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    Quote Originally Posted by UGLY View Post
    Classy as usual.
    Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by washed up wrestler View Post
    Thank you.
    So how do you get internet in a card board box?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ban basketball View Post
    Ok, now the next question...

    ...We've already established that recipients of welfare (except folks like me and the wealthy, who can receive welfare for as long as long as politicians continue to keep writing laws in our favor) have to be either (1) working or (2) in school to receive welfare today (for the record: it's been that way since 1997).

    Based on what you wrote, my next question...

    ...you refer to people being made "dependent on welfare," essentially, "making a lifestyle out of it," as Bill Clinton used to say. Are there limits now to how long people can collect TANF (traditional cash assistance welfare for the poor)? HINT: it was all part of the same changes in welfare laws that I referenced above that went into effect in 1997.
    I didn't see where we established that you have to be working or in school to receive welfare. I know plenty of people who do neither, and get welfare. Not only monthly checks but section 8, food stamps and wic. And I have no idea what the law says about how long people can receive welfare, but I do know people who have lived their entire lives on it.

    What they might be doing to go around the gov't is not get married. I'm not sure what the laws say, but I do know that they aren't "supposed" to be living together. If they are caught, they lose money. So, the don't get married, the dude doesn't put his name on a lease and whoala! A nice, rent-free apartment with food stamps, wic and a monthly check. If you don't believe this, go to the ghetto on the first Monday of the month. I will guarantee you that everyone has money that day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ban basketball View Post
    Oh, I think it understand it quite well. In fact, probably too well. For starters, the "problem" isn't near as extensive as it was just a few years back.

    http://www.examiner.com/x-9270-LA-Border-and-Immigration-Examiner~y2009m5d20-Double-digit-decrease-on-illegal-immigration
    Living in Iowa I can see why you would defer to a newspaper article for your source.

    Having lived in California, Nevada & Florida for the past 20 years I would say that that article doesn't know what it's talking about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UGLY View Post
    So how do you get internet in a card board box?
    He is set up behind the dumpster, next to Starbucks...

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    Quote Originally Posted by FloggingSully View Post
    Supply and demand caused the problem, what is government supposed to do about that?

    And can somebody answer whether or not I need to carry my passport around with me if I ever go to AZ? my drivers license isn't proof of legal residency.
    Answer would be: YES, it does. See below....

    Exchanging an Out-of-Country License for a Maryland License, Please Bring:

    Proof of age/identity, lawful presence, verifiable social security number or proof of ineligibility, Maryland residence, Out-of-Country license(s), and the appropriate for each license for which you apply. fee for each license for which you apply. Please refer to Sources of Proof for required documentation.

    • You must pass a vision test, knowledge test, and driving test.
    • An Out-of-Country license may be valid or expired. The license cannot be suspended.
    • If licensed for less than 18 months, you will be issued a Maryland Provisional License.
    • If you have never been licensed in the U.S., you must complete a 3-Hour Drug & Alcohol Education Program.
    • A valid U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) physical card or federal/MVA waiver (if applying for a Commercial Driver?s License) is needed.
    • An Out-of-Country license may be required to be accompanied by an international driver's license or translated into English by an approved MVA translator.
    • If you are from Out-of-Country, and have never held a license, you must obtain a learner?s permit.

    Source Documents for Age and Identity

    ? Original or certified copy of a birth certificate (birth registration notices are NOT acceptable) filed with a State Office of Vital Statistics (OVS) or equivalent agency in the applicant?s state of birth (U.S. or territorial)*; or
    NOTE: Puerto Rican Birth Certificates issued PRIOR to July 1, 2010 are NOT ACCEPTABLE due to a recent Puerto Rican Law invalidating them.

    ? Valid, unexpired U.S. passport*; or
    ? Consular Report of Birth Abroad (CRBA) issued by the U.S. Department of State (DOS), Form FS-240, DS-1350 or FS-545*; or
    ? Valid, unexpired Permanent Resident Card, Form I-551, issued by the U.S. DHS*; or
    ? Certificate of Naturalization, form N-550 or N-570 issued by the U.S. DHS*; or
    ? Certificate of Citizenship, Form N-560 or N-561 issued by the U.S. DHS*; or
    ? Unexpired employment authorization documents (EAD), Form I-776 or I-688B issued by the U.S. DHS*; or
    ? Unexpired foreign passport with a valid, unexpired U.S. visa affixed accompanied by the approved I-94 form documenting the applicant?s most recent admittance into the U.S*; or
    ? Unexpired employment authorization documents (EAD)*; or
    ? Any other documents designated acceptable by U.S. Department of Homeland Security and acceptable by the Administration.
    *Also satisfies lawful presence requirements.
    BRUTUS BUCKEYE WILL TAKE YOU DOWN...

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    Quote Originally Posted by UGLY View Post
    So how do you get internet in a card board box?
    I kicked you're mother out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kr1963 View Post
    Living in Iowa I can see why you would defer to a newspaper article for your source.

    Having lived in California, Nevada & Florida for the past 20 years I would say that that article doesn't know what it's talking about.
    Living in Iowa is better than living in your head.

    BTW, did we kick you in the ass when you left?

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    Quote Originally Posted by washed up wrestler View Post
    Living in Iowa is better than living in your head.

    BTW, did we kick you in the ass when you left?
    Once again your post makes NO sense...

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