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adjusterjack

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  1. It's 105 degrees in Phoenix as I write this. I turned on the kitchen cold water tap and the temperature of the water stream was 100 degrees. I took a couple of minutes to cool down to 80 degrees and that's where it stayed. At 80 degrees it was cool to the touch but tepid (lukewarm) when I drank it. Like you, I prefer drinking cold water so I keep a couple of gallons in the fridge and drink from them. I have no preference when I brush my teeth so tap water is fine. My advice: Keep water in the fridge. Drink from it and brush your teeth with it because you sure as heck don't have a "legal" issue here.
  2. OK, whatever. smh Sigh.
  3. PG1067 is right about your lack of reading comprehension. That statute addresses forcing others to engage in prostitution. Like procuring minors for the pleasure of pedophiles or pimps beating up women and sending them out on the streets with the threat of more beatings if they don't bring back money. https://law.justia.com/codes/ohio/2018/title-29/chapter-2907/section-2907.21/ It has nothing to do with the topic of this thread.
  4. I didn't see any ad because I have a very good ad blocker on my computer. The video showed a high pressure geyser of water slamming the upper parts and roofs of two adjacent row houses.
  5. You got that right. The way I see it is the father has a right to be concerned. Your fiancé is an alcoholic. A drunk. Charged twice with DUI only means he drinks and drives on other occasions and wasn't caught. That your child wasn't present at the time is irrelevant. He could just as well be present next time. Drunks have no control over themselves. They don't think about the consequences of what they are doing when they do it. Any number of unforeseen things can happen that puts your child in the car with a drunk driver no matter how much you swear up and down that it won't happen. You really do need a lawyer.
  6. A local attorney is the best place to get answers to those questions.
  7. You can hire a lawyer in VA but you'll have to appear in court to testify at some point. There's no other way out of this unless you just pay the fines.
  8. Start by explaining why it's your business and what your relationship is to the child.
  9. If there was negligence on the part of the water company your insurance company will seek reimbursement. Your sister-in-law's stress, however, is not compensable.
  10. They can sue because anybody can sue anybody for anything. They just aren't going to win. An ambulance chaser from the law firm of Dewey, Cheatham, and Howe.
  11. You haven't said why they stopped you or what they saw and how they saw it so I have no idea how to answer your question. Door trim above your head?
  12. Of course not. I don't have time to look it up but my guess is that the laws that govern water districts allow the districts the autonomy to create and change bylaws. Sure. You have the right to stand there and forbid entry until a judge says otherwise. Hire a lawyer and sue the water district but my guess is that you will lose because of: As close as the vote was it's obvious that enough members of the district were in favor of it to get it to pass. I don't think you are going to win this but you are welcome to spend your money on litigation and try.
  13. I don't know. Third DUI in 7 years maybe. Stop kvetching about the license and get him a lawyer. Meantime he needs to get used to taking public transportation.
  14. Yes, absolutely legal. In the absence of a bona fide employment contract, your job is what your employer says it is from the moment you're hired even if it's different from what you agreed to. Don't bother. Waste of time and money. However, if you didn't get your pay, file a wage claim with the state.
  15. The bomb always gets defused with one second left on the timer when the star of the show defuses it.
  16. Loved that scene. Deus ex machina at the end of the story is one thing, but at the beginning, uh uh. Kind of kills the rest of the story.
  17. What state? Do you pay by the month, by the week, or by the day? Any kind of written agreement or posted rules about occupancy?
  18. Well, people call it squatters rights because they don't know any better. You are a tenant at will. The NY landlord-tenant statute requires "no less than thirty days" notice of termination of tenancy: https://law.justia.com/codes/new-york/2017/rpp/article-7/228/ A 28 day notice doesn't cut it though, given your marital situation, it's probably not a good idea to quibble about it. A more critical issue is that your marriage has deteriorated to the point that your wife is hostile to you. If you go home today and she calls the police, the police will probably agree that you aren't trespassing and will require her to let you in. Trouble is, depending on just how hostile things are, she could take out a restraining order and have the police remove you from the house a lot sooner than 30 days. Women can often get restraining orders just for the asking. You're the only one who can say what kind of risk there is of a restraining order.
  19. https://www.dol.gov/whd/fmla/employeeguide.pdf Page 17 Then go back to the beginning of the guide to see if your employer even has to offer FMLA.
  20. There was nothing innocent about you. You're a druggie and you were in possession of illegal drugs.
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