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201  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Car and Driver licensing on: December 15, 2019, 04:12:44 AM
Person. Man. Women.  All that nonsense will get you literally nowhere.  You can theorize all you want on the internet. But in reality, it will never work in any court. Good luck

If the statute you are charged with breaking is written "person," it has to be applied this way. If you state that you are a man in court, and remind them that the statute says person, they will recognize such.

Depending on the circumstances of the particular case, this might not get you off the hook. The first thing that the judge might say (following introductions and the reading of the indictment) is: "How do you plead?"

The correct answer is: "I require pen and paper, and 3 hours to prepare a proper answer for the court." The court has to give you this time. And you write out your claim on the paper, and have the bailiff hand it to the judge. A proper claim takes you out of the jurisdiction of the judge's court, and moves you into a common law court of record, with a trial by jury if you want.

If you have no friends in court, and you are in chains, incarcerated, you will have a difficult time filing court docs with the clerk of the court. You will have to do everything on the fly, during the court session. Always require pen and paper, and a sufficient period of time, to prepare a proper answer for the court. Unless you have a very sharp mind, and can remember everything that is said in court, write it down, so that the record is set.

Cool


Lol.  This is great.  I really want to know how you come up with this stuff, and actually believe it. 

You think the statute you're charged with is the only applicable section of law to your case?   
You:  "Judge, that section says person, and blah blah blah...."
Judge: " well the rules of criminal procedure in this state say.....".

You: " i need pen, paper, and 3 hrs"
Judge: "No, you have 30 seconds to reply, or you'll be incarcerated immediately."

202  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Solutions on: December 15, 2019, 04:05:05 AM
Ok, change the location.  I'm in the grocery store, 3 armed bandits come in to rob the place and the customers. You just forced me to concede to being another victim as my only choice.
If three armed bandits came to rob a public place, they wouldn't be able to fire their guns.

I never said they had guns. Armed includes any weapon capable of serious bodily injury or death.  Knives, bricks, hammers, rocks.

Now let's say they do have guns. Are they your new guns? Or are they old guns, homemade guns, guns that were were not turned in?
203  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Car and Driver licensing on: December 15, 2019, 02:33:53 AM
Person. Man. Women.  All that nonsense will get you literally nowhere.  You can theorize all you want on the internet. But in reality, it will never work in any court. Good luck
204  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Your thoughts about Greta Thunberg on: December 15, 2019, 02:31:16 AM
My thoughts on the young lass.  Go protest where it's needed. China. India.   Not here. Go away kid.
205  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Solutions on: December 15, 2019, 12:54:32 AM
Part two of impossible:   Let's say this gun plan had a snow balls chance.  How do you implement it?  How do you get the 393 million current guns out of the public's hands?  Many of these current guns are not on any 'registry' or ownership list. Some states do not require any FFL involvement in transferring of long guns. Some guns have been passed down from family, which also requires no FFL. Some guns have been possessed since prior to any transfer laws. Some guns are manufactured without a serial number (still perfectly legal today), or have been in existence since prior to serial number requirements.
206  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Solutions on: December 15, 2019, 12:39:39 AM
Ok, change the location.  I'm in the grocery store, 3 armed bandits come in to rob the place and the customers. You just forced me to concede to being another victim as my only choice.
207  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Solutions on: December 15, 2019, 12:05:41 AM
So 3 gangsters break into your home at 3am wielding swords, bats and hammers. They start attacking your family, your children.  You get your firearm to defend your family....... and, nothing...

You have to call the government for authorization to kill the people attacking your kids. You make a call to some call center, which is answered by some lady who reads thru a question and answer checklist. 4-5 minutes later, you authorization to unlock the gun is approved.

Now, you exit your hiding spot with a working firearms, to find your family dead and the intruders are gone.



Yeah, great idea



Next topic:  a basic income (ie: free money for all) will do nothing for society. If you raise a bar from 0 to 20 for everyone, every scale for everything else will now start at 20 instead of 0. The costs of everything, will increase in proportion to the new lowest bar setting.
208  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Special thread concerning bitmains coupons refunds discounts. on: December 10, 2019, 01:19:53 PM
I had 3 orders in the last two months. First bought with btc. Next two with paypal.

Order 1&2 have been received. 3rd not shipped yet

Btc order has the refund via btc confirmed by Carol, to be sent within a month. Haven't done anything with the other two yet.

Friend of mine, his first order arrived. He paid via paypal. They first tried to blow off his refund request, and he emailed back until they offered refund. But, because it was payapal, theyre offering the refund via wire xfer and asked his bank info. He replied that he wants btc again.   Watching this one
209  Bitcoin / Mining speculation / Re: Veden Bitcoin Miner? US/Canada based!!! on: December 08, 2019, 06:49:33 AM
Just saw this miner mentioned in my discord group.  Can't post pics here, but check out their info on the miner regarding payment notes, payment, warranty.  Almost word for word verbage as found on the Bitmain site.

Then, one more thing I noticed. On the home page, the first pic shows a guy in the white.  Zoom in on the background and you'll see a sign written in Spanish.  In Canada?

Then drop their contact listed address in to maps.  The address is in a strip mall with a restaurant, hair salon, and UPS store.

Google that address and you get the UPS store.

642-1231 Pacific Blvd
Vancouver, BC V6B 5E7, Canada

1231 being the street address. Makes me think the 642 part is a PO Box in the UPS store.

Name change coming--- InvestigatorJeff
210  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Special thread concerning bitmains coupons refunds discounts. on: December 06, 2019, 06:21:29 PM
Quote from: Carol (Bitmain)
Dec 6, 18:12 CST

Dear J...

Good day to you.

We will handle the refund with the following info, please kindly help to do the final confirm.
Please take note that it usually cost 1 month for the process and the USD will be transferred to BTC according to the real time exchange rate when our finance team doing the refund.

Order ID: 0012019091101454
Amount: 1034USD
BTC wallet address: 3AzMtTh1QZAcUQUZDx4t332CyCcF4T4cXW

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

Best regards,
Carol
Bitmain
211  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Special thread concerning bitmains coupons refunds discounts. on: December 03, 2019, 01:48:04 PM
My guess.... well, its what I'd do if I was CFO..... I'd want to delay refund payments while btc price is this low, because it would be a bigger chunk of btc.  If they can stall the refunds til btc is back around 10k, they wont be handing out as much coin.
212  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Bitmain to release S17E 64TH on: December 03, 2019, 01:43:23 PM
My S17e arrived yesterday.   $492 tariff paid.

Up and running immediately, and looking just fine. I did notice it has no power settings for low power/ normal.  Just one set speed
213  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Special thread concerning bitmains coupons refunds discounts. on: December 03, 2019, 01:15:12 PM
That's odd from Carol to say if you specifically asked for refund but as I do not know what you wrote to them, she may have just given you that option and tried to persuade you to go for it instead of refund.

If you specifically asked for refund. I would answer with something in lines of: "(As of now,) I am unable to make USD transfer orders. Thank you for understanding." or "I would rather have my credit refunded. Thank you in advance".

That should work.

If it does not. Ask for another staff in a new ticket. Bella is awful in my opinion and Carol is awesome, it's hard for me to believe that she would push you too far to give up on refund.

This is what I wrote:

Quote from: PopoJeff
I understand that Order ID: 00120190xxxxx has shipped, and a credit of $1034 has been applied to my account.
I would like to request the amount of $1034 be refunded to me by way of btc.

Please refund the credit amount to my btc wallet address: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Thank you,
Jeff Xxxx. 29 Nov 2019

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214  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Special thread concerning bitmains coupons refunds discounts. on: December 03, 2019, 12:21:33 PM
The reply I got when asking for refund in btc with wallet address:

Quote from: Bitmain
The extra payment can remain as USD credit under this order according to the exchange rate when you place the order.
Please contact us you need use the credit in your new USD order, then we will transfer it for you.

Thanks for your understanding and cooperation.

Regards,
Carol
Bitmain
215  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Special thread concerning bitmains coupons refunds discounts. on: November 28, 2019, 07:35:55 AM
Just got an email that my S17e (Nov 21-30) shipped.


Product Name   Quantity   Price
Antminer S17e   1   $1649.00
Product Amount:   $1649.00
Shipping Cost:   $127.66
Coupon:   - $0.00
Discount:   - $0.00
Total Amount:   $1776.66
Payment Details

Pay:   $1776.66
Pay Confirm:   $2810.66
Date:   2019-09-11 19:11:02


Wish me luck on getting a $1034 refund
216  Other / Politics & Society / Re: LEGAL "FACTS" MOST PEOPLE DO NOT KNOW, BUT SHOULD on: November 22, 2019, 01:08:51 PM
1.    Well, according to google, the court case Diversified Metal Products v. IRS et al only exists to support "Fact" #1 on the list.

It's not been cited as a precedent in any case since whenever it was ajudicated.

Interestingly, the IMF was created in 1944, beginning operations in 1947. The IRS was created, sort of, in 1862.

Oh, and Public Law 94-564? It's about Mexican debt.


you could have saved alot of googling but just knowing the IMF is american just by the pure fact that the reserve currency is US dollar.
why do you think trump is so easily able to hand out sanctions to other countries but other countries cant easily sanction the us

Actually just copy n pasted that comment from a snopes forum where this same list was posted 
217  Other / Politics & Society / Re: LEGAL "FACTS" MOST PEOPLE DO NOT KNOW, BUT SHOULD on: November 22, 2019, 01:02:00 AM
5.  https://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/documents/executive-order-12803-infrastructure-privatization
 
  Read that.  Thats the EO cited ny your list.  Nothing to do with "no federal employees" BS.  Pretty easy to see what it says.  You dont need you local road crew to fix the bridge, you can contract a private construction company.  
  Whoever made that list needs to stop spreading lies.


I think thats enough google for me tonight
218  Other / Politics & Society / Re: LEGAL "FACTS" MOST PEOPLE DO NOT KNOW, BUT SHOULD on: November 22, 2019, 12:49:17 AM
1.    Well, according to google, the court case Diversified Metal Products v. IRS et al only exists to support "Fact" #1 on the list.

It's not been cited as a precedent in any case since whenever it was ajudicated.

Interestingly, the IMF was created in 1944, beginning operations in 1947. The IRS was created, sort of, in 1862.

Oh, and Public Law 94-564? It's about Mexican debt.
219  Other / Politics & Society / Re: LEGAL "FACTS" MOST PEOPLE DO NOT KNOW, BUT SHOULD on: November 22, 2019, 12:44:27 AM
Browsed a few of these nonsensical items.

22. I read the IRS Publication 6209.... no reference of Britain in there at all  https://www.irs.gov/privacy-disclosure/document-6209-adp-and-idrs-information

29. Incorrect. I see that mentioned all the time, and always out of context. The cases cited all involve people that tried to BLAME THE COPS and sue for something they didnt like... (example: an 8 minute response time instead of 4 minutes, believing the cops should be their personal security guards, I told you my husband would beat me when you left, etc..)

Thanks, PopoJeff. I looked for Britain in 6209, as well. I couldn't find it, but I didn't look through the whole document. My only thought about this is that it might be in there through some kind of indirect reference. But I'm not going to take the time to try to find it out. The whole doc is reasonably large.

As for "29. It is NOT the duty of the police to protect you," I have read this in several places, but right at the moment I would have to dig to find where... where it directly said that police are not required to protect people. I agree that it might have said this from the standpoint that police can't be held responsible for delivering a specific outcome.

Anyway, thanks, again.

Cool

29.  The "police dont legally have a duty to protect you" crap all started with a Sec 1983 lawsuit out of Chicago years ago. In short, someone called 911 from an apartment building. No apartment was given. Police responded and couldn't find anything wrong anywhere. They left.  A second call came in, same thing. Cops responded again, and again, no problem was found.  Cops left again.   Later on, woman was found stabbed or injured or something, in the rear alley.  Lawsuit was filed, claiming the cops violated her civil rights by not protecting her when two prior 911 calls were made. Claiming if the cops did their jobs right the first time, she wouldn't have suffered the injury she did.   Judge ruled no, you dont win the ghetto lottery.   And thats what birthed the phrase "cops dont have to protect you"..... always taken out of context.
    If it were true, how were they able to charge that p.o.s. Sheriff in Florida for not reacting to the school shooting?
220  Other / Politics & Society / Re: LEGAL "FACTS" MOST PEOPLE DO NOT KNOW, BUT SHOULD on: November 21, 2019, 11:26:26 PM
Browsed a few of these nonsensical items.

22. I read the IRS Publication 6209.... no reference of Britain in there at all  https://www.irs.gov/privacy-disclosure/document-6209-adp-and-idrs-information

29. Incorrect. I see that mentioned all the time, and always out of context. The cases cited all involve people that tried to BLAME THE COPS and sue for something they didnt like... (example: an 8 minute response time instead of 4 minutes, believing the cops should be their personal security guards, I told you my husband would beat me when you left, etc..)
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