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Re: The Fall Of California - A Paradise Lost
Reply #400 - May 21st, 2019 at 7:21pm
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Um, kaz, because of unjust or unfair economic policies, some persons in USA, such as for example some persons in K.C. of MO, can't afford to pay for some water bills, or said persons have to cut spending for other priorities like tuition or fuel or rent or medication(s) or sticker(s) for license smallsheet(s) a.k.a. license plate(s) or perhaps even fine(s) .
  
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Re: The Fall Of California - A Paradise Lost
Reply #401 - May 21st, 2019 at 7:28pm
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AlayneLeung wrote on May 21st, 2019 at 7:21pm:
Um, kaz, because of unjust or unfair economic policies, some persons in USA, such as for example some persons in K.C. of MO, can't afford to pay for some water bills, or said persons have to cut spending for other priorities like tuition.
Would they have to give up their smart phones and tablets?

I mean, Holy Shit, how unfair could things get? Angry Angry Angry Angry Angry
  
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Re: The Perhapsual Failing Of the USA: I hope the USA won't fail
Reply #402 - May 21st, 2019 at 7:35pm
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Jeff, according to my multiparty friend chip burcham, Sailor Venus told him that at least 136 million suicides in the USA could be attempted in year two thousand and nineteen or year two thousand and twenty because of said unfair or unjust economic policies causing 130 million persons (most of them in poverty) feeling hopeless.  And about two to three years ago, he was told by a mental health professional named Laura that numerous children in the USA as young as two years of age have been attempting suicide. That's why Congress must now get to behaving way more generously to the public!!
  
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Re: The Fall Of California - A Paradise Lost
Reply #403 - May 21st, 2019 at 7:37pm
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AlayneLeung wrote on May 21st, 2019 at 7:35pm:
Jeff, according to my multiparty friend chip burcham, Sailor Venus told him that at least 136 million suicides in the USA could be attempted in year two thousand and nineteen or year two thousand and twenty because of said unfair or unjust economic policies causing 130 million persons (most of them in poverty) feeling hopeless, and he was also told by a mental health professional named Laura that numerous children in the USA as young as two years of age are attempting to commit suicide. That's why Congress must now get to behaving way more generously to the public!!
Sometimes I wonder why you are here.
  
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The Perhapsual Failing Of the USA: I hope the USA won't fail.
Reply #404 - May 21st, 2019 at 8:06pm
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Jeff, chip told me that Sailor Venus also told him that the Chinese now have time travelling vehicles and that some Chinese personnel have time travelled backwards through time and that those Chinese personnel are having the Founding Fathers of the USA (at gunpoint) write a somewhat different version of the Constitution of the USA.  For example:

Quote:
This Constitution, and the Laws of the United States which shall be made in Pursuance thereof; and all Treaties made, or which shall be made, under the Authority of the United States, shall be the supreme Law of the Land; and the Judges in every State shall be bound thereby, any Thing in the Constitution or Laws of any State to the Contrary notwithstanding.


chip and I think it used to be written as:

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This Constitution, and the Amendments of it, shall be the Supreme Law of the Land; and all Judges in every State shall be bound thereby, of all Articles and Amendments of this Constitution and all subordinate Laws.


North Korea has:
1, a very secretive government;
2, strictly enforced emigration laws (most North Koreans can be shot to death if they try to leave NK) and so that signals that NK has something or some person NK government is hiding from many on earth;
3, a strict leader named Kim Jong Un that has reportedly shot to death some of his relatives;
4, apparently a person that posted on Reddit.com that she or he developed a time travelling vehicle;
5, a good relationship with China;
6, mandatory perfectly behaved personnel.

Could Cao Cao, of the ancient (or ancient modern? ) Chinese Wei Kingdom, "be residingf in 210 A.D.” really be a time traveler from very early 21st Century China?

Note that CGTN (China Global Television Network, the official English worded television channel that apparently is broadscasted from Beijing) refers to “Cao Cao” as “Cao Cao” and not as “Pao Pao”.

Could “Cao Cao” name be an acronym codename that stands for any or all of following:

Containing/Crushing Anarchists Oppressively
Criminals Arrested/Annihilated Oppressively
China Advanced Optimumly
Chinese Advanced Optimisitically
China Agent Operative
China’s Advancement Official
China’s Awesome Official
Corruption Annihilated Optimumly?
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Re: The Fall Of California - A Paradise Lost
Reply #405 - May 22nd, 2019 at 3:34pm
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Why did this topic, during part of yesterday or yesternight or part of today, become "temporarily" "invisible" ?
  
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Reply #406 - May 22nd, 2019 at 4:59pm
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Jeff wrote on May 21st, 2019 at 7:37pm:
Sometimes I wonder why you are here.

These posts tilt the scale towards mental illness.  I wonder how a 2 year old attempts to kill themselves? 


Oh, wait a minute, that's pretty much what they do as soon as they start to walk.  It takes a 6 months of of suicide watch before they figure out where their heads are and that they can't just throw themselves at every hard object they run across.
  
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Re: The Fall Of California - A Paradise Lost
Reply #407 - May 22nd, 2019 at 7:48pm
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AlayneLeung wrote on May 22nd, 2019 at 3:34pm:
Why did this topic, during part of yesterday or yesternight or part of today, become "temporarily" "invisible" ?
I suspect the lizard, it being a Vulcan and all... I think Vulcans have the technology to make things invisible. Smiley
  
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Measure EE School Funding Property Tax - Sorry Charlie
Reply #408 - Jun 7th, 2019 at 6:12pm
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Measure EE - the School Funding Property Tax hike failed miserably.  

Voters sent a loud message to progressives:

"Our taxes are already too high - don't ask for more!"

Measure EE fell way short of the 2/3 support it needed, only 45% of voters stupidly approved the Tax.

The defeat of Measure EE was a devastating blow to Mayor Eric Garcetti and District Superintendent Austin Beutner, who described Measure EE as

“a referendum on whether we believe in public education.”

Which, of course is A BIG FAT LIE.    The $500 million per year raised from Measure EE would go to teacher pensions - not a dime of that ever would have been spent on a classroom.

Shame on Mayor Garcetti, and Shame on Superintendent Beutner.    We see through your lies. 

The voters prevailed over the deplorables.    Today, anyway.   Smiley    Grin

https://www.lamag.com/citythinkblog/measure-ee-results/
  
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Re: Measure EE School Funding Property Tax - Sorry Charlie
Reply #409 - Jun 7th, 2019 at 6:27pm
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SkyChief wrote on Jun 7th, 2019 at 6:12pm:
Measure EE - the School Funding Property Tax hike failed miserably.  

Voters sent a loud message to progressives:

"Our taxes are already too high - don't ask for more!"

Measure EE fell way short of the 2/3 support it needed, only 45% of voters stupidly approved the Tax.

The defeat of Measure EE was a devastating blow to Mayor Eric Garcetti and District Superintendent Austin Beutner, who described Measure EE as

“a referendum on whether we believe in public education.”

Which, of course is A BIG FAT LIE.    The $500 million per year raised from Measure EE would go to teacher pensions - not a dime of that ever would have been spent on a classroom.

Shame on Mayor Garcetti, and Shame on Superintendent Beutner.    We see through your lies. 

The voters prevailed over the deplorables.    Today, anyway.   Smiley    Grin

https://www.lamag.com/citythinkblog/measure-ee-results/ 
It's both shameful and a shame.
  
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