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  • Rob
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    Originally posted by TimeMachinE30 View Post
    Talk about local.....


    He is a FLA resident now but has ties certainly back here.

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    I didn't know that. Guess he rolled out after losing the race he was in.

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  • Exodus_2pt0
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    Originally posted by TimeMachinE30 View Post
    This becomes clear, and even more tangible, in a local sense if you ever have the opportunity to acquaint yourself with your courthouse happenings.

    Attorneys and judges... all get together at the end of the day. They all know each other. They all came from law school. Read the same texts. Quizzed on the same pool of knowledge.

    "The world is a stage" was said a long time ago. Don't get too smart and think otherwise.
    I've seen this even in traffic court. Represent yourself and you are basically ignored.

    But the one time I hired a lawyer after an accident where the Cop was a complete duck to me, I told the lawyer about a angle I had thought of to fight it. We went with my idea, he pitched it, and I walked out with the charge dropped.

    Granted, he stated the case in a very precise way, but in my experience I wouldn't be taken seriously enough on my own to even make the case.

    And yes, the lawyer knew the judge, and had a private conversation before the case was heard....

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  • TimeMachinE30
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    Originally posted by Rob View Post
    Dan Bongino is a good, local dude.

    That being said, read "This Town" by Mark Leibovich. They (the political class) are all in bed together in some form or fashion.
    Talk about local.....


    He is a FLA resident now but has ties certainly back here.

    He does have a podcast but I can't get into it much.. I know enough to stay out of it all. I try to keep a balance.

    I may check out some of these books.. but the one that can be read the next time you are on the porcelain is by Retired USMC Major General Smedley Butler, " War is a Racket".

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  • TimeMachinE30
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    This becomes clear, and even more tangible, in a local sense if you ever have the opportunity to acquaint yourself with your courthouse happenings.

    Attorneys and judges... all get together at the end of the day. They all know each other. They all came from law school. Read the same texts. Quizzed on the same pool of knowledge.

    "The world is a stage" was said a long time ago. Don't get too smart and think otherwise.

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  • Rob
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    Dan Bongino is a good, local dude.

    That being said, read "This Town" by Mark Leibovich. They (the political class) are all in bed together in some form or fashion.

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  • decay
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    while we're sharing- i'm in the middle of cramming an InfoSec book before an interview on wednesday, but this is on-topic for your thread and on my shelf/reading list-

    Weaponized Lies: How To Think Critically In the Post-Truth Era
    Daniel J. Levitin
    https://www.amazon.com/Weaponized-Li...dp/1101983825/

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  • gwb72tii
    started a topic We are ALL being played

    We are ALL being played

    no matter your political leanings/beliefs

    here's a couple of books for those that can read, and for you libs there is always the audio version!

    This is from an investigative journalist, apolitical, smart, smart lady. After reading this is hard to know where to go find the truth. And it's not all about Obama:

    Stonewalled: My Fight for Truth Against the Forces of Obstruction, Intimidation, and Harassment in Obama's Washington
    Sharyl Attkisson

    and from a decidedly conservative guy, former law enforcement and secret service, about the framing of Donald Trump and the Russian collusion hoax, sourced and footnoted from non-conservative sources. If 1/10th of what he says and has researched is true, this goes beyond politics to treason. It's an entertaining read. The relationships between the players alleging collusion, for the laymen like me, is a smoking gun:

    Spygate: The Attempted Sabotage of Donald J. Trump
    Dan Bongino

    Merry Christmas
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