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Undere: arld landscape Over thousands of years grazing animals and human woodcutters have gradually removed the Covering vegetation leaving the landscape of southern Greece The silver mines at Laurion rainwater collected for silver processing ΘΑΡΓΗΛΙΩΝ DAY 8 At Thorikos we stayed with one of dad's business friends. Dad explained that he was going to Athens because his agent there, Lyrias, had been stealing his money Our host reckoned the Athenians had enough money without taking dad's He showed us what he meant by giving us a tour of Athens' huge silver mine at Laurion. When Peri started messing about and fell into a tank, it was my turn to laugh! arid and barren slag heap slaves camp Hera After being rescued from the tank Peri ane thanks to H YTAAN guard tower The sister-wfe of t was the quardian of women, the home and children She could be cruel though partkularty Workshop towards her husband's girltriends charcoal for furnace molten ore flowing into mould furnace sorting ore bellows ventilation shaft Fire to create ventilation draft pounding ore into chippings silver bars milling chippings into powder oil lamp Oil lamps burn olive oil, one of the many uses the Greeks make of the precious olive tree that was Athene's gift to Athens dead slave Neleus washing clean ore ore drying ladder slavery In Greece, as in all ancient digging societies, slavery was regarded al Slaves were seen as out ore Pert Athenian wealth objects not people, and their Athens' great wealth was based upon trade, tribute (tax) and the profits of mining Every kind of commerce took place in Athens and its port, Piraeus while tribute forced from its so-called allies kept the city's coffers brimming. settling tank owners could do more or less rock pillar what they wanted with them paidagogos covered channel for rainwater Between the ages of 6 and 13 boys from well-off families are looked after by a slave mentor or paidagogos. This elderly and respected man guides a boy and guards him against physical and moral harm. ore removed from workface mine slave Appalling working conditions mean that mine slaves (usually prisoners of wari rarely survive more than a year or two. Consequently, they seam of Siber ore 80 metres processing silver ore below children ground breaking have to be arefully guarded in up ore case they try to rebel or escape ore is sorted by weight and colour to remove limestone ore is mined metallic ore is chippings are ground to dust washing separates dirt from heavier ore collects in settling tanks clean ore is melted in liquid silver solidifies in bars undere d pounded into chippings a charcoal furnace metal-bearing ore 15 18 19 COAL MINE MINING MACHINERY Pithead MOst of the mine is below ground, but work also takes place on the surface. The offices and workshops above ground are called the pithead nside a low tunnel two miles beneath our feet, coal miners operate machines that take great bites out of the earth's crust in order to extract coal from rock. In our briglht homes above, many of us never see the coal dug out by the miners and their machines. Nevertheless we still use it: in many homes, electricity generated by burning coal powers lightbulbs and appliances every day. People began burning coal thousands of years ago. At first they used coal that they found on the surface of the ground, but they soon began to dig pits and shafts to find coal seams rocks underground. In these early mines, miners risked their lives every day to dig out the "black diamonds" using pickaxes, shovels, and, later, explosives. Today's miners are helped by computers and giant machines, but mines are still dark, damp dirty, and dangerous places. I 14 Road-beading machine Shearer-loader The modern mine relies on machinery, not muscle power, to extract coal. The vicious-looking road-heading machine uses its spinning bit to drill out the roads to the coal face (the part of the mine where coal is actually being dug out). The shearer-loader moves across the coal face tearing through coal and rock with diamond- tipped blades attached to a rotating drum. Powered roof supports hold up the roof as the shearer-loader advances They also push forward the conveyor which carries coal away from the face layers of coal buried in the Back to nature A vast amount of work is being undertaken to restore the sites of old coal mines and retun Winding gear POwerful winches at the top of the shaft raise coal to the surface in huge buckets called skips, and lower miners down the shaft in a cage a kind of elevator. Sorting shafts them to nature In the past, mining Sundesnnns but modem pits aA ou sE Storage area In the pithead buildings are storage areas and workshops where machinery can be assembled. poutisop uxq to blend with the landscape and su uo ounur Recreation ball Showers Ventilation At the pithead the miners can eat and take a shower They have ockers to store their work clothes shaft when they go home Moving coal Coal is rarely mined where it is needed. so trains and heavy trucks Bright idea To see in the darkness of the Cleaning and grading Coal that comes out of the mine is mixed with a lot of mud and rock. Before the pit, every miner has a battery powered lamp The lamp is strapped to a helmet, so that the miners' hands are free. The Fan blades Finding coal Coal is found underground in thin vers called seams Some coal lumps of coal can be sold they must be cleaned and graded- sorted into different qualities and sizes. Tanks of water Elevator to miners recharge the batteries in the lamp room Upcast shaft Every mine has at least two shafts Stale me seams are up to 20 feet thick; but a seam as thin as six feet may still Modsup separate coal from rock: the coal floats, but the rock sinks coal face contain enough coal to make mining it worthwhile air is drawn out of the mine through the upcast shaft po un Ruao Mines use many dillerent kinds of transportation Free-steered vehicles (FSVS) are diesel- powered tractor units which also move miners and equipment Coal seam Coal on wheels At the coal face. cars pulled by a locomotive take some of the coal to skips-huge steel huckets holding as mch as 11 tons. The skips carry the coal to the sLurface ivunk road The main tunnels of the Fresh air Ventilation enables the mine are called trunk roads miners to breathe and keeps the working areas from Gate roads Walking to work The coal face may be miles from the shaft. Miners travel to many A road-heading chine cuts the rwo gate roads" at either end of the Coal face Coal scams are rarely level, so the road- heading machine often has to climb steep hills underground getting too hot. Also, without good ventilation, methane, an explosive gas, would collect in the tunnels. In the Downcast shaft Fresh air flows into the mine down the downcast shaft, to replace the stale air sucked out by the fans in the upcast shaft. Vertical track for elevator Ventilation door Doors control the flow of fresh air around the mine. Opening a sliding panel in the door increases the air flow. Doors are in sets of three, so that there are always two doors shut and air cannot escape altogether parts of the mine on trains. In other areas, past, mine explosions were a common occurence they walk to work. Air crossing The flow of air through the roads of the mine is very important, and where roads cross they sometimes snake over each other so that fresh and stale air do not mix All aboard! Trains move people and equipment in many parts of the mine. They are hauled by electric or diesel locomotives A real support Steed planes pport the mo e cl has Armored flexible conveyor From the shCAr uder, coal dops onto the armored Blexle conveyur (AFPCE The &an endles beh of coupled steel sections which are kept moving Skip Coal is loaded onto skips and winched to the surface. In drift mines skips are not used. Instead the coal travels to the surface on a conveyor, up a drift- a sloping tunnel. Shear power beart of e Trunk comveyor Coal fro the gate Bunker Gate belt conveyor Coal the APC i r Water jets Dust is a constant hazard couds .of it can aceap aosasu p Coal waiting ro be loaded is stored temporarily in underground bunkers which hold up to 60 skiploads Other bunkers designed to hold coal underground in case of a conveyor breakdown, have a much larger capacity of up to 1,100 tons explode. and miners in the past saffered from ong disecases as a resuit of mhaling oth he n th t oded ceo a e thel wunro coeyor wbac a alon the gate wad to the nearst runik d the cal whenever it is cut ar moved around ms r os pea Aads sot en uw sp dssy of snp T I love these type of comparisons...
Undere: arld landscape
 Over thousands of years grazing
 animals and human woodcutters
 have gradually removed the
 Covering vegetation leaving the
 landscape of southern Greece
 The silver mines at Laurion
 rainwater collected
 for silver processing
 ΘΑΡΓΗΛΙΩΝ
 DAY 8
 At Thorikos we stayed with one of dad's business friends. Dad explained that he was
 going to Athens because his agent there, Lyrias, had been stealing his money
 Our host reckoned the Athenians had enough money without taking dad's
 He showed us what he meant by giving us a tour of Athens' huge silver
 mine at Laurion. When Peri started messing about and fell into
 a tank, it was my turn to laugh!
 arid and barren
 slag heap
 slaves camp
 Hera
 After being rescued from the tank Peri
 ane thanks to H
 YTAAN
 guard tower
 The sister-wfe
 of t
 was the quardian of women, the
 home and children She could
 be cruel though partkularty
 Workshop
 towards her husband's
 girltriends
 charcoal for furnace
 molten ore
 flowing into
 mould
 furnace
 sorting ore
 bellows
 ventilation shaft
 Fire to create
 ventilation
 draft
 pounding ore
 into chippings
 silver
 bars
 milling chippings
 into powder
 oil lamp
 Oil lamps burn olive oil, one of
 the many uses the Greeks make
 of the precious olive tree that
 was Athene's gift to Athens
 dead
 slave
 Neleus
 washing
 clean ore
 ore
 drying
 ladder
 slavery
 In Greece, as in all ancient
 digging
 societies, slavery was regarded
 al Slaves were seen as
 out ore
 Pert
 Athenian wealth
 objects not people, and their
 Athens' great wealth was based upon
 trade, tribute (tax) and the profits of
 mining Every kind of commerce took
 place in Athens and its port, Piraeus
 while tribute forced from its so-called
 allies kept the city's coffers brimming.
 settling tank
 owners could do more or less
 rock pillar
 what they wanted with them
 paidagogos
 covered
 channel for
 rainwater
 Between the ages of 6 and 13 boys from well-off families
 are looked after by a slave mentor or paidagogos. This
 elderly and respected man guides a boy and guards him
 against physical and moral harm.
 ore removed
 from workface
 mine slave
 Appalling working conditions mean
 that mine slaves (usually prisoners
 of wari rarely survive more than a
 year or two. Consequently, they
 seam of
 Siber ore
 80 metres
 processing silver ore
 below
 children
 ground
 breaking
 have to be
 arefully guarded in
 up ore
 case they try to rebel or escape
 ore is sorted by
 weight and colour
 to remove limestone
 ore is mined
 metallic ore is
 chippings are
 ground to dust
 washing separates
 dirt from heavier
 ore collects in
 settling tanks
 clean ore is melted in
 liquid silver
 solidifies in bars
 undere d
 pounded into
 chippings
 a charcoal furnace
 metal-bearing ore
 15
 18
 19
 COAL
 MINE
 MINING MACHINERY
 Pithead
 MOst of the mine is
 below ground, but work
 also takes place on the
 surface. The offices and
 workshops above ground
 are called the pithead
 nside a low tunnel two miles beneath our feet, coal miners operate
 machines that take great bites out of the earth's crust in order to
 extract coal from rock. In our briglht homes above, many of us never
 see the coal dug out by the miners and their machines. Nevertheless
 we still use it: in many homes, electricity generated by burning coal
 powers lightbulbs and appliances every day.
 People began burning coal thousands of years ago. At first they used
 coal that they found on the surface of the ground, but they soon began
 to dig pits and shafts to find coal seams
 rocks underground. In these early mines, miners risked their lives every
 day to dig out the "black diamonds" using pickaxes, shovels, and, later,
 explosives. Today's miners are helped by computers
 and giant machines, but mines are still dark, damp
 dirty, and dangerous places.
 I
 14
 Road-beading machine
 Shearer-loader
 The modern mine relies on machinery, not muscle power, to
 extract coal. The vicious-looking road-heading machine
 uses its spinning bit to drill out the roads to the coal face
 (the part of the mine where coal is actually being dug out).
 The shearer-loader moves across the coal face
 tearing through coal and rock with diamond-
 tipped blades attached to a rotating drum.
 Powered roof supports hold up the
 roof as the shearer-loader advances
 They also push forward the conveyor
 which carries coal away from the face
 layers of coal buried in the
 Back to nature
 A vast amount of work
 is being undertaken to
 restore the sites of old
 coal mines and retun
 Winding gear
 POwerful winches at the top of the shaft raise
 coal to the surface in huge buckets called
 skips, and lower miners down the shaft in a
 cage a kind of elevator.
 Sorting shafts
 them to nature
 In the past, mining
 Sundesnnns
 but modem pits
 aA ou sE
 Storage area
 In the pithead buildings are storage
 areas and workshops where
 machinery can be assembled.
 poutisop uxq
 to blend with the
 landscape and
 su uo ounur
 Recreation ball
 Showers
 Ventilation
 At the pithead the miners can eat
 and take a shower They have
 ockers to store their work clothes
 shaft
 when they go home
 Moving coal
 Coal is rarely mined where it is
 needed. so trains and heavy trucks
 Bright idea
 To see in the darkness of the
 Cleaning and grading
 Coal that comes out of the
 mine is mixed with a lot of
 mud and rock. Before the
 pit, every miner has a battery
 powered lamp The lamp is
 strapped to a helmet, so that
 the miners' hands are free. The
 Fan blades
 Finding coal
 Coal is found underground in thin
 vers called seams Some coal
 lumps of coal can be sold they
 must be cleaned and graded-
 sorted into different qualities
 and sizes. Tanks of water
 Elevator to
 miners recharge the batteries in
 the lamp room
 Upcast shaft
 Every mine has at
 least two shafts Stale
 me
 seams are up to 20 feet thick; but
 a seam as thin as six feet may still
 Modsup
 separate coal from rock: the
 coal floats, but the rock sinks
 coal face
 contain enough coal to make
 mining it worthwhile
 air is drawn out of
 the mine through
 the upcast shaft
 po un Ruao
 Mines use many dillerent
 kinds of transportation
 Free-steered vehicles
 (FSVS) are diesel-
 powered tractor units
 which also move
 miners and equipment
 Coal seam
 Coal on wheels
 At the coal face. cars
 pulled by a locomotive
 take some of the coal to
 skips-huge steel huckets
 holding as mch as 11
 tons. The skips carry the
 coal to the sLurface
 ivunk road
 The main
 tunnels of the
 Fresh air
 Ventilation enables the
 mine are called
 trunk roads
 miners to breathe and keeps
 the working areas from
 Gate roads
 Walking to work
 The coal face may be
 miles from the shaft.
 Miners travel to many
 A road-heading
 chine cuts the rwo
 gate roads" at either
 end of the Coal face
 Coal scams are rarely
 level, so the road-
 heading machine often
 has to climb steep hills
 underground
 getting too hot. Also, without
 good ventilation, methane,
 an explosive gas, would
 collect in the tunnels. In the
 Downcast shaft
 Fresh air flows into the
 mine down the downcast
 shaft, to replace the stale
 air sucked out by the fans
 in the upcast shaft.
 Vertical
 track for
 elevator
 Ventilation door
 Doors control the flow of fresh air around the mine.
 Opening a sliding panel in the door increases the air
 flow. Doors are in sets of three, so that there are always
 two doors shut and air cannot escape altogether
 parts of the mine on
 trains. In other areas,
 past, mine explosions were
 a common occurence
 they walk to work.
 Air crossing
 The flow of air through the roads
 of the mine is very important, and
 where roads cross they sometimes
 snake over each other so that fresh
 and stale air do not mix
 All aboard!
 Trains move people
 and equipment in
 many parts of the
 mine. They are
 hauled by
 electric or
 diesel
 locomotives
 A real support
 Steed planes
 pport the mo
 e cl has
 Armored
 flexible conveyor
 From the shCAr
 uder, coal dops onto
 the armored Blexle
 conveyur (AFPCE The
 &an endles beh of
 coupled steel sections
 which are kept moving
 Skip
 Coal is loaded onto skips and winched to the surface. In
 drift mines skips are not used. Instead the coal travels to
 the surface on a conveyor, up a drift- a sloping tunnel.
 Shear power
 beart of e
 Trunk comveyor
 Coal fro the gate
 Bunker
 Gate belt conveyor
 Coal the APC i
 r
 Water jets
 Dust is a constant hazard couds .of it can
 aceap aosasu p
 Coal waiting ro be loaded is stored temporarily in
 underground bunkers which hold up to 60 skiploads
 Other bunkers designed to hold coal underground in
 case of a conveyor breakdown, have a much larger
 capacity of up to 1,100 tons
 explode. and miners in the past saffered
 from ong disecases as a resuit of mhaling
 oth he n th t
 oded ceo a e thel
 wunro
 coeyor wbac
 a alon the gate wad to
 the nearst runik d
 the cal whenever it is cut ar moved around
 ms r os pea
 Aads sot en uw sp dssy of snp
 T
I love these type of comparisons...

I love these type of comparisons...

Undere: I was a child prostitute when I was 6/7 years old, trafficked by someone that looked after me- and my mother knew about it. She used to laugh at me because she would find me in the bathroom, bleeding on the ground, trying and failing to treat my injuries with the first aid kit we kept under the sink. Once when she was standing there laughing at me she actually asked me if I liked being a whore. I think up until that moment I had managed to convince myself that she just didn't really understand what was happening to me, but no. lt was like she wished I would die The hatred she had for me (and probably still has, although I'm NC now) was all consuming. I grew up feeling like I didn't deserve to live. Some days I can barely convince myself that I am worth the air I breathe and it's her voice inside of my head that tells me I will never have any value. More than any other epithet she threw at me, it was the word worthless that hurt the most, that stayed with me the longest, and that I still find myself struggling against even as I perform the mundane rituals of life like grocery shopping or cleaning my bathroonm It's a really terrible thing, to grow up with a parent that hates you so much that they enjoy watching you suffer. And it's this more than anything that I wish I could make people understand - that she never loved me. That her whole orientation towards my life was one of resentment and control. That she didn't make mistakes, or lose her temper, or fail at being a parent unknowingly - but that she was carefully cruel and manipulative and intended everything to hurt just as much as it did OP's mother laughs and calls OP a whore while OP becomes a trafficked child prostitute and bleeds out on the bathroom floor.
Undere: I was a child prostitute when I was 6/7 years old, trafficked by someone that
 looked after me- and my mother knew about it. She used to laugh at me
 because she would find me in the bathroom, bleeding on the ground, trying and
 failing to treat my injuries with the first aid kit we kept under the sink. Once
 when she was standing there laughing at me she actually asked me if I liked
 being a whore. I think up until that moment I had managed to convince myself
 that she just didn't really understand what was happening to me, but no. lt was
 like she wished I would die
 The hatred she had for me (and probably still has, although I'm NC now) was
 all consuming. I grew up feeling like I didn't deserve to live. Some days I can
 barely convince myself that I am worth the air I breathe and it's her voice inside
 of my head that tells me I will never have any value. More than any other
 epithet she threw at me, it was the word worthless that hurt the most, that
 stayed with me the longest, and that I still find myself struggling against even
 as I perform the mundane rituals of life like grocery shopping or cleaning my
 bathroonm
 It's a really terrible thing, to grow up with a parent that hates you so much that
 they enjoy watching you suffer. And it's this more than anything that I wish I
 could make people understand - that she never loved me. That her whole
 orientation towards my life was one of resentment and control. That she didn't
 make mistakes, or lose her temper, or fail at being a parent unknowingly - but
 that she was carefully cruel and manipulative and intended everything to hurt
 just as much as it did
OP's mother laughs and calls OP a whore while OP becomes a trafficked child prostitute and bleeds out on the bathroom floor.

OP's mother laughs and calls OP a whore while OP becomes a trafficked child prostitute and bleeds out on the bathroom floor.

Undere: Assembly Bill No. 2189 CHAPTER 862 An act to add Section 1936.5 to the Civil Code, and to amend Sections 12801 and 14608 of, and to add Section 12801.6 to, the Vehicle Code, relating to vehicles Approved by Governor September 30, 2012. Filed with Secretary of State September 30, 2012. 1 LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL'S DIGEST AB 2189, Cedillo. Vehicles: driver's licenses (1) Existing law requires the Department of Motor Vehicles to issue driver's licenses to applicants who meet specified criteria and provide the department with the required information. Existing law requires the department to establish that the applicant's presence in the United States is authorized under federal lavw Under existing federal law, the Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security has issued a directive allowing certain undocumented individuals who meet several key criteria for relief from removal from the United States or from entering into removal proceedings to be eligible to receive deferred action for a period of 2 years, subject to renewal, and who will be eligible to apply for work authorization This bill would allow persons who provide satisfactory proof, as described, that their presence in the United States is authorized under federal law, but who are not eligible for a social security account number, to receive an original driver's license from the Department of Motor Vehicles if they meet all other qualifications for licensure (2) Existing law prohibits a person from renting a motor vehicle to another unless the person to whom the vehicle is rented is a validly licensed driver, as specified, and the person renting to that driver has inspected the person's driver's license and compared the signature on the license with the signature of the driver written in his or her presence This bill would delete the requirement that the signature of the driver be written in his or her presence and would allow the person renting the vehicle to instead compare the photograph on the driver's license of the person with the person to whom the vehicle is to be rented The bill would also exempt, a "rental company," as defined, from these requirements if the rental is subject to the terms of a membership agreement that allows the renter to gain physical access to a car without a key through use of a code, key card, or by other means that allow the car to be accessed at a remote location or at a business location of the rental company outside of that location's regular hours of operation http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id-201120120AB2189 Assembly Bill No. 1461 CHAPTER 729 An act to amend Sections 2100 and 2102 of, and to add Chapter 4.5 (commencing with Section 2260) to Division 2 of the Elections Code, relating to elections. [ Approved by Governor October 10, 2015. Filed with Secretary of State October 10, 2015. ] LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL'S DIGEST AB 1461, Gonzalez. Voter registration: California New Motor Voter Program Existing law, the federal National Voter Registration Act of 1993, requires a state to, among other things, establish procedures to register a person to vote by application made simultaneously with an application for a new or renewal of a motor vehicle driver's license. The federal act requires the motor vehicle driver's license application to serve as an application for voter registration with respect to an election for federal office, unless the applicant fails to sign the application, and requires the application to be considered as updating the applicant's previous voter registration, if any. The federal act defines motor vehicle driver's license" to include any personal identification document issued by a state motor vehicle authority Under existing state law, a person may not be registered to vote except by affidavit of registration. Existing law requires a properly executed affidavit of registration to be deemed effective upon receipt of the affidavit by the county elections official if the affidavit is submitted to the Department of Motor Vehicles on or before the 15th day before the election. Existing state law requires the Department of Motor Vehicles and the Secretary of State to develop a process and the infrastructure to allow a person who is qualified to register to vote in the state to register to vote online Existing law requires the Department of Motor Vehicles to issue driver's licenses and state identification cards to applicants who meet specified criteria and provide the department with the required information. Existing law generally requires an applicant for an original driver's license or state identification card to submit satisfactory proof to the department that the applicant's presence in the United States is authorized under federal law This bill would require the Secretary of State and the Department of Motor Vehicles to establish the Califo rnia New Motor Voter Program for the purpose of increasing opportunities for voter registration by any person who is qualified to be a voter. Under the program, after the Secretary of State certifies that certain enumerated conditions are satisfied, the Department of Motor Vehicles would be required to electronically provide to the Secretary of State the records of each person who is issued an original or renewal of a driver's license or state identification card or who provides the department with a change of address, as specified. The person's motor vehicle records would then constitute a completed affidavit of registration and the person would be registered to vote, unless the person affirmatively declined to be registered to vote during a transaction with the department, the department did not represent to the Secretary of State that the person attested that he meets all voter eligibility requirem The bill would r she specified, or the Se ary of State determines that the person is ineligible to the Secretary of State to a egu mplem ement this program ecified http://leginfo.legisl gov Na xhtml?bill id-201520160AB1461 California is run by seditious pieces of shit. Just look at these laws. 2012: Make it easy as fuck for non-citizens to get an ID/license at DMV (don't be fooled by the legalese); 2015: Automatically register anyone who goes to the DMV for new, or to renew, an ID/license to vote.
Undere: Assembly Bill No. 2189
 CHAPTER 862
 An act to add Section 1936.5 to the Civil Code, and to amend Sections 12801 and 14608 of, and to add Section
 12801.6 to, the Vehicle Code, relating to vehicles
 Approved by Governor September 30, 2012. Filed with Secretary of State September 30, 2012. 1
 LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL'S DIGEST
 AB 2189, Cedillo. Vehicles: driver's licenses
 (1) Existing law requires the Department of Motor Vehicles to issue driver's licenses to applicants who meet specified criteria
 and provide the department with the required information. Existing law requires the department to establish that the
 applicant's presence in the United States is authorized under federal lavw
 Under existing federal law, the Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security has issued a directive allowing certain
 undocumented individuals who meet several key criteria for relief from removal from the United States or from entering into
 removal proceedings to be eligible to receive deferred action for a period of 2 years, subject to renewal, and who will be
 eligible to apply for work authorization
 This bill would allow persons who provide satisfactory proof, as described, that their presence in the United States is
 authorized under federal law, but who are not eligible for a social security account number, to receive an original driver's
 license from the Department of Motor Vehicles if they meet all other qualifications for licensure
 (2) Existing law prohibits a person from renting a motor vehicle to another unless the person to whom the vehicle is rented
 is a validly licensed driver, as specified, and the person renting to that driver has inspected the person's driver's license and
 compared the signature on the license with the signature of the driver written in his or her presence
 This bill would delete the requirement that the signature of the driver be written in his or her presence and would allow the
 person renting the vehicle to instead compare the photograph on the driver's license of the person with the person to whom
 the vehicle is to be rented
 The bill would also exempt, a "rental company," as defined, from these requirements if the rental is subject to the terms of a
 membership agreement that allows the renter to gain physical access to a car without a key through use of a code, key
 card, or by other means that allow the car to be accessed at a remote location or at a business location of the rental
 company outside of that location's regular hours of operation
 http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id-201120120AB2189

 Assembly Bill No. 1461
 CHAPTER 729
 An act to amend Sections 2100 and 2102 of, and to add Chapter 4.5 (commencing with Section 2260) to Division 2
 of the Elections Code, relating to elections.
 [ Approved by Governor October 10, 2015. Filed with Secretary of State October 10, 2015. ]
 LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL'S DIGEST
 AB 1461, Gonzalez. Voter registration: California New Motor Voter Program
 Existing law, the federal National Voter Registration Act of 1993, requires a state to, among other things, establish
 procedures to register a person to vote by application made simultaneously with an application for a new or renewal of a
 motor vehicle driver's license. The federal act requires the motor vehicle driver's license application to serve as an application
 for voter registration with respect to an election for federal office, unless the applicant fails to sign the application, and
 requires the application to be considered as updating the applicant's previous voter registration, if any. The federal act defines
 motor vehicle driver's license" to include any personal identification document issued by a state motor vehicle authority
 Under existing state law, a person may not be registered to vote except by affidavit of registration. Existing law requires a
 properly executed affidavit of registration to be deemed effective upon receipt of the affidavit by the county elections official
 if the affidavit is submitted to the Department of Motor Vehicles on or before the 15th day before the election. Existing state
 law requires the Department of Motor Vehicles and the Secretary of State to develop a process and the infrastructure to
 allow a person who is qualified to register to vote in the state to register to vote online
 Existing law requires the Department of Motor Vehicles to issue driver's licenses and state identification cards to applicants
 who meet specified criteria and provide the department with the required information. Existing law generally requires an
 applicant for an original driver's license or state identification card to submit satisfactory proof to the department that the
 applicant's presence in the United States is authorized under federal law
 This bill would require the Secretary of State and the Department of Motor Vehicles to establish the Califo rnia New Motor
 Voter Program for the purpose of increasing opportunities for voter registration by any person who is qualified to be a voter.
 Under the program, after the Secretary of State certifies that certain enumerated conditions are satisfied, the Department of
 Motor Vehicles would be required to electronically provide to the Secretary of State the records of each person who is issued
 an original or renewal of a driver's license or state identification card or who provides the department with a change of
 address, as specified. The person's motor vehicle records would then constitute a completed affidavit of registration and the
 person would be registered to vote, unless the person affirmatively declined to be registered to vote during a transaction
 with the department, the department did not represent to the Secretary of State that the person attested that he
 meets all voter eligibility requirem
 The bill would r
 she
 specified, or the Se
 ary
 of State determines that the person is ineligible to
 the Secretary of State to a
 egu
 mplem
 ement this program
 ecified
 http://leginfo.legisl
 gov
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 xhtml?bill id-201520160AB1461
California is run by seditious pieces of shit. Just look at these laws. 2012: Make it easy as fuck for non-citizens to get an ID/license at DMV (don't be fooled by the legalese); 2015: Automatically register anyone who goes to the DMV for new, or to renew, an ID/license to vote.

California is run by seditious pieces of shit. Just look at these laws. 2012: Make it easy as fuck for non-citizens to get an ID/license...