> So you are an Attorney?
No, just an avid reader, and a frog farmer.
> I travel as "a matter of right" without a license.
Good for you!
> But I do carry my license when I "drive" on public roads - not required on
> private roads.
So, are you an "operator", or a "chauffeur"?
> I can even travel over the borders into another country
> without a passport.
Me too. Why do most people think it requires a passport?
Maybe for the same reason people assume everyone needs a
> It's not my government that prevents it, nor would I let
> them, but the people in other nations that feel I might be a security
What do you do about people in this country who might feel
you are a security threat? Nobody has prevented me from
traveling without a passport, either here or in other
countries. I don't really care what people "feel" about me,
especially if they don't even know me.
> If you have some magical power with the enforcers,
Enforcers of what? Or do you mean "wise guys" like are
portrayed on The Sopranos TV show?
> can tangle them
> up with your word games,
Called English and its rules of grammar?
> pay off a judge
Can't find any of those for years now. The last one I met I
caught committing a felony and had him investigated.
> or in some way think you have, and
> can convince them you have, a "Title of Nobility", go for it.
No, I'm against those Titles of Nobility. The whole concept
is a crock if you ask me.
> I, presonally, respect the Law as long as it is enforced equally.
Ever hear of the concept of "lawful status"? The same law
can treat persons of different status differently.
> interest is not in equal enforcement against the Human Person and/or Citizen
> on an individual basis. I don't have time for that and don't get paid for
What do you have time and get paid for?
> So please feel free to share with me your successes.
I've been living free for over 20 years now, since I learned
about the concept. I've won all the cases I've had (8).
> My interest is in
> equal enforcement against public servants (bureacrats, police, judges,
Where are you that you can still find these? All the ones I
think I find later prove to be impersonators. Impersonation
of an officer where I live is a felony.
> That is to hold them accountable to the Law.
I let them off with a stern warning, since there's nobody
left to prosecute them for me and I don't have the time to
fuss with it.
> Also Attorneys because
> they are, by their license to "practice" law, quasi-public servants.
I wish things here were like things wherever you are - here
the people calling themselves attorneys don't have the
license that the local law requires.
> course, if you are not "licensed" you are free to give your opinions to any
> who want to listen and they are free to give you a donation in exchange.
A donation in exchange? That's sounds like a contradiction
to me. Isn't a donation something given without an
exchange? I appreciate all donations, which are few and far
between. And I rarely share my opinions.
> Thank you for sharing your opinions.
Such as which one?
> I truly do appreciate it even if I may
> disagree. I enjoy word games for entertainment purposes. It is my hobby as
Then I may assume that you use words as they suit you, and
if you get the results you want, all is well.
I used to question the use of certain words, and spent years
in court, after arranging to get myself prosecuted (the
cheapest easiest way to get there). I never was convicted,
except once where they said I was, but later said the
charges were dismissed after I filed an appeal to a higher
court. The higher court never did get to hear the appeal,
since at the last moment, the "charges" were "dismissed".
Have you ever heard of charges being dismissed by the lower
court AFTER the same court said someone was convicted? That
still baffles me.
Of course, that was back before I knew about the "sham
proceedings" that are locally put on for the "true
believers" who cling to the belief that things are "as seen
on TV". For all I know, at the time the neighbors who were
having fun with me were not public servants, as I discovered
to my surprise years later. I've been trying to determine
when things changed, from having real public servants to
having public pretenders, and as of now (here's an opinion
for you) it was around the time of the War of Northern
Oh, BTW, I don't use words to be "above the law" - I use
them to be above the will of the servants of corporations.
Thanks for trying to understand.