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originally posted by: Sillyolme
a reply to: jason97
That's a table not a chair.
I never thought I'd ever have to point something like that out.
Lol. And I sold furniture for a living. Not once in a thirty three year career.
The flags displayed in State courts and courts of the United States have gold or yellow fringes. That is your WARNING that you are entering into a foreign enclave, the same as if you are stepping into a foreign embassy and you will be under the jurisdiction of that flag. The flag with the gold or yellow fringe has no constitution, no laws, and no rules of court, and is not recognized by any nation on the earth, and is foreign to you and the United States of America.
Sitting? That's a table not a chair. I never thought I'd ever have to point something like that out. Lol. And I sold furniture for a living. Not once in a thirty three year career.
originally posted by: RelSciHistItSufi
a reply to: tiredoflooking
A major volcano/caldera blowing would cause worldwide disruption. So would a geostorm seeded with a nerve agent... but trust the plan... Though that could certainly be a sky event i'm sure there is a lot of effort going in to man-to-man marking on that stuff.
ETA - As a heavy sleeper I can vouch that a glass of water thrown over the face works wonders!!!
Authentic Kate Spade handbags have been produced in a total of eight countries - USA, Italy, China, Taiwan, Dominican Republic, Indonesia, Vietnam, and the Philippines. Many handbags produced before 1996 will not display an origin label, but all handbags produced after 1996 will have one. The majority of nylon bags made between 1996 and 2002 were produced in the USA (some made in Taiwan) and will have a tag featuring an American flag with “MADE IN USA” in all uppercase under the flag. Most leather, suede, and calf hair bags are produced in Italy, but the “made in Italy” tag will vary. The majority of Kate Spade handbags made after 2002, with the exception of leather handbags, are made in China and Indonesia. Each origin tag is usually sewn into the seam of the interior zip pocket.
It's easy to miss. The words "on purpose" are printed on a small label inside the tote bag alongside the name of the woman who made it. It sits inconspicuously next to the other handbags on the shelves at high-end fashion brand Kate Spade. There is nothing notably different about it. Yet it was made in a factory that doesn't have a reliable source of running water, where the electricity routinely cuts out, and where, until relatively recently, the workers didn't have the necessary manufacturing skills. It's in a tiny village called Masoro in landlocked Rwanda. There are no dependable roads, which means all the products made here have to be airlifted out - a much more expensive option than the usual way of sending them by ship. And perhaps most unusually, this factory didn't exist at all until global fashion firm Kate Spade decided to open it and fund its creation just over three years ago. The obvious question is: Why?
originally posted by: RelSciHistItSufi
Q Post #1443
Interpretation off the cuff:
You Failed to fulfil WH instruction / agreement.
DECLASSIFY for Public[3 items]
Executive Order dated_so now official
Your IG redactions are too heavy, remove them or else
Barack Hussein Obama [WH has the [call] to you from the [tarmac] of Bill Clinton/LorettaLynch] #Rod Rosenstein#
FBIs faked 302s
Tarmac meeting recording
FBI bad actions
DOJ bad actions
Your bad Operative insertion(s) into POTUS campaign
Your use of UK [SIS]
We will bring it all out of the dark and into the LIGHT.
Shall we play a game?
You have a choice.
Do what is right.
There are now 24 more FBI agents willing to testify
Next DOJ - offer open .
Next C_A - offer open .
GOOD vs. EVIL.
The red carpet at the Tony Awards on Sunday night had plenty of celebrities decked out in fashion from top designers. But what captured the attention of social media ― and even Women’s Wear Daily ― was not who was wearing whom.
It was Sparky the Goat.