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    I think there is a strong likely hood that the Marxist government we have in place will keep pushing and pushing. Keep attacking our freedoms, chiping away at the Constitution in hopes of inciting some to do something in order to have and excuse to declare martial law. Nothing new here. Create a crisis so you can impliment the answer to the crisis you wanted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bohemian View Post
    "To be ignorant of one's ignorance is the malady of the ignorant." - Amos Bronson Alcott

    gdcleanfun you now join the rest of the thread crapping trolls on permanent ignore...
    It's certainly amazing that when confronted with a different opinion, some people poke their fingers in their ears, remove their glasses, and run and hide.

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    Originally Posted by Bohemian
    "To be ignorant of one's ignorance is the malady of the ignorant." - Amos Bronson Alcott

    gdcleanfun you now join the rest of the thread crapping trolls on permanent ignore...





    Damn, I'm heartbroken! You're no fun!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HK4U View Post
    I think there is a strong likely hood that the Marxist government we have in place will keep pushing and pushing. Keep attacking our freedoms, chiping away at the Constitution in hopes of inciting some to do something in order to have and excuse to declare martial law. Nothing new here. Create a crisis so you can impliment the answer to the crisis you wanted.
    I agree, HK4U. That's been my suspicion for some time now. After all, there are terrorists among the citizenry: gunowners. But, even more dangerous are the Christian gunowning terrorists. It's crystal clear that if anyone dares to disagree with BO's policies, and especially if they have the audacity to speak up against them, they are labeled "terrorists". Instead of going after the real terrorists, who are coming in from other countries with explosives hidden in their underwear, we are the problem. Has the world gone completely insane? I believe it has.
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    I am one of those afraid if push comes to shove... that AMERICAN troops WILL point their guns at AMERICAN CITIZENS and TAKE their guns from them.

    Hurricane Katrina showed us that happening right on national TV.

    There ARE a LOT of citizens who WILL hand over their guns.

    I sure as hell hope that doesn't happen. BUT, it could. As simple as having a few "government shooters" kill a few of the troops, a few here, a few there and all of the sudden we would have martial law declared.

    That simple. And that scares the hell out of me. America is a powder keg waiting to explode. There ARE millions and MILLIONS of citizens who DON'T like what has been done and is being done to our country by a few DOZEN people.

    That could all be stopped with the removal of those few dozen people, but I am afraid if it starts, that millions of citizens will die instead.

    Neighbor killing neighbor.

    What are the odds of that happening? A LOT closer than it has ever been for as far back as I can remember.

    Would YOU kill your neighbor, brother, sister, mother or father if they were on the "wrong" side? COULD you?

    Tough call. A VERY TOUGH CALL.

    I KNOW people who are close to me who are on the "wrong" side. I HOPE they don't pick up a gun and try to point it at me.

    YES, I know people on the "wrong" side who, IF they did in fact own a gun, would probably voluntarily turn in their guns to the antigun people. They are the people on the "wrong" side. They don't think we have the right to own a gun to protect ourselves from enemies, either foreign OR domestic (those of our own troops who "forgot" they are supposed to be on the citizens side, to help protect us from what is happening and those who are on the "wrong" side).

    I'll bet you do too.

    If you believe in God or not, then you better be praying it doesn't happen.

    And to keep our fingers crossed it is just a bunch of people TRYING to STIR things up, blowing hot air. "Those" people are HOPING for a civil war, because it would be good for those who are doing the stirring.

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    Is it really necessary to have a post three feet long? Couldn't you just recap and put a link to the article?





    Quote Originally Posted by Bohemian View Post
    When has Martial Law Been Declared In the United States? A Lot More Then Is Taught In Schools...
    Martial Law - Further Readings

    The aforementioned is pretty good, except it omits Hurricane Katrina and unbelievably still in office Mayor Ray Nagan's declaration of martial law and that "Nobody Will Be Able To Have Guns"

    Old Honest Abe Lincoln and Obama's favorite President by his own words...

    Appears to have been quite the dictator...

    And contrary to what they teach in schools the Civil War was not about Slavery...

    Abraham Lincoln
    16th President of the United States: 1861-1865
    Executive Order
    April 27, 1861

    The COMMANDING GENERAL OF THE ARMY OF THE UNITED STATES

    You are engaged in suppressing an insurrection against the laws of the United States. If at any point on or in the vicinity of any military, line which is now or which shall be used between the city of Philadelphia and the city of Washington you find resistance which renders it necessary to suspend the writ of habeas corpus for the public safety, you personally, or through the officer in command at the point where resistance occurs, are authorized to suspend that writ.

    Given under my hand and the seal of the United States, at the city of Washington, this 27th day of April, 1861, and of the Independence of the United States the eighty-fifth.

    ABRAHAM LINCOLN.

    By the President of the United States:

    WILLIAM H. SEWARD,

    Secretary of State .
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    Abraham Lincoln
    16th President of the United States: 1861-1865
    Executive Order
    June 20th, 1861

    STATE DEPARTMENT

    The LIEUTENANT-GENERAL COMMANDING THE ARMIES OF THE UNITED STATES:

    You or any officer you may designate will, in your discretion, suspend the writ of habeas corpus so far as may relate to Major Chase, lately of the Engineer Corps of the Army of the United States, now alleged to be guilty of treasonable practices against this Government.

    ABRAHAM LINCOLN.

    By the President:

    WILLIAM H. SEWARD.

    Abraham Lincoln: Executive Order

    Abraham Lincoln
    16th President of the United States: 1861-1865
    Executive Order
    July 2nd, 1861

    The COMMANDING GENERAL, ARMY OF THE UNITED STATES:

    You are engaged in suppressing an insurrection against the laws of the United States. If at any point on or in the vicinity of any military line which is now or which shall be used between the city of New York and the city of Washington you find resistance which renders it necessary to suspend the writ of habeas corpus for the public safety, you personally, or through the officer in command at the point where resistance occurs, are authorized to suspend that writ.

    Given under my hand and the seal of the United States, at the city of Washington, this 2d day of July, A. D. 1861, and of the Independence of the United States the eighty-fifth.

    ABRAHAM LINCOLN.

    By the President:

    WILLIAM H. SEWARD,

    Secretary of State,

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    Abraham Lincoln
    16th President of the United States: 1861-1865
    Executive Order
    August 7th, 1861

    By the fifty-seventh article of the act of Congress entitled "An act for establishing rules and articles for the government of the armies of the United States," approved April 10, 1806, holding correspondence with or giving intelligence to the enemy, either directly or indirectly, is made punishable by death, or such other punishment as shall be ordered by the sentence of a court-martial. Public safety requires strict enforcement of this article.

    It is therefore ordered, That all correspondence and communication, verbally or by writing, printing, or telegraphing, respecting operations of the Army or military movements on land or water, or respecting the troops, camps, arsenals, intrenchments, or military affairs within the several military districts, by which intelligence shall be, directly or indirectly, given to the enemy, without the authority and sanction of the major-general in command, be, and the same are absolutely prohibited, and from and after the date of this order persons violating the same will be proceeded against under the fifty-seventh article of war

    SIMON CAMERON.

    Approved:

    A. LINCOLN.

    Abraham Lincoln: Executive Order

    Abraham Lincoln
    16th President of the United States: 1861-1865
    Executive Order
    October 14th, 1861

    Lieutenant-General WINFIELD SCOTT:

    The military line of the United States for the suppression of the insurrection may be extended so far as Bangor, in Maine. You and any officer acting under your authority are hereby authorized to suspend the writ of habeas corpus in any place between that place and the city of Washington.

    ABRAHAM LINCOLN.

    By the President:

    WILLIAM H. SEWARD,

    Secretary of State .

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    Abraham Lincoln
    16th President of the United States: 1861-1865
    Executive Order
    November 16th, 1861

    GENERAL ORDERS, No. 100

    HEADQUARTEES OF THE ARMY

    ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE

    Complaint has been made to the President of the United States that certain persons within the State of Virginia, in places occupied by the forces of the United States, claim to be incumbents of civil offices--State, county, and municipal--by alleged authority from the Commonwealth of Virginia, in disregard and violation of the "declaration of the people of Virginia represented in convention at the city of Wheeling, Thursday, June 13, 1861," and of the ordinances of said convention, and of the acts of the general assembly held by authority of said convention.
    , appendages, and appurtenances that may be required for the transport of troops, arms, ammunition, and military supplies of the United States, and to do and perform all acts and things that may be necessary or proper to be done for the safe and speedy transport aforesaid.

    By order of the President, Commander in Chief of the Army and Navy of the United States:

    EDWIN M. STANTON,

    Secretary of War.

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    Abraham Lincoln
    16th President of the United States: 1861-1865
    Executive Order
    February 25th, 1862

    WAR DEPARTMENT

    Ordered, first. On and after the 26th day of February instant the President, by virtue of the act of Congress, takes military possession of all the telegraph lines in the United States.

    Second. All telegraphic communications in regard to military operations not expressly authorized by the War Department, the General Commanding, or the generals commanding armies in the field, in the several departments, are absolutely forbidden.

    Third. All newspapers publishing military news, however obtained and by whatever medium received, not authorized by the official authority mentioned in the preceding paragraph will be excluded thereafter from receiving information by telegraph or from transmitting their papers by railroad.

    Fourth. Edward S. Sanford is made military supervisor of telegraphic messages throughout the United States. Anson Stager is made military superintendent of all telegraph lines and offices in the United States.

    Fifth. This possession and control of the telegraph lines is not intended to interfere in any respect with the ordinary affairs of the companies or with private business.

    By order of the President:

    EDWIN M. STANTON,

    Secretary of War.

    Abraham Lincoln: Executive Order - Taking into Military Possession all Telegraph Lines in the United States

    Abraham Lincoln
    16th President of the United States: 1861-1865
    Executive Order
    March 8th, 1862

    PRESIDENT'S GENERAL WAR ORDER NO. 2

    Ordered , 1. That the major-general commanding the Army of the Potomac proceed forthwith to organize that part of the said army destined to enter upon active operations (including the reserve, but excluding the troops to be left in the fortifications about Washington) into four army corps, to be commanded according to seniority of rank, as follows:

    First Corps to consist of four divisions, and to be commanded by Major-General I. McDowell.

    Second Corps to consist of three divisions, and to be commanded by Brigadier-General E. V. Sumner.

    Third Corps to consist of three divisions, and to be commanded by Brigadier-General S. P. Heintzelman.

    Fourth Corps to consist of three divisions, and to be commanded by Brigadier-General E. D. Keyes.

    2. That the divisions now commanded by the officers above assigned to the commands of army corps shall be embraced in and form part of their respective corps.

    3. The forces left for the defense of Washington will be placed in command of Brigadier-General James S. Wadsworth, who shall also be military governor of the District of Columbia.

    4. That .this order be executed with such promptness and dispatch as not to delay the commencement of the operations already directed to be undertaken by the Army of the Potomac.

    5. A fifth army corps, to be commanded by Major-General N. P. Banks, will be formed from his own and General Shields's (late General Lander's) divisions.

    ABRAHAM LINCOLN.

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    Abraham Lincoln
    16th President of the United States: 1861-1865
    Executive Order
    April 5ht, 1862

    WAR DEPARTMENT

    Major-General JOHN A. DIX:

    Ordered , That Major-General John A. Dix, commanding at Baltimore, be, and he is, authorized and empowered at his discretion--

    First. To assume and exercise control over the police of the city of Baltimore; to supersede and remove the civil police or any part thereof and establish a military police in said city.

    Second. To arrest and imprison disloyal persons, declare martial law, and suspend the writ of habeas corpus in the city of Baltimore or any part of his command, and to exercise and perform all military power, function, and authority that he may deem proper lot the safety of his command or to secure obedience and respect to the authority and Government of the United States.

    By order of the President:

    EDWIN M. STANTON,

    Secretary of War.

    The skillful and gallant movements of Major-General John E. Wool and the forces under his command, which resulted in the surrender of Norfolk and the evacuation of strong batteries erected by the rebels on Sewells Point and Craney Island and the destruction of the rebel ironclad steamer Merrimac , are regarded by the President as among the most important successes of the present war. He therefore orders that his thanks as Commander in Chief of the Army and Navy be communicated by the War Department to Major-General John E. Wool and the officers and soldiers of his command for their gallantry and good conduct in the brilliant operations mentioned.

    By order of the President, made at the city of Norfolk on the 11th day of May, 1862:

    EDWIN M. STANTON,

    Secretary of War.

    Abraham Lincoln: Executive Order

    Abraham Lincoln
    16th President of the United States: 1861-1865
    Executive Order
    May 25th, 1862

    WAR DEPARTMENT

    Ordered: By virtue of the authority vested by act of Congress, the President takes military possession of all the railroads in the United States from and after this date until further order, and directs that the respective railroad companies, their officers and servants, shall hold themselves in readiness for the transportation of such troops and munitions of war as may be ordered by the military authorities, to the exclusion of all other business.

    By order of the Secretary of War:

    M. C. MEIGS,

    Quartermaster-General.

    Abraham Lincoln: Executive Order - Taking Military Possession of Railroads

    Abraham Lincoln
    16th President of the United States: 1861-1865
    Executive Order
    May 28th, 1862

    WAR DEPARTMENT

    Colonel HAUPT.

    SIR: You are hereby appointed chief of construction and transportation in the Department of the Rappahannock, with the rank of colonel, and attached to the staff of Major-General McDowell.

    You are authorized to do whatever you may deem expedient to open for use in the shortest possible time all military railroads now or hereafter required in said department; to use the same for transportation under such rules and regulations as you may prescribe: to appoint such assistants and employees as you may deem necessary, define their duties and fix their compensation; to make requisitions upon any of the military authorities, with the approval of the Commanding General, for such temporary or permanent details of men as may be required for the construction or protection of lines of communication; to use such Government steamers and transports as you may deem necessary; to pass free of charge in such steamers and transports and on other military roads all persons whose services may be required in construction or transportation; to purchase all such machinery, rolling stock, and supplies as the proper use and operation of the said railroads may require, and certify the same to the Quartermaster-General, who shall make payment therefor. You are also authorized to form a permanent corps of artficers, organized, officered, and equipped in such manner as you may prescribe; to supply said corps with rations, transportation, tools, and implements by requisitions upon the proper departments; to employ civilians as foremen and assistants, under such rules and rates of compensation as you may deem expedient; to make such additions to ordinary rations when actually at work as you may deem necessary.

    You are also authorized to take possession of and use all railroads, engines, cars, buildings, machinery, and appurtenances within the geographical limits of the Department of the Rappahannock, and all authority heretofore given to other parties which may in any way conflict with the instructions herein contained are and will be without force and effect in the said Department of the Rappahannock from and after this date.

    By order of the President, Commander in Chief of the Army and Navy of the United States:

    EDWIN M. STANTON,

    Secretary of War.

    Abraham Lincoln: Executive Order

    Abraham Lincoln
    16th President of the United States: 1861-1865
    Executive Order
    July 22nd, 1862

    WAR DEPARTMENT

    1. Ordered, That military commanders within the States of Virginia, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, and Arkansas in an orderly manner seize and use any property, real or personal, which may be necessary or convenient for their several commands as supplies or for other military purposes; and that while property may be destroyed for proper military objects, none shall be destroyed in wantonness of malice.

    2. That military and naval commanders shall employ as laborers within and from said States so many persons of African descent as can be advantageously used for military or naval purposes, giving them reasonable wages for their labor.

    3. That as to both property and persons of African descent accounts shall be kept sufficiently accurate and in detail to show quantities and amounts and from whom both property and such persons shall have come, as a basis upon which compensation can be made in proper cases; and the several Departments of this Government shall attend to and perform their appropriate parts toward the execution of these orders.

    By order of the President:

    EDWIN M. STANTON,

    Secretary of War.

    Abraham Lincoln: Executive Order - Authorizing Employment of "Contrabands"

    Abraham Lincoln
    16th President of the United States: 1861-1865
    Executive Order
    August 8th, 1862

    WAR DEPARTMENT,

    By direction of the President of the United States, it is hereby ordered that until further order no citizen liable to be drafted into the militia shall be allowed to go to a foreign country. And all marshals, deputy marshals, and military officers of the United States are directed, and all police authorities, especially at the ports of the United States on the seaboard and on the frontier, are requested, to see that this order is faithfully carried into effect. And they are hereby authorized and directed to arrest and detain any person or persons about to depart from the United States in violation of this order, and report to Major L. C. Turner, judge-advocate at Washington City, for further instructions respecting the person or persons so arrested or detained.

    II. Any person liable to draft who shall absent himself from his county or State before such draft is made will be arrested by any provost-marshal or other United States or State officer, wherever he may be found within the jurisdiction of the United States, and be conveyed to the nearest military post or depot and placed on military duty for the term of the draft; and the expenses of his own arrest and conveyance to such post or depot, and also the sum of $5, as a reward to the officer who shall make such arrest, shall be deducted from his pay.

    III. The writ of habeas corpus is hereby suspended in respect to all persons so arrested and detained, and in respect to all persons arrested for disloyal practices.

    EDWIN M. STANTON,

    Secretary of War.

    Abraham Lincoln: Executive Order

    Abraham Lincoln
    16th President of the United States: 1861-1865
    Executive Order
    September 2nd, 1862

    SPECLAL ORDERS, No. 218.

    HEADQUARTERS OF THE ARMY,

    ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE,

    Washington, September 2, 1862.

    By direction of the President, all the clerks and employees of the civil Departments and all the employees on the public buildings in Washington will be immediately organized into companies, under the direction of Brigadier-General Wadsworth, and will be armed and supplied with ammunition, for the defense of the capital.

    By command of Major-General Halleck:

    E. D. TOWNSEND,

    Assistant Adjutant-General.

    Abraham Lincoln: Executive Order

    Abraham Lincoln
    16th President of the United States: 1861-1865
    Executive Order
    October 20th, 1862

    The insurrection which has for some time prevailed in several of the States of this Union, including Louisiana. having temporarily subverted and swept away the civil institutions of that State, including the judiciary and the judicial authorities of the Union, so that it has become necessary to hold the State in military occupation, and it being indispensably necessary that there shall be some judicial tribunal existing there capable of administering justice, I have therefore thought it proper to appoint, and I do hereby constitute, a provisional court, which shall be a court of record, for the State of Louisiana; and I do hereby appoint Charles A. Peabody, of New York, to be a provisional judge to hold said court, with authority to hear, try, and determine all causes, civil and criminal, including causes in law, equity, revenue, and admiralty, and particularly all such powers and jurisdiction as belong to the district and circuit courts of the United States, conforming his proceedings so far as possible to the course of proceedings and practice which has been customary in the courts of the United States and Louisiana, his judgment to be final and conclusive. And I do hereby authorize and empower the said judge to make and establish such rules and regulations as may be necessary for the exercise of his jurisdiction, and empower the said judge to appoint a prosecuting attorney, marshal, and clerk of the said court, who shall perform the functions of attorney, marshal, and clerk according to such proceedings and practice as before mentioned and such rules and regulations as may be made and established by said judge. These appointments are to continue during the pleasure of the President, not extending beyond the military occupation of the city of New Orleans or the restoration of the civil authority in that city and in the State of Louisiana. These officers shall be paid, out of the contingent fund of the War Department, compensation as follows:

    The judge at the rate of $3,500 per annum; the prosecuting attorney, including the fees, at the rate of $3,000 per annum; the marshal, including the fees, at the rate of $3,000 per annum; and the clerk, including the fees, at the rate of $2,500 per annum; such compensations to be certified by the Secretary of War. A copy of this order, certified by the Secretary of War and delivered to such judge, shall be deemed and held to be a sufficient commission.

    ABRAHAM LINCOLN,

    President of the United States.

    EXECUTIVE MANSION,

    Abraham Lincoln: Executive Order - Establishing a Provisional Court in Louisiana

    Abraham Lincoln
    16th President of the United States: 1861-1865
    Executive Order - Concerning the Confiscation Act
    November 13th, 1862

    Ordered by the President of the United States, That the Attorney-General be charged with the superintendence and direction of all proceedings to be had under the act of Congress of the 17th of July, 1862, entitled "An act to suppress insurrection, to punish treason and rebellion, to seize and confiscate the property of rebels, and for other purposes," in so far as may concern the seizure, prosecution. and condemnation of the estate, property, and effects of rebels and traitors, as mentioned and provided for in the fifth, sixth, and seventh sections of the said act of Congress. And the Attorney-General is authorized and required to give to the attorneys and marshals of the United States such instructions and directions as he may find needful and convenient touching all such seizures, prosecutions, and condemnations, and, moreover, to authorize all such attorneys and marshals, whenever there may be reasonable ground to fear any forcible resistance to them in the discharge of their respective duties in this behalf, to call upon any military officer in command of the forces of the United States to give to them such aid, protection, and support as may be necessary to enable them safely and efficiently to dicharge their respective duties; and all such commanding officers are required promptly to obey such call, and to render the necessary service as far as may be in their power consistently with their other duties.

    ABRAHAM LINCOLN.

    By the President:

    EDWARD BATES,

    Attorney-General.

    Abraham Lincoln: Executive Order - Concerning the Confiscation Act
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    Today: And over here on the right, we have Debi telling us how it is for real!

    Quote Originally Posted by gdcleanfun View Post
    Originally Posted by Bohemian
    "To be ignorant of one's ignorance is the malady of the ignorant." - Amos Bronson Alcott

    gdcleanfun you now join the rest of the thread crapping trolls on permanent ignore...

    Damn, I'm heartbroken! You're no fun!
    Aw, come on, Debi...

    I turn away for 5 minutes and there you are, riling up the thread, ALL THE TIME... like you make a habit of it. Don't do that so much, telling people they are full of bull crap... geeeez, my ribs HURT from laughing too hard! LOL

    What did I hear you say? Huh? Did I hear you say: IF it smells like BS, if it looks like BS, if it sounds like BS... Then I, gdcleanfun, have NO problem with pronouncing it BS.

    DON'T be bashful, Girl... GIVE'M HELL. Out there kicking a$$ and taking names. Yep, that sure sounds like the Debi I know.

    I LOVE IT!! ROFLMFAO!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RugerP345 View Post
    Is it really necessary to have a post three feet long? Couldn't you just recap and put a link to the article?
    That won't happen because some people just like to "hear themselves talk." Sad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oregon Vet View Post
    Aw, come on, Debi...

    I turn away for 5 minutes and there you are, riling up the thread, ALL THE TIME... like you make a habit of it. Don't do that so much, telling people they are full of bull crap... geeeez, my ribs HURT from laughing too hard! LOL

    What did I hear you say? Huh? Did I hear you say: IF it smells like BS, if it looks like BS, if it sounds like BS... Then I, gdcleanfun, have NO problem with pronouncing it BS.

    DON'T be bashful, Girl... GIVE'M HELL. Out there kicking a$$ and taking names. Yep, that sure sounds like the Debi I know.

    I LOVE IT!! ROFLMFAO!
    Awww, Ken, you're too kind! roflmfao too!

    Have a great evening and a fantastic New Year. Are you doing anything to celebrate? PM me, you know where to find me.

    Happy New Year to all!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RugerP345 View Post
    Is it really necessary to have a post three feet long? Couldn't you just recap and put a link to the article?
    See, Bohemian knows how to work this web site. The more he posts on his own posts, what ever the post, short or long, the more it shows up as a new post in bold on the main page, and it becomes worthy of being read by more people and more often. Clever!

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