Martin, Martin, Martin...

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Posted by New Kid on September 15, 1998 at 12:36:16:

In Reply to: My status; Certainly not a Citizen of a non-existent State posted by MARTIN on September 14, 1998 at 23:29:42:

: Re: NEW KIDS B.U.L.L.S.H.I.T.T.]
: New Kid is is a good title for you!

I do not claim to possess knowledge, only to be seeking knowledge based on substantive research and linear rationale.

: RE: In California, all legal process is required to be in the English language.

: Nice try if you only knew what I am talking about.

I don't comprehend your comment here.

: Your cursory readings of my posts is evident. Actually my understanding comes from converstations with John, John, and Randy. You probably know them.

: Try reading the California Style Manual described elsewhere in this forum.

Good point.


: Are you talking about proper English grammar as used by the English based Christians or today's modern ENGLISH.

Both, even in the latest edition of the Modern Language Association's handbook, there does not exist a rule of punctuation that allows for a succession of upper case characters without the use of some form of punctuation following each upper case character.

: Just show me a proper English rule of grammar that describes words all letters in uppercase.

: Show me a valid law, rule or regulation with an initial or a word in all uppercase letters (not the name or title).

My point exactly...Show me.

: And we are talking about the NAMES + Titles on GOV. forms and the such, not the text of the law, rule or regulation.

I am including these also, perhaps they should be segregated out.

: Try reading the "We the People" constitution and check it for initials or all uppercase lettered words.

Your making my argument for me.

: Grammar can change the context of a word from a proper noun to a legal fiction.

Yes, grammer, not rules of punctuation.

: Are all the lawyers + judges crooks + frauds in your asumptive mind.

I do not possess sufficient knowledge to judge in this case.

: There is higher learning of law than an 8th grade constitution class.

Your point here is?

Still questioning,
New Kid

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