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RE: It's a shame to see what people think is relevant news worthy of discussion...
I'm bumpin' this for posterity every chance I get.....great post Miko!

it would behoove one to open their eyes at some point and only hope they see the color of green instead of red.....
07-14-2017 04:58 PM
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RE: It's a shame to see what people think is relevant news worthy of discussion...
It's good to take a week off from here every once in a while and spin the wheel again. A lot of the threads have to do with somebody doing something that one side doesn't like and the other plays down like it's no big deal. I'm not all that into current events, because the worst time to study current events is when they haven't even finished yet.

I tend to like bigger issues like the economy (I won't say that I have the most knowledge, but I'll read), education, demographics, and social trends. Was delighted to see the subjects regarding barriers to the middle class and the rights of interns.
07-14-2017 05:49 PM
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(07-14-2017 05:49 PM)nomad2u2001 Wrote:  It's good to take a week off from here every once in a while and spin the wheel again. A lot of the threads have to do with somebody doing something that one side doesn't like and the other plays down like it's no big deal. I'm not all that into current events, because the worst time to study current events is when they haven't even finished yet.

I tend to like bigger issues like the economy (I won't say that I have the most knowledge, but I'll read), education, demographics, and social trends. Was delighted to see the subjects regarding barriers to the middle class and the rights of interns.

it's almost gotten to the point of self induced permanency...very good point garcon!

disclaimer: you reminded me why I stated such would happen (to myself) after the election.....
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07-14-2017 07:13 PM
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I only had to look at your sources for your post. Thanks, I'll skip.
07-15-2017 11:37 AM
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