perris

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  • Ps Mason, I would like to send you an email with an attachment, how to do?

  • always love your posts Mason, I get to ask questions to a lawyer without racking going through my retainer!!!

    So, I think you know, of course I am against the dp, (keep mind on topic)

    But I am wondering, since a heroin od is supposed to be blissful, and renal failure is also supposed to be, why the cocktails?

    And when we are anesthetized for surgery it is supposed to eliminate pain, why not an od on the anesthesia?

    why not just an od, heroin, anesthesia, or something to bring on renal failure?

    the question is urely academia, but am just wondering

  • this is terrific stuff, thanks for the info and the template for foia requests

  • perris commented on the blog post California Bill AB 96 Proposes Strict Ban on Ivory Sales

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    OT: Seen the news on Zimmerman? Domestic violence again…..where is the justice of which we seek?

    this is the third reported incident, which means there are probably more unreported.

    The girlfriend declined prosecution in the past

  • perris commented on the blog post California Bill AB 96 Proposes Strict Ban on Ivory Sales

    2015-01-10 13:47:23View | Delete

    the law is a long time comming, I wonder if the law will make ivory more or less desireable.

  • there are plenty of witnesses that challenge the policeman story, and the policeman already testified he had no knowledge of any other crime by this individual.

    I predict, If he goes to trial in a real court he’s going to jail bar a plea

  • I would also argue, if I were them, that McCulloch opened the door by publicizing the proceedings and commenting falsely about them.

    that’s probably the only angle to work with that might have weight, the judge will also have to weigh the rights of the other members of th gj, if even one does not want the proceedings publicized I would think that would outweigh other considerations

  • haven’t read the link but I would hope they might suggest crimminal charges such as suborning purjury.

    Listening to npr, the prosecutor is given wide berth deciding to try, they can suggest they don’t think charges are called for, they can give more weight to the evidence that sides on their personal or political sentiments

    even if the grand jury brings back the recommendation, the prosecutor STILL doesn’t have to bring it to trial

  • perris commented on the blog post Over Easy: Monday Science

    2015-01-05 06:14:13View | Delete

    hat compound is STRONGLY hydroscopic, they have only 10-15 minutes to run their tests even in highly controlled lab setting

    I understand what they are claiming, I just don’t think it’s that hard creating a 100 percent h20 free environment, that’s why I think something is wrong with the story

  • perris commented on the blog post Over Easy: Monday Science

    2015-01-05 05:49:57View | Delete

    I had a friend with different color eyes

    I had a DIFFERENT friend who had one eye which was blue

    The other eye was green on one half and yellow on the other, it was not a blend, there was a straight and clear line down the vertical center

  • perris commented on the blog post Over Easy: Monday Science

    2015-01-05 05:48:07View | Delete

    This cardinal doesn’t know if it’s male or female and it’s actually both. H/T to MsMolly for sending me this link!

    tee hee, I was wondering if this was a story about some priest

  • perris commented on the blog post Over Easy: Monday Science

    2015-01-05 05:47:21View | Delete

    Superconductivity displayed at over 100c. We now have 21 materials that are superconductive at room temperature or higher. All the room temp or higher compounds are strongly hydroscopic (meaning they suck up water) and rapidly lose their superconductive properties. Still, it proves it can be done.

    something’s wrong with that story since it’s pretty simple encasing a compound in a water free water proof sheath

  • perris commented on the diary post Will the collapse in oil prices diminish fracking activism? by danps.

    2015-01-05 05:45:26View | Delete

    oops, wrong thread

  • perris commented on the diary post Will the collapse in oil prices diminish fracking activism? by danps.

    2015-01-05 05:39:20View | Delete

    Superconductivity displayed at over 100c. We now have 21 materials that are superconductive at room temperature or higher. All the room temp or higher compounds are strongly hydroscopic (meaning they suck up water) and rapidly lose their superconductive properties. Still, it proves it can be done.

    something’s missing in this story as i’s pretty simple to [...]

  • not really following, your entry suggests defendants have a choice, if they did, why wouldn’t every defendant use the colorado method?

    or have I misunderstood

    can’t wait for the answer, I havea a d8, will come back to see what I am missing

  • perris commented on the blog post Make sure that popcorn is “air-popped”

    2015-01-02 04:15:12View | Delete

    they’ve prolifically used that defense, they actually went to court for the right to deliberately lie on their news station, and won the case

    will look for the link

  • perris commented on the blog post Make sure that popcorn is “air-popped”

    2015-01-02 04:12:00View | Delete

    really not following the all of a sudden upheaval over editing stories to suit fox agenda?
    ?
    who was fired for the brietbart and acorn reports?

    whas o’really? fired?

    was sham hannity fired?

    did they fired the editor of those tapes?

    why is faux getting a concience all of a sudden?

  • perris commented on the blog post Over Easy: When To Plead Guilty In A Capital Case

    2014-12-31 05:29:43View | Delete

    However, if we get rid of executions, what will we use as leverage to get guilty pleas and save the costs and stress of a trial? The choice now becomes life w/o parole or life with parole.

    never considered that point of view and it is the strongest argument for the death penalty I have heard to date

    now, REALLY must go

  • perris commented on the blog post Over Easy: When To Plead Guilty In A Capital Case

    2014-12-31 05:27:52View | Delete

    So there is no mistake, I am not saying Dzhokhar is guilty or that he has offered to plead guilty in exchange for LWOP. All I am saying is that it looks to me like the government can prove its case.

    pardon the expression, but from the evidence presented by you, it certainly looks like the defense offered to plea guilty;

    It was the government that elected to pursue the death penalty in this case. If the government remains unwilling to relent in seeking death and the case must therefore be tried

    pretty clear dat

    gotz 2 go, c all L8tr

  • perris commented on the blog post Over Easy: When To Plead Guilty In A Capital Case

    2014-12-31 05:25:09View | Delete

    readding these are SO enjoyable, I forgot how much I enjoyed that great tv show, “paper chase” till just now

    my comment/ question, will have to read answer later

    is the afford plea the same as the no contest plea?

    seems to have the same implications, however I don’t remember the no contest plea relying on therapy that admitted guilt

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