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Jun 4th 2011 5:04PM FYI that's a TU-154 that is crashing. The Iranians don''t have F-4's.
May 30th 2011 11:24AM How many of the 300K are honorably discharged vets? Here in the state of Washington if the money spent on agencies alledgedly serving the homeless vets were just given divertly to they they could have $400K homes, free and clear. igest problem is te vet needs to seek help. I know a non-combat vet with less than two years service who receives free medical (no copays), free meds (no copays), a monthly VA pension, subsidized housing, subsidized bus pass, reduced utilities, food stamps, and periodic food vouchers. All because he sought help and he had an HONORABLE discharge.
Apr 23rd 2011 4:08PM Agreed. You think they could have spent some time on useful words. There's thruth to the phase two people separated by a common language.
Why not words like lorry = truck, tram = streetcar, bonnet = hood, lift = elevator, petrol = gas, bangers = sausage, rashers = bacon, loo = toilet, barrister = lawyer, bikkie = cookie, bobby = cop, bog-roll = toilet paper, car park = parking lot, carriageway = roadway, round-about = traffic circ
Feb 9th 2011 4:37PM Calling an illegal alien an
is like calling a druig dealer an
Jan 13th 2011 3:16PM Welcome to the state of Washington. We have no personal or corporate income tax. We do have a business and occupation tax, however in ranges from 1.8 to .484 with wholesale and manufacturing being on the low end of the scale. We are strategically located with ready access to growing markets in Korea and China. And don't forget you don't have to shovel snow and we have reasonable hydro and wind power rates.
Nov 17th 2010 12:58PM Terrorists have won. I wonder why there is no way to opt out of this screening. Why not deginated domestic flights that have you sign a waiver and allow them to depart from gates where there is no screening? Also they force pilots through this screening, but what about these TSA employees.
Aug 20th 2010 8:29PM Mark:
Peter Hendrickson - Tax Protester Dossiers
Peter Hendrickson, No. 2:1991cr80930 (U.S.D.C. E.D. Mich.). Hendrickson was sentenced to 21 months in prison, and was released on 8/25/1993
Jul 10th 2010 5:41PM When is the last time you traveled around this country to see how much open land there really is.
Jun 24th 2010 11:24AM Pets Airways
New York (NJ,CT & Philadelphia)
Washington DC/Baltimore Area
May 29th 2010 12:51PM FYI. I worked for a federal agency. Not only is possession of an email address not a requirement for employment, but employees were forbidden to conduct official business via personal e-mail. Employees with a need for e-mail were provided with laptops and internal e-mail addresses.