"Thanks to all that participated in this disgusting and extravagant loss of time, and brain drain. I heard Rush say something today that made sense, and it goes like this: "You can't argue, nor debate with a fool". Definition: one…"
"592. In the law of evidence. Anything which may be presented as evidence to the senses of the adjudicating tribunal. The term “instruments of evidence” includes not merely documents, but witnesses and living things which may be presented…"
"The one thing I am totally guilty of is feeding the trolls that come on here.
"Melinda" will at some point leave the discussion, take her content, which I'm sure she'll permalink to for future trolling, and probably come…"
"What is INSTRUMENT?
A written document; a formal or legal document in writing, such as a contract, deed, will, bond, or lease. State v. Phillips, 157 Ind. 4S1, 62 N. E. 12; Cardenas v. Miller, 108 Cal. 250, 39 Pac. 783, 49 Am. St Rep. 84; Benson v.…"
"Mel, an "instrument", as used in your "legal" definition of document is 'a formal or legal document in writing, such as a contract, deed, will, bond, or lease'. A website post written as a comment/reply…"
"If we are not talking about an official document by the jurisdiction your implying x is somehow defrauding you are definitely arguing semantics and and really stretching the hell out of them for what purpose seems obvious."
"What is DOCUMENT?
An instrument on which is recorded, by means of letters, figures, or marks, matter which may be evidentially used. In this sense the term “document” applies to writings; to words printed, lithographed, or photographed;…"
"A post on the Ludington Torch is by no means a document; your interpretation of my meaning of 'static residence' is your own.
Beyond that, and other points expressed here by me and others that seem to evade your ken, it would…"
""just that it was a static residence" versus "I considered my only 'static' residence to be at my parent's address"
Blacks Law Dictionary,
What is STATIC?
1. General. Featured by lack of activity, movement, change…"
""vote anywhere" yes! so as long as they're LEGALLY registered where ever ANYWHERE is. OBVIOUSLY. Not vote ANYWHERE as in the WRONG ward/district. How can a person like you be so wrong so many times and keep on going,LOL."
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