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    So actually thinking about minimizing both...

    So actually thinking about minimizing both appliances and gas, I got the induction burner, because I can use it to boil water (not the most impressive task but all a teakettle does). Working fine, it...
  2. Russian sage is pretty but my first thought is...

    Russian sage is pretty but my first thought is not as drought tolerant as other sages (such as germander sage, autumn sage, etc.). I'm pretty committed to the minimal watering. Not even previously...
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    I think you are right about the impact of...

    I think you are right about the impact of unemployment, little can be so devastating to individuals. I don't weigh in here or there on Biden, as in 6 months we could be in severe recession,...
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    What is the estimate of people who can't work due...

    What is the estimate of people who can't work due to long covid now? 1 million, 4 million?
  5. The well connected don't necessarily send their...

    The well connected don't necessarily send their kids to private schools, but if it's public schools. it's in "good school districts". The cost of admission is high either way, but the latter is...
  6. they won't answer it because they can't. How do...

    they won't answer it because they can't. How do parents have any possible way to make those decisions? They don't really. Like ok, well connected parents make them by word of mouth, by prestige,...
  7. If people were so good at evaluating the quality...

    If people were so good at evaluating the quality of education why did for profit colleges exist? I mean it's a little more complex than that there, as it wasn't just quality of education (which...
  8. Most of the time, are there other things I'd...

    Most of the time, are there other things I'd rather or be better off spending the money on? I do have some taken for the 401k right off the top so I don't see that, but I change the contributions up...
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    Possibly test for sleep apnea. I suppose if one...

    Possibly test for sleep apnea. I suppose if one had covid this might be an after effect too, especially if it had lot of lung involvement. I'm not a doctor, I don't play one on t.v.. But could be...
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    I hear a great deal of people have given up Fox...

    I hear a great deal of people have given up Fox for OAN and the like due to Trump. So yea that's where many are actually getting their news.
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    If you were a chimera couldn't you actually have...

    If you were a chimera couldn't you actually have organs with different DNA (male and female even). DES hasn't been used in decades. So we are talking early Gen X and boomers.
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    I haven't decided if it's net good or bad on the...

    I haven't decided if it's net good or bad on the climate part. It's certainly not all good from a climate perspective. The deal with Manchin was on easing permits for fossil fuel infrastructure...
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    that's probably how they do things now, I...

    that's probably how they do things now, I graduated high school at 17, and skipped no grades.
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    I think the whole question is utterly irrelevant....

    I think the whole question is utterly irrelevant. I don't think politicians actually CAN risk arrest in the same way normal people can. Because their privilege protects them from the consequences. ...
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    I'd just give women more time, 4 or 5 months. i...

    I'd just give women more time, 4 or 5 months. i don't particularly think monitoring things all the time is very reasonable at all (noone who trusts their birth control or double birth control or...
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    i think those things are the bare minimums to...

    i think those things are the bare minimums to limit access to abortion. I mean the truth is i don't see how limiting access to abortion ever works at all. but if it it does i can try to understand...
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    I think it probably gets into uncomparable...

    I think it probably gets into uncomparable things. Like far more financial help for having a baby including as a single mother, and far more access to healthcare for abortion early on and to birth...
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    If I had to set a time (although plenty...

    If I had to set a time (although plenty problematic in reality), I would set it at maybe half way through the pregnancy, 4 or 5 months. I don't care about trimesters. I don't see why we should put...
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    it's as much that the government of those states...

    it's as much that the government of those states may not even be in alignment with the wishes of the people of those states, due to heavy gerrymandering etc.. So most of the people of those states...
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    and if voters were informed, rational, sensible,...

    and if voters were informed, rational, sensible, knew much about the world*, the critique would actually be about specifics of governing, this or that actual law passed for instance. Not about...
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    There are advantages to being married. That...

    There are advantages to being married. That occasionally in rare circumstances outweigh the disadvantages to being married :laff:
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    I read Daly's Beyond Growth. I tried to get...

    I read Daly's Beyond Growth. I tried to get through another book called Prosperity Without Growth by Tim Jackson, but it was just endless chapters on growth is bad without even getting to whatever...
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    Men couldn't be relied upon to take birth...

    Men couldn't be relied upon to take birth control. Even wearing a condom is too much for most.
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    I honestly think this involves avoiding vast...

    I honestly think this involves avoiding vast quantities of the men out there. And I'm all for it.
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    no that's probably a lot of what is behind it. ...

    no that's probably a lot of what is behind it. Mind you when these guys were young they would probably sleep with any woman who would have them. They, not women, were the ones super amped up on...
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