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    I liked Michael Steele and Steve Schmidt before...

    I liked Michael Steele and Steve Schmidt before Trump darkened the skyline, so I'm happy they're "Never Trumpers."
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    Steve Schmidt, Nicole Wallace, Michael Steele,...

    Steve Schmidt, Nicole Wallace, Michael Steele, William Kristol, David Frum, George Will...
    I'm sure there are others.
  3. Thread: Impeachment?

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    This administration is by far the most corrupt,...

    This administration is by far the most corrupt, inept, and morally repugnant of any I've experienced in my long life; we would be complicit if we sat on our hands as if it embodied business as usual....
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    I'm not sure what "far left" means, but I...

    I'm not sure what "far left" means, but I consider,say, Bernie Sanders far more honorable than many of his right-wing colleagues. Being honorable, to me, means having unshakeable principles that...
  5. I know several young people who don't seem in any...

    I know several young people who don't seem in any hurry to reproduce, or have declared themselves opposed to having children, and none of them have cited climate change. I think personal freedom and...
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    The Mueller Report was hampered by the united...

    The Mueller Report was hampered by the united front Trump and his stonewalling henchmen presented, even though--is it six of them?--have been convicted now. It really is like a crime family.
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    Unless you had actually read the Mueller report,...

    Unless you had actually read the Mueller report, which lists some ten examples of Russian involvement with Trump's campaign--if you only went by the sound bites provided by Fox and others--I can see...
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    I think prominent Republicans are so blinded by...

    I think prominent Republicans are so blinded by greed that the end always justifies the means. I knew people in school like that--they'd cheat even when they didn't need to, just to keep their edge....
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    When I hear "whistle blower" I think of Karen...

    When I hear "whistle blower" I think of Karen Silkwood. It's obvious to me why protections exist for these brave souls. Naturally, there are always powerful people who want to continue their dirty...
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    The whistle blower has done his/her job. It's not...

    The whistle blower has done his/her job. It's not up to him/her to provide backup to the investigators. There's plenty of corroborating evidence without exposing him/her to the real dangers (death...
  11. I've never understood pressuring others to have...

    I've never understood pressuring others to have children. I would think the best-case scenario would be that every child born was very much wanted by their parents. The world would certainly be a...
  12. That fewer people are reproducing seems like good...

    That fewer people are reproducing seems like good news, but society will have to deal with the fallout from that until AI obviates the need for workers. I certainly can't get all hand-wringy about...
  13. I'm happy to be here. My life has been mostly a...

    I'm happy to be here. My life has been mostly a waste of time and flesh, and I would rather have been born a bit later, but all in all, it hasn't been awful. I hope I remember all the mistakes I've...
  14. Thread: Making yogurt

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    [QUOTE=Tybee;337963] If I'm any judge, you...

    [QUOTE=Tybee;337963]

    If I'm any judge, you won't regret it. I use mine nearly daily for everything from warming stuff up (I don't have a microwave), to cooking rice, bone broth/soups, meat,...
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    I could rave about Instant Pots all day...>8) ...

    I could rave about Instant Pots all day...>8)

    You can cook excellent rice in one (you may have to experiment with times; I cook extra long basmati for 13 minutes).
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    I'm planning on making some l. reuteri...

    I'm planning on making some l. reuteri (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5917019/) yogurt (with tablets from Amazon) in the Instant Pot. I'll be using commercial yogurt as a starter, so...
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    You (and diving) have come a long way. I remember...

    You (and diving) have come a long way. I remember Jacques Cousteau and his clunky gear. I can't wait to see where you go next.
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    In the Valleys of the Noble Beyond: In Search of...

    In the Valleys of the Noble Beyond: In Search of the Sasquatch, by John Zada.
    Best book on the subject I've read so far was The Hoopa Project: Bigfoot Encounters in California by David Paulides....
  19. Thread: OK Boomer

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    There are apparently scads of variations of both...

    There are apparently scads of variations of both sweet and savory variations. I've most often had a savory version with nigella.
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    Geila's pictures are lovely. The house I grew up...

    Geila's pictures are lovely. The house I grew up in was Craftsmanlike, with a similar fireplace arrangement. I don't mind the painted woodwork, which looks wonderful there.
  21. Thread: OK Boomer

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    Cream of Wheat used in Indian cooking is...

    Cream of Wheat used in Indian cooking is outstanding.
    I use instant coffee all the time lately, mostly for flavoring milky beverages.
    I like lima beans just fine.
    Liver and onions cooked...
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    Kitchens have always been gathering places--at...

    Kitchens have always been gathering places--at least since people started doing their own cooking. There's no reason houses can't be built with kitchens big enough to accommodate kibitzers. Tiny...
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    I liked the back yard. As I've mentioned before,...

    I liked the back yard. As I've mentioned before, I hate open kitchens, and that was no exception.

    Since I've only ever owned houses built in the seventies, I'm A-OK with formica in the kitchen;...
  24. Thread: OK Boomer

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    As long as people look down equally on the rich...

    As long as people look down equally on the rich who legally (but unethically, IMO) shelter their money and businesses by off-shoring them and other means. It seems to me it's always the poor and...
  25. Thread: OK Boomer

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    Yea, we certainly tried to improve things. ...

    Yea, we certainly tried to improve things.

    Which generation touted vulture capitalism and "Greed is good" and heralded the end of defined pensions? Those are the people I'd blame, personally.
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