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Mark Bennett
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I could be wrong, but it appears as if he's standing there with his buttocks clenched. That plus Super Lawyers. What could it mean?
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Thank you, Mark!
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Bogus demand letters compared to sovereign-citizen lawfare.
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Just read the Christopher Lo case. That was brilliant I wanted to add that the rationale makes even more sense when you consider how semiotics plays a role in it. Some links of interest: 1. http://www.orgsem.org/2013/ 2.http://lawofworld.blogspot.com/2009/07/call-for-papers.html 3. http://legalsemiotics.yolasite.com/ Suffice to say this was a good ruling in many ways. 4.
http://www.semiotics.net.cn/search_show.asp?id=1935
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That's good to see that some care about following the constitution. Please answer my question my son was recently charged mip in a small rural area. They found an empty sprite can within 10 feet of him off school ground property as he ran off property. They had a video of him with a sprite can on school grounds. The officer expressed it smelled like had alcohol and charged him with mip,bringing intoxicant on school property, and pi. He denied all allegations. I thought that the state would have to have some physical evidence to make a possession charge,is just the small enough to convict? County prosecutor is overzealous with someprevious political issues against me. 
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Your brain is a lot more powerful than you probably think. You have more control over your life—more choices—than you know. Hypnotherapy is about getting "think" and "know" (your conscious mind) out of the way and letting the powers of your unconscious mind work. I had unhealthy eating patterns that I was unable to change through sheer force of will, so I went to TC Lenormand for some help in reprogramming my behavior. I had experienced a trance state before, in the course of work and play, so I was familiar with the sensation of forgetting to think about what I'm doing and just doing it. What I hadn't done, however, was to have someone help me into this state intentionally and have a chat with my unconscious mind. I was a little wary at first—there was little online about TC—but TC is warm and smart, and I quickly became comfortable with him. After we chatted for a while about life and my issue, he guided me into a trance and talked for a while with my unconscious. It was stress-free, relaxing, and—if you'll forgive my lapsing into vagueness—generally cool. Afterwards he took time to ask about how I experienced the trance, and to talk with me about the theory. I didn't get exactly the result I was looking for after our first session. Change takes time. I set up a second session, and had a more precise idea of what would most help me. Again we talked for a while before I went into trance—rapport is key to the process, as you might imagine—again I went into a trance and TC visited with my unconscious, and again he debriefed me afterward. I was lucky that mine was not an intractable problem, so it took only two sessions with TC to tweak my behavior to my satisfaction. But the calm and peace that I felt each time when emerging from hypnosis were themselves worth the price of admission. I will definitely go back. If hypnosis is something that interests you, give TC a try.
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The Heights Hand Wash & Detail has gone through successively worse generations of management. I used to take my cars there regularly (I live around the corner) and they would do a very nice job, but last week I took my mom's Camry there for a $50 wash-and-wax. It didn't look waxed when I picked it up two hours later, but the guy said he'd waxed it, so I shrugged it off. When I got home and looked more closely (I was prepping the car to sell) there was a thick layer of grime on the roof. The inside of the windshield was filthy. The tires hadn't been detailed. Not only had they not waxed it, but I'm convinced that they didn't even wash it. Avoid at all costs.
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