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Great, I'm in the hole $176 Billion this time

Posted: Wed Oct 04, 2017 4:49 am
by Burnaby49
We're at it again folks;

http://pdfedition.swna.com/members/rbm/2016-01-29/rbm_20160129_a08_02.pdf

DARLENE BOUCHARD©™ MARCIEN PAUL EMILE BOUCHARD©™ MARJORIE STEVENS©™ KERRY STEVENS©™ DARLENE BOUCHARD©™ MARCIEN PAUL EMILE BOUCHARD©™ MARJORIE STEVENS©™ KERRY STEVENS©™ DARLENE BOUCHARD©™ MARCIEN PAUL EMILE BOUCHARD©™ MARJORIE STEVENS©™ KERRY STEVENS©™ DARLENE BOUCHARD©™ MARCIEN PAUL EMILE BOUCHARD©™ MARJORIE STEVENS©™ KERRY STEVENS©™ DARLENE BOUCHARD©™ MARCIEN PAUL EMILE BOUCHARD©™ MARJORIE STEVENS©™ KERRY STEVENS©™ DARLENE BOUCHARD©™ MARCIEN PAUL EMILE BOUCHARD©™ MARJORIE STEVENS©™ KERRY STEVENS©™ DARLENE BOUCHARD©™ MARCIEN PAUL EMILE BOUCHARD©™ MARJORIE STEVENS©™ KERRY STEVENS©™ DARLENE BOUCHARD©™ MARCIEN PAUL EMILE BOUCHARD©™ MARJORIE STEVENS©™ KERRY STEVENS©™ DARLENE BOUCHARD©™ MARCIEN PAUL EMILE BOUCHARD©™ MARJORIE STEVENS©™ KERRY STEVENS©™ DARLENE BOUCHARD©™ MARCIEN PAUL EMILE BOUCHARD©™ MARJORIE STEVENS©™ KERRY STEVENS©™ DARLENE BOUCHARD©™ MARCIEN PAUL EMILE BOUCHARD©™ MARJORIE STEVENS©™ KERRY STEVENS©™

At $4,000,000,000 US a shot ($1 billion per use plus triple damages) I owe these people US$176,000,000,000 for that block of text.

All rights reserved re common-law copyright of trade name/trademark of debtors listed below, as well as any and all derivatives and variations in spelling of said trade name(s)/trademark(s), may neither be used nor reproduced neither in whole nor in part, nor in any manner whatsoever, without the prior express, written consent and acknowledgement of each Secured Party listed below. For each occurrence of use of each Debtor and each Secured Party below authenticates this self-executing Contract/ Security Agreement and will result in full commercial liability in the sum certain amount of one billion American Base III complaint functional fiat currency ($1,000,000,000.00 CAD or equivalent) adjusted to inflation plus triple damages.


These things are popping up like crabgrass on my lawn. I have no idea why. This one's a bit odd because it was published in the Rivers Banner, the local paper at Rivers Manitoba. Rivers is a tiny, barely-there town in Manitoba. As rural as you can get.

I can see a problem with the above notice even if I tried to comply. This bit;

may neither be used nor reproduced neither in whole nor in part, nor in any manner whatsoever


Let's take DARLENE BOUCHARD©™ as an example. Does the "in part" mean nobody else in the whole world can be called Darlene anymore? So I can't call the woman who does a bi-weekly cleaning of our house by her name from now on? Seems a bit greedy on DARLENE BOUCHARD©™'s part. Or, what about just the 'A' 'E' 'O' and 'U' in DARLENE BOUCHARD©™? Between them they've copyrighted all five vowels. Does that mean that I have to type this paragraph as;

Lt's tk DRLN BCHRD©™ s n xmpl. Ds th "n prt" mn nbdy ls n th whl wrld cn b clld Drln nymr? S cn't cll th wmn wh ds b-wkly clnng f r hs by hr nm nymr? Sms bt grdy n DRLN BCHRD©™'s prt. r, wht bt jst th '' '' nd '' n DRLN BCHRD©™? Btwn thm thy'v cpyrghtd ll fve vwls. Ds tht mn tht I hv t typ ths prgrph s;


Life is getting complicated enough without having to deal with Leading Bufallo Man© and Gentle East Wind Woman©. Hey, they're copyright too! There goes another $8,000,000,000.

Re: Great, I'm in the hole $176 Billion this time

Posted: Wed Oct 04, 2017 5:58 am
by notorial dissent
Burnaby, you obviously haven't visited enough pubs this week, or that wouldn't bother you.

Oh, and you might pass it a long to those schulbs that I common law copyrighted and trademarked the alphabet and my fee schedule is $1 million dollars for each use of any of my copyrighted trademarked characters.

Re: Great, I'm in the hole $176 Billion this time

Posted: Wed Oct 04, 2017 6:36 am
by Burnaby49
notorial dissent wrote:Burnaby, you obviously haven't visited enough pubs this week, or that wouldn't bother you.

Oh, and you might pass it a long to those schulbs that I common law copyrighted and trademarked the alphabet and my fee schedule is $1 million dollars for each use of any of my copyrighted trademarked characters.


Today I had two Doan's Altbiers at the Railway club and a Moon Under Water Blueberry Copper Kettle Sour at Malones. Then a Real Cask Blackburn Bitter at Callisters along with two 64 oz growlers I had filled to take home, one with Blackburn Bitter and the other with Callister Hastings Sunrise Blueberry Wheat. I think I'm holding my end up with frequency of visits.

http://doanscraftbrewing.com/beers/
http://654.70e.myftpupload.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/beer-menu-malones-draft.jpg
http://www.callisterbrewing.com/#beer-list

And don't bother telling me how much I owe you for using the letters of your alphabet in this posting. I'm already way over my head in debt to Leading Buffalo Man© and his copyrighted buddies. You'll have to take a number and get to the end of the line.

Re: Great, I'm in the hole $176 Billion this time

Posted: Wed Oct 04, 2017 8:25 am
by notorial dissent
And that was just today??? And the week has just barely started....

Anyway, the fee schedule ONLY applies to idjits who insist on common law copyrighting and trademarking their names, so your boozing funds are safe, at least from me.

Re: Great, I'm in the hole $176 Billion this time

Posted: Wed Oct 04, 2017 5:41 pm
by SteveUK
$176bn must be chumpf change for you Burnaby. Just don’t go out drinking for 1 week and problem solved!

Re: Great, I'm in the hole $176 Billion this time

Posted: Thu Oct 05, 2017 3:38 am
by The Observer
notorial dissent wrote:And that was just today??? And the week has just barely started....


Sometimes I wonder if the size of Burnaby's liver is noticeable. Then other times I just presume that he had it removed and replaced with an oil filter from a very large marine diesel engine.

Re: Great, I'm in the hole $176 Billion this time

Posted: Thu Oct 05, 2017 4:19 am
by notorial dissent
He has it parked in a pocket universe where it can expand to suit demand, and give him more capacity.

Re: Great, I'm in the hole $176 Billion this time

Posted: Thu Oct 05, 2017 4:38 am
by Burnaby49
Note that the bulk of the beer in that listing, totalling 128 ounces in two growlers, was taken home for later consumption. So my intake for the day, while significant, didn't match up to the entire listing. Although I have to admit that the growlers won't last all that long.

Re: Great, I'm in the hole $176 Billion this time

Posted: Sun Oct 08, 2017 5:50 pm
by TheNewSaint
one billion American Base III complaint functional fiat currency


Well, that's not so bad. 1000000000 in base 3 is only $19,683 in base 10.

Re: Great, I'm in the hole $176 Billion this time

Posted: Tue Oct 10, 2017 4:06 am
by bmxninja357
If i was you i would pay it and save myself the trouble. Luckily theres plenty of templates for promissory notes around here.

Or just five letter it.

Hell add some zeros and demand the change!

Peace
Ninj

Re: Great, I'm in the hole $176 Billion this time

Posted: Tue Oct 10, 2017 12:58 pm
by ArthurWankspittle
Dear SovCits
I enclose my check for $176,000,000,100. As you can see, a computer glitch has resulted in an extra $100 being included in the check. To save any further messing about with banks, please Western Union me $100 and I'll OK it all with my bank and release the check as written.
Prince Aduki of Nigeria

Re: Great, I'm in the hole $176 Billion this time

Posted: Wed Oct 11, 2017 12:41 am
by eric
Get with the program, this is Canada. It's 100K$ in I-Tunes gift cards to a 519 area code phone number which routes back to some obliging chap from Mumbai.

Re: Great, I'm in the hole $176 Billion this time

Posted: Wed Oct 11, 2017 1:01 am
by Burnaby49
eric wrote:Get with the program, this is Canada. It's 100K$ in I-Tunes gift cards to a 519 area code phone number which routes back to some obliging chap from Mumbai.


Do you even know anything about Canada? Payment is in Hudson's Bay, Canadian Tire, and Tim Horton gift cards.

Re: Great, I'm in the hole $176 Billion this time

Posted: Wed Oct 11, 2017 3:52 am
by notorial dissent
I think it probably depends on their age bracket.

Re: Great, I'm in the hole $176 Billion this time

Posted: Wed Oct 11, 2017 4:04 am
by bmxninja357
Canadian tire money is one of the most successful community currencies of all time. Some bars and other places accept it at face value. Therefore you cant pay with that.

Maybe just pay with a spider drawing.....

Peace
Ninj

Re: Great, I'm in the hole $176 Billion this time

Posted: Wed Oct 11, 2017 3:13 pm
by The Observer
Is there a Canadian Tire Bank then? This could be a great opportunity for Peter of England if there isn't.

Re: Great, I'm in the hole $176 Billion this time

Posted: Wed Oct 11, 2017 5:37 pm
by ontobserver
The Observer wrote:Is there a Canadian Tire Bank then? This could be a great opportunity for Peter of England if there isn't.


There actually is a Canadian Tire Bank...its an online bank with Savings, GIC, Tax Free Savings accounts and a few MasterCard options. The reward points for their Options MasterCard can be used for purchases at Canadian Tire making these reward points essentially Canadian Tire Money as well. Most people now collect their Canadian Tire money electronically, but I recently had to wait in line for a cashier to add up a 3 inch stack of Canadian Tire money (mostly in 5c and 10c denominations).

Re: Great, I'm in the hole $176 Billion this time

Posted: Wed Oct 11, 2017 7:17 pm
by bmxninja357
The Observer wrote:Is there a Canadian Tire Bank then? This could be a great opportunity for Peter of England if there isn't.


There is tons of community currencies in many countries. Including canada and the u.s.a.

In short if done right you can legally create your own money. In fact in at least one country the community currency gets more use and trades higher than the national currency. And in many cases actual banks accept it.

But thats another topic.
Peace
Ninj

Re: Great, I'm in the hole $176 Billion this time

Posted: Wed Oct 11, 2017 7:43 pm
by Burnaby49
Canada had the Diefendollar!

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Back in the day (1962 to be precise) there was, for non-economic reasons, a lot of resentment that the Canadian dollar was worth only $0.925US. National pride or something. Hence the Diefendollar, named after John Diefenbaker, our prime minister at the time. There was another version (mutiple dollars!) that explicitly had Dief the Chief on it. The above version had the governor of the Bank of Canada;

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All Canadian Tire has is a stereotype Scotsman.

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Re: Great, I'm in the hole $176 Billion this time

Posted: Fri Oct 13, 2017 3:19 pm
by Pottapaug1938
Burnaby49 wrote:Canada had the Diefendollar!

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Back in the day (1962 to be precise) there was, for non-economic reasons, a lot of resentment that the Canadian dollar was worth only $0.925US. National pride or something. Hence the Diefendollar, named after John Diefenbaker, our prime minister at the time. There was another version (mutiple dollars!) that explicitly had Dief the Chief on it. The above version had the governor of the Bank of Canada;

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All Canadian Tire has is a stereotype Scotsman.

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It's not going to be as much fun, visiting Canadian Tire now, since they got rid of the Canadian Tire dollars....