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 on: Today at 04:29:14 pm 
Started by PittsburghSteel - Last post by Alabama_Indy10
Oh the uproar if people talked about Michelle Obama this way.

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 on: Today at 04:28:33 pm 
Started by Compassion Fills the Void - Last post by L.D. Smith, Aggie! It's Real Expenses Again
South Park is easily the funniest animated show on television.

Rick and Morty says hi, and that's just for adult aimed cartoons.
Rick and Morty is overrated IMO.

So're both of these joke options. It's Bohemian Liberal Hackery vs Libertarian Hackery down to a T.

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 on: Today at 04:28:15 pm 
Started by Compassion Fills the Void - Last post by JGibson
South Park, bar none.

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 on: Today at 04:28:13 pm 
Started by Siren - Last post by Santander
I should say the only way I've ever enjoyed dark chocolate was in small amounts eaten alongside espresso. I have an aversion to bitter things but smoky intense espresso actually combats the bittersweet of dark chocolate and makes it quite palatable, if still not something I'd seek out.



My favorite. Also conveniently named after me.

Scharffen Berger 70% dark with sea salt is terrific, too. And American. Smiley

So the social liberal likes whites and the social conservative likes darks? lol

I like milk chocolate the best, personally.

When I talk about my black friends, I mean the chocolate bars in the pantry.

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 on: Today at 04:28:09 pm 
Started by Mr. Illini - Last post by Sir Mohamed
Massive HP. War monger big league.

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 on: Today at 04:27:12 pm 
Started by dead0man - Last post by Ebsy
Could be due to decades of disinvestment in public education by reactionary thugs in state legislatures around the country.

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 on: Today at 04:26:31 pm 
Started by Vega - Last post by ❤️Jacinda for PM❤️
Any chance the polls are doing what they did in the UK, and adjusting their weightings to the point of being irrelevant?

Seems to be the pattern when their is a sudden change followed by wild fluctuations

I'm pretty sure I heard that Colmar Brunton changed their weighting with their last poll.

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 on: Today at 04:26:15 pm 
Started by darklordoftech - Last post by Santander

So they raise the drinking age to 18, like in most European countries... how exactly is that "Americanization" from a random report that nobody in America read, let alone Europe?
I can't help but get bitter when people insist that Europe's drinking laws haven't changed whatsoever.

Nobody is saying laws haven't changed. You made an assertion that a US government report led to "Americanization" of attitudes towards alcohol in Europe without establishing any sort of evidence-based causality. Your claim also went beyond mere legislative influence (which you have yet to provide evidence of), and claimed cultural influence from a government report that literally nobody read, which is just laughable.

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 on: Today at 04:24:43 pm 
Started by darklordoftech - Last post by rbk
Yes because people were arguing about that?

In Britain - and especially in Scotland, where IceAge originates from - their has been serious questions about our drinking culture and how it differs from the continent, especially in Southern Europe. In fact a lot of New Labour alcohol policy was a bit of governmental societal experiments to see if the British public could be prodded into a cafe culture over the common tradition of drinking to the last drop and then smashing each other with glass bottles. But it's certainly not cause of America - if anything the NHS is a bigger cause.

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 on: Today at 04:23:42 pm 
Started by Franzl - Last post by Beezer
Final FGW/ZDF poll has the SPD heading for an all-time low:


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