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 81 
 on: Today at 12:46:31 am 
Started by When we run out of hydrogen we become supernovas - Last post by When we run out of hydrogen we become supernovas
Somewhere around 7 or 8 > 0 so..

 82 
 on: Today at 12:46:30 am 
Started by When we run out of hydrogen we become supernovas - Last post by Trends are real, and I f**king hate it
Vide-grenier Tongue

Seriously though, yard sale (normal, sane)

 83 
 on: Today at 12:44:44 am 
Started by Beet - Last post by Skill and Chance
Again, the primary fear about this is that any public information coming out about the virus is simply made up by the Chinese government.  The worst scenario would be that it's the new Black Death and they are carefully covering it up.  The best scenario (for people living outside of China) would be that they know it is no more harmful than the common cold but are using it as an opportunity to crush some preexisting political opposition in that part of the country or just to make the government look heroic.

We just don't know, and the likelihood we are being lied to is very high. 

 84 
 on: Today at 12:44:37 am 
Started by Gass3268 - Last post by Tender Branson
I guess this will be a February debate qualifying poll, because itís NYT and their previous IA poll counted as well.

 85 
 on: Today at 12:44:18 am 
Started by hermit - Last post by R.P. McM
The damage is done. Already we have a status quo of Americans not knowing right from wrong. Trump could not have been elected in the first place if it were otherwise.

We have become a more brutal people. All of us must hope and work to reverse this, but I don't see it changing within our lifetimes. That is our doom.

Trump was elected by a minority of the electorate, and we no longer have to tolerate their minority rule, or even share a country with them.

 86 
 on: Today at 12:42:41 am 
Started by Tekken_Guy - Last post by Dipper Josh
British Columbia: Carole James (D), Christy Clark (R)
Alberta: Jason Kenney (R), Rona Ambrose (R)
Saskatchewan: Andrew Scheer (R), Brad Wall (R)
Manitoba: Gary Doer (D), Candice Bergen (R)
Ontario: Ken Dryden (D), Gerard Kennedy (D)
Quebec: Marc Garneau (D), Denis Coderre (D)
Newfoundland & Labrador: Clyde Wells (D), Brian Tobin (D)
New Brunswick: Frank McKenna (D), Dominic LeBlanc (D)
Nova Scotia: Scott Brison (D), Stephen McNeil (D)
Prince Edward Island: Robert Ghiz (D), Peter Bevan-Baker (D)
Alberta and Saskatchewan = 2 GOP senators.
British Columbia and Manitoba = 1 GOP senator, 1 DEM senator.
Every other state/province = 2 DEM senators.

In a two-party American system, I can almost guarantee 2 Democratic senators out of British Columbia. It is widely regarded as the most progressive province.

 87 
 on: Today at 12:42:21 am 
Started by v0031 - Last post by R.P. McM
Navy, obviously. Was in the Army, participated in a foreign officer exchange program. They all know our navy is the strongest branch. They're right.

 88 
 on: Today at 12:42:21 am 
Started by TrendsareUsuallyReal - Last post by Anonymous
I've had sex while on the clock a few times Cheesy

 89 
 on: Today at 12:41:13 am 
Started by Delete my account MODERATORS. please - Last post by Cory Booker
Stop this Bernie will pick Sally Yates, Tammy Baldwin or Michael Bennet that can help him appeal to the entire 278 electorate

 90 
 on: Today at 12:38:52 am 
Started by Laki - Last post by Trends are real, and I f**king hate it
Just a reminder that if youíre part of a protest movement, you shouldnít speak much about it unless you want the Feds to come busting up the next one. Furthermore, you should especially be concerned about your security in saying things online if youíre a member of, oh I donít know, a Communist party perhaps?

Want to echo this, SECURITY CULTURE should take priority. Please be safe!!

Europe has a very different culture than the US about this stuff. The PCF is a fairly established political party that's had government ministers (now it's been reduced to a rump of course, but that's partly a result of it turning into an establishment creature, and partly a product of demographic trends). And the CGT until recently was the largest trade union in France, with its representatives sitting on the boards of major companies. If the demonstration was organized by those two well-established forces, it was almost certainly authorized by the government (unlike, say, some of the Yellow Vest protests that sprang up out of nowhere). So I don't think Laki has anything to worry from the French or Belgian police by talking about it (though there's always a risk of being arrested during the protest, of course).

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