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Re: “Historic House

Too many signs regarding code 19:
Code 19 was hidden in chapter 74 for 1974 lunar years and it was discovered in 1974.
The gematrical value of the 19 Arabic letters of the first statement of Chapter 74
O hidden one come out and warn
is exactly 1974.
All the derivatives of the root RShD,
the name of the scientist who discovered code 19
is mentioned in the Numerically Coded Book Kitabun Marqum exactly 19 times.

And here are more:
Tucsons zip code number: 57
Masjid Tucsons zone number: 19
Masjid Tucsons land parcel number: 114
The year Masjid Tucson was constructed: 1919.
The only highway in the USA with the metric system connecting Tucson to Nogales: Highway 19

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Posted by Edip Yuksel on 04/09/2017 at 10:23 PM

Re: “Who’s Watching Your Web Trail?

Early to bed

And early to troll

That's what I do

Cuz I'm a Yuge Asshole.

The Ballad of Wrong, Again

(Not ac/dc. Venture outside of mama's dank basement and get a new pair of glasses to read my username correctly.)

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Posted by AZ/DC! on 04/08/2017 at 7:42 AM

Re: “Who’s Watching Your Web Trail?

palisades - what a great plan, ignore the mass killing, maybe give them some money, have John Kerry and Susan Rice LIE to the American people that all WMD's were removed.

What a plan! Kumbaya, My Lord, Kumbaya!

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Posted by What, Again on 04/08/2017 at 4:49 AM

Re: “Who’s Watching Your Web Trail?

you see, im well aware that washington's fervor of war is bipartisan, which is why i never said i was a hillary supporter.

mass killing is not okay with me, which is why im opposed to our intervention in wars that leads to more killing, especially in the middle east. but dont take my word for it.…

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Posted by Palisades on 04/07/2017 at 5:53 PM

Re: “Who’s Watching Your Web Trail?

Palisades - have you asked Hillary? Mass killing of innocents is fine with you?

Hours before missile strikes, Hillary Clinton said the US should attack Assads airfields

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Posted by What, Again on 04/07/2017 at 12:14 PM

Re: “Who’s Watching Your Web Trail?


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Posted by The "dumbshit" What, Again pot calling the Nintz kettle black. on 04/07/2017 at 10:37 AM

Re: “Who’s Watching Your Web Trail?

One Child Got Left

Rat T and his newest alias.

Styx did a song about it titled...

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Posted by I've Got Too Much Troll on My Hands on 04/07/2017 at 9:53 AM

Re: “Who’s Watching Your Web Trail?

The 51st State is that of denial. Looks like they have a new citizen.

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Posted by One Child Got Left on 04/07/2017 at 9:37 AM

Re: “Who’s Watching Your Web Trail?

Oh please, what did 59 missles, many of which missed their targets, that cost us billions of dollars accomplish? What failure was cleaned up?

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Posted by Palisades on 04/07/2017 at 9:33 AM

Re: “Who’s Watching Your Web Trail?

This one:

Susan Rice lied again.

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Posted by No child gets left on 04/07/2017 at 9:01 AM

Re: “Who’s Watching Your Web Trail?

That's just it they couldn't be reported four months ago because they were lies. So now we are giving away freedoms? Cynicism is overwhelming you. And you passed on the Kennedy truth. Pick and choose, but defend your position at any price. Why can't we all just be Americans?

By the way Trump just cleaned up another Obama failure in Syria.

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Posted by One Child got left on 04/06/2017 at 9:33 PM

Re: “Who’s Watching Your Web Trail?

"New jobs number up
New Unemployment Claims Down
Market at record levels
Business expanding hires
Income up
Consumer confidence at levels not seen since the 90s

If these very same statistics had been reported four months ago under our last president we'd see the same denial coming out of right wingers that these are phony or distorted numbers that they perpetuated for years during the economic growth that occurred under obama's years. there really is no way to win with certain people.

either way, its completely irrelevant. throwing away our freedoms is not a justifiable means to improve the economy.

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Posted by Palisades on 04/06/2017 at 6:05 PM

Re: “Who’s Watching Your Web Trail?

Google's been doing this forever. Why is it ok for them? Why do they get the competitive advantage?

My guess is Nintzel is too ignorant to even know this or just so filled with hate he can't understand.

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Posted by What, Again on 04/06/2017 at 3:44 PM

Re: “Who’s Watching Your Web Trail?

New jobs number up
New Unemployment Claims Down
Market at record levels
Business expanding hires
Income up
Consumer confidence at levels not seen since the 90s

Yeah I guess you are right, they don't know how to handle an economy.

By the way Ted Kennedy sponsored "No Child Left Behind."

Democrat Sen. Edward Kennedy co-sponsored the No Child Left Behind legislation, which passed in January 2002 with overwhelming bipartisan support. Almost immediately after the law was enacted, educators, families, and lawmakers across the country experienced an extreme case of buyers remorse.-HuffPo

And look at that, I was able to respond without any childish name calling.

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Posted by One Child Got Left on 04/06/2017 at 10:20 AM

Re: “Who’s Watching Your Web Trail?

Jeff Flake, the Nazi senator from Arizona introduced the bill and it went thru congress like it was their ticket to heaven and the orange douche bag in the oval office signed it like his kids lives depended on it. Why the rush, you say. Well, this is the Repubtards backdoor way of giving every conceivable government agency the ability to observe and create a dossier of anybody in this country that they want to target or imprison or torture. Since they can't wiretap us willy-nilly this is the perfect access to every human being on earth without being sued or sent to prison for it. This has very little to do with giving your browsing history to someone who wants to sell you some shyt this is a legal way to keep you under government surveillance legally. You always have to look beyond the obvious when dealing with Republicants. "No Child Left Behind" was the Repubnuts way of destroying the Teachers Union because it gave them access to fire teachers based on whatever criteria the cuntservatives decided to use. "The Right To Work" laws is not just to help you get a job it was the right-wing Republican gestapos way to destroy any unions that are in that state. Whenever you think a Republican is creating a law for your benefit you had better think again. They don't know how to govern,all they can do is try to control. They know absolutely nothing about how an Economy works, instead they develop convoluted models of their demented concepts that give all the money to the wealthy and let everyone else live like paupers which will eventually create a Revolution from the bottom up. Never trust a Republican regardless of how many bibles they swear upon.

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Posted by Beneal Good on 04/06/2017 at 9:40 AM

Re: “Show Us the Money

I have donated money to candidates in the past. Never any extraordinary amount, but somehow my name was available for anyone to see. But when I read that wealthy, election-tipping people (even foreign people) can somehow anonymously donate millions of dark dollars through PACs and Citizens United subterfuges, it just stinks up the whole country. More power to good efforts to "allow the public to more easily view and track money in political campaigns." Whenever I see it, I will look forward to believing it.

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Posted by Constant Voter on 03/30/2017 at 4:24 PM

Re: “Show Us the Money

Maybe Secretary Reagan would prefer to postpone an improved campaign finance reporting system until after she has run for reelection in 2018.

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Posted by franklymydears on 03/30/2017 at 3:04 PM

Re: “Nixon Divided

I went to Nixon Library in Yorba Linda CA. I was 18 in 68 walking though the Museum I had the day. I sat and watched on a B&W a 60's Philco TV the Nixon Kennedy debate. In clicked a switch in my mind I was in watching time as a third party. I dont think I could begin to reflect to anyone those times feelings to others there just just mirrors. To me they are alive here eternal.

The most dynamic instrument to me was a artisan parlor table. I looked at this piece of wood carved to be a center of gather. This parlor this table this humble Sears kit home. This carved out 8 acre citrus grove attempt at farming. This place was the Foundation of Richard Nixon. This was the place changed the world in so many ways.

The Parlor table place of gather for a Quaker lessons, Nixon's father had to resume his job as a conductor on one of the short lined runs from Whittier. He would bring home papers from all over the world left on the train, other peoples trash. So they would sit and read and discuss world happening. With so many different views in so many different cultural publications. This from a failed farming attempt his father picking/cleaning other discards. I can see a foundation of resentment and feelings of inadequacy a genius this is motivation.

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Posted by Yorba Linda on 03/23/2017 at 10:43 AM

Re: “Dignity for Desconocidos

Yep, the libs are totally to blame.

Not the conditions brought on by the Mexican government or the conservative exploitation of them for slavery wages.

Nope, it's all on the libs.

What, Again says so and he always knows what he's talking about.

Except for when he has anything to say about what he perceives as people being liberals.

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Posted by What, Again never posts actual facts in his ranting posts. on 03/17/2017 at 6:16 PM

Re: “So Long Sánchez

What we've heard from those doing public records requests is that there were BOTH bonuses awarded AND salaries increased without proper approval / disclosure, and it happened throughout Sanchez's tenure. It appears that it was a consistent practice: it wasn't a case of a mistake at the beginning which he chose to learn from so he could subsequently improve his administrative practice.

The work of explaining what has happened here needs to stop taking place in the comment streams. Constituents who are concerned should watch videos of Board meetings of the past three and 1/2 years, read the coverage of Sanchez's record provided in the Arizona Daily Star, and review the Latino plaintiffs' advocate's periodic reports. If those who have made a reasonable effort to review these readily accessible materials cannot see plainly that there were serious and recurring problems with the way Sanchez administered this public institution, the only conclusion to draw is that those people don't understand basic professional standards for public institution administration.

But in Arizona that is not at all surprising. Not only the population at large, but state level leaders have shown repeatedly and in a number of different ways that they don't understand public institution protocols with their framing of legislation to allow blocks to financial transparency in charter institutions using public funds and their belief that in this "war" they are fighting it is fine for people like Yarbrough to disregard conflict of interest and, after participating in getting tax credit legislation passed, to set themselves up as salaried employees of STOs dispensing public funds to private institutions. Phoenix privatizers loved Sanchez, and this is why: where public district schools should properly provide a contrast to untransparent charters and privates applying public funds, Sanchez began bringing a desperate, starved and malfunctioning public school district down to the level of the charters and privates, with his inability to understand and apply proper bidding and hiring practices, his courting of donations from the business community, his dispensing of his own personal donations to schools in the system he administered, his application of federal Title 1 dollars in ways that did not achieve the effects intended by "war on poverty" policy / funding, his outsourcing of subs, his disrespect for desegregation judges and plaintiffs, etc., ad nauseam. The list is long and extremely distasteful to those who have experience with standards maintained in properly run public school districts in other states. Perhaps, now that Sanchez is available, he can be hired to run an STO or charter network. He'd fit right in there, but he does NOT belong at the helm of a public school district serving a primarily low-SES, high minority population of more than 40,000. The administrative decisions he made did not benefit the vulnerable students in the district or the teachers struggling to serve them under increasingly difficult conditions. Those who've followed informed commentary about implementation of the USP and changes in the use of desegregation funds for the past 3 and 1/2 years (including drastically escalating legal costs which sucked money out of poverty-stricken schools and applied it in unnecessary litigation) know it.

Perhaps, Mr. Huppenthal, you would consider showing us some mercy and no longer inserting your opinions about the administration of public education institutions into these comment streams? You showed by your promotion of exit from the public district system while you were state superintendent of PUBLIC education that you don't believe in the public district system and don't support it. These days Southern Arizona's few supporters of what public schools have been and are in other parts of the U.S. are struggling enough in their efforts to combat locally-sourced BS. We really don't need more BS imported and dropped into these comment streams by Phoenix privatizers.

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Posted by Learn proper standards for public institutions. on 03/11/2017 at 12:06 PM

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