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    08-07-2020, 09:52 AM
    George Floyd died of a heart attack from Fentanyl overdose. His asphyxiation was caused by fentanyl and cardiac arrest. While Floyd resisted arrest, he demanded to be taken out of the cruiser and wanted to lay down so he could breathe better, he thought. The evidence was held back by Keith Ellison, Minnesota's AG, who evidently was part of a plot to cause the riots and BLM advancement into mainstream acceptance.
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    07-31-2020, 06:51 AM
    Trump has asked the Dems to approve the FULL extra $600/wk for four months. They refused the emergency measure, preferring a full bill agreement, but did say they would pass the emergency stop-gap if the full $600/wk Unemployment Insurance additive would extend through Q1 2021. A Republican group led by Romney and Rubio have proposed $1,000 stimulus checks per person regardless of age, including all dependents, with a limit of $4,000 per household in the latest round of free gummint checks. It is clear that the FULL $600/wk extra will not be held back, as was originally thought, because the White House is fighting the conservatives in the Senate against reducing it.
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    07-30-2020, 12:33 PM
    As the Supreme Court reminded America in Bush v. Gore: The “individual citizen has no federal constitutional right to vote for electors for the President of the United States unless and until the state legislature chooses a statewide election as the means to implement its power to appoint members of the Electoral College.”
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    07-30-2020, 08:57 AM
    Today's Trump tweet: President Trump floats delaying the presidential election How the GOP can give Trump 294 Electoral College votes, winning the election for him, according to Constitutional Law: As the 2016 election reminded the country, the president is chosen by the Electoral College, not the popular vote. There are 538 electors, and a candidate needs 270 of them to win. Currently, every state assigns electors to the candidate who won the popular vote statewide. (Two states add a twist that’s irrelevant here.) But the Constitution does not require states to assign their electors on the basis of the statewide vote. It does not even require a statewide vote. Rather, it explains that each state “shall appoint” its electors “in such manner as the Legislature thereof may direct.” In other words, each state legislature gets to decide how electors are appointed—and, by extension, who gets their votes. Today, every state legislature has delegated this task to the people. But at first, state legislatures just did it themselves. In the first presidential election, for instance, the legislatures of Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, New Jersey, and South Carolina appointed electors directly. Eventually, every state moved toward the modern system. But the Supreme Court confirmed in 1892’s McPherson v. Blacker that states were free to revert to the old method, and in 2000’s Bush v. Gore, the court reiterated this point. The majority declared that the state legislature “may, if it so chooses, select the electors itself,” and retains authority to “take back the power to appoint electors” even after switching to a statewide vote.
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    07-28-2020, 12:51 PM
    Yep, or any other place away from prying eyes.
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    07-28-2020, 12:49 PM
    Yes, I thought you meant the Russian government was seeking to divide and conquer Americans, ala the USSR days. No longer the case. Good post.
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    07-27-2020, 02:20 PM
    Not so. Russia only wants the best for Americans. Russia is good people.
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    07-27-2020, 02:16 PM
    Ask the UFO fleet the Pentagon keeps lying about... China wouldn't last a week by itself. It's the prospect of Russia joining them that worries the Pentagon. Not China - their nukes can be poofed.
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    07-27-2020, 02:14 PM
    Are libertarians like vegetarians?
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    07-23-2020, 02:24 PM
    To be honest, minivans with no accountability sounds worse than the national guard. But I may be wrong there. At least when it's clear who has the actual power, things might settle down a bit. Now it's more of an escalating thing. But those are just a few thoughts.
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    07-15-2020, 01:50 PM
    That guy is around the corner of where I work... Lol. Small world. Lots of high quality yacht/boat building going on here. Still. Beautiful boat. Friend of mine also has a nice Riva. But I think boat ownership here might be the highest in the world. I used to have two and a kayak in the water behind t he house.
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    07-15-2020, 01:45 PM
    I go out of my way not to buy things that are advertised to me. Unless I already thought of it and ads pop up after I googled for it. Then I just feel bad for the stores spending $$ on Adwords. And damn, those campaigns can be expensive. It's a principle thing that's also an interesting hobby for me.
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    07-15-2020, 01:40 PM
    I was given a form in the airplane earlier this year to complete. According to the stewardess it was mandatory. I argued with her and told her there was no authority mentioned on the piece of paper that gave me any kind of legal obligation to complete it. She told me I was legally obligated. I had to tell her that if something says "It's important to complete this form completely and accurately" it does not mean I actually have to do it. Especially when it does not mention which public body will do what with it under which law. Everyone else bought it. (nobody ever asked me to show the completed form after landing btw)
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    07-14-2020, 02:04 PM
    I do find that hard to believe with a lot of scientists investigating the genome etc. of the virus. I'm at least assuming there are people who are testing and proving the efficacy of these test kits before they are used on large scale. I do at least want to have that level of trust in the money pit that is called my government. But I may be wrong all together. Would be the first thing I'd think of doing when they arrived.
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    07-14-2020, 12:51 PM
    Really ? I do have the background set to the black version. But that is to prevent climate change, obviously. But is that really what ordinary people believe? I don't really have interests or knowledge of the dark web and how it works but I do understand quite well this is not it.. I mean, I know people are generally not well educated, but you don't need too much information to understand this, am I wrong there?
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    07-12-2020, 09:43 AM
    They are a united people, we are not.
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    07-11-2020, 09:04 AM
    AI is nothing but code written by and managed by them, to control our lives and make the world their toy. AI Can Help COVID-19 Clinical Decision Making, Feinstein Institutes Research Shows AI technology will soon replace error-prone humans all over the world - but here's why it could set us all free Neteera: Using AI To Revolutionize Health Care
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