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    Question Ok i looked for about 2 hr....

    I looked for about 2 hr to find some law's about the nasty LP people in the state of Alaska. I know LP are in the state, I just cant find anything... can anyone point me the the right direction? thanks for al the help.


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    I don't know what you're talking about...

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnyrigger View Post
    I know LP are in the state, I just cant find anything... can anyone point me the the right direction? thanks for al the help.


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    Heck, hardly anybody listens to Long Play records anymore! I mean, most people switched to CD's at least two or three years back. I'm sure you could find some if you looked, though. And I don't think they are illegal. I'm pretty sure I've got a J. Giles band LP floating around somewhere, if you really need one.
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    I'm sure somebody in Alaska uses Liquid Petroleum.

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    NO...He means Liquified Petroleum. I'd be nice to those people if you live somewhere that doesn't have natural gas service.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Herknav View Post
    I'm sure somebody in Alaska uses Liquid Petroleum.
    Ahhh, I thought he meant Liquid Paper. I was going to loan him some white out!
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    Curiosity got the better of me, so I googled LP.

    On the first page, I found links to:
    The Libertarian Party
    The Official Latin Percussion website
    LP building products
    The Wikipedia entry for LP records
    and numerous references to the band Linkin Park

    Hmmm...

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnyrigger View Post
    I looked for about 2 hr to find some law's about the nasty LP people in the state of Alaska. I know LP are in the state, I just cant find anything... can anyone point me the the right direction? thanks for al the help.


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    Loss Prevention perhaps???
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    I'm not quite sure what johnnyrigger is asking, but I know in my heart of hearts that a fullsize 1911 with night sights must be the right answer. (or maybe a Glock 19)

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    ROTFLMAO......Only LP I can think of I won't post about on this site....but then again I don't know why anyone would want any of that!!!

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    Loony Party, and I think Hillary is currently leading that group of folks right now..
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    Moved Thread

    I moved this thread into Off Topic Humor since the OP does not seem to be on to respond and clarify.

    Could this be it? (below) I have no idea.

    Alaska LP's anti-curfew efforts

    (7/7/99) It is now two years since Alaskans voted against a referendum to repeal a city curfew but the local Libertarian Party has no plans to stop protesting the law. Alaskan LP members are distributing "Ban the Curfew" stickers to teenagers throughout the state. The stickers encourage teenagers to resist the curfew and all other "wrong" laws.

    The sticker art originally appeared on "Ban the Curfew" cards that were distributed to promote the referendum. The back of the cards listed, "7 Things You Can Do To Repeal The Curfew." The suggested actions included writing a letter to the editor of a newspaper, writing an Alaskan politician, and circulating the petition, which was used to get the referendum on the ballot.

    Scott Kohlhaas, who gathered most of the signatures for the referendum, continues to prod the ACLU to send out letters to cities and boroughs telling them that their curfews are unconstitutional and that they are vulnerable to a lawsuit.

    Fort Yukon, a city of 600 people, repealed their curfew after receiving a threatening letter last April from the ACLU. Kodiak and Bethel, two other Alaskan towns, plan to enter into negotiations with the ACLU as well.
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    Alaska doesnt have any Little People?
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    What an interesting thread. Lost Persons in Alaska are likely out of luck....I hope everything works out though. Best wishes,

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