Bob Fosse comments

Posted in: Republicans tell Biden tax hikes are a non-starter in recovery plan See in context

Republicans: always scared and making stuff up to try to scare everyone else too.

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Posted in: GOP purges Cheney for 'unity,' but Trump bent on retribution See in context

 78 million don’t think so

You guys are funny. Lol.

Oh, I’m laughing alright. Thank you.

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Posted in: Republicans tell Biden tax hikes are a non-starter in recovery plan See in context

So the Democrats want to tax people into oblivion

Read the article and then search the archive for every other article about the infrastructure bill. Every time it has been made clear that taxes will be increased on the rich with no intention to increase taxes for anyone else. Every time.

This article mentions it 4 times.

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Posted in: U.S. coronavirus deaths hit lowest level in 10 months See in context

America will be probably soon go back to normal life. 

Texas and Florida are doing that already.

Not quite:

“And even among the five states with the highest daily deaths — Michigan with an average of 65.4, Florida with 61.7, California with 48, Texas with 44 and New York with 39.3 — all but Florida's number is going down”

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Posted in: GOP purges Cheney for 'unity,' but Trump bent on retribution See in context

The GOP and the ex president. Brilliant stuff. The gift that keeps giving. It’s easier than shooting fish in a barrel, more like looking at fish in a barrel.

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Posted in: Inside Arizona's election audit, GOP fraud fantasies live on See in context

If they uncover significant fraud, then people in other states will start demanding audits.

They won’t.

This will get interesting.

It already is, it’s comedy gold.

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Posted in: Inside Arizona's election audit, GOP fraud fantasies live on See in context

“Everybody keeps saying, oh, there’s no evidence and it’s like, yeah, well let’s do the audit and if there’s nothing there, then we say look, there was nothing there,” 

And that’ll be the end of it? All the conspiracy nuts will admit they were wrong? Sure.

The audit is recounting only the presidential race and the U.S. Senate contest, two contests won by Democrats. Down-ballot races, where Republicans fared better, are not being reviewed.

I see.

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Posted in: Can't wait for a jab? Black market COVID vaccines available, at a price See in context

No thanks, I'd rather roll the dice and develop immunity by catching COVID.

That is rolling the dice twice since there is no guaranteed immunity after recovering from Covid.

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Posted in: Inside Arizona's election audit, GOP fraud fantasies live on See in context

Bamboo fibers...fruitcakes.

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Posted in: Japan prepares to inoculate adolescents aged 12-15 against COVID See in context

...by summer 2025.

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Posted in: Deaths at home in Osaka Prefecture surge amid COVID wave See in context

Sorry, but I am not the one twisting. Some are claiming or promoting these vaccines as being perfectly fine, and that they will not have any long term effects. My point was that nobody knows this

But you are fine about promoting Ivermectin. You don’t see any problem with that?

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Posted in: Deaths at home in Osaka Prefecture surge amid COVID wave See in context

Instead, we still have many infected people waiting at home and only seeking help when it's too late.

Not the case at all. Despicable attempt at distorting the truth of the situation.

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Posted in: Anger in France after 'civil war' warning over Macron's 'concessions' to Islamism See in context

Express Sister, Bravo!

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Posted in: Anger in France after 'civil war' warning over Macron's 'concessions' to Islamism See in context

That number is outdated, and it does not take in account the changing demographics because of birthrate. If you look at the kindergarten population, the number is already several times higher. Nothing "xenophobic" about stating facts.

You haven’t stated any facts. Do share some if you have them.

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Posted in: Anger in France after 'civil war' warning over Macron's 'concessions' to Islamism See in context

Sure... Germany, Belgium, France and the UK. Swamped... too many. Its not just spicy food and Olympic quality athletes. Not everything about the imported culture is positive.

Exceedingly poor attitude.

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Posted in: Anger in France after 'civil war' warning over Macron's 'concessions' to Islamism See in context

The nations rise. Time is running out again. Now you know why the politicians are so desperate to keep their lockdowns in place and prevent the wars that are rapidly approaching. It won't take much of a spark to kick things off in any of over a dozen nations.

You forgot the rivers of blood Enoch.

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Posted in: Trouble mars skateboarding's rising popularity in Japan See in context

Skateboarders have taken over a quiet corner of a local park that has a couple of concrete benches and small steps. They are there almost every weekend and evening, practicing hard. They are polite, friendly and always stop when we need to pass through. 

Personally I think it is good to see teenagers enjoying themselves outside and I think their dedication will probably benefit them in the long run.

Absolutely!

As other posters have mentioned mamachari mavericks are far more dangerous.

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Posted in: 5 injured in stabbing rampage at New Zealand market See in context

Sons of Anarchy was a pretty good TV show. It doesn’t deserve to get dragged into this because of this guy’s T-shirt.

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Posted in: 5 injured in stabbing rampage at New Zealand market See in context

Not as sketchy as claiming the media are not releasing his name because he isn’t white. As you like to say:

“ouch. how inconvenient to the narrative.”

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Posted in: 5 injured in stabbing rampage at New Zealand market See in context

People keep trying to find a race or lockdown issue, conspiracies that his name is withheld because he isn’t white or that it’s an immigrant terrorist or that it’s lockdown cabin fever.

All indications now are that it was a white male high on something.

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Posted in: 5 injured in stabbing rampage at New Zealand market See in context

Hopefully this isn't another domestic terrorist action by another extremest immigrant .

It appears not to be.

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Posted in: Japan speeds up COVID vaccine rollout for elderly See in context

Biden did not "change any rollout". He is just continuing Trumps vaccination program.

There was no plan. This is documented.

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Posted in: 5 injured in stabbing rampage at New Zealand market See in context

Horrific. The heroic bystanders deserve recognition.

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Posted in: Man kills 6, then himself, at Colorado birthday party shooting See in context

when can we sit down and seriously talk about this issue on how to address mental illness and the care or lack of that could prevent people getting their hands on a firearm

When? You do it every time this happens.

But now is not the time for gun control laws to be revised, oh no, it’s too raw, time for healing and reflection before we tackle legislation and..:.oh no, another mass shooting. But now is not the time for gun control laws to be revised, oh no, it’s too raw, time for healing and reflection before we tackle legislation and..:.oh no, another one.

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Posted in: 'No doubt' U.S. has undercounted COVID deaths: Fauci See in context

People who trust right-wing pundits and politicians over an actual doctor for public health matters really need to think long and hard about their whole system of values.

Thinking long and hard will trip them up at the first hurdle.

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Posted in: House GOP leader says he backs ousting Cheney from No. 3 job See in context

this person has an inability to stop speaking constantly about what she thinks. Over and over. 

it’s a constant distraction and is used to hurt the team. Just like when she agreed with Dems about the false Russian bounty story and kept talking about it. 

She falls for fake news, criticizes our other leaders and sides with the other team any chance she gets. That’s not “leadership”.

Apart from siding with the other team, how are you different?

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Posted in: House GOP leader says he backs ousting Cheney from No. 3 job See in context

Cancel culture. Terrible.

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Posted in: Man kills 6, then himself, at Colorado birthday party shooting See in context

It was Colorado's worst mass shooting since a gunman killed 10 people at a Boulder supermarket March 22

In most other countries this would be the worst mass shooting in decades. In yeehaw land it’s only the worst in Colorado in 7 weeks. Lunacy.

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Posted in: 4 dead, 1 hurt after shooting, fire in Maryland See in context

Bob Fosse was right. the residents should have had an armed guard on him. this wouldnt have happened.

Well, that ends the ‘good guy with a gun’ argument. What’s the hero supposed to do?

Thats not the 'good guy with a gun' argument and you know it. keep ducking the issue though, Bob.

So a neighbor ‘armed guard’ is not a good guy with a gun?

If I’m confused about or ‘ducking’ the good guy with a gun argument, why don’t you spell it out clearly for us?

Citizens are far far more numerous and have far far more guns than the police. But it’s the police’s job? But an armed guard trained on him night and day would have stopped it?

And I’m the confused one? Well, I am now.

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Posted in: 4 dead, 1 hurt after shooting, fire in Maryland See in context

A lot of guys have guns. the non-crazy ones dont shoot people with them

Well, that ends the ‘good guy with a gun’ argument. What’s the hero supposed to do?

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