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 41 
 on: Today at 12:46:04 am 
Started by hangfan91 - Last post by tweed
it was for the vast majority of human history, construing the definition of pedophilia widely, as it often is in the current discourse.  people drop the pedo-bomb on men who go after 16 and 17 year olds!  SJWs dropped the pedo-bomb on people that looked at McKayla Maroney's leaked pics!  the age of consent was 10 in plenty of US states as late as the late 1880s.

 42 
 on: Today at 12:43:50 am 
Started by Yelnoc - Last post by Goldwater


Governor Bigby (I-GA)/Senator Celticempire (I-SC) - 282 EVs
Senator TNF (S-IL)/Governor Snowstalker (S-PA) - 256 EVs

 43 
 on: Today at 12:43:19 am 
Started by Scott - Last post by Badger
Good one.

 44 
 on: Today at 12:41:58 am 
Started by Tender Branson - Last post by memphis
Zell am See's population is less than 10,000 so there would be no need for more than one municipal graveyard.
I'm unfamiliar with how such things operate in Austria. Are cemeteries run by the municipality? Here, cemeteries are a private enterprise and there are many of them, sometimes related to specific churches or denominations.

 45 
 on: Today at 12:39:35 am 
Started by Scott - Last post by Badger
It is now the party of Jefferson Davis, Rush Limbaugh, Louie Gohmert and Ted Cruz.

Well, take a favorability poll today for Jeff Davis and correlate it to party ID........

With a statement like that, I have to wonder why you'd be a Republican if you think so negatively of your own party...

NORTHERN Republican, sir. Grin That allows me to acknowledge neo-Confederates are a pack of asshats. As are tools like Louis Gohmert.

 46 
 on: Today at 12:39:26 am 
Started by New Canadaland - Last post by New Canadaland
If the above poster isn't from the States, then go with whatever province/country they have as an avatar.

 47 
 on: Today at 12:38:43 am 
Started by JRP1994 - Last post by Miles
Good, I was beginning to think 538 wasn't going to do Gov. forecasts. Overall, lines up well with the CW.

 48 
 on: Today at 12:33:48 am 
Started by JRP1994 - Last post by Recalcuate
If you give CT to Malloy (which will likely happen after PPP shows him ahead tomorrow) and count Bill Walker as a Dem, this would be a +3 net for Dems, making the governorships 26-24 GOP. Building!

You do realize Walker was endorsed by Sarah Palin, right? He's hardly a Democrat. He's an independent without a need to caucus with anyone.

In your scenario, it would be D+2, R-3, I+1.

So many coin flips here that could go either way. The governors races will be probably more fun to watch than the Senate races on Tuesday.

 49 
 on: Today at 12:32:38 am 
Started by Franzl - Last post by MW Governor LeBron FitzGerald
I'm going to mail my absentee ballot tomorrow though I might as well post who I voted for now. The races from Ohio Supreme Court and down are all non-partisan on our ballots, but for all intents and purposes, I voted for only those who are Democrats.

Governor/Lt. Governor - Ed FitzGerald (D) and Sharen Neuhardt (D)
Attorney General - David Pepper (D)
Auditor - John Patrick Carney (D) (I was contemplating voting for Yost, but his recent partisan hackery in campaigning for other top GOP officials turned me over to Carney. Yost has done a strong job as Auditor and all fighting Kasich on JobsOhio and charter schools, but I think behind all of Carney's nonstop negative attacks is someone who would be able to be an effective Auditor).
Secretary of State - Nina Turner (D)
Treasurer - Connie Pillich (D)
U.S. Representative, OH-9 - Marcy Kaptur (D)
State Senator, District 23 - Mike Skindell (D)
State Representative, District 13 - Nickie Antonio (D)
Cuyahoga County Executive - Armond Budish (D)

Justice of the Ohio Supreme Court (1/1/15) - Tom Letson (D)
Justice of the Ohio Supreme Court (1/2/15) - John P. O'Donnell (D)
Judge of Court of Appeals, District 8 (2/9/15) - Sean C. Gallagher (D)
Judge of Court of Appeals, District 8 (2/10/15) - Larry A. Jones (D)
Judge of Court of Appeals, District 8 (2/11/15) - Patricia Ann Blackmon (D)
Judge of Court of Appeals, District 8 (2/12/15) - Anita Laster Mays (D)
Judge of Court of Common Pleas, General Division (1/1/15) - Michael J. Russo (D)
Judge of Court of Common Pleas, General Division (1/2/15) - Nancy A. Fuerst (D)
Judge of Court of Common Pleas, General Division (1/3/15) - Sherrie Miday (D)
Judge of Court of Common Pleas, General Division (1/4/15) - Nancy R. McDonnell (D)
Judge of Court of Common Pleas, General Division (1/5/15) - Brendan J. Sheehan (D)
Judge of Court of Common Pleas, General Division (1/6/15) - Blank (Kasich Appt. Judge Robert C. McClelland (R) is running unopposed and no write-in option was given)
Judge of Court of Common Pleas, General Division (1/7/15) - Nancy Margaret Russo (D)
Judge of Court of Common Pleas, General Division (1/10/15) - Shannon M. Gallagher (D)
Judge of Court of Common Pleas, General Division (2/9/15) - Deena R. Calabrese (D)
Judge of Court of Common Pleas, General Division (1/11/17) - Blank (Kasich Appt. Judge Joan Synenberg (R), who btw lost this same seat back in 2012 only to be reappointed, is unopposed and no write-in option was given)
Judge of Court of Common Pleas, Domestic Relations Division (1/8/15) - Rosemary Grdina Gold (D)
Judge of Court of Common Pleas, Domestic Relations Division (1/9/15) - Leslie Ann Celebrezze (D)
Judge of Court of Common Pleas, Domestic Relations Division (1/12/17) - Francine Goldberg (D)
Judge of Court of Common Pleas, Probate Division (1/1/15) - Anthony J. Russo (D)
Judge of Court of Common Pleas, Probate  Division (2/9/15) - Laura J. Gallagher (D)

Issue 6, Cuyahoga County (A proposed renewal and increase of a tax levy for Cuyahoga Community College which currently lacks needed funding after Kasich's huge cuts from our schools) - For the Tax Levy
Issue 11, Cuyahoga County (Charter Amendment that requires the County Executive be a resident/registered voter of the county for 2 years prior to the declaration of their candidacy) - Yes
Issue 12, Cuyahoga County (Charter Amendment that changes the composition of the County Audit Committee by replacing the Fiscal Officer and County Executive with a Cuyahoga County Councilman appointed by the County Council President and another resident appointed by the County Exec. and confirmed by Council) - No
Issue 13, Cuyahoga County (Charter Amendment that accelerates the appointment and confirmation process of someone on the Charter Review Commission) - Yes
Issue 14, Cuyahoga County (Charter Amendment that protects the right to vote in free and open elections in the county and gives the right to County Council/County Exec. to pass measures that enforces this and promote registering and participating in the voting process) - Yes

 50 
 on: Today at 12:32:34 am 
Started by RogueBeaver - Last post by Badger
I can't believe you typed that first paragraph. "I'm allowed to call another poster dense cause, well, they are. But how DARE anyone say that to me!! I'M KEYSTONE PHIL!!!" I get it now. You call someone dense, it's merely "standing up for yourself" in a sea of dem hackishness" or some $hit. Someone else uses your own insults against you and it's "Moderators!!! He's OBSESSIVELY TROLLING meeeeee!!!!

No one on the forum has a greater penchant for being persistently nasty and personal in their posts, but without an ounce of self-awareness you cry to the mods like a little girl with a skinned knee the instant anyone calls you on it. And here's a reality check: I'm FAR from the only one who does.

You're like a basketball player who throws elbows with abandon under the rim, but screams at the ref to call a foul anytime someone even brushes his jersey. Like a schoolyard bully who cries to the teacher whenever someone hits him back. You are, in a nutshell, the epitome of someone who can dish it out, but not take it.

But whatever. This is all in one ear and out the other because, as another poster recently pointed out, you wear your blind obstinacy like a badge of pride. 

I'm not shy about calling out fools and jerks (including occasionally myself), so undoubtedly we'll have this conversation again soon. At which point you'll inevitably scream about "obsession" and "trolling", and the Forum Circle of Life spins again......


G'night everyone! If you liked tonight's show, make sure to tune in for the Election Day fireworks extravaganza!! Cheesy

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