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    My mother-in-law is pretty much a living example...

    My mother-in-law is pretty much a living example of someone following most of the OP article's advice. She's 86 and only in the last few years stopped doing paid work. (she was a part time nurse...
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    Latest Fox News poll. 50% of voters think trump...

    Latest Fox News poll. 50% of voters think trump should be convicted and removed, compared to 44% who think he shouldnít. Next up, how the always trumpers say thatís good news for him. Martha mcsally,...
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    You may be right generally about their opinions...

    You may be right generally about their opinions of both parties. But I think you're wrong that they don't care. A wide majority cared that there should be a fair and honest trial with witnesses and...
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    So the voters that didnít want a coverup are...

    So the voters that didnít want a coverup are worried about the republican version of precedent? Hahahahahahaha.

    Ldahl, youíre smarter than that.
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    If they'd agreed to an actual trial instead of a...

    If they'd agreed to an actual trial instead of a coverup they wouldn't have set themselves up to be the subject of democratic political theater. In other words, they brought it upon themselves to...
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    Considering that 70% of americans wanted a real...

    Considering that 70% of americans wanted a real trial with witnesses and evidence, the republicans are right to be crying when it was pointed out that they are engaging in a coverup and that their...
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    Are you talking about the tears republicans were...

    Are you talking about the tears republicans were shedding when their coverup was pointed out to them?
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    So after several days of senate trial several...

    So after several days of senate trial several republican senators groused to the press that they wished there was new evidence. After those same senators voted multiple times to not call witnesses or...
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    IL, sorry about your dog. As far as tipping...

    IL, sorry about your dog.

    As far as tipping I think I would go with the people who've commented that "above and beyond" service gets a tip, or perhaps a better tip. At the least I'd treat them...
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    In our household SO just doesn't prioritize the...

    In our household SO just doesn't prioritize the same things I do. For him a dirty counter, or yesterday's pants sitting on the living room chair are just a normal part of life. And visiting his...
  11. Thread: Meghan and Harry

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    Like him or not, Hannity has a popular show. And...

    Like him or not, Hannity has a popular show. And I don't think that popularity stems from millions of people who disagree with it feverishly watching in order to be outraged at the asshattery. SO...
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    Iíve got freezes on all 3. Did it shortly after...

    Iíve got freezes on all 3. Did it shortly after the equivalencies breach. Have never tried to unfreeze one so I canít speak to that. Eventually I will probably need to for some reason.

    I get my...
  13. Thread: Boy, that Dow

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    It may not be a formal decision. It may instead...

    It may not be a formal decision. It may instead be a case of them simply not being able to prop it up anymore despite all the efforts to the contrary.

    But yeah, the amount of Ďmoneyí that the fed...
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    And now Meghan is "uppity". Didn't take long for...

    And now Meghan is "uppity". Didn't take long for the right to prove bae correct...

    https://www.mediamatters.org/sean-hannity/hannity-radio-producer-calls-meghan-markle-very-uppity
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    It's a combination of the republican tax scam...

    It's a combination of the republican tax scam giving rich individuals much more money to invest and corporations much more money to repurchase stocks, plus the fed's aggressive quantitative easing,...
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    Personally I'm not going to freak out over this. ...

    Personally I'm not going to freak out over this. I was fortunate to 'only' inherit about $5,000 in an IRA from my father that has required RMDs for the last few years. Way more significant,...
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    Given the scammy, cover up style rules that...

    Given the scammy, cover up style rules that Moscow Mitch has crafted the senate might as well just vote to not convict right off the bat. It would save time and be more honest.
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    True. Although in a typical trial the jurors...

    True. Although in a typical trial the jurors donít normally announce their decision And agreement to work with the defense on tv before the trial has started.
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    They are also imposing new Ďsecurityí...

    They are also imposing new Ďsecurityí restrictions on the press to minimize the damage to republican senators.
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    And we're back to the question of whether it's a...

    And we're back to the question of whether it's a minor thing that trump used the power of his office to withhold foreign aid to an ally that desperately needed it solely for the personal reason of...
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    I will certainly look for it. As a defense lawyer...

    I will certainly look for it. As a defense lawyer if he couldnít talk circles around her something would clearly be wrong. Whether what he said shows him to be at all consistent with past stated...
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    It's interesting that Dershowitz has such a fluid...

    It's interesting that Dershowitz has such a fluid opinion about impeachment. I suppose if you pay a man enough money he'll say whatever he's paid to say.
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    Itís doubtful that if the senate removes trump...

    Itís doubtful that if the senate removes trump that every future president will face perpetual threats of impeachment. Letís be honest here. Everyone with a pulse and a tv or internet connection knew...
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    I think there's a difference between getting a...

    I think there's a difference between getting a foreign country to publicly make the president look attractive to voters and seeking a sham investigation into a political opponent and then attempt to...
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    So you think itís acceptable for a president to...

    So you think itís acceptable for a president to extort foreign countries for personal benefit. Duly noted.
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