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    Yesterday, 05:43 PM
    I remember when there were 24-28 episodes per season. And during the Golden Age of Television (1950s-early 1960s) there were typically 39 episodes per season. Eventually, we'll go the way of the Brits, and have "seasons" of, like, six episodes.
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    06-24-2016, 12:32 PM
    This should surprise no one. Trump didn't know that Scotland voted to stay in the EU. He just called Mexico "overseas". Trump is the walking proof of the Dunning-Kruger effect. Oh, don't get me wrong: Hillary "wipe it with a cloth" Clinton is just as bad. Imagine all the national security data breaches that would happen if she became commander in chief. Her ignorance of technology rivals Trump's ignorance of world politics and geography. The question is: which one is more dangerous to our country? I'm not sure I know the answer.
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    06-24-2016, 07:54 AM
    Really sorry to hear this. I found his speeches at the LP convention funny and inspiring. No doubt he'll be greatly missed by many.
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    06-23-2016, 09:58 PM
    She's getting major coverage here, mostly via anti-Ward PAC commercials airing on YouTube and websites. McCain must really fear her. I haven't seen any ads attacking the other candidates, Meluskey or Van Steenwyk.
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    06-23-2016, 03:21 AM
    Drew Carey has announced on Twitter that he'll be hosting a fundraiser for Gary Johnson on July 23rd. https://twitter.com/DrewFromTV/status/745808219587502080
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    06-21-2016, 09:44 PM
    Yep. He said over and over that he wasn't going to take money from Special Interests. There's yet another campaign promise already broken...
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    06-20-2016, 06:22 PM
    "Zeal" does look like the correct word. Agreed. But I'd add: this appears to be an attempt at disinformation from Trumpkins. The OP copied and pasted some stuff from an old article, but suspiciously left out the top part, which included the fact that this "information" came from John Kerry's office during John Kerry's senate race against William Weld in 1996, a full ten years after the events in question. In other words: it's a smear from 20 years ago.
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    06-20-2016, 08:08 AM
    I thought so, too, Suzanimal: it seemed like that would happen when Jon stepped back and they cut to Sansa. This was just as good, though: feeding Ramsey to his own victims of cruelty. Poetic justice.
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    06-20-2016, 07:58 AM
    I enjoyed both of the battles. Dany's dragons were awesome. The scene with Jon struggling and suffocating in that mound of men was well shot, and executed perfectly. I love that both Sansa and Jon shared in the death of Ramsey Bolton; Sansa has grown, and I appreciate her ongoing character development. I didn't like that Rickon died, and no one thought to have Melisandre resurrect him. He's not a main character on the show, but he's supposed to mean something to both Sansa and Jon.
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    06-20-2016, 03:15 AM
    We at RPF have "impugned the motives of journalists" for many years. No one here believed Dana Bash "simply misspoke" when she said that she was worried that Ron Paul's campaign would continue, or when she asked ridiculous questions. Nor did we believe the media presstitutes when they made a concerted effort to black out Ron Paul throughout the 2012 election. We impugned their motives extensively then, and we continue to do so today. Mr. Robert Parry, author of the above article you linked, also wrote a glowing piece about John Kerry called "How John Kerry Exposed The Contra-Cocaine Scandal" for Salon.com. The article, published on October 25th 2004, came out just before the November 2004 elections, when Kerry was running for POTUS. Mr Parry includes statements like, "The Kerry whom I met during this period was a complex man who balanced a rebellious idealism with a determination not to burn his bridges to the political establishment", "Kerry combined a prosecutor's sense for sniffing out criminality and a politician's instinct for pushing the limits", "Kerry's reward for his strenuous and successful efforts to get to the bottom of a difficult case of high-level government corruption was to be largely ignored", and other such glowing endorsements. As far as I can tell, Robert Parry wrote these types of articles for Kerry every four years. For example, in addition to the 1996 article you linked, which contrasted Kerry and Weld, here's Parry complaining that the 2004 election was stolen from Kerry. Parry reports that Kerry believes the election was stolen by people tampering with electronic voting machines. The title of the document is not "Kerry believes election results were tampered with", but "2004 Election Stolen". Parry's later relationship with Kerry seems to have soured, for after about 2010, the articles are more critical, but prior to that time, Parry wrote these types of articles for Kerry. You've been hoodwinked by Mr Parry's quadrennial support for John Kerry.
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    06-19-2016, 08:20 PM
    Thanks! That clears up what's in it for him when he loses the election!
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    06-19-2016, 07:52 PM
    An expenditure list would simply reveal all the money spent on fake crowds. Thus, we'll never see such a list.
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    06-19-2016, 06:57 PM
    Where is the media on this story? Major coverage on Breitbart, and...?
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    06-19-2016, 03:50 PM
    Wow, was that a Romney rally or a Trump rally? 12 News in Phoenix reported that the Trump rally yesterday in Phoenix was less than half-filled, with rows upon rows of empty seats. The stadium seats 15,000, but only about 4,000 showed up. Of course, some of them would have been the paid extras. :p
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    06-19-2016, 10:50 AM
    Oh, dang! "You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to moostraks again."
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    06-19-2016, 10:49 AM
    None of us have any "angst" about Trump's dwindling crowds; "angst" means "a feeling of deep anxiety or dread". But we don't support Trump, so the fact that his crowds have dwindled doesn't cause us any angst. And the name of this thread is "Donald Trump speaks to shrunken Atlanta crowd", so of course we'd discuss Trump's shrunken crowd problem, and how he now has to hire actors to (half-)fill the venues. Please pay attention to the thread in which you're replying. Tulsa's already debunked this bit of nonsense.
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    06-19-2016, 10:08 AM
    You're both right! ...Plus, Trump's gotta pay for the actors in his crowd scenes. And what with declining attendance, that's only going to get more expensive. (Maybe if they hire chubbier actors, they can make the crowds look as large as they were months ago...)
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    06-19-2016, 09:50 AM
    Great question. I wish the CP well, and applaud any third party candidate or independent for attempting to buck the two-party system. It's tilting at windmills and the work rarely bears fruit, but it's important work. That said, the CP are too biblical for me, and although some of their platforms overlap, I can't see a coalition working too well. Not that the CP is entirely at fault: the LP is like a group of cats: difficult to herd, difficult to stay on message. Just last month, a portion of the LP wanted to nominate for president a man wanted in Belize, suspected of murder. It's that sort of thing that the media portrays as whack-a-doodle, and which makes the LP look bad. (Luckily, the LP came to its senses and selected what the media is calling the strongest ticket the LP has ever fielded.) The LP was strained almost to the breaking point during the convention; I can't imagine trying to collaborate with another, albeit smaller, party would go down too well. Besides, Third Parties have a long history of breaking off from each other, splintering into smaller and smaller factions, rather than coming together.
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    06-18-2016, 11:51 PM
    I live near a military base. These crisis actors are common here. The mother of one of my former girlfriends was an on-call crisis actor and military role-player, ten or fifteen years ago. It was commonplace then, and is commonplace now. It's not news, or hush-hush, or secret in any way. The military has been doing these types of training drills for a long time.
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    06-18-2016, 11:42 PM
    From Jules, yes. But several others here would likely support one, let's be honest.
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    06-18-2016, 11:38 PM
    Here's more coverage of Danny Jones' defection.
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