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Nos Nevets Wrote: Jul 05, 2014 8:49 AM
That's just in its gaseous form. As a liquid it is horrendous. So dangerous that the Army Corps of Engineers has jurisdiction over much of it, yet livestock and crops are infused with it and no one seems to care.
Caps excused. But it does remind me of this: HI EVERYBODY!!!!!!!!!! try pressing the the "Caps Lock" key O THANKS!!! ITS SO MUCH EASIER TO WRITE NOW!!!!!!!
Rich, Please explain. By "Common Law" I meant that based on British customs & British court rulings going way back. It is behind our use of "stare decisis". It was in use in America before, during, & after our constitution. It pre-dates Napoleon's birth. Perhaps we're talking about 2 different things? Or you are saying we have abandoned common law in favor of something Napoleonic? I think "International Law" looks more Napoleonic. There is a movement to conform the "international law" within USA. e.g., at his West Point speech Obama redefined "American Exceptionalism" as a willingness to abide by international law. (Orwell's "newspeak"? exceptionalism: conforming to everyone else. But I digress.)
Carlos, well said.
or Dr. Who - "I love human beings, always seeing patterns where there are none."
I'm a fan of Adams, Jefferson, Monroe -- & Providence too -- but that article is hogwash. As Snoopy would say, "Bleah!"
re. “The Second Day of July 1776, will be the most memorable...” John Adams, off by a few days. Slow baud rate.
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Nos Nevets Wrote: Jul 05, 2014 6:20 AM
Dihydrogen Monoxide is a terrible killer. DHMO.org.
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Nos Nevets Wrote: Jul 05, 2014 6:19 AM
DDT, yes. Thank-you.
How & why can the "Mainstream Media" persist if they are not "Mainstream"? What sustains them? Why are they still in business? Last 2 elections mainly show they are mainly endorsed by the mainstream, no?
I am grateful for our British common law heritage. It's a shame to see post-Christian UK abandon their heritage. Heaven: - British Law - Italian Cuisine - German Engineering Hell: - British Cuisine - Italian Engineering - German Law
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