I don't keep much in the checking account I use for my debit card. I don't have any credit cards (well, one gas card just to keep my score up). So I'm not really worried about anyone hacking my cards. So, meh.
I didn't write that it logically followed, but that it could be taken to mean what I asserted because the statement is sufficiently vague that men of ignorance and/or unpublished intentions can twist the meanings. This is particularly problematic when the general population is awash in their own ignorance of basic linguistics. A fine example of this is the 2A, whose semantics are clear, yet those who oppose the right to keep and bear arms continually make all manner of fallacious arguments about militias and collective rights and what have you, with a great plurality of Americans accepting their "interpretations" as valid and "obviously true".
You do what you want. I have pointed out the real-world weaknesses in your sentence structures. If you feel what you have is sound, then use it.
Or dishonest and able to get large numbers of people to agree with them.
I'm done here. Have a good one.
There is an Hmong in town that opened up a mechanics shop. From the number of customers I'd say he is pretty industrious. Everyone says he does great work at a fair price. Never dealt with him myself as I work on my own, but many I know recommend him.
This is not largesse. This is a little woman in an inexpensive car being surrounded by violent leftists. This is what the left wants. Under Hillary, we instigated violent revolutions against democracy all over the globe. Now it's predictably happening in California. If history is any indicator, it will not be long before they start burning things, killing dissenters, and planting bombs.
Absolutely! And we can do that, along with passing mass amnesty, when the economy is so hot that there are help wanted signs in every window and wages are rising accordingly. But the last two times we experienced that, it didn't happen. In fact, pretty much just the opposite happened. Therefore, I am not going to pin my hopes in it happening next time either.
And honestly, I think the Vietnamese are better workers. If a Vietnamese guy can't make it to work, he'll send his brother.