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Tue, Aug 23, 2011 at 5:13:57 AM | Anyone Following Alex Jones?

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His youtube channel is here:

http://youtu.be/1bF32LlJtvY

 

His daily podcast is here:

http://podcast.gcnlive.com/podcast/alex/pcast.php

 

What do you guys think of the price of gold and the erosion of purchasing power in the USD?

This guy delivers some pretty powerful commentary on current events in light of historical trends in power and control systems

throughout human history.  Some very lucid commentary.  Whether you might agree or disagree, I believe everyone should check

him out sometime...


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Tue, Aug 23, 2011 at 5:16:01 AM | Anyone Following Alex Jones?

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Oops  his channel is here:

 

http://www.youtube.com/user/TheAlexJonesChannel?blend=1&ob=5


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Tue, Aug 23, 2011 at 6:03:12 PM | Anyone Following Alex Jones?

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i dont realy follow Alex Jones but i have seen some of his rants. ( probebly about 45 min. all together )

i think he focuses to much on the problems.

Dont get me wrong, the problems he brings forward are mostly very important to bring to peoples attention.

But he brings out anger and frustration in me instead of painting a vision or trying to lead the way beyond the problems.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rAibS0bJBVw&feature=share

 

just my 2cents,

D


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Tue, Aug 23, 2011 at 6:47:31 PM | Anyone Following Alex Jones?

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I felt exactly the same way...that's why after much

searching I found George Gordon to be the next step

in the ladder.  He's got actual workable solutions

and really nailed down with scientific precision, the

importance of gold and silver as money.  Alex Jones

has to cover the waterfront of ideas.  But Gordon

really examines things in a much more historical

context and is also very entertaining in a grand-

fatherly way.

 

Gordon has truly changed my life in a real tangible

way...real money, real milk, real medicine, real food,

real family, and real education, amongst other very

important things.

 

Nevertheless, after two years listening to Gordon,

being satisfied with having undone my government

childhood in lies and deception, I can listen to Jones'

rants and not be too disturbed because I have the

solution!  Today, Jones serves me the way a

journalist ought to serve...covering the real news

regardless of how audacious or "politically incorrect"

the topics are.


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Tue, Aug 23, 2011 at 6:49:43 PM | Anyone Following Alex Jones?

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Oops I meant "government childhood education in lies and deception..."


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Tue, Sep 13, 2011 at 6:26:33 AM | Anyone Following Alex Jones?

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Not to sound like Jones' cheerleader, but today he had one of the best rants

on steroid junkie military officers and police trying to scare the public about

"terrorists hiding under every car and around every corner".  It was hilarious

too.  He's got the best imitation officer dumb curse / hard curse LOL.  To be fair,

he also has high regards for police actually upholding their oath to act in

accordance with the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.

 

It's in the September 12, 2011 broadcast here:

http://podcast.gcnlive.com/podcast/alex/pcast.php

 

Peace,

 

Joe


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Sat, Oct 29, 2011 at 9:56:35 AM | Here's One From Ron Paul

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I thought this was a poignant video and really nailed it.

 

http://youtu.be/XKfuS6gfxPY


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Sat, Oct 29, 2011 at 11:04:55 AM | Anyone Following Alex Jones?

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koolair- i see you haven't produced anything with revit in the three years you have been a member here- plus your are diverting from revit using any topic that comes to your mind- my question to you is- have you given up on revit?


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Sat, Oct 29, 2011 at 11:39:56 PM | Anyone Following Alex Jones?

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I've actually grown to love Revit very much.  Can't imagine doing a job without it. 

I started off by hating it to death...

 

As for sharing families...I use the stock families out of the box and modify them

with my own shared parameters.

 

There's really nothing I could add to this community without cluttering up the

downloads section with out of the box items.

 

I will say this:  Set up a shared parameters file consisting of all the parameters

on your standard schedule.  You take your schedules from an old job.  A stock

schedule showing every item you use and every parameter you show on the

schedule such as "LOCATION, SERVICE, AIRFLOW, GPM, EWT, LWT, ETC"

And just build your shared parameters.

 

 Next, take the families out of the box and add parameters out of your shared

parameter file.

 

Then build your Revit schedule by picking the same shared parameters that

show up on the list.

 

Now save as template.  Ready to rock & roll.

 

Hope that was Revit related enough for you.

 

PS - The stuff I'm reporting on here covers issues that trancend every thing

we think about in our day to day lives.  It's like being a busy rat in a multi-level

maze.

 

I'm sure it's important to keep busy but you can't forget that you're in an artificial

construct like nothing we've seen before in 6,000 years of recorded human history. 

That's why I keep posting about this stuff...because it's more important than Revit,

and it may even help you make good business decisions that address long term

likelihoods.  Afterall, so what if you're the top dog in the world of Revit when your

health and wealth keeps getting stripped away by the clandestine activities of the

banking families who have been funding both sides of nearly every war going all

the way back past the Napoleonic wars to the time of Jesus Christ and then some. 

The same banking families the same bloodlines who think of us as either useless

eaters or useful idiots.


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Tue, Nov 1, 2011 at 6:10:27 PM | Anyone Following Alex Jones?

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Thu, Nov 3, 2011 at 3:42:56 PM | Anyone Following Alex Jones?

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hoffman, if you can't post something constructive, don't participate. Name calling isn't going to do you any good. 


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Mon, Nov 7, 2011 at 7:25:27 PM | Anyone Following Alex Jones?

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my appologies to you koolair - - get frustrated hearing people talk about how bad things are. 


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Mon, Nov 7, 2011 at 8:54:23 PM | Anyone Following Alex Jones?

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rNxoLJy3m3s&feature=share

 

epic speech,

gives me the chills everytime, 



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"There is no path to peace,

peace is the path."

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Tue, Nov 8, 2011 at 4:15:39 PM | Dafpfy

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Quoting Dafpfy from 2011-11-07 14:54:23

"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rNxoLJy3m3s&feature=share

 

epic speech,

gives me the chills everytime, 

Edited on: Mon, Nov 7, 2011 at 2:57:29 PM"

Epic indeed!  Always inspiring.

 

Haven't been in here for over a week due to repairs at home,

personal studies in law, and of course REVIT!

 

Hoffman, not sure what you said, but I guess my posts got you

upset.  I know how you feel..  Everyone's talking about the

problems, but no one's got an answer.  Can I remind you to

check out George Gordon?  He's got some of the wisest

commentaries and especially REMEDIES!  It's been exciting to

listen to him over the years and I no longer feel as stuck. 

Because I have armed myself with some legal remedies. Now

when I listen to Alex Jones, it's not as depressing, rather it's

exciting to know what unalienable rights have been given to me

by God - as opposed to priveledges lent to me by the State.


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Tue, Nov 8, 2011 at 4:30:51 PM | Blackstone's Commentaries

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Lord William Blackstone says:

 

"For as God, when he created matter, and endued it with

a principle of mobility, established certain rules for the

perpetual direction of that motion; so, when he created

man, and endued him with freewill to conduct himself in

all parts of life, he laid down certain immutable laws of

human nature, whereby that freewill is in some degree

regulated and restrained, and gave him also the faculty

of reason to discover the purport of those laws. * * * This

law of nature, being coeval with mankind and dictated by

God himself, is of course superior in obligation to any

other. - It is binding over all the globe in all countries,

and at all times; no human laws are of any validity, if

contrary to this: and such of them as are valid derive

all their force, and all their authority, mediately or

immediately, from this original."    William Blackstone,

Esq., from Commentaries on the Laws of England, Vol. 1,

Introduction, Sect. 2.

 

Did you know that the Bible is the foundation upon which

rests all of English Common Law?  Upon the Bible,

specifically the Law of Moses tempered by understandings

found in the Gospels and Paul's letters, upon the Bible

hangs English Common Law, Magna Carta, and Lord Alfred's

Dooms, the sources for all liberty minded remedies in law

throughout past times of tyrrany.  Regardless of one's

religious beliefs, I've found it to be an amazing twist found

in history that is not often taught, that the freest nations

on Earth based their legal systems on Bible canon law. 

Certainly, anyone who views their liberties as in-born rights

ought to research the history of past successful liberty

movements and I urge everyone to do their own due diligence. 

Our liberty loving culture is rare in light of history and

something to be treasured, preserved, and passed on to our

children, don't you think?

 

Going back to Lord Blackstone, when he says, "...he laid down

certain immutable laws of human nature...", Blackstone is

referring to the laws found in Genesis to Deuteronomy.  When

he says, "...no human laws are of any validity, if contrary to this...",

the human laws Blackstone is referring to are Acts of Pariament

(or Congress, or any body politic), anything that attempts to

repudiate Genesis to Deuteronomy is not valid (unless you consent

of course - he doesn't mention that, but in law if you consent, then

you've just ratified a contract - offer, acceptance, over time, with

consideration).

 

Peace


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