User Profile: Mikepal


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  • [10] November 22, 2015 at 6:07pm

    I had the same initial thought. Didn’t make sense for a sec.

  • [18] November 22, 2015 at 6:04pm

    So they’re following the example set 2 years ago when “refugees” from Latin America did the exact same thing by the thousands. Of course nearly none of those “children” and families showed up for their court dates, but no problem when there’s sanctuary cities all over the place.

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  • [1] August 5, 2015 at 7:08pm

    Way back I was told by someone who worked for a court, that they can’t prove you received it. But now in my area, they started having too low a show up rate and started issuing real summons to some people who don’t show. Not everyone of course, but they try to make examples, so people show.

  • [20] August 5, 2015 at 6:56pm

    What happens is literally people will pick the person they are familiar with. That old line about politicians saying, “I don’t care what they say about me in the paper, just spell my name right” is true. Get people who aren’t following the election on the phone to poll, and they don’t want to say they don’t know. They’ll just pick someone.

  • [1] July 30, 2015 at 4:06pm

    I think the complaints will often have multiple claims under each allegation, some of which will be quantified where possible. Then other claims will be listed with “damages to be proven at trial.”

    So if a dog bit someone, the claimed damages would include the actual amounts spent on medical care, which they would specify the amount of. Then they’d throw in lost wages, pain and suffering, future expenses, future lost wages, and other things where they don’t have an amount for. But will hire an expert to calculate and testify on.

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  • [2] July 30, 2015 at 3:35pm

    Why are you assuming the pipes are buried or in the wall?

    But yeah, there’s clearly more to the story than it’s the water supplier. If someone or something is breaking pipes, there’s contamination getting in somewhere.

  • [17] July 30, 2015 at 2:23pm

    Yeah, it is Redmond Washington. Way more likely a political statement versus an issue reading a birth date. Show me a person selling liquor who can’t make out birth dates. It’s part of their job and the fines for selling to underage people are big. In my state, they fine the clerk, plus the store, to make sure the clerks have personal incentive.

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  • [1] July 27, 2015 at 6:39pm

    He has to worry about over penetration. You can Google map this place. It is across the street from a residential area. 2 parking lots and a wide street away, but hardly over 100 yards. The first house on the left is brick, and on the right is a brick commercial building in front so there’s that. His store front is angled and he’s shooting probably toward the brick commercial building in the video. But there’s a lot of wood siding houses down that road.

  • May 22, 2015 at 6:40pm

    Recycling water isn’t much more expensive that what they already do. The water has to be cleaned to a basically drinkable level by federal law before being dumped into the ocean, which is what Los Angeles does with all its treated water. It is not legally clean enough to use for drinking water, but is close. If they go the few extra steps to make it drinkable, then let it go through some natural aquifers over years, no one would even know the difference. If people go up in the mountains where the water already comes from, they’ll see lots of animals go to the bathroom right near water sources, and stuff ending up in the water. Not to mention fish dying and going to the bathroom right in the water. But people don’t think anything of that.

    If it’s a problem mentally, Orange County, CA uses a second set of pipes to provide recycled water for landscaping.

  • April 2, 2015 at 2:03pm

    This is so old. I saw stories like this back when people had to manually type this on a typewriter instead of just emailing it.

  • [3] March 31, 2015 at 1:21pm

    No kidding. He considers drug dealing a violent crime because drugs can hurt people but when Bergdahl’s actions lead to the deaths of fellow soldier’s he’s fine with him getting a pass. Such inconsistency.

  • [4] March 29, 2015 at 9:01pm

    Anyone wanna bet he pleads not guilty?

  • [30] March 29, 2015 at 8:57pm

    When you’re going to call other people hateful and intolerant, practice in front of the mirror first, then decide if you should be saying it to yourself as well.

  • [1] March 28, 2015 at 10:32pm

    You’re probably right. If her sister is standing, the “ghost” appears to be way too high for it to be a ghost sitting in a chair in the room or where a chair used to be or whatever. Of course she could have shot a picture of the room in question which would clear up a lot, but didn’t.

  • [6] March 28, 2015 at 12:29am

    Yeah no kidding. I’m guessing that because the teacher didn’t physically rip it off, they decided they could get away with calling it a “request”.

  • March 27, 2015 at 10:30pm

    It takes 3/4 of the states to approve of an amendment. That’s a big hurdle particularly since many states aren’t likely to attend the convention. So those states would be deciding to approve something they had no input on. Which is why I would recommend trying to term limits first. The Congress would never vote that for themselves, but it might be possible to get 3/4 of the states to agree.

    Plus how could something be hijacked? Every state gets to set the rules for their delegation so they can specify that the delegation can only discuss and vote on a specific type of amendment, or put other restrictions. The only way their vote counts is if they are the legitimately appointed representatives of a state. If they go rogue, the state can just yank the authorization.

  • [6] March 27, 2015 at 10:05pm

    I think term limits for members of Congress would be an easier amendment to pass first.

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  • [8] March 27, 2015 at 9:42pm

    Why feed the trolls? If he caved in to a ridiculous demand where the interviewer blindsided him with something unrelated to what the interview was said to be about, he’d be getting it that at every interview. Again, if I spray organic urine or even worse “fertilizer” all over some fruits, would organic proponents just be willing to gobble them up on camera? No one should have to put up with gotcha journalism like that.

  • March 27, 2015 at 9:18pm

    Oh right, the “extend a hand” plan didn’t work for 6 years, and it was just about to, except someone posted a letter online. His very first interview he threw that extend a hand bs in there, and even said nothing as Iranians were being killed in the streets for protesting rigged elections back then. But nothing for 6 years. Until they decided to extend concessions to the Iranians instead.

    About 0:55 in.

  • [3] March 27, 2015 at 8:46pm

    Thanks for jumping in. This was a straight up gottcha interview. The interview appears to have been regarding the rice given what he says at the end, but this clown threw this section in just for this exact outcome. As I said above, would the “journalist” drink cow urine even though it wouldn’t kill him?

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