- Congratulations! You won the prize. You were able to include more buzzwords that mean a lot to you and me but absolutely nothing at all to those readingMessage 1 of 3 , Nov 2, 2009View SourceCongratulations! You won the prize. You were able to include more buzzwords that mean a lot to you and me but absolutely nothing at all to those reading this, than anyone in history. And I will bet that it accomplished nothing for you.
I would suggest that next time you use words that make sense to the so-called authorities, and that you cut it to one-third. The idiot bureaucrats that you want to read this cannot read this. It is too long, has too many rabbit trails and irrelevant statements, and it is designed to teach rather than bring about an action.
You are right, but your proclamation will not win it for you.
--- In email@example.com, "Jerry" <farm_stone@...> wrote:
> To 19000 homes in Hillsdale County Mich. Tip-off advertiser.
> Pursuant to:
> Hillsdale County Public Record/Instrument
> numbers 460124, 460125 and 460127, Liber
> 1382 Pages 0516, 0525 and 0535 and actions by
> the Court in the Matter of 4770 Genesee Road
> (Issue A); and;
> Hillsdale County Public Record Liber 1364
> Page 0868 and Liber 1365 Page 0873 in the matter
> of the exercise of use of the Public Right of
> Way (Issue B):
> We, "Jerry James Stanton" of, Care of 4340
> South Allen Road, Allen, Michigan, and "Duane
> James Stanton" Care of 4770 Genesse Road,
> Jonesville, Michigan, both being over the age of
> 21, a Sovereign Elector Freemen (Evert Romein
> v. General Motors Corporation, 462 N.W.2d 555,
> 436 Mich. 515 (1990) Brickley, J. (concurring)
> of the organic "The State of Michigan" (1835),
> with all Rights of Man secured pursuant to the
> constitutional concept of, and Right to, a Republican
> form of government limited by OUR UNALIENABLE
- ... With myself being an idiot in the original Greek sense, and not the Roman or modern sense, I would prefer that you identify the impersonatingMessage 2 of 3 , Nov 3, 2009View SourceDave wrote:
> The idiot bureaucrats that you want to read this cannot read this.With myself being an idiot in the original Greek sense, and not the
Roman or modern sense, I would prefer that you identify the
impersonating paycheck-anticipators as "morons" or possibly "imbeciles".
Thank you for all of us idiots out here.
I too liked that at least an attempt was made. That it was designed to
teach was evident, but it assumed both an understanding of English and a
bit of curiosity on the part of the reader, something he probably had a
slim chance of achieving what with the current condition of the public
offices wherever one may be found. "Musical Chairs" played by commies
rushing to find a seat still available, anticipating bigger and bigger
paychecks because Americans as a whole have no clue to this new game.