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 on: Today at 04:37:55 am 
Started by Kodratos - Last post by angryGreatness
Age: 18
Gender: Male
Race/ethnic composition: White/Dutch-Irish
Religion: None
Height: 6'1
Weight: 250 lbs.
Location: Sequim, WA
Where you were born: Port Angeles, WA
Occupation: Laundromat attendant
Person you most admire: Paul Wellstone
Favorite President: FDR
Favorite Sports team: Seattle Seahawks
Political Orientation: Progressive Democrat
Favorite Bands: Andrew Jackson Jihad, Modest Mouse, Timber Timbre, The Roots, LCD Soundsystem
Favorite Musical Genre: Indie rock
Favorite TV Shows: The Daily Show, The Wire, Rick & Morty, Breaking Bad, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
Favorite Video games: Fallout, Dark Souls, Dead Rising, Pokemon
Favorite Color: Green
Siblings: A younger brother (16)
Relationship Status: Single.
Member of Atlas since: January 2013
Ever attracted to same sex: Somewhat
Other interests: Video Games, music, history

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 on: Today at 04:20:48 am 
Started by Anton Kreitzer - Last post by Fmr. President & Senator Polnut
Still doesn't change the fact that the union leadership does not represent the views of their membership.

It's sad the union movement refuses to change... at their own detriment.

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 on: Today at 04:19:04 am 
Started by badgate - Last post by badgate
ARIZONA FOR BALDWIN



Welcome back! We can shockingly call Arizona for President Baldwin. Many are attributing this change in fortunes to the recent announcement of a new military base in central Arizona. Maine, which was called and has a margin of 12,000 votes will be recounted within the coming weeks. We have a few more calls as well as 11:00 o'clock states.


California for Baldwin

Hawai'i for Baldwin

Idaho for Love

North Dakota for Love

Oregon for Baldwin

Washington for Baldwin

IOWA FOR BALDWIN

NEVADA FOR BALDWIN



The new state of Puerto Rico, with 7 electoral votes, goes to President Baldwin with over 60% of the vote. Puerto Rico's addition to the Union raised the threshold to win the electoral college: 274 electoral votes are needed to win.






Baldwin/Cordray - 267
Love/Kean - 265


COLORADO FOR BALDWIN








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Baldwin/Cordray - 277
Love/Kean - 268

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 on: Today at 04:07:34 am 
Started by henster - Last post by angryGreatness
I have a severely autistic brother who is in a group home, and I use the word "retard" all the time. Why? Because Iím not oversensitive and I am not actually calling my brother it.  an asshole.

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 on: Today at 04:05:03 am 
Started by ElectionsGuy - Last post by Horus
I hate questions like this. Very weak agreement.

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 on: Today at 04:04:44 am 
Started by IceSpear - Last post by DeadPrez
She's an establishment candidate and arguably for the elite. She isn't anything.

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 on: Today at 04:02:13 am 
Started by TDAS04 - Last post by Assemblyman Cassius
Labour, Hugh Gaitskell was one of the best leaders of the Labour Party

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_general_election,_1952

The Catholic National Party looks good...

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Assembly_for_Wales_election,_2011

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 on: Today at 04:01:38 am 
Started by Ethelberth - Last post by Enno von Loewenstern
From The Independent

"The UK Independence Party is on course to win the largest share of the vote in elections for the European Parliament in May, according to a ComRes opinion poll for The Independent on Sunday. Nigel Farage's Ukip is in the lead on 30 per cent, two points ahead of Labour, on 28 per cent, with the Conservatives in third place on 21 per cent and the Liberal Democrats on only 8 per cent.

Such a result would be a remarkable victory for a party with no MPs, and would probably double Ukip's 13 seats in the Brussels parliament that it won four years ago. It would be a bitter blow to David Cameron, whose party is already deeply anxious about the threat of Ukip eating into its vote in the general election next year."

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 on: Today at 04:01:36 am 
Started by Cincinnatus - Last post by Senator bore
Nay

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 on: Today at 04:00:23 am 
Started by Хahar - Last post by angryGreatness
1) Seattle Seahawks
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4) Seattle Mariners


If watching paint dry was a sport, Mariners would rank as #5.

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