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    Quote Originally Posted by Soth View Post
    I didnt say that..... you are mistaken

    Beehave
    denial or alibi is the weakest defense in criminal cases

    you lost the debate

    i won

    hurray for the midgets

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    Or you could provide the evidence - the burden of proof is not on me little one

    Quote me wrong and be the bigger man

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soth View Post
    Or you could provide the evidence - the burden of proof is not on me little one

    Quote me wrong and be the bigger man
    look

    may i lecture this time

    do you know the difference between
    burden of proof and onus probans, or burden of evidence

    now, the latter shifts

    during the trial

    i had already submitted my evidence
    and the burden of evidence shifts to yeah

    common

    traverse intelligently my comments replies and rejoinder

    don't join the lazy bones

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    Im sorry, I mistook an argument with a lerned professional with a problematic issue of one that claims, and extols their virtues of issues outside of the realms of science and against religion.

    I read the book.

    If Im wrong please tell me why?(ffs) without a link or a lecture......

    Please use small words, direct them at me and we can have a lovely picnic together

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soth View Post
    Im sorry, I mistook an argument with a lerned professional with a problematic issue of one that claims, and extols their virtues of issues outside of the realms of science and against religion.

    I read the book.

    If Im wrong please tell me why?(ffs) without a link or a lecture......

    Please use small words, direct them at me and we can have a lovely picnic together
    lovely picnic?

    hope i can be there someday
    i need a visa
    i need a working visa

    scout for a rich guy out there to adopt this lonely poor and jobless little judge

    HELP!

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    No

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soth View Post
    No
    i appeal for your kindness
    with mercy and compassion

    open your heart lest you be damned in hell fire
    you are so cruel

    with one word you denied me
    even peter denied jesus 3 times

    oh my god

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    why hast thou forsaken me
    "I've cautiously embraced jeggings"
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    Yip, yip, yip in your tiny indignation. Bark furiously on, lady dog.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lobelia View Post
    why hast thou forsaken me
    He has not for his fountain of mercy filled faustina

    you did

    you got entertainment

    but you failed me

    you have no HEART

    you are a robot

    open you palms if you have no compassion


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    i'm off to kill myself now
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lobelia View Post
    i'm off to kill myself now
    no don't you are not a japanese
    you will not be a martyr of suicide

    i am a filipino martyr of supreme court injustice:



    i deeply understand that members here and in other forums may have no time to read the long links or urls about my case on the internet
    like the scholarly thesis criticism of the nazario decision
    by Justice Bedsworth ca
    kevin underhill ca
    and many other forum members and brilliant bloggers

    let me submit to you this truth backed up by evidence
    would you believe that i lost this case
    just because my classmate tonette brion asked me to card read
    his galivanting husband ca justice brion at that time
    (remember the text messages of tonette to me before arturo brion was appointed to ca by my prayers, there is no doubt about his for this is supported by her text messages
    PLUS the uploaded on my book
    twin signatures of sec. brion and tonette being indebted to me
    now,
    i thrice talked to tonette about the 2 and 3rd spinal surgery of justice renato c. corona,
    the twin deaths of jorge and jose davide the carotid operation of davide plus the 7 years pain of hilario sr. dead after my decision was released
    so, tonete went to ontario canada just because of the pains that art did to her
    girl hunting
    and it was very crucial since art brion and justice renato c corona are so close even at ontario
    so justice nazario was not able to convince this man plus ynares, sandoval gut. velasco and davide
    this is the truth
    of course if you read the decision
    there it goes
    but we fought and established our immortality and prophecies in google
    you can call the office of corona
    christopher is there the aide of justice hermosisima
    you can call atty bibing timbangkaya now with justice gesmundo of sandiganbayan
    you can call gemma castillo of justice sandoval gutierrez
    you can call jamin mateo and marilyng puno santiago whom i card read for 2 hours to enthrone chief justice puno
    5 guards witnessed it in the sup. court conference hall
    and it was done upon order of justice puno before august last year
    when myriam was supposed to be the chief per gma
    but justice quisumbing bowed down for this up brod
    justice hermosisima of feb 10 06 called me and we talked
    i shouted and got angry to him
    when he said that i will be paid but not reinstated
    i told him that DARE the jbc and sup. court will be at a loss

    MAGLULUKSA ANG HUDIKATURA AND JBC

    so luz puno and lily victorino died
    you can call jaime t. licauco and ask him if he lambasted my book on dec. 20
    and if he really spent P 700, ooo for the angioplasty of his merciless heart on feb 7

    Sun.Star :: View topic - DANGER: LICAUCO OUT OF I C U vs. JAMES RANDI v-a-v 3 Dwarves

    you can call the office of justices bruselas and lucas bersamin
    ask them if i did not warn them on august 29, 10 pm at the ca gf
    about these deaths

    Sun.Star :: View topic - LUIS, Armand, Angel, 3 Dwarfs & LUIS, Lucas & James

    ask the writer of the supreme court article
    JAY REMPILLO
    if i did not talk to him about the death of lily victorino wife of jbc member justice victorino who painfully suffered cancer
    when i thrice talked to sen. jovito salonga (the uncle of lily victorino)
    about the jbc opening of my sala last july even when my appeal was pending
    KNOW THE FACTS before you utter the words

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    Friday, March 16, 2007
    The Manila Times Internet Edition | METRO > Puno orders inventory of TROs issued by appeals court
    Puno orders inventory
    of TROs issued by appeals court
    By JOMAR CANLAS, Reporter
    THE Supreme Court will inventory all temporary restraining orders issued by the Court of Appeals from January determine if some justices and court employees had “sold” the TROs.
    The inventory was revealed by Chief Justice Reynato Puno in an interview with The Manila Times.
    Supreme Court Judicial Reform Program Administrator Evelyn Dumdum has asked Elisa Pilar-Longalong, the Court of Appeals’ clerk of court, to audit the TROs issued beginning last January.
    Longalong informed the Supreme Court there were 68 TROs issued during the period.
    Based on the records submitted by the clerks of court of the CA’s 23 divisions, the biggest number of TROs was issued by Associate Justice Romeo Barza when he was still assigned in Cebu. Barza has since been stationed in Manila.
    In the report of Mercedita G. Dadole-Ignacio, Barza issued five TROs from January 18 to February 26.
    The orders involve the cases of Sun Life of Canada v. National Labor Relations Commission, Armed Forces of the Phils. v. Yolanda Lauron, Doloreich A. Dumaluan v. Ombudsman Merce­ditas Gutierrez, Assumption Iloilo v. Fedy T. Bhuiyan and O.G. Holdings Corp. v. Environmental Management Bureau.
    CA Presiding Justice Ruben Reyes sees nothing wrong in issuing TROs, but said it is different when there is money involved.
    Puno has summoned the chairmen of the 17 divisions of the CA and ordered them to solve the growing corruption in the Court.
    The Times has learned that political and administrative cases decided by the Office of the Ombudsman were a primary source of corruption in the CA.
    ======
    Saturday, March 17, 2007
    Carvajal: Honor among thieves
    By Orlando P. Carvajal
    Break Point
    Sun.Star Cebu - Carvajal: Honor among thieves
    THE Arroyo government dismissed the Political and Economic Risk Consultancy (Perc) survey as a perception that has no basis in reality.
    While it admits to the existence of a “culture of corruption,” it denies that we have overtaken Indonesia as the most corrupt in Asia. Okay, so we are not the most corrupt but the next most corrupt. What’s the difference?

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    Did I mention that you worry me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chilly Willy View Post
    Did I mention that you worry me?

    oh that was a long sermon

    i thought it was still sunday

    i am used to long posts

    too much to talk about

    oh its almost midnight here monday philippines

    regards

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    i don't really understand this thread in the slightest...

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    Quote Originally Posted by xoxo View Post
    i don't really understand this thread in the slightest...
    no idea




    do not accept this gift even if free
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    seriously,

    i have 3 dwarves

    we filipinos believe in these creatures features

    The Standard - China's Business Newspaper

    To Filipinos, they are something like tiny magical goblins who live in forested areas. There are, according to folklore, two types: black, denoting evil which can harm, and red, who are good and can heal. On the island of Mindoro, the Mangyan tribe claim to trade with the few remaining duende for forest products. They are said to be extremely shy because of the violence that has been done to them in the past.
    Then there are the nocturnal Agta, tall black men who also hang out in the forests, while the Batibat, found in Ilocos, look like fat women who live inside posts, and suffocate people by sitting on top of them.
    The bovine-like Mantahungal have fearsome teeth, the Pugot are self-beheading multi-formed creatures, and the Tikbalang are centaurs in reverse. These and many more magical creatures - some invisible, some half-human, half- animal - are all said to inhabit the Philippine countryside.

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