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  1. I passed by the bank on the corner of Corsicana St and Prairieville tonight at 10:00 PM and the lights were on. I circled around to the back parking lot of the bank and there were two vans parked close to the entrance. I got excited because I do have some of the dinar but couldn't imagine that the RV would be starting at night. I hurried home and located my dinar, gathered it all together, and headed back downtown to the bank. When I got back to the bank someone was loading what looked like a vacuum cleaner in one of the vans and another man was pushing what looked like a large garbage can with brooms and mop handles sticking out of it. The lights were off in the bank and the feeling of hopelessness rushed all over me. I sure hope I didn't miss the RV.
  2. HISD Board of Education approves creation of Arabic Language Immersion Magnet School WELCOME Greetings AIMS Community! I look forward to welcoming your children to the inaugural class of one of the nation’s first Arabic Immersion Schools. A graduate of The University of Texas at Austin for both my bachelors and masters degrees, I began my teaching career in HISD at Lamar High School. After Lamar I joined the teaching staff of Houston Academy for International Studies (HAIS). In 2011, I became Dean of Instruction at HAIS, helping lead the school to achieve a National Blue Ribbon Award. Having spent my childhood in both Houston, Texas and Cairo, Egypt, I’m excited about leading a world-class school for Houston students. My experience in Cairo not only helped me learn Arabic, it broadened my world-view. The ability to communicate in another language is a marketable asset; fluency in Arabic is an extraordinary asset. While it may seem far away, learning Arabic will help your children gain jobs in the oil and gas industry, state department, and many multi-national corporations. Additionally, even before your children leave the walls of AIMS, their experiences in dual language will benefit them greatly. Research shows that bilingualism helps children develop their critical thinking, analytical skills, and an appreciation for different cultures. I look forward to a great school year! Kate D. Adams, Principal Email: Arabic Immersion Magnet School (AIMS) THE IMPORTANCE OF ARABIC IMMERSION
  3. 2 Million Bikers To D.C. Riding with Texas bikers Sunday June 7, 2015 At: Waco Texas We want the whole country to join US Texas bikers Know: The 170 arrested at the Waco shooting were NOT engaged in “Organized Crime”, “Racketeering”, “Drug Dealing”, “Prostitution”, Human Trafficking”, “Motorcycle Stealing” or “Mexican Cartel Business” as the propaganda assault that law-enforcement and the mainstream media have waged. Texas bikers Know: The COCI Meeting scheduled May 17, 2015 was publicly advertised two months prior to the Waco Massacre. Texas bikers Know: The COCI meetings have been taking place monthly and bi-monthly for 16 years all over the state of Texas. Texas bikers Know: The people that were attending this meeting are some of the most patriotic politically active people in the state of Texas. Texas bikers Know: “Freedom, Liberty, and Justice For All” is under assault and a system that promotes, enacts, and condones actions like the one in Waco is the tip of an ice-burg that proves to be a much larger problem.
  4. No truer statement have I ever read in the rumor section. going to go down the same road .............. going to go down the same road ............ going to go down the same road ............ going to go down the same road ............ going to go down the same road ........... going to go down the same road ........... going to go down the same road. Yes, I believe that, it has been going down the same road for quite some time now.
  5. It is a tragedy that two gunmen can arrive at an event in Garland Texas and open fire with the intention of killing as many people as possible and the talking heads of the Main Stream Media immediately assign the blame on the intended victims. The most tragic part of it is We The People keep listening to the lies they keep telling us.
  6. The Art Exhibit Link I had 4 entries in the contest. Didn't win anything.
  7. This would work if executed properly.
  8. I'm not gagged, but I am all dressed up in duct tape with nowhere to go.
  9. I would venture to say that no matter whether the cop is bad or good, the suspects deserve the right to a fair trial. Killing them without due process seems a bit extreme. Cops do have the right to stay alive but so do the suspects.
  10. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Civil_forfeiture_in_the_United_States
  11. What a novel idea, completely disregard the concept of this being a currency governed by the standard uses of a currency. Do the banks now have the ability to capitalize with "civil asset forfeiture?
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