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    My perspective is that #1 not retiring, at least...

    My perspective is that #1 not retiring, at least from the traditional work force, can conflict with several of the other points that follow. I agree that meaningful work doesn't necessarily imply...
  2. Thread: Conavirus......

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    It's also worth mentioning Trump's budget cuts to...

    It's also worth mentioning Trump's budget cuts to the National Institute of Health and the CDC as a move to eliminate "government waste". Without making a study of things, they seemed large.
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    Every time a new viral disease appears there is...

    Every time a new viral disease appears there is some risk that it will be highly communicable, high mortality, and/or difficult to control. So far we've been able to control or confine the new ones....
  4. Thread: Impeachment?

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    I think we are so far away from some sort of...

    I think we are so far away from some sort of social uprising or domestic conflict that it's not on the menu of possibilities. I'm much less sure about how far I trust Don J. on international issues...
  5. Thread: Food on TV

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    I like Rick Bayless and his PBS shows on...

    I like Rick Bayless and his PBS shows on authentic Mexican cooking. I’ve sampled a couple of his recipes from his web site, but the preparations and ingredients get complicated. It’s a good visual...
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    I'm pretty sure the Quorn chicken like strips...

    I'm pretty sure the Quorn chicken like strips have been among my sampling of the various meat like alternatives. The take I remember is that it gives some meat like texture to things but is not much...
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    I don't know enough of the details to say for...

    I don't know enough of the details to say for sure, but one of the articles I read called them "production trees" which probably implies they will be cut down at some time one way or another. But...
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    Withdrawals from my inherited IRA started in my...

    Withdrawals from my inherited IRA started in my early 50's. There have been years when taking the distributions as income over a shorter period than existing the RMD rules of the time would have...
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    New retirement withdrawals rules

    I would encourage anyone who this might affect to verify the information, but it's my understanding that new inherited IRAs will need to withdraw the balance in a period less than ten years rather...
  10. Thread: Impeachment?

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    Did the Clinton trial require a require vote to...

    Did the Clinton trial require a require vote to allow new witness/document testimony or did these things just come forward voluntarily?
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    I'm sure there's truth to all of that even...

    I'm sure there's truth to all of that even thought it doesn't seem right. For example, asking Russia to dig up dirt on Hillary knowing they might use covert channels not legally available here, or...
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    I listened to the Dershowitz interview with...

    I listened to the Dershowitz interview with Anderson Cooper, although I'm sure he is saying the same thing to all the talking heads. If he is correct and if Trump is acquitted on that legal basis,...
  13. I don't know where I fall by definition, but when...

    I don't know where I fall by definition, but when I was saving for my FI or early retirement I lived on a relatively stark budget. I never felt deprived at all, but did not fit in with the proverbial...
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    I probably deserve a cuff on the cheek for my...

    I probably deserve a cuff on the cheek for my poor spelling.
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    I suppose some of it comes down to what are...

    I suppose some of it comes down to what are impeachable offenses at all when you can hide behind executive privilege and presidential powers. I'm sure there are more obvious examples of high crimes...
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    Without a doubt we are living in a pretty...

    Without a doubt we are living in a pretty marvelous time and it's not all doom and gloom. I suspect when historians look back in our advances, digital media will mark some sort of giant change in...
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    French’s classic

    French’s classic
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    I have used moth balls to keep them from digging...

    I have used moth balls to keep them from digging in the garden. It’s worth reading the label about health and safety issues.
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    I tried to watch The Marriage Story on Netflix...

    I tried to watch The Marriage Story on Netflix and so far have not been able to get past the first half hour. I doubt that will change. However, I was surprised at how much I enjoyed The Two Popes....
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    I break out of the vegan world once a week for...

    I break out of the vegan world once a week for fish, so last night it was baked salmon, roasted cauliflower florets, and garlic brown rice. I had a packet of instant brown gravy to liven the rice...
  21. When I was younger I was able to adapt somewhat...

    When I was younger I was able to adapt somewhat to various shift type work, but now I try to stick to a routine. Pretty much 9 to 5 sleep, maybe sleep in a little later in the winter and a little...
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    Cast iron is the only frying skillet I've owned...

    Cast iron is the only frying skillet I've owned or wanted. No matter how well mine are seasoned I always put some cooking oil on a paper towel and wipe oil over the cooking surface. Most things...
  23. I wonder if both could be right due to some...

    I wonder if both could be right due to some ambiguous wording that could be interpreted both ways. I also considered their age and that Bernie forgot what he said or Warren couldn't hear what he...
  24. Thread: Boy, that Dow

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    I just re balanced a few months ago, but I'm...

    I just re balanced a few months ago, but I'm looking to do it again. I try to keep up with a few general articles about any future stock performance and am not seeing many warning signs, but I don't...
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    I'm on a second go around of this new recipe that...

    I'm on a second go around of this new recipe that I picked up from the Oregonian. It's called warming broccoli and tofu soup. Dairy free, gluten free, etc. It's a little bland and needs a topping...
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