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originally posted by: 0311Warrior
a reply to: IAMTAT
They ALL should have used it, but many didn’t. many vampires in persons are too dumb to think. mirrors p2p chat streams that flow both ways are like the water cycles. such bad clouds.
The Legislative Council of Hong Kong’s shelving of the China Extradition Bill reveals Beijing’s real Achilles heel, which is public unrest on a scale that poses an existential threat to the Chinese Communist Party itself.
originally posted by: Strate8
If resourceful individuals get tired of waiting for an alphabet letter to make a change in this world, I have a fully legal and effective solution.
Basically, any private individual can bring forward information on any company defrauding the government and receive a percentage of the money recovered. You can save your country and get paid to do it...
So, you've done all this research and "hope" good people in the FBI or somewhere are going to do something about? And if they decline to prosecute like AG Barr looks like he's doing, then what? You still are leaving them all the power. That's BS.
Are you the news now?
Maybe Q is not the solution. Maybe all of you are.
Maybe a Qui Tam Lawsuit Army going after every dirty organization stealing our tax money is how we fix this horribly corrupt and out of control government.
There, it is out there. Do with it as you will.
AGENT: The Democratic National Committee.
DEF ATT: Wait a minute. Let me get this straight. You are giving SWORN testimony to this court that Russia hacked the servers of the Democratic National Committee. And you are basing that testimony on a report given to you by the LAWYERS ...for the Democratic National Committee. And you, the FBI, never actually saw or examined the computer servers?
AGENT: That is correct.
DEF ATT: Well, can you provide a copy of the technical report produced by AGENT: No, I cannot.
DEF ATT: Well, can you go back to your office and get a copy of the report?
At a 1964 San Francisco Giants game, New Age guru Mike Murphy became determined to put a curse on the visiting LA Dodgers. Sitting in Section 17, he worked out a particular set of cries and hand signals, adapted from shamans, that he believed would transmit negative energy to the Dodgers.
He enlisted other fans around him to join in, and soon some 200 rabid Giants faithful were gesturing and howling at the opposition.
At one point, the juju was so powerful, it literally knocked LA pitcher Bob Gibson to the ground. (Or so Murphy claims.)
The cries continued and helped the Giants come from behind for victory.
In response to a complaint from whistleblower Jerry H. Brown II, the US Government filed suit against Maersk for overcharging for shipments to US forces fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan. In a settlement announced on 3 January 2012, the company agreed to pay $31.9 million in fines and interest, but made no admission of wrongdoing. Brown was entitled to $3.6 million of the settlement.