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nonrate 1 point ago +1 / -0

I don't believe this analysis for a second. It makes no mention of new species discovered, either, nor does it admit new species may have evolved that have not been discovered yet. "We" are not causing some cataclysmic extinction of other species due to our existence, there's simply no evidence of that.

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nonrate 1 point ago +1 / -0

You mean anyone that bought in the last 3 years on an ARM loan right? Fixed rate buyers only have to worry about the fact that they might not be able to sell and buy new for a while.

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nonrate 1 point ago +1 / -0

And you make a good point, who is the better alternative. I truly believes there are hundreds of thousands of them, but as in the very distant past, we the people need to seek out and find them and then nominate them. The current trend is to accept those that self-nominate and that wasn't how it used to be done (and I believe why we have such poor quality candidates overall).

So I could not tell you specifically who, but I have to believe the better is out there and I hope the people of Colorado find who that is.

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nonrate -9 points ago +2 / -11

She has become a liability. She needs to be replaced imo. If this was a democrat with a fantastic leftist voting record you'd be shitting all over her. Don't fall into the follow the tribe trap. Colorado can do better at this point, she showed her cards. And for me it's the stupid lie about the vaping. Petty, small, but it demonstrates she's willing and capable and we really don't need that right now. Same reason I didn't side with democrats about Lewinsky "Awww it's just a sex act no big deal". No, Clinton lied about it and tried to deceive the public and got caught.

I refuse to mindlessly follow the tribe, I'm calling this the same way I would as if it were a democrat.

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nonrate -3 points ago +7 / -10

Do you really want high-school mentalities in congress? She acted immature and lied about it initially. Colorado can do better.

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nonrate 2 points ago +2 / -0

But they're so much better at lying and deceiving. It's really the only skill they have and they do it well. It might be better to figure out how to get them to turn on themselves.

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nonrate 6 points ago +6 / -0

15 years ago someone told me how he was arrested and fighting his city because they wouldn't mow the lawn in a small park, so he went and did it himself. He got in trouble for mowing a lawn. We devolved quite a while ago.

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nonrate 6 points ago +6 / -0

they want me to pay $189 to read that article. they can fuck off.

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nonrate 1 point ago +1 / -0

It would be useless for the homeless, they're on the street for a reason. They want to be there. Very few homeless would accept a "home" provided by anyone that has rules and conditions attached to it. I'm not saying this because I'm guessing, I had family that used to be homeless and this is what they told me.

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nonrate 2 points ago +2 / -0

Whether or not you believe is up to you, as long as one accepts it could be true. At the end of the day, a belief is a choice. Facts aren't. If the story has any credibility at all, the claims should be investigated.

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nonrate 3 points ago +3 / -0

I first hear Sinclair in an interview on Jeff Rense in 2007 about this, and several more through the years. His story has not changed. I find it believable for the most part. I've experienced too much weird shit in my life to submit Occam's Razor as the answer.

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nonrate 2 points ago +2 / -0

I don't recall him saying that he put the coke he bought into the pipe, just that he pulled out a pipe and started smoking it. Barry may have had his own stash and paid the 250 for the coke larry used.

What I don't believe is his motive for contacting the campaign. This guy clearly, by his own admissions, was a slimeball. I doubt he contacted the campaign for the good of the "people", but rather to shake them down for a bunch of cash to stay quiet. Tucker really should have asked that question.

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nonrate 0 points ago +1 / -1

This is economic ninja and now runs a channel updating on his interpretation of the current economic situation. He has nothing to fear losing his job as he is worth quite a bit. In fact, I am pretty sure he said he used to be a firefighter and deals mainly in real estate now and selling courses.

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nonrate 0 points ago +1 / -1

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nonrate 1 point ago +1 / -0

I'm not being stupid, it would work. It's not ideal but it would work, guaranteed. You have a better idea?

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nonrate 7 points ago +7 / -0

I could support that if they forfeit their right to vote. Why should a citizen that takes and not contribute be allowed to vote?

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