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bdog 29

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  1. Two pages defending the NRA after they're implicating in a decades long fraud scandal, ad hominem attacks on Dems coming after the 2nd Amendment (nevermind that black people and leftists are arming themselves more than ever in light of this administration), and another unsolicited defense of Brett Kavanaugh no one was asking for. What a return. @achilles return I hope you say a prayer to movie Moses every time you fire that AR.
  2. Also, this lawsuit might be why the NRA has been uncharacteristically quiet in light of all the culture war cannon fodder they could have gotten in on. The investigation has apparently been going on for quite some time now and it's possible that the top guys decided to shy away from being too inflammatory to take some attention off before this all came out.
  3. If 2020 somehow ends with the dissolution of the NRA, that'll be one bright spot to look back upon.
  4. This post made me look the piece up. Glad I did, this was great. Any educators have opinions on this? I know @BamaBirdLady is a teacher but I'm not sure if we have any others.
  5. Man, we're about to have an absolute travesty on our hands in two weeks.
  6. Everyone has their own battles but I would have definitely posted the last sentence of your post as a reply and stuck around to argue with anybody who cared to disagree. Probably doesn't do anything in the end but I can't stand seeing people I know make stupid arguments like that and go unchecked.
  7. For all the people on here with kids, what are your plans for them now that the school year is approaching. I was talking to this kid I mentor over the weekend and I was shocked when he told me that he was leaving for college in a few weeks. I haven't paid much attention to what's going on in that space but I'd assumed most colleges were distance learning. I thank God that I do not have kids right now because the way the reopenings have been politicized with no credence to the science is mind blowing. The fact that so many people are pushing for reopenings when things are even worse now than when schools shut down to begin with makes my blood boil.
  8. This release makes me think that Gohmert is in pretty bad shape.
  9. California actually did a good job when things first hit. Tbh I haven't been paying too much attention to what's happened there since. But NY's high death rate is directly tied to Cuomo's policy to release stable but still contagious people to nursing homes. I'm not sure what Newsom's done but it's going to be hard for him to top that one.
  10. When this is all said and done, there needs to be a Nuremberg-style trial for the politicians who let things get this bad. Trump, Kushner, Kemp, and even Cuomo all need to be held accountable for what they did.
  11. In case you thought Cain's death would lead to some self-reflection.
  12. Honestly, can't even say I care. When he went to the Trump rally and proudly flouted that he wasn't wearing a mask, thousands of people had already died. The fact that his hubris and arrogance led to his death isn't to be celebrated but I definitely won't be mourning him. The way I see it, he voluntarily added his name to the list of the other 150,000 people. At least, he did it voluntarily. Most of the others didn't get that luxury. Worst of all, I doubt his death will change any hearts or minds of the anti mask, anti science crowd.
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