The secret word is Liquefy
VOTE NO ON PROP 98!
***(Yes on Prop 99)***
Vote on Tuesday, June 3rd
THIS IS IMPORTANT! It's just a minor primary election that normally goes unnoticed... but if you are a California voter -- particularly if you're a California renter -- this could be the most important vote you'll cast all year!
Proposition 98 purports to protect private property rights and to limit abuses of the government in seizing property for eminent domain. But that's not all it does. Prop 98 would eliminate rent-control laws on a statewide level. Even if your city or neighborhood has rent control, this law would make those laws irrelevant. Rent would be completely deregulated, allowing landlords to jack up prices any way they wanted.Even if you're a homeowner, it's still important to vote NO on 98, because these changes could also affect the stores you shop in and the businesses where you work. (Most businesses rent from property owners.) If you even think that you or someone you care about may ever have to rent a property in California, it's urgent that you vote NO on Prop 98.This item was put on this summertime ballot specifically because its supporters knew turn-out would be low. (If you don't believe me, watch this YouTube video where the head of the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association gloats about how the low turn-out will help them win.)The greedy bastards behind this law are depending on the fact that no one pays attention to this summer election.They're counting on you not showing up. Over a dozen California cities have some form of rent control law. These cities include Los Angeles, San Francisco, Oakland, Berkeley, Santa Monica, and San Jose. In addition, about 100 cities and counties have laws limiting the rent mobile home park owners may charge people who lease space in their park. Altogether, about one million California households live in rent-controlled apartments or mobile home parks.Please pass this onto every California voter & renter you know.Please vote NO on Prop 98 on June 3rd.Please vote YES on Prop 99. (This is a law that seeks to limit eminent domain abuses without eliminating rent control. Voting "yes" on 99 will help us defeat 98. If 99 gets more votes than 98, Prop 98 will never go into effect.)
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The secret word is Homeless
“We’re fleas, not ants. But we look real menacing and you’ve yet to discover what we have planned.”
Uncle Bill Burroughs always warned us how the planet was drifting to random insect doom, but doom seems to be a hell of a lot closer with the arrival in Texas of crazy raspberry ants that like to attack computers and other electronic hardware. The following story from The Daily Tech was forwarded for our education and concern by some girl…
"A new species of ant has arrived in Houston and is believed to have come to Texas via a cargo ship that arrived at the Port of Houston. The ants are called crazy rasberry ants. The ants get the odd name from the fact that they tend to move erratically around in search of food rather than moving in orderly lines like typical ants." Click for full story
The secret word is Formic