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  1. Clyde

    Clyde Jet Set Tourer Administrator Founding Member

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  2. GaryBrun

    GaryBrun Monkey+++

    FBI will hire anyone with a university diploma. I participated in an FBI raid on a music CD pirate (as a technology consultant) and, I kid you not, out of the 12 agents in the bus I rode with, 10 were CPAs.
  3. ChemicalGal

    ChemicalGal Monkey+++

    It took 12 agents to take down a CD pirate?
  4. GaryBrun

    GaryBrun Monkey+++

    A CD pirate operation with a warehouse full of cd and dvd duplicators and I think it took close to 30 agents and assisted personnel. there were 2 buses and maybe 6 - 7 cars. And two 18 wheelers. Took them a better part of the day just to load the evidence onto the trailers. I was there for about an hour helping them decide what they need as direct evidence and what they can send to the warehouse since they already had something similar.
  5. Clyde

    Clyde Jet Set Tourer Administrator Founding Member

    No matter what, the police state is growing to "protect" us from the bad guys.
  6. Scavenger Flatbedder

    Scavenger Flatbedder Scavenging The Wasteland

    Our country is quickly becoming 1984.
  7. ghrit

    ghrit Ambulatory anachronism Administrator Founding Member

    Teh local junior colleges are pushing criminal justice and allied degrees for all sorts of things. Advertising considerable help finding jobs as PIs, jail guards and so forth. I wonder --
  8. Blackjack

    Blackjack Monkey+++

    I think "quickly becoming" is a little late. We're already there brother.

    For the ads:
    I've seen a lot of these commercials too, but I don't think anyone is behind it other than the schools trying to make a buck.
  9. melbo

    melbo Hunter Gatherer Administrator Founding Member

    We are all imagining s**t. They didnt really pass the Patriot Act, the Military Commissions Act, the Insurrection Act. They didnt do away with Habeas Corpus or Posse Comitatus. Bush doesnt use Presidential Signing Statements every other day to consolidate his executive power. None of this s**t happened and quite frankly I am sick of believing it did. Will someone please pinch me.
  10. ChemicalGal

    ChemicalGal Monkey+++

    Well guys & gals, I think what we are to look forward to (since almost all our mfg has or is going overseas) is either being a JBT or govt worker or selling them hamburgers. Or then there's the rest of us in prison because we don't agree
  11. ColtCarbine

    ColtCarbine Monkey+++ Founding Member

    What are they building up for, start enforcing the laws already in place? [troll]
  12. Shadowman

    Shadowman Monkey+++

    The United States has the highest percentage per capita of incarcerated citizens of any nation on this planet.....hmmmm do you think something might be wrong here?[dunno] Prisons are a growing business across the nation especially for small communities with no industrial or economic base. Welcome to the new world order[winkthumb]
  13. Clyde

    Clyde Jet Set Tourer Administrator Founding Member

    Moral decay = increase in crime = too many prisoners to state if quite simply. We have abandoned the moral heritage and religous principles upon which the nation was founded. After all, nothing is right or wrong in this humanistic world that has been perpetuated since the 1950s through our government "brainwashing" eductation system.

    Pretty soon some of us are going to be hunted down for exercising our free speech over the net....echelon and more fibbies...just what the dictator ordered!
  14. ColtCarbine

    ColtCarbine Monkey+++ Founding Member

    Bad boys, bad boys
    what ya gonna do when they come for you
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