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Insignificant 2 points ago +2 / -0

I moved here about 2 years ago and the elevation here is much higher than where I was living. I'd say it's probably normal but seems strange to me since I'm not used to seeing the sky so clear at night at this elevation. Either it's increasing or I'm just looking at the skies more.

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Insignificant 6 points ago +6 / -0

I see a dozen or more almost every night where I live. It's really fascinating.

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Insignificant 8 points ago +8 / -0

Former Marine ammunition chief here...small arms expertise is something every citizen should have.

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Insignificant 1 point ago +1 / -0

Screwing vets is one cause that led to Mussolini's black shirts...as well as Hitler's SS and military in general...have we learned anything from history?

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Insignificant 1 point ago +1 / -0

Never forget the bonus marches that took place in the 30's...things will get ugly if they keep pushing...the consequences that could arise from this are spelled out quite clearly in history...our politicians should remember these lessons.

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Insignificant 6 points ago +6 / -0

I think Roy D. Mercer had the best prank calls.

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Insignificant 3 points ago +3 / -0

Well, a Saturday morning would be a good time to do it since she'll probably be hung over and still in bed with Huma. I hope you're right.

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Insignificant 2 points ago +2 / -0

I don't see where it changes the definition of mandate to law. It says "laws that mandate"...which is exactly what laws do. Of course, there are no laws that mandate vaccinations but I think this is a little misleading. If you posted the definition of "mandate" and it said it was the same thing as a law, then you'd have something. This simply defines anti-vaxxer as someone that opposes laws that mandate vaccination. Or am I just confused?

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Insignificant 2 points ago +2 / -0

I have many great memories from Topsail island...it was a great getaway from Camp Lejeune. Is that a red wave I see coming in?

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Insignificant 1 point ago +1 / -0

Correct. I thought you were implying that "poor people" simply refused to pay taxes for being poor. My apologies for assuming you didn't understand tax brackets...spot on.

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Insignificant 6 points ago +6 / -0

Exactly! We already have more than we need.

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Insignificant 7 points ago +7 / -0

Decertify? They just might be the first to secede at this rate.

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Insignificant 6 points ago +6 / -0

Texas, Alabama, or Florida seem to be pretty free states overall. Plus you could still be close to the water if that's your thing. These states, and other southern states, often get stereotyped as having nothing but backwoods rednecks and crumbling infrastructure everywhere, but TX, AL, and FL are the home to NASA, Space Force, and NASA again. Like any state, there are red areas just as there are blue areas. Cost of living, property taxes, etc. are also generally much lower in these states. Best of luck to you.

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Insignificant 4 points ago +4 / -0

Holy cow I'm a moron too I guess. How did I not see that? It was definitely a red finger like 30 seconds ago.

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Insignificant 1 point ago +1 / -0

It's the universal symbol for communism. That's why she said it represented China in the video.

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Insignificant 1 point ago +1 / -0

Maybe he said that because he thought the military would have more secure distribution than pharmaceutical companies. As one theory goes, if any batches of vaccines were somehow purposefully tainted after the initial launch, it would fall back on big pharma since Trump's plan wasn't carried out. If the military had controlled the distribution and administration, perhaps we wouldn't be seeing the death and injuries we're now seeing. It's just a theory though. Thanks for bringing up that point.

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Insignificant 3 points ago +3 / -0

This is why Lincoln was elected in the first place. He advertised himself (to the states that cared) as an anti-slavery, pro-tariff candidate. And just like Dems of today, Lincoln used the slavery card as his way to secure power while tax rates continued to rise during his tenure in office. Were there legitimate Republicans that wanted to end slavery? Sure, but Lincoln wasn't one of them according to my interpretation of the evidence. Start with his Inaugural address and you'll see he vowed to protect slavery for all-time, not abolish it. Abolition came a couple of years later after the Union had been slaughtered by the Confederates in several key battles. The issue of slavery was Lincoln's "last card" as it was called in the newspapers of the day. Lincoln was the original RINO in my opinion.

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Insignificant 2 points ago +2 / -0

Good call on the zinc. People need to know that there's a difference in the types of zinc they will sell you. Do NOT use zinc citrate! Use zinc picolinate because it's higher quality and absorbs into the body much better than the citrate version. The same goes for things like B12. Do NOT get B12-cyanocobalamin. Pay a little extra and get the B12-methylcobalamin version. It's higher quality and absorbs into the body much better than the cheaper counterpart.

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Insignificant 3 points ago +3 / -0

"They may not have the same moral standards as people here in the USA but they saw what the drugs were doing to their communities. Turning a large portion of their society in to worthless drug addicts."

The same could be said of China. After all, this is why the opium wars were fought against the British in the 19th century. It's amazing to think we've allowed so much fentanyl and other drugs into our country without ever declaring war on anyone responsible. As Trump said, China is responsible for producing the drugs and smuggling them into the US through South and central America. Has history taught us anything?

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