An infantile spectacle

An infantile spectacle

There are 303 comments on the Politico story from Jan 16, 2013, titled An infantile spectacle. In it, Politico reports that:

President Barack Obama set a new standard Wednesday for stupidly exploitative White House events by appearing onstage with children to unveil his gun control proposals.

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#148 Jan 20, 2013
duzitreallymatter wrote:
<quoted text> When you loan something out there is EXPRESS consent.
keep thinking... try to make it to a conclusion...

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#149 Jan 20, 2013
duzitreallymatter wrote:
When you loan something out there is EXPRESS consent.
NOt all loans are made with expressed consent my dear.

I cannot help you do not know enough to be able to distinguish the difference between expressed consent and implied consent.

If you leave your wallet on your desk and you let it be known that anyone can borrow what money they need as long as they pay it back, if someone comes in and takes a twenty, you are not giving him expressed permission because you haven't spoken a word to him. You give him implied permission.

If you leave your keys in the car, now do pay attention- you are giving implied permission for anyone to use your car (let's say in most states).

Get a dictionary- a law diction, e.g., Black's- and look it up.

Since: Nov 11

Salt Lake City, UT

#150 Jan 20, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
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I cannot help you no speakie the English.
You keep working on the GED, though.
I obviously speaks much more goodlier english than you. More importantly I can apparently read definitions much more goodlier than you do.

Oh please, compare and contrast Express Consent with/to Implied Consent. Specifically, as it pertains to when Person B has unfettered access to something that Person A owns.

Since: Nov 11

Salt Lake City, UT

#151 Jan 20, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
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NOt all loans are made with expressed consent my dear.
BF2626 : "NOt all loans are made with expressed consent my dear."

Please give just one example of loaning something to someone NOT being express consent.

BF2626: "If you leave your wallet on your desk and you let it be known that anyone can borrow what money they need as long as they pay it back..."

You just gave express consent to borrow the money.

You are finally right. In SOME states leaving keys in a car can be implied consent.

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#152 Jan 20, 2013
duzitreallymatter wrote:
<quoted text>I obviously speaks much more goodlier english than you..
Clearly you are three steps behind.

Do let me know when you get up to the difference between implied and expressed consent. Start with looking up the word "expressed".

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#153 Jan 20, 2013
duzitreallymatter wrote:
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BF2626 : "NOt all loans are made with expressed consent my dear."
Please give just one example of loaning something to someone NOT being express consent.
Already did.

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#154 Jan 20, 2013
duzitreallymatter wrote:
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BF2626 : "NOt all loans are made with expressed consent my dear."
Please give just one example of loaning something to someone NOT being express consent.
PS: EXPRESSED...

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#155 Jan 20, 2013
duzitreallymatter wrote:
You just gave express consent to borrow the money.
.
Nope.

Expressed means: to put into WORDS (or in some cases, gestures, e.g., nod your head).

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#156 Jan 20, 2013
duzitreallymatter wrote:
You are finally right. In SOME states leaving keys in a car can be implied consent.
I'm not the one running through the housing complex trying to catch up, my dear.

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#157 Jan 20, 2013
duzitreallymatter wrote:
Oh please, compare and contrast Express Consent with/to Implied Consent.
Already did.

Maybe if you opened the window and let the air and your head clear out for say 30 minutes?
Well

Huntsville, AL

#158 Jan 20, 2013
duzitreallymatter wrote:
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When you loan something out there is EXPRESS consent.

.
she got it back.

Since: Nov 11

Salt Lake City, UT

#159 Jan 20, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
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PS: EXPRESSED...
CONSENT. An agreement to something proposed, and differs from assent.(q.v.) Wolff, Ins. Nat. part 1, SSSS 27-30; Pard. Dr. Com. part 2, tit. 1, n. 1, 38 to 178. Consent supposes, 1. a physical power to act; 2. a moral power of acting; 3. a serious, determined, and free use of these powers. Fonb. Eq. B; 1, c. 2, s. 1; Grot. de Jure Belli et Pacis, lib. 2, c. 11, s. 6.
2. Consent is either express or implied. Express, when it is given viva voce, or in writing; implied, when it is manifested by signs, actions, or facts, or by inaction or silence, which raise a presumption that the consent has been given.

http://legal-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com...

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Salt Lake City, UT

#160 Jan 20, 2013
Well wrote:
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she got it back.
Ubetcha!

Since: Nov 11

Salt Lake City, UT

#161 Jan 20, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
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PS: EXPRESSED...
Apparently either/or

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Salt Lake City, UT

#162 Jan 20, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
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Nope.
Expressed means: to put into WORDS (or in some cases, gestures, e.g., nod your head).
In your own example the wallet layer "you let it be known that anyone can borrow what money they need" just gave express consent. "...put into WORDS..."

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Salt Lake City, UT

#163 Jan 20, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
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Already did.
Maybe if you opened the window and let the air and your head clear out for say 30 minutes?
Not hardly.
I just

Huntsville, AL

#164 Jan 20, 2013
expressed, but blamed it on the pooch.

Since: Nov 11

Salt Lake City, UT

#165 Jan 20, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
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I'm not the one running through the housing complex trying to catch up, my dear.
I hope to God you are not a public defender. NONE of your "captive audience" would ever have a chance.

Judge: "Did your client give express consent or was it implied"
BF2626 "Budeebeddebedee, DUHHHH! Yes, No, Yes, MAYBE!!!!!"

“Hillary, thirty years of lying”

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#166 Jan 20, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
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Thing is, Dumbo, the coroner's report are- and this is the tricky part- from the coroner, Dr. H. Wayne Carver, not from the National Enquirer.
"NEWTOWN, Conn.--Dr. H. Wayne Carver, the medical examiner investigating Friday's massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School, said autopsies completed on 20 children and six adults on Saturday showed they were killed with multiple bullets fired by a rifle at close range."
Yes, and the following reports that say say he lied. You lose again.

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#167 Jan 20, 2013
duzitreallymatter wrote:
<quoted text>CONSENT. An agreement to something proposed, and differs from assent
I'm not the one confused, Dutz.

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