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Posted in: Despite risks, Trump invests big in attacks on Biden's age See in context

The US 'radical left' has always been small in size and had minimal influence on the country's political-economic system.

Not anymore!

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Posted in: New Zealand restricts entry for its own nationals escaping coronavirus See in context

Im clear, but you arent.

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Posted in: Ringo Starr marks 80th birthday at online gig with Beatles hits, celebrity tributes See in context

Btw, Joe Walsh is Ringo’s brother-in-law. Theyre also great friends.

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Posted in: Ringo Starr marks 80th birthday at online gig with Beatles hits, celebrity tributes See in context

Just as an aside, Id have to say that actually Joe Walsh is a very highly skilled guitarist. If hed wanted to go the studio musician route he could have.

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Posted in: Exhausted U.S. cities face another challenge: a surge in violence See in context

zichi

One of the greatest growing dangers in America and Europe is the growth of the youth Neo Nazi groups. Young people 12-16 are being recruited online and turned into Neo Nazi terrorists.

You have gotta be kidding.

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Posted in: Ringo Starr marks 80th birthday at online gig with Beatles hits, celebrity tributes See in context

Commanteer, Big Yen,

Agreed!

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Posted in: New Zealand restricts entry for its own nationals escaping coronavirus See in context

Strangerland, there are three separate statements in the quote. Again, Im asking which one(s) your asking about. Is there some difficulty understanding?

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Posted in: Ringo Starr marks 80th birthday at online gig with Beatles hits, celebrity tributes See in context

Ringo was no technician - Beatles producer George Martin said Ringo couldnt do a roll to save himself. But for musicality, feel, uniqueness and playing the RIGHT part he is among the greats. Plenty if great drummers from all idioms have said the same.

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Posted in: Ringo Starr marks 80th birthday at online gig with Beatles hits, celebrity tributes See in context

I just checked out Yoyoka. I see. Sorry, not impressed. These”prodigies” appear now and then and dissapear never to be heard from again. Same as a young Japanese boy a few years back tearing up the fretboard on guitar. And now nowhere. Its like a phenomenally good typist - doesnt mean they can write a good book.

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Posted in: Mary Trump's book offers scathing portrayal of president See in context

When family airs your dirty laundry, you should know it's truth.

Oh come on, nothing could be further from the truth.

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Posted in: Mary Trump's book offers scathing portrayal of president See in context

There is a another virus in this country, Trump Supporters. I can't wait to see him out of office. I want to see him out of office, just to see you cry the rest of your days.

He will be out of office - in 2025. After which he will probably go down in history as one of the great presidents.

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Posted in: Japan to consider easing travel curbs for Tokyo Olympic athletes See in context

Cancel now, cut the losses. Its absurd to think these games will take place next year.

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Posted in: Mary Trump's book offers scathing portrayal of president See in context

His niece's revelations will drive another nail into his coffin and light a fire under the funeral pyre of his presidential ambitions.

I fear (further) for the sanity of some of these Trump haters when Trump is returned in November for FOUR MORE YEARS.

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Posted in: Mary Trump's book offers scathing portrayal of president See in context

Whether Trump gets a second term or not... when the party is finally over and everyone takes off their masks (that's all you Republican freeloaders), Trump will find out no one really cared about him or followed him as a leader. They will distance themselves and throw him under the bus. Then he will again know what Mary Trump says is true that no one really cares about Donald. But how can Then he will again know what Mary Trump says is true that no one really cares about Donald.

Oh wow. Talk about wishful thinking!

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Posted in: At libel trial, Depp blasts Amber Heard's 'sick' abuse claim See in context

Lives of the rich and famous. Pretty sordid.

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Posted in: Ringo Starr marks 80th birthday at online gig with Beatles hits, celebrity tributes See in context

Among the very best of the great rock drummers.

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Posted in: U.S. withdrawal from WHO to take effect July 2021 See in context

Good.

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Posted in: Mary Trump's book offers scathing portrayal of president See in context

“Mary L Trump, PHD” will get her 15 minutes (who had even heard of her before now??) and then she and her book will be consigned to the bargain bin along with all the others.

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Posted in: Mary Trump's book offers scathing portrayal of president See in context

Yeah, what happened with all those other anti Trump “tell alls” that were gonna “blow the lid off the Trump presidency”? Hilarious.

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Posted in: Harry Potter fan sites step back from Rowling over transgender views See in context

Big Yen, Exactly correct.

I and millions of others feel pretty much as Rowling does on this issue.

The mad cancel culture brigade is loud but very wrong.

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Posted in: New Zealand restricts entry for its own nationals escaping coronavirus See in context

@Strangerland, Are you sure about that?

What is “that”?

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Posted in: 5 sumo association members in Japan confirmed to have antibody for coronavirus See in context

Scientists are now saying the possibility of herd immunity re covid19 is a myth.

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Posted in: New Zealand restricts entry for its own nationals escaping coronavirus See in context

There is now within the NZ business sector a clamoring to open up for the sake of business and the economy. Its difficult to believe this will end well however much we may want it to. It wont take much to set the virus ablaze again.

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Posted in: Trump lashes out at NASCAR over flag, noose; criticizes Redskins, Indians for weighing name changes See in context

"In reality, they're not after me, they're after you. I'm just in the way."

Donald Trump

Damn right.

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Posted in: Trump lashes out at NASCAR over flag, noose; criticizes Redskins, Indians for weighing name changes See in context

@Strangerland,Your logic is that you, a white person, know more about what is good for black people than they know for themselves.

You mean as in 、 “Vote for me or you aint black” ?

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Posted in: Trump lashes out at NASCAR over flag, noose; criticizes Redskins, Indians for weighing name changes See in context

Trump is not a racist. Never has been.

Good for Trump, telling it like it is. Plain speaking!

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Posted in: Harry Potter fan sites step back from Rowling over transgender views See in context

Insanity.

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Posted in: Commonwealth should acknowledge past wrongs, says Prince Harry See in context

Another wealthy hypocrite lecturing us.

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Posted in: Chicago's July Fourth weekend ends with 17 dead, 70 wounded See in context

where is the good Rev. Al Sharpton?

Not sure? I don't track him. But probably doing his best to reverse racist policies against blacks.

You have got to be kidding!

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Posted in: 'Devil Went Down to Georgia' country singer Charlie Daniels dies at 83 See in context

The real thing. There arent many left.

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