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LessSwampMoreMAGA 9 points ago +9 / -0

The irony of the government making the way our founding fathers celebrated their independence, illegal.

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LessSwampMoreMAGA 1 point ago +1 / -0

I mean, some did. Unfortunately, most of them are no longer in the medical field or still defending against ethics complaints.

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LessSwampMoreMAGA 3 points ago +3 / -0

Can you just exercise if the option wont sell?

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LessSwampMoreMAGA 5 points ago +5 / -0

“You’re not being fired for not getting the jab, you’re being fired for insubordination for not doing what we told you”

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LessSwampMoreMAGA 5 points ago +5 / -0

To a similar point, I’m tired of hearing judges called “your honor” and all this fake decorum. Curious to the reaction of the judge if you just called him by his first name the whole trial, especially these show trials where you already know how they’ll rule.

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LessSwampMoreMAGA 15 points ago +15 / -0

Don’t you know, legitimate elections can only end with 51/49 results

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LessSwampMoreMAGA 4 points ago +4 / -0

Makes sense to me. I have noticed that those you truly excel and seek to grownin their career are looking for ways to improve (not accepting things “are what they are”). Those who have been in the same position for 20+ years always make the comment “I’m just thankful I have a job.”

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LessSwampMoreMAGA 12 points ago +12 / -0

To be fair from what I’ve seen all of Fulton County is a conflict of interest. I mean we’re talking about Fani Willis being a corrupt prosecutor but keep in mind she was a JUDGE too. But I’m a random person on the internet and not a lawyer so take my commentary with a grain of salt.

One big black pill for me has been that concept, that there is little avenue for recourse if a lower court judge determines “fact” as completely wrong.

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LessSwampMoreMAGA 8 points ago +8 / -0

The judge came to the conclusion of fact that Fani had at least the appearance of conflict (as well as a number of ethical violations). His interpretation of the law allowed her to stay on the prosecution. Interpretations of law can be appealed to higher courts. Facts not as much.

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LessSwampMoreMAGA 1 point ago +1 / -0

With nearly 3 million federal employees (civilian only) and almost 20 million federal contractors. Yeah its time to clean house.

Thats not even including the other 20 million state and local employees. With a population of 260 million adults you're looking at >15% of the population employed by the government.

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LessSwampMoreMAGA 7 points ago +7 / -0

If its a product that have multiple APIs (active pharmaceutical ingredients) see if you can get generics of them separated. That’s a favorite tactic of pharma is to combine actives that are commonly prescribed together into one system, run clinical trials, then get exclusivity on it even though it does the same thing when you take them separate. Its tricking people into thinking its more effective or different when its one delivery system.

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LessSwampMoreMAGA 3 points ago +3 / -0

Priming people to the idea that most news now, especially anything promoted or parroted across networks, is probably AI generated.

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LessSwampMoreMAGA 5 points ago +5 / -0

R134a is the same thing as hfc-134a. R134a is when is used as a refrigerant and intentional releases are against the law. HFC-134a is the propellant in inhalers and its use is specifically to release into your lungs (and by association, the air)

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LessSwampMoreMAGA 7 points ago +7 / -0

Fyi this is the Amish guy that has been fighting with the USDA the past few years and was about to be jailed until he got new representation. Robert Barnes was representing him. Curious to see how this plays out (retaliation for fighting against the USDA?)

Correction: USDA, not FDA

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LessSwampMoreMAGA 5 points ago +5 / -0

What if these insurance companies are offsetting their life insurance losses with home insurance and vehicle insurance?

I keep hearing Home insurance rates are going way up in NC because of hurricanes but it hasn’t been any worse in the past 3 years than the past 20 but my home insurance literally doubled last renewal.

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LessSwampMoreMAGA 5 points ago +5 / -0

Wow. Is there taxes on this too? And if so are the taxes on the $825k or the $41K?

I can imagine a scenario where he receives the $41k but then gets a tax bill for $240k.

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LessSwampMoreMAGA 3 points ago +3 / -0

Would be easier if you could export your saved folders. Its tough keeping up with that many links that you have to browse through.

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LessSwampMoreMAGA 4 points ago +4 / -0

Yeah this is an issue and i get where you’re coming from. My youngest (born since covid) we decided not to give any vaccines (or vit k shot etc) and our pediatrician kicked us out of their practice and wanted us to sign this stupid refusal form from the AAP. We didn’t sign it (it was basically a one sided contract with lies as assumptions).

It was one thing getting my wife on board with not vaccinating but then adding to that not going to see a doctor for newborn checkups was another level.

To find a pediatrician, you can try looking up Dr Green Mom and look for their resource on finding a “vaccine friendly” doctor, there was a list that you. Eeded to enter your email for. we were able to find one but need to drive almost an hour and called probably 30 pediatricians that all refused to see us before we found that list.

Good luck!

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