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Old Yesterday, 03:18 PM
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A local company videoed some of the utter destruction still occurring in connection with the Carlton/Pateros/Brewster forest fire in North Central Washington state.

Carlton Pateros Brewster Fire Devastation 2014 (4 min 25 sec)


Most of the major national networks have rebroadcast the footage.

Interestingly, a local station who also showed the footage described it as being taken by an "unmanned aerial vehicle," rather than a drone.
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Old Yesterday, 03:33 PM
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Since you are into law and IT, you should create a massive searchable database for case law and charge $5/minute. lol I'll help.
lol. Those services already exist, called LexisNexis, Westlaw, and Casemaker. The first two are way too expensive for me to ever afford a subscription to unless I worked for a law firm that subscribed to them, and Casemaker is provided with a bar association membership, which just isn't worth continuing to pay for if I'm not actively practicing law. Google Scholar also has legal cases, but it's much more limited than any of the others in what it can do, and isn't very useful unless you already know the names of all the cases you're searching for.
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Old Yesterday, 03:49 PM
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nicely done. Thank You.

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There. Just submitted my 16-page rebuttal to the FAA's interpretation.
How would I describe it? The pièce de résistance.

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lol. Those services already exist, called LexisNexis, Westlaw, and Casemaker. The first two are way too expensive for me to ever afford a subscription to unless I worked for a law firm that subscribed to them, and Casemaker is provided with a bar association membership, which just isn't worth continuing to pay for if I'm not actively practicing law. Google Scholar also has legal cases, but it's much more limited than any of the others in what it can do, and isn't very useful unless you already know the names of all the cases you're searching for.
He he - I am part of the Westlaw Team :-) which is pretty much the standard :-)
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