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  • Epiclaughter

    The Perfect Dump
    Every once in a while everyone experiences the perfect dump. It's rare but a real thing of beauty. You sit down expecting the worse, but what you get is a smooth sliding, ****-less masterpiece that breaks the water with the splash-less grace of an Olympic high-diving champion. You use the toilet tissue to find that it was totally unnecessary. It makes you feel that all is right in the world and that you are in perfect harmony with it.

    The Beer Dump
    Nasty! Depends upon the dumper's tolerance and is the result of too many beers - doesn't matter if it was 2 or 22. What you get is a sinister, lengthy, noisy dump accompanied by an odious malevolent fog that could close the bathroom for days. Naked flames are ill advised.....

    The Chilli Dump (aka The Japanese Flag)
    Hot when it goes in and napalm when it comes out. It stays with you all day stinging yer ring and generally making your choccie starfish feel like the Shuttle's heat shield. Also makes your *** look like "a Japanese Flag."

    The Empty Roll Dump
    Relief - you've finished and reach for the tissue only to find an empty cardboard cylinder staring back at you. Panic overcomes you. You could use the curtains but then someone would ask "where are the curtains?" Use the rug? Nah, too bulky and cumbersome. You then come to the same conclusion that every "empty roll dumper" must face.....pull up yer kecks tighten yer cheeks and shuffle yourself to the nearest loo roll. Failing that you could always use your shirt-tail or one of your socks!

    The Splash Back Dump
    This one drops like a depth charge creating a column of cold water that washes your sphincter with a startlingly unpleasant shock. Now you're wet - and embarrassed if the column of water went half way up your back. Tip of the day: blot instead of wiping.

    The Childbirth Dump
    This one is just too big to go through the aperture provided by nature for this purpose. You sit there thinking over your dilemma. First it hurts, and then gets no better. You sweat violently and wonder if you'll ever see your loved ones again. You imagine the newspaper headlines screaming "Man dies trying to hatch monster loaf!" There are only three things you can do: 1. Scream 2. Call an Obstetrician 3. Hope to hell you've got some Vaseline to help you get through it.

    The Machine Gun Dump
    Best utilized in public conveniences. You sit there in sublime peace when suddenly you emit a group of noisy gassy bursts that break the tranquility like machine gun fire. The guy in the next cubicle hits the floor like a Vietnam veteran, cradling his umbrella like a M16....**** commies.

    The Sound Effect Dump
    You feel a noisy one coming on but relatives, friends or work mates are within earshot. So, you must employ some clever techniques to cover the disgusting sounds you are about to emit. Timing is of the essence. At the precise moment of release, try the following: 1. Flush the toilet 2. Drop loose change on the floor, 3. Sing the first two stanzas of your favorite opera.

    The Cling-On Dump
    You've finished but there's one **** morsel that refuses to drop. You grip the seat with both hands and wriggle. You twist and pump but the little ******* just hangs there, suspended, clinging like a canned peach between you and the water below. If only you had some scissors.......

    The Whole Roll Dump
    No matter how much you wipe, it just isn't enough. You blow the whole roll and have to flush at least a dozen times. The whole episode is consumer waste. Eventually if your toilet paper runs into minimal supply anything will do, towels, wash clothes, carpet, walls, whatever it takes.

    The Encore Dump
    Ahhh, you've done, so you wipe, dress, flush, wash hands and are about to leave the auditorium when you feel another dump coming on. You must therefore return for a curtain call. The world record is seven encores.....

    The Houdini Dump
    You go, you stand to flush and it has disappeared! Did it creep down the pipe or did you dream the whole thing? Should you flush? Oh yes as you can guarantee that if you don't, it will reappear and smile at the next person who comes in.

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  • Feed Me Please
    Scoop, Sweep, Walk-Walk. Scoop, Sweep, Walk-Walk.

    Just in case you haven't gotten it yet, I am cleaning up all of the **** you are leaving behind, Epic !

    I don't know about you, Epic, but my mother always taught me to clean up after myself, but that is okay, I am used to cleaning up after most American men, LOL!

    Stay Cool!

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  • Luma
    Hi deepbobs,

    I didn't get your email. Today I found 2 messages that I didn't recognize in the bulk mail. Both had attachments. I do not open messages with attachments. I am also pretty sure they weren't yours. I deleted them.

    You can send me a message again because the first one didn't go through, but don't include any attachment.


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  • edgrapes
    I had an appointment with I-797C approval letter today. Went alone, spent about 2 hours waiting, had no questions asked. Old GC was taken away, passport stamped. Good luck, you can relax now.

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  • monclovac
    nguyen man,

    No, it is not necessary for your spouse to go with you. I went alone and did not have any problems. In fact it might not be a good idea since when I went to local USCIS office, they were letting in only the person with the appointment. Hope that helps and good luck!

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  • nguyen man
    When you appear in person (got a leter of approval), do you need to have your spouse with you?

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  • Luma
    Hi Deepbobs,

    Send me an email to and I can tell you more details.

    About the conditional GC you should apply for another immediately. I always look for nonprofit institutions, in order to file the forms right. The form for the card is I-90. I didn't know that, but they helped me, and I didn't have any problem. I paid only $20 for their service.

    I was very insecure with all the troubles I had in my marriage. I got the first immigration attorney who wasn't good, but I learned and became more active. Then I found a very competent and supportive attorney. Just what I needed.

    I'll wait for your message.

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    Guest replied
    Hey Deep what about me???

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  • Luma
    Thank you, Pasha.

    I also want to thank all the other people who are constantly posting comments and information to help who has less knowledge about the immigration process.

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  • Pasha Patel
    Congratulations Luma...

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  • Luma

    When I came to this discussion board, I was mainly worried about the attorney I had hired. I became more proactive in my immigration issues, retained another attorney, and my case had a fast solution.

    I sent you an email as soon as my I-751 was approved. I don't know if you've got my message.

    Let me publish my timeline, as you like to be informed about that. Service Center San Francisco, CA

    02/02/2000 married
    03/10/2000 I-130, I-485, etc.
    03/20/2001 AOS approved
    Domestic violence had started before AOS, help of institutions,
    09/15/2001 Three year restraining order
    husband kept my conditional GC
    11/10/2001 I-90
    02/10/2002 received second conditional GC
    11/01/2002 retained attorney recommended
    as great to help file I-751 waiver
    12/30/2002 filed I-751 waiver
    03/10/2003 I filed for divorce,
    husband contested
    01/14/2004 USCIS sets my I-751 interview. I was informed one week before .
    Attorney had another case in another city in CA. CIS had
    scheduled both cases for the same time. Attorney decided to go with the other client, saying the person was being prepared before, etc. She said, she'd reschedule my interview. She sent a letter to USCIS requesting it. I tried to contact her calling once a month to know about the case. In July 2004 she called and said she'd place an inquiry. I kept calling to know about the inquiry result. I also sent a letter, email, and fax. She has never answered.
    11/01/2004 I made an INFOPASS appointment to know about my case.
    11/10/2004 I looked for a free immigration clinic help. Clinic attorney contacted
    bad attorney. She said she was very busy, but she was going to place a fax inquiry with CIS. She had told me this five months before.

    I was researching about immigration attorneys, trying to find one who would help me. I finally found my actual attorney, who is great and started to help me before I retained her. I think I can publish her name in case someone in the Bay Area needs a competent and supportive attorney: Sharon Dulberg. Her office is in San Francisco. She is an specialist in immigration. There aren't many in CA.

    02/24/2005 I-751 interview. I was calm and secure with my attorney. My case was approved.

    I'll be divorced in two months because I also retained a good family attorney to deal with my husband. He finally agreed to sign the divorce. It's a kind of sad story, but this is what happened with me.

    I was helped by several professionals and institutions, and I am glad to be a resident. I wish this information can help some people with I-751 waiver.

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  • Pasha Patel
    congrats Rxdot...

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  • Depo Man
    Another fraudster beats the system. It will get back to you grint in future for defrauding our country. Deportable grints can request free service to airport in depo bus; call 1-800-DEPOMAN.

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  • vito

    I am extremly thankful to u for the information. God bless u.


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