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wxR7D7 1 point ago +1 / -0

In the days before PANIC, news like this would be to later announce something insignificant like her getting too many tickets for taking the wrong parking space in the congressional parking lot. But times appear to have changed, haven't they. Encouraging news.

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wxR7D7 2 points ago +2 / -0

For a supercar: The Ford GT. I forgot about these: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ford_GT

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wxR7D7 4 points ago +4 / -0

I myself would keep the lights on as an indicator that you are OK and don't need help. Otherwise someone who is helpful and knows that the house is there, may try to come check on you after not seeing any lights. Every area is different, so it's hard to know. A good analogy is how drivers in the less populated western US will often stop to check on a disabled vehicle on a highway because of survival concerns for the occupants, while drivers in the eastern US will likely not stop to check on a vehicle due to personal safety concerns.

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wxR7D7 2 points ago +2 / -0

Not unless they were taking some long term survey of the population who was actively hiding transgender features under their clothes. The body topography scans showed an almost nude image of everyone, about ten years ago when they/TSA were pissing everyone off.

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wxR7D7 2 points ago +2 / -0

Some of the best points I've heard about drinking and why to quit:

  • If you do drink: Take vitamins, electrolytes, and probiotic supplements to help protect your body. Cold showers help recovery too.
  • Non-Alcoholic beers, wines and even spirits, have gotten pretty impressive in variety and taste these days. Keep some on hand or take them to a party, to resist drinking alcohol instead.
  • Use a drink counting app on your phone, to know exactly how many drinks you have had that night, and to mark off which days you abstained.
  • Avoid day drinking or "hair of the dog". The more hours of the day with alcohol in the system, strengthens withdrawal and addiction.
  • Sleep while drinking, is fake sleep. Not enough REM and deep sleep. If you're having trouble sleeping, try a supplement like melatonin before bed.
  • One night of drinking will affect the brain's ability to decide whether drink or abstain for up to 2 weeks after. One reason why quitting can be difficult.
  • Any relationship with alcohol, is like an abusive relationship. There are fun times and bad times, but eventually, the abuser will always hurt you. You can’t change the abuser, and you can justify as much as you want, but the only way to stop getting hurt is to leave the relationship.
  • Alcohol interferes with your body's natural cancer fighting abilities. The strength of the alcohol and cancer relationship, appears to be well suppressed by the MSM.
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wxR7D7 2 points ago +2 / -0

The first photo, is of an Apple store in Hong Kong: https://www.apple.com/hk/retail/ifcmall/?cid=aos-hk-seo-maps

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wxR7D7 3 points ago +3 / -0

I'm thinking there are people, who saw 9-11 happen and then soon they joined the military (to fight back). But now, from the article: This one tried to hit the 20 years of career, to make retirement status, but was stopped.

The decision cost his command, career, and, because he did not make it to 20 years, his retirement.

Former Army lieutenant colonel Bradley Miller recently shared his decision to resign from the Army rather that be forced to take the vaccine, a decision he called a “no brainer.” The decision cost his command, career, and, because he did not make it to 20 years, his retirement.

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wxR7D7 3 points ago +3 / -0

Once heard a joke that they tell the newly assigned military guys about how there's a woman behind every tree on Ascension Island. They were pulling their leg, because once the guys arrived, they saw that there were no trees on the island to speak of. Ascension is about as remote as one can get.

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wxR7D7 3 points ago +3 / -0

I listened to Kate Awakening's backgound story a few years back when she did a paid livestream event in Dallas with Gen. Flynn. It seemed a little too good to be true and she resembled other personalities who use their looks to maintain a following to sell you a product. Lot's of fanboys/girls in her Telegram chats. It's interesting to see her going under the microscope now, and what it may continue to reveal.

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wxR7D7 1 point ago +1 / -0

Went to big public high school in the late 80's. It wasn't woke yet. No one was openly gay, because calling somone a Homo was enough to start a fist fight. Kids with learning disabilities were called Special Ed. People in wheel chairs were left alone or included if they wanted to be. Students would smoke outside, against the rules. Name brand fashions determined your popularity, and Air Jordan sneakers were a big kid status symbol because of the $100 a pair. Every year or so, a teacher or gym coach would get quietly fired for having relations with a student. Most problems and fights were during the school bus rides. Hair pulling, fights, throwing things at the bus driver and at cars, who's driver would sometimes chase the bus until it stopped. I think that folks I know did In School Suspension also got into trouble later in life, so I'm not sure if it helped get cooperation. One of our senior classes visited the county jail every year to do a tour of the inmates. That day is still etched in my mind. I think that every graduating class should have to visit a jail.

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wxR7D7 4 points ago +4 / -0

The atmosphere on here yesterday reminded me a bit of when there were no surprise interventions during the Biden inauguration. People doomed for a while to get it off their chests. But then things went back to posting positive stuff about the next steps, and things got back underway.

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wxR7D7 3 points ago +3 / -0

McCain issued a strong endorsement for Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, however.

Not that anyone probably wants her endorsement.

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wxR7D7 3 points ago +3 / -0

I left in 1997, when there were radio ads to "Leave NY State, before it's too late" (seriously).

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wxR7D7 2 points ago +2 / -0

Muscle car bumper sticker I remember from years ago, haha:

Smog emitting V-8 engine inside. Suck my exhaust, you Prius sissy !

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wxR7D7 1 point ago +1 / -0

They used to instruct most managers to avoid firing an employee at the end of the week/Friday, out of caution and to allow for follow up talks. Firing them on a Friday like at Twitter, could be a deliberate sign of dishonor. Sort of like the wrinkled flag draped over a coffin thing.

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wxR7D7 2 points ago +2 / -0

Similar physical attacks have once happened to both Mike Lyndell and Rudy Guiliani also. It's quite disturbing to hear, for anyone considering taking on a public role as a conservative.

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wxR7D7 2 points ago +2 / -0

The crowd does manage to open up the car's rear trunk, like it's a can of sardines. They probably easily pulled him out.

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wxR7D7 1 point ago +1 / -0

And the mainstream wants us to believe that the team who once conspired to throw games, was way back in the 1920's,the Chicago Black Sox. And then banned for life and problem solved. Yeah right.

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wxR7D7 1 point ago +1 / -0

DJs aka MCs (Master of Ceremony), are like a social hub at dance clubs/bars. They also know enough about who's who, to connect buyers with sellers of drugs and prostitution, as a side hustle.

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wxR7D7 1 point ago +1 / -0

Signed up for a new twitter account today, since my old username got taken after quitting back in 2017. Other than to harass new users, I have no idea why the "I'm not a robot" check had me add the sums of the rolls of 4 six sided dice, about 40 times in a row, in order to create my account. And once I started following conservatives and liking their tweets, it locked my account as suspicious until I could provide a phone number and verify it. Must be some anti-MAGA coding measures, still in place.

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wxR7D7 4 points ago +4 / -0

Now that we can see their photos: Whoever picked this group to be the boss of everyone's children, managed to get an A (grade) in Diversity, but an F in Ethics for selecting candidates who would now without questioning mandate that school kids receive this vaccine. Boooooo.

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