• In law, there is no such thing as "ownership". It simply doesn't exist. Do you know why? It's because
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      (This is from memory, you may google it to verify).

      1968 Theft Act. Theft is "the dishonest appropriation of property belonging to another with the intention of permanently depriving them of it".

      We have already established that "property" is a set of legal rights, NOT physical items. Ergo, theft is a concept of depriving someone of the right to use something physical. It cannot relate to taking actual items, given that there is no ownership of anything (by anyone other than the monarch).
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    • Two terror attacks in one month on US soil.
      Two Terror attacks in one month. Donald Trump is not keeping us safe.

      America's enemies are emboldened by Donald Trump's incompetence.

      How many Americans need to die before it gets off his fat orange ass and does something to keep America safe?

      Baggers are silent.
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    • Defend The 2nd was Russia
      Well sheeeitt!

      https://www.thedailybeast.com/house-democrats-release-all-known-russian-troll-farm-facebook-ads-and-twitter-accounts
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    • LIVE: HOUSE INTELLIGENCE COMMITTEE HEARING ON RUSSIAN DISINFO
      WOW! Several of the supposed U.S. Congress people want social media controlled to their liking..... Hmmmmm.

      The displays of supposed Russian-origin content, I agree with them!

      We don't want Sharia law in the USA, we don't want Muslims taking over our country.

      The Ruskies are right!
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    • Craigslist Champs - 1 November 2017
      Sorry, no welfare people.

      https://inlandempire.craigslist.org/hou/d/husband-and-need-apt/6368760496.html

      $600 Husband and I need Apt. (San Bernardino County)

      My husband and I get permanency through the government program CalWorks/CalFresh. They are willing to pay up to 80% of my income which would come up to $575. The requirement is the apartment/trailer/home must be in my name such as the lease agreement in my name. We need something under the $600 mark on price (BILLS INCLUDING). It would just be us two adults until our child is born (WHICH WOULD BE AROUND APRIL). Also we are drug, drama, and alcohol free. If you have something that could potentially help us out please contact us.
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    • When a woman asks "what do you do?"
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      Those guys make good money and bennies. If you were what I consider a decent guy, smart, funny and not an uptight asshole I would date you.
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    • Another Warning from the Power Elite - This Time It's a Central Bank.
      Doom-and-gloom commentators are a dime-a-dozen. In good times and bad, you can always find someone predicting market collapse and "the end of the world." Most such commentators don't have much in the way of data or analysis to back up their claims. They are just appealing to a small slice of the general public that has an appetite for this kind of prognostication. Still, some analysts who warn of market risks and the potential for a systemic crisis do have a lot to back up their warnings. This data includes dynamic systems analysis, historical comparisons, and a sharp eye for what intelligence analysts call "indications and warnings" of path dependent outcomes. The warnings most worth listening to come from the global elites themselves. They have a behind the scenes view of bank capital adequacy, increasing leverage, market complacency, and other indications and warnings of systemic risk.

      This article describes the warnings of one of the most conservative and technically proficient central banks in the world - the Monetary Authority of Singapore, or MAS. Singapore was on the front lines of the 1997-1998 Asian financial crisis. It was one of the "go to" places for bailout money in the 2007-2008 crisis, when U.S. banks knocked on the doors of sovereign wealth funds from Saudi Arabia to Shanghai for fresh cash to prop up their imploding balance sheets. This is a warning worth listening to. It's precisely when markets are most complacent that they are at most risk.

      https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-10-25/don-t-underprice-global-risks-singapore-central-bank-warns-q-a
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