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swimkin 2 points ago +2 / -0

There is no need to check any ID online.

I’ve been checking IDs here in NC so far during early voting here in NC. They have to have a photo on them.

We check photo and expiration dates. However if a person is older than 65 and has an expired license it can still be used as long as it expired after they turned 65. Any government employee or military ID with the exception of our county (they opted out) can also be used. Federal IDs CAN be expired.

Mostly they have been driver’s licenses but I did get a Federal government ID (expired) but can still be used. I knew the person.

There is no need to check these online. If a person’s ID is not up to snuff we can offer them a provisional ballot or they can opt to go home and get one that is. . Our County Board of Elections has both Republicans and Democrats who decide if a provisional ballot will be accepted.

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swimkin 1 point ago +1 / -0

Unfortunately, most of my relatives (siblings) who took it did so because they had comorbidity issues. Diabetes, etc. Their physicians talked them into them even though my sister and I tried to reason with them. They were all over 65. so far they all seem to be ok. Many of their kids took it to keep their jobs or they were liberal and didn’t want to hurt grandma.

They all tend to get sick easier than before with lots of colds.

My only child took it bc she worked at a university. And it was mandated. She would have probably have taken it even if it wasn’t. Since she wasn’t required to take the third booster and I begged her not to but she took it anyway. So far she’s been ok. But i truly worry about them all.

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swimkin 2 points ago +2 / -0

For the freebies they’re getting in exchange for their votes or they’re ability to become useful idiots

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swimkin 9 points ago +9 / -0

Aw this is great news. Keep us posted.

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swimkin 1 point ago +1 / -0

I never had a problem with my Verizon and a person I was with didn’t have a problem with T Mobile. In our area it seemed to only be AT&T

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swimkin 2 points ago +2 / -0

Add to this that many people are marrying late (if at all) and not having children.

I see it with all my nieces and nephews. My parents had 6 of us. And from these 6 children there were only 11 grandchildren.

All these grandkids are now adults with the youngest one getting married last December. She’s in her 30’s.

So far one couple has had 4 children. Another couple had only child who is now in high school. The rest of these grandkids are either not married (some are pushing fifty) or have opted out of having kids altogether.

It’s not just overseas but it is happening here, too.

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swimkin 2 points ago +2 / -0

Nice job Nassau! As the parent of a former swimmer who participated in many swim contests in your Olympic-sized pool I commend you! It was the only one of two indoor Olympic sized pools in the state when she was an age group swimmer. The other one was in Buffalo at Erie College.

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swimkin 1 point ago +1 / -0

I’ve been a poll worker since 2016. I used to see a majority of Dems come out during the early one stop election. So I do see the numbers of registered Dems coming in are a lot lower than in previous elections.

My county is a red county. I don’t know what percentage he got here in years past. However, the precinct I work in on Election Day is mostly Black and mostly Democrat. In spite of that 25% of the voters there voted for Trump in 202O. it will be interesting to see the numbers this Fall.

So there’s that but I do see a large drop in Democrats coming into vote early. We still have another week left to vote early. I don’t work again until next Tuesday so I won’t know how many of them will vote today, Saturday or Monday. I’ll only be able to see what’s happening the days I’m there.

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swimkin 2 points ago +2 / -0

I was working a polling station here in NC. The only people out of service who were there had AT&T

I had no problems with my Verizon service nor did someone with T-Mobile sitting next to me.

So how would a solar flare not take them all out?

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swimkin 1 point ago +1 / -0

You’re still too close to NYC. I lived in Schenectady county.

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swimkin 13 points ago +13 / -0

Upstate NY real estate had been declining for years. No one wanted to pay the taxes on houses that were priced more than $350 (10k in taxes) especially In the area we finally left in 2014. And luckily we’re able to sell our home after being on the market for a couple of years.

It was bad upstate for years. Nobody moving in except Muslim refugees and welfare peeps coming up from NYC. And corporations and businesses were leaving in droves. Cities and towns became hovels of welfare recipients. Drugs and crime kept skyrocketing.

Now it’s NY City’s turn.

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swimkin 5 points ago +5 / -0

Unfortunately, when I had a major operation last Fall I need multiple transfusions I was unable to bank my unvaxxed blood before surgery since it was done 2 hours away and the surgery was less than two weeks away. I worried about it but needed to have it or I wouldnt be here today. I lost that much blood. I have not had any symptoms from having the transfusions but it is a big worry that I now have mRNAs floating around inside me.

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swimkin 5 points ago +5 / -0

The anon doesn’t mention he was in NYC when it happened. He was “coming back from the Adirondacks” where the majority of his drive was mostly in upstate NY.

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swimkin 5 points ago +5 / -0

Oh she should just stay in and let Trump beat the tar out of her until he wins all the delegates.

She would look even more like the birdbrain she is.

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swimkin 4 points ago +4 / -0

Serial brain was an interesting poster back in the day. He disappeared into the ether.

I kept thinking he was a really old guy who died off somewhere.

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swimkin 4 points ago +4 / -0

Well I certainly don’t want these illegal aliens granted access to our military. I did not serve myself. But I don’t trust them if they already broke our laws to come here

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swimkin 6 points ago +6 / -0

What is your take on foreigners in the past who have joined the US the military to become US citizens? In the past I took in some Marines from Camp LaJeune for Thanksgiving Day dinners for several years until the program ended. There were some who ate dinner in our home who had joined from other countries just to become American citizens. They seemed to be ok but I only saw and talked with them for a short time.

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