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    Re: An Illegitimate President

    The republicans took steps to secure their servers, based on FBI advice, and though hackers tried to penetrate their system, they had no success. The DNC ignored their advice and left themselves...
  2. Re: My job will be eliminated in about 6 years time.

    Tom, I have a question, and it's not meant to start an argument; Consumer reports rates automobile quality based on actual owner responses and they get about 750,000 responses to their annual survey....
  3. Thread: Only in America

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    Re: Only in America

    It's called "charging what the market will bear". College textbooks are also much cheaper overseas. As are music CD's. And pretty much everything else you can think of.

    regards,
    Waddie
  4. Re: Dollar tumbles to five-week lows as Trump trade loses steam

    a weaker dollar means more exports. The dollar has been over-valued for some years.

    regards,
    Waddie
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    Re: Turnabout is fair play

    Last desperate effort to try and de-legitimize the Trump election. Bogus fake news. This goes nowhere, nor should it. More pertinent emails came up on Wiener's computer, and Comey re-opened his...
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    Re: Concrete delivery question

    A slump test is a very general measurement. Usually an experienced concrete man can tell by sampling the mix if it's too wet or dry. The test isn't done to determine the strength of the concrete,...
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    How DARE those Ruskies !!!!!!!

    Before we get too carried away with the moral outrage over anyone trying to influence OUR elections, maybe we should ask ourselves why we think it's OK to interfere with the elections conducted by...
  8. Thread: Straight Razors

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    Re: Straight Razors

    I also shave with an old fashioned safety razor. But if I don't shave for a few days then a straight razor is a must. I have several Dovo 6/8 straight razors just for that. It isn't so difficult...
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    Re: "Madame Secratery" asks a question.

    Of course it was......

    regards,
    Waddie
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    Re: When I was twelve

    Feeling the way you do about guns, it's good that you don't own one. Not everyone is comfortable around them. And you've had some bad experiences. I respect your decision. But please don't insist...
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    Re: Honda Self-Balancing Motorcycle

    I took the motorcycle license endorsement test at age 16 and have kept it ever since. I just have to pay an additional fee at renewal time. I have never had to take another test since and I'm close...
  12. Re: Why does he feel compelled to lie about trivial things?

    Well said. He knows exactly what he's doing, and he wants to keep the left obsessed with the mundane stuff, he wants the mainstream media to keep him in the spotlight. Did you see Obama try to...
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    Re: People power shuts down a racist Dairy Queen

    At least put the blame on the right person. According to the story, the Dairy queen owner was like this long before Trump came along. If his customer base was that hard to deal with, he should have...
  14. Re: Why would the POTUS(e) Care About Vetting and Ethics?

    maybe those people need to work overtime.

    regards,
    Waddie
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    Re: Would Eisenhower vote for Trump?

    Thanks, Glen. Nice to know you care. I'm just not sold on the idea that Trump is the end of the world. I'm taking a wait and see stance, and whomever won, I would give them a chance.

    BTW; I...
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    Re: A new Dark Ages?

    Our nations institutions have been divided up in peculiar ways; liberals dominate print media, television and movie making. They also dominate in college faculty tenured positions. Conservatives...
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    Re: Would Eisenhower vote for Trump?

    Trumps not a conservative. That means he's free to make whatever deals are possible. And he doesn't owe the big money donors anything. Look out.....

    regards,
    Waddie
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    Re: "Madame Secratery" asks a question.

    Everybody has a "nasty" gene somewhere in their DNA. Of course, we're talking about the (wishful thinking) accusation that Trump has Alzheimers. Nice troll, though. Kinda looked like Hillary has...
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    Re: Trump's Victory: interesting new study

    Trump has a huuuge ego. many successful people do. In the past that ego was fed by successful business ventures; massive building projects, usually. With his name predominately displayed. But in...
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    Re: Laffer Curve Reality: a primer

    It isn't the actual tax rate that's most important; it's when they're taxed, how they're taxed and who pays that tax. Taxes are a form of motivation; sometimes an incentive, sometimes a...
  21. Re: We absolutely have to stop this... it's almost criminal!

    Can't they just make up the difference selling body parts?

    regards,
    Waddie
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    Re: Trump's Victory: interesting new study

    I just finished watching a documentary on the closing of the Briggs and Stratton plant; which moved to China. Most of the laid off workers were white blue collar Democrats who voted Democrat in this...
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    Re: He will be missed

    Trump is the street gansta Obama should have been. Obama talked nice but he should have channeled Trump's gangster mentality. Trump holds nothing back, isn't afraid to offend anyone, and is a...
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    Re: Guns & Liberal Snowflakes

    Those two guys were making a political statement, just like burning a flag is to some others. Ain't freedom grand....

    I would've asked them a few questions about their guns, why they choose the...
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    Re: Guns & Liberal Snowflakes

    That rifle left on the bridge wouldn't have done him much good had you been boarded. If I were to hire security, I would insist they keep themselves armed at all times, even in the mess.

    If some...
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    Re: Guns & Liberal Snowflakes

    I'll bet everybody's very polite to each other in that little sandwich shop. Never been a fan of collapsible stocks, though.

    regards,
    Waddie
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    Re: Why Rural America Voted for Trump

    You're right.. there are elites in every small town running things, just like the big cities. The electoral college insures they all have a voice, instead of just the big city elites running the...
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    Re: Why Rural America Voted for Trump

    Urban areas are comprised of both, but the poor don't run things. Every big city has a relatively small "elite" group of movers and shakers. They call the shots. These would be the people most...
  29. Re: Trump calls Obamacare 'lie from the beginning,' calls for bipartisan fix

    What has that got to do with any SC ruling? Has Ryan been appointed Chief Justice? You're engaging in deflection... Explain to me how single payer would not be Constitutional.



    No, you were...
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    Re: RIP Craftsman Tools

    There are some utube video's showing how US made and China made Craftsman differ and how they're marked. This is one area where I like to buy American. The Chinese metal is too unpredictable;...
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    Re: Macy's to close 68 stores, lay off 10,000

    Well, gentlemen, we better do something. You can just sit there and be negative, some even hoping Trump fails to produce any good jobs, but a negative attitude, even if the chances of success are...
  32. Re: Trump calls Obamacare 'lie from the beginning,' calls for bipartisan fix

    Certain provisions of the ACA came under SC scrutiny and survived. There is NO evidence that single payer would be un-Constitutional. Medicare and Medicaid have no legal problems.



    No.. I'm...
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    Re: Why Rural America Voted for Trump

    If you think rural voters "control" the country you're delusional. They were just one demographic that helped put Trump in office. Cone' on', Norman, you're a better thinker than that.

    regards,...
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    Re: Why Rural America Voted for Trump

    They take the government assistance because it comes from the government, who, they feel, takes their tax money in return.But there is no love lost there; they hate the EPA and how the federal...
  35. Re: Trump calls Obamacare 'lie from the beginning,' calls for bipartisan fix

    Obamacare was a bad compromise written by drug companies and insurance corporations. Since the Democrats had total control and not a single Republican voted for it, the Democrats were free to...
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    Re: Why Rural America Voted for Trump

    Urban dwellers are much more interdependent on each other and government for their basic needs and to keep their urban infrastructure intact. They learn to be more accepting of cultural differences...
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    Re: Macy's to close 68 stores, lay off 10,000

    I don't think Trump's focus is on low paying retail jobs; there are plenty of those out there already. Obama presided over the creation of millions of them. Trump should keep his focus on the...
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    Re: Pence To Be Inaugurated

    Liberal pipe dream. And not even a good troll; you can do better, oznabrag.

    regards,
    Waddie
  39. Re: So, Trump doesn't believe US Intelligence re: Russian hacking, so...

    Could you post some examples. That would be interesting.

    regards,
    Waddie
  40. Re: So, Trump doesn't believe US Intelligence re: Russian hacking, so...

    You're right; I'd love to see all of them, too. The more transparency the better. You liberals need to get some hackers of your own on the job!!!

    regards,
    Waddie
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    Re: Is old ammunition safe?

    depends on how they were stored. In an air conditioned environment out of direct sunlight, I'd say they're safe to shoot. Stored in an unheated garage subject to humidity and severe temperature...
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    Re: Honor, that chip on your shoulder

    I say we sign them all up in the bilge; then they'll develop thicker skins, no matter where they come from.

    regards,
    Waddie
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    Re: Karma and the vacant SCOTUS seat

    Good luck with that idea. The SC has been heavily politicized for years. But you're right, it started with the Bork nomination; that's where the gloves really came off.

    regards,
    Waddie
  44. Thread: As Seen On TV -

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    Re: As Seen On TV -

    So what if they run their BOGO all year long. They weren't cheating anyone; the deal is honest. Where the BBB should focus their attention if they want to improve the bedding industry is the...
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    Re: Free College in New York

    The problem isn't the cost of college but the overwhelming number of students who are totally unprepared for college because they didn't get much out of their K-12 education. That's why the...
  46. Re: Do you think the Obamas will attend Trumps inauguration?

    Well, the Bushes will be there.............so will Bill and Hillary. That make it real enough for ya"?

    regards,
    Waddie
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    Re: Honor, that chip on your shoulder

    Northerners have their version of honor. You see it in action in every big city; people being shot because they disrespected someone else. It's not limited to the South. It's a national...
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    Re: Karma and the vacant SCOTUS seat

    So the Democrats will be as obstructionist as the Republicans have been. No surprise there; turnabout is fair play. But maybe now all you liberals will get down off your high horse and admit that...
  49. Re: So, Trump doesn't believe US Intelligence re: Russian hacking, so...

    Whomever got their hands on those emails did us a favor; we got a real look into Democrat politics. I thank them for the transparency. I also approve of the Manning information release. At least...
  50. Re: trump unlikely to roll back fuel efficiency and emissions standards for cars

    The average coal miner makes around $70K per year. So you're closing the mine and offering re-training.

    As a person who was involved in technical training of laid off GM workers and others. I'd...
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