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Overlords can ignore the law and break it as they see fit. Watcha gonna do about it?

"Under Barack Obama, the weaponized IRS has been transformed into a crime syndicate far worse than anything dreamt of by pinstriped Model-T gangsters — because Al Capone and Meyer Lansky did not have the full force of the federal government behind them."

http://www.nationalreview.com/article/440246/irs-commissioner-john-koskinen-criminal-belongs-prison
That evidence did not destroy itself.
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Start up your mobile eatery with a customized food truck. Here are 15 things you'll want to consider.
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A Visual Time Lapse Tribute to the Past 103 Years of Iconic Hairstyles, Shown Decade by Decade
Vanity Fair paid visual tribute to some of the most iconic hairstyles from the past 103 years, shown decade by decade. Included were such hairdos as the “Gibson Girl”, “Victory Ro…
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Repeat after me...I am free. :/
 
For the crime of not getting permission from government overlords
Details: http://bit.ly/2aRUYiV
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Could Eating Honey Be A Form Of Microbial Time Travel? http://rgn.bz/PuR2

Did you know that there are billions of years of biological information encoded within your cells, and that depending on what you do or do not eat, the information is activated or remains latent?

It is a biological fact that the distant past is embedded within the present. No one could have described this more aptly and tangibly than Thich Nhat Han when he said:

If you look deeply into the palm of your hand, you will see your parents and all generations of your ancestors. All of them are alive in this moment. Each is present in your body. You are the continuation of each of these people.”

The germline cells within our bodies (sperm and ovum) represent a quasi-immortal and unbroken biological thread tying us all back, through an almost infinite number of cell replications, to LUCA. These germline cells represent, against all odds, the resilience of biological systems to persist through incalculably vast stretches of time and innumerable vectors of adversity.

They are “deathless” relative to somatic cells in that their biological information has been passed down from generation to generation for billions of years without interruption, and that will continue to be passed forward within the successfully conceived progeny of all the species inhabiting this planet today.

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Materials: Stolmen shoe rack (110 cm), Stolmen suspension fitting (or end fitting), Vika Adils leg + wheel paint Description: I came over two Pioneer CDJ-850 a while ago. Due to lack of space I soon realized I needed some kind of shelf for the cd-players. As the original Pioneer installation plates and arms would end [&hellip
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One of the things that always tends to surprise me is how differently I edit images that were taken with my phone versus images that were taken with my DSL
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How an oppressive Middle Eastern country led to everybody’s iPhones getting a security update.
How an oppressive Middle Eastern country led to everybody’s iPhones getting a security update.
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New discoveries about phase change memory show it can switch at picosecond scales -- theoretically opening the door to a DRAM replacement thousands of times faster than our current memory technology.
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aUDIOMIND Is An Assimilated Electronic Music Artist, Graphic Designer, Web Developer, Event Photographer, All Your Bass R Belong to Me Connoisseur, Freelancing Entrepreneur, and irregular ole 'head in the clouds' kind of guy. He is more than meets the eye!
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Where do I start? My family and I generally primitive camp along the countless beautiful forest roads in the NC mtns and have a great time away from the crowds and noise. For the long July 4th weekend, we decided to upgrade and find a more established campground and take advantage of a bath house and river location, still tent camping. We first attempted to find a place at Mills River Campground, only to be stopped at the entrance (no host stall or anything, just someone standing at the bridge) to ask what we were doing? Not sure why it's necessary to divulge the obvious, but we obliged in conversation. Afterwards, we were literally followed around as we scouted out available spots. It was quite disturbing to see these folks take their camp host jobs far too seriously, to the point of not leaving our side until we exited the campground as if we were up to no good. One rule in customer service, never treat your potential patrons like criminals. Thanks, but no thanks. We then headed over to Davidson River Campground, which appears to be much larger and closer to the river. We expected it to be busy, but we were ok with it. Once we pulled into the campground the host folks at the entrance stall had signs up and cones stopping anyone from actually entering. When we asked if we could look around, we were abruptly told "No". Huh? Assuming we heard incorrectly, we again asked if we could view the campground to see if it would suit our needs. This older gentleman(sic) mentioned that they were around 85% full and had spots available, but we could not view them, but could indeed pay and find out later if the space is awful. At that point we were like WTF? Why, we asked. To which he grunted/mumble something under his breath that was inappropriate, so we backed up and left. We don't need this kind of treatment to sleep on the ground. It ain't the Hilton. We eventually found a suitable spot in a primitive area off 276, just as we always do. Content with the basic amenities close by...creek water. ;) On our last day, as we were headed out of the Brevard area, we decided to check back in with the Davidson Campground, assuming we had simply previously met with a disgruntled and privileged federal govco worker who didn't care to appropriately serve his customers. We pulled up to their locked down makeshift gate and again asked if we could view the campground for a possible future visit. This time we encountered an older lady, with much the same demeanor as the earlier guy. She proceeded to go into what is probably the common intro to visitors and mentions a $5 fee? Huh? Fee for what? Yes, a (refundable, I presume) $5 fee to simply drive in and view the campground. What kind of nonsensical bureaucratic mess is this? We simply want to look, not partake in obvious nefarious activities with 3 children. Give me a break. Thanks, but no thanks. Let me ask you, my dear reader? If this is what our taxpayer funded parks system have turned into, a bureacratic nightmare accompanied with horrid customer service, simply to sleep on the ground, imagine how bad it must be in more formal taxpayer funded settings. Never again. We will stick to the tried and true method and not deal with govco employees who have better things to do than actually create a remarkable experience for their nature loving guests.
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