First of all, Jeremy Lam is appropriating Chinese culture by implying all Chinese can be represented by one Chinese man and cyber bully, and that they are enamored of the victim-hood mentality to the ridiculous extent he is. This man actually feels victimized by a white girl honoring the Chinese culture by wearing a prom dress celebrating it! Second of all, you’re projecting your own appropriation of your culture on to an innocent party. Please stop, Jeremy.
In some cases, one IP address can cover several residences (as in a university) or even a city block. And all I know is that someone on that block or city IP address may have my CD. Actually, I can’t even say I know for sure. This is all provided that the IP I have was not spoofed in the first place. […]
Shawn Lucas, this report explains, in a 28 June lawsuit DNC CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT filed against her Democratic Party by a grassroots funded political action committee named JamPAC claimed the election system was being rigged against candidate Bernie Sanders.
On 1 July, this report continues, attorney Lucas performed a legal act called “filing of service” upon Hillary Clinton’s Democratic Party, but which on 22 July the Democratic Party filed a “motion to dismiss” based on what they claimed was “improper service”. As Hillary Clinton’s Democratic Party’s “motion to dismiss” was nearing to be heard by the US Federal Court, this report notes, the main witness for JamPAC was attorney Lucas—but who, according to the Washington D.C. police report, was mysteriously discovered dead on 2 August. […]
What does this mean? That the 3rd dimension physical reality is a focus-based light projection of an infinity of 4th dimension potentialities. It is spirit based, accessible at least partially in the dream state, and it is connected to the unified field of human consciousness. “I regard consciousness as fundamental. I regard matter as derivative from consciousness. If so, then aren’t physicists ontologically positing an independent-of-consciousness reality, defining it into existence?” Max Planck, The Observer, 25 Jan 1931. […]