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General Issues / Neighbors from hell
« on: Oct 12, 2004, 12:25:09 PM »
I wrote a post about that last year.  Threaten to sue them for harassment and violating your civil rights.  That's what I had to do when we moved down to take care of my mom.  She had Alzheimer's and dementia.  The neighbor from hell, who moved in when I was 10, continually harassed us for 3 years, until I lost it and started screaming at the cops.

Get a lawyer.  Sue the living hell out of everyone involved.

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General Issues / Sue the hell out out of them
« on: Oct 10, 2004, 04:18:49 PM »
I let the local law enforcement know I was planning to sue for harassment, and before I knew it....pbfh across the street, moved!  Of course Torrance PD practically invented "Driving While Black", so they've had their butts sued numerous times.  Btw, I'm not black, but I'm low income.....living in the house that my dad bought in the mid fifties.

Attorneys are hyenas.....

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General Issues / RE: For Admin:
« on: Sep 30, 2004, 01:34:58 PM »
Good Idea.  I've recommended this site to several people, years ago.  I think a business card would be the way to go.  

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General Issues / RE: UPDATE
« on: Sep 29, 2004, 05:44:49 PM »
I'm happy to hear about your FIL's surgery outcome.  I'm sorry that someone decided not to share critical information with the family.  Pretty crappy attitude on her part....

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General Issues / You have prayers
« on: Sep 28, 2004, 07:03:43 PM »
I hope he's doing okay, since this was posted hours ago.  I'll pray for his full recovery.  Hang in there!

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General Issues / RE: I finally saw the police report
« on: Sep 23, 2004, 01:16:07 PM »
It's zero tolerance for under 21 in CA.  The driver was exactly one week away from her 21st birthday.  I think they changed it from .10 to .08 here also.   However, I spoke with her, and she knows that road.  It is famous for fatalities. She was doing 60 in a 55.  For the most part, it's a straight two lane country road, with no lights.

It all depends what kind of lawyer you have.  OJ walked, right?

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General Issues / I finally saw the police report
« on: Sep 23, 2004, 09:50:42 AM »
It doesn't say "reeking of alcohol".  The various personnel involved smelled alcohol on her breath, according to the report.  Anyone who has imbibed even a small amount of tequila knows that it won't go away.  The driver's BAC was .003.  I haven't had time to contact anyone, but it looks like her father is finally on board.  There is a possibility of a fifth driver.  This person could have hit them and took off, before anyone noticed.  Skid marks suggest this possibillity.  Jessica's insurance company is investigating the whole mess, and I told her that my girl will talk to them.  

I just have too much crap to take care of right now.  I finally got the computer debugged enough to access the internet :-(  

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General Issues / RE: Father's Rights protester
« on: Sep 14, 2004, 11:11:00 AM »
If she has an attitude about the Batman costume, I'd love to hear what her remarks about some of the protests that members of Free Republic have staged.

I don't go to the protests if there is a chance that I would have to drive home after dark.  My eyes aren't too good.  However,  there was a protest in Santa Monica, CA last month, and I really wish I could have been there.  It was a Kerry fundraiser, hosted by Tony Bennett.  We had one guy dressed up as the Grinch in a Santa outfit.  His sign said something like, "Kerry Tales...Christmas in Cambodia.  Ho ho ho Chi Minh".  There was another guy in a "Flipper" costume.  I think people were clapping flip flops.  It made the local news, and it was hysterically funny!  I will see if I can find the link for pics.

Fathers for justice obviously can't quite go that route.  I think that if any of us hear people like that DJ making disparinging remarks, then that radio/tv station should be flooded with calls and emails.  You're on the right track.  If your rant isn't mentioned, email and call the management.  Legally, you have a right to equal time.  Well, I think you do.  Who knows these days...

I'm on my way out of town, but I have some ideas that I would like to share with fathers for justice, regarding protests.  Well maybe someone is lurking, so I'll just type them here.  These are American rules, so different rules probably apply in other countries.  Get a permit.  Pick a target, such as a judge or legislator, or a law.  A specific court statement/ruling spelled out on a banner or large poster is very good.  Mind your manners, and use costumes at your own discretion.  You will catch shit from passerby's, so be aware and prepared.  A big crowd consisting of men, women, and children is ideal.  Recruit your relatives if you have to.

Your job is to bring public attention to your issue, and to change the laws...through public opinion.  If you do things like throwing flour filled condoms at the Prime Minister, climb Queen Elizabeth's balcony, or climb a bridge span, people will dismiss you as nuts, and more importantly give ammunition to the mother who is preventing your participation in your child's life.

I found the link to that protest rally.
http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1202265/posts?page=1,50

I apologize to any Democrats who click on the link.  I'm providing this as a "how to hold a rally" instructional.  Great poster ideas, also.

Btw:  Give that DJ a good verbal smack, Jilly :-)


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General Issues / RE: Anyone familiar with this website?
« on: Sep 14, 2004, 07:49:49 AM »
This is interesting. Hey, why not do it?  I don't see how you could get into trouble.

Let us know what happens.  If the group needs an attorney, I know one.  His name is John Edwards, and he has an impressive track record.  He'll be available November 3rd )(

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General Issues / RE: Father's Rights protester
« on: Sep 14, 2004, 07:26:55 AM »
They're really pushing it, aren't they?

I just realized that this isn't America, so maybe they don't have a right to purchase a permit to demonstrate.  They just showed a clip on the news a couple of seconds ago.  Heehee :-)

The art of political protest was explained to me a couple of years ago.  Stay away from negativity.  Work with the police/local law enforcement.  Make sure you have a permit.  Do not trespass on private property.  Assault is a huge no no.  Flour filled condoms didn't do these guys any good.  I love the idea of them dressing up as super heroes, though.  

I winced when one of the fathers was up on a bridge, protesting a while back.  The average person doesn't understand their frustration with the system.  They come off as aggressive nutcases.  There is a much more effective way to make their case in public.  Got to say that climbing up on Queen Elizabeth's front porch made the news over here.  They're getting publicity, let's hope they don't get jail time.

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