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One more thing , I find it quite distastefull to think it is propper to change the topic or alter fact to suit ones selfish needs. Please understand this, I do not change my views nor my opinion in an attempt to sway another for any reason, For this same reason I do not change my age , weight, or Sexual preferences for anyone or anything. I do not pretend to be something today and another tommorow for the slight chance that somebody may talk to me. if you truly want to know the laughing stock in this forum Please look into the mirror. I see all those sweet and lovelies are flocking to you still. Please Keep it up, please you really do entertain me.

One last thing old boy, I am retired, 3 years in fact in April, I was 45. I choose to work for my toys, Trips and for whatever I want extra in life. I am not a 70 something old man who is trying to scrape 2 nickels together to make ends meet, I am sorry that others have that issue. But i am not sorry for using my youth to my advantage..... 1 bit of advice Stop being a hater. Honestly it makes you look more the baffoon than you may really be.

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Rdy2 maybe you should have Paid for a qualified surgeon if you fail to see what is clearly written.

I don't take snippits and bend them around in an attemps to divert attention from perverted practices..... I clearly stated my opinion and my intent early and have stayed on course, you on the other hand seems to meander about. Well except for the fact you lurk around oggling and leering at unsuspecting people for some perverted and possibly disgusting means.

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Virginia has a bill heading to the floor as we speak just for that reason. It is a two year ban on local,state or federal government agencies using drones in Virginia.They are doing this to keep the peoples private lives from being invaded on their own property.

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RDY2 Please keep your trivial concepts of reality honest. You play the fool well but my assertions are in response to You claiming you have the right to infringe upon a persons privacy you cannot . you also asserted that you could bo out and buy one at The costco, i assured you I would take to it like a Clay bird.

Lastly I also assert and maintain that the State and Local police Agencies cannot Use any device w/o a warrant to observe a person private property by avoiding natural or deliberate visual obstruction. cue in the 4th amendment.

please try to keep things in perspective .

Honestly ,I could really care less what the Feds or the Local Pd does I have nothing to hide. My concerns deal more with Lecherous old perverts who think that they can take pictures of any unsuspecting person for what ever depraved uses old Farts do with them... Come spy on me and see what you get...... FYI- I don't have legal aid represent me.......

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I don't have a dog in that race.Was just posting more info about drone usage.

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I don't think the post said anything about shooting a drone down.

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A variety of drone-related bills have been introduced this year in more than 30 state legislatures. There is already limited civilian drone use. The FAA has granted several hundred permits to state and local governments, police departments, universities and others to experiment with using small drones. Initially, most civilian drones are expected to be around the size of backpack or smaller, weighing less than 55 pounds and unable to fly higher than most birds. The U.S. military, on the other hand, uses everything from unarmed, hand-launched drones like the 2.9-pound Wasp to systems like the MQ-9 Reaper that flies up to 50,000 feet, has a 66-foot wingspan, weighs up to 10,500 pounds and can fire Hellfire missiles and guided bombs. "I am convinced that the domestic use of drones to conduct surveillance and collect other information will have a broad and significant impact on the everyday lives of millions of Americans going forward," said the committee's chairman, Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt. "Small, quiet unmanned aircraft can easily be built or purchased online for only a few hundred dollars, and equipped with high-definition video cameras while flying in areas impossible for manned aircraft to operate without being detected," Leahy said. "It is not hard to imagine the serious privacy problems that this type of technology could cause." Earlier this year, the FAA solicited proposals to create six drone test sites around the country. With a nod to privacy concerns, the FAA said test site applicants will be required to follow federal and state privacy laws and to make a privacy policy publicly available. The test sites are supposed to evaluate what requirements are needed to ensure the drones don't collide with planes or endanger people or property on the ground. Remotely controlled drones don't have a pilot who can see other aircraft the way an onboard plane or helicopter pilot can. The agency has received 50 applications to create test sites in 37 states. Eventually, every state may have a test site, said Michael Toscano, president and CEO of the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International, a trade association for the domestic drone industry.

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Drones will require new privacy laws, Senate told By JOAN LOWY | Associated Press – 25 mins ago

WASHINGTON (AP) — Privacy laws urgently need to be updated to protect the public from information-gathering by the thousands of civilian drones expected to be flying in U.S. skies in the next decade or so, legal experts told a Senate panel Wednesday. A budding commercial drone industry is poised to put mostly small, unmanned aircraft to countless uses, from monitoring crops to acting as lookouts for police SWAT teams, but federal and state privacy laws have been outpaced by advances in drone technology, said experts appearing at a Senate hearing. Current privacy protections from aerial surveillance are based on court decisions from the 1980s, the committee was told, before the widespread drone use was anticipated. In general, manned helicopters and planes already have the potential to do the same kinds of surveillance and intrusive information gathering as drones, but drones can be flown more cheaply, for longer periods of time and at less risk to human life. That makes it likely that surveillance and information-gathering will become much more widespread, legal experts said. The Federal Aviation Administration recently predicted about 7,500 civilian drones will be in use within five years after the agency grants them greater access to U.S. skies. Congress has directed the FAA to provide drones with widespread access to domestic airspace by 2015, but the agency is behind in its development of safety regulations and isn't expected to meet that deadline. If Americans' privacy concerns aren't addressed first, the benefits of potentially "transformative" drone technology may not be realized, Ryan Calo, a University of Washington law professor, told the Judiciary Committee. But experts were divided on whether Congress should update federal privacy laws to set a national standard, or whether the responsibility should be left to state lawmakers to craft their own solutions. Several bills have been introduced in Congress that would, among other things, require warrants before drones could be used for surveillance.

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but you don't call people names or melt down do you ? I blocked perfect because they like calling peopel names I tried to block you after your first melt down but you don't even have the balls to let anyone see your profile.

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Geee I have another fan club member to stalk me through the forums. LMFAO!

It is so fun to know I can own these mental midgets...

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