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  • Reddithetic

    Reddithetic

    March 10, 2015, 6:57 am

    Most states it does not matter. In the absence of a written contract you have a month to month agreement. Check w your housing authority. Affidavits from witnesses that she was seen living there and for how long also good. You have a case, you just need to do the legwork of preparing it. Have a party and videotape her accidentally admitting to having lived there for x amount of time and agreed to pay rent. The tape is probably admissable if she knows she's being taped- the tape can catch her if she's not expecting what it's for... use your noggin.

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  • alsoodani

    alsoodani

    March 10, 2015, 5:36 pm

    Yeah, in during the downtime. We are hanging out next to the Mississippi right now outside of the crowded area that is Bourbon Street. Calm, peaceful, and beautiful night. So I have time to respond. =)

    **Edit:** ALso, yeah one of my friends asked me who I was talking to. I told him it was some random dude, then they all made me show them what it was about. Strangely enough, because of this I found out one of my friend's girlfriend who is with us uses Reddit!

    Pretty weird, but it made for a funny conversation with my friends and a discovery of a fellow Redditor so I thank you!

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  • eclectro

    eclectro

    March 10, 2015, 12:24 pm

    I'm borrowing internet. I'm in this hole after illness and a hand injury (you know, that whole health care debate thing), trying to take care of my mother, and having skills in the manufacturing sector (electronics) which has been massacred by local companies laying off all their engineers (I'm a lowly tech).

    Beyond that, it's seems that nobody wants to make anything anymore here in the US or buy anything that's made. But other than that, I think your theory of never having enough money is essentially true.

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  • cairo140

    cairo140

    March 10, 2015, 6:39 pm

    The Republicans don't necessarily need to assume that the government will run it well for their argument to hold. Their argument, which I believe to be valid, holds so long as you assume that the government will allow the public option to run at a deficit or if the government allows special legislative provisions to make it easier for the public option to complete.

    The same phenomenon is especially prevalent in trade news. Often, one government will oppose free trade of a particular good because they feel that government subsidies provide an uncompetitive advantage to a foreign supplier. For instance, when America got angry at Canadian softwood lumber imports, they didn't do so because they believed that Canadian softwood companies were better than American companies and were outcompeting them. Americans opposed softwood lumber because the Canadian government was providing supply-end subsidies for the lumber.

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  • CamperBob

    CamperBob

    March 10, 2015, 9:33 pm

    Flame throwers: yes. You should, however, be liable for any collateral damage done while defending your home with a flame thrower.

    Grenades: yes. You should, however, be liable for any collateral damage done while defending your home with a grenade.

    Gun: yes. You should, however, be liable for any collateral damage done while defending your home with a gun.

    Tactical nuke: yes. Nobody will care to charge you with any collateral damage done while defending your home with a tactical nuke, because fuck it, you evidently have your own stash of nukes.

    Pointy stick: yes. You should, however, be liable for any collateral damage done while defending your home with a pointy stick.

    Land mine: yes. You should, however, have your head examined for mining your own driveway.

    Does that cover all of the contingencies you had in mind, or are you beginning to see an abstract principle at work?

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  • 0ttochauncey

    0ttochauncey

    March 10, 2015, 6:27 am

    The Roots have been mentioned. The Roots are pretty golden. There's not much they do wrong. I don't like anything by Aesop Rock after the Daylight EP. Which means I like Music for Earthworms, Labor Days, and the Daylight EP. Jung said Ulysses was the work of a psychotic. So are these albums. But they're good. The Black Album is so adeptly cheesy, it's impossible to dislike. You don't have to like Jay-Z, just the songs. Nothing surpasses 36 Chambers. I have a space in my heart for Bobby Digital. The RZA and the GZA are also excellent with Bill Murray in Jim Jarmusch's Coffee and Cigarettes.

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  • TheRedTornado

    TheRedTornado

    March 11, 2015, 9:31 am

    Me and my friends are on the way home from our 1 hour road trip to our favorite deli in LA -- Canters. It's around December - January so the sniffles are going around. We, of course, are manly bachelors so we don't carry sissy ass pocket tissues. My friend being extraordinarily resourceful proceeds to take off his sock and sneeze in it. I then exclaimed, "did you just sneeze in your sock?!" He calmly replied "Yes." And because many of us were raised with "decency" the rest of the car commented "Ohhhh gross..."

    Mere minutes later, I asked if I could borrow a sock. My friend obliged, because he was my best friend and that's what best friends do. I then sneezed in it.

    Also in the somethings in class I sneeze in to my hands, and if there is not tissues about I just rip a piece of notebook paper out and wipe my hands. Anyone else do this?

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  • dex1

    dex1

    March 11, 2015, 5:44 am

    Looks like at the minimum gingivitis (inflammation of gingiva, the mucosal layer of mouth "skin" surrounding the base of the tooth. Important questions to ask--any pain with heat/cold or chewing (possibly indicates alveolar (tooth i.e. deep) nerve involvement. If there is, he needs a dentist, and quick (within 3-5 days). Initial dental consultation is not expensive (100-200 dollars) and if he has no dental insurance, a local university/teaching dental institution is the way to go. Avoid the ER unless in excruciating pain or having systemic symptoms (headache, fever, lightheadedness, numbness/weakness, pain with mouth opening, fever).

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  • runforoffice

    runforoffice

    March 10, 2015, 4:45 pm

    Stop bitching and run for office. You don't have to be in any party to do this. When you get elected--you will, since your views mesh with what the disaffected voters want and they won't be voting for the Republocrats--you can say what you want, vote how you want, etc. Be the change you want to be.

    Edit: By the way, if you think health insurance was important please look up "Climate Change". If we don't get health insurance reform passed, maybe 44,000 excess deaths a year (to go with our hero of the day Grayson). If we don't deal with climate change NOW get ready for thousands of years of crappy hot earth and way way more death and destruction. Unlike insurance, for which the rest of the world can go "those poor Americans!", climate change will screw everyone, and the USA is pivotal in dealing with this mess. So stop bitching and start worrying about this shit coming down the pipe, cause it's already overflowing.

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  • AngMoKio

    AngMoKio

    March 11, 2015, 5:57 am

    The nice thing about 'public option' is you *can* do no harm by simply purchasing private insurance.

    The competition cuts both ways, keeps the private companies in line and the government in line also.

    And you are wrong or being disingenuous - quite a few countries out there have public option insurance (I live in one) and it works *very* well. It is probably more common then single payer in the world.

    FWIW - I agree with your assessment of Obama and Chicago style politics. I am not an Obama apologist.

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