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going to have to lay in a large supply of popcorn
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Peter255 Wrote: Apr 08, 2014 9:45 AM
actually the information was made available by the LA Times shortly after the Prop 8 election " the LA Times obtained a list of people who gave, for and against, to the fight over the Prop 8 referendum in 2008. They put the whole database online and made it searchable." http://hotair.com/archives/2014/04/03/how-did-people-find-out-that-mozillas-ceo-donated-to-support-prop-8/ and here is the database http://projects.latimes.com/prop8/
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Peter255 Wrote: Apr 08, 2014 9:41 AM
go with palemoon http://www.palemoon.org/info.shtml
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Uninstall Firefox

Peter255 Wrote: Apr 08, 2014 9:40 AM
go install palemoon. it is based on FF and works a whole lot better than FF. it also has a tool which allows you to seemlessly import your FF profile information and passwords. i tested out opera and maxthon. neither one was satisfactory although maxthon does have some good points, the problem is the learning curve. With palemoon the learning curve is nill.
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Peter255 Wrote: Apr 06, 2014 10:08 AM
you may think that, but the law applies to all and makes the donations list a public record. anyone could have requested the information. the state does not distribute the information unless someone requests it. Prop 8 proponents fought this request and lost. The intent of the law was to make it transparent as to who was supporting propositions. one can always request the donors list for those organizations opposed.
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Peter255 Wrote: Apr 06, 2014 8:10 AM
"is the Internal Revenue Service illegally leaked the donor list to a gay rights group " incorrrect. following the Prop 8 election the LA Times initiated an open records request for the Prop 8 donors list. under California law regarding donations for propositions requires that the donor's name, employer and amount of donation be capturered and maintained. The LATimes took the list created a database and posted it on line. anti-Prop 8 people then mined that database. it was not the IRS http://projects.latimes.com/prop8/ http://www.latimes.com/local/la-moneymap,0,1777132.htmlstory#axzz2y6ikhATo
Okay it is great that the magazine apologized, but when will the senior editor apologize?
"So no chemicals are needed to thicken the water as required by hydraulic fracking" actually the chemicals (many of which are normal items we use everyday) are not used to thicken the water, since sand is also mixed in with the water. the sand is used to keep open the fractures http://www.energyfromshale.org/hydraulic-fracturing/hydraulic-fracturing-fluid Typical chemical additives http://intellectualtakeout.org/library/chart-graph/typical-chemical-additives-used-frac-water
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