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Help a fellow Californian beat out the East Coasters? only 2 hours left to vote! [Sep. 22nd, 2009|09:11 pm]
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(no subject) [Mar. 1st, 2008|10:19 pm]
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Арендовать жилье можно быстро и просто, можно снимать квартиру долго и нудно, потому что спрос превышает предложение. А за те деньги, что мы все хотим квартиру ни один здравомыслящий человек нам квартиру не  сдаст. Но,  бля,  у съемной квартиры есть куча плюсов,  особенно  если снимаешь  квартиру на сутки. Правда иногда это стоит не очень дешево, но снять квартиру на сутки в Полтаве можно совсем не дорого. Правда если вы решите зарулить в Киев цены там повыше, но квартиру там снять можно без проблем.
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Open Source National Law Project (x-post) [Sep. 7th, 2005|11:13 pm]
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Hi, I'm going to Oglethorpe University, and one of my 4 courses is Business Law I.

Well, as I do have a long-lasting interest in politics, as well as in computer technology, this particular class has inspired me to concoct this particular idea that combines law and open source in a potentially earth-shaking manner. This is what I was writing just a few minutes ago:

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What do you think?
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(no subject) [Aug. 26th, 2005|09:37 am]
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Political Art Removed from California Display

by Brendan Coyne

Aug 26 - Citing "concerns about the current situation in the Middle East," California’s attorney general opted last week to pull three pieces of art from a state Justice Department exhibit held in the building’s independently-operated café. State conservative groups had protested the pieces.

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from: http://www.newstandardnews.net

x-posted to anarchists
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(no subject) [Aug. 25th, 2005|03:52 pm]
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Any ideas on how we can pump some life back into this community?
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(no subject) [Jul. 27th, 2005|02:58 pm]
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California National Guard Suspected of Spying on CodePink and Raging Grannies
Matthew Rothschild
June 30, 2005

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I heard about this on the radio this morning... the National Guard was used extensively across the United States, in the 19th century, to combat dissent.

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(no subject) [Jul. 25th, 2005|09:41 am]
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Ok so I saw that movie "Loose Change" about September 11th.

I went as a skeptic, but man that movie convinced me that this was not what everyone thinks it is...

You HAVE to see this movie.

The guys who made the film are moving here where I live in a few weeks.

See the movie, if you think you can find a hole in the logic, a problem with the reasoning, etc., let me know.... I'll bring it up to them.

I'm getting the DVD and I will make a copies and send it to you for free.

just give me your mailing address (either here, or email at: jeff6179@sbcglobal.net)

if you want an official copy (http://www.loosechange911.com)

x-posted all over the motherfuckin' place.
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Taken from a friend's LJ... [Jun. 28th, 2005|08:33 pm]
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Dear Red States,

We're ticked off at the way you've treated California, and we've decided we're leaving. We intend to form our own country, and we're taking the other Blue States with us.

In case you aren't aware, that includes Hawaii, Oregon, Washington, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, Illinois and all the Northeast. We believe this split will be beneficial to the nation, and especially to the people of the new country of New California.

To sum up briefly:

You get Texas, Oklahoma and all the "slave states."
We get stem cell research and the best beaches.
We get Elliot Spitzer. You get Ken Lay.
We get the Statue of Liberty. You get OpryLand.
We get Intel and Microsoft. You get WorldCom.
We get Harvard. You get Ole' Miss.
We get 85 percent of America's venture capital and entrepreneurs. You get Alabama. We get two-thirds of the tax revenue; you get to make the Red States pay their fair share.

Since our aggregate divorce rate is 22 percent lower than the Christian Coalition's, we get a bunch of happy families. You get a bunch of

Please be aware that Nuevo California will be pro-choice and anti-war, and we're going to want all our citizens back from Iraq at once.

If you need people to fight, ask your evangelicals. They have kids they're apparently willing to send to their deaths for no purpose, and they don't care if you don't show pictures of their children's caskets coming home. We do wish you success in Iraq, and hope that the WMDs turn up, but we're not willing to spend our resources in Bush's Quagmire.

With the Blue States in hand, we will have firm control of 80 percent of the country's fresh water, more than 90 percent of the pineapple and lettuce, 92 percent of the nation's fresh fruit, 95 percent of America's quality wines (you can serve French wines at state dinners), 90 percent of all cheese, 90 percent of the high tech industry, most of
U.S.' low-sulfur coal, all living redwoods, sequoias and condors, all
Seven Sister schools, plus Princeton, Harvard, Yale, Stanford, Caltech and MIT.

With the Red States, on the other hand, you will have to cope with 88 percent of all obese Americans (and their projected health care costs), 92 percent of all U.S. mosquitoes, nearly 100 percent of the tornadoes, 90 percent of the hurricanes, 99 percent of all Southern Baptists, virtually 100 percent of all televangelists, Rush Limbaugh, Bob Jones University, Clemson and the University of Georgia.

We get Seattle, Hawaii and Yosemite, thank you.

Additionally, 38 percent of those in the Red States believe Jonah was actually swallowed by a whale, 62 percent believe life is sacred unless we're discussing the death penalty or gun laws, 44 percent say that evolution is only a theory, 53 percent say that Saddam was involved in 9/11 and 61 percent of you crazy bastards believe you are people with higher morals than we Lefties.

By the way, we're taking the good Pot, too. You can have that dirt weed they grow in Mexico.

The happy citizens of Nuevo California.
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Another argument for secession? [Jun. 23rd, 2005|11:32 am]
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Interesting excerpts from the decision by the Supreme Court regarding medical marijuana (Gonzales v. Raich):

From the majority opinion:

The case is made difficult by respondents' strong arguments that they will suffer irreparable harm because, despite a congressional finding to the contrary, marijuana does have valid therapeutic purposes. The question before us, however, is not whether it is wise to enforce the statute in these circumstances; rather, it is whether Congress' power to regulate interstate markets for medicinal substances encompasses the portions of those markets that are supplied with drugs produced and consumed locally.[...] The CSA [Controlled Substances Act] is a valid exercise of federal power, even as applied to troubling facts of this case.

The majority decision by the Supreme Court wasn't that Marijuana is not valid for medicinal purposes. On the contrary, they seem to believe that Marijuana was helping these women. Their decision was that even though the Marijuana never crossed state borders, Congress' Commerce Clause still applies because there is a national market for marijuana. This would essentially allow Congress to control anything within a state as long as they can show that it has a "National market". The real fight wasn't for the use of medical marijuana. It was for states rights.

From the dissenting opinion:

We enforce the "outer limits" of Congress' Commerce Clause authority not for their own sake, but to protect historic spheres of state sovereignty from excessive federal encroachment and thereby to maintain the distribution of power fundamental to our federalist system of government.

The dissenting opinion recognizes that since this marijuana never crossed state lines, it really didn't fall under the Congress' Commerce Clause. This marijuana was grown by Monson, cultivated by Monson and consumed by Monson, with doctors reccomendations. It seems impossible to me for the majority of the Supreme Court to argue that the marijuana grown in this case affected the federal drug market.
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(no subject) [Mar. 16th, 2005|01:55 am]
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Lets say we did like the USSR, and the west coast formed a unified republic, what would the economy look like in terms of exports/imports (skilled labor, resources, goods,etc...)? Could we be completely self-sufficient? With lets say... plenty of Nuclear energy, distributed renewable electricity/water production, lots of mass-transport...etc. (i.e. could we look like Europe)?
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