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Nimblenavigator1 2 points ago +2 / -0

He’s a lefty. She’s a leftist. Important difference!

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Nimblenavigator1 1 point ago +1 / -0

Wow, Sean Hannity has really let himself go.

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Nimblenavigator1 1 point ago +1 / -0

I work for a large professional services firm that is required to maintain independence. Accordingly, we are subject to certain independence requirements. One of which is linking our brokerage accounts to a system that checks all activity against a restricted entity list. Why can’t we hold our elected officials to similar independence requirements, especially when they’re the ones who imposed the aforementioned requirements in the first place?

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Nimblenavigator1 27 points ago +27 / -0

Believe it or not, he’s fairly based. His family members were political prisoners under Castro.

"My family comes from communism, they fled communism, they had everything taken away from them, everybody got murdered, everybody got killed. That's the reason me, being a first-generation Cuban American, I look at freedom and I appreciate that s***. I appreciate opportunity. That comes from the fact that Castro took over everything."

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.theblaze.com/amp/rapper-pitbull-communism-lockdowns-cuba-2650344529

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Nimblenavigator1 2 points ago +2 / -0

You’re goddamn right we are. Does this faggot know we’ve worn that term as a badge of honor for years now?

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Nimblenavigator1 3 points ago +3 / -0

Kroger. Told ‘em I got back from a cruise (true) and was concerned about higher transmissibility worms (and other vector borne illnesses). No issues.

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Nimblenavigator1 2 points ago +2 / -0

I admire the conviction. But do you think they’ll give a shit? They’ll just see it as another opportunity to promote a woke general.

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Nimblenavigator1 3 points ago +3 / -0

I don’t even necessarily have an issue with mRNA vaccines categorically. I don’t know enough to opine. I had both Pfizer shots very early on before more of the vaccine issues started to emerge. I felt like absolute shit for 48 hours after each, but that was the extent of it. In hindsight, I assumed something with a terrible risk:reward. And I have a very high risk tolerance. I want “the science” to be right, but I have lost faith in our institutions. I don’t like it when Alex Jones is right, because some of the stuff he predicts is absolutely horrid. But at this point, he’s got the better track record.

With boosters and such, is that a game I want to keep playing? Hell no. My dad takes a blood thinner for a hereditary clotting issue, and given the clotting issues, fact that he was already taking blood thinners is the only thing that kept him from clots.

It’s also the principle. It is unethical to use coercion to force people to take a vaccine. really, that’s all there’s to it.

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Nimblenavigator1 1 point ago +1 / -0

That would be preferable to mandatory clot shots tbf

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Nimblenavigator1 2 points ago +2 / -0

TX. No guarantee they will fill it, but evidently they do not have a blanket policy of refusing to fill it. Pharmacist asked for my weight to confirm the dose, but that was really about it. Probably wouldn’t be a wise idea to bring up COVID tho.

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Nimblenavigator1 5 points ago +5 / -0

Paris is a filthy shithole. Overrun by gypsy and migrant scammers, graffiti, absolutely filthy streets. New York (even under DeBlasio) is immaculate by comparison. There’s even a term for the disappointment that ensues when people realize Paris does not live up to their romanticized expects.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paris_syndrome

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Nimblenavigator1 1 point ago +1 / -0

We figured out how to split the atom for abundances of electricity, and yet they continue to push this nonsense.

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Nimblenavigator1 3 points ago +3 / -0

Wait, if a Salesforce employee is so liberal that she wants to leave Texas because she can’t get abortions on demand, Salesforce will pay her to move? This is winning already.

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Nimblenavigator1 1 point ago +1 / -0

“The proof of the pudding is in the eating”-Actual quote from Joe Biden

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Nimblenavigator1 2 points ago +2 / -0

The policy that went into force when Silverstein and the consortium of investors purchased the leasehold? I’ve worked in re/insurance so I actually do know a little bit about these matters.

Standard commercial property policies at the time did not specifically exclude acts of terrorism. Post-9/11, terrorism cover is generally a separate rider/endorsement. But again, it was just part of the standard cover. If anything, they were woefully underinsured given the massive replacement costs. Very extensive and drawn out litigation with the carriers.

Even now, the owners or leaseholders on a commercial high-rise are going to have that endorsement. Generally required by the lenders/lessor, or even owning the building outright, it’s considered a best practice.

Lots of head scratchers, but the insurance is not one of them.

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Nimblenavigator1 1 point ago +1 / -0

How are they going to avoid that conflict? By selling our country up the river!

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