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Cutter 1 point ago +1 / -0

Just a gentle reminder what happens when people speak out of turn... when Mark Kelly's wife got shot, one of the other victims (who had also been shot!) went on a bit of a screaming rant, and was arrested for it. In "freedom of speech is in our Constitution" land.

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Cutter 2 points ago +2 / -0

An optimist would proclaim, "It doesn't get any better than this!" and a pessimist would fear that he's right.

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Cutter 1 point ago +1 / -0

As I read it the real question is if the second in command is an FBI informant, why wasn't the FBI charged, if not with Seditious Conspiracy then with aiding and abetting same?

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Cutter 10 points ago +10 / -0

and THEN can we get the paper ballots counted in the public square and the inkjar to stick yer pinky in?

I love technology, but NOT when it's used against me.

Speaking of which, has TWD fixed its logout, or are all of the clueless ones still providing a realtime connection through which their every move can be monitored 24/7?

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Cutter 1 point ago +1 / -0

Sadly, part of this "phenomenon" is simply human nature.

Part of the way the human brain is hard-wired is to focus on "new" data and gloss over old/stale/repetitive data. So if, for example, there are numerous instances of black-on-white violence, and few instances of discriminatory conduct directed at blacks by whites, the latter receives the most attention by the "hard-wired" parts of the brain.

Obviously, a sentient person can override this instinctive thought pattern, but let's face it; if most people did, advertisers wouldn't spend millions of dollars on TV ads that appeal to emotion rather than "common" sense.

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Cutter 3 points ago +3 / -0

I came here to comment, " a heluva lot more than are gonna play your game".

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Cutter 1 point ago +1 / -0

I has a question: here in my little city, the head of the elections department for many years, as well as most of the people in his employ and/or circles, is a FLAMING democrat.

How can we fix such issues, and prevent them from arising in the future?

One issue (besides tabulating machines connected to phone lines) I remember from when I worked the polls several years ago was when there were supposed to be two observers; one Democrat and one Republican. I was a registered Libertarian at the time (!) and when asked I so indicated, but was told, "ok, you'll do." I realize it's a small transgression, but multiply it by the number of people involved, and it's part of a huge problem.

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Cutter 3 points ago +3 / -0

Something to think about: After I voted in person in NW Arizona, I called the number that was listed on this site to report election irregularities. The reason I called was because my completed paper ballot was placed in a box, and I don't remember it being that way when I worked the polls several years ago.

Anyway, my first takeaway was at the polling place. I provided my driver license, which was electronically scanned by the person checking me in. Not sure I like that, because I have no knowledge of WHAT information was taken from that (commercial) license, or where it will end up. Her computer printed a little receipt, which I had to relinquish to get my ballot, which, when completed and submitted, because it's not legal to take pictures in the voting area and because it ended up in a box, I have absolutely no record of how I voted. (Other than if I were given access to all the ballots from that location, I could pick mine out).

But back to the call; the first question I was asked was to provide my name and phone number "in case we get cut off". While on the call, the lady I spoke with appeared to be taking notes, and regarding my question about the ballot handling, commented, "I'm sure it will be tabulated", which to me is a YUUGE red flag. Before calling, I followed the link provided here to the web site, and wouldn'tcha know it, it's NOT set up at all, except for a form to submit information.

For background, I'm the guy that has said for a decade or more that if I wanted to depopulate the planet, I'd do it with a slow-acting toxin in the "free" flu (and now shingles) shots that SOMEONE is spending big bucks advertising on TV. In a few years, when people start dying off, I rationalized, even if they figure it out, what are they going to do?

So my closing question here is, has anybody vetted the people who are supposedly documenting and/or investigating potential voter fraud... because if I wanted to figure out how to best COMMIT voter fraud, I'd create a hotline where people identify themselves as potential whistleblowers while simultaneously providing me with useful information on where my techniques need improving.

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Cutter 1 point ago +1 / -0

So let's try this in longhand:

"I'm Meghan McCain, and I think that Making America Great Again is POISON."

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Cutter 2 points ago +2 / -0

I dunno if I'd go so far as to say there's no such thing as a democrat success story in the U.S.

I look at it more like democrat success is to America as mold is to fresh fruit... maybe good for the democrat, but doesn't do much for our nation.

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Cutter 1 point ago +1 / -0

Regarding all the "never trust her" and "I dunno, maybe she changed" comments, why do so few people understand that it's possible to work with people even if you don't agree with them on everything, or even trust them?

If she wants to push our agenda, let her,

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Cutter 2 points ago +2 / -0

Do you mean "ended", or just "...ended"?

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Cutter 3 points ago +3 / -0

Or to put it another way, if you can't avoid something, learn to use it to your advantage.

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Cutter 0 points ago +1 / -1

When I challenged an entry on MY credit reports that claimed that I had opened a Lane Bryant account when I was 13, all three claimed that they reviewed the information and determined it was correct. But you go on believing what the TV tells you.

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Cutter 2 points ago +2 / -0

I use Firefox, but wouldn't trust is as far as I can spit. My copy is neutered via heavily customized firewall so it can't do the things it normally does, like monitoring EVERYTHING you do and reporting back like a good little browser.

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Cutter -1 points ago +1 / -2

Credit scores are 99% BS and don't care about available credit. The higher your balance (if you make payments), the higher your score, based on my observations.

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Cutter 2 points ago +2 / -0

And we, dearest PeePal, are sorry for the confusion us telling you to F**k off has caused.

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Cutter 1 point ago +1 / -0

Am I misinterpreting, or does "Access to abortion is a human right" basically claim that killing humans is a human right?

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