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I'd certainly consider any state that responds to human suffering with murder to be a failed state- so the United States is 3/50ths failed (so far, it'll be on the ballot in the rest of the states soon enough).
Only Israelis are allowed to keep original citizenship, all others forswear loyalty to foreign "prince, power or potentate".
Now, WHY is that?
Once you renounce citizenship, I don't think the united states will let you back in, I'm not entirely sure but I believe that is the case.
It's like prison, that way. You have to commit the crime again and be re-convicted, to be admitted back to the circle of convicts.
US History is the only relevant topic, concerning that failed state.
Yep. He's also recently done a hybrid version by adding a Honda Generator that he can remove for the race, but use for driving around town.
But I'd still be nervous, near the nozzle like that.
Had you ever worked at the NSA, or served in military intelligence, you would know better, as their two missions are financial intelligence acquisition for the money masters, and command-and-control of the populace. Sometime you might study the history of who founded the American intelligence establishment, or else peruse the three chapters on the Kennedy administration in Richard Parker's outstanding biography of John Kenneth Galbraith.
Has no one noticed that the coins disappeared at almost the same time the FBI seized Silk Road's Assets?
Yeah, you're right. Contractor started out that way, but did NOT make it into production that way.
I do know of a homebrewed race car that runs that way......he once wired it wrong in an experiment and did a quarter mile in 9.2, completely emptying a 3kwh battery pack.
Yes. Of course, I bought mine second hand- I let the first owner pay for their "clever programming".
I do note that many of my wished for hacks *did* eventually appear, in the 2012 model year, with a variety of body types.
And that we're now down to about $3000 for the plug in and additional battery capacity modification. Parts anyway, labor extra.