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DO NOT TALK TO THE COPS

WHO ever you are , and WHERE ever you are, say ONLY these 5 words to police if taken into custody -
" I HAVE NOTHING TO SAY"
Remember these five words.
This will save you in many cases.
" I HAVE NOTHING TO SAY"
You can be held for what seems like days and possibly be (physically and mentally) abused by the cops, but DO NOT SPEAK TO THEM other than,
" I HAVE NOTHING TO SAY"
even if they stop at your door and ask questions, DO NOT ANSWER QUESTIONS,
" I HAVE NOTHING TO SAY"
The police have stolen from my personal belongings in the past and I wonder if those items will appear in a future crime scene!
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Regent Law Professor James Duane
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Thursday, November 19, 2015

Snow tonight? Good, it has been too damn hot for way too long...




http://www.theweathernetwork.com/news/articles/dangerous-travel-as-snow-pushes-into-ontario/60001/

Andrea Bagley
Digital Reporter
Thursday, November 19, 2015, 6:32 AM - Snow tires -- check? Travelers should prepare for winter driving conditions not once, but twice in parts of Ontario this week. 
Rain showers developed across southern Ontario Wednesday night and will continue for eastern Ontario through the day on Thursday.
"Southwestern Ontario will clear out through the morning, yet a trough approaching from the west may bring in some late day cloud cover and isolated showers," says Weather Network meteorologist Erin Wenckstern. "Otherwise, mild temperatures continue for one last day with a breezy southerly wind."
LAKE EFFECT SNOW SQUALLS
According to Wenckstern, winds will shift to a cool, southwest wind Thursday evening supplying the energy needed for lake effect snow squalls to develop northeast of Lake Superior and Huron/Georgian Bay.
"Local snow squall activity likely tonight into Friday," says Environment Canada in a special weather statement issued for parts of southern Ontario early Thursday morning. "Showers are forecast to change to flurries and local snow squalls late tonight into Friday morning as temperatures drop behind a cold front."

While significant accumulations are not expected from this system, heavy flurries and local blowing snow could reduce visibilities.
"Travelers should prepare for winter driving conditions," EC warns.
It's a different story in northern Ontario however, where snow and blowing snow are expected to persist through Friday with general snowfall amounts of 15 to 20 cm possible by Friday evening.


WEEKEND SNOW
This weekend brings a greater chance for accumulating snow in parts of southern Ontario.
"An approaching system from the west will bring the first 'systematic' snow for southern Ontario Saturday," Wenckstern says.
"Most of the Greater Toronto Area below the escarpment should see only minor accumulations (dusting to 2 cm), but heavier amounts are expected above the escarpment," adds Weather Network meteorologist Doug Gillham. "Travel will be impacted north and northwest of the GTA, potentially including Guelph and Kitchener-Waterloo."


 Doug Gillham @gtaweather1
Classic lake effect snow set-up Sat. night - Sunday in typical snowbelts; Difficult travel in snow squalls, primarily north & NW of the GTA

According to Gillham, totals will continue to increase towards Lake Huron and Georgian Bay and significant accumulations are likely for parts of the Nickel Belt as well including North Bay.
"Late Saturday night and Sunday, bands of lake effect snow will develop east and southeast of Georgian Bay and Lake Huron with significant accumulations likely (in addition to what falls from the system) in the more persistent bands," Gillham warns. "Difficult travel is likely in these areas."
Wet snow that melts and/or gets packed down by vehicles and then refreezes as temperatures drop will produce icy roads.
In addition to the snow, strong and gusty winds are expected.


Like a killer in the state
Like a rat in a maze
Living in a city of freak
(Lives on children in the snow
It's too late) you can't go
Smashes on with turning teeth

The wheels of chains roles again
It was marching like a prowler
Sacrifice the raw flesh
You are nice, you are cash
Here come the flesh eater

Run like blower - eats like a grinder
Run like blower - eats like a grinder

Chatterning sound of iron
You smell the smoke of carbone
Tell me if it's near
I'm in the snow, I panic, I can't go
I see the yellow blades of danger

Run like blower - eats like a grinder
Run like blower - eats like a grinder

Run like blower - eats like a grinder
Run like blower - eats like a grinder

Chatterning sound of iron
You smell the smoke of carbone
Tell me if it's near
I'm in the snow, I panic, I can't go
I see the yellow blades of danger

Run like blower - eats like a grinder
Run like blower - eats like a grinder
A grinder! A grinder!