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by granitestater  Jul 16, 2014

Why do you have an A7-E as your icon? I'm an old A7-D man myself. From Myrtle Beach.

by SUVBeamer  Jul 14, 2014

I was issued in Quantico, lived in Cherry Point, El Toro (Laguna), etc. - even at Pearl Harbor (dad stationed at MCAS Ewa). He was a Marine aviator - WWII & Korea.

by SUVBeamer  Jul 13, 2014

Like your avatar - flew govt. acceptance test flights on them at LTV in the late 70's.

by dallfo  Jul 12, 2014

I just finished reading the PUBLIC LAW 104–134—APR. 26, 1996 110 STAT. 1321–368. A good sleep-inducer anytime you're having a hard time getting to sleep. This applies ONLY to the 3 Constitutional branches of Government. Bureaucracies, including the EPA are not covered by this Act. Congress specifically passed a law to give the IRS this power. The Executive, Legislative, and Judicial branches of government can request the Department of the Treasury allow them to garnish an individual's wages. There is nothing in this act that gives the EPA the authority to garnish an individual's wages. If they had asked the Treasury Department for permission to initiate this action, they would have had some political cover, but they did not do so. Thank you for the information, though. I was under the impression that only the IRS could garnish wages, now I know that any of the 3 Constitutional branches, the Executive - (White House), Legislative - Congress or Judicial - (Federal Courts) have this abili

by dallfo  Jul 12, 2014

Thank you for the information. I love learning something new. Are you a pilot? My father was an F104 and F-105 pilot in the Air Force during Vietnam.

by Sneakers55  Jul 12, 2014

They are still working on the Chevron at Clear Lake City Boulevard at Space Center Boulevard. When I went by there (to see if they had any price signs up yet, I was driving on the wrong side of the street to pull in easily) they were doing some construction work on the pump canopy and some of the pumps were blocked off. Still no price signage but that was always an expensive station in the first place.

by ItisAJeepThing  Jul 11, 2014

I was #9 and now I'm #437. It can move you a long way when it resets.

by ItisAJeepThing  Jul 11, 2014

You are #5 on the 30 Day Points Leaders list. At 3:12 pm MST.

by RdHogg  Jul 09, 2014

You must have seen some very interesting aircraft in your day.

by Sneakers55  Jul 08, 2014

When it comes to the Chevron at Clear Lake City Boulevard at Space Center Boulevard, I was the one who got the honor of flipping the station status from "Closed Temporarily" to "Open." I found that they were open when I was coming back from donating blood in Pasadena on June 30th.

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