The ZIP Code Trick
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Black

Fayetteville, AR

#21 Feb 25, 2013
Inhabitant wrote:
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I agree!
It has lead to the "Sheeping of America."
And you, like so many others are bleating,
"Ooooooobbbbbbbbbbbbbbbba aaaaaaammmmmmmmmaaaaaaaaaaa! "
I didn't vote for Obama. I'm also not a tin-foil hat wearing lunatic. There's some middle ground; you should try it sometime.

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Black

Fayetteville, AR

#22 Feb 25, 2013
ZIP codes predate the use of the two letter state abbreviations, so your claim that using the two letter abbreviations "compel you to use ZIP codes" is laughably, hilariously wrong. You have to use a ZIP code regardless.

How on Earth do you ever get anything done, when you spend all your time looking for imaginary monsters under your bed?

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Inhabitant

Springdale, AR

#23 Feb 25, 2013
Black wrote:
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I didn't vote for Obama. I'm also not a tin-foil hat wearing lunatic. There's some middle ground; you should try it sometime.
I am not a tin-foil hat wearing lunatic.

Appeasing the Left has gotten us to this point in time.

It is time to return to original intent.

There is no middle ground.

Stand for something.

You should try it sometime.

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Inhabitant

Springdale, AR

#24 Feb 25, 2013
Black wrote:
ZIP codes predate the use of the two letter state abbreviations, so your claim that using the two letter abbreviations "compel you to use ZIP codes" is laughably, hilariously wrong. You have to use a ZIP code regardless.
How on Earth do you ever get anything done, when you spend all your time looking for imaginary monsters under your bed?
Postal zones were NOT ZIP codes.

You believing that they are is laughably, hilariously wrong.

How is the weather in D.C.?

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Black

Fayetteville, AR

#25 Feb 27, 2013
Inhabitant wrote:
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I am not a tin-foil hat wearing lunatic.
Appeasing the Left has gotten us to this point in time.
It is time to return to original intent.
There is no middle ground.
Stand for something.
You should try it sometime.
Standing for something silly (and factually wrong) isn't honorable. It's just foolish. Sorry.

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GetA Grip

Springdale, AR

#26 Feb 28, 2013
Black wrote:
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Standing for something silly (and factually wrong) isn't honorable. It's just foolish. Sorry.
Are you a flesh 'n blood man/woman or are you a fictional corporation?

It may come down to Ark. or AR

Being ignorant isn't stylish, nor honorable. It's just foolish. Sorry.

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Black

Fayetteville, AR

#27 Feb 28, 2013
GetA Grip wrote:
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Are you a flesh 'n blood man/woman or are you a fictional corporation?
It may come down to Ark. or AR
Being ignorant isn't stylish, nor honorable. It's just foolish. Sorry.
Why do you keep changing your screen name?

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GetAGrip

Springdale, AR

#28 Feb 28, 2013
Black wrote:
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Why do you keep changing your screen name?
Because I can.

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Black

Fayetteville, AR

#29 Feb 28, 2013
GetAGrip wrote:
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Because I can.
Oh. Cool.

“Dont drink the kool-aid”

Since: Aug 08

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#30 Feb 28, 2013
Why can't any of you just log in and only use one name?
Psychiatric Doctor

Jonesboro, AR

#31 Feb 28, 2013
The original poster of this thread may well be hallucinating under the influence of meth, cocaine or Fox News.
This Federal vs. State claptrap he's spouting is a pack of lies from start to finish. Had he paid attention in high school civics class, he'd have heard of the U.S. Constitution, which is available for anyone to read at the public library. He'd also have heard of the Federalist Papers, which were written back when the U.S. Constitution was first proposed. The Federalist Papers show the "original intent" of the Founding fathers.
Between reading that and reading the U.S. Constitution itself, you can be a pretty well informed person.
The original poster hasn't read either. This is hog crap he's spewing.

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NottaDemocracy

Springdale, AR

#32 Mar 1, 2013
Psychiatric Doctor wrote:
The original poster of this thread may well be hallucinating under the influence of meth, cocaine or Fox News.
This Federal vs. State claptrap he's spouting is a pack of lies from start to finish. Had he paid attention in high school civics class, he'd have heard of the U.S. Constitution, which is available for anyone to read at the public library. He'd also have heard of the Federalist Papers, which were written back when the U.S. Constitution was first proposed. The Federalist Papers show the "original intent" of the Founding fathers.
Between reading that and reading the U.S. Constitution itself, you can be a pretty well informed person.
The original poster hasn't read either. This is hog crap he's spewing.
Here is what they didn't teach you in the "Public Fool System"

http://www.supremelaw.org/authors/freeman/fre...

Now, go forth an get an education.

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NoOne

Springdale, AR

#33 Mar 2, 2013
Wow, good read.

Links are helpful.

Understand it better.

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NoOne

Springdale, AR

#34 Mar 2, 2013
Psychiatric Doctor wrote:
The original poster of this thread may well be hallucinating under the influence of meth, cocaine or Fox News.
This Federal vs. State claptrap he's spouting is a pack of lies from start to finish. Had he paid attention in high school civics class, he'd have heard of the U.S. Constitution, which is available for anyone to read at the public library. He'd also have heard of the Federalist Papers, which were written back when the U.S. Constitution was first proposed. The Federalist Papers show the "original intent" of the Founding fathers.
Between reading that and reading the U.S. Constitution itself, you can be a pretty well informed person.
The original poster hasn't read either. This is hog crap he's spewing.
"The word "person" in legal terminology is perceived as a general word which normally includes in it's scope a variety of entities other than human beings.

See e.g. 1 U.S.C. ss 1. Church of Scientology v. U.S. Dept. of Justice (1979) 612 F 2d 417, 425.

Stop being ignorant.

You stay stupid.

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guest

Jonesboro, AR

#35 Mar 2, 2013
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Zippy

Jonesboro, AR

#36 Mar 3, 2013
I will have to try this
Butch

Springdale, AR

#37 Mar 3, 2013
Worked for me.
guest

Jonesboro, AR

#38 Mar 3, 2013
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Zappy

Springdale, AR

#39 Mar 3, 2013
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