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  • Few landlords will turn down 1 years rent upfront. Do yu have this much cash?
  • You would have to find a rental and make an application to rent. You might find properties to rent by googling property managers, followed by the city and state in which you would be interested in renting. Several sites would pop up. You might consider calling all as most would have different rentals. You would also find property managers listed in your telephone book. Some might refer you to a web site where you might also find an application. Some might send you a list of propeerties they have available or in some cases they might give you an adress where you would obtain a listing of their rentals as well as a rental application. Once you have located a place contact the property manager to complete the rental application, follwed by the rental agreement. You would be told of the financial requirements prior to completion of the rental application. I hope this has been of some benefit to you, good luck. "FIGHT ON"
  • You apply like everyone else with the owner/landlord.
  • I agree with you, pot should never have been banned in the first place. There really is no good reason it should be illegal. It was banned for totally political reasons. The reason it's -still- illegal is because no politician wants to go out on a limb and propose re-legalizing it because he knows he'll immediately be labeled 'soft on drugs' by his opposition. This is why medical marijuana didn't come down from above, from politicians and state legislatures, but up from below, in ballot initiatives. All real change comes up from the people, not down from leaders. Leaders have too much invested in the status quo. If we were smart, we'd let California legalize pot and leave them alone to see if all the bad things happen that are predicted by anti-drug forces. See if there's a spike in DUIs, more school dropouts, more unplanned pregnancies, grade-school kids showing up stoned, or a rise in narcotic addiction because of the 'gateway effect'. If not, then we could start legalizing it elsewhere. If so, then we know the good people of California (there must be some!) brought this on themselves. My guess is that you wouldn't see any of this stuff, and that's why the anti-drug people don't want pot legalized, even if it's the will of the people. It's looking like the proposition might well pass. To me, the question is: What then? Several large cities and counties in the state announced a long time ago that they wouldn't waste scarce law enforcement resources in chasing 'casual' pot users. Obama has promised he won't use federal forces to fight medical marijuana in states that have allowed it. To me, the question is whether this 'benign neglect' will extend to 'recreational' pot, to really give it a fair trial. Pot has gotten a lot more expensive and a lot stronger in the last 30 years. This is a direct result of laws and enforcement against it. If it was legalized, we'd see people growing it for themselves (the stuff is VERY easy to grow! It's not called 'weed' for nothing!) and I suspect it would get weaker and cheaper, like it was in the '60s and '70s. I think that alone would be a good result, worth legalizing it. Pot is the biggest 'cash crop' in California, a state with a huge agricultural base, as it is in the US as a whole. Legalizing it would deal a severe blow to organized crime, just as ending Prohibition did. Legalizing pot across the US would almost have a better effect on Mexico than on the US!
  • It's long overdue, there are no logical counterpoints towards keeping it illegal. What people forget when they argue why they don't like marijuana, they forget it's usage includes criminal penalties. They forget drinking alcohol and consuming tobacco can have equal if not worse effects, you can enjoy these substances with no fear of criminal recourse. They can't put 2 +2 together because they think their personal opinion warrants it continually carrying a criminal penalty. We're all aware marijuana is bad for you, once you get past this you need to look at the bigger picture. I could go down a list of legal substances that are bad for you, that's not a reason for keeping it illegal.
  • Marijuana should be legal. But it is still illegal under federal law. If Proposition 19 passes, the federal government will intervene. Sad But True.
  • I agree. The "war on drugs" is a massive failure, yet we waste $40 billion every year fighting it. The marijuana prohibition *doesn't* stop people using marijuana so whatever harm marijuana causes is with us today and always will be. It's way easier to stop stores selling something than it is to stop people using it, but creating zero legal supply amid massive and unrelenting demand is a recipe for disaster! $113 BILLION is spent on marijuana every year in the U.S. and because of the prohibition every dollar goes straight into the hands of criminals. WE are responsible for the empowerment of the cartels in Mexico, and WE are responsible for the murders they're committing. We need to email our legislators and tell them to end the prohibition!
  • And I can't find a reason that it should be legal that can't be ripped apart, other than because the government shouldn't tell me what I can put in my body and what i cannot. I don't buy any of the pseudo-science that both sides spew. The facts can be twisted around anyway you want them to be. "It's a gateway drug." So is breathing then. "It's safer than alcohol." Anything you smoke is not going to be safe, and is a carcinogen. And so on.
  • Also... If we pass Prop 19 we will be putting local Marijuana dealers & street gangs out of business and we as a state will collect the funding. Also we can hurt the mexican drug cartles finacally. Stop terrorist Funding! Stop deforestation because "the hemp plant is more useful for paper than cutting down trees!!!!!!" The Hemp Plant makes Clothing The Hemp plant makes THC FREE cooking oil which is a whole lot more heatlyer than olive oil! Stop Wastful spending! Stop putting Marijuana user in Jail/ Prison Stop ruining their lives by giving them a criminal record! Give local police more time to focus on Important Crimes! Any more to add here? Anyone?! I could sit here all day telling you reasons to VOTE YES ON 19
  • Yes! I don’t smoke, but I definitely think it should be legal, provided that it is regulated like alcohol (no minors, and no driving). It makes absolutely no sense that cannabis is illegal while alcohol and tobacco (both of which are MORE harmful and MORE addictive) are legal. Legalization would: - Create thousands of (legal, income-tax paying) jobs - Devastate drug cartels, which would suddenly be without their most profitable product (and 75% of their income) - As you said, it would provide an enormous windfall for the government, which would bring in billions in taxes and SAVE billions more on law enforcement (ending Prohibition played a big part in getting the U.S. out of the Great Depression) - Allow police, courts and prisons to focus their resources on DANGEROUS criminals, rather than harmless potheads The more taxes the pot smokers have to pay, the less the rest of us will have to pay – everybody wins!
  • ‎10s of millions in tax revenue? Hundreds of jobs created? Reliable pain relief for the suffering? Cut off funding to violent drug cartels across our border who currently generate 60 percent of their revenue from the illegal U.S. marijuana market? Put our police priorities where they belong, by ending the arrests of non-violent cannabis consumers, saving hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars a year and enabling police to focus on violent crime? There's nothing more to say People: IT'S TIME! vote yes! and end the maddness. This will only HELP california.
  • Those are very great reasons. Also: In this country, it used to be perfectly legal, but big businesses saw the danger hemp was to their companys, so they spread lies making it a crime to have anything to do with cannabis, thus starting the cannabis prohibition which is still going on today. What you need to know is prohibition doesn't lower crime, it creates it. Alcohol prohibition caused crime lords like Al Capone to florish and many people died. Now the problem with cannabis prohibition is the mexican drug war. Cannabis makes 60% of the drug cartels profits due to the fact that they can smuggle and sell it in America. Making cannabis legal would strongly weaken these cartels, and make something legal that is less harmful to you then alcohol, tobacco, or even pharmacueticals you get from your doctor. It is not a gateway drug, that is a lie spread by anti cannabis people. Saying it leads to harder drugs is a faulty argument. Its like saying that all alcoholics drank milk first, so milk must be a gateway drug. Also, it does not kill braincells. The government did a study on monkeys forcing cannabis smoke into their lungs with masks and they lost braincells due to the lack of oxygen. If cannabis is sold in stores, it will be harder for children to get ahold of it. I'm positive a drug dealer won't care how old the person buying drugs is. Prohibition doesn't work, and never will, not for ANY drug. People can abuse any substance, any thing for that matter. People can eat to many hamburgers and die from obesity, should we make Mcdonalds illegal? Hundreds of thousends of people die each year from cigarette use, do you know how many people die from Cananbis use? None. There are no long term effects. This prohibition does not make sense, and will do nothing but help the state, and hopefully will be legal under federal law soon and stop useless spending and deaths. If a man wants to smoke a joint after work, what harm is it causin you? My 2 cence.
  • nope...medical cannabis,,,,,,sure,,,,watch frauders, lawyers,quack doctors screw medicare and taxpayers with bogus patients,defendants who had dope in the course of a crime commission get sprung because pee dees find dope as either not a factor or contributory in the goofs actions,,,,see this clown at a seven eleven near you,,,,,watchit,he might snatch yer purse,,,or steal yer kids book bag for dope money,,,or worse,,,,child predators likr the stuff too,,,,,,,80 % of middle school kiddies have messed w alcohol,prescrption pills,,,,more dope available=greater availability of the stuff,,,,,9 and ten year olds will find it easier to get hooch. you and yer colleagues in the leftist apparatus I hope experience the pols tossed out from cals county,state,and city govts,school boards,,,,,,,what the hell ya want more taxes for???? cal needs water to areas that grew fruit,and maybe bring back thousands of jobs to the valley it needs lower taxes,,,,and govt gumshoes laid off the taxpayers are worn out fed up,and left anorexic and hollowed eyed like yer mirecat/ prairie dog avatar
  • no. all California needs is more Hop heads driving down the road
  • Yes!
  • they could get the money from other ways. Legalizing pot just makes more potheads.
  • does anyone know any information about receiving cash aid assistance for one child then becoming pregnant with another but if the second child is conceived after being on aid for 10 months the mother wont be able to receive any cash aid for the second child? i have heard this through 2 ppl but not found any documents stating its truth.
  • If you're receiving cash aid now you should have a case worker you can call to ask this question.
  • Your public library (but not in cash-strapped California) may have a subscription to Ancestry. There are some records from some counties and years here: https://www.familysearch.org/Someone at an FHC may have a subscription and be willing to look for you. Ancestry stays in business by paying people to transcribe records, then selling subscriptions. They have more records than anyone else. If you could get the same data for free elsewhere, Ancestry would go out of business. If the omelet fairy gave everyone a free breakfast every morning, Denny's would go out of business.
  • Ancestry.com offers free access to United States Census records from 1790 to 1930 census by way of Census Research for Genealogists. (2008). United States Federal Census. Public libraries and academic libraries even in cash-strapped California provide access to United States Census records.
  • Search on free census records. Here is one site. http://www.censusfinder.com/
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  • Crazy Old Soldier - Johnny Cash Hotel California - Eagles
  • Earlier than 2000? Certain! The Cranberries - Linger. Spin doctors - Two Princess. Crazy town - Butterfly. New Radicals - mother We just are not able to Get adequate. Spice girl - Two emerge as one. Radiohead - Creep. All Eminem songs, Daft Punk, Radiohead, Bjork! :)
  • Show Me The Meaning of Being Lonely- Backstreet Boys
  • Come All Ye by Fairport Convention OR Legs by PJ Harvey
  • I was born in 1966. Most of the songs I like best came out last century.
  • New York New York,lol only one really that comes to mind,never cared for Frank.
  • Summer Madness by Kool and the Gang
  • Man in the Mirror-Michael Jackson
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  • Velvet Underground - "Venus in Furs"
  • Not sure the cash output. My s-i-l has a rig and runs for a small trucking firm. Send me an e-mail with your phone number and name. I will have Jerry call you to dicuss this option.
  • My father has a serious heart condition and he urgently needs medical care. We live in the Northern California in the USA, but unfortunately, I am a student (so I have no money) and he is a minister (so he has no money or health coverage) and we live in a lower-tier nieghborhood (so we can't really ask our friends or the church for money). Last time we went to the doctor, the doctor basically told him to go home, write his will, and prepare for the next life. However, I was reading on my father's condition (congestive heart failure). It appears that there are several treatments available.The problem is, we don't have much money. Does anybody know who or where we can go? Any ideas for funding? Ideas for any local health care alternatives? I can't seem to find anything on the web, and my friends don't know about this kind of stuff. Please help!
  • How much cash are you looking for? I'm sorry I don't have much that I can offer, but what about fundraisers? Maybe you could get some of the local businesses to donate things you can raffle or sell off. Other than that if we can get things changed maybe getting the public option passed will benefit your father. Good luck with you and your family, -Alex-
  • you can call the american heart association in your area and tell about the situation and they will be able to direct you. Good Luck hope this helps.
  • You can get cash back in California if the balance is $10 or less. You also have the option to use it at the following on-line stores: "Banana Republic GiftCards can be redeemed online at BananaRepublic.com, gap.com, oldnavy.com, , and piperlime.com" If you want to sell or trade your gift card, visit Star Gift Card Exchange at http://www.stargiftcardexchange.comGood luck!
  • technically of course, it's not meant for that but do folks do that sometimes....YES!
  • very interesting question
  • Maybe so
  • Silver coins as cash as the paper currency in the east US was issued by banks and not accepted in the West.
  • no idea
  • I don't care when he cashes it in as long as when he does he loses, even if it is against Cena.
  • The Miz's hometown is Parma, Ohio! but anyway, i do agree! Edit: Agreed with the person below me, he was born in Ohio, he now resides in Cali.
  • HE WAS BORN IN OHIO
  • Probably the only way if you are tight on cash I am speaking, is getting a scholarship, I graduate in 2012 too, but today was my last day of my freshman year. (I DONT KNOW HOW YOUR IN 10th UNLESS YOUR NOT COUNTING SUMMER LOL!) Anyways, I wouldn't know how to get their but I can tell you just to get good grades and you might even find a place better I mean if you got good grades you might even get a scholarship to an even better school. How this helps!
  • Yes you can, but please first learn how to spell. Using texting on a message board only tells me you are extremely immature, self centered and childish. It takes more than just being able to pay the rent when you move out. When you leave your parent's home they will no longer have to pay any medical/dental bills for you. If they purchased a car for you you will have to leave that behind because legally it is THEIR car. You will have to find some other form of transportation because until you are 18 no company will enter into a contract with you because it is illegal. You will be responsible for every bill you create, your parents will no longer have to pay your way. Keep in mind that relying on the tax payers in California to support you isn't going to get you anywhere any longer. In California if you are not pregnant, don't have children under the age of 5, are physically able to work and support yourself you're not going to get any cash aid. You may qualify for Food Stamps but that will depend upon the income for the entire household, that means if your "friend" makes too much money YOU won't qualify. You might want to use some common sense here but go ahead and move if you must. Do you have the names and addresses of homeless shelters in your area, I'm betting you're going to need them sooner than you think.
  • only when your 18 you can do it without permission. when your 17, you would need their consent.
  • I will be graduating in June, I plan on going on a trip with some friends. However I am soo confused on where to go. I'm In Ohio and would like to get out for a nice little vacation. I need you guys help for considerations. Should I go to Toronto, Ontario for Caribana? Myrtle Beach in June, New York City, or Atlanta? Thank You for your help
  • It depends on how much cash you have, what you're into, what your friends are into, and so on. New York City is awfully damned cool and has a 'the world revolves around here' vibe that you don't get many places. (Chicago also has a similar vibe.) If you could possibly scrape together the cash, California is cool, has lots of stuff to do, and pretty much guaranteed good weather in June. Congrats on being almost done, high school is a pain in the @ss...
  • Not without the father being on child support. If you are in college, you should work full time.
  • Why don't you make the father pay some child support so the tax payer doesn't get stuck for it all.
  • I'm a 13 year old girl, and trust me, I'm capable of getting alot more work done right the first time then you'd think. To maybe get your consideration, I've had a 4.0 GPA all year long. I'm fit and strong, and can handle some heavy lifting. I'm excellent with clothes, people, food, and msuic. I'm social, and very friendly. I take care of two siblings everyday. I'm diligent, responsible, and you can trust me to get the job done. Please comment if you're considering hiring me. The pay doesn't have to be high. Minimum wage is great - better than nothing. I really need a summer job. (small businesses preferred). Thanks for reading this far down, and please comment!
  • You aren't old enough to work for a business, you need to be a minimum of 14 to have a job in California. At 14 you can get a work permit but that's the minimum age. Officially that is, you can't hold a job. If you did some work unofficially and are paid cash, that's a different story. Like you should consider doing things like babysitting, mother's helper, chores like house cleaning or organizing closets and storage spaces, pet sitting or walking. Why don't you talk to some of your neighbors or parents' friends and ask them what kind of chores they would be willing to hire someone like you - and then you can make some flyers and distribute them to people you know in the neighborhood. edit: with your grades you might want to consider tutoring help for kids in summer school too. Taking care of kids during the summer would be a good option too, you could offer your services and even make it an educational thing too, like offer to teach kids some basic skills and playtime, that would be a nice spin on that kind of job.
  • No. They hire illegals to improve revenue so as that they ought to be fined sufficient to make hiring illegals a foul organization danger which will decrease no longer improve long-term profitability. on the off risk any non-Republican Small organization proprietors that hire unlawful are stumbled on you may high quality them additionally.
  • The Cash for Clunkers Car Buying Stimulus Bill may very well turn out to be a joke. What was described in Obama's speech is not what Congress delivered. Read the article here http://autos.yahoo.com/articles/autos_co...There are so many restrictions and variances that the goal of removing 500,000 gas guzzlers off the street will be defeated before it is started. If you can remember back when California tried a program like this in the 80's to lower pollution, the only people who made money was the scrap yards and many collector cars were lost forever. It was later determined that there were not enough older cars being driven on the street to even have a major impact on pollution. From my observation over the last 35 year, I believe the manufacturers will not do anything unless they are forced to do so. In the 70's it was pollution laws. Today pollution controls are actually part of the engine system and work to make the engine run more efficient and longer. Up until then is was a miracle to expect a car to last over 100,000 miles. Today a car with 300,000 is no longer luck. Cars prior to 1980 used to average around 12 MPG before the CAFE laws were forced. Today they meet the 20 MPG CAFE. But these rates have not been increased in over 20 years. Today we use alcohol from corn as an additive for fuel. Why? Because of the corn grower's lobby. Even though corn produces less alcohol per acre than other plants. Result: Corn prices are higher in price, Animal feed is higher, Corn products are higher, Consumer products are higher in price and this goes on. Brazil says they can deliver the fuel alcohol we need to our shores at a fraction of the cost of corn alcohol. Or better yet we can use Saw-grass (produces 3 times the alcohol per acre than corn) which is a native plant to the American Great Plains and requires no yearly replanting. In the past 10 years, there have been many good and viable options placed on the table only to be destroyed by lobbyist. My question: How can the government expect us to take these problems seriously if they won't?
  • So we're going to encourage people to trade in their used cars and buy new ones they can't afford. Isn't that how the housing crisis started?
  • I think you make a very good point...! Even if it is a bit "protectionist". The US has to be a part of the global economy if you want the bank accounts to grow. The average "man on the street" usually could care less where the next car is coming from, unless they are into classics or HotRodding. If all the old iron gets crushed and recycled... what will happen to the whole"aftermarket" industry. I think it is a "dumb" idea for any Government to prop up "any" companies. They would be further ahead just mailing out a cheque to every man, woman & child... and letting each decide through "consumer choice", which companies survive or fail. After all it is your money.. the gov is giving away...! You have NO choice in the matter, the way it is now... At least until the next election.! Sometimes people just don't think things thru???
  • Better make sure you can get that loan first before you trade your clunker in! This is ridiculous!! And as far as the corn goes I don't think the government ever thought of the possibility of the corn fields flooding out, what then? Their Idiot's.. I can only imagine what Obama's next brain storm of an Idea will be!
  • Democrats at least tempt to address this situation . But I agree - it is like pushing a Bolder Up hill when it involves something like this and the government - especially when it comes to the Lobbyist and their power of money. I consider many Lobbyist to be pretty evil people .
  • Tell me what Obama has done that isn't a joke! Unfortunately, none of it is funny! The government thinks we're all lemmings, well I hope the july 4th tea parties will prove to them that we aren't!
  • This is another of One Term Barry's boondoggles. But since I am in the market for a car I will take Barry's 4500 bucks and laugh in his face. For that I will buy a new car instead of late model used. I need all the tax breaks I can get.
  • You can get 4,500 dollars for a $500 clunker and buy another clunker that gets 1 mile more to the Gallon and score 4 grand from tax payers. What a way of spending money when we are broke.
  • Just like the Mortgage/Foreclosure measure has failed--so will this !!
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