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    Quote Originally Posted by David Merrill View Post
    Thank you Walter!

    We have the right to use the True Name too, but it is not very functional as a legal name unless people (and especially computer fields) presume one's middle name is the last name. I have identified myself correctly for twenty years now and never been charged with criminal impersonation for not using the "my" legal name. I have watched officials ponder that when I suggest they charge me, and it is rather amusing to watch the conundrum work through their conditioning for a while.

    Once in a while I feel we come full circle. CHARGE requires a surety.
    The blessing is in the hand of the doer. Faith absent deeds is dead.

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    "CHARGE requires a surety."


    Deed of Trust. A transfer of legal title to property from the trustor to the trustee, for the purpose of placing the legal title with the trustee as security for the performance of certain obligations, monetary or otherwise.

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    In Canada's jurisdiction when one gets an invitation to court it starts off with:

    "You are commanded in Her Majesty's name"

    Canadian Law dictionary.
    Her Majesty (His Majesty)
    1. The Crown in right of the provinces and in right of Canada.
    2. Also refers to the Sovereign of the United kingdom, Canada and Her other realms and territories, and Head of the Commonwealth. see Crown.

    So then the NAME on the BC belongs to whom?
    To me it means it belongs to Her Majesty.
    Its that BC NAME that is commanded to appear in HER NAME.
    There is joinder happening here.
    How?
    Maybe because the BC NAME is granted by deed.
    You can only grant it if it is yours in the first place.
    Which would mean the BC and the NAME on it belong to the Crown.

    From the Criminal Code:
    “every one”, “person” and “owner”, and similar expressions, include Her Majesty and an organization;

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    That makes sense in context of the Letter I showed, that it is not a financial instrument. It is used by the man or woman by a government grant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Joseph View Post
    Once in a while I feel we come full circle. CHARGE requires a surety.
    If I liked emoticons I would insert a smiley.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Merrill View Post
    If I liked emoticons I would insert a smiley.
    I am wondering why you don't like emoticons.

    Or maybe you're a Mr. Spock kinda guy.

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    Emoticons just bug me.

    If I was to pinpoint why it would be the same question we got for homework in Bible Study last night. Is God always angry with us when we sin?

    Anthropomorphism would have us relating and even imposing lower-dimensional emotions upon an obviously higher-dimensional being. Isn't that simply vain to be creating God in our image?

    Applying emotions via computers just bugs me, I guess.

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    "We don't need no stinkin' emoticons"


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    Quote Originally Posted by David Merrill View Post
    Emoticons just bug me.

    If I was to pinpoint why it would be the same question we got for homework in Bible Study last night. Is God always angry with us when we sin?

    Anthropomorphism would have us relating and even imposing lower-dimensional emotions upon an obviously higher-dimensional being. Isn't that simply vain to be creating God in our image?

    Applying emotions via computers just bugs me, I guess.
    You are soo Mr. Spock! LOL

    To me, a smile sets a pleasant tone for a post which could be taken the wrong way. This is good manners. It is decent and civilized. Like not talking on the cell phone when ordering a taco with extra guacamole. And sauce.

    But srsly, a smile can give hope and lift someone up, even on the interwebz where eye contact is absent and cutthroat is usually the key signature.

    But: I'll be sure not to smile at you. I hope I don't forget.


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    Serious cat is serious about not smiling. Srsly.

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