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I'm in love with a Criminal

 
 
daverod
 
Reply Mon 19 Nov, 2018 06:06 pm
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s6b33PTbGxk


He is a hustler, he's no good at all
He is a loser, he's a bum, bum, bum, bum
He lies, he bluffs, he's unreliable
He is a sucker with a gun, gun, gun, gun
I know you told me I should stay away
I know you said he's just a dog astray
He is a bad boy with a tainted heart
And even I know this ain't smart
But mama I'm in love with a criminal
And this type of love isn't rational, it's physical
Mama please don't cry, I will be alright
All reason aside I just can't deny, I love the guy
He is a villain by the devil's law
He is a killer just for fun, fun, fun, fun
That man's a snitch and unpredictable
He's got no conscience, he got none, none, none, none
All I know, should've let go, but no
'Cause he's a bad boy with a tainted heart
And even I know this ain't smart
But mama I'm in love with a criminal
And this type of love isn't rational, it's physical
Mama please don't cry, I will be alright
All reason aside I just can't deny, I love that guy
And he's got my name,
Tattooed on his arm his lucky charm
So I guess it's okay he's with me
And I hear people talk
Trying to make remarks keep us apart
But I don't even hear
I don't care
'Cause mama I'm in love with a criminal
And this type of love isn't rational, it's physical
Mama please don't cry, I will be alright
All reason aside I just can't deny, I love the guy
Mama I'm in love with a criminal
And this type of love isn't rational, it's physical
Mama please don't cry, I will be alright
All reason aside I just can't deny, I love the guy

Songwriters: Tiffany Amber / Max Martin / Johan Karl Schuster
Criminal lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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daverod
 
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Reply Mon 19 Nov, 2018 06:08 pm
@daverod,
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DPtfsk4ETjM
daverod
 
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Reply Mon 19 Nov, 2018 06:14 pm
@daverod,
Kwanzaa (/ˈkwɑːn.zə/) is a celebration held in the United States and in other nations of the African diaspora in the Americas and lasts a week. The celebration honors African heritage in African-American culture and is observed from December 26 to January 1, culminating in a feast and gift-giving.[1] Kwanzaa has seven core principles (Nguzo Saba). It was created by Maulana Karenga and was first celebrated in 1966–67

Many African Americans who celebrate Kwanzaa do so in addition to observing Christmas.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kwanzaa
daverod
 
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Reply Mon 19 Nov, 2018 06:16 pm
@daverod,
Politically, my dear, I say you are rude.

You either defend, correct, or stay out. Anything else is espionage.

Defend what? If you do not know, then stay out.
Correct what? If you do not know, then stay out.
If you can't stay out, then stay out.

In The Name of (J)esus Christ. Amen.


For those of yours that remain, show some 'love'.

Each Country has their own defenses. Let them be as they are within their own Countries if you do not know what to defend, what to correct or how to stay out of those things.


If you are peeved from overseas, imagine the peeveness felt from within those places 'you' are being peeved over when 'you' are not even in those places.


Monies? What a shame. All I can say is what a shame. LORD God, please correct the/those monies issues, I ask Thee and thank Thee in The Name of Thy Only Begotten Son, (J)esus Christ. Amen

Thank YOU LORD God. In The Name of Thy Only Begotten Son, (J)esus Christ. Amen!!!
daverod
 
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Reply Mon 19 Nov, 2018 06:34 pm
@daverod,
The International Court of Justice, which has its seat in The Hague,
is the principal judicial organ of the United Nations

https://www.icj-cij.org/en

Chapter XIV of the United Nations Charter authorizes the UN Security Council to enforce Court rulings.

No two judges may be nationals of the same country. According to Article 9, the membership of the court is supposed to represent the "main forms of civilization and of the principal legal systems of the world". Essentially, that has meant common law, civil law and socialist law (now post-communist law).

Examples of contentious cases[edit]
Main article: List of International Court of Justice cases
A complaint by the United States in 1980 that Iran was detaining American diplomats in Tehran in violation of international law.[30]
A dispute between Tunisia and Libya over the delimitation of the continental shelf between them.[31]
A complaint by Iran after the shooting down of Iran Air Flight 655 by the United States Navy guided missile cruiser.[32]
A dispute over the course of the maritime boundary dividing the U.S. and Canada in the Gulf of Maine area.[33]
A complaint by the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia against the member states of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization regarding their actions in the Kosovo War. This was denied on 15 December 2004 because of lack of jurisdiction, the FRY not being a party to the ICJ statute at the time it made the application.[34]
A complaint by the Republic of Macedonia (former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia) that Greece is, by vetoing its accession to NATO, in violation of the Interim Accord of 13 September 1995[35] between the two countries. The complaint was decided in favour of Macedonia on 5 December 2011.[36]
A complaint by the Democratic Republic of the Congo that the DRC's sovereignty had been violated by Uganda and that DRC had lost billions of dollars worth of resources,[37] was decided in favour of the DRC.[38]
A complaint by the Republic of India regarding death penalty awarded to Indian citizen by a Pakistani military court. [39] Pakistan arrested Kulbhushan Jadhav, an Indian citizen for alleged espionage and subversive activities.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Court_of_Justice


Contact the Court
International Court of Justice
Peace Palace
Carnegieplein 2
2517 KJ The Hague
The Netherlands

https://www.icj-cij.org/en/contact-the-court

If 'local' rulers are unwilling to assist, then maybe the International Court of Justice will.
daverod
 
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Reply Mon 19 Nov, 2018 06:50 pm
@daverod,
The same applies to any over ran Presidency term which might be more 'dangerous' and unConstitutional than beneficial to State and World.


Have I learned how to petition a grievance for redress or what??? !!!

If I'm going to have to learn even more,.. Oh Boy.. not again!!! okay.. maybe a little more. Smile

(only joshing).


Proverbs 29:18 "Where there is no vision, the people perish: but he that keepeth the law, happy is he."

I have a vision. To keep peace. I will not perish. I keep the Law. I'm happy.


What is law?

Or/and, what is discrimination or partiality in/of Law?

The partiality of law had 1 person randomly picked out of the rioting crowd to be used as an example for citation purposes. Is this lawful or unlawful?

But because this person felt falsely cited, this person did not pay off the citation amount. The credit bureau got word and began taking points off the credit track. Soon, the collection agency was handed this citation amount to be kept. However, the credit bureau had this information as a smear which effected this person in negative ways.
daverod
 
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Reply Mon 19 Nov, 2018 07:09 pm
@daverod,
Even though a complaint was submitted, the pressure and guilt when the 'non acceptable' return answer was received caused this person to fall into a kind of depression which effected other parts of the life.

So what is partial law and how did this one citation among the many wrong doers effect this one person?


This person is now homeless and without a job.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HBG3hBBiYLk


But he doesn't recognize his own face.. his health is fading and he doesn't know why.. three letters took him to his final resting place.

a.i.d (me)

If you were on top of the world, what would you do if you contracted aids or something? Honestly? And what if you had a 'me' personality where you could bring others down for personal 'wrongs'.
daverod
 
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Reply Mon 19 Nov, 2018 07:23 pm
@daverod,
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9mW4qmh8_9g


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vbjko3M0JT4


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TE5RdFFgW0w



boo000!!!!



Only YOU?



Why don't 'I' just stay OUT of it?
daverod
 
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Reply Mon 19 Nov, 2018 07:35 pm
@daverod,
I once owned a pearl. I gave it to a loved one. Later, that pearl was tainted. I took the pearl and repolished it. I gave it back and it again got tainted. I repolished it and again it got tainted.

Eventually the pearl was buried next to that person.


Life is happy when the fruit of The Spirit is without law.

*crash course quiz:

- Who is The Spirit?
1. God
2. (J)esus Christ
3. The Father
4. The emotions of self
5. Government personnel



002:038 - minnī - from me, to a male.


How do you say “answer me” in Arabic?

In classic Arabic you say أجبني“ajebni” if you're talking to a man, and أجيبيني"ajibini” if you're talking to a woman.

https://www.quora.com/How-do-you-say-answer-me-in-Arabic
daverod
 
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Reply Mon 19 Nov, 2018 08:21 pm
@daverod,
Quote:
002:038 - minnī - from me, to a male.


this might not be true Arabic, but if the above is to a male then to a female it could be:

miyanni - from me, to a female.

'please receive this, with kindness and forgiveness, from me'.


minni - from me, to a male

'please receive this from me'.


Relationships between humans and between man and God, through Christ (J)esus.

Hence:

Adon: My master - giving a deep/urgent/dire statement.
Adoni: My master - giving a sincere statement
Adonai: My masters with reverence/respect/submission


Languages are 'Sacred' and Respectful. That is why you should not 'fuco' around with it.

Verb[edit]
fūcō (present infinitive fūcāre, perfect active fūcāvī, supine fūcātum); first conjugation

colour, paint, dye
embellish, dissemble, falsify

fūcāre

fūcō, fūcāre, fūcāvī, fūcātum (1.)

The second principal part, is called the infinitive. The infinitive form of any verb means 'to ... [something]', e.g., to fly, to dance, to sing, to kill, etc. The infinitive is most often used with other verbs, e.g. we love to eat ice-cream, they want to go to the bank. The second principal part is used to form the tenses of the present system, that is, the present, imperfect and imperfect tenses, as well as the imperatives, the present participle and the present passive infinitive, the gerundive and the forms of the gerund.


nfinitive present
fūcāre
daverod
 
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Reply Mon 19 Nov, 2018 08:45 pm
@daverod,
https://latin.cactus2000.de/showverb.en.php?verb=fucare

Infinitive present
fūcāre

The second principal part, is called the infinitive. The infinitive form of any verb means 'to ... [something]', e.g., to fly, to dance, to sing, to kill, etc. The infinitive is most often used with other verbs, e.g. we love to eat ice-cream, they want to go to the bank. The second principal part is used to form the tenses of the present system, that is, the present, imperfect and imperfect tenses, as well as the imperatives, the present participle and the present passive infinitive, the gerundive and the forms of the gerund.

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daverod
 
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Reply Mon 19 Nov, 2018 08:54 pm
@daverod,
Quote:
this might not be true Arabic, but if the above is to a male then to a female it could be:

miyanni - from me, to a female.

'please receive this, with kindness and forgiveness, from me'.


minni - from me, to a male

'please receive this from me'.



Why do I say this?

Because of the 'inflections' of Arabic which I have not learned. I am assuming that since there are different ways to say 'answer me', from a male and or a female, there must also be different ways to say 'from me', to a male and to a female.

How do you say “answer me” in Arabic?

In classic Arabic you say أجبني“ajebni” if you're talking to a man, and أجيبيني"ajibini” if you're talking to a woman.

https://www.quora.com/How-do-you-say-answer-me-in-Arabic

Or it could be 'mi-inni.

minni - from me, to a male


Either way, as with the other Asian languages, there are different ways to address females, males, elders, acquaintances and Formals. Elders and formals usually go together. As well as age differences. From younger female to older male; from younger male to older female; from older male to younger female; from older female to younger male, etc... from male to female of same age; from female to male of same age.

Some more so than others, some less so than others but still there.

And this is one reason why some cannot understand how such language speakers can show disrespect in places not their own. If they hold 'respect' honorable that even their language shows it, how is it that they can become disrespectful to their own mother language by showing disrespect to 'strangers'?

If it could be about land ownership rights, then to their land they should return or remain or make clear.
And if they are 'protecting' their own land, at least show just judgement on whom they show the 'judgement' towards, right?
daverod
 
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Reply Mon 19 Nov, 2018 09:11 pm
@daverod,
For those that do not know the customs and ways of the land on which you might be 'new' to or wondering if you would want to 'invest' on, if you do not know, don't assume that your way is the proper way if it falls out of law and into lawlessness. If you do not know the basic written and unwritten laws, then you would really be out of place.

Why would it be so bad to take a poster of Kim Jong-Il home with you if you visited N. Korea, right? It's just a show of 'honor', isn't it?

Go around wearing flip flop slippers in Seoul, South Korea and I'm sure you would be really liked.
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