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    Re: Law is Not Determinative

    I'd advise you to be careful in how you interpreted what happened there. I cannot think of any situation in which a city/country/district attorney would receive a letter from someone then literally...
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    Re: Law is Not Determinative

    Yep - there are a few others floating around out there but I didn't really care to continue.


    Why he is unable to write something like what I've thrown together below is beyond me. I don't get...
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    Re: Law is Not Determinative

    It appears as though I may have given you bad advice. From a rather cursory glance, it seems like the users in other forums find you insufferable as well. It is certainly a relief to know that...
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    Re: Law is Not Determinative

    Well, 71 posts later over the course of less than two weeks and it doesn't seem like you've found much success.

    You've made it clear that, in your opinion, you've been unsuccessful in your quest...
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    Re: Law is Not Determinative

    Yet, strangely, here you are - in a forum that does permit what you perceive to be personal attacks or insults.
    Since this is the outlier in your experience, why do you remain here if you know...
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    Re: Law is Not Determinative

    "When a debate seems intractable, with little agreement as to how one might proceed towards a resolution, it is understandable that the philosopher should consider whether something might be amiss...
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    Re: Law is Not Determinative

    The TL;DR really could just be "I condescend from my sphere of superior ratiocination"
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    Re: Law is Not Determinative

    It's interesting what's happened here. You made a statement that attributed your particular style of communication to the decades in which you "grew up." But, what you meant to say, I think, was:
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    Re: Law is Not Determinative

    Are you being serious?
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    Re: Law is Ontologically Unintelligible

    You know what, I was really trying to give you the benefit of the doubt, but you've confirmed my worst suspicions. You may barely remember that post, just as you apparently forgot that you had...
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    Re: Law is Ontologically Unintelligible

    I think you might find a better, potentially more receptive, environment over at the philosophy subreddit (https://www.reddit.com/r/philosophy/). Personally, I'm simply uninterested in engaging in...
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    Re: Law is Ontologically Unintelligible

    Nevermind.

    "I write radically beautifully, intelligibly, fantastically, superlatively. This is not the only forum this piece is posted upon, and others, on existentialist forums, have informed me...
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    Re: Law is Ontologically Unintelligible

    I bought the book (link) you published in 2016 - for anyone else who's willing to part with $2.99. (I'm sorry, I meant "treatise" as you've clarified in the description.) I am genuinely curious -...
  14. Re: Must We Both Transfer the Title Simultaneously

    Does anyone involved in the title transfer happen to have a AAA membership? If so, physically going to the local AAA office can probably make this tricky process a lot less complicated or error-prone
  15. Medical Malpractice: Re: Can I Sue My Dentist for Causing Stitches Under My Tongue

    Not liking his attitude is not grounds for a malpractice suit. You didn't lose your ability to speak, a major vein didn't get cut, and you have no say in measures that may or may not be taken to...
  16. Relocation: Re: Shes Moving 30 Miles Away

    That docket number has been easily legible for months now ;-)
  17. Relocation: Re: Shes Moving 30 Miles Away

    She does not want to see you, why can't you get that through your thick skull???
  18. Relocation: Re: Shes Moving 30 Miles Away

    No it is not the same thing.
  19. Relocation: Re: Shes Moving 30 Miles Away

    Do you really think that with all of the material you've been posting here in Judge Bahr's hands, the court's ire will be directed towards your ex wife? You're delusional.
  20. Modification of Custody: Re: Seeking Modification of Custody Based on the Other Parent's Gay Marriage

    Yes they can.
  21. Retail Fraud / Shoplifting: Re: Caught Shoplifting at California Urban Outfitters

    They showed up about 2 weeks later. But that doesn't mean anything for your case, as cbg points out.
  22. Retail Fraud / Shoplifting: Re: Caught Shoplifting at California Urban Outfitters

    I had to read this a few times, because I thought maybe I knew you, but I don't think that's the case. Anyway, a good friend of mine's daughter, and her friend, recently pulled the same stunt. My...
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    Deprivation of Civil Rights: Re: False Arrested for Standing in a Median

    Sorry about that, uploaded the wrong doc. https://www.scribd.com/document/375637766/Motion-to-Dismiss
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    Deprivation of Civil Rights: Re: False Arrested for Standing in a Median

    Available via RECAP now if you're interested, and you're welcome :)

    https://ecf.cod.uscourts.gov/cgi-bin/HistDocQry.pl?177381

    Motion to dismiss is... interesting but not entirely surprising... ...
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    Other Offenses: Re: What Would Happen if You Drilled a Hole in a Coin at the Police Station

    Hey look, lollipops, I mean, lp101, I mean, whathappensafter, I mean, freegirl is back with another ridiculous post.
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