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    11-20-2020, 11:54 AM
    That all just seems intuitive. I'd expect them to hold info back at this stage, even though there have been way too many "bombshells" that never get around to exploding in the guilty party's face. Tucker could be playing devil's advocate now, so it doesn't look so knee-jerk, one-sided, same old shit - later on. Have to agree that Powel doesn't seem the type to just make up wild accusations. They sent me two when I hadn't requested any! But I live in a "blue" state where they don't even bother to think about fraud since democrats are always the expected winners anyway (likely due too perpetual fraud, but people have long given up on getting anyone to do asomething about it.)
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    11-06-2020, 10:29 AM
    Has no signficance when we know they cheat anyway.
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    11-05-2020, 10:22 AM
    That, and what else?! I received 2 ballots in my name - they arrived about a week apart. (My husband only got one.) I wonder how many people received extra ballots and what they did with them? Now I wish I had scanned the one I turned in. The other one, I'll save forever - should become a collector's item (Me: "Remember that mail-in election? Yeah Shonny, I still have one of my fraudulent ballots!...") And my neighbor almost got kicked off the rolls - wouldn't have been able to vote if he hadn't made a point of checking that his registration was okay - and he's been a poll worker every election for 30 years! He went to the city clerk and they had no record of his name ever having been registered. Well, he has one of those last names that starts with an Mc (like McDonald) - it seems that when someone input his name into whatever data base, they separated the MC from the rest of his name, making it look like they were middle initials- like his name was "Joe MC Donald" - (was it plausible deniability?) - If he'd have just dropped off his mail-in ballot the day of the election - he would've discovered he's been purged and his vote wouldn't count. He was livid.
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    11-05-2020, 08:17 AM
    All the lead he's been drinking, must've given him super powers. :D ----------------------------------------------- Here’s to clink!] hoping that Trump’s righteous anger and ability to put up with unrelenting shit (that would make a normal person say, “Oh, the hell with this!” and move on with his life)
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    11-05-2020, 07:04 AM
    Wow, he's 170 years old, but he didn't bother registering to vote until he was a 158 years old - on 10/6/08 - just about 4 weeks before Obama was elected! Also he lives in Flint - drinking all that leaded tap water must be healthier for you than we've been told.
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    10-30-2020, 08:06 AM
    Interesting. Just checked and I see you can download it (or any other Hugo book) for free at Project Gutenberg. Ninety three is also known by it's french title Quatravingt-treize. (Includes illustrations!) I've been thinking of reading Hugo's book The Man Who Laughs (La'homme qui rit.) I've seen snippets of the silent movie. It's main character, Gwynplaine, gets kidnapped and is intentionally disfigured as a child. (Guess child-trafficking has always been around!) He is said to be the original source of the big, crazy, joker-smile.
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    10-30-2020, 06:41 AM
    Was trying to watch Greenwald’s interview with Joe Rogan on youtube yesterday, after reading the Daily Caller’s account of it (below). Watched a while, but suddenly, youtube reported some kind of “error” - the video went black and it caused my lap top to totally freeze up - something which has hasn’t happened to me in years! (Courser wouldn’t move, escape function didn’t work, had to shut down.) Now I’m afraid to try watching it again. Here's a 4 minute clip: UPDATE: Here's the 3 hour show:
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    10-29-2020, 07:03 AM
    I would've expected there were copies made of everything before shipping it - and shipping it did seem like a careless way to transport it from the get go. So, was it intended as a trap to monitor which official scumbag(s) were 1) spying on Carlson and 2) later went out and stole his documents?
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