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  1. I did not know that. I imagine adopting...

    I did not know that. I imagine adopting internationally has it’s own barriers,too.
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    Seems to me like that's how Donald got elected,...

    Seems to me like that's how Donald got elected, but I accept the process. I think the immediacy of the media and access to large and various forms of information that may or not be correct has...
  3. Part of the rationale behind limiting children is...

    Part of the rationale behind limiting children is related to population growth and the fact that each additional person will be a source greenhouse gasses through their lifetime. So it's not so much...
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    I'm reminded of Malcolm Gladwell's paradox of...

    I'm reminded of Malcolm Gladwell's paradox of choice. Some choice is better than than none, but it doesn't follow that more choice is better than some, because of analysis paralysis.
  5. Thread: Impeachment?

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    For the record, use (or abuse) of multiple...

    For the record, use (or abuse) of multiple executive orders is not unique to "imperial president" Obama or Trump. It's easy information to verify. It appears it is integral to the position through...
  6. Thread: Impeachment?

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    Among the crowds I run with, a few years ago you...

    Among the crowds I run with, a few years ago you could have substituted Obama for Trump and it would have rung true. Then it was Hillary, but not quite as strongly expressed.
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    This has always hit me as close, but not perfect....

    This has always hit me as close, but not perfect.

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  8. There are a lot of elderly mothers who are big...

    There are a lot of elderly mothers who are big into becoming grandmothers and revisiting the child rearing experience. There were some expectations in my family along those lines.
  9. The next generations are going to have shape...

    The next generations are going to have shape policy, study the sciences, and lead or just be solid responsible citizens, and someone is going to have to do it. I'd far rather have a responsible...
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    I agree with much of the other's advice. ...

    I agree with much of the other's advice. However, if you are looking at financial security and it's either all in on stocks or all in on real estate, I'd be thinking about some diversity of asset...
  11. ”Most people” do not take climate change serious...

    ”Most people” do not take climate change serious enough to make any significant lifestyle changes.
  12. Thread: Impeachment?

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    I think any public official suspected of abuse of...

    I think any public official suspected of abuse of power, bribery, witness intimidation, obstruction of justice or any other crimes should be investigated fully. If they choose to surround themselves...
  13. Thread: Impeachment?

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    Was there corruption or just a conflict of...

    Was there corruption or just a conflict of interest?

    https://www.factcheck.org/2019/09/trump-twists-facts-on-biden-and-ukraine/
  14. Thread: Impeachment?

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    Seems reasonable to me. I've mentioned before...

    Seems reasonable to me. I've mentioned before that they had to get Capone on tax evasion. If nothing else comes of the various investigations at least they've flushed Donald's thug and criminal...
  15. Seemed like a reasonable article to me. Not so...

    Seemed like a reasonable article to me. Not so much about not having kids, but the thought process involved related to climate change. I suspect it is something a lot of the younger generations...
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    That might have been the case early on in the...

    That might have been the case early on in the investigation, but now all of the information has pretty been verified. Unfortunately some of the first hand witnesses are being blocked from...
  17. Thread: Impeachment?

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    One thing I don't get, beyond even Trump, is the...

    One thing I don't get, beyond even Trump, is the effort to out the whistle blower. It was brought up several times in the impeachment hearings. After Donald himself implied he/she was guilty of...
  18. Thread: Impeachment?

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    Regardless of the so called pre-determined...

    Regardless of the so called pre-determined outcome that a Senate vote may hold, I think the public needs to know the facts that are being presented. Otherwise the president or his minions will...
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    Relative to the other issues, the pet dogs seem...

    Relative to the other issues, the pet dogs seem about as important as what the democrats had for lunch.
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    The lines of he said she said are a little...

    The lines of he said she said are a little difficult to follow, but it seems to me the ones with more direct knowledge have been blocked by the White House from testifying. I've wondered where the...
  21. Thread: Your Star

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    I've always been partian to the North Star. ...

    I've always been partian to the North Star. Being slightly directionally impaired I can get oriented by the mountains in daylight but at night the North Star is helpful in orientation.
  22. Thread: Boy, that Dow

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    That's my opinion also. I still flinch a little...

    That's my opinion also. I still flinch a little thinking about the financial melt down and how much some people lost in the market based on an over exuberance in equities. Of course it came back...
  23. From my quick look up his activism goes beyond...

    From my quick look up his activism goes beyond his foraging. I respect what he does but have to wonder if a lifestyle so different and difficult would inspire change or just turn them off as a goof...
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    Our hometown boy, Mike Bennett, is still hanging...

    Our hometown boy, Mike Bennett, is still hanging in even though he's not qualified for the debates since early on. He's a moderate and from my view is a good politician but his shortcoming is that...
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    I just finished, "Mornings on Horseback" by David...

    I just finished, "Mornings on Horseback" by David McCullough. The timeline runs from Roosevelt's early family life, his days spent out west, his beginnings in politics, and pretty much ends right...
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