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#83 Mar 15, 2013
Hugh Victor Thompson III wrote:
<quoted text>He was already on the phone, wasn't he? So, your pet couldn't hang up and call 911? Gee, that Zimmerman guy must have been a veritable phantom to take the poor "child" by surprise.
You're embarrassing yourself, Reader.
Or tell the girl he was talking to to call 911? And she's now been caught lying, but she is very young.
Too many unknowns.

But Twister has already convicted him and used the race of his victim to draw self attention.

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#84 Mar 15, 2013
Reality Speaks wrote:
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you can continue to stew and wait.
The trial will be a televised circus in a couple months.
again.....perform your own diligence, or sit in front of TV waiting for trial. Don't drool.
So--basically, you pretty much just made that one up.

What a surprise.

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#85 Mar 15, 2013
Reality Speaks wrote:
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I did not charge of destroying evidence...!!!!!!!
it is a matter of fact........fact..........fact ........fact.
NBC photo shopped, altered voice recordings, reported outright racial lies to the entire globe on TV, and has White House approval.
Did I miss any?
NBC edited a voice recording for broadcast. The recording was also widely available in its entirety.

Photoshopped?

Outright racial lies?

White House approval?

OK--prove it, or stop talking about it.

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#86 Mar 15, 2013
tranpsosition wrote:
Just turned 30! Good guess!
I'm not sure what's been uncovered. I've spoken rather openly of my status as a student. If you have any general questions (I'm in a niche area so would prefer not to talk about the subject area in detail) I'm always happy to answer.
Just what employers are looking for. A 30 year old 'career student' without any job or life experience.

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#87 Mar 15, 2013
Reality Speaks wrote:
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was no guess...it was logic utilized.
what was uncovered is you are a single woman of 30 with zero income.
and you expect someone like myself who is 50, married with 5 children, living the american dream listen to someone who does not earn a dime, has very limited life experience, does not reside in the USA, and tells me how I am making mistakes in my life, and don't know what I am talking about.
your niche area is nothing short of fantasy.
until you earn something, and can speak from actual life experiences, you are just a loudmouth punk.
instead of answering proving your ignorance, try listening.
Imagine if somebody earned enough at their job to be able to go back and earn a degree without having to work during that time (combined frugality and savings, for instance).

You would count them a failure.

“Meh.”

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#88 Mar 15, 2013
Seriouslady wrote:
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Depends on what state or commonwealth the proceedings are held in, Idiot.
Could you highlight which US states use this standard? I'm looking it up now but am not seeing it show up in cases, except where the burden of proof has been misunderstood by someone in the case.

I'm really interested in this. Is it just used in one or two states? Or only in specific settings?

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#89 Mar 15, 2013
If I'm reading it right, Victor V. Nebraska pretty clearly places the burden at a reasonable doubt for charged offences for all of the states but declines to create a common language to express this through?

Though it's pretty far out of my day to day work, I was having a tough time working out how having multiple standards could be seen as constitutional. It just seemed really out there.

“Larchmont's Leading Citizen”

Since: Dec 12

Hilliard, OH

#90 Mar 15, 2013
FKA Reader wrote:
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Imagine if somebody earned enough at their job to be able to go back and earn a degree without having to work during that time (combined frugality and savings, for instance).
You would count them a failure.
I'd call it career suicide in the private sector if they were already over 30 and already held a degree. You have to do it on the side under those circumstances.

“Meh.”

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#91 Mar 15, 2013
FKA Reader wrote:
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Imagine if somebody earned enough at their job to be able to go back and earn a degree without having to work during that time (combined frugality and savings, for instance).
You would count them a failure.
While your idea fits more snugly with the American ideal of a self made man, it's not too accurate. I'm able to take a relaxed attitude to work and focus on study more through luck than my own industry. Admittedly, frugality has never really appeared in the ranks.

I appreciate the rather rosy picture you've painted, it just seems rather insincere to let it go by uncorrected.
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#92 Mar 15, 2013
FKA Reader wrote:
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ROFLMAO
Well, RS, since you had no idea regarding the woman's income, what were you doing telling her that yours was 5X ss much?
Perhaps our friend, in addition to being a student, has taken on a role we used to refer to as "housewife"?
Once upon a time housekeeping was the highest order of employment expected of women. While wholly unremunerated, all us little girls were taught that this was what we were expected to do with our lives.
she is single O Brilliant one.

perhaps she is a leach?
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#93 Mar 15, 2013
FKA Reader wrote:
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Imagine if somebody earned enough at their job to be able to go back and earn a degree without having to work during that time (combined frugality and savings, for instance).
You would count them a failure.
you are lying again.

bet you are glad your nose is not wooden and grew with each lie.

you would be able to build a section 8 complex from lumber chopped off your nose.

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#94 Mar 15, 2013
Hugh Victor Thompson III wrote:
<quoted text>He was already on the phone, wasn't he? So, your pet couldn't hang up and call 911? Gee, that Zimmerman guy must have been a veritable phantom to take the poor "child" by surprise.
You're embarrassing yourself, Reader.
Zimmerman claims that Trayvon took HIM by surprise--leaping out of the darkness in the middle of an open area. Why did he not call 911?

The testimony of Witness #8 recounts a very short verbal exchange ("why are you following me?" followed by "what are you doing around here?") before a sound like like pushing or shoving and the phone likely hitting the ground. Now, you may not choose to believe witness #8, but her description fits pretty nicely with Zimmerman's.("You gotta problem with me, Homey?" "no," "well, you do now," followed by the blow to the face).

I don't know if the prosecution will call Witness #8. The lying accusation (straight from the mouth of Don West--one of Zimmerman's attorneys) is not terribly serious (requires kinda twisting around what she actually said to get there), but I don't know how much she contributes that isn't already present in the evidence, and in the tapes that I heard she wasn't exactly clear and to the point. I think that the case only needs her for sympathy.

But, George, since you are a person who is capable of logic, how do you account for the location of the body and Trayvon's phone, relative to where Zimmerman says he was first struck, knocked down and pinned? The body is a considerable distance south and the phone (and Zimmerman's flashlight) still further south.

[sigh--nobody ever wants to talk about the evidence]

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#95 Mar 15, 2013
Reality Speaks wrote:
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she is single O Brilliant one.
perhaps she is a leach?
Being a housewife has never required a marriage license.

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Since: Dec 11

Columbus, OH

#96 Mar 15, 2013
Reality Speaks wrote:
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you are lying again.
bet you are glad your nose is not wooden and grew with each lie.
you would be able to build a section 8 complex from lumber chopped off your nose.
Where is the fricking arse hilarious icon?

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#97 Mar 15, 2013
Seriouslady wrote:
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I'm not interested in anything you have to say, Twister.
I stand by my statement that if there were no racial component to this, you would not be up on your soapbox. You use racism to incite and that does not serve the black community well. Most are on to it now.
No one on this earth knows what happened that night with the exception of Zimmerman. Let the courts and his creator handle it.
There really aren't a lot of black people reading here.

Bunch of the white folks are pretty incited, though.

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#98 Mar 15, 2013
GlitterSucks wrote:
<quoted text>Never said it was, never said it wasn't. Keep putting words in my mouth...then you wonder why people accuse you of being a skimmer and a twister. You kvetch when you think others interpret your words, but you're soooo good at doing that to others. Hypocrite. Ponder that.
Well, there are two possibilities.

Take a listen and then report back on what you think.

“Meh.”

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#99 Mar 15, 2013
FKA Reader wrote:
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Being a housewife has never required a marriage license.
I'll be married on Sunday, so I'll wait to see if they tag on any additional offers of a housewife license.

Really though, we have a cleaning lady pop through for a reason. I am not, nor will I ever be suited for homemaking. The very idea of being stuck at home all day with cleansers and pot roasts is a bit too close to my idea of hell.

I'm just thankful that he can cook.

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#100 Mar 15, 2013
Seriouslady wrote:
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Just what employers are looking for. A 30 year old 'career student' without any job or life experience.
So far as I can recall, tranps has had jobs and life experience. In fact, probably a bit more international experience than George picked up with his BA in international relations.

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Since: Dec 12

Hilliard, OH

#101 Mar 15, 2013
FKA Reader wrote:
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Being a housewife has never required a marriage license.
Without a marriage license, it's called being a maid, a concubine, a prostitute or a kept woman. Take your pick.

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Since: Dec 12

Hilliard, OH

#102 Mar 15, 2013
FKA Reader wrote:
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There really aren't a lot of black people reading here.
And you call us racists...

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