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Posted in: COVID vaccines block disease, but do they stop infection? See in context

dont want the vaccine , fine one less person in line waiting

Yup!

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Posted in: A mister no more: Mr Potato Head goes gender neutral See in context

Lots of confused middle aged men getting triggered by toys, with this news, I'd wager.

It's a potato for Christ's sake! it has NO gender! It's a vegetable! Absolutely amazing that these companies and people cow-tow to the woke crowd, just unbelievable.

*It's really quite simple, when you were young, you could play with your Stretch Armstrong andBarbie. *

*You could wear blue and pink.*

My mom hated both, not every parent followed those rules and I had a G.I. Joe....with the Kung Fu grip.

Rigidly defining the male/female stereotypes was already on its way out, decades ago.

Why? You only have two sexes other than, what you FEEL that you are, which is different from what you were anatomically born as.

Some of that generation must still hold a grudge against those parents and/or guardians who insisted on enforcing the stereotypes and that's why they are in meltdown mode.

Well, not everyone will follow these new oppressive rules. No one is disputing what a person wants to be, but like Ray Parker Jr. once said, "you can't change that." Doesn't mean transgender people should be ridiculed or abused, but to go along with this trying to deny who and what we biologically are is just insane.

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Posted in: Are bidet-type toilets a health hazard? See in context

Bidet is a french word.

Yes

Bidet doesn’t originated in United States but in France at the beginning of the XVI century.

The early origin of the Bidet didn't, but the modern version did.

In 1928, in the United States, John Harvey Kellogg applied for a patent on an "anal douche". In his application, he used the term to describe a system comparable to what today might be called a bidet nozzle, which can be attached to a toilet to perform anal cleansing with water.

In 1965, the American Bidet Company featured an adjustable spray nozzle and warm water option, seeking to make the bidet a household item. The fixture was expensive, and required floor space to install; it was eventually discontinued without a replacement model.

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Posted in: From Apu to Aladdin: Why white voices will no longer do See in context

So then that also means people like *Eddie Murphy or Dave Chapelle* are not allowed to do white voices either??

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Posted in: COVID vaccines block disease, but do they stop infection? See in context

Ahh, yes, the science.

I can tell you Id much prefer to be immunised and become infected than not.

I'll wait until the scientists can make up their minds on the science before jamming a needle in my arm, No thanks.

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Posted in: Hulu sets Mike Tyson miniseries, but the boxer punches back See in context

This is typical of Hollywood when they take on a project like this, rarely do they do their research when they do these movies or mini-series about the lives of famous people, for them, it's about ticket and concession sales, historical accuracy means nothing to these people. Just glad Oliver Stone didn't get this project, dodged a bullet on that one...

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Posted in: U.S. in delicate balancing act as Saudi prince spared sanctions See in context

So tell me. What did the former guy do?

Ensured that with the help of Israel and to a lesser extent Yemen, they would try and contain Iran or at the very least not allow them to build nukes.

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Posted in: Republicans test history in vote against pandemic relief See in context

Well, he didn’t gut the military that much, but he definitely didn’t get us into any unnecessary wars and at the same time building up our military as much as he could.

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Posted in: Republicans test history in vote against pandemic relief See in context

You didn't answer the question

I did

, I daresay because it's taboo for Trump fanatics to acknowledge any of the debts he's racked up.

Maybe you think the US should spend less on military, I prefer a strong US that can take on China, Iran and North Korea, if need be. Liberals care more about entitlements, and never about how all that is going to get paid back. As long as people are locked up and can’t work, the debt will spiral out of control, at least under Trump we had full employment until the virus. So if Biden wants to punt some of this, let people go back to work, stop with the abusive and useless lockdown or move to Florida or Texas.

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Posted in: Republicans test history in vote against pandemic relief See in context

Answer the question.

I did and by the way, Trump is not President anymore, so let’s stay in the here and the now, the present. At this deeply disturbing and alarming rate Biden and the Dems will create an inflation like nothing we have ever seen before....but yeah, Biden and the Dems owe it all, can’t toss the GOP out, did that already, can’t whip a dead horse.

He's getting pummeled again

Hardly

so expect him to veer the conversation

Nope, right on target. Trump is history, the Dems need to point the finger at themselves, that’s as focused as you can be.

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Posted in: Republicans test history in vote against pandemic relief See in context

Republicans need to do all they can to oppose Biden’s $1.9 trillion waste. Only a small fraction is planned for direct covid aid. Oppose Biden’s loony policies and America wins.

Yes and Again, it’s not going through and bravo on the Two Dems that sided with the GOP to defeat this monstrosity.

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Posted in: Republicans test history in vote against pandemic relief See in context

Once again you guys broke the country, then are blaming the democrats for spending the money to clean up your mess.

It's why you guys keep losing elections. It's cause your policies are those of losers.

Yeah, no one believes that now. The Dems own all of it, all of it now. So the blame the GOP garbage is not selling. You go Biden! Going to be a quick 4 years. Get the gold ready!

Trump and national debt.

you answer a question with another question

No, answered the question with a frightening and realistic statement. Biden is the pilot and he just blew on engine, be careful...

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Posted in: Mexico says U.S. needs at least 600,000 more migrant workers See in context

With the economy in shambles there’s absolutely no need for the country, particularly California to take on thousands of illegals, none. The leaders don’t want to listen to the people, then the people will leave, that’s the only thing they can and should do. The rich don’t have to worry about these people, there’s no way they can get near them, so why would they be bothered by their presence. Now if they could live where the Mega-rich, I’m sure they would quickly oppose opening up the border. So at this point the only thing the middle class can do is leave.

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Posted in: Republicans test history in vote against pandemic relief See in context

How do you explain Trump increase the National Debt by $9 trillion

How do you explain Biden’s National GROWING Debt by the federal budget deficit in the current fiscal year is expected to hit $2.3 trillion, or 10.3 percent of gross domestic product (GDP). This will cause the government’s debt to exceed the size of the economy in 2021, and that’s not even taking into account President Joe Biden’s proposed $1.3 trillion COVID-19 stimulus plan, the Congressional Budget Office according to the (CBO)

...and remember, Biden has only been in office for 2 months, we didn’t hit 4 years yet! That number will shoot up in no time.

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Posted in: Republicans test history in vote against pandemic relief See in context

Let the Republicans dig their own graves.

That’s not actually true.

The package has widespread support from the public even in red states but it's nice of them to clearly show the world their real concern is more about themselves. Can't figure how anyone would support these unpatriotic liars.

At this rate the way the Dems are spending money, it will devastate the nation, open up the country. No wonder people are moving to Florida and Texas.

https://www.barrons.com/articles/the-trillions-of-dollars-in-stimulus-money-will-have-a-worse-long-term-economic-impact-than-the-financial-crisis-51587746207

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Posted in: Mexico says U.S. needs at least 600,000 more migrant workers See in context

Nobody is preventing those unemployed people from applying for jobs typically done by migrants. The issue is that most Americans don’t want those jobs.

Well, that’s not entirely true. A lot of these people that want employment could offer better and competitive incentives to lure in Americans, but they don’t want to because that’s too much time and money invested. Also, if these people want to hire illegals, they should be legal, no exceptions.

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Posted in: U.S. in delicate balancing act as Saudi prince spared sanctions See in context

Spineless Biden is no match for MBS.

Saudis tell Washington what to do, not the other way around.

Couldn't agree more.

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Posted in: Republicans test history in vote against pandemic relief See in context

you praised Trump when he suggested checks for $2,000?

No, but I thought if he suggested it and the Dems would go for it and Congress would approve it, maybe The Dems would come to their senses and allow the country to open up and allow people to work to create revenue and that didn’t happen, so once again Dems think money grows on trees and we can continue to write number on these blank checks, pathetic.

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Posted in: Republicans test history in vote against pandemic relief See in context

You didn’t keep saying that while Trump piled on the debt.

Trump never asked for the punter to be locked down. He wanted people to work, which was possible to do in a safe manner. Better than filling in blank checks with money we don’t have?

You kept saying that debt would cripple the country while Obama was in power. 

Starting to happen under Biden, thankfully that bullet missed

If you believe in fiscal conservatism,

I do, that’s why I’m cheering for this win for the country and overall economy and that’s why I’m glad these two brave Democrats realized what they were putting the nation through, not a partisan thing.

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Posted in: Republicans test history in vote against pandemic relief See in context

Well, you had two Democrats that joined the GOP in stopping this madness spending Kurt Schrader of Oregon and Jared Golden of Maine was one of two Democrats to oppose a $1.9 trillion pandemic relief bill and as I keep saying, there’s no way we can’t just go on again and again filling in bank checks as if we have an inexhaustible supply of money. That gravy train has long come to an end. Glad someone had the guts to bloke this madness and it was a no brainer that the minimum wage hike of $15 was going to go nowhere it was doomed to fail and DOA.

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Posted in: Prince Harry: British press were 'destroying my mental health' See in context

but it's not Meghan's fault she was popular with the crowds

Not so sure about that, I think with each passing day the woman is more and more despised by the public.

https://www.nowtolove.com.au/royals/british-royal-family/meghan-markle-feud-53096

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Posted in: Next 'Star Wars' series to hit Disney streaming service in May See in context

Disney tends to often ruin things, as long as they stay politically neutral, but the more they involve themselves in this cancel culture, the more people will turn them off.

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Posted in: U.S. implicates Saudi crown prince in journalist Khashoggi's killing See in context

in the beginning, you posted that America gave dollars to both Saudi and Iran

They did

Now you do a flip flop.

No, I just spoke about commodity exchanges that both sides got something in return, one hand washed the other.

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Posted in: Trump allies show fealty to former president with golden statue See in context

Let's see, on one side there's a political group mostly comprised of rich white men

As well, as the Democrat party and big tech

(plus some women and a very occasional minority), and on the other a diverse group of white, latino, indian, asian and black men and women.

That's why the new GOP is growing because of the diversity in races, religion

I wonder which one is more likely to be bigoted? I reaaaaally wonder.... Hmmm.... Tough one...

When you drive through the minority communities in each Blue State that heavily supports Democrats, not tough at all frankly.

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Posted in: U.S. implicates Saudi crown prince in journalist Khashoggi's killing See in context

Yes and the Dems have been in bed with the Iranians, both are despicable, but I only support the Saudis because I do want them and Israel to keep the Iranians in check.

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Posted in: Trump allies show fealty to former president with golden statue See in context

The CPAC is a collection of bigots

Liberals can't say anything when it comes to bigotry their entire policies are made up around gender and identity politics, they use race and gender at every available opportunity and their record is not a good one at all when you break it down, so these people are the last people that should call an entire group of people bigots.

This conference will not win him one new vote

Quite the contrary, that's why the establishment Republicans are extremely worried, no wonder they weren't invited.

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Posted in: U.S. implicates Saudi crown prince in journalist Khashoggi's killing See in context

Oil yes. Weapons yes. More dollars flow from Saudi into America than the other way.

In oil revenue, but to say the Saudis didn't pay just is laughable of course they did and they made back on that return.

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Posted in: Trump allies show fealty to former president with golden statue See in context

Back to trusting polls again. It’s hilarious watching you constantly spin on trusting polls.

Not trusting, that's just a matter of fact. I think liberas are just scared that every tactic that was used to squash Trump didn't work and now at CPAC he's more popular than ever, but yeah, even the establishment Republicans are worried and jealous.

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Posted in: U.S. implicates Saudi crown prince in journalist Khashoggi's killing See in context

Doesn't matter,

Oh, but it truly does matter.

they bought and invested heavily in the US arms industry.

And we built and supplied them the arms and at a discount, a commodity of supply and demand.

actually, you made my point that Saudi provides more dollars to America

No, I made a point that it's all equally relevant and we go the oil and they got their firearms, perfect transaction.

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Posted in: Trump allies show fealty to former president with golden statue See in context

Not surprising the Trump Republican congress members at the conference have claimed they're too sick to attend to congressional business back in DC.

Fantastic! They're not wanted anyone. The best part is, Romney was disinvited.

When in fact they're down in the warm Florida sun cavorting with their far right base.

No, the far-right was left in DC which is perfectly legal and they should.

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