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Obviously it's not enough. People gotta eat, taxes must go up!
It is a D admin. California is a D state run by Jerry Brown and Democrats. Given their love of socialism I find it hard to understand how they let this happen. They need to raise taxes and take the money from the wealthy to feed these poor people.
I don't even know what your rant is about.
Just a quick update from Portland, Oregon, folks. After the city engaged in some truly impish behavior by trying to bully aside a local brewery that has a trademark on Portland's iconic jumping-deer sign, there have been no further negotiations on a resolution between the two sides. See, the city of Portland really wants to license the trademark for the image of the sign to national and international macrobrewers, whereas Old Town Brewing just wants to have the same trademark rights it has legally held for that image in the alcohol industries since 2012. You might have thought that a refusal of the mark by the USPTO would have ended this story. You would be wrong.
Apparently, the city has filed multiple trademark applications in the hopes that something, anything, will get approved. This is according to a Portland hospitality industry group, which has taken notice of the city's actions and is firing off angry letters to its own mayor as a result.
The Old Town Hospitality Group, which counts 25-plus restaurants and taverns, said in a letter to Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler that the city is "wasting taxpayer money." The issue relates to a trademark held by Old Town Brewing on the "leaping deer" logo, which adorns the "Portland Oregon" sign above the Burnside Bridge.
The Old Town Hospitality Group called on the city "to stop filing trademark application after trademark application for an image that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has repeatedly determined is confusing. Tell the city’s attorneys that it is wrong and an abuse of power to attempt to bury Old Town Pizza Brewing in legal fees."
It's worth repeating that Old Town Brewing is in Portland. Its patrons, and likely its owners, are constituents of the very city actively trying to pretend its trademark doesn't exist while burying the tax-paying business in legal fees for no legitimate reason. Simply wanting really badly to license a trademark it doesn't own doesn't justify the city's actions. And, now that it's not just the brewery pushing back, but an industry group of member companies along with it, it might just be a matter of time before enough of the regular public gets wind of this and City Hall has a very real problem on its hands.
Or it could stop harrassing a local business, I suppose, but that seems like an awful lot to ask.
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I know it may come as a shock to you but a lot of people are skeptical when you come out of the woodwork on the eve of an election and make claims with forged or no proof of some illicit activity decades ago. Some people might not believe you. Imagine that.
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Lick those boots!
Hindsight is easy with this kind of thing. The real problem is that nobody knows when the Bitcoin bubble is going to burst (which it most definitely will). People who make money on bubbles are those who get out before the bubble bursts, not once it's already begun.
So yes, you could have made a lot of money. But Bitcoin could also have burst not long after it hit $700 and you could have lost it all. The bubble could burst tomorrow. Or it could linger for another year and burst at $32,000. Or it could partially-burst, then grow again even bigger, then have a crash of monumental proportions. Ultimately, nobody knows, and it's almost impossible to tie Bitcoin to any fundamentals that could be used to judge whether its value is reasonable or not.
So by all means, invest in Bitcoin. But only do it with money you can afford to lose.
ISIS also uses guns. Lots and lots of guns. Do you see where things get interesting yet?
Contemporary US law is very easy to understand. The whole of our jurisprudence can be concisely summarized in a single maxim:
"Fuck you, pleb, that's why!"
So in other words, the CEO and shareholders allow the company to be dysfunctional. If a company does a half assed job, they will lose business, profits will go down, and somebody should take notice.
They are paying around $36,000 in property taxes a year in Silicon Valley.
The homeless industrial complex issues a press release.
You're thinking corporate like business corporations.
Mussolini style fascists were thinking corporate like the body ("corpus") of society.
Historic Fascism was totalitarian, but otherwise had little in common with the increasingly totalitarian Financialism we suffer under today.
We who know which way the wind blows also know that the opportunity to intervene has Went With The Wind.
It's been too late.
Enough is enough and more that enough is too late. ~ © 2017 CaptainDork
The real question is why it is seemingly obsessed with objectifying women and sexualizing young girls in particular. It is disgusting.
If you identify a UFO as a UFO, is it still a UFO?
Yeah, it's an Uhdentified Flying Object.
the chance and grab the wonderful opportunity at Madhya Pradesh.
And you will live long and prosper because you are deserving.
This is a myth. When you factor out the high infant mortality rate, average life expectancy in the Roman world was somewhere around the late 50s. So a little under half of everyone who made it to (say) age 10 could be expected to live into their 60s.
Oh, c'mon. We already have a full fledged police state in place. What's one more teeny tiny regulation atop the millions of laws & regulations already enforced on the people? Plus it will help feed the Gulag. We need that if we want to beat Stalin's record for biggest Gulag of all time. Who doesn't want that?!
Only an idiot throws out the baby with the bathwater.
They have _actual_ footage from the Space Shuttle mission STS-75 if you would pull your head out of your ass and stop assuming.
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Because it is a constitutional right.
According to your logic it would be ok to require you to register your mouth.
Why didn't you have sex with the overage women if you went for sex?
I think they would much prefer the "of age" than the overage.
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That's just crazy talk, no one is going to accept forcing people to work!
Just make it easier, and many people will choose to take advantage of that.
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The scale of the problem becomes apparent on a visit to Second Harvest, the only food bank serving Silicon Valley and one of the largest in the country. In any given month it provides meals for 257,000 people -- 66m pounds of food last year. Because poverty is often shrouded in shame, their clients' situations can come as a surprise. "Often we think of somebody visibly hungry, the traditional homeless person," Brennan said. "But this study is putting light on the non-traditional homeless: people living in their car or a garage, working people who have to choose between rent and food, people without access to a kitchen."
Tie some helium balloons to your drone.
Presto, Chango, it's a Blimp, not a drone.