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Forms of Law: Wisconsin Supreme Court Chamber Paintings

Capitol tour guide Ryan describes the paintings in the Wisconsin Supreme Court Chamber: Roman Law, English Common Law, Constitutional Law, Territorial Law.
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http://www.LawBookMix.com This is the summary of The Paper Office, Fourth Edition: Forms, Guidelines, and Resources to Make Your Practice Work Ethically, Leg…

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Question by leandros03: Is it legal for a employer to deny or reverse resonnable accommodation it has formaly approved to an employee?
The employee was approved reasonable accommodation by the employer after he requested and gave the employer his doctor slip with restrictions. After several months, the employer said could no more go with the reasonable accommodation, is this legal? Is there any law that ban this kind of practice?

Best answer:

Answer by Janet Pierce
If the employee still requires the accommodation and it would still be deemed reasonable, then yes the employee has a right to get it re-unstated.

That said, they may wish to consider how necessary it is. I needed a 2nd filing cabinet as we used the tall thin ones and other staff would circulate files in and out of my office so each drawer was categorized and when I had to start using a wheelchair I could no longer reach the top drawer.

I was lied to several times – my favorite was there are no more cabinets but I worked for the STATE! There were empties in my building! I finally got one.

Three weeks later, I got fired.

What do you think? Answer below!

posted by shelly on May 31

Question by Emmanuel: The MOST IMPORTANT part of the imperial economic system of mercantilism was?
A) There is only a limited amount of wealth in the world.
B) You may have to go to war against your competitors in order to get the resources that you need.
C) This was the way for an empire to be independent from trade with other countries.
D) You must expand your commercial (manufacturing and trading) interests by regulating your colonial trade.

Best answer:

Answer by Mark M
It would be D.

The british passed laws restricting what americans could make. It was legal to make a wooden shovel, but against the law to make a metal shovel. That had to be purchased in England.

Add your own answer in the comments!

posted by shelly on May 30

Check out these legal forms images:

Squat Sounds *
legal forms

Image by Sterneck
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SQUAT – SOUNDS

AUTONOMES KULTURZENTRUM HANAU
(Besetztes Haus / Metzgerstrasse-Squat in Hanau / Germany).

Photographs 1987-1994

– Please scroll down for english and german info) –

The Squat – Photos:
www.flickr.com/photos/sterneck/sets/72157627799174125

Squating the Parliament (1988):
www.flickr.com/photos/sterneck/sets/72157627923787960

Concert-Photos 1987-1988:
www.flickr.com/photos/sterneck/sets/72157627799191443

Concert-Photos 1989-1990:
www.flickr.com/photos/sterneck/sets/72157627923799072

Concert-Photos 1991-1992:
www.flickr.com/photos/sterneck/sets/72157627923811302

Concert-Photos 1993-1994:
www.flickr.com/photos/sterneck/sets/72157627923815978

– Concert-Photos 1989-1990:
Archbishop Kebab (Edinburgh, Scotland) – 1989
Citizen Fish (Warminster, England) – 1990
Die Trottel (Budapest, Hungary) – 1988
Do Or Die (Amsterdam, Netherlands) – 1990
Israelvis (Trondhrim, Norway) – 1989
Kina (Valle d’Aosta, Italy) – 1990
Life… But How To Live It? (Oslo, Norway) – 1989
Political Asylum (Edinburgh, Scotland) – 1989
Rikk Agnew (Fullerton, USA) – 1990
Robsie Richter (Hanau, Germany) – 1990
Sharon Tates Children (Stuttgart, Germany) – 1989
Sore Throat (Yorkshire, England) – 1990
Spongetunnel (Chicago, USA) – 1989
Ugly Food (Lübeck, Germany, Odense, Denmark) – 1989
Zygote (Bath, England) – 1990
….. and Friends and …..
………

There were a lot more bands playing in the squat.
If you have photographs or recordings – please get in contact:
contact@sterneck.net
Thanx! *

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THE SQUATED AUTONOMOUS CULTURE CENTER
METZGERSTRASSE / HANAU

In December 1986 some people in Hanau (Germany) decided to squat a house that had been empty for a long time, Metzgerstraße 8. They restored it and filled this free space with a new life.

Soon it became an ’Autonomous Culture-Center’ for the people and by the people, and also a focal point for a solidaric projects and for the resistance against ruling systems in all their repressive forms. The center has had a long history of attempts to establish a self-determined culture-center in Hanau, although it has always been repressed by the local city council.

The basic forum of the center is the ”squatter meeting,” which is open to everyone who has an interest in the squat as a counter-cultural free space. Decisions are made on the consent principle, which means that they try to find a decision that can be supported by everyone. Many activists in the squat, but not all, describe themselves as members of the autonomy movement, which connects anarchist, communist and feminist ideas.

At the moment there are a lot of projects, groups, and events that take place in the center. Everything is done on a do-it-yourself and nonprofit basis; no one receives money for her or his work. Solidarity, trust and self-determination are the basis for all work. Here are some examples:

– The ’Infoladen’ (Infoshop): The Infoshop is an opportunity to get information that can’t be found in the normal bourgeois media. There are a lot of autonomous, left radical and feminist leaflets, brochures and newspapers available. There is also a small media center and an archive that includes material on topics like anti-fascism, atomic politics, women’s liberation, internationalism, etc.

– The ’Volxküche’ (Peoples Kitchen): Frequently people from the community cook a vegetarian meal that is available for a small price. The idea behind this is to overcome isolation between people and the patriarchal roles typical in the kitchen, and, of course, to provide a good tasting meal for many people.

– The Concerts: Concerts in the center are organized, and absolutely dedicated to the principle of working in a self-determined way without a manager, an agency, or even a contract. The bands that play in the squat should have a mutual relation to the ideas of the center. There are no musical limits: Local punk bands have played there as well as jazz bands from North-America and Avantguarde projects from Eastern Europe. Some of the performances have been released on tapes and records.

In a way, the things that happen between the people in the center are more important than the events: changes in behavior, opportunities to live together without hierarchical structures, and new ways of relating. Although the squat is like an island in some ways, it’s far from a concrete utopia. Problems in interpersonal relations exist, as well as differences between ideals and real behaviour.

If people want to go alternative ways, the authorities try to stop them. In Hanau the local city council has said for a long time that none of the things the squatters do and organize represent culture. They decided in parliament that the center was to be closed and torn down without an alternative. In place of the squat, they planned to build five parking places. A decision that is very symbolic and characteristic. Certainly, the real aim was to destroy the ideas and the structures this center stands for.

The answer of the supporters of the Autonomous Culture-Center was the squatting of the parliament of the city. The politicians went out of the building and the squatters voted for the continuation of the center.

Up to now the authorities have not been able to realize their plans for various reasons. On the one hand there are many people who support the squat. There are also legal difficulties around closing it, and they are afraid of the resistance and activities that could take place after closing the squat.

But even if they evict the center, they can’t repress the ideas that the squat stands for. It’s about a self-determined culture and a self-determined life. It’s about dreams and ideals. It’s about consequence and change, here and now.

Wolfgang Sterneck, 2001.

Autonomes Kulturzentrum
Metzgerstrasse 8, D-63450 Hanau, Germany.

Autonomes Kulturzentrum Metzgerstraße:
www.metzgerstrasse-hanau.org
de-de.facebook.com/people/Metzgerstrasse-Acht-Hanau/10000…
www.myspace.com/metzgerstrasse
www.sterneck.net/squat

Info on the Project of John Cage and Sterneck / KomistA in benefit of the squat:
www.sterneck.net/john-cage/metzgerstrasse-e

– * –

SUBVERSIVE SOUNDS *

Konzerte im Autonomen Kulturzentrum Hanau.

Das besetzte Haus

Im Dezember 1986 kam es in Hanau zur Besetzung eines ehemaligen Nachtclubs in der Metzgerstraße 8. Das Gebäude, das zuvor über Jahre hinweg leer stand, wurde renoviert, neu gestaltet, umbenannt und wird seitdem als Autonomes Kulturzentrum genutzt. Das Ziel der Besetzung war es, einen Freiraum zu schaffen, in dem die Vorstellung einer autonomen Kultur wie auch die Wiederaneignung des entfremdeten Alltags konkret umsetzbar wird.

Vor diesem Hintergrund gelang es, ein Zentrum zu entwickeln, in dem solidarisches Handeln, kollektives Leben und politische Identität auf vielen Ebenen verschmelzen oder sich zumindest annähern. Die Metzgerstraße wurde dadurch zu einem wichtigen Bezugspunkt von dem auf verschiedenen Ebenen vielschichtige politische, soziale und kulturelle Impulse ausgingen.

Im Laufe der Jahre entstanden vielfältige Projekte wie die Volxküche (Essen zum Selbstkostenpreis), der Infoladen (Aktuelle politische Informationen und Archiv) und das Basta-Cafe (Treffpunkt und Sozialberatung). Die politischen Schwerpunkte der im Kulturzentrum aktiven Gruppen liegen unter anderen in den Bereichen ‘Internationale Solidarität’, Antifaschismus und ‘Soziale Veränderung’.

Die Entscheidungen innerhalb des Kulturzentrums werden basisdemokratisch nach dem Konsensprinzip getroffen. Alle Aktivitäten basieren auf einer idealistischen Grundhaltung. Keine Person aus dem Zentrum erhält für ihre Tätigkeiten eine finanzielle Entlohnung.

Selbstbestimmte Kultur ohne Kommerz

Musik hatte von Anfang an in der Metzgerstraße eine besondere Bedeutung. Über das Musikhören hinaus machen viele AktivistInnen selbst Musik, veröffentlichen eigene Aufnahmen oder organisieren Konzerte. Im Sinne des DIY-Prinzipes (‘Do it Yourself’) werden die Auftritte im direkten Kontakt mit den MusikerInnen ohne Konzertagenturen und auch ohne Verträge auf völlig nichtkommerzieller Basis organisiert.

Eine Grundlage bildet ein solidarisches Verhältnis der MusikerInnen zur Metzgerstraße, was sich unter anderem auch in der Gage ausdrückt, die sich in der Regel auf die für die Band entstandenen Unkosten und die Verpflegung beschränkt. Der Eintrittspreis ist so ausgerichtet, dass er für alle interessierten Personen erschwinglich ist und die anfallenden Kosten deckt bzw. im Rahmen von Benefiz-Konzerten bestimmte Projekte unterstützt.

Freiräume statt Parkplätze

Während der ehemalige sozialdemokratische Kulturdezernat Hanaus davon sprach, dass in der Metzgerstraße keine Kultur stattfindet, bildete dass selbstorganisierte Zentrum durch die Auftritte von Bands aus Westeuropa und Nordamerika einen im Hanauer Kulturleben herausragenden internationalen Bezugspunkt. Die musikalische Bandbreite umfasst unter anderem Rockmusik in den verschiedensten Schattierungen, Punk, Hardcore, Folk und Jazz, sowie experimentelle und improvisierte Musik. Lokale Nachwuchsbands traten im Laufe der Jahre genauso auf wie renommierte Gruppen aus unterschiedlichsten Ländern. Einen Kultcharakter erlangten zudem die Nachtcafe-Sessions, an denen jeder und jede teilnehmen konnte.

Die Aufnahmen einiger Konzerte wurden später auf verschiedenen Tonträgern veröffentlicht. 1992 kam es daneben zur Veröffentlichung eines der Metzgerstraße gewidmeten Stücks des Avantgarde-Komponisten John Cage.

In den Anfangsjahren plante der Hanauer Magistrat das Haus nach einer Räumung abreißen zu lassen, um dort stattdessen fünf Parkplätze zu errichten. Die Kulturpolitik des Magistrates entlarvte sich dadurch in einer kaum zu übertreffenden symbolhaften Weise selbst. Das Vorhaben wurde jedoch nicht zuletzt in Folge einer Besetzung des Stadtparlamentes durch Unterstützerinnen des Kulturzentrums nicht weiter verfolgt.

Rund 25 Jahre nach der Besetzung wird das Haus weiterhin als Kulturzentrum genutzt. Im ansonsten auf Konsum und Kommerz ausgerichteten Stadtzentrum Hanaus ist es mit seinen vielfältigen Projekten kreativer wie auch subversiver Freiraum.

Wolfgang Sterneck, September 2011.

Autonomes Kulturzentrum Metzgerstraße:
www.metzgerstrasse-hanau.org
de-de.facebook.com/people/Metzgerstrasse-Acht-Hanau/10000…
www.myspace.com/metzgerstrasse
www.sterneck.net/squat

Eine ausführliche Beschreibung der Geschichte des Kulturzentrums:
Freiräume entwickeln – Das besetzte autonome Kulturzentrum Metzgerstraße Hanau
www.sterneck.net/squat/metzgerstrasse-d

English Info:
The squated Autonomous Culture Center Metzgerstrasse Hanau
www.sterneck.net/squat/metzgerstrasse-e

Infos zum Benefiz-Projekt von John Cage und Sterneck / KomistA für das Kulturzentrum:
www.sterneck.net/john-cage

– * –

Foto: 1988 ? 1989

.

Squat Sounds *
legal forms

Image by Sterneck
.

SQUAT – SOUNDS

AUTONOMES KULTURZENTRUM HANAU
(Besetztes Haus / Metzgerstrasse-Squat in Hanau / Germany).

Photographs 1987-1994

– Please scroll down for english and german info) –

The Squat – Photos:
www.flickr.com/photos/sterneck/sets/72157627799174125

Squating the Parliament (1988):
www.flickr.com/photos/sterneck/sets/72157627923787960

Concert-Photos 1987-1988:
www.flickr.com/photos/sterneck/sets/72157627799191443

Concert-Photos 1989-1990:
www.flickr.com/photos/sterneck/sets/72157627923799072

Concert-Photos 1991-1992:
www.flickr.com/photos/sterneck/sets/72157627923811302

Concert-Photos 1993-1994:
www.flickr.com/photos/sterneck/sets/72157627923815978

– Concert-Photos 1989-1990:
Archbishop Kebab (Edinburgh, Scotland) – 1989
Citizen Fish (Warminster, England) – 1990
Die Trottel (Budapest, Hungary) – 1988
Do Or Die (Amsterdam, Netherlands) – 1990
Israelvis (Trondhrim, Norway) – 1989
Kina (Valle d’Aosta, Italy) – 1990
Life… But How To Live It? (Oslo, Norway) – 1989
Political Asylum (Edinburgh, Scotland) – 1989
Rikk Agnew (Fullerton, USA) – 1990
Robsie Richter (Hanau, Germany) – 1990
Sharon Tates Children (Stuttgart, Germany) – 1989
Sore Throat (Yorkshire, England) – 1990
Spongetunnel (Chicago, USA) – 1989
Ugly Food (Lübeck, Germany, Odense, Denmark) – 1989
Zygote (Bath, England) – 1990
….. and Friends and …..
………

There were a lot more bands playing in the squat.
If you have photographs or recordings – please get in contact:
contact@sterneck.net
Thanx! *

– * –

THE SQUATED AUTONOMOUS CULTURE CENTER
METZGERSTRASSE / HANAU

In December 1986 some people in Hanau (Germany) decided to squat a house that had been empty for a long time, Metzgerstraße 8. They restored it and filled this free space with a new life.

Soon it became an ’Autonomous Culture-Center’ for the people and by the people, and also a focal point for a solidaric projects and for the resistance against ruling systems in all their repressive forms. The center has had a long history of attempts to establish a self-determined culture-center in Hanau, although it has always been repressed by the local city council.

The basic forum of the center is the ”squatter meeting,” which is open to everyone who has an interest in the squat as a counter-cultural free space. Decisions are made on the consent principle, which means that they try to find a decision that can be supported by everyone. Many activists in the squat, but not all, describe themselves as members of the autonomy movement, which connects anarchist, communist and feminist ideas.

At the moment there are a lot of projects, groups, and events that take place in the center. Everything is done on a do-it-yourself and nonprofit basis; no one receives money for her or his work. Solidarity, trust and self-determination are the basis for all work. Here are some examples:

– The ’Infoladen’ (Infoshop): The Infoshop is an opportunity to get information that can’t be found in the normal bourgeois media. There are a lot of autonomous, left radical and feminist leaflets, brochures and newspapers available. There is also a small media center and an archive that includes material on topics like anti-fascism, atomic politics, women’s liberation, internationalism, etc.

– The ’Volxküche’ (Peoples Kitchen): Frequently people from the community cook a vegetarian meal that is available for a small price. The idea behind this is to overcome isolation between people and the patriarchal roles typical in the kitchen, and, of course, to provide a good tasting meal for many people.

– The Concerts: Concerts in the center are organized, and absolutely dedicated to the principle of working in a self-determined way without a manager, an agency, or even a contract. The bands that play in the squat should have a mutual relation to the ideas of the center. There are no musical limits: Local punk bands have played there as well as jazz bands from North-America and Avantguarde projects from Eastern Europe. Some of the performances have been released on tapes and records.

In a way, the things that happen between the people in the center are more important than the events: changes in behavior, opportunities to live together without hierarchical structures, and new ways of relating. Although the squat is like an island in some ways, it’s far from a concrete utopia. Problems in interpersonal relations exist, as well as differences between ideals and real behaviour.

If people want to go alternative ways, the authorities try to stop them. In Hanau the local city council has said for a long time that none of the things the squatters do and organize represent culture. They decided in parliament that the center was to be closed and torn down without an alternative. In place of the squat, they planned to build five parking places. A decision that is very symbolic and characteristic. Certainly, the real aim was to destroy the ideas and the structures this center stands for.

The answer of the supporters of the Autonomous Culture-Center was the squatting of the parliament of the city. The politicians went out of the building and the squatters voted for the continuation of the center.

Up to now the authorities have not been able to realize their plans for various reasons. On the one hand there are many people who support the squat. There are also legal difficulties around closing it, and they are afraid of the resistance and activities that could take place after closing the squat.

But even if they evict the center, they can’t repress the ideas that the squat stands for. It’s about a self-determined culture and a self-determined life. It’s about dreams and ideals. It’s about consequence and change, here and now.

Wolfgang Sterneck, 2001.

Autonomes Kulturzentrum
Metzgerstrasse 8, D-63450 Hanau, Germany.

Autonomes Kulturzentrum Metzgerstraße:
www.metzgerstrasse-hanau.org
de-de.facebook.com/people/Metzgerstrasse-Acht-Hanau/10000…
www.myspace.com/metzgerstrasse
www.sterneck.net/squat

Info on the Project of John Cage and Sterneck / KomistA in benefit of the squat:
www.sterneck.net/john-cage/metzgerstrasse-e

– * –

SUBVERSIVE SOUNDS *

Konzerte im Autonomen Kulturzentrum Hanau.

Das besetzte Haus

Im Dezember 1986 kam es in Hanau zur Besetzung eines ehemaligen Nachtclubs in der Metzgerstraße 8. Das Gebäude, das zuvor über Jahre hinweg leer stand, wurde renoviert, neu gestaltet, umbenannt und wird seitdem als Autonomes Kulturzentrum genutzt. Das Ziel der Besetzung war es, einen Freiraum zu schaffen, in dem die Vorstellung einer autonomen Kultur wie auch die Wiederaneignung des entfremdeten Alltags konkret umsetzbar wird.

Vor diesem Hintergrund gelang es, ein Zentrum zu entwickeln, in dem solidarisches Handeln, kollektives Leben und politische Identität auf vielen Ebenen verschmelzen oder sich zumindest annähern. Die Metzgerstraße wurde dadurch zu einem wichtigen Bezugspunkt von dem auf verschiedenen Ebenen vielschichtige politische, soziale und kulturelle Impulse ausgingen.

Im Laufe der Jahre entstanden vielfältige Projekte wie die Volxküche (Essen zum Selbstkostenpreis), der Infoladen (Aktuelle politische Informationen und Archiv) und das Basta-Cafe (Treffpunkt und Sozialberatung). Die politischen Schwerpunkte der im Kulturzentrum aktiven Gruppen liegen unter anderen in den Bereichen ‘Internationale Solidarität’, Antifaschismus und ‘Soziale Veränderung’.

Die Entscheidungen innerhalb des Kulturzentrums werden basisdemokratisch nach dem Konsensprinzip getroffen. Alle Aktivitäten basieren auf einer idealistischen Grundhaltung. Keine Person aus dem Zentrum erhält für ihre Tätigkeiten eine finanzielle Entlohnung.

Selbstbestimmte Kultur ohne Kommerz

Musik hatte von Anfang an in der Metzgerstraße eine besondere Bedeutung. Über das Musikhören hinaus machen viele AktivistInnen selbst Musik, veröffentlichen eigene Aufnahmen oder organisieren Konzerte. Im Sinne des DIY-Prinzipes (‘Do it Yourself’) werden die Auftritte im direkten Kontakt mit den MusikerInnen ohne Konzertagenturen und auch ohne Verträge auf völlig nichtkommerzieller Basis organisiert.

Eine Grundlage bildet ein solidarisches Verhältnis der MusikerInnen zur Metzgerstraße, was sich unter anderem auch in der Gage ausdrückt, die sich in der Regel auf die für die Band entstandenen Unkosten und die Verpflegung beschränkt. Der Eintrittspreis ist so ausgerichtet, dass er für alle interessierten Personen erschwinglich ist und die anfallenden Kosten deckt bzw. im Rahmen von Benefiz-Konzerten bestimmte Projekte unterstützt.

Freiräume statt Parkplätze

Während der ehemalige sozialdemokratische Kulturdezernat Hanaus davon sprach, dass in der Metzgerstraße keine Kultur stattfindet, bildete dass selbstorganisierte Zentrum durch die Auftritte von Bands aus Westeuropa und Nordamerika einen im Hanauer Kulturleben herausragenden internationalen Bezugspunkt. Die musikalische Bandbreite umfasst unter anderem Rockmusik in den verschiedensten Schattierungen, Punk, Hardcore, Folk und Jazz, sowie experimentelle und improvisierte Musik. Lokale Nachwuchsbands traten im Laufe der Jahre genauso auf wie renommierte Gruppen aus unterschiedlichsten Ländern. Einen Kultcharakter erlangten zudem die Nachtcafe-Sessions, an denen jeder und jede teilnehmen konnte.

Die Aufnahmen einiger Konzerte wurden später auf verschiedenen Tonträgern veröffentlicht. 1992 kam es daneben zur Veröffentlichung eines der Metzgerstraße gewidmeten Stücks des Avantgarde-Komponisten John Cage.

In den Anfangsjahren plante der Hanauer Magistrat das Haus nach einer Räumung abreißen zu lassen, um dort stattdessen fünf Parkplätze zu errichten. Die Kulturpolitik des Magistrates entlarvte sich dadurch in einer kaum zu übertreffenden symbolhaften Weise selbst. Das Vorhaben wurde jedoch nicht zuletzt in Folge einer Besetzung des Stadtparlamentes durch Unterstützerinnen des Kulturzentrums nicht weiter verfolgt.

Rund 25 Jahre nach der Besetzung wird das Haus weiterhin als Kulturzentrum genutzt. Im ansonsten auf Konsum und Kommerz ausgerichteten Stadtzentrum Hanaus ist es mit seinen vielfältigen Projekten kreativer wie auch subversiver Freiraum.

Wolfgang Sterneck, September 2011.

Autonomes Kulturzentrum Metzgerstraße:
www.metzgerstrasse-hanau.org
de-de.facebook.com/people/Metzgerstrasse-Acht-Hanau/10000…
www.myspace.com/metzgerstrasse
www.sterneck.net/squat

Eine ausführliche Beschreibung der Geschichte des Kulturzentrums:
Freiräume entwickeln – Das besetzte autonome Kulturzentrum Metzgerstraße Hanau
www.sterneck.net/squat/metzgerstrasse-d

English Info:
The squated Autonomous Culture Center Metzgerstrasse Hanau
www.sterneck.net/squat/metzgerstrasse-e

Infos zum Benefiz-Projekt von John Cage und Sterneck / KomistA für das Kulturzentrum:
www.sterneck.net/john-cage

– * –

Foto: 1988 ? 1989

.

posted by shelly on May 30

Question by Off: what legal action can you take against a company that doesnt give you two paid 15 minute breaks for 9 hr shift?
In New York. I worked for a retail company that didn’t give their employees 15 minute paid breaks for long shifts (9-10 hours) Do you call human resources? Is there anything they can do to help ?

Best answer:

Answer by I litter.
yeah you can man up.

Give your answer to this question below!

posted by shelly on May 30

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posted by shelly on May 30

Question by bbbbb32000: What is the worst vehicle you ever owned and why? Mine is a 2007 Dodge Charger!?
My car is 4 months old and has been in the shop 4 times for a total of 27 days and I am awaiting the 5th time, as soon as the engineers can figure out whats wrong with it…Don’t mention the Lemon Law…already talked with a Lawyer.

Best answer:

Answer by Seth Dove
1993 Chevrolet 1500 Pick-up, It kept eating flywheels. Possibly caused by bent/warped camshaft, didnt wait that long to find out, I sold it at a loss.

Know better? Leave your own answer in the comments!

posted by shelly on May 29

Some cool legal forms images:

Happy Boy Smiling in Tiger Costume for Children
legal forms

Image by epSos.de
Free picture about a happy boy smiling in a tiger costume for children. This cute photo was created for you by the happiest, best friend epSos.de and it can be used for free, if you link epSos.de as the original author of the image.

The happy boy is smiling, because his tiger costume is very funny for him. In Spain Carnival is like Halloween in the USA. So that the children get to dress-up during the carnival. This particular dress-up for the carnaval is very attractive and nice, becasue the children themselves seem to enjoy it. The other white boy in this picture is experiencing the joy of his childhood.

The small boys are cute and beautiful in their costumes. This event is taking place every winter in Gran Canaria and in the all other parts of Spain.

A boy, boy, fellow or jack is a young person of male sax who has not reached the adult’s old person yet, so a male child or a male youngster.

Boys in Germany while performing a doll play physical, habituelle or behaviour-related attributes produce the relation on the male with boys.

Boy is also delivered from Old High German as jungo and how to boy and boy for the purposes of farm-hand apprentice in use.

One calls childhood the period in the life of a person by the childbirth up to the genital development. Besides, childhood is more a cultural, social concept than biological. In the narrower sense the childhood follows the infant old person and is made up of the early childhood, the middle childhood and the late childhood. After the childhood follows the phase of the youth age, the adolescence. With the 4th year possibly the double childbirth length is reached.

In the childhood the person has a special juridical position. This is regulated by a row of German federal laws and internationally by the UN-child rights. The legal capacity of the child begins in the Federal Republic of Germany according to (Civil Code) §1 „with the completion of the childbirth“, his conditioned legal capacity and conditioned Strafmündigkeit attains it step by step later.

One understands by a costume in the explaining art a special form of the clothes and the jewellery of the actors. In addition, hairstyle or body painting can be a part of the costume.

For the creation of the costumes costume designers are responsible if necessary. Especially extensively costumes find use in costume films and as theatrical costumes.

The tiger (Panthera tigris) is a great cat widespread in Asia. He is unmistakeable biggest of all living cat’s kinds and on account of the typical dark stripe pattern on golden brown to red-brown reason.

It pays attention to nine subspecies which are distinguished as mainland subspecies and island subspecies. The biggest differences exist between the small, varied Sumatra tigers and the big, rather pale coloured Siberian or Amur tigers. Sumatra tigers reach a mean head torso length from about 140 cm, a tail length of about 60 cm and a weight of about 120 kg (little man) or 90 kg (female).

Male Siberian tigers against it reach a head torso length from up to 280 cm, own an about 90 cm long tail and weigh about 250 kg. Siberian tiger’s females are with about 150 kg of body weight, however, clearly small as the little men. With it this subspecies after the polar bear and brown bears is the biggest country-inhabiting predator.

As the typical subspecies which stand in the appearance between these extremes tigers can be valid the Indian Bengaltiger and the Indochinesische. Originally the Bali tiger extinct today showed the smallest subspecies.

Thank you for sharing this picture with your friends !

O’ahu – Honolulu: Bishop Museum – Polynesian Hall – Bark Cloth Mask
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Constructed of bark cloth stretched over a frame, large masks represent insects, butterflies, crocodiles, and birds. The peformers, with legs bound in leaves, dance in and out of a large fire, spraying sparks ont he audience. Such masks are worn only once and left to disintegrate in the forest. New Britain is well known for a wide diversity of mask forms ranging from huge bark-cloth constructions to small face masks formed from the front of a skull. Masked figures participate in the ritual life of the people in such diverse contexts as representations of supernatural beings and theatrical entertainment.

Polynesian Hall, located on the second floor of the Hawaiian Hall complex, is an exhibit gallery representing various Pacific cultures across Polynesia, Micronesia and Melanesia.

The Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum, designated the Hawai’i State Museum of Natural and Cultural History, located in the historic Kalihi district, is the largest museum in Hawai’i and home to the world’s largest collection of Polynesian cultural and scientific artifact. The museum was founded in 1889 by Charles Reed Bishop, in honor of his late wife, Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop, the last legal heir of the Kamehameha Dynasty. The museum was established to house the collection of Hawaiian artifacts and royal family heirlooms of the Princess, but has since expanded to include millions of artifacts, documents and photographs. Bishop built the Hawaiian Hall and Polynseian Hall, to the Richardsonian Romanesque design of architect William F. Smith, on the grounds of the origianl Kamehameha School for Boys in 1898. The Museum and School shared the Kapa-lama campus until 1940 when a new larger school complex was opened nearby, and the museum expanded.

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– photographer: – a. golden, eyewash design, c. 2008

THE SCOOP —————————————————————->

Before you say anything here folks, these albums were rescued from a vinyl holder box I found thrown out on the street…think there was a rather good collection in there.

Since childhood, I had always dreamed of this project, except then, they were like cd’s & very costly for a kid to collect. Therfore, "trashing" them would’ve been tantimount to TOTAL blasphemy!

I waited some time, but finally got the chance to do the project when I rescued these albums from the street. So many people come over & blast me for "ruining" these albums. And time after time, I explain to them that I actually saved them from the dumpster/landfill & managed to take things musical to another level by making them visual.

The debate continues…EYEWASH design: NYC, 2006 www.eyewashdesign.blogspot.com

F.Y.I.:

The artwork work is comprised of 70 l.p.’s. It represents some 56 taxes imposed on United States citizens, leaving room for 14, yet to come.

ASIDE: n 2005, the ILLEGAL tax on the labor of U.S. citizenry collected comprised: US7.2 billion. Yet, the LEGAL corporate income tax collected was only: US8.3 billion.

No thanks to Woodrow Wilson, in 1913, the Federal Reserve – a private, not a government institution – was created by a select group of extremely wealthy men. This directly took power from our own government and handed it to this small group of dominant banker$ . The result allowed a then great industrial nation to be controlled by a system of credit, rather than actual gold bullion. Our citizens were forced to hand over their gold & to date, there has never been an audit of the actual gold. Therefore, there is no actual proof it’s there.

Also in 1913, the banker$ committed the most diabolical fraud ever perpetrated on the American people, by bribing Senators to pass the Federal Reserve Act without the required Constitutional Amendment. They did this during Christmas vacation, when many Senators were at home, celebrating the holidays with their families. This allowed for the unconstitutional Federal Reserve Act to come into being.

They were very clever & understood that whoever issued the money for America would control the government.

The U.S. income tax is a completely illegal instrument of totalitarianism. It is THE economic means by which our government manipulates its people, whilst placing our citizens in a condition of a lifetime of servitude.

We a country taxed from birth, until after death (inheritance tax), yet we are the only first world country without nationalized education or health care.

Over 500,000 Americans have no health coverage and thousands more are bankrupted from having to pay exorbitant premiums & non-coverage fees (nearly everything is uncovered).

Yet, people willingly hand over their hard-earned monies to the government in the form of an illegally collected tax. I invite you to look through the statutes & to find the law requiring citizens to pay income taxes. Because, when you do, you won’t be able to identify one law requiring wage-earning Americans working in private corporations, to pay income taxes. THERE IS ABSOLUTELY NO LAW STATING THAT AMERICANS MUST PAY INCOME TAX.

F.Y.I:

TAXES AMERICANS’ ALREADY PAY:

1.ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE TAX
2.AUTOMOBILE REGISTRATION TAX
3.BUILDING PERMIT TAX
4.CAPITAL GAINS TAX
5.CDL LICENSE TAX
6.CIGARETTE TAX
7.CORPORATE INCOME TAX
8.COURT FINES (INDIRECT TAXES)
9.DOG LICENSE TAX
10.ESTATE TAX
11.FEDERAL UNEMPLOYMENT TAX (FUTA)
12.FISHING LICENSE TAX
13.FOOD LICENSE TAX
14.FUEL PERMIT TAX
15.GASOLINE TAX (42 CENTS PER GALLON)
16.HUNTING LICENSE TAX
17.INHERITANCE TAX INTEREST EXPENSE (TAX ON THE MONEY)
18.INVENTORY TAX
19.IRS INTEREST CHARGES (TAX ON TOP OF TAX)
20.IRS PENALTIES (TAX ON TOP OF TAX)
21.LIQUOR TAX
22.LOCAL INCOME TAX
23.LUXURY TAX
24.MARRIAGE LICENSE TAX
25.MEDICARE TAX
26.PARKING METERS
27.PROPERTY TAX
28.REAL ESTATE TAX
29.SEPTIC PERMIT TAX
30.SERVICE CHARGE TAXES
31.SOCIAL SECURITY TAX
32.ROAD USAGE TAX (TRUCKERS)
33.SALES TAXES
34.RECREATIONAL VEHICLE TAX
35.ROAD TOLL BOOTH TAXES
36.SCHOOL TAX
37.STATE INCOME TAX
38.STATE UNEMPLOYMENT TAX (SUTA)
39.TELEPHONE FEDERAL EXCISE TAX
40.TELEPHONE FEDERAL UNIVERSAL FEE TAX
41.TELEPHONE FEDERAL STATE AND LOCAL SURCHARGE TAXES
42.TELEPHONE MINIMUM USAGE SURCHARGE TAX
43.TELEPHONE RECURRING AND NON-RECURRING CHARGES TAX
44.TELEPHONE STATE AND LOCAL TAX
45.TELEPHONE USAGE CHARGE TAX
46.TOLL BRIDGE TAXES
47.TOLL TUNNEL TAXES
48.TRAFFIC FINES
49.TRAILER REGISTRATIONS TAX
50.UTILITY TAXES
51.VEHICLE LICENSE REGISTRATION TAX
52.VEHICLE SALES TAX
53.WATERCRAFT REGISTRATION TAX
54.WELL PERMIT TAX
55.WORKERS COMPENSATION TAX
56.FEDERAL INCOME TAX

posted by shelly on May 29

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