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SisterCovfefe 1 point ago +1 / -0

Me, either.

Why would Trump take those types of documents?

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SisterCovfefe 1 point ago +1 / -0

I'm not sure what to think about this.

On the one hand, it seems she's not taking her decision lightly. On the other, it feels like offering up a sacrifice, even if she doesn't see it that way.

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SisterCovfefe 2 points ago +2 / -0

A friend of mine said Jill looked like she'd stumbled out of the bingo parlor on her way to the liquor store to buy a pack of Pall Malls.

Hahaha

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SisterCovfefe 1 point ago +1 / -0

I believe this is bullshit bc if Trump DID want documents destroyed he would have assigned someone to do it.

That someone would have used a standard shredder, not ripped the paper into conveniently large chunks.

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SisterCovfefe 2 points ago +2 / -0

Huh?

I would understand the ruling if the allegations were made by someone associated w House of Cards.

But if there wasn't, Kevin Spacey wasn't the one who decided to halt production.

He should appeal.

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SisterCovfefe 1 point ago +1 / -0

Unless they're rich, old folks in Spain don't have ac. It's too expensive plus there's a 21% IVA

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SisterCovfefe 1 point ago +1 / -0

The bureaucracy is strong in Spain.

Someone will know (and/or tell)

!Por la Patria¡ !viva¡

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SisterCovfefe 3 points ago +3 / -0

I'm almost 60.

I never made over 50k until my children had moved away from home, but I was able to finance a home and finance a car as a single mom.

Money was tight, not gonna lie. My ex had a different idea of what half of expenses actually meant but I made it in large part bc I hadn't been priced out of the market.

My children are in good situations, fortunately, but the kids I work with now have a different reality than I had at their age.

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SisterCovfefe 1 point ago +1 / -0

The article's been corrected to 27C.

We lived wo AC the entire time we lived in Spain. The walls are thick and where we lived everyone had either awnings or persianas (metal shades on a track). Learning to manage the shades was key to being comfortable, although the afternoon could get sweltering no matter what.

People wait for the sun to go down and the land breeze to come up before going out.

I believe this law will effect businesses the most (many of which already kept the AC around than 25C/77F.) The electric rates in Spain are high.

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SisterCovfefe 1 point ago +1 / -0

Meh. They decided to hear the cases separately which frees her to rule in one of them.

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SisterCovfefe 8 points ago +8 / -0

I have long complained about our national food model which tries to make arid California into the nation's vegetable garden.

Food supplied locally and regionally with imported "exotics" is a more sustainable model, imo.

But muh avocado toast and almond milk!

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SisterCovfefe 1 point ago +1 / -0

The description of the event in the article is the least biased I've read.

Certainly not the way the event was portrayed in the media at the time.

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SisterCovfefe 1 point ago +1 / -0

Saw this happening before we left Spain. Investment groups were buying up the pisos, doing a minimal remodel and renting them out.

Bro Covfefe's cousins all owned their pisos outright. They are all in their 50s and 60s.

One cousin lives in a home that has been in her family for 200 years. She doesn't have any children, so why not sell and retire to the beach?

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