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2014-06-19 08:47:17 AM
I propose a Constitutional Amendment reading "any person or persons residing in the boundaries of the United States of America and/or its territories identifying themselves as a "Sovereign Citizen" or any known permutation of the term shall be clapped into irons in the public square until such time that Teddy Roosevelt returns from pushing planets into place in other galaxies and can deliver unto the iron-clapped the fearsome Bull Moose Cockpunch."
 
2014-06-19 08:58:26 AM
Where's P Barnes when we need him?
 
2014-06-19 11:01:49 AM
Should just start deporting these clowns.
 
2014-06-19 11:01:57 AM
Today I learned that spelling my name in lower case letters and naming myself a sovereign citizen gives me magical powers.
 
2014-06-19 11:03:28 AM
When asked how she pleaded, she said, "I accept for value in returning for value for settlement in closure of this accounting."

I think we found Meow.
 
2014-06-19 11:05:05 AM
The IRS, TSA, and the Bureau of Land Management snipers are proof to me that there is nothing at all wrong with trusting the government.

Not saying I agree with what the Sovereign Citizen movement is doing, I'm just saying I understand it.
 
2014-06-19 11:06:19 AM
Wait, so I can just walk down to a county office and file a twelve-figure lien on someone else's property without having to show any paperwork?
 
2014-06-19 11:07:40 AM
When asked how she pleaded, she said, "I accept for value in returning for value for settlement in closure of this accounting."

Did she have a stroke or something?
 
2014-06-19 11:07:46 AM
static.comicvine.com
 
2014-06-19 11:08:33 AM

GORDON: The IRS, TSA, and the Bureau of Land Management snipers are proof to me that there is nothing at all wrong with trusting the government.

Not saying I agree with what the Sovereign Citizen movement is doing, I'm just saying I understand it.


24.media.tumblr.com
 
2014-06-19 11:10:08 AM

GORDON: The IRS, TSA, and the Bureau of Land Management snipers are proof to me that there is nothing at all wrong with trusting the government.

Not saying I agree with what the Sovereign Citizen movement is doing, I'm just saying I understand it.


There isnt anything to understand. These people are nuts. I've seen them described as a legal system cargo cult. At least those islanders had the excuse of ignorance. These idiots have access to the same education as the rest of us and they still choose to believe nonsense.
 
2014-06-19 11:10:45 AM

p0nk: When asked how she pleaded, she said, "I accept for value in returning for value for settlement in closure of this accounting."

I think we found Meow.


What's the legal term for "fark off and come back when you understand what words mean?"

/"futumini te" is as close as I can get to "go fark yourself" without actually understanding Latin grammar
//Why is Picard wearing the wrong communicator?
///NERRRRRD!
 
2014-06-19 11:11:22 AM
Years ago when I worked at Kinkos(or whatever the hell fedex is calling it now) we used to have one of those sovereign citizen nutjobs come in from time to time.  He would always have us print off some copies of this 'book' he had written about how you're not legally required to pay taxes.

When ringing up him at the register I was so very tempted to mention that his total included sales tax, but a co-worked warned me that would be a bad idea unless I wanted to spend the next half hour hearing some insane diatribe.  After my first encounter with him (and after briefly skimming some of his 'book' out of morbid curiosity) I dubbed him Dale Gribble.
 
2014-06-19 11:12:19 AM

HairyNevus: GORDON: The IRS, TSA, and the Bureau of Land Management snipers are proof to me that there is nothing at all wrong with trusting the government.

Not saying I agree with what the Sovereign Citizen movement is doing, I'm just saying I understand it.

[24.media.tumblr.com image 493x342]


Brilliant retort.  Your debate team coach would be proud.
 
2014-06-19 11:14:29 AM
Just declare sovereign citizens "outlaws" and the problem will go away.  They are not to be protected by the country's laws, so those court officials could hire a FBI agent hitman and waste the dipshiats, consequence-free.
 
2014-06-19 11:14:50 AM
Given how much attention the legal system gives to real estate fraud, I'm surprised it didn't work. Their mistake was not incorporating as a "bank" before doing it.
 
2014-06-19 11:14:52 AM

GORDON: The IRS, TSA, and the Bureau of Land Management snipers are proof to me that there is nothing at all wrong with trusting the government.

Not saying I agree with what the Sovereign Citizen movement is doing, I'm just saying I understand it.


Riiight.  Those BLM snipers sure showed that Bundy fellow out in Nevada who's boss, didn't they?
 
2014-06-19 11:15:38 AM
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Welcome to the land of Ted.
 
2014-06-19 11:16:35 AM

Kalashinator: They are not to be protected by the country's laws, so those court officials could hire a FBI agent hitman and waste the dipshiats, consequence-free.


Dubious under American law, which tends to like asserting authority over Americans even when not actually in America. I suspect having someone killed is still considered murder, no matter where the contract or the killing actually take place.
 
2014-06-19 11:16:53 AM

GORDON: HairyNevus: GORDON: The IRS, TSA, and the Bureau of Land Management snipers are proof to me that there is nothing at all wrong with trusting the government.

Not saying I agree with what the Sovereign Citizen movement is doing, I'm just saying I understand it.

[24.media.tumblr.com image 493x342]

Brilliant retort.  Your debate team coach would be proud.


That sounds sarcastic.

Does the debate team coach understand humor or satire?
 
2014-06-19 11:17:15 AM
It appears they want to live under Maritime law...fine, give them a boat ride to international waters, wish them luck, and push them overboard.
 
2014-06-19 11:17:17 AM

miniflea: GORDON: The IRS, TSA, and the Bureau of Land Management snipers are proof to me that there is nothing at all wrong with trusting the government.

Not saying I agree with what the Sovereign Citizen movement is doing, I'm just saying I understand it.

There isnt anything to understand. These people are nuts. I've seen them described as a legal system cargo cult. At least those islanders had the excuse of ignorance. These idiots have access to the same education as the rest of us and they still choose to believe nonsense.


So do Christians, homeopaths, psychics, and the poor. People are farking stupid. We like to think we are special but we are just a slightly more intelligent species of ape.
 
2014-06-19 11:17:37 AM
I really expected it to be Bank of America.
 
2014-06-19 11:18:23 AM

AFKobel: GORDON: HairyNevus: GORDON: The IRS, TSA, and the Bureau of Land Management snipers are proof to me that there is nothing at all wrong with trusting the government.

Not saying I agree with what the Sovereign Citizen movement is doing, I'm just saying I understand it.

[24.media.tumblr.com image 493x342]

Brilliant retort.  Your debate team coach would be proud.

That sounds sarcastic.

Does the debate team coach understand humor or satire?


Am I required to respond to a glib, undeserved insult with brilliant insight?  The guy was lazy.
 
2014-06-19 11:18:24 AM

Bondith: //Why is Picard wearing the wrong communicator?


It's from Generations, so it's correct.
 
2014-06-19 11:19:57 AM

Bondith: p0nk: When asked how she pleaded, she said, "I accept for value in returning for value for settlement in closure of this accounting."

I think we found Meow.

What's the legal term for "fark off and come back when you understand what words mean?"

/"futumini te" is as close as I can get to "go fark yourself" without actually understanding Latin grammar
//Why is Picard wearing the wrong communicator?
///NERRRRRD!


Futue te ipsum?
 
2014-06-19 11:20:42 AM

This text is now purple: Kalashinator: They are not to be protected by the country's laws, so those court officials could hire a FBI agent hitman and waste the dipshiats, consequence-free.

Dubious under American law, which tends to like asserting authority over Americans even when not actually in America. I suspect having someone killed is still considered murder, no matter where the contract or the killing actually take place.


img.fark.net
 
2014-06-19 11:20:43 AM
i512.photobucket.com
 
2014-06-19 11:22:18 AM
When asked how she pleaded, she said, "I accept for value in returning for value for settlement in closure of this accounting."

Okay, we'll put that down as "guilty but unintelligible," then.


Bondith: Why is Picard wearing the wrong communicator?


I think that's from  Generations. Movie Picard wore that communicator.
 
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2014-06-19 11:23:25 AM
When asked how she pleaded, she said, "I accept for value in returning for value for settlement in closure of this accounting."

What kind of dressing do we get with that word salad?
 
2014-06-19 11:23:55 AM
These guys are the Left Wing version of Cliven Bundy and his ilk.
 
2014-06-19 11:24:59 AM

HST's Dead Carcass: These guys are the Left Wing version of Cliven Bundy and his ilk.


How do you get "left wing" from the sovereign citizen movement ?
 
2014-06-19 11:26:11 AM

GORDON: AFKobel: GORDON: HairyNevus: GORDON: The IRS, TSA, and the Bureau of Land Management snipers are proof to me that there is nothing at all wrong with trusting the government.

Not saying I agree with what the Sovereign Citizen movement is doing, I'm just saying I understand it.

[24.media.tumblr.com image 493x342]

Brilliant retort.  Your debate team coach would be proud.

That sounds sarcastic.

Does the debate team coach understand humor or satire?

Am I required to respond to a glib, undeserved insult with brilliant insight?  The guy was lazy.


God, you're too easy...

i290.photobucket.com
 
2014-06-19 11:26:52 AM
FTA: Moreover, "[s]overeigns believe that if they can find just the right combination of words, punctuation, paper, ink color and timing, they can have anything they want - freedom from taxes, unlimited wealth, and life without licenses, fees or laws, are all just a few strangely worded documents away."

LOL
 
2014-06-19 11:28:13 AM
 
2014-06-19 11:28:34 AM

Bondith: p0nk: When asked how she pleaded, she said, "I accept for value in returning for value for settlement in closure of this accounting."

I think we found Meow.

What's the legal term for "fark off and come back when you understand what words mean?"

/"futumini te" is as close as I can get to "go fark yourself" without actually understanding Latin grammar
//Why is Picard wearing the wrong communicator?
///NERRRRRD!


That Picard picture is from Startrek Generations when they are escaping the shockwave from the destruction of the star. You remember he said "ensign, warp 1. Engage."

That is why he is wearing the later communicator since they switch design for the movie.

/promises he does not live in his parents bedroom. Will get some.
 
2014-06-19 11:29:51 AM

Cathedralmaster: FTA: Moreover, "[s]overeigns believe that if they can find just the right combination of words, punctuation, paper, ink color and timing, they can have anything they want - freedom from taxes, unlimited wealth, and life without licenses, fees or laws, are all just a few strangely worded documents away."

LOL


Holy shiat, I just realized.

They're alchemists. They are *legalize alchemists*, searching for their own philosopher's stone.
 
2014-06-19 11:30:00 AM
These dumbasses are all about property rights, but they don't seem to understand that the lands are someone else's property (which happens to be the government).  By their own logic, once they set foot onto BLM lands they BLM should be able to do absolutely anything they want.
 
2014-06-19 11:32:03 AM
Liens: Number 74 in a list of things I'm glad the US has that don't exist here*. Along with, creationists, having to come to a full stop at junctions and having to get a licence to start a business. And the Kardasians.

*They exist for mortgages and other securities backed by property, but random people can't just put one on your home.
 
2014-06-19 11:37:13 AM

GORDON: The IRS, TSA, and the Bureau of Land Management snipers are proof to me that there is nothing at all wrong with trusting the government.

Not saying I agree with what the Sovereign Citizen movement is doing, I'm just saying I understand it.


So, what you are saying is that you are likewise clinically insane?
 
2014-06-19 11:38:54 AM

Jaden Smith First of His Name: Should just start deporting these clowns.


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2014-06-19 11:39:00 AM
Did anyone explain why Picard is wearing the wrong communicator?
 
2014-06-19 11:41:19 AM

padraig: HST's Dead Carcass: These guys are the Left Wing version of Cliven Bundy and his ilk.

How do you get "left wing" from the sovereign citizen movement ?


She's attractive and successful.
 
2014-06-19 11:41:59 AM

Target Builder: When asked how she pleaded, she said, "I accept for value in returning for value for settlement in closure of this accounting."

Did she have a stroke or something?


I'm not a native speaker of the "deluded nutjob" dialect of English,but I think she's saying "F@&% you, pay me."

She's just trying to say it "Sarah Palin"-style, which seems to involve taking a big bag of words that the speaker thinks sound "educated" and "professional" and throwing handfuls of them in the general direction of the concept that the speaker thinks they're conveying.
 
2014-06-19 11:42:23 AM

Flint Ironstag: Liens: Number 74 in a list of things I'm glad the US has that don't exist here*. Along with, creationists, having to come to a full stop at junctions and having to get a licence to start a business. And the Kardasians.

*They exist for mortgages and other securities backed by property, but random people can't just put one on your home.


Where's "here?"
 
2014-06-19 11:43:34 AM

umad: miniflea: GORDON: The IRS, TSA, and the Bureau of Land Management snipers are proof to me that there is nothing at all wrong with trusting the government.

Not saying I agree with what the Sovereign Citizen movement is doing, I'm just saying I understand it.

There isnt anything to understand. These people are nuts. I've seen them described as a legal system cargo cult. At least those islanders had the excuse of ignorance. These idiots have access to the same education as the rest of us and they still choose to believe nonsense.

So do Christians, homeopaths, psychics, and the poor. People are farking stupid. We like to think we are special but we are just a slightly more intelligent species of ape.


But if you are a Muslim or Jew, hey, umm... we're good right? The only reasons you people pick on Christians is they won't blow you up or declare a holy war on you for it, and they didn't suffer a holocaust that automatically makes it uncool to pick on them.  And what about Buddhism or Shinto? You afraid you will look silly picking on these? So why do you and your particular kind of assholes always come down so hard on Christians?
 
2014-06-19 11:47:07 AM

washington-babylon: umad: miniflea: GORDON: The IRS, TSA, and the Bureau of Land Management snipers are proof to me that there is nothing at all wrong with trusting the government.

Not saying I agree with what the Sovereign Citizen movement is doing, I'm just saying I understand it.

There isnt anything to understand. These people are nuts. I've seen them described as a legal system cargo cult. At least those islanders had the excuse of ignorance. These idiots have access to the same education as the rest of us and they still choose to believe nonsense.

So do Christians, homeopaths, psychics, and the poor. People are farking stupid. We like to think we are special but we are just a slightly more intelligent species of ape.

But if you are a Muslim or Jew, hey, umm... we're good right? The only reasons you people pick on Christians is they won't blow you up or declare a holy war on you for it, and they didn't suffer a holocaust that automatically makes it uncool to pick on them.  And what about Buddhism or Shinto? You afraid you will look silly picking on these? So why do you and your particular kind of assholes always come down so hard on Christians?


Muslims, religious Jews, Shintos, and Buddhists can all fark right off along with you. They just don't get mentioned as often because they don't use our government as their bully pulpit. IOW: cry me a farking river.
 
2014-06-19 11:48:19 AM
These folks are a straight-up nightmare to deal with. For several years I had a file cabinet set aside just for sovereign citizen matters where they would try to paper bomb their way out of mortgages, auto loans, and credit card debt.  It was necessary not just because of the volumes of paper, but the physical nature of the files.  Unusual paper sizes, all manner of ribbons, trinkets, fringe, and sometimes even coins glued to pages.  Covers or folders made out of everything from heavy paper stock to vinyl and even thin slats of wood.  For this crowd, legal writing involves a trip to the craft store as much as it does sitting in front of a computer or typewriter (yes-many of them use typewriters for "security").
 
2014-06-19 11:48:50 AM

Flint Ironstag: Liens: Number 74 in a list of things I'm glad the US has that don't exist here*. Along with, creationists, having to come to a full stop at junctions and having to get a licence to start a business. And the Kardasians.

*They exist for mortgages and other securities backed by property, but random people can't just put one on your home.


Random people can't place a legitimate, meaningful lien on your property in the US.

They can file paperwork while normal people point and laugh.
 
2014-06-19 11:50:49 AM
Call me crazy, but I find these people to be morbidly fascinating.  Here you have grown adults that basically believe that as long as you can find the legalese translation of "abracadabra", you suddenly slip the surly bonds of the US government.  I remember there being a Canadian case where I think the judge either purposefully or not trolls the sovereign guy by actually coming in and out of the courtroom like the sovereign "manuals" dictate.  Apparently, every time that happens, the court changes, from admiralty (maritime), to religious, then to something else that I've forgotten.  Still, I'm not oblivious to the fact that they are clogging up the works and subsequently costing us money, so I'm all aboard the "release to international waters" train.  Maybe Sealand can take them.
 
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