(Video) My Traffic citation procedure in Las Vegas; Charge was dropped at court.

I got the traffic ticket on January 8, I waited until February 3, checking the website frequently. My name came up on a Saturday, which seems surprising to me. When I came back to the courthouse for the 5th time, the following Monday, I waited 20 minutes for a clerk, with about 45 people ahead of me. Then the clerk hands me a piece of paper and tells me the judge is in the lower level and is there from M-F. When I got to the doors for the courtroom, it was locked, with people inside the room, about 12 of them. There are also about 40 people who sat outside the courtroom with me here.

The judge was Sonny Quan or Kwan? She said I looked like I was going to plead “not guilty” so she said she would save me some time and drop the charge.

(Vlog Videos) Bicycling around UNLV, Las Vegas and also near The Strip

I have never seen a college bordering a ghetto like this before. I see more ghetto people outside of the campus than students. I get the impression that students may prefer to drive to this campus than live nearby and walk to school. There are too many bad people living around the entire campus.

If you zoom into the center, you can see a cat laying with this #homeless person #lasvegas

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(Video) Las Vegas Strip at 3 am/ City Never Sleeps

I wanted to record the neon, LED light shows at night, but wanted to avoid the traffic. But, it’s impossible to avoid traffic, even at 3am. There were plenty of stoplights to hit and sit at for up to a minute, it seemed. Either there were pedestrians crossing or other drivers crossing the intersection.

I didn’t get the impression that the city turns off any of their displays at 3am. If they do, it’s a small amount.



(Video) How to Juice Your Own Wheat Grass without using Electricity.

Let me share how to juice your grass. This is quite easy. It doesn’t require the strength, like it does for crushing your nuts, it takes more skillful focus instead.

I don’t come across many stores that sell wheat grass, in my travels, so i can’t carry around a big machine designed specifically for destroying wheat grass. Instead, I choose the mortar & pestle, which has a lot more utility. Granted, it is heavier to lug around, but it’s more effective than a wood mortar and pestle. 

I’m a little scared when I lose my car and have to travel on bicycle what to do with my stone mortar. It will simply be too heavy to carry. You really don’t see homeless people carrying around stone mortars. I may have to switch back to the wood one at that point.

(Video) Trump block of Muslims will help current American homeless people

If you look at the Boise, Idaho war against the homeless, you see something very shocking. The homeless are bullied out of the city, while refugees are welcomed with warm greeting and open arms. For some reason, many levels of the American government have treated foreign refugees better than American displaced homeless people. There might be a simple psychology that can explain it. I learned or solidified a lesson from a Simpsons episode.

In the Simpsons episode, Homer treated other children better than his own. For some reason he didn’t feel like his own kids appreciated him anymore. But when he took in a new orphan, or became the orphans big brother, he found the orphans interest in Homer to be very endearing. His own kids lost their enthusiasm for the their dad, so meeting new people revitalized Homers spirit.

Perhaps there is a kind of dejection that the city council feels with their local homeless people. Maybe they do feel that bringing in new cultures can spark a different energy within their city. But is it really such a good idea to pull refugees from so far away, who never heard an English word spoken? These safe house cities, like Boise, have taken on too much of an extreme view on changing the culture of their city.

You can welcome people from a couple states away and get a nice revitalization as good, if not better than pulling people in from the other side of the world. Travel brings w nice fresh perspective, and the value of travel doesn’t always relate to the distance you cover. With the speed of travel today, many people don’t even appreciate the distances covered, like our pioneer ancestors.

(Video) Spacious Graveyards where Homeless People Line the Fenced Edges in Las Vegas

How fascinating is it to see wide open spaces in parts of a city with homeless people huddled on the outside of it? You can see these kind of sights in Las Vegas.

If you start the video at 7:15, you can see the graveyard where the homeless line the outside of it:

The picture below shows the main graveyard where homeless people huddle along the sidewalk on the outside edge. Across the street you also see a brown area where they don’t have a fence, but kick homeless people out of regularly. There is a lot of people on the sidewalks along the edge of these boundaries. Police stop and cattle prod the homeless people regularly. In my video, you also see a tent being taken down by the cops.


(Video) Adsense scams run by Younow trolls with Youtube

What if there were trolls hired to disrupt earnings for content creators by the ad placers themselves? With an agreement that a content creator loses all ad revenue when they lose their Youtube channel, an advertiser can’t lose.

I lost my Youtube channel for about 3 weeks. In that time I earned no revenue from clicks and my Adsense account was set to zero. I discovered this when I later got my channel back. I was told that all the money that a content creator earns immediately goes back to the advertiser.

Wouldn’t it make better business sense to hold the money in some kind of trust fund to give the Youtube channel owner time to challenge the legal arguments of copyright claiming? My trolls are filing false copyright claims and Adsense takes advantage of the situation as a way to save money themselves. What a scam!