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Discussion in 'Political Issues' started by binx159, Mar 11, 2013.
This just goes to show you that even if the grease in the fryer is fresh, you can't count on the proper voltage from the line. The way to fix this is to completely replace the drive-shaft on both golf carts. I think I need to say that if the folding chair was never brought into play then the situation might never have never even arisen, IMHO, it was poor judgement on the part of the basket-weaver to even challenge the line judge, as the video clearly shows it is "in".
Aww, he erased it, you all missed out on an epic story.
don't buy the property. she won't rent it back.
Only going by the title here, I don't know anything else about the story.
The property owner is the one with rights here. He doesn't want something on his property. The renter can either agree to it or leave.
bo do lot nu sieu mong quan lot nam goi cam do ve sinh rang mieng cho be vay cong so chan vay cong so nu trang phuc hoa trang dep
You can't have a right to something that belongs to someone else. You don't have the right to live on someone's property against their wishes.
He left it up on another board:
I sure hope Queen La Beefa doesn't evict him over it. After all it's just what are a few pictures on the internet?
2012 Minnesota Statutes
(e) A landlord may not restrict the lawful carry or possession of firearms by tenants or their guests.
Sorry, should have been clear that's the way it should be, not the way it is.
bo do lot nu dep quan lot nam sieu mong do ve sinh rang mieng vest cong so chan vay cong so cho thue trang phuc hoa trang
Using government force to turn voluntary business into involuntary business is wrong.
hope a crackhead chicken neck baby momma move's in.
<----would love to know the FULL story here.
Ditto. Anyone know if you can secretly record conversations in Minnesota? Maybe that's why it's deleted?
MN is one part consent. As long as one party actually partaking in the conversation is aware of the recording it's legal.
Short example. I and Doc are on the phone talking, Doc is recording me. Legal.
I visit Doc at his office where he's talking over a case with his assistant and myself. At one point in the conversation he asks me to step outside while he converses in private with his ast. I leave a micro recorder going under the table and leave.
That would be illegal.
Also keep in mind that beside State law, there is a Federal law on "wire tap".
Thanks. There are obviously missing pieces to the story.