is it possible to text sumbody in another country?

Question by another stoner: is it possible to text sumbody in another country?
will i be charged extra? will they be charged? will the msg be sent? will she recieve the msg when she gets back or while shes there?

i wanna do this so i can see if sum1 is really in another country like they say they are. ( i KNOW they have their phone b/c she texted me while she was ‘on the plane’)

NOTE:
this girl is known for being very mysterious and making others jealous and the sort.

im in Virginia shes ‘gone’ to austria.

Best answer:

Answer by Anonymous U
You can text them but you and the person will be charged extra.

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Got arrested in another state for marijuana?

Question by TJ: Got arrested in another state for marijuana?
I live in CT but got caught with a gram of marijuana in Virginia by campus police… I have a court summons for april 1st. Whats going to happen? Does the case stay down in VA or get transferred? what would happen if i didn’t show up?

Best answer:

Answer by Badge203
It stays in Virginia, if convicted it goes on your adult record

You don’t show up your information goes into the LEIN System (Law Enforcement Information network) as having a warrant for your arrest

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Virginia is first state to ban mandatory health insurance: Has Virginia thrown another wrench in Øbama-care?

Question by Defender of America: Virginia is first state to ban mandatory health insurance: Has Virginia thrown another wrench in Øbama-care?
In addition to Virginia, at least 35 other state legislatures are considering measures to “limit, alter, or oppose selected state or federal actions, including single-payer provisions and mandates that would require purchase of insurance,” according to the National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL).

Virginia Bans Mandatory Health Insurance
http://www.medpagetoday.com/PublicHealthPolicy/Washington-Watch/18942

Best answer:

Answer by Disco Stu – The Footlong
I’m glad I live in Virginia.

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Dr. Lance Watson ‘God Always Has Another Move’

2008 Pastor and Leaders Conference Dr. Lance D. Watson is a three time Summa Cum Laude graduate of Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan from which he holds the Bachelor of Science in Psychology, the Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and the Master of Arts in Guidance and Counseling. He is a Magna Cum Laude Graduate of the Samuel DeWitt Proctor School of Theology at Virginia Union University from which he holds a Master of Divinity and a Summa Cum Laude Graduate of the Presbyterian School of Christian Education at Union Theological Seminary in Richmond, Virginia. He completed his doctoral studies at United Theological Seminary earning the doctorate of ministry degree. His achievements and recognitions are noteworthy. He has been honored as an Outstanding Contributor to Education, an Outstanding Communicator and Minister of the Year, as well as an African American Role Model by several organizations. He is listed in Who’s Who in Religion and a member of the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity. He serves as Senior Pastor of the Saint Paul’s Baptist Church of Richmond, Virginia and chief visionary for its corporate affiliates, Destiny Child Development Center, Destiny Christian Academy, Destiny Center for the Performing Arts, Charisma Books and Gifts, Saint Paul’s Federal Credit Union, Saint Paul’s Community Foundation, NIA, Inc. of Greater Richmond and Positive Power Media Group. He is host of the telecast “Positive Power” seen nationally on TV ONE Network. Saint Paul’s has been
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Another View – NSU 75th Anniversary

What started in 1935 as the Norfolk Unit of Virginia Union University is now Norfolk State University – celebrating 75 years of quality education primarily for African American students. Norfolk State University is on of the largest HBCU’s in the country. On this edition of Another View, we’ll discuss the past, present and future of NSU with NSU Archivist Tommy Bogger, PhD, Gerald Tyler, NSU Reclamation Project Advisor, and Ed Hamm, Rector of the NSU Board of Visitors. Plus, the story of Nat Turner as you’ve never heard it before.
Video Rating: 5 / 5

20070726 – staining – another unsafe ladder set-up (mid) – IMG_2840

20070726 – staining – another unsafe ladder set-up (mid) – IMG_2840
Virginia Homes For Sale
Image by Rev. Xanatos Satanicos Bombasticos (ClintJCL)
One of many hassles was covering everything up so that nothing would drip onto it. Fortunately, as we horde and re-use anything re-usable, we absolutely do not ever throw away a plastic Peapod (small/thick) or Diet-To-Go (large/flimsy) bag. Our surplus was just beginning to become semi-unmanagable, when all of a sudden we used just about every bag in the house to individual cover our spiral stiar rails! Other items used in covering included some newspapers given to me by my co-worker, a green bathrobe, a purple button-up womans’ shirt bought during our "rag quest" (yardsaleing for cheap rags to wipe stain on… A shirt would only last an hour or so), and 3-5 dropcloths throughout the project.

We learned that plastic worked better than paper, but paper had definite advantages, like being able to wipe excess stain onto it, and being rippable. Sometimes we used both at once. It just depended. But with the stairs, you had to TAPE everything down. Very annoying. At least painter’stape is re-stickable.

You can also see the current unsafe ladder placement, and the carpet-on-the-stairs from the previous unsafe ladder placement. We left it there since it also served as a dropcloth.

BACKSTORY: Anyone who reads our contract (link below) can see that it specified to move the closet and built-in shelves. But Virginia Design Builders‘s workers — the workers hired by Daniel M. Lopez — were unable to properly move the closet without destroying it. And they "accidentally" threw away our shelves. They also broke the trim at the edge of the closet.

And then guess what? The asshole refused to stain ANY of it, despite the fact that the only reason the color now didn’t match was due to their inability to properly execute a contract. (It was a 3 month contract and was not finished for over 3 years.) This left us having to stain WAY more wood than we otherwise would have. It was quite literally a difference of several months’ work, as we both had jobs (at the time), and spare time at home has been in deficit for awhile.

STAINING IS A PAIN: Just for reference, proper wood staining is a MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR pain in the ass. The wood filling, the sanding, the pre-conditioning, staining, the wiping, the dropcloths, the multiple coats of everything, the (4) polyurethane coats [which often required holding a lamp in one hand, to reflect light on it to ensure evenness], and the final sanding. And don’t get me started on the timing: Stain 20 minutes after pre-conditioning, but only for 2 hours; stain in 20 minute cycles consisting of 4 sub-cycles: stain area #1, stain area #2, wipe area #1, wipe area #2. Then break, get new gloves, and start over. A 20 minute cycle might equal 2 shelves, or 2 boards from ceiling to floor. Our spreadsheet had over 200 cells. At the end of the day, the only way to get stain off your skin was to apply paint thinner directly to your skin in violation of the instructions, common sense, and one’s best interests…

wood staining.
bath robe, ladder, newspaper, painter’s tape, plastic bag, spiral stair railing.
unsafe.

upstairs, Clint and Carolyn’s house, Alexandria, Virginia.

July 26, 2007.

… Read my blog at ClintJCL.wordpress.com
… Read Carolyn’s blog at CarolynCASL.wordpress.com

LEGAL: To see an official VA DPOR sanction of 0 (+0) against Dan Lopez and Virginia Design Builders: clint.sheer.us/download/filedump/2008/daniel-m-lop… … These people were suing him for 0K last time I checked.

To see OUR contract with Dan Lopez / Virginia Design Builders: clint.sheer.us/download/filedump/2008/daniel-m-lop… … Just in case anybody doesn’t believe me./B>

20070726 – staining – another unsafe ladder set-up (close) – IMG_2842

20070726 – staining – another unsafe ladder set-up (close) – IMG_2842
Virginia Homes For Sale
Image by Rev. Xanatos Satanicos Bombasticos (ClintJCL)
One of many hassles was covering everything up so that nothing would drip onto it. Fortunately, as we horde and re-use anything re-usable, we absolutely do not ever throw away a plastic Peapod (small/thick) or Diet-To-Go (large/flimsy) bag. Our surplus was just beginning to become semi-unmanagable, when all of a sudden we used just about every bag in the house to individual cover our spiral stiar rails! Other items used in covering included some newspapers given to me by my co-worker, a green bathrobe, a purple button-up womans’ shirt bought during our "rag quest" (yardsaleing for cheap rags to wipe stain on… A shirt would only last an hour or so), and 3-5 dropcloths throughout the project.

We learned that plastic worked better than paper, but paper had definite advantages, like being able to wipe excess stain onto it, and being rippable. Sometimes we used both at once. It just depended. But with the stairs, you had to TAPE everything down. Very annoying. At least painter’stape is re-stickable.

You can also see the current unsafe ladder placement, and the carpet-on-the-stairs from the previous unsafe ladder placement. We left it there since it also served as a dropcloth.

BACKSTORY: Anyone who reads our contract (link below) can see that it specified to move the closet and built-in shelves. But Virginia Design Builders‘s workers — the workers hired by Daniel M. Lopez — were unable to properly move the closet without destroying it. And they "accidentally" threw away our shelves. They also broke the trim at the edge of the closet.

And then guess what? The asshole refused to stain ANY of it, despite the fact that the only reason the color now didn’t match was due to their inability to properly execute a contract. (It was a 3 month contract and was not finished for over 3 years.) This left us having to stain WAY more wood than we otherwise would have. It was quite literally a difference of several months’ work, as we both had jobs (at the time), and spare time at home has been in deficit for awhile.

STAINING IS A PAIN: Just for reference, proper wood staining is a MAJOR MAJOR MAJOR pain in the ass. The wood filling, the sanding, the pre-conditioning, staining, the wiping, the dropcloths, the multiple coats of everything, the (4) polyurethane coats [which often required holding a lamp in one hand, to reflect light on it to ensure evenness], and the final sanding. And don’t get me started on the timing: Stain 20 minutes after pre-conditioning, but only for 2 hours; stain in 20 minute cycles consisting of 4 sub-cycles: stain area #1, stain area #2, wipe area #1, wipe area #2. Then break, get new gloves, and start over. A 20 minute cycle might equal 2 shelves, or 2 boards from ceiling to floor. Our spreadsheet had over 200 cells. At the end of the day, the only way to get stain off your skin was to apply paint thinner directly to your skin in violation of the instructions, common sense, and one’s best interests…

wood staining.
bath robe, ladder, newspaper, painter’s tape, plastic bag.
unsafe.

upstairs, Clint and Carolyn’s house, Alexandria, Virginia.

July 26, 2007.

… Read my blog at ClintJCL.wordpress.com
… Read Carolyn’s blog at CarolynCASL.wordpress.com

LEGAL: To see an official VA DPOR sanction of 0 (+0) against Dan Lopez and Virginia Design Builders: clint.sheer.us/download/filedump/2008/daniel-m-lop… … These people were suing him for 0K last time I checked.

To see OUR contract with Dan Lopez / Virginia Design Builders: clint.sheer.us/download/filedump/2008/daniel-m-lop… … Just in case anybody doesn’t believe me./B>

Why do you think the Virginia Tech shooter chose NBC instead of another network?

Question by firedragon: Why do you think the Virginia Tech shooter chose NBC instead of another network?

Best answer:

Answer by goombajoe
good question he probaly knew they would run it anything for ratings for nbc

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