Interesting resource… 555-2638 is a good one, see below
|555-2368||Real Estate||Along Came Polly||movie|
|555-2368||Guiler residence||Close Encounters of the Third Kind||movie|
|555-2368||Who You Gonna Call?||Ghostbusters||movie|
|555-2368||Det. Sgt. Rick Hunter||Hunter||tv|
|555-2368||Hotel Phone||Jane Austen’s Mafia!||movie|
|555-2368||Motel Room phone||Memento||movie|
|555-2368||The Jarretts||Ordinary Peopl||movie|
|555-2368||Jaime Sommers||The Bionic Woman||tv|
|555-2368||Jim Rockford||The Rockford Files||tv|
Twitter cited freedom of speech as a basis for not turning over records about the account, @ALT_uscis. The account is claimed to be the work of at least one federal immigration employee, according to the lawsuit filed in San Francisco federal court.
The acronym U.S. CIS refers to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, and the account describes itself as “immigration resistance.” Trump has vowed to build a wall along the U.S. border with Mexico and has promised to deport millions of illegal immigrants.
Back in 2013, President Obama set a “red line” against the use of chemical weapons by Syrian President Bashar Assad. The regime proceeded to use the weapons to kill 1,400 civilians, but Obama did not attack — a move Trump and other Republicans widely criticized as making America look weak.
In the wake of that episode, Assad agreed to turn over his stockpile of chemical weapons. This week’s chemical attack clearly violated that pledge. Trump called the attack — which killed at least 86 people, 27 of them children — “a disgrace to humanity” and “truly one of the egregious crimes.”
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