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Looks like our annual PFD checks are about to get bigger. Yay for oil money ! :)

http://www.alaskapublic.org/2011/06/17/salazar-announces-acceleration-of-lease-sale-in-npr-a/

Salazar Announces Acceleration of Lease Sale in NPR-Alaska

By Associated Press | June 17, 2011

Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar announced on Thursday that the department of the Interior will accelerate a lease sale in the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska, holding it before the end of this year and annually after that.

Salazar says as part of President Obama’s comprehensive energy strategy, the department is moving ahead with concrete steps to continue to expand responsible and safe domestic oil production.

The U.S. Geological Survey estimates the reserve and adjacent state waters contain 896 million barrels of conventional, undiscovered oil and 53 trillion cubic feet of conventional, undiscovered non-associated gas.


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Can one maintain official residence in Alaska, get this check, and not actually have to physically live there?

Unless your a student or in the military you can't be out of state more than 90 days a year and still collect that check...although I know of a few people that don't live up here anymore yet still collect a check. With this day and age of the internet it seems like it would be a lot easier to bust those peeps.


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Unless your a student or in the military you can't be out of state more than 90 days a year and still collect that check...although I know of a few people that don't live up here anymore yet still collect a check. With this day and age of the internet it seems like it would be a lot easier to bust those peeps.

How do they (attempt to) verify length of actual physical presence?

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I knew my sister moved up to that God forsaken state for a reason.whistling.gif

It's not so bad if your on the road system. ATM were out here on the Bering Sea...no roads in, no roads out. $5 for a loaf of bread, $10 for a gallon of milk, etc... it sucks. One more year and were back in civilization (Wasilla/Big Lake = road system).

How do they (attempt to) verify length of actual physical presence?

The only thing I can think of is checking soc sec. #'s like on pay checks, DMV or something...or maybe physical address...though Iv'e never heard of them checking that.


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The only thing I can think of is checking soc sec. #'s like on pay checks, DMV or something...or maybe physical address...though Iv'e never heard of them checking that.

I could work from home if I wanted to. I could very easily have my paychecks deposited to a residential address in Alaska (I bet rent is dirt cheap) and live wherever I want to (say, Seattle).

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I could work from home if I wanted to. I could very easily have my paychecks deposited to a residential address in Alaska (I bet rent is dirt cheap) and live wherever I want to (say, Seattle).

My dad lives in the Seattle area (9 mos. out of the year), and has a PO Box registered in Alaska (Wasilla), and some property / Physical addy (Wasilla), and he collects those checks and has his Harley and truck registered up here so he doesn't get reamed on paying for IM, tags, etc.. along with Washington State taxes. He uses his Alaska drivers license down there also so he doesn't have to pay any sales tax. Alaska has a deal with Washington state that we don't have to pay their sales tax if we show Alaska ID. It bring a lot of Alaskans down there to shop...vehicles, boats, clothes, etc... and it helps them out also sales wise.

Personally I hope he gets busted though for this sh*t.

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Looks like our annual PFD checks are about to get bigger. Yay for oil money ! :)

It's a hoax. Everyone knows that the Obama administration only shuts down and hinders oil exploration in the US. They do not accelerate lease sales and expand production. Never. This is a hoax. Don't spend that money yet. It ain't coming.

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It's a hoax. Everyone knows that the Obama administration only shuts down and hinders oil exploration in the US. They do not accelerate lease sales and expand production. Never. This is a hoax. Don't spend that money yet. It ain't coming.

LOL... actually Obama is more or less the white version of Bush if you think about it...other than health care. He's pro development, pro war, et ... That's why I can't figure out why the Repubs want him out of office...or do they? I mean if you look who's in the Repub line up for president...it's not like they are serious about giving him a run for his money this next election.


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It's not so bad if your on the road system. ATM were out here on the Bering Sea...no roads in, no roads out. $5 for a loaf of bread, $10 for a gallon of milk, etc... it sucks. One more year and were back in civilization (Wasilla/Big Lake = road system).

The only thing I can think of is checking soc sec. #'s like on pay checks, DMV or something...or maybe physical address...though Iv'e never heard of them checking that.

Not sure if she is on a road system, They paid for her to move there and I know she moved her vehicle and household stuff by boat or something to Juneau. Also gave her a big bonus to get her to come and pay her a lot. Supposedly pay for her living arrangements but not sure what that entails.

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Not sure if she is on a road system, They paid for her to move there and I know she moved her vehicle and household stuff by boat or something to Juneau. Also gave her a big bonus to get her to come and pay her a lot. Supposedly pay for her living arrangements but not sure what that entails.

Juneau is more or less an island...not much roads and it's right between the mountains and the ocean. If they paid her cost to move up, more than likely she works for the native hospital there or the government. The good thing about Juneau is that it has year around barge service, and they just got a Walmart there not too long ago. It's way better than here (Dillingham).


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Juneau is more or less an island...not much roads and it's right between the mountains and the ocean. If they paid her cost to move up, more than likely she works for the native hospital there or the government. The good thing about Juneau is that it has year around barge service, and they just got a Walmart there not too long ago. It's way better than here (Dillingham).

Wow, a Walmart!

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Wow, a Walmart!

lol...trust me, getting a Walmart is a big deal up here.

http://acsfuelsdillingham.com/map.html <---- That's were we are living atm. That pic shows probably 75% of the town. Two grocery stores...if you can call them that, a hardware store, a NAPA, etc... it's a total sh*t hole. People here would give their left nut for a Walmart or anything like it.


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