emanuel). -When Obama took office, the national debt was just under $10 trillion. Now it is $12 trillion, and by 2015, it will be at least $19.6 trillion. -Unemployment under Obama increased to 9.7 percent, up from 7.6 percent when Bush left office. -The inflation rate has yet to explode, but most economists believe it will have to unless Obama drastically raises taxes, destroying the economy even further.
  • There are so many to choose from. Stalin would have to be in the top 3, even worse than Hitler. Hitler understood the carrot and stick approach to governing, Stalin only understood machine guns. About 1935 the Ukraine rebelled against collective agricultual policies. Staling surrounded the border with troops, took that year's harvest, and took the next year's harves. By the time the showdown was over Stalin had murdered by starvation 5-7 million farmers. Rumors reached the West, but the Communist propaganda machine pointed out that Russia was exporting grain, so how could there be a famine? Russia was exporting grain as barter for military materiel (the Rouble had no value). And he did this before WWII. In purge after purge the NKVD arrested the former friends of former friends of people suspected of sabotage, being "counter-revolutionary" and for looking at an officer the wrong way. These people supplied the labor for the Gulag Archipelago. Approx. 10,000,000 prisoners died of starvation and hypothermia. Once the war began, Stalin sent men to the front lines without any weapons. It's no wonder the Russians lost about 20,000,000 in the Great Patriotic War.
  • Although Hitler cause the death of many people, he did take Germany out of the worst her worst depression (the mark was worthless in the 20s and Germany was a joke. Hitler was able to renew the German spirit), so for this reason, I say that Hitler was no such a bad leader. I am sure you would find worst leaders in the Roman Empire. The Byzantine were hit by a bunch. Nero was certainly not very good. For the colonies, Louis XV was a disaster but that was due to the wars of his predecessors many wars. ALso, it would seem to be that his mistress, mme of Pompadour had a great deal of influence.
  • Although Cioara Presedintelui makes many excellent points and is basically correct on all of the points that they made, AND I give them a "thumbs up", I will have to disagree. With all of the evil that "Barry Obama" has done, it was President Jimmy Carter who gave the International Moslem Terrorists their foothold in the world by not stamping it out when it started. He doomed the entire world to thier murderous ways.
  • it isn't inevitably even though it interior the most circumstances is used as that ironic " yeah, yeah, if you're saying so" ability. it really is my opinion. Or it really is purely that persons round me use it more suitable usually in that approach. i take income of it in that way too if i'm aggravated and damage once you evaluate that it really is pleasant technique to piss of the nature you communicate with in case you want that and to exhibit in a unmarried note what's your body of recommendations. although, I have were given to assert, i don't love it at the same time as actual actual everyone (major) says it to me both, motive even even though it ability "I care, and for this reason i'm damage" it ought to probable me misunderstood.
  • Stalin and Hitler. Caused so many wars and caused the death of millions upon millions of people
  • Hitler. Why? Because os this: He was responsible for one of the most bloodiest wars in human history He was responsible for 6 Million deaths of Jews, Gypsies, Communists and anyone he hated He had sick sexual preferences, like messed up ones, insect, feces, urine He was overall a horrible person. Enough? or shall i continue?
  • There's this one girl that goes to my school and she also has a email page. I want to know what I should say to get her attention? here's her thing:I tend to do things i shouldnt. i gave up pop for lent Im pretty much always happy, if you no me, you'd no that. my friends and boyfriend, matter to me the most. i wont care if you have something bad to say about me, so go for it. i have my way to make people laugh on bad days, which i enjoy (: i attend HFII as a sophmore, but im not very smart. Im more of an Artie person & like to be creative with things I dont like wasting my money on hair salons so i cut and dye my own hairr. wanna hair cut? btw i dye & change my hair to much. Im a kid at heart, and do tend to be immature at times I dont get along with girls, thats why i have certain girls that are my friends for certain reasons. i love arizona ice teas & hello kitty is the best Im easy to get along with, and im a forgiving person but sadly, i probably wont like you Thats what her thing says. What can I say to get her attention?
  • send her a message or something that says.. hey... you seem really cool. i like your personality and not to be creepy but i think your beautiful. i would really like to talk and get to know you. if that's ok with you?
  • just draw her a hello kitty of some cartoon character holding a rose and with a small little poem, if not poetic, google love poems , oh and if not artistic. print and trace it, lol and be like, "here i drew you something special knowing you someone special to me"
  • seems to me she is both smart and funny, and maybe you could come up with a funny reply to her post, or blog or whatever, so go for it.
  • first off wtf is pop is it like x or something ? yeah if you like this girl just be yourself Yay! hello kitty ftw oh and if you talk to her in person touch her =D like her hands and stuff lol yeah its weird but yeah
  • Just be your self
  • Rachael Maddow just had a story about how Republicans are taking credit for Obamas policies. This is one of them. Corker wanted to bring the GM labor cost down to that of Honda and Toyota. He ran on that platform, don't remember for what position. He was determined to do that or let GM die. I found this story to back that position. Sen. Bob Corker today issued a statement criticizing the White House's decision to lend $13.4 billion to General Motors and Chrysler so that they may avoid bankruptcy, while at the same time expressing hope that President-elect Barack Obama will hold the companies' feet to the fire. He went to the plant to speak at their celebration of the revival ad was booed heavily. How come these people get the divisiveness and hypocrisy of the Republican party but they still have a large following? Is it because they stop to think? Is it because they verify? Is it because they have higher moral values? This is just one example but without a doubt their method of politicking? Oppose everything and if it works out well, show up to take the credit? I'm asking, I don't understand you folk. What do you think McCain filibustering the military budget if don't ask don't tell is removed? Is that a respectable thing? I just want to know what you think, I don't know what to expect.
  • Hey Cad, I got my facts straight sh 4 brains. Armed Services Republicans threatened Wednesday to filibuster the defense authorization bill if it comes to the floor with Democrat-backed language repealing the military’s “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy. Armed Services ranking member John McCain said Thursday that he would “without a doubt” support a filibuster if the bill goes to the floor with repeal language. “I’ll do everything in my power,” the Arizona Republican said, citing letters from the four service chiefs urging Congress not to act before a Pentagon review of the policy is complete. “I’m going to do everything I can to support the men and women of the military and to fight what is clearly a political agenda.”
  • McCain was not filibustering the military budget. Get your facts straight! He was filibustering adding the "Dream Act" (amnesty) to the Bill - a totally unrelated issue. Appropriations have historically been "clean" bills until Reid was empowered and now we have all manner of pork and bureaucracy added to almost every HR that comes down the pike which means that the money we allocate to fund the men and women fighting for our country and defending our freedom will almost certainly have additional red tape to cut through just to get the money and THAT will needlessly cost American lives in the long run. Additionally, the four "chiefs" of the military recommended performing a study of the effects of morale and efficiency on the military before even thinking of repealing "don't ask, don't tell" and the Obamatard administration in hopes of forcing yet another of its unwanted policies down our throats and against the advice of the TOP commanders in the military had a hasty "study" done on implementation. In other words, Obama is going to do what he wishes to garner more votes even at the expense of American lives and our future prosperity! As far as Corker is concerned, he is a moderate. He can claim to be a conservative and a successful businessman all he likes. Only one of those is true. ANYONE whether republican or democrat that "crosses the aisle" to "get things done" while selling out the core beliefs of their party are hypocrites and a disgrace to their party, period! End of story. However, Corker was merely trumpeting what the majority of top economists (not those "leading economists" drinking Obama Kool Ade) had recommended besides ramping up the bail outs and irresponsible spending. What do you expect a bunch of unionists and Obama supporters to do when a politician that against the Obama handouts that are keeping them afloat? If you see the condition of the economy and unemployment which are the key issues going into November, noticed that additional debt (over 6 TRILLION now) since libs took over, realize that the lib controlled gov has more than quadrupled our deficit within 12 months of coming into power, objectively look at all of the failed Obama policies signed into law that exacerbate the debt and deficit without accomplishing ANY of the promises made to gain votes (Obamacare, stimulus, C(r)ap & (Kill) Trade.....all of the above and STILL need an explanation as to why Republicans are doing everything in their power to stop this agenda, then you need help, not answers! And what pray tell do you expect repubs to do when they are completely shut out of the legislative process? They are not allowed to amend HR, not allowed to have a voice in committee, not allowed to put legislation on the floor for an up or down vote, excluded from the same up or down votes when Reid holds secret midnight votes on an HR almost certain to be voted down had repubs been present, have to compete with "pay to play" vote buying and all manner of graft and corruption in attempts to sway the other side of the aisle to vote their hearts instead of their wallets... I have said it before and will do so again now. Liberals are so out of touch and uninformed that they just DO NOT "get it"!
  • Harold Ford when you consider that I dislike him rather not up to Corker. They each are virtually the identical on the subject of perspectives although. The factor that made me like Ford greater than Corker have been the commericals. After seeing Corker and his loved ones so sometimes I was once competent to move loopy. Not to say probably the most commericals flat out lied. (Ford didn't vote in want of homosexual marriage) At least Ford's semi-intouch with the more youthful iteration.
  • Bob Corker is a despicable person deserving of no respect.
  • No. He's done everything in his power to bust the union and lower the wages Americans make. Then he has the audacity to turn around and take credit for GM re-hiring hundreds of formally laid off employees. It take a lot of talent and skill to be able to walk wilth balls as large as his.
  • I couldn't agree with you more. And McCain is old. He doesn't understand that the young people who are actually in the military don't care about sexual orientation.
  • And what this means to the 2012 election? New Census May Complicate Obama 2012 Bid The combination of population shifts and the recent election results could make Obama's re-election campaign more difficult. Each House seat represents an electoral vote in the presidential election process, giving more weight to states Obama probably will lose in 2012. The states he carried in 2008 are projected to lose, on balance, six electoral votes to states that his GOP challenger, Sen. John McCain of Arizona, won. That sets a higher bar for Obama before his re-election campaign even starts. "The way the maps have shifted have made Obama's route to success much more difficult," said Republican Party spokesman Doug Heye. He said the Republican takeover of several state governments on the eve of redistricting efforts was "a dramatic shift." Republicans now control the governor's offices and both legislative chambers in competitive presidential states such as Ohio, Pennsylvania, Florida, Indiana, Maine and Wisconsin. They hold the governors' chairs in other crucial states, including Nevada, New Mexico, Virginia and Iowa. When Obama carried those states in 2008, most had Democratic governors happy to lend their political operations to his cause. Now he will run where governors can bend their powers against his administration's policies and his campaign's strategies.
  • Yes its pay back and Gerrymandering time ho ho ho Merry Christmas ain't life grand
  • I don't think that governorships really have a large effect on presidential elections. I think that the current theme in American politics is anti-incumbency, so Republican governors could actually negatively impact a Republican running for president. With that said, I think Obama will have a very hard time getting reelected, but it is entirely possible.
  • I had a discussion on that the other day. When I really took a look at it I concluded you cannot compare a Republican in the state legislature of one State to another and the same for Democrats. Many Democrats especially would be Republicans in other states. The only way to determine if a State is red or blue is in a head to head competition like the Presidency.
  • If we held a Presidential election right now Obama would most likely lose, but a lot can happen in the space of two years, as we have all seen before.
  • Texas is the new home for the GOP and the Tea Party. We don't need their ultra conservative school books making our kids even dumber. Maybe Texas will secede. Before the next election I hope to move, so my vote will count!
  • the only way a typical con can win is to redraw the map or impeach because a lib lied about passing gas in a crowded elevator.
  • I do. I also know or intuit a number of these are OWNED and puppeteered by Beast China.We are being overrun with Chinese input into our once relatively unsoiled democracy.Now look, every problem we have is because money and control R in the hands of the Chinese Commiecons.Yes, It owns Demokraps as well.Some of us R at least aware of this insidious presence. You are not.We hope the situation is still addressable,Onus.Are you hopeless?Will you die?
  • uncertain. Republicans choose them illegals right here in basic terms as lots. they could help the Democrats and the Democrats could remember on them, however the Republican voters who characterize enterprise choose them in basic terms as lots so as that they are in a position to all get low priced hard artwork out of them. i won't be in a position to decide to be sure this "escape" of illegals using this mass deportation you're referring too.
  • So? I'll still be a liberal if congress goes all Republican. Claiming a minor shift in power as a major victory is really ignoring history. In fact, If you want liberal policy to pass, You vote Republican.
  • so, you're saying that the GOP is going to purposely redraw the districts against obama... could be risky if you do it blatantly... not so sure people will love the dirty politics...
  • Pierre Garcon and the Indianapolis Colts play the league's worst pass defense in the Tennessee Titans. Peyton Manning should have a great game and Garcon should be on of this main targets. But, Dallas Clark and Reggie Wayne get a lot of receptions too which could limit Garcon's production. Kevin Walter and the Houston Texans are playing the Arizona Cardinals who come into Week 5 allowing 280.3 YPG through the air. That game should be a shootout and Walter should find the end zone. The downside is is that Walter is coming off an injury which forced him to miss Weeks 1 and 2. But I think he's getting back into form. His only obstacle in my mind is Andre Johnson and maybe Owen Daniels. I think I should start Walter but with the Colts facing the worst passing D in the league, it's hard not to at least think about starting Garcon because his quarterback is a guy named Peyton Manning who's pretty good if you ain't heard. Lend me a second, third, and fourth opinion guys. Thanks!
  • I have Peyton Manning on my team and he's a beast. You have a good argument saying he could compete with Dallas and Reggie, but Peyton hits everyone and puts up big numbers. And against the leagues worst pass D, I think its a pretty good bet Garcon's gonna get good numbers. I think Andre is gonna get a bunch of points for Houston, so I wouldn't start Walter. Hope I helped. Answer mine? Thanks http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;_ylt=AuJO23hlMSHqSiBSyyvqMxjsy6IX;_ylv=3?qid=20091011011451AAzyQ3V
  • To tell you the truth I'm not really sure I'm kind of biased because I have AJ so.... I got 37 pts from AJ against the Titans because they had Walter to take some attention away from him. AJ didn't get double covered because of that, I don't know if they will consider Garcon as that good. Garcon does have good speed and can make plays. If they double cover Wayne which I think they would then Garcon would be a better WR. With a balanced (halfway because AJ is a better receiver) then the coverage will be on both of them, unlike Garcon.
  • i'd maybe quite area with Walter basically because of the fact of his adventure and that Manning nonetheless has 2 well-known ideas earlier than Garcon in Wayne and Clark. Schaub could additionally pass for fairly some yards and Walter has consistently been a continuing receiver who's in a settlement 12 months.
  • Garcon, hes been consistent all season, he's on my team and i start him every week.
  • 1-Tavon Austin, WR (St. Louis Rams): The West Virginia product was nothing short of amazing with the ball in his hands in 2012. If you are concerned about his slight build, don't be. Tavon's style of running after the catch doesn't lend itself to injury. He rarely gets hit squarely, and is as durable as anyone coming out of this years draft class. He could not only impact Sam Bradford's Fantasy Worth, but if they line him up for returns, he will impact the Rams' Special Teams/Defense as well. I project Austin as a 60 plus reception guy, with the potential to score double-digit TD's, and amass over 1,200 receiving yards. I could be low-balling his production here. I'm flat out giddy about his abilities. 2-Le'Veon Bell, RB (Pittsburgh Steelers): It was a "M.A.S.H UNIT" at running back last season in the Steel City. The former Michigan State back will get an opportunity to start right away, as Rashard Mendenhall is now in Arizona. His ability to catch the football, and to be a three down back, is why I'm so high on the Second Round pick. I project a 1,400 combined yard type of season for Le'Veon. If you are in a PPR league he's a golden Flex play, with the potential to get you 2nd RB type of production. This year's Doug Martin.. can do it all.. 3-Montee Ball, RB (Denver Broncos): The All-World back from Wisconsin, changed his body to become a little and quicker version of his punishing self. I love this pick for the Broncos, as Peyton Manning will look to rely on his style at the goal line. McGahee is likely gone, and what's left is an often injured group in the Denver backfield. I project a 1,300 combined yard season, with plenty of TD looks at the goal line for Ball. This year's Trent Richardson.. 4-E.J. Manuel, QB (Buffalo Bills): Ryan Fitzpatrick was a decent No. 2 QB in most leagues in 2012. The knock on the Florida State product, is his ability to read the entire field. As a Seminole he was only asked to read half of it. I still love his upside, his size, and what he will offer in the run game as well. C.J. Spiller and another Rookie, Robert Woods, should help with Manuel's overall production. I see this and the selection of Woods as a high risk, high reward type of pick. He might not pay immediate dividends, but he's this high on the board, because of his value in 2014 as a Keeper Pick. Productivity: 2,500 passing yards, 25 Total TDs, and 600 Rushing Yards. This might be on the high side, if he's not starting right away. 5-Geno Smith, QB (New York Jets): Look, I'm a Jets fan, I hope the team decides to cut ties with Mark Sanchez, as they did with Tim Tebow this morning. I'd rather see Geno back up a "Healthy" David Garrard for the first part of the season. I'm hoping that's the likely scenario here, as the West Virginia product would benefit from Garrard's experience. Unlike E.J. Manuel, Geno read the entire field at WVU. His impact on Fantasy Football will depend on his starting and taking snaps week one. I like him as a future pro, better than Manuel, but do have concerns about when he starts, and the offensive talent around him New York. Can't give a projection, but take him late as a keeper. The No. 5 spot could have been the No. 1 spot, or the 10th spot, depending on playing time. 6-Gio Bernard, RB (Cincinnati Bengals): BenJarvus Green-Ellis did a serviceable job last season for the Cincy, but running back wasn't exactly the Bengals most deep position in 2012. I love the addition of the former TarHeel to this roster. He does come with some health concerns, as he torn an ACL in 2010. His hands out of the backfield is a big upside to his game. Projection: 1,300 total yards, 8 TDs, with a potential for big impact in PPR leagues. 7-Eddie Lacy, RB (Green Bay Packers): I might have pushed Eddie Lacy to the front of the line, but the Alabama product, might not be on the field on third down, and the Packers also selected Johnathan Franklin a nice running back out of UCLA. If Lacy wins the "workhorse" position in "Title Town", I like him to grab a bunch of goal line TDs. Projection: 1,200 total yards, 8 TDs, with a huge upside. 8-Justin Hunter, WR (Tennessee Titans): Staying home, in the state of Tennessee this former Vols wide receiver will make an impact on Jake Locker. The 6'4", 200 lb Hunter will do work in the middle of the field. His ability to make the crossing route catch, and turn it up field in traffic, is just want Locker needs. Hunter also can get deep on folks. Projection: 50+ receptions, with close to 900 yards, and 6+ TDs. If I trusted Jake a bit more, these numbers would be much higher. 9-DeAndre Hopkins, WR (Houston Texans): Finally, someone to take the pressure off of Andre Johnson. 10-Tyler Eifert, TE (Cincinnati Bengals): He's 6'6", 250 lbs.
  • I think you over rated all of them,but I like your list.. I mean,like,they were saying the same things about Golden Tate as a rookie as they are now about Tavon,and Tate played like pooh.And,can Bell & Ball block pro pass rushers?If they can't protect their old immobile QBs,they will lose a lot of value,and maybe even become permanent fixtures on the sideline. But,nice job,I'll give you a star. gud loock
  • 1 Adrian Peterson. #2 Michael Turner #3 Deangelo Williams #4 LaDainian Tomlinson #5 Steven Jackson #6 Frank Gore #7 Matt Forte #8 Brian Westbrook #9 Brandon Jacobs #10 Clinton Portis
  • If a person of Hispanic origin rapes a woman and, in an attempt to catch this violent criminal, police publish a description identifying the suspect's general racial makeup, is that a "racist" thing to do? Apparently the folks at KMYL (1190 AM) in the metro Phoenix, Arizona area think it is. It appears that we cannot even discuss the basic appearance of a wanted criminal now without being "racist" about it all. The story comes to us from The East Valley Tribune, where the paper quotes the vice president for programming at KMYL as saying that calling a criminal an Hispanic is "racial profiling." And what is her reasoning? (Mayra) Nieves said Hispanic is an ethnicity, not a race -- and many Hispanics are white or black. She said ethnicity should not be used when describing an attacker. Instead she said she would describe the Chandler Rapist as having "dark skin." Even her "explanation" contradicts itself. If a "Hispanic" can be white or black, why should the rapist be called "dark skinned"? After all, what is the definition of "dark"? To an albino, even a white person is dark skinned... or can I say albino without somehow being a racist? Is it really a racist thing when we are given a generalized description of a wanted criminal's race or is it just good police work? It would seem to anyone with an ounce of sense that the later is the answer here. After all, if police are looking for a white Ford Bronco, should the police report describe the auto in oblique terms? (Such as calling the vehicle a "somewhat colorless, large American car that could be thought of as a sport utility vehicle, not that we are impugning all SUVs.") Or should the police just say it is a white Ford Bronco? Which one would more easily get the public to lend assistance with finding the vehicle? http://www.eastvalleytribune.com/story/101714 Mayra) Nieves said Hispanic is an ethnicity, not a race -- and many Hispanics are white or black. OK, let's then be accurate, and refer to "mestizos" (people who are a genetic mix of Indian and European) and mulattos (people who are a genetic mix of Black and European) The term "Hispanic" is fairly bad as a descriptive term, as it can refer to a Black, Portuguese-speaking Brazilian, a white person from Spain, a South American native Mayan who only speaks his indigenous language rather than Spanish in addition to the common sense of somebody of mixed white/Indian ancestry who speaks Spanish as his primary language
  • NO! When victims give a description to police they tell them EVERYTHING THEY remember about the perpetrator.
  • I’ve got a newsflash for you Mayra Nieves; it is time to retract your hyper-sensitive ethnicity/race force field that you have erected around your mind, because it is obviously blocking out your common sense. It would be insane to adopt a policy such as you suggest; one restrained by some politically or socially correct ideology regarding ethnicity and/or race sensitivities. Whereas, police would be unduly and unwisely constrained from providing the best easily understood descriptive word[s] to identify a serious criminal offender, so not as to risk offending anyone or any group of people. Common sense is what tells the majority of people, that such a policy would greatly hamper police from quickly as possible apprehending dangerous suspects, thus allowing them to continue to commit more grave crimes against innocent people.
  • 'Hispanic' is generally treated as a 'race' in America, even though it is a made-up ethnicity that can aply to persons of any actual race, if they happen to be spanish-speaking, and from Mexico or Central or South America. Not, BTW, that Brazilians and even Spaniards are not 'Hispanic' by the US Census definition! OTOH non-Spanish-speaking Chicanos are, if they care to so identify, and yes, a Peruvian of Japanese decent, or an Argentian of German decent or a Costa Rican decended from African slaves are also hispanic! In fact, there's no term that's particularly consistently aplied. 'Latino' for instance, includes Brazilians, but not Spaniards. 'Hispanic' can be used to refer to any native spanish-speaker, which would include Spaniards (but exclude many 'Hispanic-Americans.') Brazilians and Iberian Portuguese can be lumped together as 'Lucitanic' (which, I'm sure, you've never heard of), and Americans, non-Quebecois Canadians, Brits, and Aussies (among others) constitute the 'Anglophone world,' not that anyone cares. In common usage, though 'hispanic' seems to be used as the north-of-the-border word for 'mestizo.' It's improper usage, but that's the way it is. Finally, if KMYL is so committed to propper usage, they should be aware that what they're complaining about is not 'racism,' but 'ethnocentrism.'
  • It isn't racist. In Chandler this creep is raping and stalking 12 yr old girls and needs to get caught. Was it racist when the Baseline Killer was described as a Black Male? PC needs to quit being this friggin ridiculous when many are in danger. Look out for a Hispanic male who is a serial rapist, It isn't racist and as a community we need to get this creep. They are dumb to even insinuate such. What are the people of Chandler suppose to do? Look for a non descriptive rapist because they need to be Politically correct instead of worrying about the safety of their kids? Give me a break.. He is Hispanic.. deal with it.
  • Yes, in order to find the rapist, you have to know who you are looking for. I have heard many radio stations say, "a white male, a black female, a hispanic male, etc" I've heard ALL groups used in describing suspects.
  • While this man is Hispanic, you can't use that as a description to find him. Dark skinned Hispanic might be better. How is it racial profiling if it is true? It is what he is. That doesn't make sense.
  • that dumb cuunt wants us to go back about 100 years!! by using the word dark skin seems more racist then using hispanic. that's like calling blacks colored skin. and whites cracker. i hope someone sticks a fricken dildo in her damn racist mouth. that remark really ticked me off.
  • Enthnicity should absolutely 100% be used in a descritption of a criminal...
  • The language the guy speaks and/or his accent if he speaks English are important for identifying him. In addition, hair color, skin color, build, height, etc, have ALWAYS been critical descriptors. ...
  • If it was a white guy no one would care.
  • Smoking Joe- I don't need much time....crimes of this nature happen often. 93 percent of Black homicides are by African Americans this is from the Dept. Of Justice web site. Also a black on white violent crime happens 39 to 1. Black on white rape is thousands to 1.......so why this story.......not the kid set on fu#k!mg fire. Why not the couple that was raped and mutilated......why this story ....because white on black is so rare........whites do not protest because it happens every day....blacks do not protest black. on. Black because it happens every hour......George Zimmerman is Hispanic and still portrayed by MSNBC as white.......please take your time.
  • Mommanuk- it lends to the credibility that George was there. He did not run because he thought he was in the right. The fact that people run from a scene is an indication they do not want to get caught as they have done something wrong and do not have remorse for their action. Be smarter than that.....take the time that smoking Joe is taking.
  • Mommanuk- it was answered in my first comment to smoking Joe. Killing with no remorse. 93 % black on black. You know racism is a dying thing with whites and Hispanics growing up to have political, entertainment, and sports idols... It is Msnbc the Jesse Jackson's and Sharptons of the world keeping it alive for profit. We live in a country that elected a minority as president.what other country has done that. Two black Sec. Of Defenses........No I believe all are tried the same......but chances are when 12% of the population are committing the most crime, repeat offender is the true burden in court.
  • If an ethnic group.does feel.they are being disproportionatly singled out. The answer is to come together and rally to quit committing crimes and change the stigma.....the thing about stereotypes is they are born of truth. See a creepy old man hanging out by the school. Be suspicious:..........See a kid wearing a hoodie walking( not on the sidewalk) in a neighborhood where you recognise the people that live there. Be suspicious...........See a Hispanic walking through an Arizona desert with a backpack. Be suspicious.......See a group of skinheads hanging out on a corner you have to walk by.be suspicious:.....and also tell me why he didn't run home when he could have in 8 to 20 seconds if his only agenda was to get some candy and go watch the game. Your reading it like Zimmerman stalked him from the photo of the area he only ran around the corner of the building to see which way he went. Listen to the tapes and quit listening to what MSNBC is telling you.
  • In the first place, you don't watch MSNBC because Big Brother tells you not to, so you have no experience from which to speak. Second, the issue is not the race of the people involved. It is about the different treatment of the people involved based on race. Tell me what would have happened if it had been a black man who shot down an unarmed white teenager, and we can talk. As to all the other black on white crimes you people keep posting, tell me in which case the perpetrator was still on the scene when the cops get there but he was allowed to walk out after a little questioning and no collection of forensic evidence. You will find that all the black perpetrators were either arrested immediately or put on a wanted list, something that never even came close on Zimmerman. Edit: None of which leads to the "death of MSNBC". Ever wonder why the black perpetrators run and Zimmerman didn't? Take your time. I realize it will mean grasping the concept of equal treatment under the law, but if you really try, you can get it.
  • Why are you human beings dashing to crucify the Sanford Police branch. my working with the Seminole County Sheriff's place of work has delivered me into close touch with no longer purely low officers from that branch yet additionally severe up officers. The Sanford Police branch refused to launch a great kind of counsel after the homicide it somewhat is extra suitable than possibly the rationalization this started, in spite of the undeniable fact that think of approximately it for a minute with a rational and independent innovations. If somebody instructed you some thing and you have been investigating it would you're making a sparkling assertion approximately it earlier the study is over purely to be shown incorrect while the study is over? in case you answer no to that question you're extra suitable than possibly a liar or somebody who only does not have consumer-friendly experience. So while issues began to warmth up chief bill Lee (chief of Sanford Police branch) grow to be between the 1st human beings to ask for no longer purely the FDLE (Florida branch of regulation Enforcement it somewhat is our state regulation enforcement employer) yet additionally the FEDERAL branch of Justice to help check out this for an independent answer, the rationalization Zimmerman grow to be no longer arrested and remains no longer arrested is the Self protection regulation, which certainly states that if somebody as attacking you and you used stress it somewhat is okay, now whilst i think of the regulation may be misinterpreted in this difficulty the Sanford Police branch has it somewhat is hands tied, it can not make an arrest because of the fact it may be violating state regulation. Granted Zimmerman did issues that he grow to be no longer meant to do (specifically following Trayvon) yet nonetheless, you ought to bear in mind that Zimmerman did no longer pop out with out injuries by any means, he had to pass to the well being center to have medical doctors reset his nostril in place. so as that makes me think of Trayvon would possibly no longer have been completely harmless like the mum and dad are claiming, one extra undertaking on the subject of the information. the information is only showing photos of him from while he grow to be 10-13. Trayvon grow to be 17 years previous while this took place, why do no longer we get to work out a image of him now? possibly it is so we don't see what a hood he grow to be. for my area i visit guard the Sanford Police branch to whoever needs to undertaking me, yet next time please attempt to work out the two aspects earlier asking this way of ridiculous question approximately this.
  • Why are we seeing so little about the 2 black kids that lit the white kid on fire? Funny, they even use the word 'alleged" when referring to the crime...... Zimmerman never got any such courtesy, he just got a bounty put on his head by Spike Lee. NY Times gave it almost three lines: http://articles.nydailynews.com/2012-03-...better reporting from a smaller paper made page 5: http://www.theroot.com/white-teenager-li...
  • Even if what you say is true, how is bias going to kill the network? These days it seems like the more biased you are, the better ratings you get.
  • So, why was there no investigation at all going on until protests and the public outcry started? Take your time.
  • I give MSNBC credit for bringing this case to National attention and hope justice will prevail at the end
  • To answer your question; MSNBC only exists to be the outlet for liberal propaganda its been dead as a news source long ago. Their pundits are nothing more than paid union hacks....
  • The local Florida outlets are LEAKING STORIES FROM THE POLICE TO PROTECT ZIMMERMAN. God, you conservatives are stupid.
  • Nope. There's a LOT of stupid liberals in the country/
  • NOBODY is more biased than fox. https://www.google.com/search?q=canada+%...
  • So. In a lapse of judgement, I wrote 'Pig' on a cop's mailbox with an extinguished cigarette. I was cited with a Class 2 Misdemeanor. What will likely happen? There was no damage done at all to the mailbox. It wiped right off, but he saw me. I know I shouldn't have done it. I was irrational, for a split second. Here's the second question, though, and it will help explain why. I recently got my car impounded (unrecoverably), due to being pulled over with a flurry of driving limitations. I had no insurance, no license, and no regstration. Here's some background information. I got in an accident in college. At the time, I had insurance, so the damages were covered, but I had no money to pay the ticket. Afterward, to boot, my mother dropped me from the insurance plan. After that, I had to keep driving, to work to pay the ticket, and get insurance again. Nobody could lend me money, I tried. Anyway, a month went by, and I paid the ticket. I had to pay that before getting insurance, because I couldn't get another extention. Shortly after, though, I got pulled over with no insurance. I couldn't make the court date, as it was in a nearby town. I didn't have gas, and I didn't want to risk getting pulled over again. A short while went by, and I got a letter letting me know my registration was revoked, and my drivers license was suspended on two accounts (not showing to court, and not paying the fine [I never knew how much it was, I never received a letter.]) So just two days ago, I got pulled over, and.. well it's obvious. They impounded my car. It's going to cost more to get it out than I can sell it for. I was going to sell it to help me go back to college. My citations were: Suspended Driver's License (two accounts), Posession of Suspended Driver's License (I didn't know you had to get rid of it.. I told the cop it was suspended up front, I wasn't trying to fool anybody of anything,) No Registration, No Insurance, Cracked Windshield (why they pulled me over.) What hope do I have for this? What could I do to make this easier? I feel like a criminal for all of these traffic violations, when all I've been trying to do is get straight with the court for a 5mph accident, and get ready to go back to school, lol. What can I expect to pay? I live in Arizona. I'm 19 years old.
  • There is also no possible way I can pay this. It's completely unfeasible. I just lost my job as a result. I'm a reporter for a newspaper, and I have to drive to do my job. I was so close to getting this straightened out. Just two days after I got the car impounded (today), I was going to get insurance and my license reinstated. I'm moving to Virginia to finish school and live with my sister. At least that was the plan before this happened. I see my options as: Work a dead-end job on foot in this dead-end town for a couple of years to pay my fines, and say goodbye to college, go to jail, or kill myself. It's all so terrible.
  • I don't see where I can add a comment, so I'm going to add details to respond. I know what I did was irresponsible, with the mailbox. I don't deny it, and I handled it well after. I told the cop I wasn't trying to get out of it, and I knew he had to do whatever he was going to do. But I told him I was sincerely sorry, it was nothing personal, and I tried to shake his hand. He called me a worthless ****. I understand. I have no record for criminal action, save for the tickets. I'm not that kind of person. I'm not going to ask for personal counseling on this website, but I've been pretty distraught since this all went down. I just don't care about anything, but I'm trying to pull through. The chain of events that lead up to the impoundment, I feel those were partly due to my inexperience with the court system. But I'm not lying about anything.
  • Well, the mailbox, there was.. literally zero damage. The cigarette wasn't even still burning, it was just cold ash. It wiped right off. I think it would be irrational to fine me. I understand the police officer was extremely irate, because he saw me, but even he said something along the lines of I won't have to pay anything. I suppose to elaborate on that question, I want to know the liklihood the charge will be dropped. And if it isn't, how long will it be on my record? For the car, can I still leave the state with all of these outstanding fines? This is a very small town with really very few jobs. Every 'kid' job you can think of, grocery store convenience clerk, restaurant waitress/cleaner is supporting an adult and his/her family. Can I get a license in Virgnia?
  • Okay, really? Raich..? I wasn't out for a personal reprimandment here. I got responses along those lines, so I stated a bit of personal information of my own. Please don't assume you know any more about my situation than I have divulged. If all you can say is that I will have to pay my fines and move on, without elaborating, then that's fine, leave it at that. If you wish, ignore what I said about myself, save for the stipulations, and I'll do the same for what you've said that's slightly irrelevent. What I wanted was information on the law on the Law & Ethics board. Go figure?
  • I didn't go back, he saw me do it, then got me a block or so away. Really, nothing more I can say about that instance. I let them take my information, do all they had to do, and I didn't say a word, until they were done, when I tried to personally apologize. I wasn't looking for pity. I'm not looking for pity now. "They make laws for everyone, not just a few people.. And if you think that people are going to even begin to feel bad for you, as you can already tell by the responses on the board, that not many people are..." Get over yourself. When did I state any of this was unjust? It sounds like you're trying to fortify your own image just as much as downplay mine. I did call, I did get extentions, but you can only get so many. How am I supposed to pay for fines without a car to work? There may have been certain steps I could have taken to alleviate some of my stress, but I just didn't know anything about the process by which to go about them until all of this happened.
  • Let me get this straight: you vandalized a mailbox because you are frustrated that the police keep enforcing the law that you broke at least four times? Thickheaded, ain't ya? Stop driving you putz. Go back to school and get a job near a bus route. Save your money, pay your debts and quit making excuses. All of this is your own fault. EDIT - oh the drama. You don't have to kill yourself and you don't have to give up college. Make all of your scheduled court appearances and find out how much money this is going to cost to clear up. Then go to Virginia and get a job THAT DOES NOT REQUIRE DRIVING. Live with your sister, save your money and go to school part-time. Pay off your tickets and wait until you have a valid license and insurance before you drive again. Geesh. EDIT #2 - The header of your question indicates you want to know your options. Having ignored all of the previous options offered to you by law, this is what you have left. If you think I'm hard on you, wait until you see the judge. Good luck to you.
  • First off why in the hell would you do that to a cop's mail box and then go back and say "I'm sorry??" To me that was immature and ignorant and very irresponsible on your part I don't care about your age at the time that you did this! They make laws for everyone, not just a few people.. And if you think that people are going to even begin to feel bad for you, as you can already tell by the responses on the board, that not many people are... And complaining about going to have to stay in this small town and not be able to go back to school, you had options, you couldn't of called and told them that you were trying to work to get enuff money to pay back what you owed already instead of taking the chance that you were going to get pulled over how many times??? before they impounded your vehicle? I'd say that this was a costly experience for you, the real question is? did U learn anything from it other than its costing you big bucks? I'd say buck down, see if your sister or whoever can get you back and forth to work or maybe catch a ride with someone thats working the same hours that you do and pay off what you owe, cause sadly enuff your records will follow you no matter where you go in life... And keep yourself outta trouble and stop writing on mail boxes, that was stupid on your part sadly enuff to say.. And maybe once you did that they were after you from that point... It's been known to happen in the past.. thats a different story all together tho... Best of luck
  • You made a lot of poor choices. I am surprised there wasn't a warrant out for you since you didn't show up to court. You will probably have your license suspended for a few years. You will probably receive multiple tickets and citations for all your traffic violations. As for the mailbox you will probably get some sort of community service or probation for destruction of property. You also may have to pay for a new mailbox. ______________________________________... When you make mistakes there are consequences. You have to try to do the right thing and move on. You may have to work dead end job for a little while to payoff your debt. It's not going to just magically go away. If you make bad choices own up to it and do what you have to do to make it right. If that means working at McDonalds for a year and taking public transportation then that's what you do. Life isn't easy but remember it could ALWAYS be much worse! The best thing you can do is show up for Court, Pay all you Fines and behave.
  • In my experience, people with stories like yours fall into one of two categories. A few are truly burdened by an unfortunate and inescapable chain reaction of events, and can't get their heads above water. Most are some combination of self-delusional, manipulative, and irresponsible. Figure out which of those two you are. If you are the first, then tell all of this to the judge, be sincere and contrite and hope for the best. If you are the second, keep your mouth shut and accept whatever the court has in mind for you.
  • as strange as this may sound i halfway believe you....i mean i believe all the stuff that happened but i find it hard to believe that you absolutely have no resources whatsoever to pay for all you have done...further, it may sound like the system is picking on you but the system is not the one who to defaced/vandalized a mailbox (which is a federal offense by the way) i think if it were me i would start staying home in my free time, catching a ride to work (i know ~ you have to find another job first), saving your money and paying the fines and look forward to going to school in the winter or spring term....all is not lost and this is not the worst thing that could happen to you
  • This website has a heck of a bibliography on Spain's role. Here's a chronology from another source: Sept 1779. Baton Rouge LA. A Spanish force captures the British posts on the Mississippi River. These posts were unaware that war had been declared and offered little resistance. The Spanish force consisted of the Louisiana Rgt (500), American Dragoons (20), a white militia company (60), a Black militia company (80), Indians from Louisiana (160) and Patriot traders (7). March 1780. Mobile AL. After difficulties in establishing siege works, the Spanish manage to blow gaps in the wall of the British fort. The fort surrenders after a releiving force from Pensacola is delayed by bad weather. The Spanish force consists of over 1300 men against the British garrison of about 300 men. The releif force consisted of about 1100 men. Mar 1780- May 1781. Mobile AL area. Throughout the Spanish occupation of Mobile until the fall of Pensacola, numerous ambushes were conducted on their foraging groups and scouts by pro-British Choctaw and Creek warparties. May 26 1780. St Louis, MO. A British force from Canada including 300 regulars, militia plus 750 Indians attack the Spanish post at St Louis. The Spanish force includes regulars from Louisiana Rgt (29) and St Louis Militia (280) plus some Patriot traders. Jan 2 1781. St Joseph. The Spanish force included 65 men vs 60 Indians Jan 7 1781. The Village-Mobile AL. The secondary fortifications located on the east side of Mobile Bay are referred to as "The Village". A major British assault is barely repelled. The British defeat is partly due to the loss of nearly every officer in the command. The British force included Waldeck Rgt (60), 60th Ft Rgt (100), West Florida Foresters, Maryland/Pennsylvannia Loyalist, Choctaw and Creek Indians (300 est), and two 4 pdr cannon. The isolated Spanish garrison included eight cannon of various sizes with naval gun crews (60), New Orleans ***** Militia company (40) and a company from the Espana Rgt (40) Mar 1781. Pensacola FL. Despite facing a superior Spanish force, the British garrison held out until a magazine in a primary fortification explodes. Numerous British sorties were conducted to impede the progress of the Spanish siege works. 1780s. New Mexico-Arizona area. The Spanish Governor of Mexico is in a war with Apache tribes of the area and conduct several expeditions. These operations reduces the amount of support that he can lend to Gen Galvez. 1792. Balize Station. The ***** and Pardos militia companies (about 200 men) attack the base and headquarters of the French pirates located in Louisiana. The Pirates are forced to relocate to more islolated islands.
  • Was there any? I don't think so.We were already eyeing Florida so why would they help us?France did to a minimum but Spain?
  • http://www.southcoastsar.org/SpanishSoldiers.htm http://artemis.austincollege.edu/acad/history/lcummins/Light%20Cummins%20Vita%20Oct%202006.htm http://www.somosprimos.com/hough/hough.htm http://www.google.ca/search?hl=en&rlz=1T4GFRD_enCA204CA204&q=+American+Revolution+Spain+book&btnG=Search&meta=
  • Some dems think dems should be more dem .Some wanted her more to the left.Loughner is Jewish by James Buchanan The man who shot 19 people in Arizona, killing six and severely wounding Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, is Jewish according to an interview by a reporter from Mother Jones magazine. The Mother Jones article notes “about eight hours before he allegedly killed six people and wounded 14, including Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D-Ariz.), in Tucson—Jared Lee Loughner phoned an old and close friend with whom he had gone to high school and college. The friend, Bryce Tierney, was up late watching TV, but he didn’t answer the call. When he later checked his voice mail, he heard a simple message from Loughner: ‘Hey man, it’s Jared. Me and you had good times. Peace out. Later.’ That was it. But later in the day, when Tierney first heard about the Tucson massacre, he had a sickening feeling: ‘They hadn’t released the name, but I said, ‘Holy sh-t, I think it’s Jared that did it.’ ‘ Tierney
  • There is no doubt he lends toward the left. He shot someone that was a conservative democrat. Someone that was against illegal immigration in her district and invited a republican federal judge to address that issue. The shooter had no ties to limbaugh or any other conservative, and was not a member of the tea party. I doubt if he was that bright. To listen to Fox and conservative talk shows you need a certain amount of knowledge of politics and a desire to help our country.
  • A fellow student referred to him as a "left-wing pot-head".
  • Uhhh, yeah. Sorry. Wrong. The facts support his affiliation with far-right whacko groups. He was a righty. But by all means, keep trying to convince yourself of the exact opposite.
  • He was reading liberal's favorite literary piece: Communist Manifesto.
  • Cons and Libs, I got a solution -- why don't we blame it on the Libertarians.
  • wonder why he killed a dem if he was such a dem
  • your fear is showing again
  • California is asking for a $7 billion bailout. "California, Short of Cash, May Ask U.S. for Loan" http://www.nytimes.com/2008/10/04/us/04c...LOS ANGELES — With the credit crisis cutting off access to short-term financing, California officials said the state may be forced to ask the United States government to lend it $7 billion, warning that the state could run out of money in a few weeks without it. As the nation’s most populous state, California’s precarious finances underscore the depths of the financial crisis. The emergency handout, the equivalent of $192 for each resident, would rival the federal government’s bailout of New York City in 1975 as it teetered on bankruptcy. I live in a blue state, New Jersey, and am looking to get out, like many people living here. "Poll Finds Almost Half of New Jersey Adults Want to Move Out of State" http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,3031...The Monmouth University/Gannett New Jersey Poll, released Wednesday, found 49 percent of those polled would rather live somewhere else. Poll participants cited high property taxes (28 percent), the cost of living (19 percent), state taxes (5 percent) and housing costs (6 percent) as the main reasons they want out. The poll also found that 51 percent of those who expressed a desire to leave planned to do so, with adults under the age of 50 making between $50,000 and $100,000 the most likely to flee. "If you have the ability to leave and you don't see any possibility for change with the way the state is run — and that's the No. 1 issue here — you have to vote with your feet," said Patrick Murray, director of the Monmouth University Polling Institute. "RED STATE VS. BLUE STATE ECONOMICS" http://www.nypost.com/seven/09212008/pos...After a tough week on Wall Street and in Washington, it's important to point out that all economic troubles are not created equal. And it is the red states that are better prepared to weather the crisis. In Texas, Florida and Arizona, life doesn't seem so grim. As Phil Gramm and Mike Solon noted in a Sept. 13 Wall Street Journal column, those three large states gained 1.7 million, 1.4 million, and 600,000 jobs, respectively, from 1996-2006. That's one-third of all US jobs during that period. The states also had per-capita income growth that far outpaced the national averages. But if you're looking for economic struggles, visit the blue states. Begin with big kahuna California, which gave John Kerry a 10% margin in 2004. The now-misnamed Golden State, with its Democrat-dominated legislature and might-as-well-be-a-Democrat governor, had an August unemployment rate of 7.7%, up from just 5.5%, and over 400,000 more unemployed workers, in 12 months. Yet Arnold Schwarzenegger rejects the idea of offshore drilling, and the jobs it will create. Finally, head west a bit to Obama's Illinois (7.3% unemployment). Its Democratic governor, legislature, big-city mayor, and US senators have all played a role in creating the Land of Lincoln's economic lousiness. Moving Democratic National Committee operations to Chicago, perhaps Obama's most noteworthy "jobs program," has made little difference. Is this what we have to look forward to with Obama/Biden?
  • I am an independent and I am just going to say one thing about why the blue states are doing poorly all the firms say in Boston and so On are really big into the stock market new york and so on we have companies here that are directly effected by transitions in the market and it is our biggest downfall we don't have many idustries here and if we do they are defense like General Dynamics, Ratheon, Natick Labs, Texas and many other states have a lot of back up income such as farming and some are major industrial centers. I know this is just a Generalization and there is a lot more to it but this is the basics of why we are doing a bit more poorly. P.S. I am from the Boston area. As for all the Obama Supporters who gave rather rude answers. If you are so devoted to change then you would use this opportunity to try and educate people from your point of view and making fun of a stereo type like with the super walmarts shows how ignorant and arrogant you really are. Hopefully not all Obama supporters are like you and wish to educate others about why you have the point of View that you do. You should also realize that Democrat = Republican and no matter who get's on office we must remain vigilant to make sure we let them know we are watching and are going to make sure they carry out the will of the People. This of course is just my opinion.
  • I think it is only a funny correlation and not a causality. The economy is mainly independent from a "state" or even the voters in a state. However, California is a blue state (Obama-majority), but it was ruled by Schwarzenegger: California had one of the biggest crashs and has most inhabitants: It has a lot of impact on the research. What I want to say is that politics are not that easy, even the civil war has still impacts on the economic growth in North and in South, it is not effective to look on such a short term development. I don´t think that Democrats are lazy or something like that ...
  • There are many problems with the state, not the least of which that many businesses have fled the state and taken their jobs and tax revenues elsewhere. For a number of years in a row, California has the country's "worst business climate." California managed to edge out other notably liberal "blue states" for the title, with New York, New Jersey, Michigan and Massachusetts rounding out the bottom five. The only good news here is that sometimes businesses do flee Cali for New York and New Jersey, helping economies in those states. http://mjperry.blogspot.com/2008/07/most...Ofcourse no lib will admit going national with their tax plans the only business's left in this country will be leaving. all the while complaining about outsourcing. But hey when you can blame bush why not right...
  • When the states got greedy for their "Uncle Sam's" purse, it came with "strings". It's the states' fault for accepting money from the Feds. The Feds, in turn, required the states to meet certain requirements & obligations in order to get that money. Now, when the Feds are cutting back on these programs, the states can't afford to fund them, so have to cut jobs. The states dependency on the Feds money are what got the states in financial trouble. When you keep expecting "Uncle Sam" to keep funding your lifestyle, you hurt when he decides to stop it. I think the states need to find ways of doing business like they did before "Uncle Sam" was helping them. We're an enterprising country, founded on hard work and strong ethics. Laziness has permeated every corner of society, leaning heavily on handouts, programs and big government. But, how did government get so big? We let them. We kept asking for more. We wanted our states to supply more than they could afford, so we sent our representatives to Washington to lobby for more of this and that. While this won't be a popular idea, it's true. Like Pogo said, "I've seen the enemy and the enemy is us". With that being said, we need to stop sitting on our blessed assurances and stop being told what we need. We know what we need. We need to stop the government from digging deeper into our pockets, and talk to our representatives about what we need. Need is something you can't live without, not to be confused with want, which we can all live without. We can live without funding for special classes to make us learn to "tolerate" more effectively. Look around you, and I'm sure you can find things you can live without, saving the government (which we pay) millions of dollars. Programs that are just a waste of time and money. Instead of having things jammed down our necks, the government needs to do what they were put into office for in the first place. And that was to uphold the laws of the land, and protect us from foreign powers. So, in answer to your question (if this hasn't already) I think all states are doing poorly, and it's all due to their greed in getting all they can get from the Feds (which we pay through our taxes). Abebbada bebbada...that's all folks. <*)))><
  • The reason is simple. Blue states for the most part have more established economies and are largely affected by big business. In many blue states, a lot of big businesses have outsourced their workforce creating unemployment and recession. This has a negative spiraling effect on their market share. Red states tend to miss this effect because they are mostly engaged in small business. You need local workers to man those jobs since the whole company can be one building. Therefore you don't see as much recession. That is until you look at hedge funds and health insurance packages.
  • Blue states are the richest and most successful states in the country. So when the economy goes down, they lose the most. If there is a recession, it won't hurt the economy of South Dakota, because there isn't much economy there to begin with. All they do there is grow food, and everyone needs food anyway.
  • Here is a copy and paste of part of a response that I just gave to another question, having to do with this recent "rescue" bill: California just asked for a 7 Billion dollar loan because the banks won't loan them anymore money. Which states are next? I'm thinking New York and probably Michigan as well. Both are operating in the red and have been for some time. Notice if you will, these are BLUE states, but as always, the Republicans will get the blame.
  • Most Blue states have larger urban areas. In these urban areas there always larger numbers of social programs. When you have at your availability, large social programs which can and do, replace the need to work, you will always have poor work ethics.
  • This is just a guess...because the state legislatures are controlled by TAX AND SPEND LIBERAL DEMONCRAPS. Liberals are great at telling you how they can spend your money better than you can (all in the name of saving society from itself, mind you) while their money is safely tucked away in a trust fund somewhere that cannot be taxed.
  • This one was unaware the all fifty states and three quarters of the world (Mexico, Central America, South America, Europe, the slavic areas, Russia, all of Africa, Australia, Japan, most of Southeast Asia, the Middle East, etc.) were "blue states"... It seldom benefits any person to attempt to twist the fact or to ignore the same in the hopes of promoting his or her personal agenda. Perhaps it would be wiser if all persons in the US began to work cooperatively with one another for the mutual benefit of all rather than to continue to practice biased divisive politics of hatred and fear. Perhaps it would be wiser for all nations and peoples of the world to begin to realize that we are not separate from one another, that we need one another in true interdependence. Be well and please practice that which will create unity and harmony rather than division and mistrust.
  • The Gardasil vaccine has been approved for the male. The vaccine is about $130 an injection and it is given in a series of three injections. The age recommendation for the vaccine for men and women is 9 to 26. I do know some doctors who have given the vaccine after the cut-off age of 26 for the female. The vaccine does not prevent all HPV types…it only prevents 4. It works best if given before any sex. They are 40genital HPV types and all are most commonly transmitted through sex…so they are STI. Most people do acquire HPV soon after they engage in sex…many women acquire an HPV type or types with their first sex partner. HPV can go undetected for many years...and yes HPV can have some serious effects even after a hysterectomy. At our age most men and women have acquired an HPV type or two…most men and women build immunity to their acquired HPV types…but some of us don’t. Most of us don’t know what HPV type or types we carry. Do you know what high risk HPV type or types we have? I would think yes…with a little determination….you may be able to find a doctor who would give your new sex partner the vaccine. I am not sure how much a male could benefit in this age range since the vaccine is a preventive. Another thing to consider is a new sex partner may share a new HPV type with you. Committee Recommends Use of GSK's New Bivalent HPV Vaccine in Females The CDC's Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices, or ACIP, has recommended against the routine use of quadrivalent human papillomavirus, or HPV, vaccine to prevent genital warts in boys and young men. Instead, the committee voted during its Oct. 21-22 meeting in Atlanta to support the "permissive use" of Gardasil, Merck & Co. Inc.'s quadrivalent HPV vaccine, leaving decisions on whether to immunize males ages 9-26 years who request the vaccine up to their health care professionals. However, the committee did recommend that the CDC provide funding for administration of the vaccine through the agency's Vaccines for Children, or VFC, program for males who want to receive it. Gardasil was approved in 2006 for use in girls and young women ages 9-26 years for the prevention of cervical cancer, vulvar cancer, vaginal cancer and precancers caused by HPV types 16 and 18; genital warts caused by HPV types 6 and 11; and precancerous or dysplastic lesions caused by HPV types 6, 11, 16, and 18. The FDA recently expanded its approval to include use of the vaccine to prevent genital warts in boys and men ages 9-26 years. According to Doug Campos-Outcalt, M.D., M.P.A., the Academy's liaison to the ACIP, the committee has recommended routine use of the vaccine in adolescent girls and young women because of the protection it offers against both warts and cancer, but the committee did not take that step for boys and young men, in part, because the FDA approved its use in males solely to prevent genital warts. Gardasil has not been shown to prevent cancer in males, said Campos-Outcalt, who also is associate head of the department of family and community medicine at the University of Arizona College of Medicine, Phoenix, and some ACIP members at the meeting viewed warts primarily as a cosmetic or fairly benign problem that -- except in some rare instances -- was less serious than other vaccine-preventable diseases. Advocates of vaccinating males against HPV infection counter by saying that doing so would lend further protection to females. However, the concept of vaccinating boys and young men against HPV did not fare well in a recent cost-benefit analysis conducted by researchers from the Harvard School of Public Health and published in BMJ. The three-dose vaccine series needed to achieve adequate protection in either males or females costs nearly $400. "The feeling is that effort and money would be better spent in increasing vaccination rates in girls," Campos-Outcalt said. The ACIP did give a thumbs-up to routine use of Cervarix, the new bivalent HPV vaccine manufactured by GlaxoSmithKline Biologicals, or GSK, that recently was approved by the FDA for the prevention of cervical cancer and precancerous lesions caused by HPV types 16 and 18 in girls and women ages 10-25. The committee also recommended that the CDC provide VFC funding for administration of Cervarix to eligible females. Like Gardasil, Cervarix is administered in a three-dose series and is similarly priced. Although Cervarix does not protect against the HPV types that cause genital warts, Campos-Outcalt said some patients and physicians may opt for the new product because data provided by GSK indicate that Cervarix produces higher antibody levels than Gardasil, which could lead to a better and longer-lasting immune response. If the goal is to prevent cervical cancer in females, either Cervarix or Gardasil may be used, said the committee, which further noted that one vaccine could be substituted for the other, if needed, to complete the three-d
  • Why is Gardasil no longer on the immunization time table for boys and adult males? CDC did no longer upload this vaccine to the cautioned immunization schedules for adult males in those age communities via fact learn propose that the final thank you to evade the main affliction via HPV is to vaccinate as many women folk and ladies as achieveable. mom and dad of boys can settle on if Gardasil is appropriate for his or her sons by utilising conversing with their sons’ well being care carriers. youthful adult males could additionally communicate this vaccine with their docs.
  • At present there are no specific recommendations for routine vaccination for males, but the vaccine will prevent transmission.
  • Apparently, former DA Ken Buck is gaining a reputation for speaking his mind and not necessarily considering consequences. He is in a runoff to become the Republican nominee for the Senate position currently held by Michael Bennet, who was appointed by Colorado's Democratic Governor when Ken Salazar's Senate seat became available following his Presidential appointment. Bennet has run some atrocious ads locally and had served for a short time as Superintendent of Denver Schools, which by most measures is considered a very troubled, and some might legitimately say, failing school district. The phrase you posted in quotes is not what he said, but his frustration over continuing questions from "birthers" led to words he obviously regrets and has tried to soften for how they might be perceived. A couple of links will be included for more detail on the exchange that may have opened a door for popular former Congressman Tom Tancredo to jump into the fray for the contested Senate seat this November. Locally, Mr. Tancredo is something of a hero for pushing for measures to address illegal immigration long before Arizona conservatives began work on SB 1070, which has gained widespread support in polls around the country. Perhaps among the most troubling aspects of the gaffe from Ken Buck is that he has received substantial financial support from the tea party. Several sources have suggested South Carolina's Jim DeMint lent encouragement early in the process and may have played a role in securing $350,000 in mostly tea party donations to help fund Buck's candidacy. Links are as follows: http://www.denverpost.com/politics/ci_15...http://www.thesitrep.com/news_poster.php...Since many here believe Tom Tancredo would be the Republicans' strongest candidate and a likely winner in a head to head match-up against Bennet, this hasn't caused the level of concern locally that many around the country and in the media had thought the gaffe might engender.
  • Ken Buck, Republican candidate for the Senate. --"According to the Denver Post, Buck was caught on tape saying in June, "Will you tell those dumbasses at the Tea Party to stop asking questions about birth certificates while I'm on camera." He added, laughing: "God, what am I supposed to do?"--
  • Ken Buck, that is one of many reasons I voted against him in the primary today. I'm backing Gale Norton.
  • Define stupid. OBTW: The correct term is "Teabaggers." L M F A O !
  • . Sounds like my kind of guy: intelligent and rational. .
  • It's Yom Kippur. I'm not sure exactly how long it lasts but it is more than one day. Things to consider. You can do your own feast, after all Advent lasts a while and since it is a buildup to Christmas,it is a joyous season and you get wreaths, candles, etc. Lotsa options there. Consider that if you want family and traditions, you need a family to share those with. Will your family go along and celebrate the way you want to? Ramadan is simple enough, you fast from sunrise to sundown and then have a big feast and celebration at the end of the season. However, it is definitely NOT worth converting to Islam for and, again, how would your family react to that? Yom Kippur might be OK, at least Judaism is not as misogynist as Islam. But you still want family involved, you gotta think about that. You might try fasting and candles during Lent. You get 40 days there. Party hearty on Mardi Gras, then you can fast (within reason) but look at it as a celebration, it IS the buildup to both the Crucifixion (sadness) and the Resurrection, the most joyous day on the Christian calendar. You are lucky to be Catholic here, at least they DO understand feast times, Protestants not so much. And as a Catholic, you probably can find some Saint's Day just about every day of the year, so you can string a few relevant ones together and create your own celebration from there. Living in Arizona, I'm partial to St. Swithin, patron saint of rain. I think his feast day is in mid-June or mid-July. Sorry for the long answer, personally I love holidays, I take all I can get and as an agnostic, I can steal holidays from anybody and have fun with them! Blessings on your Journey!
  • the only days that are holidays in the experience that we've a time without work of artwork are Christmas and Easter and for some human beings stable Friday. Others are celebrated yet in basic terms by skill of Catholics with a undeniable Mass. some are Holy Days of criminal duty besides, yet us of a of america does not know or rejoice them as a rustic.
  • I do not understand. We have more holy days than practically any one. In fact, we even treat every Sunday as a holy day. Holy Mother Church believes that she should celebrate the saving work of her divine Spouse in a sacred commemoration on certain days throughout the course of the year. Once each week, on the day which she has called the Lord's Day, she keeps the memory of the Lord's resurrection. She also celebrates it once every year, together with his blessed Passion, at Easter, that most solemn of all feasts. In the course of the year, moreover, she unfolds the whole mystery of Christ .... Thus recalling the mysteries of the redemption, she opens up to the faithful the riches of her Lord's powers and merits, so that these are in some way made present in every age; the faithful lay hold of them and are filled with saving grace. -- Sacrosanctum concilium 102 Here is the liturgical calendar for 2011: http://www.universalis.com/-700/calendar...For more information, see the Catechism of the Catholic Church, sections 1163 and following: http://www.nccbuscc.org/catechism/text/p...With love in Christ.
  • don't convert for that reason. Catholics at least have many feast days. We are to celebrate Christmas for 12 days and easter for a week. Then there's Advent and Lent.
  • It's called Lent, Holy week, Christmas.......Almost everyday is a Saints Feast Day. What more do you want? "There are not more than 100 people in the world who truly hate the Catholic Church, but there are millions who hate what they perceive to be the Catholic Church. ....As a matter of fact, if we Catholics believed all of the untruths and lies which were said against the Church, we probably would hate the Church a thousand times more than they do." -----Archbishop Sheen http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vs6qZd_xP...Peace be with you <<<Devout Catholic>>> http://catholicmyths.blogspot.com/
  • But you have already tried to steal christmas, easter and halloween from the pagans! Time you invented some of your own holidays instead of stealing other people's!
  • Why not just do it yourself? If you feel like fasting and lighting candles, just do it at home. If you want more holidays, celebrate the Jewish holidays too. Nothing funner than singing dradle, dradle, dradle.
  • The feast day of every Saint is a Holiday :)!
  • instead of worrying about man holidays, have you even stopped to think about the Lord's Holy Days that you can celebrate and feast. PASSOVER FEAST OF UNLEAVEN BREAD MEMORIAL BLOWING OF THE TRUMPETS DAY OF ATONEMENT FEAST OF TABERNACLES FEAST OF PENTECOST 8TH DAY FEAST All of these days are highlighted in Leviticus 23...with all your getting, get an understanding
  • Maybe you have heard of Christmas perhaps even Easter. Palm sunday. Ash Wednesday. Go get involved with your church community more they tend to be nice people.
  • It doesn't matter nowadays where you take your classes. The main thing is the accreditation. That means who recognizes your degree and the institution that grants it. To answer your question, I personally prefer the immediacy of classes. Deadlines to get to class help to keep me on my toes. Having people around me makes for great interaction and forging friendships. Professors can be so good, they can recommend you for scholarships and jobs, and they are a great resource and an inspiration. Online teachers: their background is harder to check unless they are hired by a well-known university. I find online classes to be useful if I cannot commute to classes or there are some extenuating circumstances where I have to be at home. The drawback is that one lacks the discipline to consistently sit down and study, and may get behind. There are many universities offering online courses. Some subjects lend themselves well to online classes. Others like music and education, and counselling, need classroom time. For example, there is a local college which grants a music degree where I live. The students from this non-accredited institution (it is a private religious college) are in for a shock if they want to get into a Master's degree because most places don't recognize the college. Even the local government doesn't recognize it. So be very careful, please check the accreditation before you pay a penny and spend hours on a class. U of Arizona offers education degree online but where I live, I may get a degree from them, and they are an accredited university, but my area teacher's association will not recognize it because it is missing the one year practicum, where the fourth year teaching student actually teaches at a school under supervision. So I am better off going to classes at a local university which meets the teaching associations' guidelines. In other words, the university is not accredited where I live. So you do have to be careful, check everything out. Best wishes!
  • I actually did a combination of both. Anything that I thought would be fairly easy to learn from a book I took online i.e. history, sociology, etc. But if it's a subject you have a little trouble with I think its better to take it on campus.
  • community college. they're generally more reputable, and it will be easier to transfer credits to a 4-year college if you ever want to do that.
  • May be this site can help you http://www.a1onlinecourses.com
  • whatever suits you best.
  • i recorded the end credits and typed up the songs. here's ALL the songs: Limp Bizkit - Nookie Denali - Roller Nonstop Music - Military Parade The Coast - Circles The Coast - All Farewells Arizona - Diventa Blue The Coast - Evening's heights War Stories - Because I Love You Cotty - Put Cha In Ya Place Electric Owls - Put, the Candle, Back! Adrift Da Belle - DUN-EZ (Keep Workin' Baby) Awesome New Republic - We Are Glowing Light The Actions - The Real Thing Naira - Fly Hustle, Fresh, Grind The DNC - The Way U Like It The Honor Roll - Birthday War Stories - TV The All-American Rejects - The Wind Blows Electric Valentine - Beat Drop Boom Bip and Charlie White - We Love To Shop (Teen Dance Remix) The Lab - Bionic Hand Awesome New Republic - Florida Naira - Countdown Thrice - Wood & Wire Andrew Wyatt, Pontus Winnberg - Plastic Jungle Something About Vampires and Sluts - Burning Bridges Fight Like Apes - Lend Me Your Face AFI - Miss Murder Thrice - In Exile
  • Thrice- In Exhile http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GrnSwYlrD...
  • Miss Murder by AFI this it? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DLQkyaHK0Zs
  • They have different Rules of Court - although in practice, they are pretty similar. State court deal with violations of the state criminal code and civil suits that arise under state law. OTOH, at least here in AZ, federal court almost exclusively deals with illegal immigrants who have been caught and big time drug busts. But, to me the biggest difference is feeling. Federal court feels far more lofty and august. The court rooms are much bigger and more imposing and the judges sit up higher and farther away. Also, the quality of attorneys and judges is generally higher in federal court. Not a lot, but enough to notice. At least in my jurisdiction, you really feel the power and majesty of the United States of America as opposed to the far lesser power and majesty of the State of Arizona. That does not happen by accident. The feds make it feel that way intentionally. For example, in the summer time (it gets over 100 here almost every day), I usually do not wear a coat or jacket to state court. It is just too darn hot to even think about wearing one. However, the rule in federal court is that you have to wear a coat or jacket and if you forget, they have one that they will be happy to lend to you: a plaid 52 small. I sincerely doubt that anyone has had to wear that jacket two times.
  • State courts deal with cases involving state law such as violations of state criminal statutes, contract disputes between residents of the same state, torts, decedents' estates. Federal courts deal with federal matters like disputes between states, patents, bankruptcies, income taxes, and disputes involving federal agencies.
  • Closed-ended questions have a finite set of answers from which the respondent chooses. One of the choices may be "Other." It is a good idea to allow respondents to write in an optional response if they choose "Other." The benefit of closed-ended questions is that they are easy to standardize, and data gathered from closed-ended questions lend themselves to statistical analysis (Fink, 1995). The down side to closed-ended questions is that they are more difficult to write than open-ended questions. This is because the evaluator must design choices to include all the possible answers a respondent could give for each question. Click either the "closed-ended" or the "open-ended" button to see what happens when an interviewer asks each type of question.
  • it's by Thrice, "In Exile". i also recorded the end credits and typed up the songs. here's all the songs: Limp Bizkit - Nookie Denali - Roller Nonstop Music - Military Parade The Coast - Circles The Coast - All Farewells Arizona - Diventa Blue The Coast - Evening's heights War Stories - Because I Love You Cotty - Put Cha In Ya Place Electric Owls - Put, the Candle, Back! Adrift Da Belle - DUN-EZ (Keep Workin' Baby) Awesome New Republic - We Are Glowing Light The Actions - The Real Thing Naira - Fly Hustle, Fresh, Grind The DNC - The Way U Like It The Honor Roll - Birthday War Stories - TV The All-American Rejects - The Wind Blows Electric Valentine - Beat Drop Boom Bip and Charlie White - We Love To Shop (Teen Dance Remix) The Lab - Bionic Hand Awesome New Republic - Florida Naira - Countdown Thrice - Wood & Wire Andrew Wyatt, Pontus Winnberg - Plastic Jungle Something About Vampires and Sluts - Burning Bridges Fight Like Apes - Lend Me Your Face AFI - Miss Murder Thrice - In Exile
  • i don't know exactly the name but i recorded the end credits and typed up the songs. here's ALL the songs: Limp Bizkit - Nookie Denali - Roller Nonstop Music - Military Parade The Coast - Circles The Coast - All Farewells Arizona - Diventa Blue The Coast - Evening's heights War Stories - Because I Love You Cotty - Put Cha In Ya Place Electric Owls - Put, the Candle, Back! Adrift Da Belle - DUN-EZ (Keep Workin' Baby) Awesome New Republic - We Are Glowing Light The Actions - The Real Thing Naira - Fly Hustle, Fresh, Grind The DNC - The Way U Like It The Honor Roll - Birthday War Stories - TV The All-American Rejects - The Wind Blows Electric Valentine - Beat Drop Boom Bip and Charlie White - We Love To Shop (Teen Dance Remix) The Lab - Bionic Hand Awesome New Republic - Florida Naira - Countdown Thrice - Wood & Wire Andrew Wyatt, Pontus Winnberg - Plastic Jungle Something About Vampires and Sluts - Burning Bridges Fight Like Apes - Lend Me Your Face AFI - Miss Murder Thrice - In Exile
  • idk but here is some songs thats on the soundtrack The All-American Rejects-The Wind Blows Denali-Relief Thrice-In Exile AFI -Miss Murder The DNC-The Way You Like It The Actions-The Real Thing Limp Bizkit-Nookie Boom Bip-Red Room The Coast-Circles Cotty-Put Cha In Ya Place Chumbawamba-Tubthumping
  • Miss Murder by AFI.
  • i believe its: cotty - "put cha in your place" You can listen to it at: http://music.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=music.singleplaylist&friendid=189941806 Let me know if thats the one!
  • i don't know exactly the name but i recorded the end credits and typed up the songs. here's ALL the songs: Chumbawamba - Tubthumping Limp Bizkit - Nookie Denali - Roller Nonstop Music - Military Parade The Coast - Circles The Coast - All Farewells Arizona - Diventa Blue The Coast - Evening's heights War Stories - Because I Love You Cotty - Put Cha In Ya Place Electric Owls - Put, the Candle, Back! Adrift Da Belle - DUN-EZ (Keep Workin' Baby) Awesome New Republic - We Are Glowing Light The Actions - The Real Thing Naira - Fly Hustle, Fresh, Grind The DNC - The Way U Like It The Honor Roll - Birthday War Stories - TV The All-American Rejects - The Wind Blows Electric Valentine - Beat Drop Boom Bip and Charlie White - We Love To Shop (Teen Dance Remix) The Lab - Bionic Hand Awesome New Republic - Florida Naira - Countdown Thrice - Wood & Wire Andrew Wyatt, Pontus Winnberg - Plastic Jungle Something About Vampires and Sluts - Burning Bridges Fight Like Apes - Lend Me Your Face AFI - Miss Murder Thrice - In Exile
  • i don't know exactly the name but i recorded the end credits and typed up the songs. here's ALL the songs: Chumbawamba - Tubthumping Limp Bizkit - Nookie Denali - Roller Nonstop Music - Military Parade The Coast - Circles The Coast - All Farewells Arizona - Diventa Blue The Coast - Evening's heights War Stories - Because I Love You Cotty - Put Cha In Ya Place Electric Owls - Put, the Candle, Back! Adrift Da Belle - DUN-EZ (Keep Workin' Baby) Awesome New Republic - We Are Glowing Light The Actions - The Real Thing Naira - Fly Hustle, Fresh, Grind The DNC - The Way U Like It The Honor Roll - Birthday War Stories - TV The All-American Rejects - The Wind Blows Electric Valentine - Beat Drop Boom Bip and Charlie White - We Love To Shop (Teen Dance Remix) The Lab - Bionic Hand Awesome New Republic - Florida Naira - Countdown Thrice - Wood & Wire Andrew Wyatt, Pontus Winnberg - Plastic Jungle Something About Vampires and Sluts - Burning Bridges Fight Like Apes - Lend Me Your Face AFI - Miss Murder Thrice - In Exile
  • I cant really help you if you don't give me any lyrics
  • i don't know exactly the name but i recorded the end credits and typed up the songs. here's ALL the songs: Chumbawamba - Tubthumping Limp Bizkit - Nookie Denali - Roller Nonstop Music - Military Parade The Coast - Circles The Coast - All Farewells Arizona - Diventa Blue The Coast - Evening's heights War Stories - Because I Love You Cotty - Put Cha In Ya Place Electric Owls - Put, the Candle, Back! Adrift Da Belle - DUN-EZ (Keep Workin' Baby) Awesome New Republic - We Are Glowing Light The Actions - The Real Thing Naira - Fly Hustle, Fresh, Grind The DNC - The Way U Like It The Honor Roll - Birthday War Stories - TV The All-American Rejects - The Wind Blows Electric Valentine - Beat Drop Boom Bip and Charlie White - We Love To Shop (Teen Dance Remix) The Lab - Bionic Hand Awesome New Republic - Florida Naira - Countdown Thrice - Wood & Wire Andrew Wyatt, Pontus Winnberg - Plastic Jungle Something About Vampires and Sluts - Burning Bridges Fight Like Apes - Lend Me Your Face AFI - Miss Murder Thrice - In Exile
  • My Super Psycho Sweet 16 Soundtrack
  • This Site Might Help You. RE: Trance song from "My Super Psycho Sweet 16"? It starts when everyone is skating, before Kevin dies, has no vocals.
  • i wanna know the name too, look on the soundtrack
  • Heres the list of all the songs in the film. I dont know which one it is but your free to listen to all of them xD The All-American Rejects "The Wind Blows" Denali "Relief" Thrice "In Exile" AFI "Miss Murder" The DNC "The Way You Like It" The Actions "The Real Thing" Limp Bizkit "Nookie" Boom Bip "Red Room" The Coast "Circles" Cotty "Put Cha In Ya Place" Nonstop Music "Military Parade" The Coast "All Farewells" Arizona "Diventa Blue" The Coast "Evening's "Heights" War Stories "Because I Love You" Electric Owls "Put, the Candle, Back!" Adrift Da Belle "DUN-EZ (Keep Workin' Baby)" Awesome New Republic "Glowing Light" Naira "Fly Hustle, Fresh, Grind" The Honor Roll "Birthday" War Stories "TV" Electric Valentine "Beat Drop" The Lab "Bionic Hand" Awesome New Republic "Florida" Naira "Countdown" Thrice "Wood & Wire" Miike Snow "Plastic Jungle" Something About Vampires and Sluts "Burning Bridges" Fight Like Apes "Lend Me Your Face" Chumbawamba "Tubthumping" Charlie White "We Love To Shop (Teen Dance/Bim Bop Remix)"
  • I have to write a paper for Gov class where I need to choose one Supreme Court case from the past 50 years that I think has been decided wrongly (and I can't pick a case that has since been overturned). I need to write a convincing argument as to why I think the Court's decision was incorrect based on Constitutional arguments, precedents, and history. I know that this is all personal opinion-based, but I'd just like to be referred to some controversial Court cases that a lot of various arguments could be said about. If there are any that really stick out in your mind, please share them! Thank you!
  • There are no shortage of controversial cases; whether you think they should be overturned depends on your political persuasions and your beliefs about the nature of the Constitution itself. Nonetheless, here are a few that are major hot-button issues: Roe v Wade (410 US 113), 1973. The case that legalized abortion nationwide, and is probably the most well-known and most controversial decision by the Court in the last 50 years. Bush v Gore (531 US 98), 2000. Bush v Gore decided the 2000 presidential election, and did so in a way that was extremely controversial and unusual, as the Court said that the case would never be considered binding precedent. Those on the left would say that the Court unreasonably interfered with Florida election law and procedures, stopping a lawful recount. Hamdi v Rumsfeld (548 US 557), 2006. The second of the Guantanamo trial cases, in which the Court held that the executive cannot hold military trials for persons held in US custody at Guantanamo Bay, as it would violate the Uniform Code and the Geneva conventions. Terry v Ohio (392 US 1), 1968. The Terry ruling established a right for police officers to search individuals if they have some particular reason to do so, and feel that it is necessary as a point of safety. "Terry searches" are controversial because they lend themselves to fishing expeditions in search of criminal activity. Lawrence v Texas (539 US 558), 2003. Lawrence overturned an older case (Bowers v Hardwick) and established a right for homosexual persons to engage in consentual sex in the privacy of their domicile without punishment by the government. It's controversial to some on the political right. Illinois v Caballes (543 US 405), 2005. This case expanded the right of the police to use drug-sniffing dogs during traffic stops and similar circumstances. The Court ruled that a narcotics canine is not an intrusive search, even though a dog can detect things that a human officer cannot. Then there is Miranda v Arizona (384 US 436), of 1866, in which the Court established that persons being interrogated by the police have a right to be informed about their constitutional rights. This led to the famous Miranda warning, parroted on cop shows to this day: "You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law. You have the right to an attorney. If you cannot afford an attorney, one will be appointed to you. Do you understand these rights as they have been read to you?" This case implicates both Fifth and Sixth Amendment rights. Some (mostly on the right) feel that this is an unnecessary overreach that impedes police investigations. Civil libertarians feel that it guarantees that people are least reminded as to what their rights are. Kelo v City of New London (545 US 469), 2005. The Court ruled that eminent domain -- the government taking property for the common good -- could be used for building up commercial and upscale residential housing, on the grounds of economic development. Libertarians don't like this ruling. Citizens United v Federal Election Commission (558 US___), 2010. The Court held that corporate spending cannot be limited during elections. This was an extension of a previous case, Buckley v Valeo (424 US 1) of 1976, in which the Court held that spending money on election campaigns is a form of speech that should be protected, even if limited. Citizens United eliminated many of the restrictions Buckley allowed. Both cases are very contentious, as they raise the specter of special interests and corporations spending huge amounts of money to influence elections. District of Columbia v Heller (554 US ____), 2008. The Heller case saw the Court decide that the right to bear arms overrides Washington, D.C.'s right to ban handguns. It is one of the first Court cases addressing Second Amendment rights in a long time, and it's expected to lead to a similar case over the same rights in states, rather than the federal district. Massachusetts v Environmental Protection Agency (549 US 497), 2007. In Mass v EPA, the Court held that carbon dioxide is a greenhouse gas, and thus a pollutant, that can be regulated by the EPA. This case came about because the Bush Administration's EPA said that CO2 couldn't be regulated by the Clean Air Act, and said it wouldn't regulate carbon dioxide even if it could. States appealed to force the issue. There have also been several cases restricting the use of the death penalty. Most people applaud them, but the law-and-order wing of the Republican Party objects. They are 1) Roper v Simmons (543 US 551, 2005), in which the Court held that minors cannot be executed for any crime, and arguing that a "national consensus" had emerged against such a thing; 2) Atkins v Virginia (534 US 304, 2002), in which the Court made a similar ruling about capital punishment being unconstitutional -- as cruel and unusual punishment -- when applied to the mentally retarded; and 3) Kennedy v Louisiana (554 US ___, 2008), which held that the death penalty cannot be applied to crimes such as rape, if unaccompanied by murder. Hazelwood v Kuhlmeier (484 US 260), 1988. In this case, the Court restricted a previous right of students to free speech (the famous Tinker v Des Moines case), and held that schools can prohibit publications of stories in student newspapers. The Court held that such papers are not public forums, and the school can restrict speech that conflicts with its educational goals. Also in the First Amendment area of jurisprudence are the cases that involve government endorsement of religion, the so-called Establishment Clause cases. There are strings of them, most of which involve Christian or Jewish religious symbols set up on public property. The Court ties itself in knots distinguishing these cases. One of the more notable is County of Allegheny v. ACLU (492 US 573), 1989, which dealt with a menorah, a nativity scene, and a Christmas tree on the steps of the county courthouse. The Court ignored the Christmas tree, decided that the menorah was either a secular symbol of the holiday season and/or a nod to multiculturalism, and ruled that the nativity scene was a direct governmental endorsement of Christianity, and impermissible under the Establishment Clause. Equally contested, lately, is the issue of displays featuring documents like the Ten Commandments. In 2005, the Court handed down rulings in two different cases, holding that one such display was permissible, and the other was not. In Van Orden v Perry (545 US 677), the Court allowed the display, because it was in a park with many other monuments, had been donated decades before by a largely secular group, and did not have the appearance of a shrine. However, in McCreary County v. ACLU of Kentucky (545 US 844), the Court concluded that the display was unlawful because all of the included documents were selected based on religious references, and the display had been tweaked in order to avoid constitutional objections. Finally, on the other side of the freedom of religion is the freedom to practice religion as one sees fit. This has been before the Court many times, but never so memorably as in the case of Church of Lukumi Babalu Aye v. City of Hialeah (508 US 520), 1993. The case was brought because of the Santeria beliefs of the church. Santeria, a Caribbean religion practiced mostly by descendents of Africans, includes animal sacrifice as part of its rites. On finding that the Lukumi church was being established, the Hialeah city council passed a law specifically aimed at the church by prohibiting the killing of any animal not intended to be eaten. The Court held that this law served no compelling government purpose, was not neutral to all faiths (that is, it penalized Santeria worshippers but did not affect Christians, for example), and was not narrowly tailored to limit the religious exercise it prohibited, and was therefore unconstitutional. The case is not enormously controversial by itself, but it taps into a much larger debate about what religious practices should be allowed, and how the government can lawfully limit them. Well, I hope this list helps. It covers many different parts of the Constitution, with cases loathed by the left and the right, so hopefully you can find at least one case with which you disagree, or for which you can at least see a compelling counter-argument. Tell us which one you picked, and good luck!
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  • United States v. Lopez 514 U.S. 549 (1995) held that the Gun Free School Zones Act was unconstitutional as it was beyond Congress's commerce clause power. That has been met with widespread criticism since it has been decided Or, Hamdi v. Rumsfeld, 542 U.S. 507 (2004), held the government may detain enemy combatants without trial indefinitely, but US citizens have the right to challenge their detention in the courts.
  • Gibbons v Ogden Dred Scott v Stanford Fletcher v Peck Marbury v Madison Martin v Mott McCulloch v Maryland Brown v Board of Education
  • The Dred Scott decision, where they decided that property rights were more important than human life, today property rights are practically nonexistant. As for slavery, we are testing how much freedom people are willing to sacrifice in return for "free" stuff and services from the government. And when foreign debtors demand payment we cannot supply,they will take their pound of flesh from this country somehow, we may see our children or grandchildren enrolled in a chinese owned factory someday. The case is certainly controversial, and it shows the "framers intent" issue, that judges were supposed to consider when interpreting the constitution in their decisions, considering as Jefferson put it "Man has no property in man, nor has one generation any hold over another." If you look at honest projections of where the national debt is going, this issue of slavery or compulsory labor/services and question of property as things or people/labor time, is not a thing of the past, it could well be a part of our future. Just consider how much of what we owe is consumed by all levels of government combined, and what happens when you can't pay the government what they claim you owe. Who or what is property or chattels? Remember the Emancipation Proclaimation was signed as a economic tool of war, it only applied to Southern states in rebellion, it was not until the constitution was ammended that slavery was outlawed. With passage of Obamacare, we have just seen how little regard there is for constitutional law, or consent of the people. Then there is the New Haven Vs. Kelo decison, where they took private property from one individual, and gave it to a developer, to build a exclusive country club in New Haven, CT, which does not serve the "public interest" but makes the individual a serf or slave because they are no longer safe from seizure of their assets by an aristocracy.
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  • No, there are only two other true contenders for the title of "worst president in U.S. history": Jimmy Carter and James Buchanan. Warren G. Harding's tenure was corrupt but not disastrous, and Andrew Johnson's presidency failed because of his Southern roots and wrongful adherence to extreme states rights concepts in the aftermath of the Civil War, not because his administration effectuated any grave damage to the nation. Only Buchanan matches the record of incompetence, failure and wrongheadedness pursued by Obama. Take Jimmy Carter, for example. He was responsible for the fall of the Shah in Iran and the subsequent rise of the Ayatollahs. He emboldened the Soviets to invade Afghanistan. He oversaw the Three Mile Island incident and presided over a high unemployment rate of 7.1 percent and staggering inflation and interest rates, both of which topped 18 percent by early 1980. His presidency saw gas rationing and shortages, the surrender of the Panama Canal and the boycott of the 1980 Olympics. Pretty bad by any measure. During his entire first term, Carter's record doesn't touch the Obama administration's record in its first year and a half. Obama has already tacitly OK'd the Iranian nuclear program and derided Israel's nuclear program. He has allowed Iranian protestors to be slaughtered in the streets without so much as a peep for days on end. Obama has allowed the Russians to sponsor an uprising in Kyrgyzstan that resulted in the removal of a U.S. airbase. He has lent legitimacy to an Islamist Turkish government and sold American debt to a communist Chinese government that supports North Korea. He has presided over the largest oil spill in world history in the Gulf of Mexico and spent his efforts blaming everyone but himself. He's poised to raise our taxes at the end of the year. He's pushing for comprehensive "immigration reform" that will really act as an amnesty for illegal immigrants. He has denigrated Arizona before Mexico, bowed before the king of Saudi Arabia and the Chinese president and the Japanese emperor, hugged a Venezuelan quasi-dictator, and undermined a constitutional uprising in Honduras. He has pushed carbon taxes and gas taxes and estate taxes. He has propped up unfit mortgage borrowers and penalized those who pay their mortgage on time. He has bailed out his buddies in the banking industry and nationalized the auto and health industries for the benefit of his union friends. He has insulted the Cambridge police and defended Muslim terrorists like Maj. Nidal Hassan. He has utilized advisers who are Marxists (former Green Jobs Czar Van Jones), anti-Semites (foreign policy adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski, special adviser Samantha Power, National Security Adviser Adm. James Jones), racists (Attorney General Eric Holder), sycophantic pro-Islamists (Deputy National Security Adviser for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism John Brennan), kooks (Director of White House Office of Science and Technology John Holdren), perverts (Safe Schools Czar Kevin Jennings), and paid thugs (Rahm Emanuel). When Obama took office, the national debt was just under $10 trillion. Now it is $12 trillion, and by 2015, it will be at least $19.6 trillion. Unemployment under Obama increased to 9.7 percent, up from 7.6 percent when Bush left office. The inflation rate has yet to explode, but most economists believe it will have to unless Obama drastically raises taxes, destroying the economy even further. Carter can't touch this guy. As for Buchanan, the man was a symptom of his times -- an active supporter of admitting Kansas to the Union as a slave state and of Chief Justice Roger Taney's execrable opinion in Dred Scott. He was also responsible for a near-war in Utah against the Mormons, inflation of the currency, and the abominable state of the Union's military position at the beginning of the Civil War. It would be difficult for Obama to top this record of pure disgrace -- after all, he doesn't have to face down the internal specter of a looming war over a major moral issue like slavery, so his tenure can't be as cataclysmically destructive. But like Buchanan, he'll try to subvert American principles all the same. In short, Obama may not be the worst president in American history. But he's easily the worst American president in modern history -- and we'll have to reassess the case in two and a half years, because there's no sign Obama will change his ways. There is good news, though. All of America's worst presidents served one term, and American recovered. That's because if any of them had served a second, America could have been utterly decimated. Americans had better wake up and place Obama in his proper context by 2012, or it may be too late for recovery. o_O
  • Lincoln was the sixteenth president; Obama is the forty-fourth, soooo -- doing the math there has been exactly twenty seven others that have a done a better job than Obama has to date.
  • nope lincoln was an ok president. I think Eisenhower was the Best U.S. president over all. Eisenhower sponsored and signed the civil rights act of 1957, sponsored and signed the federal highway act of 1956, he balanced the budget, ended the korean war, he stood up to the USSR, just a few things he did.
  • >>Lincoln came from Illinois . Obama comes from Illinois << Obama claims he was born in Hawaii but may actually have been born in Kenya >>Lincoln was a Republican. Obama is a skinny lawyer<< Lincoln was a Republican. Obama is a Communist. >>Lincoln was in the United States military. Obama is a skinny lawyer<< Lincoln was in the United States military. Obama hates, but uses the military Nope I am not seeing it, maybe it is Obama THINKS he is one of the three greatest presidents, Lincoln was.
  • No way. He's made too many mistakes and changes that have been miserable failures. His ego is way too large. He takes too many expensive trips on the Presidential Jet. There is no worthwhile legacy he will be leaving this nation. His presidency was a huge mistake.
  • No, even LBJ was better than Obama, and that's saying something.
  • No. Obama is as great as a huge smelly communist turd, and half as useful.
  • Well...........no, he's not. He's not even in the top twenty. He's like the 44th from the top.
  • There are only two other true contenders for the title of "worst president in U.S. history": Jimmy Carter and James Buchanan. Warren G. Harding's tenure was corrupt but not disastrous, and Andrew Johnson's presidency failed because of his Southern roots and wrongful adherence to extreme states rights concepts in the aftermath of the Civil War, not because his administration effectuated any grave damage to the nation. Only Buchanan matches the record of incompetence, failure and wrongheadedness pursued by Obama. Take Jimmy Carter, for example. He was responsible for the fall of the Shah in Iran and the subsequent rise of the Ayatollahs. He emboldened the Soviets to invade Afghanistan. He oversaw the Three Mile Island incident and presided over a high unemployment rate of 7.1 percent and staggering inflation and interest rates, both of which topped 18 percent by early 1980. His presidency saw gas rationing and shortages, the surrender of the Panama Canal and the boycott of the 1980 Olympics. Pretty bad by any measure. During his entire first term, Carter's record doesn't touch the Obama administration's record in its first year and a half. Obama has already tacitly OK'd the Iranian nuclear program and derided Israel's nuclear program. He has allowed Iranian protestors to be slaughtered in the streets without so much as a peep for days on end. Obama has allowed the Russians to sponsor an uprising in Kyrgyzstan that resulted in the removal of a U.S. airbase. He has lent legitimacy to an Islamist Turkish government and sold American debt to a communist Chinese government that supports North Korea. He has presided over the largest oil spill in world history in the Gulf of Mexico and spent his efforts blaming everyone but himself. He's poised to raise our taxes at the end of the year. He's pushing for comprehensive "immigration reform" that will really act as an amnesty for illegal immigrants. He has denigrated Arizona before Mexico, bowed before the king of Saudi Arabia and the Chinese president and the Japanese emperor, hugged a Venezuelan quasi-dictator, and undermined a constitutional uprising in Honduras. He has pushed carbon taxes and gas taxes and estate taxes. He has propped up unfit mortgage borrowers and penalized those who pay their mortgage on time. He has bailed out his buddies in the banking industry and nationalized the auto and health industries for the benefit of his union friends. He has insulted the Cambridge police and defended Muslim terrorists like Maj. Nidal Hassan. He has utilized advisers who are Marxists (former Green Jobs Czar Van Jones), anti-Semites (foreign policy adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski, special adviser Samantha Power, National Security Adviser Adm. James Jones), racists (Attorney General Eric Holder), sycophantic pro-Islamists (Deputy National Security Adviser for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism John Brennan), kooks (Director of White House Office of Science and Technology John Holdren), perverts (Safe Schools Czar Kevin Jennings), and paid thugs (Rahm Emanuel). When Obama took office, the national debt was just under $10 trillion. Now it is $16.5 trillion, and by 2015, it will be at least $20 trillion. Unemployment under Obama increased to 9.7 percent, up from 7.6 percent when Bush left office. The inflation rate has yet to explode, but most economists believe it will have to unless Obama drastically raises taxes, destroying the economy even further. Carter can't touch this guy. As for Buchanan, the man was a symptom of his times -- an active supporter of admitting Kansas to the Union as a slave state and of Chief Justice Roger Taney's execrable opinion in Dred Scott. He was also responsible for a near-war in Utah against the Mormons, inflation of the currency, and the abominable state of the Union's military position at the beginning of the Civil War. It would be difficult for Obama to top this record of pure disgrace -- after all, he doesn't have to face down the internal specter of a looming war over a major moral issue like slavery, so his tenure can't be as cataclysmically destructive. But like Buchanan, he'll try to subvert American principles all the same. In short, Obama may not be the worst president in American history. But he's easily the worst American president in modern history -- and we'll have to reassess the case in 8 years, because there's no sign Obama will change his ways.
  • Barack Obama hasn't said a word about changing the Constitution to ban guns. Not a single word! Where are you getting your information? All that he has suggested is closing the loopholes so every buyer must clear a background check and expanding the already existing list of prohibited weapons to include military grade ordinance and oversized ammunition clips. This in no way changes the Constitution. The President has done fairly well in his first terms, dealing with a Congress full of extremists who were prepared to wreck the economy rather than see a Democrat get credit for any recovery. Even if he succeeds in his drive to restrain gun violence and achieves public health care and equal rights for gays and lesbians, however, he will not be in the top five in terms of great Presidents. Washington literally led us through our birth struggles and made us a nation. Tough to top that. Jefferson both continued that work and had the vision to acquire the Louisiana Purchase, without which we would not be a transcontinental nation. Andrew Jackson led the struggle against the financial interests and established a tradition of individualism that survives to this day. Lincoln held us together through civil war and left us a stronger democracy in the aftermath. Theodore Roosevelt brought forward the issues of working Americans, took America onto the world stage as a force for peace and established our National Parks and resource reserves. Franklin Roosevelt led us through the Hoover Depression and prepared us for the coming struggle for freedom while the Republican isolationists opposed his every move. Dwight Eisenhower built the interstate system that our entire economy rests on, and left us with an infrastructure the envy of every nation on the planet, nurturing the development of the working middle class. John Kennedy and Lyndon Johnson together passed the civil rights legislation that guarantees true equality for every citizen. I am now up to the point where we are too close to be truly objective in our judgement, but we have eight truly great Presidents on this list already. Barack Obama will have to be truly excellent to join these ranks, and let us hope he can. We all gain when the President achieves greatness.
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  • In his dreams...He is a good president. BUT I doubt the fact about the "greatest" president... Thought everything is possible. We'll see... But he is a pretty decent president. But not like "OMG". You get me right ?
  • No, but he won't go down as the worst either.
  • What are the consequences of homosexuality?
  • he should... but the GOP make sure only bad presidents like bush I bush II and reagan are remembered
  • definetly he shall
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  • There was this book I found once when I was on a road trip around Nevada and Arizona, it was about this woman whose baby died while she was on a cliff and she was assisted by Kokopelli (I think). Her husband was bad, blah. Then the sequel (or maybe the 3rd book in--I don't think I owned the second book) was about her daughter Antelope or something and her adventures with her blue eyed baby. Or something like that. I would appreciate it if you could tell me the books names and the author. Thank you very much (:
  • "Voice of the Eagle" by Linda Lay Shuler http://www.amazon.com/Voice-Eagle-Linda-..."From Publishers Weekly Thirteenth-century North America, where bands of Indians roam the land, again provides the backdrop in this sequel to the bestselling She Who Remembers . Kwani, a woman with compelling spiritual powers, has been driven from her Anasazi tribe and joins her mate Tolonqua's people, the Towa, in the Pueblo city of Cicuye. Over the next 20 years, Kwani survives enemy attacks, participates in rituals seeking guidance and good fortune from the deities, nurtures her spirited son Acoya and daughter Antelope, and struggles to fulfill her anointed role as She Who Remembers, the woman chosen to teach young girls the secrets of Earthmother. The author steeps her narrative in meticulously researched detail, which seems to have taken priority over the plot" The book before this is "She Who Remembers" http://www.amazon.com/She-Who-Remembers-..."Set in the American Southwest during the 13th century, Shuler's absorbing first novel portrays Kwani, an intrepid young Pueblo Indian of the Anasazi tribe whose fortitude is severely tested. The daughter of a Viking invader, Kwani is exiled from her clan because her blue eyes mark her as a witch. She is found by Kokopelli, a charismatic Toltec nobleman renowned as a magician, teacher and healer. Dazzled by his mystique, Kwani willingly accompanies Kokopelli to the Eagle Clan's encampment, where he makes her his mate, later leaving her with the tribe during his arduous winter travels. Kwani assumes the honorary title of She Who Remembers, keeper of tribal secrets and spiritual powers. Once again, however, she is accused of being a witch and is driven away just as Kokopelli returns. Together, they set off on a hazardous trek, in which they encounter other men who desire Kwani and her mystic powers. The plot sometimes moves slowly, and, aside from Kwani, the characterizations are superficial. Nevertheless, Shuler's exhaustive research lends authenticity to her vivid, fascinating descriptions of Indian society and culture"
  • I ran away with my boyfriend, was caught, then arrested. I was then sent to live in a different state with a different family other than my own. But before i left, i was supposed to show in court, and i never did. If i move back, will i have to go? and what will happen? and will i be punished for not showing up? PS I was 16 when i ran away, but now im 17. And i ran away in Arizona, and live in California.
  • You will be compelled to show up for court. Running away is a crime. And your BF and anyone who lent you aid and support committed a crime as well.
  • Both answers below are wrong. Running away is a status offense, not a crime. Were you arrested for a criminal act, or just for being a minor who had left home without permission? If you were arrested for a crime, there may or may not be a warrant for your arrest. If it was for something very minor, like jaywalking, it is possible that the court that you were supposed to go to did not issue a warrant for your arrest. If it was a more serious crime, even something like disorderly conduct, there is a good chance that they did issue a warrant. But if you were just arrested for being a runaway, there is a good chance that they did not issue a warrant for your arrest. You haven't said why you were supposed to be in court, but if it was to just formally decree that you were being placed in California, and they now know that you are with that family, no warrant or contempt citation was likely issued. You can resolve this by calling the court, and asking if there are any pending matters that you have to attend to. I'm curious as to why you were placed in a different state with a different family. Usually that happens when someone has a relative or very close friend in another state, and the family of origin is abusive or neglectful.
  • " I was then sent to live in a different state with a different family other than my own" sent by whom? " i was supposed to show in court, and i never did. If i move back, will i have to go" You have to go back to court. I don't know why you would think otherwise. "will i be punished for not showing up?" Your question should have specified why you were going to court for in the first place. What case? What was the status of your case? Many states criminalize a defendant's refusal to appear in court - they call it bail jumping (yes, even if you're not on bail).
  • Dont get me wrong I know that no matter how old we are we need, love, miss our moms. My husband has been emailing his mother on a regular basis talking nothing but crap about me. We have been married a year and have a one month old baby. Through out my pregnancy my husband had a little problem with meeting women online and texting them about sex as well as I found out he had another child that is only 6 months older then our daughter. I have tried to make things work with us and tried to accept everything for what they are. Well needless to say the mother in law is still interfering and doing everything in her power to talk about me and make me out to be the bad guy with everything. See we are in Ohio and he is from Arizona... Where I have told him I am not moving to. So of course his mom is unhappy about that. Anyways I found an email from her telling him to snatch the baby and head home to her because she misses the hell out of him. She messages me telling me if I want what is best for my daughter then I need to do as her son wishes and move home to her. My husband allows her to talk poorly of me and when I say anything about her he gets very verbal and freaks out.. I dont want my marriage to end but how do I get him to leave mommy out of our decision making?
  • I will NEVER understand WHY some mothers are so like your M-I-L. My 3 adult children all KNOW I am here for them 150% for whatever their needs be, or just to lend an ear. I could & would NEVER interfere with any of their marriages or get involved with their daily lives in an adverse way. I cannot for the life of me understand why mothers MUST interfere in their married children's lives. I love all my children's spouses & are happy for each & every one of them. I also refer to their spouses as "my children" too, that's how much I love them. I know they chose my own children to love which they all do & also know they love & care about my children as I do. Why then would I even care to interfere in their lives?! I totally believe this is done out of some jealously & selfishness on their parts. NO loving, understanding, caring, unselfish mother would do such a thing. They instead should be happy & content their child chose one who loves them & cares for/about them. Your husband is the one who is allowing this to happen. He's the only one who can put an end to it. It's NOT going to "kill" either one for him to speak up to her, let her KNOW he's happy with his wife, contented with the way you live & HE'S the one who chooses what to do, what not to do, & where HE wants to live. Possibly IF he'd go to get some counseling from Professional, that may be of help as they DO help, I've been that route many times in my past. IF it does come to a "shouting match" again over "mommy", possibly you could suggest how about we get some counseling with our "on going" problem regarding your mother. I KNOW that would be of help IF he would do it! I totally agree with you tho...all the best...:)
  • The fact that your husband is talking trash to your mom should be a huge red flag. Even if you and her don't get along, he shouldn't do that. You are supposed to be each other's biggest supporter, and he's not doing that. he's obviously cheated on you, and sounds like he's thinking about it again. He's probably talking trash about you so that when you guys split up, he can blame it all on you and he comes out looking like a darling angel to his mommy. You have more problems than just him talking to mom all the time. I say leave him.
  • I'm sorry you got a crazy mil. I felt like I was reading my own life, when I read this. I'm going through something very close to this. The fact is the women is crazy. Take your baby and leave. Let his mom, have him. Tell him to man up and be a father to the other child to. He's a loser hun he got that from he's mother.
  • Sounds like your MIL may have a bit of a problem with the whole " leave your mother and father and cleave to your wife" deal. I have been married for 6 years and a old old man told us the day of our wedding some sweet advice we took very very seriously... ready for it! ok here goes.. Never Never ever live with in 2 hours of your parents/in laws. during the 1st year of your marriage. Bible says leave and cleave for a purpose. I know for me it was the best choice I ever made in my marriage. I lived in cali and moved to NY! ok a bit extreme but it was where my hub was from. even so it was a great choice. I know you live 30 miles away but still sounds like MIL may have some issues. I would in a public place like over lunch confront MIL with your husband in person the issues and try to solve it. If nothing comes out and denies any issues then let it be and move on with your married bliss! good luck
  • Sorry Honey but your husband is horrible! First he doesn't respect you, or gives you the place that you deserve as a wife! The things you found out about him are horrible too! i know that with such a young baby it is hard, but Honey, you deserve better that him! If I was you, I would divorce. It is not easy, but seriously, what are you doing with such a man? I mean, just letting his mom talk like that of You, shows that he doesn't care that much about you! Not like if he had to abandon his mom, but wives, especially recent mom wives, are first than anything! My advice: Leave him! And take Your baby with you!
  • Dear, you've got to sit down with him and HAVE THE TALK WITH HIM. When people marry, they stop putting their parents first and put their spouses first. Once they have kids, it just doubles - spouse and kids come first before parents. You stand up to your parents for your spouse and you don't take crap from anyone about your spouse. You and your spouse make the decisions and mommy stays out of it. Have the talk with him, dear. Mommies have their place but outside of a marriage.
  • Time to boot his *** out and move on. Tell him his mommy will take him back and file for a divorce, and child support. Better get it before the other woman does!
  • oh he cheated on you but you're staying with him?? He's no good! Leave him for someone who will treat you right! you dont need this abuse.
  • I bought a stock certificate for $17 from an estate sale; the owners died and their family was selling everything in the house. The certificate is of El Fuerte Mining, Milling and Development Company bought in 1903 for 500 $1 shares. I know already that El Fuerte used to be part of Mexico before being sold to the U.S and later became part of Tucson, Arizona. I think in that region, El Fuerte was a silver mining town with gold prospects. Other than that, I cant find the company or who to ask about the stock or even if it still has value. Any suggestions?
  • He is the compliance challenge: If the certificate is not in your name, you won't be able to claim ownership. You will have to prove you bought it and have it Medallion Stamped at a bank or broker. Once that is done, you can deposit it into a brokerage account (most banks don't know how to manage money, or lend it so use a broker), then the Transfer Agent will research the cert to see if is worth anything. To my market history knowledge, 99% of all mining companies went BK by the Depression. One of the few that survived and still exist today is 3M (founded in 1902).
  • I would look for a deed and other documents in the Tuscon record clerk's office at the Courthouse. I am not sue when AZ became a state; but, I assume by 1903. Usually the Articles of Incorporation are filed in the Courthouse of the corporate headquarters and the statutory officer upon whom service of process can be served, usually the Sec. of State. I think you can have some fun with "treasure trove." The stock certificate should have some value to a local historian of the Tucson area or to the general public who collects stock certificates like some people collect baseball cards. I am not as familiar with Southwest U.S. history as an adult should be. But, I bet you that a clerk who has worked at the courthouse deed vault for 25 or so years would have some oral history on El Fuetre Mining. I would check backwards. Meaning, check with the courthouse and especially the Sec. of State's office in the capitol, Flagstaff, if memory serves. BTW: what kind of mines operate in AZ? Copper, zinc? I have grown up around nat gas and coal subsurface deeds. Again, if nothing else, you have an historical document that should be worth as much as any Diamondback baseball card. Good luck with our hunt for added value. You may be a copper baron! I assume the kids felt the certificate had no market value and the company is out of business. But, who knows if there is a successor in interest?
  • From what you are saying, it sounds like this may have been a Mexican company. Have you tried researching it from that angle? Have you tried talking to a broker about it? A good broker might be able to find out or at least tell you how to research it.
  • I'm having a little trouble with my history homework. Could you answer these two questions? :) (Fill in the blank) 1. In the early 1940s, ______ urged the Allies to invade German-held territory in Europe from the west instead of attacking German positions in North Africa. 2. The _____________ suffered the severest forms of discrimination of any ethnic group IN THE UNITED STATES (not Europe) during World War II. Thank you so much!
  • 1. In the early 1940s, Soviet Foreign Commissar Molotov urged the Allies to invade German-held territory in Europe from the west instead of attacking German positions in North Africa. "In late May when Vyacheslav M. Molotov, the Soviet Foreign Commissar, visited London to urge the early establishment of a second front in western Europe, he found Churchill noncommittal. The Prime Minister informed him that the British would not hesitate to execute a cross-Channel attack before the year was up provided it was "sound and sensible," but, he emphasized, "wars are not won by unsuccessful operations." [24] In Washington a few days later, Molotov found that a different view on SLEDGEHAMMER from the one he had encountered in London still prevailed. Roosevelt, much more optimistic than Churchill, told him that he "hoped" and "expected" the Allies to open a second front in 1942 and suggested that the Soviet Union might help its establishment by accepting a reduction in the shipment of lend-lease general supplies. [25] The conversations ended with a declaration drafted by Molotov and accepted by the President which stated that a "full understanding was reached with regard to the urgent tasks of creating a Second Front in Europe in 1942." [26] This statement, although not a definite assurance that a cross-Channel invasion would soon be launched, differed considerably from the noncommittal declarations of the Prime Minister. It clearly indicated that Washington and London were not in full accord on the strategy for 1942 and that further discussions between U.S. and British leaders were necessary to establish a firm agreement." Scroll down to Pg 180: http://www.history.army.mil/books/70-7_0...2. The Japanese Americans who had resided in California, and parts of Oregon, Washington and Arizona between March and October of 1942 suffered the severest forms of discrimination of any ethnic group IN THE UNITED STATES (not Europe) during World War II. http://www.children-of-the-camps.org/his...
  • Stalin not only urged the Allies to open a second front in Western Europe, he demanded it.Russia was hard-pressed during the German invasion - they had besieged Stalingrad and were poised to take Moscow. The Japanese were rounded up in both the US and Canada, even persons who were born in the USA and Canada. Some didn't even speak Japanese, and had never been there. This action was not taken against German or Italian people, both of which nations were technically at war with the Allies.
  • I think number 1 is the Soviet Union and number 2 is the Japanese.... The Soviets needed a second front to ease the pressure the Germans had on them and the US had internment camps for the Japanese. This is from memory though so don't take my word for it though, might want to do some research before you put it down as your answer.
  • 1. Joseph Stalin: Soviet Dictator - He was afraid of Germany taking a stronghold in the Soviet Union. I see that some people wrote "Russuia" and someone wrote "Winston Churchill". They are both wrong. It was Russia, but more specifically Joseph Stalin. That will be the correct answer for your homework. 2. Japanese
  • Hello: Try these answers: #1. Winston Churchill #2. The Japanese in America I could be wrong so research more to make sure I am correct. And, you need the citations to prove the answer anyway. Best wishes, Larry Smith Senior Master Sergeant, USAF (Ret.) First Sergeant
  • For question two, it would me the Japanese people who were sent to internment camps for now reason just because Japan attacked Pearl Harbor in Hawaii.
  • answer to #2 is the Japanese, what with the internment camps and whatnot. As for #1, I'd put my money on russia
  • 1. Josef Stalin 2. Japanese Americans
  • actually, i would think number 1 to be the italians because mussolini was attacking the land in northern africa..
  • Answer one is Russia, answer two is Japanese.
  • My teacher was going on about how we are $14 trillions in debt and it is expanding daily. It keeps getting better, and will soon be bigger than our GDP which if you know anything about economics, is not good at all. Eventually my teacher said, we will lose the trust of other countries, and they will no longer aid or lend to us. I'm suppose to go to college next year and now it doesn't seem worth it cause why would i risk getting drowned in that much debt. I'll as well as my children will be paying off Obama's mistakes and Bush's for centuries until I'm dead. That means no jobs here, no food, no water, no nothing...WERE SCREWED. We are going to collapse and thats all there is to it. How is it possible that with these three wars, the recession bad already, scarce resource how can the US pull through. HOW WILL THINGS IN THIS COUNTRY EVER RECOVER AGAIN IF WE COLLAPSE??????
  • AMERICA WILL NOT AND SHALL NOT COLLAPSE. EDIT: Inflation will drive up prices, so colleges will become greedy. jobs are going overseas, its cheap there not here. I am sorry, if you want America to rise, you'll have to be strict. The BEST SOLUTION, in my opinion i believe is lowering the standard of living. there's no other way. if American's can work at a cheap rate then the world would be other way around. instead from buying from china, world would buy from USA. Force people to start purchasing USA made products, this will make a big difference in the long run, it will definitely put people back to work and Increase our GDP. Toughen our immigration policy, increase prices on everything including greencard and citizenship. Immigrants are taking our jobs. The Arizona Immigration Law should be legal in all 50 states. Watch the banks VERY CAREFULLY, I have heard about Robosigining. These Banks cannot be trusted. There's lots you can do, I don't know what the country's future will be, but the best advise is to save as much as possible and hang on to your job with your dear life.
  • If we don't get the money for free, we'll take it by force. We have the capability, and nobody would ever stop us. The only reason we're in so much debt is that our wars are unprofitable. No empire in history has every succeed with unprofitable wars, and we'll learn our lesson or stop starting wars.
  • Look, it's not over till the fat lady sings. Though she is preparing for her first note. As of now things could go either way, but you should never put off your education for something that might not even happen.
  • It wont collapse. USA is da ****. And we have been in much worse situations. Every heard of the great depression? Was there mass murders and riots and crime and rapes and stuff? haha no. We just eventually came out of it somehow.
  • America will collapse and has started to do so. Start your own bege garden, raise chickens and pigs and you might survive.
  • COme to CANADA!! Im canadian and life is awesome. We dont owe many people any money and the grass is so much greener from this side of the fence! ..just saying...
  • Best: I would have to go with the Chargers. The roster for the Chargers is loaded with talent both offensively and defensively. It already has a talented QB, even if he makes mistakes at times, they have a decent running game, and their WR's are better than average. The defense is also decent, but could use better safeties and corners. I think if the right coach were accepted, the team could be a playoff team, since it isn't a team that needs to rebuild around key positions like QB or RB. Worst: I would have to go with the Cardinals. Although the Cardinals have a decent defense and they have Larry Fitzgerald, the worst part about the team is that there isn't a QB for the future. Kevin Kolb could have been that guy, but he's shown he isn't always reliable. Also, John Skelton and Lindley are obviously not the answer. The draft doesn't seem to lend itself to a QB at the moment, which means the team will be in further disarray unless they sign a QB out of free agency. The 2nd worst option is that of the Chiefs. They are in the same situation offensively, with almost 0 weapons to work with. Defensively they also need work.
  • Bears coaching job is probably one of the most stressful, you either win immediately or you're on the hotseat with people like that Lovie Smith troll calling for your job. Same with the Eagles. Philly isn't the nicest of sports towns. A better destination would be the Cardinals. The media won't call for you to be fired every other week. A coach/GM would have more time to structure the team the way they see fit rather than be a victim of a hasty decision. They have a better team than the Eagles, their O-Line and QB situation is what really sunk their ship this season. They will address those positions in the offseason and come back a contender for the NFC.
  • I am a Eagles Fan also this what i feel wishes to occur for us to make significant strides next yr. 1.I also am now not offered on the D's performance these final couple of games. They played the Dolphins, Jets ,and like you mentioned overrated and uninspired Cowboys offense with out Tony Romo. I love Steve Spagnolo he labored below the late quality Jim Johnson. That would be a nice match or maybe Jim Mora jr. 2.A good kick returner, it appears like every pressure the Eagles are commencing from inside their 20. Its so difficult to be a just right offense when that occurs and the exquisite factor is the Eagles nonetheless have probably the most satisfactory offenses 3.A stand out linebacker I select Manti' Teo even though we need to trade up to get him. 4.A veteran safety from price company like Laron Landry or Tyvon branch 5.A very good backup QB one that might win us four games or even a playoff game considering that it looks like Mike Vick misses a month each season. 6.Resign Evan Mathis and Desean Jackson every person says he hasn't been productive however various Lesean McCoy's success has been considering of him, in case you look at the recreation film the safeties are a while 20 even 30 yards of the ball giving Lesean a lot of open area.
  • I think the best is Buffalo. Has a lot of good, young players on both sides of the ball and is in a divison with at least 2 other teams that are still struggling to find a way to win consistently. Worst job is by far Arizona. As a franchise, they annually just don't seem to have a clue.
  • I will agree with you on the Bears and for the worst I say the poor Chiefs
  • Philadelphia is the worst! If the position was ever open then the Patriots would be the best (but Belichick won't be going for a while to come yet!)
  • I'll agree with the Bears. The overall talent level isn't terrible, although you do have elite QB Jay Cutler. Worst? Philadelphia. Why? It's PHILADELPHIA!!
  • I'm really waiting for Jason Garrett to be fired, so I can say the Cowboy coaching job. However, I doubt Jerry Jones will do what needs-to be done. But out of your list, I'd say.......the Bears.
  • Best Bears, worse probably Chargers if norv is fired
  • 1940s- A girls' father is in the war, and she is left with her mother. Her mother decides to let a friend and her daughter stay with them for a while, since the husband of that family is fighting in the war as well. I'll have the girls become friends with a hispanic girl (they're in Arizona, where the hispanics were seperated from the whites). I think i'll have the main girl fall in love as well 1960s- two girls become really good friends (one black and one white most likely). This will take place when the anti-black racism is at it's highest, with Rosa Parks and Martin Luther King and all that. The girl will end up falling in love with a black 'man' (they're both fifteen) I wanted the girl in the 40s story to fall in love with a black kid as well, but how was that viewed back then? Thanks!
  • I wrote a book of the 50s and 60s with a similar underlying theme (race relations). It was in California, and had Asian/White, Hispanic/White, and Black/White relationships in the larger community and within a group of friends, acquaintances, and social groups. It is really your choice and what interests you more. In the 40s you had the war (and internment of Japanese-Americans, for example). There is always interracial strife and "negative" identification of difference no matter what decade you choose. The issue is complex and can be viewed quite differently between your characters (a reflection in real life, even today). After you pick your decade and races (think about ethnicity also), pick an area, because although similar themes could be worked out the location is important: Region, State, City, Neighborhood, School, etc. Another caveat, you have to do research both in "actual terms" (newspapers, etc.) and fictional views (movies, novels,etc.) to lend some flavor and non-fictional credibility to your fictional themes. Anyway, good luck with your writing.
  • 40s: great expectancies (1946) 50s: woman and the Tramp (1955) 60s: Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961) 70s: Grease (1978) 80s: E.T (1982) 90s: Forrest Gump (1994) 00s: Harry Potter 10s: The Twilight Saga: Breaking first easy section a million
  • i like the first one better (in my opinion), and im pretty sure it was almost unheard of back in the 40's for a white and black couple to exist
  • i prefer your 40s one because that time, those girls look so gracefully and very sexy. they use wear bold red lipstick to look so hot. 60s, nah i dont like that style, i hate goof thingy lool i hate funky lol
  • Are you going to write the tar and featherings into the plot also?
  • Not too long, please be honest! Any pointers? THANKS!!! Arianna is a senior in high school on spring break. It took everything but she finally convinced her parents to let her go to Arizona for spring break with her 4 best friends and her class/grade. After 3 days of partying and having fun, Arianna and the rest of the school wake up in the middle of nowhere; each person getting a backpack with enough necessities to survive about 2 days in the beating hot desert. But there’s a twist, in each backpack there is a note, stating that this is a sick game/experiment concocted up from the school to see what people will do to survive. They have to kill each other, the last four standing out of about 50 win. Everyone immediately picks teams and allies. Not knowing where they are makes it impossible for escape, the only thing in sight is the desert and rain forest. Now Arianna and her friends must fight to the death, or risk dyeing from animals or hydration. The only real question is, what would you do to live? It’s either kill…… or be killed. P.S. There are going to be alot of twists this is just the main idea/gist of it.... i didnt want to give too much away (: P.P.S. Im trying to decide between the hot desert or like a snowy cold place?
  • I've never read The Hunger Games or seen Saw (not a horror movie fan at all), but I have heard quite a bit about both of them from numerous people and this summary reminds me of both. However, I think if you just changed it up a little perhaps, it could turn into a unique story. Also, I thought I'd point out that you really have quite a few spelling/grammatical errors in the summary so you might want to revise and spell check often. For example, I don't think anyone could die from hydration so I think you might mean 'dehydration.' Other than that, I might read this book if it ever got published. Best of Luck! P.P.S: A snowy cold place is more original I think but a hot desert would probably lend more to write about.
  • Yeah i love it. Kind of reminds me of the Hunger Games though. Anyway it's pretty original and sounds really cool. P.S. I think you mean dehydration, Who has ever died of hydration? P.P.S. You should go with the dry place not the snowy one.
  • It reminds me of The Hunger Games but that's probably because I'm currently reading it so it's fresh in my mind. It IS a bit like Saw. I dunno, you could make it your own I guess. EDIT: Just thought of something else. You need a REALLY good, convincing reason as to why a school would do such a thing.
  • It could be cool, just don't make it too much like the Hunger Games or Battle Royale.
  • Yeah it seems interesting though for some reason reminds me of the movie "Saw" I don't see a series though I would just make it one book.
  • I would read that Yes, the basic storyline had been done before, but if you are a good enough writer you could really make it your own.
  • Have you ever seen Saw?
  • Actually, I hate these sort of stories; they suck. However, Steven King sells plenty of books with blood & gore, so someone will like it
  • 1910 Boy Scouts of America incorporated. Angel Island, in San Francisco Bay, becomes immigration center for Asians entering U.S. 1911 First use of aircraft as offensive weapon in Turkish-Italian War. Italy defeats Turks and annexes Tripoli and Libya. Chinese Republic proclaimed after revolution overthrows Manchu dynasty. Sun Yat-sen named president. Mexican Revolution: Porfirio Diaz, president since 1877, replaced by Francisco Madero. Triangle Shirtwaist Company fire in New York; 146 killed. Amundsen reaches South Pole. Ernest Rutherford discovers the structure of the atom. Richard Strauss's Der Rosenkavalier. Irving Berlin's Alexander's Ragtime Band. 1912 Balkan Wars (1912–1913) resulting from territorial disputes: Turkey defeated by alliance of Bulgaria, Serbia, Greece, and Montenegro; London peace treaty (1913) partitions most of European Turkey among the victors. In second war (1913), Bulgaria attacks Serbia and Greece and is defeated after Romania intervenes and Turks recapture Adrianople. Titanic sinks on maiden voyage; over 1,500 drown. New Mexico and Arizona admitted as states. 1913 Suffragists demonstrate in London. Garment workers strike in New York and Boston; win pay raise and shorter hours. Henry Ford develops first moving assembly line. 16th Amendment (income tax) and 17th (popular election of U.S. senators) adopted. Bill creating U.S. Federal Reserve System becomes law. Stravinsky's The Rite of Spring. Woodrow Wilson becomes 28th U.S. president. Armory Show introduces modern art to U.S.; Duchamp's Nude Descending a Staircase shocks public. 1914 World War I begins: Austrian Archduke Francis Ferdinand and wife Sophie are assassinated; Austria declares war on Serbia, Germany on Russia and France, Britain on Germany. (For detailed chronology see, World War I.) Panama Canal officially opened. Congress sets up Federal Trade Commission, passes Clayton Antitrust Act. U.S. Marines occupy Veracruz, Mexico, intervening in civil war to protect American interests. 1915 Lusitania sunk by German submarine. Second Battle of Ypres. U.S. banks lend $500 million to France and Britain. Genocide of estimated 600,000 to 1 million Armenians by Turkish soldiers. D. W. Griffith's film Birth of a Nation. Albert Einstein's General Theory of Relativity. 1916 Congress expands armed forces. Battle of Verdun. Battle of the Somme. Tom Mooney arrested for San Francisco bombing (pardoned in 1939). Pershing fails in raid into Mexico in quest of rebel Pancho Villa. U.S. buys Virgin Islands from Denmark for $25 million. President Wilson re-elected with “he kept us out of war” slogan. “Black Tom” explosion at munitions dock in Jersey City, N.J., $40,000,000 damages; traced to German saboteurs. Margaret Sanger opens first birth control clinic. Easter Rebellion in Ireland put down by British troops. Jeannette Rankin becomes first woman elected to Congress. 1917 First U.S. combat troops in France as U.S. declares war on Germany (April 6). Third Battle of Ypres. Russian Revolution of 1917—climax of long unrest under czars. February Revolution—Nicholas II forced to abdicate, liberal government created. Kerensky becomes prime minister and forms provisional government (July). In October Revolution, Bolsheviks seize power in armed coup d'état led by Lenin and Trotsky. Kerensky flees. Balfour Declaration promises Jewish homeland in Palestine. U.S. declares war on Austria-Hungary (Dec. 7). Armistice between new Russian Bolshevik government and Germans (Dec. 15). Sigmund Freud's Introduction to Psychoanalysis. 1918 Russian revolutionaries execute the former czar and his family. Russian Civil War between Reds (Bolsheviks) and Whites (anti-Bolsheviks); Reds win in 1920. Allied troops (U.S., British, French) intervene (March); leave in 1919. Second Battle of the Marne (July–Aug.) German Kaiser abdicates (Nov.); hostilities cease on the Western Front. Japanese hold Vladivostok until 1922. Worldwide influenza epidemic strikes; by 1920, nearly 20 million are dead. In U.S. alone, 500,000 perish. 1919 Third International (Comintern) establishes Soviet control over international Communist movements. Paris peace conference. Versailles Treaty, incorporating Woodrow Wilson's draft Covenant of League of Nations, signed by Allies and Germany; rejected by U.S. Senate. Congress formally ends war in 1921. 18th (Prohibition) Amendment adopted. Alcock and Brown make first trans-Atlantic nonstop flight. Mahatma Gandhi initiates satyagraha (“truth force”) campaigns, beginning his nonviolent resistance movement against British rule in India.
  • 1907- Steeplechase Park on Coney Island, New York burned. The owner George Tilyou rebuilt it
  • On 30 May 1914, The ocean liner RMS Aquitania entered service for Cunard. Some call her the most beautiful liner ever built.
  • 1907: Oklahoma became a state
  • 1920 - The 19th Amendment is passed, allowing women in the U.S. to vote.
  • A small war.
  • I need some help fixing my pathetic website. When viewed in Chrome, the graphic is all screwy and the count-down timer at the bottom doesn't appear. When viewed in IE8, a "permit active x" type box appears at the top, scaring away my visitors. Also, some weird writing: 猼牣灩⁴慬杮慵敧✽慪慶捳楲瑰‧牳㵣栧瑴獰⼺愯㈱愮灬慨潤慭湩敳癲捩獥挮浯栯獯楴杮慟... (to be exact) appears at the bottom of the page. Please tell me how to get fix any or all of these things. Thank you. www.electjohn.us
  • OUCH!!! "Optimized for IE8" it says. So, what you're saying is you don't care that of 5 out of 10 people who visit your site can't see it correctly? Now THAT'S a slap in the old Voter Face if I ever saw one! (sorry for being brutal, but - honesty hurts!) Your biggest problem is: You're using Microsoft Word as your HTML editor. Yeah, I know Word saves it as HTML, but it uses "Microsoft HTML" not "World Wide Web Consortium" standards HTML (ref: w3.org). I have dozens of suggestions for the remaining issues I see - so I've already answered the question you asked, you can stop here! Unless you're curious. Blind people aren't going to hate you, but they aren't going to love you either. Images don't have descriptive ALT tags. Blind people are going to hear: IMAGE: "AnimUSAFlag.gif" and IMAGE: "AnimUSAFlag.gif." because that's what Word put in the ALT tags. Since the waving flags offer nothing of use, when you use your NEW editor, make the ALT tags empty (e.g. alt="" ) and the screen reader will skip them. You (like so many) have a one-dimensional mind when it comes to web pages. Break your site up into sections, each section becomes a link to a one-topic page. I see the question: "Are you qualified for the office that you are running for?" Change it to: "What makes you qualified to hold the office of Constable?" Your page reads like a resume. Yeah, you ARE trying to get a job as Constable. But here's a suggestion... take all that "I worked hard as" and "some of the schools I attended" stuff and do two things with them... #1 - make the a bullet list under the heading Qualifications. For example (I'm going to use periods in place of spaces, since Yahoo strips leading spaces from posts): * Education ... o Eastern Arizona College ... o Chandler-Gilbert Community College ... o Rio Salado College ... o etc, etc, etc * Qualifications ... o Registered Officer of the Maricopa County Superior Court since 2004 ... o Licensed process server for over 6 years ... o etc, etc, etc * Commitments to My Constituents ... o Increasing accountability ... o Decreasing response time ... o etc, etc, etc #2 - Take that Eagle Scout stuff, get someone with a cheap video camera and knows how to use YouTube, and create an interview. Get a cute guy/gal (EITHER - but attractive) aspiring news anchor from your local high school to interview you. Put the video up on YouTube, and embed the video on your site (instructions are available on YouTube. I wish you the best of luck in you pursuit of office. If I ever need a constable, I'll give ya a call! But seriously, you need someone with Web knowledge to help - I'm SURE there's someone who's going to vote for you that would be willing to lend you a hand!
  • The anti-Bush platform is an convenient strategy to compress a few problems into one brief message. People indignant approximately the economic climate, the struggle in Iraq, gasoline expenses, and meant Republican corruption are all indignant to 1 volume or an extra on the President. By utilising the anti-Bush message, Democrats surround each and every of those problems that they consider they may be able to win with. It's less expensive, and to a distinct volume just a little lazy, however the public does recognize a practical mesage.
  • That page was made with MS word: Not a good idea at all... Take 20 minutes to learn some basic HTML and 10 to change the page and you can up the quality of your web page dramatically... You could also use a community site like facebook myspace or twitter to give a more professional look to things with less work...
  • Personal experience please, best holsters, preferred holsters (i.e. IWB, shoulder, etc.) Tell me how you carry/conceal, how much of a burgen it is or isn't to carry a 40oz weapon. None of those retards trying to circumvent the question by saying I should just get a compact, or some other crappy plastic pistol. Their is a reason I am getting an m1911 .45, full size. I have made my decision.
  • I have been carrying a 1911 as my concealed carry pistol for about 20 years now. I am actually on my third 1911, all three of which are custom tuned Colts. For more than 10 years I was carrying every day in Arizona with shorts and a t shirt in the summer. I am 6' tall and 160 lbs and have never had any dificulty concealing a 1911. I have only used two types of holsters, the Milt Sparks Executive Companion, and the Galco NSA. Bothe are IWB holsters that put the pistol just behind your hip. For a belt, I have generally used the Wilderness Products Instructor Belt or one of the Galco reinforced dress belts. A good holster and belt combo is critical to carrying a gun. The must hold the pistol securely and correctly. The Uncle Mike's and other brands of nylon holsters simply will not do. A sturdy belt made to hold he weight of a gun is just as important. It has to hold the holster securely to your body. A well made 1911 is very accurate and a joy to shoot. (I regularly practice on 8" steel plates at 100 yards, typically getting 7-8 hits out of 10 shots offhand). The thin profile lends itself to easy concealement and the single action c0cked and locked carry mode gives you a fast and accurate good shot. But then I am a little biased, I knew Jeff Cooper and spent 5 years working at Gunsite.
  • Depends on several factors: Your size and bulk; can you wear cold climate clothing inconspicuously? The full-size 1911 isn't particularly difficult to carry concealed. I am bulky enough to conceal my Glock Model 20 10mm under a T-shirt in an IWB holster. The old slab-sides 1911 is of slimmer profile therefore easier to conceal. A factor could be fatigue. A full-size handgun like the 1911, Glock full-size or say a S&W .357 Mag. just gets awfully heavy at the end of the day! Bianci, ELITE (Trademark of holster), Galco and Don Hume all make quality IWB holsters. I use a Don Hume leather holster for my Model 20, an ELITE nylon IWB holster or a Galco horsehide IWB holster for my 1911 .38 Super and a Bianci IWB holster for my Colt Python. NOTE: My apologies to eferrel, I accidently hit the thumbs down rather then thumbs up! Good reply eferrel! H
  • I conceal and carry a full size Colt Series 80 1911 several times per week. I'm short, and kind of round, so IWB holsters are a bit uncomfortable for me, especially with longer barrel lengths. My two primary holsters are a Ross belt-slide style, and a Ross leather paddle-style. Both are OWB holsters. I end up having to wear a covering garment, usually a Hawaiian-style shirt. With a sturdy belt and a good holster, the weight of the pistol, plus two spare magazines, isn't really noticeable to me. The biggest issue I have concealing big automatics (I also carry a Smith & Wesson 1006 at times) is related to the gun digging into my side when I sit in some chairs or cars.
  • You get what you pay for. Kimber is overpriced? Tell that to the many people who own them and love them. The features, fit and finish, and overall quality of a Kimber are higher than, say, a Rock Island Arms 1911. The first 1911 I shot was a Para, and I wasn't impressed at all. Then I shot my friend's Kimber, and it was the difference between night and day. Oh, and you can get a 10 round magazine for a 1911, if you don't mind it sticking out the grip a little farther than normal. And honestly, if you just want more recoil, a .45 ACP isn't really the way to go. I've had a hard time telling the difference in recoil between a 9mm Parabellum and a .45 ACP. Honestly, the difference isn't all that much. If you want more recoil, go with a .44 Magnum or such. But if you want something other than a 1911, try going to a gun shop and looking at the Glock, S&W, Ruger, and Springfield offerings. Gun choice is an extremely personal thing, so what fits our hands, budgets, and preference may well be totally different than what fits yours.
  • Naturally the larger weapon is more difficult to conceal but if open carry is legal where you live, occasionally being 'made' shouldn't be a problem. I've seen the 1911 concealed with inside waist band holster but those never look comfortable to me. When the weather is cool, a good shoulder holster would probably work well. I carried a sub-compact XD that way and it was comfortable.
  • I won't insist you go compact. HeII, you can stick a Smith and Wesson .500 Magnum in your pants if that's what you want! In the Army, we (as tank crewmen) were issued shoulder holsters, keeping the pistol under the left arm. This is the most comfortable way I've experienced to carry a large pistol. I also live in Colorado where heavy coats are common and concealment of large weapons is easier under heavy clothing. In the warmer months, about your only option is an IWB, and I gotta tell ya, a 1911 is a lot to hide under thin clothes. Wear shirts that are loose enough to hide the outline and you should be OK. A good belt will definitely be needed to keep your pants up reliably. Wouldn't do to have a wardrobe malfunction, would it?
  • Josh, If you have a good holster and a good belt, pay attention to the way you move and give a bit of thought to how you dress, you can conceal a 20" barreled lever-action rifle. A Government Model will be a piece of cake. With a good holster and a properly fitting belt it won't be a burden at al. With a cheap holster and a crummy soft belt it will pull, sag, and beat you half to death. You will have to decide what sort of holster you want. Some folks like shoulder holsters. In over 30 years of searching I've yet to find one comfortable for me. If you are slim built an Inside-the-Waist-Band Holster might be a good choice. A sparks Summer Special or a Simply Rugged Cuda holster would be among the best choices. Personally I prefer a strong-side belt holster, I'm too damned fat to wear an IWB holster in comfort. Again Simply Rugged GunLeather makes a great pancake holster than I highly recommend. Pay close attention to your belt. Be sure it is a heavy leather belt of a width that just barely passes through the belt slots or tunnel of your holster. Trash any plastic, canvas, braided or horsehair belts, they will allow your pistol to wiggle and give it away. This time of year is no challenge for a pistol packer. i've literally concealed a rifle in cold weather clothing. This time of year your biggest problem would be getting to your holster without having to remove three layers of clothes. That really slows a draw. For milder weather you can still pack a Government Model with no problem. it simply requiress a bit of attention to detail. If you are wearing a jacket or sport coat, no problem, unless the Boss says, "Take your jackets off and get comfortable fellas we are going to be here for quite a while." That can get rather embarrassing. In hot weather and casual attire, you will need a shirt that doesn't have to be tucked. I generally wear Guyabera shirts during the long hot Southern Summers. Just remember to buy your shirts a size or two larger than normal. A closely fitting shirt will print your pistol and give you away in aheartbeatt. Photographer vests have also been popular with pistol packers for a long time. Long enough in fact that if cops spot a guy wearing a photographer vest without lots of camera equipment they figure he's packing iron and investigate. If you are like most gun cranks you will eventually end up with a box full of different styles and brands of holsters that you've tried and put aside over the course of a few decades. Just keep trying until you find the holster or holsters that fit your needs and life-style. Now a bit of advise on how to move. 1 - Never reach for anything on a top shelf with the hand on the side you holster is on, Raising your arm will lift your cover garment and expose your pistol to view. 2 -- Likewise never bend over at the waist to get something off a low shelf or off the ground. Again the bending will lift your cover garment and expose your pistol. In stead, kneel on your gun-side knee and get whatever you need. 3 -- Be careful how you sit, especially in a hard-backed bench or chair. If you simply plop down without a thought or care in the world your gun-butt can cause a loud "Thunk" as it hits the hard surface. Don't ask how I know the "THUNK" of a Colt .45's butt hitting the bench of a hamburger joint will silence even a crowd of noisy kids and teens. 4 -- Most importantly follow your Mom's instructions, "Don't fidget and pull at your clothes!" Constantly fiddling about and pulling down your shirt tail or jacket is a dead giveaway that you are hiding something. These are just the bare-bones basics. iI could talk for hours or write for pages but I don't have the time or patience to do it right now, and you'd probably get bored reading it. Study these basic principles, buy good gunleather, use good sense and you won't have any problems. I will be honest with you Josh, I'm no great fan of semi-automatic pistols. I very much prefer revolvers. But the only big bore center-fire pistol I own is a Colt M-1911 variant. If I buy another flat-gun, it will probably be another M-1911 of some sort. Don't let them put Old ?Slabsides down, it is almost as good as the legends make it out to be. one more thing, a good M-1911 doesn't need any fancy-pants bells ans whistles designed by the damned gamers to be a good defensive pistol. If it feeds reliably leave it factory stock, the way the God Lord and John Browning intended it to be. Good Shooting, Doc Hudson
  • The best holster for me has been the paddle holster for the XD, I carry a witness P in .45 and changed a little bit of the XD shape to fit my CZ clone, like your 1911 it is a heavy pistol loaded with 9 rounds. I've tried at least 5 different holsters and the paddle type has the best fit for me. also the XD mag. holster works for my magazines (double stack) Unlike my pistol you have many options, I was actually able to bring my pistol into a gun store and try lot of different holsters and then to the owners dismay I liked the XD paddle he had buckets of for ten bucks a piece. if your able to, take it in and give some a test drive, these things can get expensive so chose wisely, everybody is shaped differently and you may get lucky like me and find one for cheep that fits you well, or be the unlucky type and the only one you fit to is the two hundred dollar model. best of luck! hope I helped a little and don't be afraid to think out of the box.
  • I carry a full size 1911 every day concealed. I wear it in a pancake holster on my right side(strong side) with an un-tucked shirt or jacket(depending on what time of the year in Ohio). Never really had a problem. A good belt makes all the difference in the world.
  • It is a great gun but it was not designed for concealed carry. The full size 1911 was designed as a holster gun. Also to be ready to fire, you have to carry it ****** and locked. Since you have your mind made up, I would suggest you do something about that spur hammer. It is going to get caught on your clothing if you carry it concealed. If you are going to carry it with a round in the chamber and the hammer down, at least get a Series 80 or other model that has a firing pin block. Then practice a lot on cocking it fast as it is not a double action gun, (which is why ****** and locked is how you usually carry it.) Lastly, never let anyone get within arms reach. Like most auto loaders, if they can knock the slide back even a quarter inch, it will be out of battery and will not fire. If they manage to get a grip on it, you can fire it once and it will not reload. I have always felt a gun that has external moving parts are too easy for someone to put out of action if they get their hands on it. What would make a really good concealed carry gun is one that has an action like an AR, with all the moving parts inside where no one can get their hands on it and prevent it from functioning.
  • I'm 17. I'll be 18 next June. I currently live in New Jersey. My boyfriend that I've known for 2 years lives in Washington State. I'm planning on seeing him next june. I graduate highschool in June aswell. I'm kind of stressing out. I want to move there and be with him. We've been talking about it for the past couple of weeks. He's the first person I've actually thought about my future with. He lives in Renton. I'm not sure If i want to start College. There is a great Vet Tech college 8 mins away from his house. Theres apartment complex's about 5 mins away from him aswell. He says if I get an apartment, he will live with me. He's a year older than me, but he's a grade below me. I'm not sure what to do. If i should graduate highschool and just work for a straight year until I have enough money to rent an apartment when I'm 19. I don't want to go to school here and have to wait till I'm 20 to move there. The sooner, the better. I've been telling him that he needs to be completely serious about this because it's my future. He says he's never been so certain in his life about anything. That he wants to be with me and wants me there. We've been together for about 3 months, but we've been bestfriends for 2 years. I'm just scared and not sure what to do. If I'm able to afford a $935 apartment. It's just scary and I'm stressing out not knowing what to do.
  • He said he would move in and help out. He currently doesn't have a job, but he's going to get one soon. The reason why I'm moving out there is because I know a bunch of his real life friends aswell and I'm pretty good friends with them. Espically one in particular. He's a grade below me because he had extreme family issues where he moved around a lot and missed a lot of school. I'm going to pay for the apartment, and he will pitch in.
  • If you're serious about this question, please read my entire answer. I moved from my hometown in Illinois out to Arizona when I was 17. If I didn't have an aunt to help me out when I needed it, I probably would have ended up homeless. I don't want you to make the same mistakes I did. Make for SURE, I mean 100% POSITIVE that you are capable of living on your own. If you go out there reliant on him to help you with this, and he flakes out and screws you over, it will be your fault for not taking care of yourself. If that means taking a year off and saving up, take a year off. It that means taking two years off and saving up, take two years off. Don't let your emotions cause you to go there unprepared, because I can guarantee you any angst for wanting to leave now will be nothing, I repeat NOTHING, compared to the crushing depression of being in an unfamiliar city on your own, broke, and with nowhere to go. When you do go out, don't find an apartment yourself and just let him move in and "help out" with rent. Get BOTH your names on a lease so he is legally required to pay rent and/or fees for violating a lease agreement. I don't care how serious he thinks he is, or says he is, and neither should you. This is your life we're talking about. If you protecting yourself offends him or bothers him, he isn't worth your time. My suggestions for preparing yourself to move out: 1. Have a bank account with checking and savings accounts. If you don't already have one, I'll plug Charles Schwab. My mom works there, they offer a lot of services like investing as well. Also they reimburse you for ATM fees, so you can use any ATM basically for free. Their customer service is awesome, and they won't screw you over like I've had other banks do to me (cough cough Wells Fargo). 2. Build up credit. If your parents can help you get a credit card, do that, if not you might have to use a secured credit card. Many banks offer free financial advise, call your bank and see. Good credit means easier, more affordable access to cash should you need it. 3. If you want to have a car while there, have it ready now, and make sure it will last. Have it looked over by a mechanic, and do any repairs and/or maintenance it needs now or might need in the near future BEFORE going out there. Late-model cars are expensive but sometimes still covered by warranties. That's a big plus. 4. Be emotionally ready. Only you can figure out what this entails for you. Are you ready to leave behind your hometown, your friends, your family, your old life? Now is not the time to take things for granted, make sure you know what you;re leaving behind because you may never get it back. 5. Know what it means to live on your own. Can you feed yourself, can you manage a household for yourself, can you hold down a job, can you manage to pay bills on time, set financial priorities, and live within your means? If you have any doubt about these things, you have to figure it out before you leave. If you have any questions, feel free to email me. I'll be glad to lend you advice.
  • Did this boyfriend move out there? Or is this a long distance relationship? I agree with if he said "if you get an apartment - he will move in with you" is a big red flag. So where's the plan on who is going to pay for it? Sorry to say - but a year older than you and a year under in school is another red flag. Why is he not in the grade he should be in? Does he have a job? If this is a long distance relationship and you have never actually met the guy - then you need to step back and rethink all of it. People you have never met can say whatever they want over the internet. So get the rosy glow off your eyes and think reasonably and logically. There is nothing wrong with having things in order before one starts out living with someone. Like who is paying for what. It will get very old after awhile for you to pay for everything while some guy just "lives with you". Sorry if it sounds like money comes first. But the reality of life should - and that is a reality. Listen to everything Ice in the Desert has to say.
  • First of all Renton it's okay for apt price, but Seattle is a bit expensive. Now the other thing you will be coming to the nw on your own not knowing anybody but him. So I suggest you work and save up if you really want to do this. You may want to live with him and be with him but just wait. Like you said it's your future. Just wait or tell him to get an apt and a job also have him do or get an apt or job to make you more comfortable. I really suggest you wait until you graduate and work and save money just in case things don't go well.
  • " He says if I get an apartment, he will live with me." Not that h4e'll split the cost, but he'll live with you. Doesn't that raise any red flags? Really? If he's so serious about al this, why doesn't HE move to where YOU live?
  • Neither of you are financially or emotionally ready for "moving out." You may not see that now, but trust me, you will in time. Stay at home and finish high school. As you say, this is your future - don't mess it up.
  • 3 months is way too short of a time to figure out if you can live together let alone be in a relationship. if you are smart you will get into a college here and live at home while you get your degree then persue a relationship
  • On June 11, 2005, Tyson stunned the boxing world by quitting before the start of the seventh round in a close bout against journeyman Kevin McBride. After losing the third of his last four fights, Tyson said he would quit boxing because he hasn't "got the fighting guts or the heart anymore." (BBC Sport). Tyson has stayed in the limelight by promoting various websites and companies. In April 2005, he joined a group of strippers on the roof of a strip club in New York to promote skill gaming site FortuneFun.com. Tyson has also endorsed online gaming site Casino Fortune and previously lent his name to a popular Nintendo game, Mike Tyson's Punch Out!!. In June 2004, sportswriter Max Kellerman suggested that Tyson should move out of boxing and into product endorsement, as this had worked well for former boxer George Foreman. In the past Tyson had shunned endorsements, accusing other athletes of putting on a false front to obtain them. On the front page of USA Today on June 3, 2005, Tyson was quoted as saying: "My whole life has been a waste - I've been a failure." He continued: "I just want to escape. I'm really embarrassed with myself and my life. I want to be a missionary. I think I could do that while keeping my dignity without letting people know they chased me out of the country. I want to get this part of my life over as soon as possible. In this country nothing good is going to come of me. People put me so high; I wanted to tear that image down." Tyson now spends much of his time tending to his coop of around 350 pigeons in Phoenix, Arizona. He shares his house with his pug, Meatball. He has signed on as a referee for mixed martial arts bouts with British MMA organization World Cage Fighting Championship. As of May 24, 2006, Mike Tyson was in negotiations with Bob Arum to accept a commentating position with Top Rank Inc. Tyson has reputedly expressed great interest in getting behind the mic, and is widely expected to be ringside for the Rahman Vs Maskaev II fight. Arum is quoted, "We're looking forward to having him on board, nobody will dispute his knowledge and I think he's going to make the most of this opportunity."
  • HE DID RETIRE BUT FIGHTERS STOP FIGHTING WHEN THEY GET PUT IN A COMA YOU CANT TELL A FIGHTER THAT HE AINT GOTIT ANYMORE TYSON SHOULD NOT BE ALLOWED 2 FIGHT ANYMORE EVERYONE GOT HIS NUMBER LATELY HE HAS TAKEN SO MANY COMBOS HIS HEAD LOOKS LIKE A SAFE.
  • yeah, but he may come back, I mean look at Holyfield, he said he retired and now he's 43 going against Jeremy Bates
  • No, it's just that he is licensed to box in only a few states. He'll be back, because he needs money and there isn't much else he can do.
  • I think so especially after his last few performances in the ring. I don't think he has the heart or discipline anymore.
  • Tell him to fight B-Hop and then let him retire.
  • Who gives a **** screw him
  • These names are not my favorites, nor or they ones I would ever consider using, they're entirely random. boys name: Barrett is pronounced BEHR-it and it means bear strength in French and means argument in English. It's currently ranked at #567 in the top 1000 boys names and its most popular year was 1981 at #506. girls name: Victoire is pronounced veek-TWAH and it means victor in French and has never been ranked in the top 1000 girls names. Here are the questions: 1. What is your opinion on these names? 2. What would nicknames and/or middle names would you use for these names? 3. Which would you use to describe: i. dislike it, ii. not bad, iii. ok iv. like it, v. love it 4. What kind of person do these names put to mind? 5. Do you know anyone with these names? (description if yes) 6. Any stories/history you have on these names. By the way, since many seem to want to know, this is for a potential baby name book or blog. Thanks!! (Please answer all questions!! Best answer will go to whoever gives most detail!!)
  • Barrett is seriously cool. Victoire is - - - - um - - - so - - - French. Barrett – nickname Bare – middle name Barrett Gaines Victoire – nickname Vickie – middle name Victoire Melisande Barrett – iv - - - Victoire – iii Barrett is an honors student in his senior year of high school who loves baseball – both playing and watching. He is a good-looking young man, dark blonde hair with red highlights and pretty eyes that are mosaics of blue and green. He has a beautiful smile with perfect white teeth. He’s a little shorter than average, but not much. He’s extremely well-presented. He has a gregarious nature and enjoys a large circle of friends. He has a steady girlfriend; her friends are jealous of how he treats her. His parents own a real estate firm. Victoire is preparing for her doctoral in Art History at Paris-La Sorbonne. She is dressed in black, as always. It suits her light complexion, gray eyes, high cheek bones, and long brown hair. She’s six feet tall and weighs little more than a model. She loves antique jewelry, especially her rocaille three pearl earrings. Her father owns a tabac in the walled medieval village of Saint Malo where she was born and raised, perhaps the birthplace of her love affair with art as well. I do not think I’ve ever met anyone with either of these names. Two cases have been decided by the U.S. Supreme Court that involve the name Barrett, one in California and the other in South Carolina. There are few fictional Barretts, including one in a song called “Barretts’ Privateers”. There is a Barrett Honors College at Arizona State University. There are several U.S. based companies named Barrett. There are several locations in the U.S. named Barrett, including a town not far from me. There are also many communes (villages) in France that are called Barret (one “t” in France), each identified by its region, such as Barret-de-Lioure. There is a U.S. based weapons company named Barrett, not to be confused with the Beretta weapons. Barrett's esophagus (British English: oesophagus) (sometimes called Barrett's syndrome, CELLO—columnar epithelium lined lower oesophagus) refers to an abnormal change (metaplasia) in the cells of the inferior portion of the esophagus. I mention this only because it’s believed to be caused by acid reflux, a common complaint in the U.S. There are so many notable people with the surname of Barrett, but I found none with the given name of Barrett. Victoire, the French equivalent of Victoria, lends its name to a French film, a municipality in Haiti, an annual award to the best French singers, and a magnificent building near Paris that is similar to the Royal Crescent in Bath, Somerset, England. Victoire is a given name shared by a 19th century French feminist, a French actress, an 18th century French princess, and to a fictional character in the Harry Potter series. I really like Barrett. My husband is part French and would adore the name Victoire Melisande.
  • Hi there, 1. What is your opinion on these names? Love Barrett, not so keen on the girls name =) 2. What would nicknames and/or middle names would you use for these names? Barrett James, Barrett Smith for middle name. Barry? Batt? Veetie? Veet? 3. Which would you use to describe: i. dislike it, ii. not bad, iii. ok iv. like it, v. love it Barrett = v Victoire= i 4. What kind of person do these names put to mind? Barrett, very smooth and sophisticated. Victoire seems too harsh for a baby girl, not very feminine. 5. Do you know anyone with these names? (description if yes) Barrett, is a friends last name and we usually call him by that instead of first name. Has a nice ring to it =) 6. Any stories/history you have on these names. Sorry can't help with the last question. Good luck on the name searching! But remember it's what you like that matters, not anyone else's opinion.
  • 1. What is your opinion on these names? = alternative 2. What would nicknames and/or middle names would you use for these names? = berry & vicky 3. Which would you use to describe: i. dislike it, ii. not bad, iii. ok iv. like it, v. love it = ok 4. What kind of person do these names put to mind? = somebody who didn't want to give their child a generic name. ie, alternative. 5. Do you know anyone with these names? (description if yes) = no, i have never heard of them untill now. 6. Any stories/history you have on these names. = Barrett is used more as a surname and is incidently also the name given to a type of gun. Victoire was the name of a french princess who was alive between 1733-1799. she was married to louis the 15th.
  • 1. What is your opinion on these names? Uncommon, (ive never heard of them) but they are unique and unique is beauitful 2. What would nicknames and/or middle names would you use for these names? Barry, and Viki or Vik 3. Which would you use to describe: i. dislike it, ii. not bad, iii. ok iv. like it, v. love it Barry:iii (sounds very odd but still cute) Viki: v (i like the unique-ness in this name) 4. What kind of person do these names put to mind? B: Large, Masculane, Tough person (:D) V: hood girl (no offence. I like the name its just the name sounds like a girl from the hood) (sorry) 5. Do you know anyone with these names? (description if yes) Nope 6. Any stories/history you have on these names. Not that I know of.
  • Well, you'd need a Centrist Party to do that. Let me take our example from Canada, and apply it to the good old USA. In the USA, the Republicans are the Rightist party. This would correspond to one of the Conservative parties in Canada. (We've had several variations over the last 17 or so years, ever since Brian Mulroney destroyed the old, and great, original Conservative party of Diefenbaker - who himself, due to the Avro Arrow scandal, was as you know, literally a traitor to Canada - though at great benefit to the USA.) Meanwhile, the Democrats are the Leftist party, though certainly much less to the left than the Canadian New Democratic Party (NDP). Now, we, in Canada, generally take the third option: A Centrist party. In Canada, that is the Liberal Party. (...before Chretien and Martin sank it via financial scandal - the Quebec Referendum thing.) Now, what would be needed in the USA, is either a true Leftist party, or a true Centrist party. I honestly think, that based on my 10 years of life in the USA in Arizona, that a true Leftist party, a la NDP, would not go over very well in the USA. I also base this on the cureent news that I follow from the USA. Thus, you would be stuck with trying to form a Centrist US party. In Canada, the Liberals did this by having a very broad centrist viewpoint of politics: Their policies encompassed ideas that would be considered very left or Democrat in origin, AS WELL AS policies that would be considered fairly right, or "mild Republican" in nature. And they embraced everything in between. You could not call it the Liberal Party. That word will not sell in the USA. You'd have to call it something like "The All American Party". Your problem, is that the USA, increasingly, over the last decade, has become very polarized. The states are either blue, or red, and nothing in between. But, if you could start such a party, I think the best place to start would be in California, assuming you could avoid the "California Kook" association. You would then have to grow the party eastwards. You'd be stealing votes from the Democrats, and the "soft" Republican states. I wish you luck, because, while I cannot call myself a true Canadian Liberal, I think that a good strong Centrist Party would be a good thing for America. Could they win an election? Possibly not from a Presidential viewpoint - at least not for a number of years. But they could capture significant seats in Congress, and in the Senate. And this could be a good thing. The reason we have several parties, any of which could win in Canada, is because of our British Parliamentary type system. The US system, does not, unfortunately, lend itself well to a multi-party system.... You'd have to dismantle the Electoral College for one thing, and make the President directly elected ONLY by the popular vote. No super-delegates, or any of that stuff. A true examination of this topic is beyond the scope of this answer. We'd be talking about a book being needed to to the idea justice. Perhaps you and your friends will do the R&D, do the door to door work, start such a party, and in the end save the USA, and maybe the world at the same time.... It's not a small job... but it is a laudable goal. Clearly, something is needed. If the American ship of state cannot be righted, then I see very bad times for Spaceship Earth. Good Luck!
  • Vote YOUR mind and your conscience. You do not have to vote for one of the two major parties. Both parties work together to tell you that a vote for a third party is like throwing your vote away. This is not true. Vote in your local elections. They are not as glamourous but can be decided by a few votes. Read Jefferson, Madison, Lincoln, Reagan. All believed in small government and individual responsibility. As long as individuals refuse to think, our government will spiral out of control.
  • Anytime... as soon as a third party candidate comes up with ENOUGH support from voters, he/she will be elected. The media favors what is reality. And of course, reality makes a LOT of people angry. That is their issue.
  • its not the media attention. we can elect someone of another party such as Green or Independent when a majority of voters agree with the policies of the third-party candidate.
  • When another party has enough members and can carry the number of votes necessary to get elected.
  • When the U.S. tax paying citizens finally realize neither of these parties are what we need. Without media coverage it is difficult but not impossible. It would take work from the supporters to do what the media should do.
  • It's whoever can get their name out there best. Democrats and Republicans are the most well known so they're going to get more funding and be able to put their names out there faster and more efficiently.
  • Mainstream media won't speak of other parties because they won't get ratings. Only small channels or independant radio will speak of anyone else, although their not likely to win anytime soon.
  • Money.Both sides work to keep the federal reserve going. Ron Paul wanted to get rid of it.
  • Never, unless the system changes.
  • first people look at the BP spill and say that its Obama's fault. They blame him for everything from not acting fast enough to passing the rigs security measures. Then people blame Obama for throwing money at the spill and not finding any solution. Now people are going after his speech where he tells people BP is going to pay for the spill and they are working to make sure this does not happen again. I feel bad for the guy so here is my question: what do you want from him? (In regards to BP...I know everyone who would most likely respond to this would like him to resign)
  • I am getting really tired of the lame excuses that the liberals are using to defend Obama. Bush was lambasted because of Katrina, you can tell when a hurricane is coming but you do not know exactly where it is headed until it gets closer but event then it can change course. Bush called then governor Kathleen Blanco 3 days before Katrina hit land, offered assistance and was told that they already been in contact with the DoD and everything was being taken care of. The DoD established "coordinating offices" in Florida, Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana over Friday and Saturday, August 26 and 27. JTF headquarters was established in Mississippi, "with a forward cell of the 5th United States Army in Louisiana." JTF-Katrina itself was established on Sunday, August 28, with Lt. Gen. Honoré as task force commander. Bush was informed at 4:00 pm the day before the hurricane hit that it was still on course for New Orleans. Bush made his first public announcement on the Wednesday after the hurricane hit, 2 days. Yes Blanco did call the president again and told him we need everything you have, it takes a little time to deliver the resources to deal with 80,000 people. Mayor Ray Nagin left countless school buses parked rather than to use them for evacuations as he should have. Now we have the oil spill, while this is not Obama's fault, he did not cause the oil spill but it is his responsibility to make sure that it is cleaned up. It was on the 37th day that Obama even acknowledged the oil spill and then states that "He has been involved since day 1" But consider the timing of his announcement. His announcement came on the day that BP had said that they were going to put this giant valve over the leak Look at some of the criticisms of Bush, he went to Arizona to celebrate McCains birthday, he then traveled to California to give a speech and then he went to Texas for his final day of vacation. What was Obama doing during the 37 days before he made his first public speech about the oil spill? It goes beyond all of this. What was Obama's reaction to the Harvard professor when the police asked him for his identification after he broke into his house? Obviously the police have no idea whose house it was but what did Obama say? He blasted the cops for doing such a thing. What did Obama say after the Muslim Army officer killed the soldiers at Fort Hood ? He said "Don't jump to any conclusions" What did Obama do when he was notified of the attempted bombing of the Delta Airlines plane on December 25, 2009? He didn't do anything and did not say anything for 3 days. Tomorrow marks day 57 since the oil spill started and Obama is FINALLY going to talk to the CEO of BP I see you added a note to Anthony, let me address that as well. It is true that the conservatives have been blaming him for his spending. Not all spending is bad and in many cases such as a disaster it is necessary. I can not think of a single fiscally conservative person that would object to spending money to help stop this oil spill. On the contrary this oil spill is costing us million of $ in terms of lost wages and productivity. I find it amazing though that as large as he has swelled the government that they have not yet lent a hand and in fact have been stonewalling Louisiana request to build barriers. My desire for Obama to resign is not based on what he has failed to do in regards to BP, it is that he has proven that he is incapable of handling the job. During the campaign's I remember in one of the presidential debates Hillary Clinton asked "When the phone rings at 3 in the morning, who do you want to answer the phone" She said that she was ready to answer the phone now, she even said that John McCain was ready, her remarks were aimed right between the eyes of Barrack H. Obama @Ice Cold True, the US Coast Guard showed up, to look for survivors, not much else, they did hang around trying to figure out how bad the oil spill was. The Coast Guard responds to any situation along the coastal region of the US. Apparently they were doing their job. It took Bush 2 days after Katrina to make a public announcement. Obama took 37 days. I think that you are in error in regards to the people in the Superdome, they were SURPRISED by the number of people that were left stranded. I place the blame on Ray Nagin, he was the Mayor, the man in charge and the man who had the responsibility to insure the safety of the people. Every bus used for public transportation was used, why weren't he school buses also used. Yes, you have a warning when a hurricane is coming BUT a majority of the deaths were due to the break in the levies. Once the levies were breached the city became flooded, is it Bush's fault that the levies failed at less than 80% of the engineering specifications, resulting in the complete flooding of the city? Is waiting 57 days to even speak to the CEO reasonable? I would have been having weekly meetings with him to discuss progress and options. While the liberals claim he was on the job from day 1, the appearance he has given with the waiting game strongly suggest otherwise. Hey, it is not just the conservatives that are pissed off, read this article from ABC (aka Always Been Communist) http://abcnews.go.com/GMA/Politics/bp-oi...
  • well, you're not the only one..........I am thinking of just leaving this site, because there really isn't any actual intelligent debate going on here. It's just endless yapping and Obama Bashing from the right. All they do is spread falsehoods, lies and hate. Liberals did NOT blame Obama for Katrina. It was a hurricane. Hardly his fault. He was criticized and rightly so, for standing there and saying on tv, that he did not KNOW people were trapped in the Superdome, 4 days after the fact! CNN had been showing live coverage of bodies floating in the streets, and running stories on the rapes happening.......and that moron stood there and Patted Brownie on the back, and said he did a GOOD job. (as NO HELP, as still NOT arrived at the Superdome yet, after 4 DAYS. of DIRE situation. By contrast, Obama was on the OIL SPILL crisis from DAY ONE. Equipment and ships were sent.......reactions, were geared to what BP >>said<< was happening. He had no way of knowing that BP was lying their asses off at THAT point. They deployed booms, sent fire fighting ships, used the USNavy.......and threw all they had at it. You can't stand there, and say he didn't respond. Yes, he did. And if the OIL company couldn't cap it after two months........what was OBAMA suppose to do............swim down there and stick his finger in the hole? Comparing the two is apples and oranges, and republicans trying to say the two are the same, are just liars and being purposely FOOLISH. Reaction time and response is where the comparsion lays, and Obama beat Bush by a mile. all the yapping to the contrary is just that..............yapping.
  • Same Here!!! I'm NEVER tired. I always stay up late and not even feel slightly tired. And whenever I stay up hecka late like 3 pm, I end up waking like at 7:30 to 8:00 am. I work out often too, and I'm not a hyper type of person.
  • People are ridiculous? Elizabeth Hasslebeck complains all the time about Obama too. Let's face it, the army corps of engineers were never trained to plug a hole in an oil pipline that is more than a mile down. This isn't Obama's fault as engineers have and always were trained for fixing infrastructure damage as a result of natural disasters. Fixing bridges, levees, dams, etc. are what they are trained for. They've never been trained for something like this and it is stupid to even ask government why they can't plug the hole. No administration has ever decided to train the army corps of engineers for something like this--not the Bush administration, the Clinton administration, the Reagan, Carter, Ford administrations either. So to claim that government now should have an answer to solve it is preposterous. Maybe now government should train the engineers for future instances similar to this, but that is only now since no prior administration ever decided to train the Army corps of engineers for something of this magnitude. That's why BP has to solve it and not government!!!! Besides, if the pipeline explosion occurred during any prior administration, I guarantee the spill would be equally as big and last as long since no one in government was trained on how to fix a pipeline more than a mile beneath the ocean surface.
  • Obama is like the too late person to arrive at a party and he is expected to clean up the messes that he did not make... Where is Dick Cheney? Did he disappear like Al Gore did after Global Warming was determined to be over rated? Get used to Obama taking this blame... Could you imagine Sarah Palin dealing with this? She might have shot the CEO of BP a long time ago...
  • Gee, kinda sounds like liberals during Katrina doesn't it? Maybe liberals should find out the truth before they spew garbage from their mouth. The spill is BP's fault, the lack of response is squarely in Obama's shoulders. Period, end of argument
  • I do not want President Obama to resign. I want him to find out who did what and when the well started to leak and why. I want him to put his thumb on MMS just like he did with Homeland Security when they were letting important Information slip through the cracks.
  • I find it funny that the same people that want smaller government are complaining about government not helping fast enough when BP should fix their own spill and prove that we don`t need big government.
  • Canyon Ranch Lenox, Mass. By Matt Morgan Canyon Ranch® is a watershed for lifestyle change, signaling the start of a person’s dedication to total body wellness. This above all is what sets apart the Ranch from other facilities of its kind, and lends further proof why its health resorts—in Lenox, Mass., and Tucson, Ariz.—rate near the top of U.S. destination resorts and spas year after year. Changing Lives Lenox was “discovered” in the 19th century as a retreat for wealthy Bostonians and New Yorkers. Set in the Berkshires countryside, it once served as inspiration for author Nathaniel Hawthorne. Since 1989, Canyon Ranch in the Berkshires has strived to treat its guests like the privileged residents who have called the area home. For evidence, one has to look no further than the spa. The 100,000-sqaure-foot spa complex has a fitness center with six gyms; weight-training rooms; an indoor pool; courts for tennis racquetball and basketball; an indoor running track; and men’s and women’s locker facilities with steam rooms, sauna, cold dip and whirlpools. All that is to say nothing of the 30 treatments rooms—22 massage treatment rooms for mud, salt and wet treatments, and eight dual-purpose treatment rooms for skincare and bodycare. Nearly 300 professionals are on staff at the Canyon Ranch spa to serve the 200 or so guests who visit each day. There are massage therapists trained in traditional massage, stone massage, shiatsu and Thai—“even neuromuscular massage therapists work with chronic pain issues and body alignment,” says Simon Marxer, spa director. “We have estheticians who of course offer facials and body-treatment services. We have outdoor sports guides. We have a number of certified fitness instructors who lead our classes and offer private consultation.” The spa has a number of popular signature treatments. The Canyon Stone Massage (75 minutes, $175) is one of the most requested treatments. The Canyon Ranch Anti-Aging Facial (50 minutes, $135) was introduced in November 2003 and incorporates the resort’s signature line of skincare products. The Canyon Stone Pedicure (80 minutes, $115) is another sought-after service. Other featured treatments include the new Rainforest Wrapture (45 minutes, $125), which uses a honey propolis from the rainforest. “It’s been a huge hit for us,” Marxer says. Thai Massage (100 minutes, $210) is popular, as is the Gentleman’s Facial (50 minutes, $95). The two-hour EuphoriaSM treatment (100 minutes, $230) incorporates aromatherapy with body treatment and massage, Marxer says. In order to keep with spa trends, Canyon Ranch conceptualizes about 10 to 15 new treatments per year that are incorporated into the menus at all properties. In addition to the Lenox and Tucson health resorts, there are SpaClubs at The Venetian in Las Vegas, at the Gaylord Palms Resort in Kissimmee, Fla., and aboard the Queen Mary 2. An exciting development at the Ranch was the formation of a line of signature products in February 2004. The new anti-aging products help integrate the spa with the health and healing concepts at the resort. “We try to encourage prevention over all else,” he says. “We look to aid in regeneration of one’s skin cells.” Canyon Ranch’s own Science of the Skin line incorporates Pro-NAD compounds that were developed at the University of Arizona. The formula works on the cellular level to regenerate healthy skin cells. Another new line of cleansers, moisturizers and eye creams called Nutrition of the Skin is based on the nutritional principles of skin’s needs. Besides its own line, the spa offers a selection of top-line retail products including DDF (Doctor’s Dermatologic Formula), Laura Mercier cosmetics, Kérastase hair treatments, Phytomer, and a number of smaller lines that are consistent with the resort’s philosophy, Marxer says. Beyond The Spa The spa is just one facet of Canyon Ranch in the Berkshires. The facility has centers for sport and fitness, spiritual awareness, and health and healing. The total package is what makes the resort so special. “We really try to integrate the entire Canyon Ranch experience and the spa experience into one whole experience,” Marxer says. “No one area can address someone’s health and lifestyle needs. We endeavor to address those needs in all areas, from our health and healing areas to our spa areas.” The catchphrase at Canyon Ranch is “lifestyle change.” Guests come to the Lenox resort seeking to better themselves. This is accomplished through a combination of relaxing spa treatments, wise nutritional choices and healthy exercise regimens. “I think what distinguishes us is the integration of all of our programming,” Marxer says. “Individuals can begin their days with a seven o’clock walk, go to a healthy, enjoyable, tasty meal—that reinforces the nutritional choices that our nutritionists or their physicians have advocated—and go and work on stretching or meditation that perhaps their exercise physiologist has recommended for them. It allows for an environment where individuals can come and be educated and supported in their goals for better living. That is a unique experience.” There always is something to do at Canyon Ranch. In fact, at any hour, there are seven or eight activities from which to choose, Marxer says, including lectures, workshops, classes or spa services. “You can pick and choose resorts to find different parts of Canyon Ranch, but it appears nobody else has integrated it all,” he says. Bringing It All Home Resort staff work with guests to change their lifestyle in one of two main ways: through relaxation and education. “Relaxation is one of the most important aspects of what we offer,” he says. “It’s an important component to stress management.” Education is vital because guests can understand how what they’re doing is helping them change, and can use the information after they’ve left the Ranch. “The guests who get the most out of their Canyon Ranch experience are the guests who take home the most,” Marxer says. “That really is paramount to our philosophy. It’s extremely important that folks are able to take home their experience here and make it work in their everyday lives. Anyone can be relaxed at a resort. But to be relaxed and to make a lifestyle change at home is really the test of the product that we offer.”
  • I would interpret "current aspects" as the current situation. BUT... What are we talking about when we say Canyon Ranch Spa? The corporation? A specific spa that is part of the group? And in what class were you asked these questions? The answer will not be marked "current aspects". You have to identify those with regards to the current direction of your class study.
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  • I cannot tell you about college credits. In the civilian world operating and maintaining ROV's may get you started with Oceaneering or something similar. You may work towards other advanced robotics as well such as lunar or Mars rovers. There is R&D work being done towards EOD drones and police, fire, and rescue drones. SWAT teams are operating drones and they will need maintenance, too. Some of the knowledge you acquire may lend itself towards other oilfield engineering specialties, too. Plus you are still dealing with basic general and advanced aeronautics. Lots of potential in that direction, too. Sounds like a good MOS to me.
  • There are not a lot of civilian jobs. You will get 40 credit hours for the Shadow 200 course from Cochise College at FT. Huachuca AZ.
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  • It depends on where you live. If you are in a "community-property state" (Arizona, California, Idaho, Louisiana, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, Washington, or Wisconsin) debt acquired during the marriage (as opposed to debt acquired prior to the marriage) is owned jointly by both spouses and is divided upon divorce, annulment or death. Joint ownership is automatically presumed by law, unless there is specific evidence that would point to a contrary conclusion for a particular debt. If you live in a community property state (listed above), both spouses are held accountable for any and all debts acquired during the marriage, even if the account was is listed exclusively in one spouse's name. If you do not live in one of the above states then the debt is solely yours and would not affect him if he is not on the account. Where this could affect you both is if you have any other joint accounts. Banks periodically run credit on the customers they lend to, and if credit declined since the initial credit line was opened, they may revoke credit, lower limits, raise rates, etc.. Also if you were to get any joint loans at a later date, the lower credit of one spouse would affect the other. I hope this helps.. good luck to you both!
  • It depends what the state law is in the state you live in. In some states, any debt that one spouse incurs automatically belongs to both spouses, regardless of if they are listed on the account or not. Some states rule that if accounts are separate, debts are separate too. You need to do research on your particular state.
  • It depends on if you are in a community property state or not. If you are yes, debt just as community as assets are.
  • If these debts are incurred while you are married, then your husband is liable for them as well as you.
  • No. Although that will not stop the creditors from trying to collect from him for you.
  • Only if his name was on it too!
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  • I need a little help from the women of the world. Every time I've gone shopping with my girlfriend she has always taken time to look for shoes that she likes. She has a very specific shoe in mind and she can never quite find the right pair. I'm trying to surprise her with them, but I'm finding it very difficult to find just the right ones, and I know to her every detail is important. This is what I know as far as the specifics go. -heels -a color that I can't name but to me it seems light pinkish, and I believe it falls under the beige family of colors. -closed toes that are squared. I'm not sure if that's what it's called but she doesn't want the rounded or pointed toes. -I'm not sure what the material is called, but it's the smooth, shiny stuff. (Sorry if there is more than one smooth shiny material) As you can tell I'm not great at this but it means a lot to me to get this right. If anyone knows of shoes like this, would you please post the link? Also, can anyone tell me a good website or store that would be in Arizona where I can look for these shoes. Or is there any way to get shoes custom-made that doesn't cost too much? (I'm a college student, so I'm hoping I won't need to spend $500 to get these, although if you have found them at any price I would still appreciate it if you posted the link. Thank you so, so much for any help I get. Like I said this means a lot to me. :) p.s. if anyone has an idea of what that color might be called would you let me know? and if you need any more details please ask and I'll do my best to figure it out : )
  • The black patent leather (sometimes referred to as 'snip-toed') pumps are v-e-r-y cute. There isn't a woman in the world that would NOT like/love them. You're looking for: Nude/Sand patent leather, snip-toed, low platform with 5 inch heel pumps. The color you're looking for (has been popular and very 'in' for at least 1 1/2 yrs now) is either referred to as "flesh", "nude", "sand", "tan~taupe" or very light tan. Patent leather is the ultra shiny (almost wet look). Shoes are (generally) a difficult purchase for one to gift another, since all shoes should be tried on by the would-be wearer, to make sure of fit and comfort. If you DO end up buying a pair of shoes, I would recommend buying them at a local dept. store w/a decent return/exchange policy. There's nothing worse than when someone has gifted you something that has to be exchanged (or just won't work for whatever reason)..but they feel the need to hide the fact to the gifter (for fear they will offend him/her). If it's a local dept. store and she could easily take them in, herself..and exchange/return them (if need be), it would be far less of a hassle than trying to do this online. (it isn't that online sales don't ever grant returns/exchanges but that starts to get tricky) as it would be on your credit card..and she would have to do all of this with your billing info vs. her own. Far be it from me to look a gift horse in the mouth (and if it sounds as if I or any other woman would be ungrateful for a wonderful gift..it isn't TRUE!) but facts are facts. Returning an item that for all intent and purpose SHOULD BE tried on before buying..and trying to land on the proper fit..deal with online sales or sales personnel re: an exchange is a whole lot of work, time, and even in the best of situations, can be extremely nerve wracking. If she doesn't want to hurt your feelings by exchanging ill-fitting, gifted shoes = will make her feel uncomfortable. You don't want that. A large dept store (such as Nordstrom, Macy's, Bloomingdale's, Neiman Marcus, Sacks 5th Avenue, or even other larger department stores like JC Penney's, Sears, etc. (maybe even Target) will have lower priced versions of the shoe in question. If you go with her, she tries them on..decides she loves them..and you quickly sprint over to the register and pay for them..THAT would be the best gift, ever for her. The good thing about that particular shoe (design, heel height, the nude patent leather color) have been popular for a while now = all of the other shoe manufacturers copying the original design. While Christian Louboutin, and Jimmy Choo make these shoes..at this point in time, so do many other shoe manufacturers out there = find-able at many stores. Jessica Simpson, Steve Madden, Nine West, etc..will all have a version of this pump. I KNOW Macy's, Nordstrom, Bloomingdale's and Nordstrom have them. That extremely shiny surface doesn't lend itself to stretching. If it's too small, it will STAY too small,(in most cases). That black pump is available in the nude/sand color and in case you're wondering..that IS what she is describing. The current version of the flat-toe shoe for women does have that slightly squared off toe. Some are snipped at the tip (revealing a tiny peek at a couple of toes) and the other (closed-toe versions) are exactly like the black one. It's what would be called a "moderate" platform. it isn't at all extreme or "too much" = tacky or tarted up (as other extreme platforms and heels can appear to be). Those are more refined and beautiful. You were wondering if those were squared enough and that IS what the updated, current square toe pump looks like. BUT they have to fit properly. Most females walk with a semi-Frankenstein-esque gate whilst wearing ultra high platforms/heels. Ever see Victoria Beckham walk when in very high heels..? She's trying to tiptoe past the annoying paparazzi..and (looks as if) she's fearful of toppling over in the shuffle. It makes everyone cringe to see anyone struggling with their shoes in that manner. Cracking an ankle for the sake of fashion is a no-no. I recommend going with her and being the dutiful bf, who sits, patiently..with a pleasant look on your face and a couple of chilled bottles of water in a tote bag..so you can watch her try on shoe after shoe (until she lands on the "right" pair). Tell her she looks gorgeous in ALL of them and remind her (periodically) how important it is that they be comfortable as well as cute. As soon as she smiles and says "I LOVE these"; scurry over and pay for them before she gets to the register. (Sales associates love it when men do this and will gladly swipe YOUR card vs. hers). They will likely hand over their business card for any/all future shopping needs. You're a very sweet bf and honestly..it IS the thought that counts..it really is. So many bf's just wouldn't even TRY to locate the perfect shoe for their gf. Well done.
  • Julianne Moore Moore who was nominated in the best supporting actress category should have showed up in something befitting of her work. Instead she chooses a hot pink Lanvin gown that was sleeveless on one side and had an oddly shaped sleeve on the other arm. http://www.christianlouboutinbest.com Published by Lauren Finnegan I am a parent to a wonderful baby boy, and wife to a military man.
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  • I don't have any direct experience with a ticket for speeding where my license plate was recorded and I received a ticket. It would be my guess that before your jurisdiction went to that way of giving tickets, it was written into the law that the car owner is ultimately responsible. Around here, it has been that way for years with parking tickets. Regardless of who parked the car, the owner is ultimately responsible to pay. I think it is the same in places where they photograph the license plates of people going through a toll booth without paying. The owner is responsible for the fine. Unless the person who was driving will agree to go to court with you and admit to being the driver, I'm afraid you are just stuck with the fine. If you were provided with some sort of form to fill out if you were not the driver, then I'd either try to find out the speeder's address or else just put down his/her last address that you know. I would expect that if you knew the person well enough to lend him/her your car, you would know how to find the person if the car had not been returned! Good luck!
  • The ticket is the responsibility of the owner which means you.
  • Of course you have to pay. Otherwise everyone would claim I didn't know who was driving. The ticket is your responsibility...
  • your car your ticket, and i would never let others drive my car unless i know them real well.
  • Homer Smith is an itinerant handyman/jack-of-all-trades who stops at a farm in the Arizona desert to see what is happening at the farm since there is no man around. The farm is run by a group of German nuns. He is persuaded to do a small roofing repair by Mother Maria. He stays overnight, believing that he will be paid in the morning. He tries to persuade Mother Maria by quoting a bible verse but Mother Maria responds with a verse saying, Look at the lilies of the field, they continue to appear beautiful even though they get no payment. The bloom is to honor God, but not to get paid for their work. In fact, the nuns have no money and subsist only by living off the land, on what vegetables the arid climate provides, and some milk and eggs. Even after being stalled/stonewalled when asking for payment, and after being persuaded to stay for a meal, and against his better judgement, Smith agrees to stay another day to help them with other small jobs, always with the faint hope that Mother Maria Marthe, the head nun (called "Mother Maria" and played by Lilia Skala in the film) will settle with him. As Smith's strength and many construction skills, and tools, are revealed to the small order of nuns as he finishes the repairs needed, they come to believe that he has been sent by God to help them in their dream of building a chapel for the nearby townsfolk. Soon, the weekend is upon them, and Smith offers to give the nuns a ride to Sunday service so they do not have to make the long trip on foot as they usually are required to do. He is invited to attend the Catholic mass, but he declines because he is a Baptist. Instead, he takes the opportunity to get proper breakfast fare from the service station/cafe/store adjacent to where the religious service is held. In talking to the proprietor Juan (Stanley Adams), Smith learns about the hardships that the nuns, led by the unyielding Mother Maria, overcame in order to emigrate from Eastern Europe -- over the Berlin Wall -- only to barely scratch out a meager living on the farm that was willed to their order. Despite the unlikelihood of his ever getting paid for his work and partly out of respect for all the order has overcome, Smith stays longer and finds himself driven to work further on at least clearing the construction site for the chapel. He rationalizes that it would be too hard for the women of the order to move the heavy beams and so he is willing to do at least this much for them. At one point, after losing a Bible-quoting duel with Mother Maria where he attempted to prove the point that she should settle with him, he confesses that he had always wanted to be an architect, but couldn't afford the schooling, and this impels him to finally agree to undertake the job of building them a chapel. To earn money to buy some "real food" to supplement the spartan diet the nuns are able to provide him, Smith gets a part-time job with the nearby construction contractor, Mr. Ashton (director Ralph Nelson, uncredited), who is impressed that Smith can handle nearly every manner of heavy equipment he owns. To pass the evenings, Smith teaches the nuns some basic English and even joins them in singing. They share their different musical traditions with one another: their Catholic chants and his Baptist hymns. At one point, he sings the song "Amen" by Jester Hairston, which was dubbed by Hairston. Smith, determined that the building will be constructed to the highest standards, insists that work be done by him and only him. As word spreads about the endeavor, locals begin to show up to give materials and to help in construction, but Smith rebuffs all offers of assistance in the labor. After a long interval of Smith gaining a larger and larger audience for his efforts, the locals, impressed with his determination, but no less dogged than he, will content themselves no longer with just watching but find minuscule ways to lend a hand which cannot be easily turned down - the lifting of a bucket or brick to an elevated Smith, for example. Once the process is in motion, they end up doing as they intended and as Smith tried in vain to resist, assisting in every aspect of the construction in addition to contributing materials. This greatly accelerates the progress, much to the delight of everyone but Smith. Even Ashton, who had long ignored Mother Maria's pleas, finds an excuse to deliver some more materials, and almost overnight, Smith finds that he's become a building foreman and contractor. Enduring the hassles of coordinating the work of so many, the constant disputes with Mother Maria, and the trial of getting enough materials for the building, Smith brings the chapel, finally, to completion. The evening before the Sunday when the chapel is to be dedicated arrives. All the work has been done and Smith is exhausted. Unintentionally, as part of a sentence Smith uses to help teach Mother Maria more English, she thanks Smith. Up until that moment, it had been
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