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    06-30-2022, 07:22 PM
    I've been renting for the last 4 years because I was expecting the market to crash sooner. With the benefit of hindsight I should have bought, but such is life. My landlord decided to raise my rent $400 after raising it $300 last year. Last year, I obviously wasn't happy but when I checked rents in the area it was inline. This year, it's completely unrealistic. The market isn't supporting their price increase. Ultimately, I could cry on the internet about it, or sign a lease somewhere else. I did the second.
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    06-27-2022, 08:19 AM
    I have been saying that Fauci's purpose from the beginning was to be the scapegoat for this. That's why they paraded him around. He is the perfect useful idiot, because he enjoys the limelight and is an attention whore.
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    06-27-2022, 07:32 AM
    The Quora post makes the most sense. If Trump didn't pay contractors what he was contractually obligated, they would have sued him and his company. Especially with all the attention recently, and how biased New York and New Jersey courts are to the left, they would have loved to use this as a way to get back at Trump.
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    06-25-2022, 11:53 AM
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    The third paragraph in question" That takes some real mental gymnastics to disagree with.
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    06-25-2022, 11:40 AM
    This is exactly it. People are trying to play mental gymnastics to make gun confiscation a state's rights issue. States don't have the right to overrule the Constitution, period. The second amendment is absolute, and Thursday's ruling didn't go far enough. Abortion on the other hand isn't mentioned in the Constitution. That makes it a state's rights issue via the tenth amendment. If the leftist abortionists want a Constitutional right to for abortion, than they need an amendment to do it. The 14th amendment argument is so bogus. A person has just as much "right to privacy" in their home as a woman has in her womb. Can you legal kill people in your home?
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    06-25-2022, 11:23 AM
    I think the support for abortion is overstated. Most so-called "pro-choice" people don't have a very hard opinion on the subject one way or another. They might agree to allow first trimester abortions, especially "if the mother's life is in danger" or cases of rape or incest. I was one of these indecisive people on the subject for a long time. The first seed to change my opinion was Dr. Paul speaking about it in 2008. He told a story about his time as a resident. He mentioned that one hospital room was in a frenzy. All these doctors and nurses running in and out of this room frantically. They were trying to save this baby that was born premature. He then stated that across the hall, an abortion was taking place. The aborted baby was further along than the one the doctors were trying to save. This was the first time, I heard someone make a case that was unbiased and not based on an emotional partisan opinion. Before New York passed their bill to allow abortions up to the moment of birth, i didn't know this was legal in other states. Even at that time, once the absurdity of this bill was pointed out, i thought that people are overstating what was in there and that it had to be about some extreme medically necessary cases. Then I read the bill. It wasn't. It was just as extreme, as it was made out to be. And then came the parades and fireworks funded by the state as Cuomo signed the bill. I instantly became a pro-life absolutist because it was for the first time obvious to me that this was just another leftist progression to the extreme. Another case where their definition of compromise is getting everything they want, just divided up over a decade or so. I think most people are realizing this, and are way closer to the pro-life extreme than the leftist extreme.
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    06-23-2022, 09:06 AM
    As a former Michigan resident I can tell you she is that stupid. She is known in the state as Grancvnt. Their puppet masters might know exactly what they're doing, but these public figures are exactly the same useful idiots that Lenin described.
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    06-10-2022, 09:05 AM
    This is why you need to make sure if you work somewhere, that they need you way more than you need them. My HR rep is decent, but I'd like to see someone pull this with me.
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    06-09-2022, 02:16 PM
    I said that's the goal of these fake threats. I didn't comment on if they would be successful or not.
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    06-09-2022, 01:01 PM
    Enlighten me as to what I said that's incorrect. The current cost savings from an EV are from the lack of road tax (which will go away soon with per mile taxes) and the fact that electric rates haven't gone up as quickly as gasoline prices yet. That's not disputable. Batteries are otherwise horribly inefficient and terrible energy storage. This doesn't even take into account the massive service costs, that everyone is pretending don't exist with EVs because as of today, most of the EV fleet is still under warranty. By the way, I work with EVs and their massive shortcomings daily, so don't give me this "it's my business and therefore only I can know" tagline. Not saying it's what you're trying to do, but it's usually the largest sign of a grifter scam artist that can't otherwise substantiate their point.
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    06-09-2022, 09:52 AM
    The EV savings come from no road tax. Once they add per mile taxes to EVs. That, and wait for soring electric rates. Otherwise I agree with your point. There's a place for EVs. They work decently as a commuter car in a two car household.
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    06-09-2022, 08:40 AM
    That's the goal of these threats. Make everyone complacent. Then they'll be sitting ducks when it happens for real.
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    06-06-2022, 08:05 AM
    "Immigration checkpoints" Yeah that's what those are for. Nothing to do with fighting the cartels.
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