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There is a law in ohio that states if you have more than one thing on your record you can not get anything removed i feel that this is very unfair.
If you are not a career criminal meaning that you have not committed more than 3 felony five or less crimes you should be able to get at least on thing took off your record. this excludes rapist murders and those that make a living out of committing crimes.
This law makes it that much harder for people to get good jobs. There are some people that has made honest mistakes and will pay for them the rest of their lives because they cant get it off their records and start over. I also feel that this should be a one time fix for those that qualify.
A "Rede Record de Televisão" tem tratado os fans do seriado "Xena: A Princesa Guerreira" sem nenhuma concideração. Viemos aqui pedir que essa situação mude.
1. O Seriado sofre cortes enormes e tem epsódios que são simplismente "excluidos" pela emissora.
2. O seriado não tem a sequencia de seus epsódios respeitada. Frequentemente ocorre de não seguirem a ordem e "pularem" vários epsódios.
3. O excesso de cortes em certos epsódios chega a ser rídiculo! Enquanto a emissora exibe cenas de violencia para crianças em "Pica-Pau", cortam simples cenas em "Xena: A Princesa Guerreira" sem nenhum remorso. um epsódio de 45min é exibido com apenas 20 ou 30min.
4. O seriado está aparentemente sem horário fixo. Hoje (18/11/2009), por razões desconhecidas, alguns estados puderam assistir a série às 17h e outros estados não. O seriado nem está constando na grade de programação exibida no site oficial da emissora! http://www.rederecord.com.br/. Uma total falta de concideração!
This week Iranians turned out in record numbers not seen since the beginning of the Iranian revolution to change their current President Mahmood Ahmadinejad.
In Chicago Illinois On June 6, 2002 my beautiful grand-daughter Jasmine Vidol Mitchell entered the hospital, little did we know she would not leave alive, Jasmine passed on June 8, 2002, from blunt head tramua associated with "Shaken Baby Syndrome".
Jasmine's death was caused by her state licensed day care provider Versie Elaine Ramirez-Carr. We have recently learned this woman was released from prison, after being sentenced to Fifteen years. Correct me if I am wrong but this is 2007 she has not even served 1/2 of her time. As far as my family was concerned 15 years was not an appropriate sentence for taking the life of a child, rapists get more time than that.
We need help, as far as we know she is still licensed to care for children in the state of Illinois. At the time she was approved for the license she had a police record for gun charges, drug charges and was in violation of her probation. Has she never been granted a license in the first place, Jasmine would still be with us. I have provided her information below. If there is anyone out there who can help us start Jasmine Mitchell's Law please let us know. The main purpose of this law is to make sure candidates for child care provider licenses are carefully screened and follow-up screenings are provided to ensure no other family has to suffer the pain and injustice our family has.
We need someone to help our family since the justice system did not. To make matters worse my daughter's civil rights were violated, she signed up to be informed when Versie's parole hearing was due, needless to say the state failed yet again and she was not informed. The only way we had knowledge of this woman's release was by accident. My oldest daughter is attending college online and she was doing a story on capital punishment and decided to write her paper on Jasmine, to our shock and dismay we discovered this child killer had been released.
We, call on the U.S. Senate and House of Representative to pass a comprehensive Federal Law that would protect children from Child Abuse of any kind and would put more restrictive measures on those agencies whose job it is to protect children.
Listen to your local or national radio, BBC or commercial. The likelihood is
that any music you hear will only be those bands which have been signed
to the big commercial labels who indirectly control many of the playlists.
If you ask local radio DJ's why they aren't playing music from the local
bands who are packing out the music venues in your area, the reason
they give is that they have no freedom to choose the music they play.
Big industry buys control of playlists.
Even the BBC marginalise independent
music to late night slots and Radio 6. Local BBC radio doesn't even attempt
to play local music.
This means that the really great bands you want to hear might never get
a break or reach a wider audience.
Barry Bonds, unfortunately, looks like he will most likely break Hank Aarons all time homerun record in the next month or two. This is probably the most sacred record in all of baseball and it is set to be broken by a player who took steroids/enhancing agents.
There is overwhelming evidence out there and its quite obvious he did. Now the great passtime that is baseball will be tainted by this jackass having his name on this record. It just makes me sick just thinking about it. I call on everyone who will be at the game to boo him.
Ben Mills... X-Factor 2006....
Record Deal <3
It's been 21 years since Richard Burton passed away and his memory still 'burns as green as grass'.
Elizabeth Taylor recently referred to the fact that Richard Burton had been nominated for an Oscar a record 7 times but had never won. She mentioned that it maybe time that his contribution to the industry should be recognised. We at the Richard Burton Yahoo group agree.
If you think Richard Burton should be honour too, please sign our petition.
Umm, no history, i just really hate emo music.
Sign this and i will send it to all record companies to show everyone is united against this style of music.
We ask you to put a stop to the high prices of gas and heating oils. The oil companies are making record profits and this must stop now.
Every week the local paper published not only names but addresses and phone numbers of people including juveniles for offenses ranging from traffic tickets to divorces.
The juveniles' right to have their record sealed at age 18 is being violated by the local newspapers. Children of divorcing parents are being disgraced at school.
Public record does not need to be published it is available to those who desire to find it and that is good enough.
By the end of 2001, a record 6.6 million people were in the United States correctional system. One in every 32 adults was either in prison or on parole. Almost 4 million people were on probation at the end of 2001, up 2.8 percent over 2000. The prison population grew by 1.1 percent, the smallest annual increase in nearly three decades.
The increased number of prisoners has resulted in increased numbers of released prisoners seeking to reenter mainstream society. This is creating a major social and public policy problem in the United States. People enter prisons poorly equipped to be productive members of society and they typically leave prison in worse shape than they enter it. The problem of recidivism is partially due to this poor preparation for the world outside of prison. Ex-offenders cannot find or hold jobs and before long many renew a life of crime and are returned to jail.
Marc Mauer, assistant director of the Sentencing Project, a Washington think tank that follows criminal-justice issues, said the laws are taking jobs away from people who served time for their mistakes and have since put their lives back together.
"You have lots of felons who were convicted 20 years ago and who haven't been involved in a crime since," he said.
The vast majority of those in jail do not present a direct, violent threat to the average citizen. Many are drug addicts and dealers, and a large number are illegal aliens. Hardened, violent criminals are a minority of those incarcerated. Unfortunately, the conditions in prisons themselves and the stigma of having a criminal record often lead those incarcerated to increasing levels of anti-social behavior.
What happens to those of us that have complied with and have truely been rehabilatated? We deserve to work and take care of our families. After all, we paid our debt to society.
Da molto, troppo tempo negli scaffali dei negozi è quasi impossibile imbattersi in un cd di Giuni Russo.
Per forza di cose le vendite non possono essere esaltanti.
E, tuttavia, nei mercatini e nei negozi dell'usato i suoi vecchi lavori vanno a ruba, prova ne sia il fatto che si fatica a trovare tutto, anche gli album di maggior successo, persino quel famoso 45 giri - "Un'estate al mare" -, che nel lontano 1982 devono aver comprato anche i sassi. E questo probabilmente perché, appena questi dischi vengono messi in vendita, c'è subito qualcuno interessato a comprarli, e ciò nonostante il vinile sia un supporto ormai obsoleto, particolarmente "indigesto" soprattutto ai più giovani.
E come dimenticare, ancora, che l'album "Morirò d'amore" - nonostante l'Artista fosse da molti anni "invisibile" al grande pubblico e la promozione sia stata praticamente nulla - è risultato uno dei più venduti tra quelli dei partecipanti al Festival di Sanremo del 2003?
Un segno che l'Artista è in grado di parlare a un pubblico molto più vasto di quel ristretto gruppo di fedelissimi che ha continuato a seguirla anche negli anni più bui.
Da queste considerazioni nasce la decisione di promuovere questa raccolta di firme.
La petizione è rivolta, innanzitutto, a SONY MUSIC, affinché si interessi alla pubblicazione di eventuale materiale inedito di Giuni Russo e alla ristampa su CD, possibilmente con una adeguata rimasterizzazione e con una veste grafica fedele a quella originale, dei seguenti album di Giuni Russo:
- "Love is a woman" (1975)
- "A casa di Ida Rubinstein" (1988)
- "Se fossi più simpatica sarei meno antipatica" (1994).
La petizione è rivolta, poi, a WARNER MUSIC, affinchè vengano ristampati su CD, possibilmente con una adeguata rimasterizzazione e con una veste grafica fedele a quella originale, i seguenti album di Giuni Russo:
- "Energie" (1981)
- "Vox" (1983)
- "Mediterranea" (1984).
La petizione è rivolta, infine, a BIXIO CEMSA BUBBLE RECORD, affinchè vengano ristampati su CD, possibilmente con una adeguata rimasterizzazione e con una veste grafica fedele a quella originale, i seguenti album di Giuni Russo:
- "Giuni" (1986)
- "Album" (1987).
daniel belle is a hot guy that has a extreamly good voice and many people love him so why not give him a record deal?
all i want is his music!
At the Australian Idol 2 finale last night it was announced that Casey Donovan was Australian Idol for 2004. This leaves our favourite, Anthony Callea without a recording contract.
To give Ricki-Lee Coulter a record deal.
Please sign this petition if you think that Ricki-Lee should get a record deal.
Daniel Belle is a great asset to the Australian Music Industry and his early exit from Australian Idol was a bad mistake however he still deserves a record deal.
The official Sugababes website confirmed last week that the next Sugababes single will be Caught in a moment from Three. Lots of fans are very dissapointed by this choice. It probably won't do very good in the charts too! So maybe with this petition we can convince the record company not to bring out this track, but release an other track or make a double-A-side with for instance Whatever makes you happy.
We want Sam 2 get a record deal we miss him so much so plz take alook at how many fans he has.......
My sister and I live in Devon and we've tried for the last 4 or so years to meet westlife or to go to a signing. However as we live virtually 200 miles away from any major city they sign or play concerts at, we have to usually pay £200+ on travel costs alone. We understand that they only sign at megastores in big cities like London and Birmingham but you are missing out on the southern fans by not coming to the Westcountry. This isn't just Devon and Cornwall this is anywhere past Reading. Anywhere past Reading is in the sticks, we are basically left out!!!
It's getting to the point where we are losing faith in the band and thinking that all you want us for is our money. We don't want to feel like this but after seeing how many fans down south are losing out we think we should be given a chance to see our idols too. After contacting many of the major record stores asking why they don't have them in the Westcountry, they then always throw it back saying it's the record companies choice where they go. So are these record companies really looking after us so called fans?
At the end of the day without us fans Westlife would not be famous and I think Westlife and Louis Walsh should think about this.
LEVI is an australian idol finalist but unfortunatly he got voted off, but i believe that Levi should get a record deal, personally if Levi won i would of bought his album in a second so we need every fan of Levi to sign this petition and make Levi's dreams come true- TO BE FAMOUS!!
If you've been watchin aus idol like me and r mad bout levi then sign this petition and tell all ur friends coz levis a star!!!! plz sign this!!! 4 a good cause!!!
This is a petition to get Westlife back to South Africa. It is on behalf of all S. African fans who want the chance to see their idols perform live.
Give Rob "Millsy" Mills a Record Deal now!!
His eye liner was great, His body is fantastic but Australians let him fall. If you want our hero Millsy back Sign NOW!
We want Millsy to get a record deal!!!
This petition is trying to get Paulini Curuenavuli, recently eliminated Australian Idol contestant, the record deal she deserves.
Sign this petition if you think Rebekah should get a record deal!!
He wooed us with Maria, Maria... He wowed us with Rock Your Body... He whipped us into a frenzy with Every Little Step...!
The day Levi was voted off Australian Idol was a sad day for Australia. Let's rectify this grave injustice! Let's get the guy the record deal he deserves - and we WANT !
The RIAA, or the Record Industry Association of America controls a good portion of the record industry. Over the years, they are pushing for laws that would prevent them from downloading anything "Copyrighted". This is a problem because the ways they pursue their goals are unconstitutional, and unfair. Ever since the AHRA was enacted, every CD-R has a hidden tax added into the price, approx 2% of the manufacturers sales. This is supposed to go to the artists, but instead, the tax goes to the RIAA. The worst part of it is not one artist that was paid a cent of the money. 4% is set aside for non-featured artists, of the remainder 40% for the featured artist and 60% for the labels. To date not one artist who has received one cent of this money. (Source: RIAA website. Every CD recorder also has a $2.00 surcharge added onto the price, of which goes directly to the RIAA. This all jacks up prices at retail stores, which is a problem because not everybody wants to pay $15 - $20 for a CD. The NRAA also pushes for acts and laws to prevent people from downloading MP3 files, or anything free. They recently sued college students, and wanted them jailed for downloading MP3s on their computer. THEY ARE JUST TEENAGERS! Why not go after Nintendo for putting Sonic the Hedgehog on the Gamecube with this logic then? Here are some examples of what they want:
(1.) Hacking into the computer (which is also ILLEGAL), and knocking you off line if they find you downloading MP3s, and disable your system (2.) Using software that would go into a computer, and deletes the MP3s (3.) Suing the individual school students, or college students (4.) Pushing for laws that would make all computers be installed with spy-ware that would prevent people from downloading MP3s, or other files.
This is a clear violation of our 1st and 4th amendment rights. These laws would also be a heavy violation of the 4th amendment, which states " We the undersigned feel that we should be able, under certain guidelines, be able do download files freely. Ideas ranging from sites that only have MP3s from artists who allow this practice, or a site where a ONE TIME ONLY fee would be paid, and the persons would have access to all the files he/she wanted, and the best thing would be that the money would go directly to the artists themselves. We also feel that the artists who produce the music should get most of the money, and not the recording industries. With new cheaper, yet better quality technology, the artists of music would be able to produce their music & music videos, and release them on the web without having to loose money to the greedy recording industries. To conclude, we feel that the RIAA goes too far, and hurts themselves more than people who share MP3s on the net. We might need some regulating on the MP3 scene, but lobbying unconstitutional laws by big, corrupt industries, and arresting the people who can't possibly pay up charges is the wrong way to go. Please listen to our plea, and do something about the RIAA today before our constitutional rights and freedoms are trampled on by greed and power.
Started on the 26th of February 2003, the "Sign to Have Mary Signed!" Campaign is an absurd act of self-indulgence in which the author, frustrated by her inability to record & press a five-song mini-album due to harrowing student poverty, somehow got the bright(?) idea of creating an online petition in which friends and foes could voice their desire to see Mary Bichner adopted by an established independent music label, so that they might purchase the resulting mini-album such a partnership would yield.
Most likely the campaign shall prove to be superfluous, as the A&R agents at Matador Records certainly have far better things to do with their time than pay attention to a crazy little redheaded synesthete and her pathetic stabs at generating creative publicity, but reason and logical thinking have never stopped Mary from doing anything ridiculous before. Thank you.