Boys and Girls Ultimate: State Championships
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I found this project to be extremely fun and interesting. I liked feeling like I was actually going through the movements knowing that these were the actual steps to receiving a firearm license. I liked feeling like I was apart of our larger working system as a people.
¡Hola! ¿Qué mas? ¿Como te llama? Soy quince años. ¿Quanto és? ¿Qué tiempo hace hoy el Maracaibo? El filadelfia Mucho Frio. Tambien correr me encanta. Tambien cocinar me facina y me gusta leer. ¿Y tú? No, no me gusta bailar. Ne me gusta cantar y no me gusta escucher escuela ¿Y a ti? ¿Qué te interesa? ¡Soy comico y soy bobo y soy el Boxing! ¿Y tú? ¿Cómo eres? Bueno, me voy porque tengo que domir. ¡Adios!
Con carino, Kaboni Bailey
Donna and I worked on the process of registering and titling a vehicle when you come from in state and out of state. In and out of state makes a difference because there are a few extra steps you need to take with your license when you come from out of state. Also, based on how personal you want your car (personalized plates to be specific) there are even more forms you are responsible for. Really the easiest path is to buy a new car from a dealer with normal plates.
The paperwork was really easy to fill out, the hardest part was figuring out the actual process in which I had to fill out paperwork. Also I had to decide how personal I wanted my car to be before I started filling things out. Honestly, the only thing I would change is to put all the paperwork online and as you answered yes or no to specific questions you would have the necessary forms made available to you.
I think the system is so complicated because, specifically for cars coming out of state or from a person rather than a dealer the government needs to know everything is legit. The government needs to insure that people aren’t being cheated or having things stolen from them without their knowledge.
The paperwork, in itself, was very self explanatory. There were a few things that I needed to clarify with Lauf and the website, but for the most part, it was very easy and simple. It wasn't long or anything and the font was legible. I was very happy with the simple process of paperwork.
The fact that we need so many different pieces of "evidence" that we're a citizen and a resident of the address that we place on the paper is something that I would change. I understand that it's needed, but it's a hassle to get every little piece of paper that most people have stored away in hard to get places for the mere fact that they don't get misplaced. But in all, I do understand that it's needed and necessary.
I feel as though the systems have become so complicated because we have so many problems with identity theft and such. They're just being careful to make sure that the person is the person they claim to be. It's very important. Just like the citizenship and residential papers, it's very important that the government systems know for a fact that these people are who they say they are.
Overall, this project was fairly interesting and easy. I enjoyed working with Ayanna as she's very helpful. I wouldn't mind doing a project like this again. This project helped me to better understand the way to transfer your license from one state to another and the way a car is registered and titled.
Argument Date: November 29, 2011
Weather the two-year time limit for bringing a lawsuit under section 16(b) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 is fined when the defendant has failed to comply with the disclosure requirements of Section 16(a). The constitutional issue is that does the 2 year limit in Section 16(b) of the 1934 Securities Exchange Act to file certain insider trading claims begin if the insider has not done what he is supposed to do under Section 16(a)?
Credit Suisse Securities is a company based out of Zurich, Switzerland. Their a bank that provides company loan for a wide range of clients. Vanessa Simmonds was an investor who owned tech stocks underwritten by Credit Suisse and several other investment banks. Simmonds alleges that the underwriter for the IPO's were in violation of insider trading laws by manipulating stock prices with short-swing transactions. IPO stands for Initial Public Offerings which is the first sale of stock from a private company to the general public.
According to what has happened during the case argument, the court does not agree with either side of the argument. Most of the articles I've read reporting out on what happened during the argument are saying that when a decision is made it will most likely not side with wither party but instead find a middle ground in which no one's argument is fully supported. But it might also lead to systems put into place to prevent this from happening in the future once again.
The task that Brooke and I decided to take on was the steps to obtaining a green card. The process a person has to undergo in order to obtain a green card can be a very simple process if the person follows each step correctly. Depending on the status of an immigrant the process varies from a one to two step process. MOST of the paper work was straightforward but some parts required us to really do some research to find out what each part of the application really meant. IF I were to be applying for a green card in reality, the paper work would be simple yet paying for the applications to go through would be hard. This process in total I would say costs over a thousand dollars which could be hard for immigrants to afford being as though it's a possibility they're coming into the United States for better opportunities. As far as my flowchart goes, I would have been more detailed with the flowchart. The process isn't long but I would want to map out some of the questions that would be asked on the paper. I was reading on how simple it was to get green cards before or just enter the United States period. But now I feel like they stepped it up a notch with the process because so many people are trying to become a U.S citizen that it can soon lead to over population of our country.