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Back in the 1970's a friend who had been a medic told me about a spray clotting agent that was then saving lives called Topostat or Topistat. He found somewhere to buy it commercially and a few of up pitched in and got some spray cans. I never use it for more than patching up a scraped knee, but it seemed to be great stuff. Scrape you knee, spray on this stuff, and you had an instant scab to stop further bleeding.
I've never seen it again since, and even a search of the Internet seems to be completely ignorant of it. Apparently a Trademark was given for the name in 2004, but as that was about 30 years from when I saw the product that I had I'm thinking it is likely a different product. Anyone have any information on this product from the 70's?
People looking to spend 10 grand on a watch want a Rolex or some other quality brand that will last a lifetime and that they can pass on in their will, not some junk fad that will be obsolete in 24 months. Google and Intel will pay dearly for this mistake.
This will not be Intel's first time to fail in the watch business, but their last failure was not nearly as spectacular as this will be.
And that's not all the extra rights that non-citizens have! They don't even have to register for the draft, or serve on juries!
or participate in the Obamacare mandate.
Hell, if I want to travel out of the country I have to pay at least $135 for a passport, I can't get back into the country without it. If an illegal is caught breaking our laws he gets a free tax-payer trip home, and he is usually back here without a passport in less than a month.
Spoken like a true AC.
Do a little searching of the news. You should find references that there are at least 850 registered voters over 150 in New York City. In North Carolina there are over 2200 registered voters over 110 and at least two actively voting over age 150, the oldest being 160 when a vote was cast in 2012. These people would be automatically purged from the voting rolls if votes were not being regularly cast against their registrations. And, by an amazing coincidence, the vast majority of these voters are registered Democrats.
Voter fraud is, for all intents and purposes, non-existent anyway.
That's a huge Democrat lie. It is rampant where I live, and I have a neighbor who is a local "election judge" who even jokes about it. Not just a problem here either. Chicago and Ohio are pretty famous for it, and I very much doubt if it stops there.
What next, is he going to make all of the illegals vote too, or is that another case of them having more rights than the American citizens?
Seems like forcing people too ignorant to know who the candidates even are to vote isn't the best way to get better government, although it is certainly likely to get more votes for the Democrat party.
"Outside some bank accounts
"Outside of some bank accounts" is pretty much the same qualification that could be made for almost any scam that doesn't involve providing defective products. In this case there will clearly never be any "trip to Mars", so your statement is correct, but that does not make it any less of a scam.