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mogandave

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  1. If I had to guess there is a big liability involved, and there's nothing the embassies can do at least in the short term.
  2. You think the U.S. Government should just provide "...some type of income verification..." by hiring a few people and charging an extra $50? If you're retired and still paying big taxes you've got plenty of dough and should not have anything to worry about.
  3. Well, I'm just going by what I'm reading. at least a couple embassies gave a little notice and will continue issuing letter until the end of the year.
  4. mogandave

    Metalex

    Probably float our boats at Queen’s Park again this year....
  5. I would guess it just took them longer to get it done. I think once it was made clear the embassies would have to actually certify the income, it became impossible. I doubt it has anything to do with supporting citizens. That said, I doubt this will have any significant negative impact on people currently playing by the rules.
  6. But Nazism and Fascism are right there hiding in the shadows. Got it.
  7. mogandave

    quick question about the Thai lottery

    Do the people claiming the Thai lottery is a rip-off think that lotteries in other countries are not?
  8. mogandave

    quick question about the Thai lottery

    And I believe if they turn them in they get their “quota” reduced.
  9. mogandave

    TItanium

    I know about 1 out of 3 times the knee sets it off.
  10. I think they need jobs, not funds.
  11. I am arguing from ignorance, that's why I am trying to educate myself. Do you have a link to the actual survey questions or answers to any of the other questions I asked? I would rather not just blindly accept the results of a survey without the general information required to substantiate it. Again, I still have not seen anywhere: 1. Credentials required to be considered a Climatologist. 2. List of the Climatologists that participated in the survey. 3. What organizations fund the individual Climatologists surveyed. 4. Specifically what each Climatologist is receiving funding to prove. 5. What organization complemented the survey of Climatologists, and how they are funded. 6. How the survey of Climatologists was funded. 7. Specifically what questions were asked that they all seem to agree on. Do you have any idea where I can find the survey and answers to the corresponding questions? Thanks again.
  12. mogandave

    Metalex

    Hey Fellas, that time of year again. Metalex will be at the BITEC next week November 21-24. It's always a great show, and there are usually a lot of great deals to be had on metalworking tools, equipment & supplies.
  13. Sorry, I did not intend to quote you, but perhaps you know. I am concerned about the lack of data and methodology included in all the studies we see on these threads. My question now is in regard to the study claiming 97% of climatologists agree on the status of climate change. I still have not seen anywhere: 1. Credentials required to be considered a Climatologist. 2. List of the Climatologists that participated in the survey. 3. What organizations fund the individual Climatologists surveyed. 4. Specifically what each Climatologist is receiving funding to prove. 5. What organization complemented the survey of Climatologists, and how they are funded. 6. How the survey of Climatologists was funded. 7. Specifically what questions were asked that they all seem to agree on. I think these are very basic questions that should be answered before the survey can be assumed credible. Do you agree, and if so, do you have any idea where this information is available? I hear the 97% quote all the time, but I have no idea where it comes from. Thanks
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