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Southern Pines, NC

moving to southern pines area

Does anyone have any suggestions as far as nice neighborhoods, apartments, schools, etc? Thanks!  (Jun 17, 2009 | post #1)

Immigration Reform

A grim summer routine in Arizona's deadly desert

James Neil aka Kneil Scott, is that you?  (Sep 7, 2007 | post #14)

Immigration Reform

Immigrants Tell Country to 'Listen Up'

It was a joke, stupid. This is ridiculous. I can usually carry on a conversation/debate/argument whatever without having to resort to name-calling, but you people are so utterly dense that its mind numbing just trying to talk to you. It's over, I'm done. I've got to get away from you people before there are lasting effects. Those of you that have been on here for ages, its no wonder your brains have turned to goo.  (Jul 1, 2007 | post #958)

Illegal immigrants speak out on plan

Very well said, like all your posts usually are...I wish I had your self-restraint, lol. The people on these forums are great for pushing my buttons and then I catch myself stooping to their level of name-calling and throwing insults around. Another thing that is extremely dangerous is the dumbing down factor. I strongly believe that ignorance is contagious; is there any way to stop them from spreading it further?  (Jul 1, 2007 | post #1276)

Immigration Reform

Immigrants Tell Country to 'Listen Up'

You act like its some big shameful secret, being undocumented. Get a life. I'm not hiding from anybody, and my husband sure as hell isn't either. Our neighbors know, our friends know, my whole family knows, even the local police know. Our community is behind us, undocumented or not, because we are good people. Why don't you let the people around you find out how racist and hypocritical you are and see how fast they run you out of town?  (Jul 1, 2007 | post #940)

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Immigrants Tell Country to 'Listen Up'

Its "low" that I admit my husband came here illegally? No. What's low is a group of morons jumping all over a bunch of hype about illegal immigration while trying to convince the rest of the world that they aren't a bunch of racist rednecks on a power trip. How is it "low" that I come right out and say the truth about how my husband got here when all of you cowards out there can't even own up to being the racist pigs that you are? A spoiled, selfish, egotistical, racist, coward hiding behind a computer screen...THAT'S LOW!  (Jul 1, 2007 | post #939)

Immigration Reform

Immigrants Tell Country to 'Listen Up'

Maybe if you sound out the hard words, or use a dictionary, you'll be able to understand the definition of a terrorist threat. If you still don't get it, try using a children's dictionary to look up the words. Oh, and btw, we don't listen to cheesy white rap music from the eighties, I'll take Montez de Durango or Diana Reyes over the crap you people listen to any day. Oh, wait, now I get it! You mean Ice as in Immigration and Customs Enforcement! Gee, aren't ya'll so clever and witty! Tell ICE that I said bring it on, my husband has nothing to worry about, you bunch of pathetic, inbred, half-witted creeps!  (Jul 1, 2007 | post #938)

Immigration Reform

Immigrants Tell Country to 'Listen Up'

Wow, that was productive and intelligent. What do you think people who read this are going to believe? That you can accurately describe someone you have never seen; or that you have run out of legitimate thoughts but just can't shut up?  (Jul 1, 2007 | post #934)

Immigration Reform

Immigrants Tell Country to 'Listen Up'

|Never mind, I did it for you- The definition of making a terrorist threat...from LegalMatch.com What Exactly Does "Making a Terrorist Threat" Mean? The crime of "making a terrorist threat" is a recent creation enacted at both the state and federal levels after the terrorist attacks of 9/11. It is a very general law that can be used to prosecute terrorists, but has been used far more often to prosecute situations involving domestic violence, hate crimes, bomb threats, and school violence. Indeed, in many states, the term "terrorist " has been amended to mean simply "criminal. " Although the exact definition varies from state to state, generally one makes a terrorist threat if one threatens to commit a violent crime for the purpose of terrorizing another or of causing public panic. Some states laws are very narrow, meaning the threat must be very specific and direct, while other states adapt a looser approach, allowing even negligently made threats to be prosecutable. What are the Elements of a "Terrorist Threat?" The most commonly used definition of a terrorist or criminal threat has five elements: Someone willfully threatens to commit a crime that will result in death or great bodily harm. This means that the threat obviously has to be of a highly dangerous nature. Threatening to slash someones tires, for instance, would probably not be sufficient. However, the threat can be made in any medium, written, orally, or electronically transmitted. The threat was made with the specific intent that it be taken as a threat. Although this certainly seems like a redundant sentence, it is meant to convey that the threat is a crime even if there is no actual intent to carry it out. The only intent you need is the intent to make the threat itself. So if you threaten to blow up a school, you will still be guilty of this crime even if you are completely unarmed and have no means of accomplishing this at all. The threat is so unequivocal, unconditional, and specific as to convey a gravity of purpose and immediate prospect of execution. This extremely complicated sounding sentence is very important to the law, so let's break it down. Remember you must satisfy ALL of these requirements. Unequivocal: This means that the threat must be a direct statement of what you WILL do, as opposed to CAN do (i.e. "I could be the next man to blow up the federal building" does NOT count). Unconditional: This word is very bizarrely used here, because the courts have directly held that conditional threats ("If you touch me again I'll kill you") DO qualify. It is a gray area, but presumably, the fewer conditions used, the more likely the court will rule that it is a threat. Specific: The threat cannot be vague ("if you don't give me a million dollars, something bad will happen"). The threat actually caused fear in the victim. People must actually believe your threat for you to be arrested for it. The fear was reasonable. If you said that you are going to blow up the White House with your spaceship, it is unlikely that any reasonable person could take this seriously. E  (Jul 1, 2007 | post #932)

Immigration Reform

Immigrants Tell Country to 'Listen Up'

Guess what? Your boyfriend is a terrorist. No, I'm not kidding. Go look up the definition of "making a terrorist threat". My husband's misdemeanor has nothing on your boyfriend...who should be locked up for stupidity alone. You've got a lot of nerve sitting up there on your high horse judging my husband when you're walking around with the village idiot. The fact that you blurted it out like its something to be proud of is hilarious. Ever heard Bill Engvall's comedy? Well somebody needs to put a stupid sign on your boyfriend before he's allowed out in public.  (Jul 1, 2007 | post #931)

Immigration Reform

Immigrants Tell Country to 'Listen Up'

It's my husband, dork, and yeah he did...Its called sugar.  (Jul 1, 2007 | post #923)

Inside The Economics Of Illegal Immigration

Now who's trolling?  (Jun 30, 2007 | post #5)

La fea mas bella

Que paso en final de La Fea Mas Bella?  (Jun 30, 2007 | post #1)

Mexicans fear U.S. immigration plan

Well for that I do apologize, I didn't realize the forums were linked that way...So much for seperation! Let's just agree to disagree and I will try to keep our paths/posts from crossing.  (Jun 30, 2007 | post #4492)

para espanol oprima aqui

para ingles, que vas por el otro foro! Porque es el foro de Mexico!  (Jun 30, 2007 | post #1)