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tenthousandspoons 4 points ago +4 / -0

I saw that! In the leaked email. It took my brain a couple of seconds to work out. Remarkably close to "dweebs," that one. Is this what these high-paid children do all day? Sit around and think of ways to middle-school-ize the vernacular?

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tenthousandspoons 5 points ago +5 / -0

I like that line of thinking....would certainly justify why the congress critters would be reeee-ing so hard about Rand's amendment regarding IG spending oversight.

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tenthousandspoons 3 points ago +3 / -0

We should keep a tally of these. US Senator, Ben Ray Lujan (D-NM) also had a stroke, at the end of January of this year. He's back at work, they say he made a "full recovery." I've known a few stroke victims; they're never the same.

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tenthousandspoons 7 points ago +7 / -0

Got a bubble-headed bleach-blonde,

Comes on at five.

She can tell you 'bout the plane crash,

With a gleam in her eye -

It's interesting when people die!

We love dirty laundry!

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tenthousandspoons 4 points ago +4 / -0

I wonder if this could be some kind of corporate false-flagging; Moderna splashing this revelation in a MSM outlet to generate some positive PR ("See, we're an upright and honest company, we tossed out a really bad dude!") and all done for the low, low price of 700K and limited bennies.

On the other hand, this could backfire on them spectacularly, if people start asking why such a revelation wasn't caught as part of the hiring/background process. I know I'm asking.

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tenthousandspoons 5 points ago +5 / -0

Agreed. We share the same boat, fren. But look on the bright side....most of the leftists whole-swollen-heartedly embraced the jabby scam. So....

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tenthousandspoons 1 point ago +1 / -0

It was quiet through most of the film, which had, I think, more to do with the audience paying attention and not wanting to miss any details by extraneous reactions. There were some gasps when actual cheating was demonstrated. There wasn't much in the presentation I hadn't already heard about, but the biggest punch in the gut for me was seeing just HOW MUCH coordinated cheating was going on. It was massive. One round of cheering at the end when Dennis Praeger, who had earlier said he was agnostic about all of the allegations, angrily pounded the arm of his chair and said something to the effect of, "I'm convinced! I'm going to fight the left with every fiber of my being!" Big round of cheers and applause for that. Then the chants of "USA, USA" and "Let's go, Brandon" got started. Ordinarily this would have been annoying, but here it seemed to fit. And it was the very end of the movie, so no harm done. Afterwards, there were a few local pols out in the lobby that folks were talking to. And there didn't seem to be any presence of leftie baddies on the scene, which was a relief as I live in a Dominion blue state.

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tenthousandspoons 6 points ago +6 / -0

They do. I just saw it. True the Vote has done some real heavy lifting, amassing multiple petabytes of cell phone data, inside geofenced areas of major metro areas in swing states, tracking individual ballot mules between many ballot boxes and the nonprofit "stash houses" that collect trafficked ballots. They also have a cooperating witness who did some mule work and is now talking. Even with conservative estimates of the number of mules tracked, (and not even all of them - just the worst offenders) the average number of drop boxes they visited with the average (conservative) number of ballots dropped off at each, over time, was enough to flip the election from potatus to Trump. Particularly in Atlanta, Pfilthydelphia, and Arizona.

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tenthousandspoons 2 points ago +2 / -0

So, what's her "FLOTUS" platform, does anyone know? So far, all I've seen her focus on is eldercare (miserable failure) and signature forgery (somewhat better).

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tenthousandspoons 3 points ago +3 / -0

While a lot of this tripe can be found in libraries, this picture was taken in a bookstore. B&N is my guess.

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tenthousandspoons 3 points ago +3 / -0

Can vouch for this... 57 minutes, 33 seconds of just the potato yammering. I had a stopwatch, and paused it for the applause breaks. The applause breaks only added about 7 minutes to the whole farce.

Those who watched it muted, you didn't miss anything. Unless you enjoy disjointed word salad with a generous topping of lies and rancid projection.

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tenthousandspoons 2 points ago +2 / -0

This is SO FALSE!

He's 79!

Lololololol!

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tenthousandspoons 2 points ago +2 / -0

"Do the noises in my head bother you? I'm sorry."

Well, they still ARE Canadians...

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tenthousandspoons 3 points ago +3 / -0

"Never argue with stupid people. They will drag you down to their level, and beat you with experience."

-- Mark Twain

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tenthousandspoons 5 points ago +5 / -0

"loving my neighbor as myself" also means that shortchanging myself by sacrificing my well-being on behalf of others is denigrating my half of the equation, and I should look out for myself to a greater degree going forward.

Mr_A, I think this is very good advice for all of us living in this period in time. And Lupinate, I am so sorry this happened to you, but I am glad you're seeing a measure of justice for those who have wronged you. This could be a new beginning for those two children, and I think that's the best possible outcome. God bless.

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