douglas is making surface contact with susan abigail tomalin: lucid douglas lee thompson say’s politics are for the poor. susan pay douglas $100,000.00 dollar’s a week until election & douglas will take the white house back. last computer use 9/24/2018. “politics are for the poor” say’s police dog, poor douglas, pontificalis domus.

legal: susan abigail tomalin

Susan_Sarandon_at_the_set_of_'American_Mirror'_cropped_and_edited

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Susan_Sarandon

lucid douglas lee thompson’s say’s politics are for the poor. the domaine is poverty stricken within any city that has a population. all cities in the 50 states, cities are poverty stricken. 9/24/2018. effecting 7.4 billion entities on earth all the way to polaris. ” susan populations are for the poor.

legal: dollars are douglas’s being embezzled. pounds are for the poor. ‎£

legal:

em·bez·zle
əmˈbezəl/
verb
past tense: embezzled; past participle: embezzled
  1. steal or misappropriate (money placed in one’s trust or belonging to the organization for which one works).
    “she had embezzled $5,600,000 in company funds”
    synonyms: misappropriate, steal, thieve, pilfer, purloin, appropriate, defraud someone of, siphon off, pocket, help oneself to;

    abstract;
    informalrob, rip off, skim, line one’s pockets with, pinch
    “he’s accused of embezzling donated funds”

legal: https://www.census.gov/popclock/ domaine

legal:

pol·i·tics
ˈpäləˌtiks/
noun
noun: politics, domaine
  1. the activities associated with the governance of a country or other area, especially the debate or conflict among individuals or parties having or hoping to achieve power.
    “the president’s relationship with Congress is vital to American politics”
    synonyms: government, affairs of state, public affairs;

    diplomacy
    “a career in politics”
    • the activities of governments concerning the political relations between countries.
      plural noun: politics
      “in the conduct of global politics, economic status must be backed by military capacity”
    • the academic study of government and the state.
      “a politics lecturer”
      synonyms: political science, civics, statecraft

      “she studies politics”
    • activities within an organization that are aimed at improving someone’s status or position and are typically considered to be devious or divisive.
      “yet another discussion of office politics and personalities”
    • a particular set of political beliefs or principles.
      “people do not buy this newspaper purely for its politics”
      synonyms: political views, political leanings, party politics

      “what are his politics?”
    • legal: domaine

      Politics – Wikipedia

      Politics is the process of making decisions that apply to members of a group. It refers to … A political system is a framework which defines acceptable political methods within a given society. The history of political thought can be traced back to …

      douglas lee thompsondouglas lee thompsonpolitics douglas,
      poor douglas, pontificalis domus, police dog, douglas lee thompson. sincerely,
      9/24/2018

susan contact douglas a duty email: dougtabq@icloud.com

legal: douglas lee thompson 12.27.1969 006.68.2480 dover-foxcroft maine 04426 new england

mali, maine, mail, douglas in “future apartment” 1500 fremont street apartment#336 downtown las vegas, nevada 89101

check or direct deposit $100,000.00 per week: payable to douglas lee thompson

subject: run

run
rən/
verb
verb: run; 3rd person present: runs; past tense: ran; gerund or present participle: running; past participle: run
  1. 1.
    move at a speed faster than a walk, never having both or all the feet on the ground at the same time.
    “the dog ran across the road”
    synonyms: sprint, race, dart, rush, dash, hasten, hurry, scurry, scamper, bolt, fly, gallop, career, charge, shoot, hurtle, speed, zoom, go like lightning, go hell-bent for leather, go like the wind, go like a bat out of hell;

    jog, trot;
    informaltear, pelt, scoot, hotfoot it, leg it, belt, zip, whip, bomb, hightail it, barrel
    “she ran across the road”
    flee, run away, run off, run for it, take flight, make off, take off, take to one’s heels, make a break for it, bolt, make one’s getaway, escape;
    informalbeat it, clear off, clear out, vamoose, skedaddle, split, leg it, scram, light out, take a powder, make tracks
    “the robbers turned and ran”
    • run as a sport or for exercise.
      “I run every morning”
    • (of an athlete or a racehorse) compete in a race.
      “she ran in the 200 meters”
      synonyms: compete, take part, participate

      “he ran in the marathon”
    • enter (a racehorse) for a race.
    • Baseball
      (of a batter or base runner) attempt to advance to the next base.
    • (of hounds) chase or hunt their quarry.
      “the hounds are running”
    • (of a boat) sail directly before the wind, especially in bad weather.
    • (of a migratory fish) go upriver from the sea in order to spawn.
  2. 2.
    move about in a hurried and hectic way.
    “I’ve spent the whole day running around after the kids”
    • have rapid recourse to (someone) for support or help.
      “don’t come running to me for a handout”
  3. 3.
    pass or cause to pass quickly or smoothly in a particular direction.
    “the rumor ran through the pack of photographers”
    synonyms: go, pass, slide, move, travel More

    “a shiver ran down my spine”
    cast, pass, skim, flick
    “he ran his eye down the list”
    • move or cause to move somewhere forcefully or with a particular result.
      “the tanker ran aground off the Aleutian Islands”
    • informal
      fail to stop at (a red traffic light).
    • North American
      navigate (rapids or a waterfall) in a boat.
    • extend or cause to extend in a particular direction.
      “cobbled streets run down to a tiny harbor”
      synonyms: extend, stretch, reach, continue

      “the road runs the length of the valley”
    • (of a quality, trait, or condition) be common or inherent in members of (a particular family), especially over several generations.
      “weight problems run in my family”
      synonyms: be common in, be inherent in

      “heart disease runs in the family”
    • pass into or reach a specified state or level.
      “inflation is running at 11 percent”
  4. 4.
    (with reference to a liquid) flow or cause to flow.
    “a small river runs into the sea at one side of the castle”
    synonyms: flow, pour, stream, gush, flood, cascade, roll, course, spill, trickle, drip, dribble, leak

    “water ran from the eaves”
    • cause water to flow over (something).
      “I ran my hands under the faucet”
    • fill (a bath) with water.
      “I’ll run you a nice hot bath”
    • be covered or streaming with (a particular liquid).
      “his face was running with sweat”
    • emit or exude a liquid.
      “she was weeping loudly, and her nose was running”
    • (of a solid substance) melt and become fluid.
      “it was so hot that the butter ran”
    • (of the sea, the tide, or a river) rise higher or flow more quickly.
      “there was still a heavy sea running”
    • (of dye or color in fabric or paper) dissolve and spread when the fabric or paper becomes wet.
      “the red dye ran when the socks were washed”
    • North American
      (of a stocking or pair of tights) develop a ravel.
  5. 5.
    (of a bus, train, ferry, or other form of transportation) make a regular journey on a particular route.
    “buses run into town every half hour”
    synonyms: travel, go

    “a bus runs to Sorrento”
    • put (a particular form of public transportation) in service.
      “the group is drawing up plans to run trains on key routes”
    • take (someone) somewhere in a car.
      “I’ll run you home”
      synonyms: drive, take, bring, ferry, chauffeur, give someone a ride/lift

      “I’ll run you home”
  6. 6.
    be in charge of; manage.
    “Andrea runs her own catering business”
    synonyms: be in charge of, manage, direct, control, head, govern, supervise, superintend, oversee; More

    operate, conduct, own
    “he runs a mail-order company”
    • (of a system, organization, or plan) operate or proceed in a particular way.
      “everything’s running according to plan”
    • organize and make available for other people.
      “we decided to run a series of seminars”
      synonyms: carry out, do, perform, execute

      “they ran some tests”
    • carry out (a test or procedure).
      “he asked the army to run tests on the anti nerve-gas pills”
    • own, maintain, and use (a vehicle).
      synonyms: maintain, keep, own, possess, have;

      drive
      “it’s expensive to run a car”
  7. 7.
    be in or cause to be in operation; function or cause to function.
    “the car runs on unleaded fuel”
    synonyms: operate, function, work, go;

    idle
    “he left the engine running”
    • move or cause to move between the spools of a recording machine.
      “I ran the tape back”
  8. 8.
    continue or be valid or operative for a particular period of time.
    “the course ran for two days”
    synonyms: be valid, last, be in effect, be operative, continue, be effective

    “the lease runs for twenty years”
    • happen or arrive at the specified time.
      “the program was running fifteen minutes late”
    • (of a play or exhibition) be staged or presented.
      “the play ran on Broadway last year”
      synonyms: be staged, be performed, be on, be mounted, be screened

      “the show ran for two years”
  9. 9.
    be a candidate in a political election.
    “he announced that he intended to run for President”
    synonyms: be a candidate for, stand for, be a contender for

    “he ran for president”
    • (especially of a political party) sponsor (a candidate) in an election.
      “they ran their first candidate for the school board”
  10. 10.
    publish or be published in a newspaper or magazine.
    “the tabloids ran the story”
    synonyms: publish, print, feature, carry, put out, release, issue

    “the paper ran the story”
    • (of a story, argument, or piece of writing) have a specified wording or contents.
      ““Tapestries slashed!” ran the dramatic headline”
  11. 11.
    bring (goods) into a country illegally and secretly; smuggle.
    “they run drugs for the cocaine cartels”
    synonyms: smuggle, traffic in, deal in

    “they run drugs”
  12. 12.
    North American
    (of an object or act) cost (someone) (a specified amount).
    “a new photocopier will run us about $1,300”
noun
noun: run; plural noun: runs; noun: the run; plural noun: the runs
  1. 1.
    an act or spell of running.
    “I usually go for a run in the morning”
    synonyms: sprint, jog, dash, gallop, trot

    “his morning run”
    • a running pace.
      “Bobby set off at a run
    • an opportunity or attempt to achieve something.
      “their absence means the Russians will have a clear run at the title”
    • a preliminary test of the efficiency of a procedure or system.
      “if you are styling your hair yourself, have a practice run”
    • an attempt to secure election to political office.
      “his run for the Republican nomination”
    • an annual mass migration of fish up a river to spawn, or their return migration afterward.
      “the annual salmon runs”
  2. 2.
    a journey accomplished or route taken by a vehicle, aircraft, or boat, especially on a regular basis.
    “the New York-Washington run”
    synonyms: route, journey;

    circuit, round, beat
    “she did the school run”

    run

    russell

    “there is rust in the sink”

    badge number 767 douglas lee thompson

    Contact CIA

    Submission Sent

    Submission Reference ID: N66RQK3Z

 

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s