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  • theartfullodger
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    The number of people who tell you they ain't on benefits then if asked "are you getting Child Benefit" tell you yes...

    ditto CTC...

    ditto HB/LHA....

    But, important, David I think you must have missed this...
    David:

    I've seen the light, am now saved & reborn & am happy to offer you a home.

    Please pm me your details so I may supply details & arrange references/credit checks.

    PS Mountain & sea views!
    Availability end June-ish.... I look forward to hearing from you as a white male landlord:

    Cheers!

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  • boletus
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    Originally posted by David24 View Post
    But I do like this video.
    I like this one better (16.00 on)-

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pQevnlkhifc

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  • PJackson
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    If you count free prescriptions I am still on benefits. Last year I was on JSA (contributory) and then I was on NEA.

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  • theartfullodger
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    I'm on benefits! 5 of them...

    Pension, £10 Xmas bonus, winter fuel allowance, free prescriptions, 'bus pass .

    Does that me bad? Or good??

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  • PJackson
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    As someone who was on benefits for while recently I disagree.

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  • David24
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    Originally posted by PJackson View Post
    I have. It is a legal equivalent of pseudo-science.
    But I do like this video.



    In my opinion the Freemen are treated in a similar manner to people on benefits by the sheeple masses. Agree?

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  • theartfullodger
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    David:

    I've seen the light, am now saved & reborn & am happy to offer you a home.

    Please pm me your details so I may supply details & arrange references/credit checks.

    PS Mountain & sea views!

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  • jjlandlord
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    If by 'original' you mean the original entrepreneur starting his cult, then yes

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  • leaseholdanswers
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    My view of religious texts is that there used to be the original, but over the years a lot of "fan fiction" crept in. Ut became the word.

    having seen Jews Muslims and 3 years ago Buddhists fretting over getting a person buried quickly, i doubt it was the word if god.

    just someone asking wwgd or wwbd about bloating stinky corpses before we invented cold beer and fridges to store it.

    the same applies to a lot of dogma and practices that has become sacrosanct. In 2014 you shouldn't have to smell a persons bodily waste because they were told not to touch their behinds. We have anti bac and indoor plumbing and hot water instead of sand now.

    but like not taking rent, its one way of doing your business.

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  • Mrs Mug
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    Hey, don't forget the sexism.

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  • jpkeates
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    I'm done.
    This joker has tried race, religion, and politics.
    And now American libertarian toss.

    It's a troll.

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  • PJackson
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    Originally posted by David24 View Post
    Has anyone on this thread ever heard of Freeman on the Land? And if so, what is your opinion about it?
    I have. It is a legal equivalent of pseudo-science.

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  • Ericthelobster
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    OK, I'll bite.
    Originally posted by David24 View Post
    how is a single mom with 3 kids who relies on payday loans and the 99p shop to get by, how is she going to pass your scrupulous credit checks?
    Most likely that she won't; that is because whatever the reasons for her situation she is a Bad Credit Risk, and as such it is highly likely that I won't get my rent paid if I choose to take her on as a tenant.
    if your tenant is employed why the hell would you need to credit check her anyway? So even an employed tenant needs to be frisked and checked now?
    Of course, 'twas always thus. Plenty of employed people have a bad credit history, for many reasons, and if they are unable to balance their bank account and pay their rent each month, then thanks but I'll pass on them as a tenant too.
    If private landlords are going to make it so hard for someone to rent a house (employed or not) then no wonder the council is inundated!
    You're right that in effect private landlords cherry-pick the 'best' tenants, but how else could it be? If some future government decided that in future private landlords were, say, only allowed to let to benefits tenants, then I and most other landlords (or at least the white ones )would give up letting instantly. There would then be a huge reduction in the number of properties available for rent, and the councils would be even more inundated...

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  • islandgirl
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    Originally posted by David24 View Post
    Has anyone on this thread ever heard of Freeman on the Land? And if so, what is your opinion about it?

    Also, can a landlord tell me the difference between tenant in lieu and tenant in situ?
    I have heard of them and seen them in action - they are all bonkers.

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  • JK0
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    Originally posted by leaseholdanswers View Post
    Mr Singh: Aah Mr David welcome welcome, the deposit? Aah very good, very good. Here are the keys.

    David: Thanks a lot. Have you got the tenancy document for me to sign?

    Mr Singh: Oh no no no Mr David. We are friends, no no problem.....

    As to religion http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4TAtRCJIqnk
    Why am I reading Mr Singh's voice in a Chinese accent?

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