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CharlieMike 1 point ago +1 / -0

Those tech companies are often in locations that are created bubbles separate from reality. It tends to insulate the employee from feeling the pain of the true middle class.

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CharlieMike 5 points ago +5 / -0

I’m sure the internet and the growth of basement dwellers and raising children with computers/smart devices instead of activities related to the outdoors had something to do with it.

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CharlieMike 7 points ago +7 / -0

Epoch Health just had article by Sherri Tenpenny on how ineffective the flu shot is in reality. The surface protein can change while being incubated in chicken egg so that it doesn’t match the strain in circulation. Basically just a crapshoot of whether it provides any benefit vs potential harm.

Makes me wonder the effectiveness any vaccine.

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CharlieMike 1 point ago +1 / -0

Reports are that after finding out Paramount owned the publisher, he pulled out of the deal.

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CharlieMike 3 points ago +3 / -0

Add term limits then you will have it.

Oh, and no office holder can be employed as an analyst, corporate officer, have a book deal, or become a lobbyist for 10 years after the end of term in office.

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CharlieMike 2 points ago +3 / -1

Nancy has a D by her name, is that preferable?

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CharlieMike 1 point ago +1 / -0

The Japanese naval codes weren’t broken until after the Pearl Harbor attack and prior to the Battle of Midway. The Japanese used crypto books whereas the Germans used mechanical encryption. The Japanese changed their books periodically. The US had been breaking into the Japanese consulate in NY in the 1920s and photographing the code book. These were mainly diplomatic codes and they changed in the late 1930s.

The Japanese naval codes had changed in December 1940, changed again around June 1941 and changed again on December 4, 1941. In order to crack these codes, we had to intercept large volumes of messages to compare character to word usage and to unencrypted plain text messages. Look up JN25 and JN25B (Japanese Navy General Operations Code) and Station HYPO (US Navy Cryptology).

As a side note, the Japanese had also successfully cracked our codes and the British codes prior to the initiation of hostilities.

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CharlieMike 1 point ago +1 / -0

They should seek reparations from the individuals/tribes that captured and sold them into slavery. THAT is where the real crime occurred.

And while they are at it the Dutch first, then the British should also kick in for transportation of the slaves.

But the reality is slavery and indentured servitude (called slavery in the Old Testament) had been a global economic practice since before the birth of Christ.

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CharlieMike 3 points ago +3 / -0

Yeah, but aren’t non-whites over-represented by hippo and crocodile attacks?

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CharlieMike 3 points ago +3 / -0

I checked his record and could only find 14 years…

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CharlieMike 8 points ago +8 / -0

These are the only two on the ballot? And you can’t count in a few hours? So basically, you just admitted that the steal is planned.

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CharlieMike 2 points ago +2 / -0

Additionally, the Rinocrats had to send a clear message. Lake was one, if not THE, most popular Trump endorsed candidates. Taking her down is intended to show that the Trump endorsements are a detriment to winning and something to be avoided. Call it a blue pill for potential candidates. Designed to diminish the enthusiasm and support brought about by Trump.

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CharlieMike 1 point ago +1 / -0

Now he gets to teach incarcerated pedos how to file appeals. He should have just been introduced to the wall for target practice.

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CharlieMike 1 point ago +1 / -0

The Disney legislature wasn’t a cave as some have mentioned, the Florida legislature rushed a bill for DeSantis signatures, which he did. However, the legislature was slow to realize that the special district allows Disney to “tax” itself to provide services like fire rescue. The local tax payers would have had to foot the bill as well as acquire outstanding debt which could be as high as $1billion. I also heard but have not verified that all outstanding bonds would have to be satisfied before the dissolution could legally occur.

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CharlieMike 10 points ago +10 / -0

This is just an act in hopes of “Amnesty”. No physician should recommend anything they are not willing to take themselves. Bitch needs her license revoked.

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CharlieMike 2 points ago +2 / -0

Weren’t the BLM and Antifa scum allowed to Dox individuals without recourse? Reap what you sow.

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CharlieMike 3 points ago +3 / -0

Couldn’t agree more. Last job I had my director put me on all his committees in his place. What a waste of time. Nine different committees, nothing was ever accomplished. Just a bunch of slackers getting together to eat pastries, drink coffee and read useless reports. Total waste of my time.

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CharlieMike 12 points ago +12 / -0

You should never pray for someone’s death. It should be for help…help this lost soul find his way to hell.

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CharlieMike 1 point ago +1 / -0

Doesn’t matter. Climate alarmist will ignore facts or examples counter to their arguments because they have already decided THEY are in the right and everyone else is just lying.

Just like some of the vaxxed still believe that it is the right thing to do because their minds were made up with the first round of fear mongering propaganda.

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CharlieMike 1 point ago +1 / -0

There is a large Jewish contingent in the three south Florida counties that have been historically blue and have had the most voting issues. Maybe he started paying more attention to that area for a reason.

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CharlieMike 2 points ago +2 / -0

I recently talked to a couple of people who took the original shot without paying attention to the counter argument. Then, they started paying attention and refused the boosters. Now, refusing all vaccines because they no longer trust in them. Unfortunately, they live in fear that the one shot is going to kill them in the near future.

I feel sorry for them because their lives went from happy normal lives to fearful and paranoid and feel like they no longer have a future.

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