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  1. Re: 60 Days In Prison And A $12,180 Fine For Hosting A Home Bible Study In Arizona

    Administrative process. You enforce your contracts the same way they enforce theirs. It is the same system for everyone.

    Why do you suppose North Carolina coppicemen were advised to not keep...
  2. Re: 60 Days In Prison And A $12,180 Fine For Hosting A Home Bible Study In Arizona

    Believe it or not quite a few policy-men have a gut feeling about when they have cemented their jurisdiction. I doubt if they recognize it as contract although it undoubtedly is. If you ask for...
  3. Re: 60 Days In Prison And A $12,180 Fine For Hosting A Home Bible Study In Arizona

    I expect you will be able to find examples where pure animal rage exceeds a policy-man's ability to reason. If you ask for mercy and they don't agree to YOUR offer (going silent being dishonorable)...
  4. Re: 60 Days In Prison And A $12,180 Fine For Hosting A Home Bible Study In Arizona

    Maybe it's me but I didn't see any beating in the video.
  5. Re: 60 Days In Prison And A $12,180 Fine For Hosting A Home Bible Study In Arizona

    You could stop them in an instant by asking for mercy.
  6. Re: 60 Days In Prison And A $12,180 Fine For Hosting A Home Bible Study In Arizona

    She's not bad though I prefer women with standard limbs rather than double jointed.
  7. Re: 60 Days In Prison And A $12,180 Fine For Hosting A Home Bible Study In Arizona

    Not really. They rock and roll to prove their authority. It is up to you to decide whether their authority either applies to you or comes from you.

    Religion isn't even on their horizon (unless...
  8. Re: 60 Days In Prison And A $12,180 Fine For Hosting A Home Bible Study In Arizona

    An oath is an offer. It needs to be accepted. Otherwise, as Lysander Spooner points out in Constitution of No Authority (going from memory .. I believe that is correct but you can check it...
  9. Re: 60 Days In Prison And A $12,180 Fine For Hosting A Home Bible Study In Arizona

    Code enforcers don't specifically attack religion. They enforce rules.



    In case you don't recognize it this is an offer to contract. The response is critical. How you respond determines...
  10. Re: 60 Days In Prison And A $12,180 Fine For Hosting A Home Bible Study In Arizona

    1) You don't want to be a corporation.
    2) You don't want to live in a corporation (if that is even possible).
    3) You don't want to SUPPORT corporations.
    4) You don't want to fall into dishonor...
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