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Posted in: Holly Hunter suits up as U.S. prosecutor in 'The Comey Rule' See in context

Trump didn't even get a part in the show. Home Alone 2 will always be the role Donald Trump is best remembered.

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Posted in: Pompeo: China uses disinformation to split Europe, U.S. See in context

For the entire time Trump has been president, he has been saying Europe does not pay its NATO bill, that Europe owes billions to NATO. There are no dues or payments by countries to NATO, and Trump is lying about it for his entire career as a politician, because it is Trump who is trying to divide America from NATO, and every other ally. The fact that it is the same policy as Russian Army intelligence may be coincidental, but it is definitely the same policy.

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Posted in: Judge weighs bid to stop release of John Bolton's book See in context

If Bolton's book really has classified material, and it has already been sent out and read by people with no clearance or need to know, then there would be an arrest instead of a lawsuit. Yes, someone is lying, and probably enough blame for both sides. The classified material allegation is clearly fake, though.

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Posted in: Australia plans university fees hike to deter humanities students See in context

Pretty sure maths teaches imaginary numbers, too.

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Posted in: Trump turns virus conversation into 'US vs THEM' debate See in context

Science against the virus. Which side is your president on?

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Posted in: Flying bubble makers could save world from starvation See in context

Let's hope the idea bears fruit.

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Posted in: Kyoto woman arrested for stealing cat from pet shop; offers strange justification to police See in context

The cat isn't saying. Or maybe no Norwegian translator was available.

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Posted in: Bolton says Trump pleaded with China to help him get reelected See in context

Two briefings a week? High School cheerleaders show more dedication to their work.

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Posted in: Fox News removes altered photos of Seattle protest zone See in context

Fox knew this would be exposed. They are trying to play nice with the Donald because he is interested in OANN now.

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Posted in: Tokyo ranked 3rd most expensive city in world for expats See in context

Ashgabat ? No thank you.

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Posted in: Trudeau: Police video of aboriginal chief arrest shocking See in context

They used to teach police to expect video recordings of themselves making arrests. Somehow that message is making them think that is a good thing to be seen going bad.

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Posted in: Facebook fires employee who protested inaction on Trump posts See in context

Best to avoid politics at the office. If I had that job at Facebook I would have my resume out to every other tech company possible, though.

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Posted in: Trump says chokeholds by police should generally 'be ended' See in context

“I think the concept of chokeholds sounds so innocent, so perfect." A random insect is inhabiting that president's speech center.

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Posted in: Lawyer for Biden accuser Tara Reade drops her as a client See in context

She turned pro-Putin in 2018 and posted a blog about it. Read it and decide for yourself what motivates her. https://web.archive.org/web/20190404043945/https://medium.com/@shewrites94/why-a-liberal-democrat-supports-vladimir-putin-f54ca2a3a405

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Posted in: Singapore disinfecting robot trialled in virus fight See in context

I hope it works. Because I want one that will cook my breakfast while I stay in bed.

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Posted in: Abe backs WHO on coronavirus See in context

Since they have to choose sides, the Donald picked the virus.

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Posted in: 'LIBERATE!': Trump pushes states to lift virus restrictions See in context

The Donald is siding with the virus.

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Posted in: 21 aboard cruise ship off California test positive for coronavirus See in context

The passengers found out from watching the Donald's visit to the Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta on their televisions.

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Posted in: Swimmer Ikee resumes light exercise as she battles leukemia See in context

Best wishes to Ikee and her loved ones.

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Posted in: Elton John objects to 'Rocketman' scene deletions in Russia See in context

Assuming Elton John is okay with the scenes, then there is no reason to censor it. I ill pass on the movie, myself. National Geographic is reporting Leonardo da Vinci was homosexual. Still a genius.

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Posted in: 91-year-old man's death at care home goes unnoticed for over 10 days See in context

Here, when you go into an assisted living facility it is then end of your wealth, if you had any. You are billed for everything until you have nothing left to your name. Many would opt out if given the choice.

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Posted in: Trump to make quick trip to Mexico before immigration speech See in context

Suddenly Mexico pays for the wall. ... to keep Trump out

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Posted in: Man killed after his motorbike collides with garbage truck See in context

Always truck at intersection. If only motorcycle could Zen through this obstacle, truck.

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Posted in: So sorry See in context

I wish more people would accept responsibility. Did either of them actually have hand in this? Justice?

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Posted in: Trump calls for boycott until Apple unlocks shooter's phone See in context

Apple will lose millions in sales after they do it. And they will do it. Sure, the FBI will pay them whatever millions $ it costs to devolpe a work-around, and then Apple will need to build a replacement OS for everyone else using the hacked product. ...Until FBI demands a hack for the next one... and then It becomes a spiral down for Apple sales soon...

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Posted in: Russia building new military bases on islands claimed by Japan See in context

"Pooty man," as he was called by G W Bush, is wildly popular. So was G W Bush. So were other infamous government officals with a clearance.

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Posted in: Both drivers killed in head-on collision between 2 trucks in Iwate See in context

Saddened by news. Pray relief for family of drivers.

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Posted in: Plant with troubled past at center of Takata air bag probe See in context

My vehicle is salvaged. The airbags were blasted long before I bought it. The man who sold the thing warned me how dangerous the airbags would be to reinstall. I did not choose to have them.

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Posted in: Enka singer Aki Yashiro completely nails cover of 'Evangelion' theme See in context

I love her!

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Posted in: Ferguson on edge ahead of grand jury decision See in context

Federal grand juries are people taken from lists such as propery ownership or registration. They sit for about a year, and a prosecutor tells them “you are going to want to hear this,” or “you are not interested in this one.” It legitimizes the legal process of bringing federal charges, which are often more severe at the penalty phase – federal prison vs state penitentiary. This case was not a federal grand jury, however the purpose is similar. In this case, the jury is not sitting for a full year hearing stuff they will never remember again. It is one case, and one grand jury, whose purpose is to indict, not convict. That will be a different jury, when it probably will result in a manslaughter conviction.

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