March to FLETC in support of undocumented immigrants planned in Artesia

Aug 9, 2014 Full story: Carlsbad Current-Argus 210

Courtesy Photo Organizers hold a meeting to plan for the march to FLETC in support of the undocumented immigrants at a park in Artesia.

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NMx

Carlsbad, NM

#204 Aug 26, 2014
Guess Who wrote:
<quoted text>
PLENTY of us and not just Christians are just plain sick and tired of giving to those who feel it is theirs for the taking. BS!!! Go the FK home where ya belong. You are no longer wanted here. Cept by the slavers and the democraps for cheap labor and votes. The rest of us are tired of paying.
What r you taking about?
What r you paying for?
Th slavrs?
Go liv in another country
& you will know how th y liv.
Th ol country.
Th y r our ansstors whr w all
kom from.
.
Guess Who

Sterling, CO

#205 Aug 27, 2014
NMx wrote:
<quoted text>
What r you taking about?
What r you paying for?
Th slavrs?
Go liv in another country
& you will know how th y liv.
Th ol country.
Th y r our ansstors whr w all
kom from.
.
Whatever it is that is in your mouth spit it out!!! It isn't yours!!!
michi

Irving, TX

#206 Aug 27, 2014
betrayed wrote:
<quoted text>
The Army of course has translators and many poor immigrant are part of the army so translator is not necessary. But the bulk of the Army is not bi or trilingual. In Fallujah was typical for soldiers to kill civilians based on "miscommunication" and the "hand waiving" language meant different things to the Iraquies than to the Brits or American. In Vietnam, you needed the local for translation. In 1898, in the Philippines, you also needed translator. On average, your soldiers are deployed to fast to place they can't even adjust to the local culture (Ethiopia, etc.). The Army tries to have personnel living in areas where they may be deployed like the African Command in Africa or the Southern Command in Latin America, etc. so they are more informed of local customs and languages.
Omg!!!!! Get real!!! This isnt anything to do with or about war, army, ect.... it about what is happening inside of America and American culture being torn!!!!
Confucius

Carlsbad, NM

#209 Aug 28, 2014
betrayed wrote:
<quoted text>
Being torn? Most international trades done in English. UN and OAS meeting include English. Most scientific journals published in English. Your baseball, bastkeball, and other sports played in many countries. You burgers/cars sold worldwide. Most innovations and discoveries done in your country. Your armed forces are everywhere spreading your point of view and life around the world. You got bases everywhere. Embassies everywhere holding and selling your culture.
.
In other words, S**TH THE F**CK UP!!!
With your comment, you really sound like you agree and support socialist/communist or maybe radical islamists ideology, who seek on the demise of the United States of America by any means necessary. God Bless us all!

“A Nation of Legal Immigrants”

Level 8

Since: Nov 07

Lake City Florida,/ Nebraska

#210 Aug 29, 2014
betrayed wrote:
<quoted text>
Can somebody rescue this antelope. I am tire of bashing his head! See below!
Who uses how much? California water by the numbers
http://www.sanfranciscobay.sierraclub.org/yod...
County Gallons per capita per day
San Francisco 108.4 (the lowest, by far)
San Mateo 133.4
Marin 154.8
Contra Costa 172.0
Alameda 173.9
Napa 184.5
Los Angeles 185.0
Sacramento 260.9
Mono 471.6 (highest)
200 million acre-feet (MAF)- the volume of water California gets in an average
rainfall year (22.9 inches) from snow and rain, plus water imports from Oregon,
Colorado, and Mexico. About 50 - 60% of that evaporates, is absorbed and then
"exhaled" by plants (evapotranspiration), infiltrates the soil, or flows across
state lines, into inland salt sinks or the Pacific Ocean. The year 2000 was about
average for rainfall (97% of typical precipitation), making it a good reference
year; the following figures are from the Department of Water Resources (DWR) for
that year.
82 MAF - amount of water available to planners at DWR to allocate between human
uses and the environment:
39 MAF - used to meet environmental mandates for rivers, the Delta, and wetlands;
43 MAF - amount of water withdrawn from imports, surface water, groundwater, and
reused and recycled water for all human activities:
34 MAF - went to irrigated agriculture. Agricultural use varies considerably from
year to year. Generally more is needed in low rainfall years when less total
water is available;
9 MAF - went to "urban water use" - the water consumed by all residential,
institutional, commercial, and industrial activities - all human uses other than
agriculture. Total urban use has remained fairly steady. In 2000 urban water use
was further broken down as follows:
0.7 MAF - the industrial sector and energy production;
1.6 MAF - the commercial sector;
0.7 MAF - large landscape (commercial and institutional irrigation);
5.6 MAF - the residential sector, comprised of:
3.3 MAF - indoor residential (toilets, clotheswashers, and showers comprise the
largest volumes);
2.3 MAF - outdoor residential (landscape irrigation).
Per-capita urban water use
Water wasters are not found only in Southern California. Up and down the state,
per-capita water use is lower along the coast and dramatically higher inland.
This is directly related to climate differences. Inland residents may see this as
a justification for higher water consumption, but it should be remembered that
for many people, living in warmer, drier inland zones is a deliberate choice.
Living on large properties and cultivating water-needy landscaping are yet
further choices. These are based partly on culture and habit - the suburban
California vision of emerald-green lawns and swimming pools epitomizing the good
life that was cultivated and sold to us in the early 1900s.
It is time we stop chasing that outdated mirage. In other parts of the West, the
transformation is well under way. New Mexico has reduced residential water
consumption to 107 gallons per capita per day (gpcd) according to 2005 data from
the U.S. Geological Survey. That achievement - in a state that receives 33% less
precipitation than California - puts us to shame with our statewide average of
124 gpcd! By USGS calculations, overall 2005 U.S. average residential water
consumption was 98 gpcd

.
So there's not a drought in California?

From an article dated 4 years ago! lol.

http://www.sanfranciscobay.sierraclub.org/yod...
Little Richard complex

Saint Paul, MN

#211 Aug 29, 2014
betrayed wrote:
<quoted text>
Can somebody rescue this antelope. I am tire of bashing his head! See below!
Who uses how much? California water by the numbers
http://www.sanfranciscobay.sierraclub.org/yod...
County Gallons per capita per day
San Francisco 108.4 (the lowest, by far)
San Mateo 133.4
Marin 154.8
Contra Costa 172.0
Alameda 173.9
Napa 184.5
Los Angeles 185.0
Sacramento 260.9
Mono 471.6 (highest)
200 million acre-feet (MAF)- the volume of water California gets in an average
rainfall year (22.9 inches) from snow and rain, plus water imports from Oregon,
Colorado, and Mexico. About 50 - 60% of that evaporates, is absorbed and then
"exhaled" by plants (evapotranspiration), infiltrates the soil, or flows across
state lines, into inland salt sinks or the Pacific Ocean. The year 2000 was about
average for rainfall (97% of typical precipitation), making it a good reference
year; the following figures are from the Department of Water Resources (DWR) for
that year.
82 MAF - amount of water available to planners at DWR to allocate between human
uses and the environment:
39 MAF - used to meet environmental mandates for rivers, the Delta, and wetlands;
43 MAF - amount of water withdrawn from imports, surface water, groundwater, and
reused and recycled water for all human activities:
34 MAF - went to irrigated agriculture. Agricultural use varies considerably from
year to year. Generally more is needed in low rainfall years when less total
water is available;
9 MAF - went to "urban water use" - the water consumed by all residential,
institutional, commercial, and industrial activities - all human uses other than
agriculture. Total urban use has remained fairly steady. In 2000 urban water use
was further broken down as follows:
0.7 MAF - the industrial sector and energy production;
1.6 MAF - the commercial sector;
0.7 MAF - large landscape (commercial and institutional irrigation);
5.6 MAF - the residential sector, comprised of:
3.3 MAF - indoor residential (toilets, clotheswashers, and showers comprise the
largest volumes);
2.3 MAF - outdoor residential (landscape irrigation).
Per-capita urban water use
Water wasters are not found only in Southern California. Up and down the state,
per-capita water use is lower along the coast and dramatically higher inland.
This is directly related to climate differences. Inland residents may see this as
a justification for higher water consumption, but it should be remembered that
for many people, living in warmer, drier inland zones is a deliberate choice.
Living on large properties and cultivating water-needy landscaping are yet
further choices. These are based partly on culture and habit - the suburban
California vision of emerald-green lawns and swimming pools epitomizing the good
life that was cultivated and sold to us in the early 1900s.
It is time we stop chasing that outdated mirage. In other parts of the West, the
transformation is well under way. New Mexico has reduced residential water
consumption to 107 gallons per capita per day (gpcd) according to 2005 data from
the U.S. Geological Survey. That achievement - in a state that receives 33% less
precipitation than California - puts us to shame with our statewide average of
124 gpcd! By USGS calculations, overall 2005 U.S. average residential water
consumption was 98 gpcd.
LOL....You are a delusional SOB masquerading as an intellectual. Obviously you have an inferiority complex and feel the need to be an anonymous cyber bully. You are not fooling anyone.
NMx

Carlsbad, NM

#212 Aug 29, 2014
Confucius wrote:
<quoted text>
With your comment, you really sound like you agree and support socialist/communist or maybe radical islamists ideology, who seek on the demise of the United States of America by any means necessary. God Bless us all!
Th buring of th zozobra. What?

“A Nation of Legal Immigrants”

Level 8

Since: Nov 07

Lake City Florida,/ Nebraska

#216 Aug 29, 2014
betrayed wrote:
<quoted text>
No! The question was "the destruction of the US culture" asked by a previous as**hole! The as88holes was trying to say that the latest immigration wave to the US is destroying the US Culture. And that is simply GARBAGE. All second generation and later assimilate and support the US culture. But based on your answer, you seemed brainwash into thinking that "selfcriticism" must be antiUS! Go and climb my tube!
Link or source??
Guess Who

Sterling, CO

#218 Aug 30, 2014
betrayed wrote:
<quoted text>
Does drought changes underground water supply or the demand for water? You must be receiving SSI for mental disability! The Sierra Nevada has less snow accumulation (a source of water) and California has huge agriculture economy that drinks water. Drought simply means less water available but the demand continues so the data from previous years is good guide as to how water is consumed in California. But idiots can't be even read a statistical report. Your correlation between drought (which means supply) and illegal aliens IS AS STRANGE AS THE FART THREW YOU INTO THIS WORLD!!! ANOTHER SMACK ON YOUR FACE! I'LL BASH YOUR HOLE ANYTIME AND I WILL DO WHAT I PLEASE WITH YOUR HOLE!!!
My dog wants you to do what you did with his hole last time again!!! He said your are the best rimmer in the world!!!
Guess Who

Sterling, CO

#219 Aug 30, 2014
betrayed wrote:
<quoted text>
And you are fooling yourself! I told you to keep polishing my pipe and swallow every drop! Don't forget to wipe the urine cheese around my tip!
You do not have a pipe remember? YOU ARE A PUSSEY!!! Don't forget DONKEY WAD!!!
Carlsbad Resident

Hobbs, NM

#220 Aug 30, 2014
Don't these dumbass kids have school? jeeez!
Guess Who

Sterling, CO

#225 Aug 30, 2014
betrayed wrote:
<quoted text>
Who do you think baise tu mere's le trou de balle and you end up farting in this thread?
Breathe deep and suffocate GREAZER!!!
Guess Who

Sterling, CO

#228 Aug 30, 2014
betrayed wrote:
<quoted text>
Believe, Je defoncer le cul au tu mere!!!! I'm the one who did your mama in!!!
You and RICOTE should get together. Save us from having to pay attention to your BS!!! Think of the hours of fun you two could have exploring each other!!!
guess who

Sterling, CO

#230 Aug 30, 2014
betrayed wrote:
<quoted text>
Son, my pipe can repolish your hemorrhoids
Only thing you know about hemorrhoids is how much you are paid to remove them with your teeth DONKEY WAD!!! Pay almost as much as you get for BOIL removal!!! No doubt in my mind that you are a RUMP ranger!!! A butthole banditto without equal!!!

Level 9

Since: Aug 08

.

#232 Aug 30, 2014
guess who wrote:
<quoted text>
Only thing you know about hemorrhoids is how much you are paid to remove them with your teeth DONKEY WAD!!! Pay almost as much as you get for BOIL removal!!! No doubt in my mind that you are a RUMP ranger!!! A butthole banditto without equal!!!
Call him a turd-burglar, or better yet, a doughnut-puncher.
guess who

Sterling, CO

#233 Aug 30, 2014
Commander Bunny wrote:
<quoted text>Call him a turd-burglar, or better yet, a doughnut-puncher.
Poop disturber!!!
NMx

Carlsbad, NM

#236 Sep 1, 2014
betrayed wrote:
<quoted text>
No! The question was "the destruction of the US culture" asked by a previous as**hole! The as88holes was trying to say that the latest immigration wave to the US is destroying the US Culture. And that is simply GARBAGE. All second generation and later assimilate and support the US culture. But based on your answer, you seemed brainwash into thinking that "selfcriticism" must be antiUS! Go and climb my tube!
Assimilat is military.
Or mayb Russian.
Rpublikan is Russian.
W r Amrikans.
guess who

Sterling, CO

#237 Sep 1, 2014
NMx wrote:
<quoted text>
Assimilat is military.
Or mayb Russian.
Rpublikan is Russian.
W r Amrikans.
Most are logical. U R RETARD

“A Nation of Legal Immigrants”

Level 8

Since: Nov 07

Lake City Florida,/ Nebraska

#238 Sep 1, 2014
betrayed wrote:
<quoted text>
One more time:
Drought means lack of supply (no rain or snow accumulation if you have mountains). Drought may affect the demand but consumer behavior, agriculture, industry, and wildlife/environment needs are hard to change!!!! So a previous report does give a good guidance as to consumption patterns!!!!
So what was the population in California 4 years ago and now because that does effect the consumption pattern you're talking about.

“A Nation of Legal Immigrants”

Level 8

Since: Nov 07

Lake City Florida,/ Nebraska

#240 Sep 2, 2014
betrayed wrote:
<quoted text>

Message 206
betrayed wrote:
<quoted text>

The Army of course has translators and many poor immigrant are part of the army so translator is not necessary. But the bulk of the Army is not bi or trilingual. In Fallujah was typical for soldiers to kill civilians based on "miscommunication" and the "hand waiving" language meant different things to the Iraquies than to the Brits or American. In Vietnam, you needed the local for translation. In 1898, in the Philippines, you also needed translator. On average, your soldiers are deployed to fast to place they can't even adjust to the local culture (Ethiopia, etc.). The Army tries to have personnel living in areas where they may be deployed like the African Command in Africa or the Southern Command in Latin America, etc. so they are more informed of local customs and languages.
Omg!!!!! Get real!!! This isnt anything to do with or about war, army, ect.... it about what is happening inside of America and American culture being torn!!!!

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