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  1. Vermont being the exception that proves the rule

    Vermont being the exception that proves the rule
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    All depends on what you imagine to be classy. ...

    All depends on what you imagine to be classy.

    Limbaugh once said that all newspaper composite pictures of wanted criminals looked like Jesse Jackson. Another time he said of the genocide of...
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    I did not say your observation was irrelevant. ...

    I did not say your observation was irrelevant. Go read again what I wrote.



    I know how numbers work. But I never said that the raw numbers did not increase. The amount of money — again in...
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    Limbaugh was just one entry on America’s very...

    Limbaugh was just one entry on America’s very lengthy list of con artists masquerading as public figures.
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    /\ Irrelevant to my point (in case you missed...

    /\ Irrelevant to my point (in case you missed it), which had to do with the ill-informed post about the “skyrocketing” impact of the ACA of 2010 (the ACA did not go into full-force effect until...
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    Hate to awaken you abruptly out of your cozy...

    Hate to awaken you abruptly out of your cozy slumbers, but we already have a multi-tiered society
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    https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20210621/16719671...

    https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20210621/167196711c57323e88a046f1c1defaca.jpg
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    I had no idea that the ACA was passed in the...

    I had no idea that the ACA was passed in the Little Bush (aka Shrub) Administration.
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    I think I’d agree with Kaag’s observations with...

    I think I’d agree with Kaag’s observations with one caveat: I believe that even in the face of the ultimate personal void, my progeny counts as more than simply a distraction. Yes, they are fragile...
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    In a book on the 18th-century philosopher,...

    In a book on the 18th-century philosopher, Frederich Nietzsche, I came across the following observation:

    “Nietzsche, echoing Schopenhauer, believed that the ways in which most individuals sought...
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    Sticky: You are asking a question of yourself, dude. You...

    You are asking a question of yourself, dude. You may consider seeking help (especially if you go the next step and aswer that question ;)).
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    I definitely missed the connection first time...

    I definitely missed the connection first time through. I see it now.

    Your post was not useless. My apologies.
  13. You actually found some real virgins?

    You actually found some real virgins?
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    I labeled your original post* useless simply...

    I labeled your original post* useless simply because you did not identify in it what kind of impact you meant. Impact is impact. Sure, given your general stance on things, I suppose I could assume...
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    I did use those words (I do not think, however,...

    I did use those words (I do not think, however, that I called it welfare per se).

    Nevertheless, and call it what you will, the fact is that I do receive regular benefits from the government. I...
  16. Well, I sure don’t know about that, but I do know...

    Well, I sure don’t know about that, but I do know that ritual sacrificing of virgins is prohibited, even under the first amendment.
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    No questions. You answered as I expected. ...

    No questions. You answered as I expected.

    But I will say that I am not losing any sleep over the fact that I am currently a beneficiary of Social Security and Medicare, and neither am I losing...
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    Useless post. Positive or negative? Evidence?

    Useless post. Positive or negative? Evidence?
  19. “Congress shall make no law respecting an...

    “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof…”

    Apparently, the City of Philadelphis was prohibiting a Catholic Foster Child...
  20. I get that, but you wrote overloads, and I was...

    I get that, but you wrote overloads, and I was unsure of which you meant.
  21. Overlords?

    Overlords?
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    Sticky: OMG (and I don’t even believe in god). You are a...

    OMG (and I don’t even believe in god). You are a brick. It was supposed to be absurd.
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    Sticky: What, the playbook that says when you read, read...

    What, the playbook that says when you read, read carefully (and when you listen, listen carefully) lest you make yourself look like an even bigger dolt?

    Good playbook. You should read it —...
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    Sticky: Please…go away and take this to your local open...

    (fixed that for you — it’s not all that hard)

    More dots to connect.

    Your dots being connected make less sense that the constellations the ancients seemed to see in the sky. Other than the Big...
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    Sticky: Go ahead, suggest all you want. But, face it,...

    Go ahead, suggest all you want. But, face it, given the context and the actual text, you are not even in the right zip code on this, much less the right time zone.
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