Kent - United Kingdom

As of the 2001 UK census, Kent, including Medway, had 1,579,206 residents and 646,308 households, of which 1,329,718 residents and 546,742 households were within the administrative boundaries. Of those households, 48.9% were married couples living together, 9.0% were co-habiting couples and 8.7% were lone parents; 28.0% of households consisted of individuals, 14.6% had someone of pensionable age living alone, and 30.4% included children aged under 16 or a person aged 16 to 18 who was in full-time education. For every 100 females, there were 93.9 males.The ethnicity of the Kent was 96.5% White

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sisterzeal :

If you believe that the court system is not corrupt, I hope you never have to face it in a major way. The truths that Kent puts out is in the bible the evidence is out there for anybody to look at, it doesn't take Kent Hovind for a person to find the truth. Kent Hovind is in prison because the government wanted to get him, the IRS especially. He would not register for the federal tax exemption afforded to churches and ministries, because ultimately that gives the government a say in what the church or ministry can or can't do, which was unconsiousable to Kent. There are charges that are flat fabrications, the prosecution did not follow the rules of proceedure and evidence, there were flat lies that were told and produced. Now mysteriously when he wants to appeal these errors in law the govt made, he can't do it because they are dragging their feet in an outlandish way to get the transcripts for the appeal. This Judge that did this to Kent does not want this case appealled, she knows it will be overturned on appeal. And there is collusion going on to prevent the transcripts from being completed. If that's the Atheists only best weapon against Kent Hovind, and his message, (that he can be falsely accused and thrown in prison by a biased court) then they haven't got much of an argument against him. There is information on this injustice to be found and a petition in his favor if you care to view it.

Prirate AM™ :
"I don't, thank you. Do you know that his wed site is feeding you wrong information?"
Moo :
"Don't pay taxes , then blame atheists when the IRS finds you. Why didn't Al Capone think of that?"
sirimore :
"You're funny. I almost thought that you were that screwed up to believe all of that stuff you just typed. Good joke!"
prairiecrow :
"Wait a minute... he's in prison in England, isn't he? I very much doubt that the British income tax service is in bed with the IRS."
got_air :
"Come now, if you are honest with your taxes the IRS does not put you in jail. Especially when you have money to defend yourself against the charges. Sorry but I'm not buying it."
Eiliat :
"Um, he evaded his taxes. That's a crime. His other lies, while idiotic and bad for the country, are protected by the first amendment. He's in jail for his tax evasion."
Soulful Kris :
"There are no Atheists in prison, and everyone in there is innocent."
secretsauce :
">"If that's the Atheists only best weapon against Kent Hovind, and his message, (that he can be falsely accused and thrown in prison by a biased court) then they haven't got much of an argument against him." Regardless of whether you feel Hovind was prosecuted incorrectly by the federal government ... don't try to pin this on "atheists." It is virtually *impossible* for an atheist to run for political office in this country (recent polls show that a Americans are far more likely to elect a black man, a woman, even a gay person as President before they would even consider an atheist. There are *FAR* more religious conservatives in office than atheists. So any belief that atheists are somehow pulling enough strings in the Federal Government to start prosecuting religious fundamentalists is beyond absurd ... it is downright paranoid. It's not the "atheists" that prosecuted Kent Hovind ... it was the IRS. It doesn't matter what your faith or political agenda is ... you do NOT cross the IRS."
Don Printninja AM (east coast) :
"The reason religions are given tax exempt status is because our government is secular. If churches paid taxes, they would be entitled to participate in how tax dollars are spent - including making legislation (laws) - which would be unconstitutional. You have heard of the separation of Church and State, haven't you? That little document called the CONSTITUTION??? By granting tax exemption to a church (which is essentially a privilege) , the government is saying, "we won't take your money, but you can't participate in making laws." That's it. The government doesn't tell the Church what it can or can't do within it's own boundaries. The IRS doesn't "get" people who don't pay their taxes, and they don't make this crap up. People have to screw up in a big way to go to prison for tax evasion. I've been in business twenty years, and I've never had a problem with the IRS. There are rules. If you make mistakes, you get fined. You pay what you're supposed to, and you have no problems. If you evade, you get prosecuted. And FYI, atheists didn't "throw" Hovind into prison. Sorry, but we just don't have that sort of power. The imbecile set this fall up all by himself, and apparently he hired people even dumber than you to defend him. (PS - truth is "preached", facts are self-evident. If Hovind's crapola had any merit at all, he wouldn't need to "preach" it.) Try a remedial English class dear before you ask anymore questions."
Tic0 :

I currently have Jeff Kent and Ian Kinsler i am looking to get rid of Jeff Kent possibly for someone like Howie Kendrick should I propose the trade or just wait it out, and stay with Kent to see what develops throughout the season? Please advise.

j0nnyg :
"Ian Kinsler is going to be a stud. Get rid of Kent as his career is down the drain. Get whatever you can get for him. Howie Kendrick is a guess this year, but I would take him for Kent. I don't know why you would even draft Kent. Do the trade now before your opponent realizes how much of a bum Kent is."
That One Guy :
"Kent is too much of an injury risk now, and Kendrick is a potential batting champ in the making. I can't say anything more than go for it!"
seahawksblitz8 :
"I would go ahead and propose the trade. Jeff Kent is getting old and has battled injuries the last few seasons. Kinsler is going to be a great player this season which means you really have no need for Kent. Kendrick is a prospect who may or may not help your team. You will be taking a gamble there but you might as well since Kent isn't going to give you any production. Kendrick will probably score more runs for Kent and possible hit for a higher average. Kent won't get any stolen bases either. Kendrick has already hit 1 home run and stolen 1 base this season. I would do the trade before he keeps doing well. Other players you may want to go for in free agency would be B.J. Upton who should have second base eligibility soon and also look for Akinori Iwamura who is off to a lightning start. You may want to consider these players as well if they are available. (Iwamura plays 3B so if you need a 2Bman then you might go for someone else.) Hope this helps."
brat :
"yeah propose it but if the other manager accepts he is an idiot. Also, since Kendrick is primed for a breakout year whoever drafts him usually wants him pretty bad so they are going to be attached to him."
Cindy :

A Pensacola evangelist who owns the defunct Dinosaur Adventure Land in Pensacola was arrested Thursday on 58 federal charges, including failing to pay $473,818 in employee-related taxes and making threats against investigators. Of the 58 charges, 44 were filed against Kent Hovind and his wife, Jo, for evading bank reporting requirements as they withdrew $430,500 from AmSouth Bank between July 20, 2001, and Aug. 9, 2002. Kent Hovind, who often calls himself "Dr. Dino," has been sparring with the IRS for at least 17 years on his claims that he is employed by God, receives no income, has no expenses and owns no property. In the indictment unsealed Thursday, a grand jury alleges that Kent Hovind failed to pay $473,818 in federal income, Social Security and Medicare taxes on employees at his Creation Science Evangelism/Ministry between March 31, 2001, and Jan. 31, 2004. >

edsawyer :
"Doesn't 'been found out' imply that there was ever a time when it wasn't crystal clear?"
huhwhereiami :
"It does seem to be that he has finally found out and will have to pay for his wrong doings."
pottersclay70 :
"I want my money back!!! Actually I never went to Dinosaur land, but I heard that it was a fun and neat place to go."


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