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  1. “Asylum seekers” must fit the definition. They...

    “Asylum seekers” must fit the definition. They are not simply the economic disadvantaged. They must be under threat of torture or death or without a state. Canada’s Justin Trudeau aggravated his...
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    My wife took the test after I caught her not...

    My wife took the test after I caught her not breathing in the middle of the night several times. She uses a CPAP but grudgingly and she blames me for it. Well, better than being dead right?

    Me,...
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    Thank you for reading it.

    Thank you for reading it.
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    I never thought of it. There are so very few...

    I never thought of it. There are so very few things Iíve written that Iíd consider worth saving but I should for my kids at least. Thank you.
  5. Poll: I like the challenge of incorporating sea foam...

    I like the challenge of incorporating sea foam green mostly because it is complementary to your red roof. And on the emotional side....is the color of the two suggested that fits with the reason why...
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    “To see a World in a Grain of Sand And a Heaven...

    “To see a World in a Grain of Sand
    And a Heaven in a Wild Flower,
    Hold Infinity in the palm of your hand
    And Eternity in an hour.”

    poet William Blake

    Coming back from my morning workout, I...
  7. Thread: BMI

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    Donít let it bother you. We have the food...

    Donít let it bother you. We have the food industry to make us sick and the pharmaceutical industry to make was better. And both accept credit cards. A perfect symbiotic relationship. Between...
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    When my son was planning his wedding last year, I...

    When my son was planning his wedding last year, I got a call. “Dad, my fiancť wants to get married on a Caribbean Cruise.” He knew, I had a bad experience on the one and only cruise I ever went on....
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    I want to be honest UL. I havenít explored the...

    I want to be honest UL. I havenít explored the depts of inner contentedness and I donít want anyone to get the notion that my 10 means Iím a cheery bloke with a donít worry be happy attitude. My...
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    There is an interesting correlation between...

    There is an interesting correlation between optimism and happiness. Optimism is a style of thinking that is associated with many happy people. But is optimism a genetic predisposition or learned? ...
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    10 I am lucky to be alive. I live in a...

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    I am lucky to be alive.

    I live in a peaceful and quiet place.

    That gives me plenty of opportunity to reflect on life and exercise positive thoughts.

    Most importantly, I know what...
  12. Those pizza delivery jobs are much too valuable...

    Those pizza delivery jobs are much too valuable to be squandered on illegals. No wonder grandma can’t find a job.
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    Iím simply making the observation that as a...

    Iím simply making the observation that as a nation we lack balance between our supposed dedication to freedom and liberty and the association with and encouragement of the military industrial...
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    The show was just posted yesterday. The...

    The show was just posted yesterday. The interview of Howard Schultz occurred three days ago on Squawk Box CNBC. These types of discussions make me wonder what dominos have to fall to trigger what’s...
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    Is it just a “matter of time before people get...

    Is it just a “matter of time before people get pitchforks and torches?”

    Can the richest country on the face of the earth afford universal healthcare, free college and investment in infrastructure?...
  16. For those of you who are willing to be scoffed at...

    For those of you who are willing to be scoffed at and ridiculed by deniers......you may find answers in this document that suggests “climate change” is a very real suspect in this mystery. I find it...
  17. Paul’s parents are suckers. While it is...

    Paul’s parents are suckers. While it is perfectly feasible for unemployment to be “automatic” given the state of technology; the system relies on people not applying for it through principles,...
  18. Irreconcilable arguements seem to have a few...

    Irreconcilable arguements seem to have a few trademarks. Both sides are partially right, both sides are partially wrong and neither is willing to compromise based on distrust of the other. ...
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    “Adrift”, The true story of Tami Oldham who...

    “Adrift”, The true story of Tami Oldham who sailed into Hurricane Raymond with her boyfriend, he was killed and she was lost at sea adrift for forty plus days. When you accompany someone to a movie...
  20. There are some commentaries that do stand the...

    There are some commentaries that do stand the test of time and can be found . This one from The Economist “Government Workers of the World Unite” provides an accurate analysis of the sector envy...
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    My formative years occurred in the late 1960s, by...

    My formative years occurred in the late 1960s, by that I mean my indoctrination. Lots of good concepts were taught me, and on the contrary lots of paranoia was doled out about other religions, other...
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    I look at this as part of a trend driven by the...

    I look at this as part of a trend driven by the sector of our society that the economic down trickle doesnít trickle down to. These arenít typically the historical RV crowd that might be retired and...
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    There is a little hamlet nestled in the hills of...

    There is a little hamlet nestled in the hills of southwestern New York along the north shore of a small lake formed in the early 1800s by a dam built to power a mill. Originally just two small...
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    Research it carefully. Itís a lot of work. Itís...

    Research it carefully. Itís a lot of work. Itís a lot of unexpected crisis management. Iíd say itís a lot like a waxed red delicious apple.......it looks plenty better than it tastes. A hot...
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    I can’t be convinced that latent empathy is not...

    I can’t be convinced that latent empathy is not the result of a genetic predisposition. False empathy presents itself as the result of a social construct and masquerades as caring. In truth, for...
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