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  • MannyGoldstein (1924 posts)
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    HUNDREDS of armed lesbian gangs raping 10-year old girls

    Maybe thousands!!!

    Sad, but true I guess.

    You know Rod Wheeler? That fellow who on Monday claimed he had evidence that Seth Rich had corresponded with Wikileaks? Then, yesterday, said he didn’t but we all know he was telling the truth the first time?

    Well, a little while back that same Rod Wheeler was on Bill O’Reilly, warning good Americans about the many, many gangs of armed Lesbians that roam our country and debauch our children, inducting them into a life of homosexuality. 150 of these gangs in the Washington D.C. area alone!

    From the Southern Poverty Law Center’s Account:

    Wheeler, a Washington, D.C., Metropolitan Police Department officer-turned-paid Fox News commentator, launched right in: “Well, you know, there is this national underground network, if you will, Bill, of women that’s lesbians and also some men groups that’s actually recruiting kids as young as 10 years old in a lot of the schools in the communities all across the country,” he reported. “And they actually carry a number of weapons. And they commit a number of crimes.

    Wheeler asserted that “we’ve actually counted, just in the Washington, D.C., area alone, that’s Washington D.C., Maryland, and Virginia, well over 150 of these crews. … And they — like I said, they recruit these kids to be members of these gangs.

    O’Reilly asked, “Now, when they recruit the kids, are they indoctrinating them into homosexuality?

    Yes,” Wheeler answered. “As a matter of fact, some of the kids have actually reported that they were forced into, you know, performing sex acts and doing sex acts with some of these people.

    The Southern Poverty Law Center claims this is all a load of hateful garbage… but you be the judge.

    Do you know why Bernie is the most popular person in politics? I’m pretty sure it’s because he’s the most credible person in politics. The world is filled with bull@#$%, and people are looking for something real.

    He’s even loved by boatloads of Republicans – because they, too, are sick of the bull@#$%. Bernie isn’t running around screaming that the Presidential election was hacked – nor that it wasn’t hacked – he simply says that it don’t look real good, and needs to be checked out. He follows the facts, and Americans love him for that.

    As Progressives who want to win back our country, we need that credibility, too. If we’re real, and folks believe it, we’ll win. But being real means having our facts straight, and I don’t think that believing some loon qualifies as earning credibility.

    Having our facts straight cuts both ways: while AFAIK there’s no solid evidence that Seth Rich leaked the documents in question, nor that he was assassinated for it, there’s also no real evidence that Russia hacked the election – the evidence that I’ve seen is silly. We simply don’t know what happened, although we may have suspicions. And it’s OK to not know, but to have suspicions. But confusing suspicion with knowing? Nothing but trouble.

    Please: Let’s be like Bernie, by being very careful to stick to the facts, and not just grabbing on to what we suspect is true.

    P.S. I suspect that John Lennon would have been a big fan of Bernie. (But I don’t know that, of course.)

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    • As Seen on the Internet (171 posts)
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      1. In so many of these sensational type stories that some have a strong motivation

      to believe, one can usually assume they’re not true unless they are backed up by very good evidence.

      One shouldn’t bother to get worked up by this story, the Russian hacking that probably didn’t happen, or any claim against any nation that the US government wants to attack (like the alleged sarin gas attack by the Syrian government which almost definitely didn’t happen as the US government claims).

    • ravensong (1052 posts)
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      2. The man is either lying, or suffers from paranoid delusions and hallucinations.

      It’s frightening, to think that there might be people out there who actually believe that kind of ridiculous nonsense.

      “Democratic socialism means that we must reform a political system which is corrupt—that we must create an economy that works for all, not just the very wealthy,”  ~ Sen. Bernie Sanders  
    • Aerows (2829 posts)
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      3. Not even funny or persuasive. N/T

      Root: If we're just information, just noise in the system, we might as well be a symphony.
    • Beebee (1230 posts)
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      4. Self deleted

      "confrontation of the self is as important as with others. we have to be ready to be surprised by unexpected rhetoric, or even possible communion, with those previously seen as impossible." NuttyFluffers
    • mick063 (1941 posts)
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      5. With the collapse of the fourth estate

      No one can claim a monopoly on truth.

      The DNC has regularly fucked over the Sanders wing.

      The Seth Rich murder happened. It wasn’t a robbery, hence I believe it was politically motivated. I believe the political entity that would benefit the most from that murder would be the Clinton faction of the Democratic Party.

      Logical, deductive reasoning.

      "I welcome their hatred"    Franklin D. Roosevelt
      • Aerows (2829 posts)
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        6. Seth Rich was murdered

        and anybody trying to gloss that fact over with distraction paint is not to be trusted.

        Root: If we're just information, just noise in the system, we might as well be a symphony.
      • Enthusiast (7191 posts)
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        24. I'm with you on that.

        "The NSA’s capability at any time could be turned around on the American people, and no American would have any privacy left, such is the capability to monitor everything. There would be no place to hide."  Frank Church
    • HassleCat (529 posts)
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      7. I was kidnapped by one of those lesbian gangs.

      After being drugged with hashish pellets, I was stripped naked and forced to perform unspeakable acts with hamsters. Then slices of ham were duct taped to my body, and I was forced to walk into Jewish delis and scream, “Nobody move, or I’ll pork you!” while the lesbians grabbed all the sesame bagels they could carry.  Finally, they grew tired of me and drove me to the country, where they released me, half starved, bruised and bloody from the nearly constant beatings. I was taken in by a family of evangelical Christians, and I have been living with them for six weeks. I have only one request. Please, somebody, return me to the lesbians!

      • Aerows (2829 posts)
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        9. My question is

        Are the hamsters okay?

        Root: If we're just information, just noise in the system, we might as well be a symphony.
      • ravensong (1052 posts)
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        11. PM me your location in code and I'll contact the Lavender Blood so they

        can re-kidnap you before the cult brainwashing causes permanent psychological damage.

        Thanks for the laugh

        “Democratic socialism means that we must reform a political system which is corrupt—that we must create an economy that works for all, not just the very wealthy,”  ~ Sen. Bernie Sanders  
        • Aerows (2829 posts)
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          13. I want to join the gang, personally

          It will be some lovely lady’s highlight :D !  I’m a real live one.

          Root: If we're just information, just noise in the system, we might as well be a symphony.
          • ravensong (1052 posts)
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            33. You'll love the initiation ceremony, darlin'.

            ;)

            “Democratic socialism means that we must reform a political system which is corrupt—that we must create an economy that works for all, not just the very wealthy,”  ~ Sen. Bernie Sanders  
      • nevereVereven (2052 posts)
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        15. I can't begin to count the people who have shared similar stories with me. nm

        A hologram of a magnifying glass will also function as a magnifying glass, but a hologram of Sherlock Holmes won't solve anything.  
      • Entrepreneur (1624 posts)
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        32. Excellent job!

        No longer GoneFishin.  Truth is I've never GoneFishin.
    • Punxsutawney (970 posts)
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      8. One of the things I noticed during

      The Obama presidency is that people on the right so desperately wanted to believe every crazy conspiracy theory they heard.  I remember a co-worker who brought me this viral e-mail from some alleged college professor about how Obama was going to undo the Constitution and was creating an army of Brown Shirts (all Black of course, there’s some irony there I think). They lapped this crap up like a kitten to warm milk. I told her it was all “Drivel” and that my 14 year old would own this alleged professor in a debate. But she just refused to listen and kept repeating “but what if it is true?”.

      Now it’s the Hillbots with Russia. They jump at every piece of crap they are fed lately, not unlike my co-worker. Now Russia doesn’t scare me half as much as 45’s erratic behavior and the regime around him who have nothing but malice toward democracy and intend to enrich themselves at our expense.  I will say I will be happy to see an investigation for a number of reasons and I support Bernie on this. It keeps the regime distracted and while I have my doubts, hopefully we learn something of value.

      Now that doesn’t mean that I don’t find Seth Rich’s death suspicious, and possibly a message being sent. But my feelings are without proof at the moment. Looking at the source of yesterday’s news, the man is not really high on integrity. I’m not saying not to talk about what we hear, or want to talk about, but to try to put it in context.  Remember extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence. And I know I’ve been guilty of jumping in too quickly at times as well.  In the end integrity is one of the things that’s hardest to create. It takes time and care and can be destroyed in seconds.

      And trust me, there is no love lost between me and the DLC wing of the Democratic party.  They have done a great deal of harm to me, of which I’ll never recover completely. And that is the reason why Hillary didn’t get my vote and never will.

       

       

      To neoliberals, everyone and everything are disposable. -  Chris Hedges  “The modern conservative is engaged in one of man's oldest exercises in moral philosophy; that is, the search for a superior moral justification for selfishness" - J.K. Galbraith
      • MannyGoldstein (1924 posts)
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        10. Thank you for your cogency. nt

        "It is difficult to get a man to understand something, when his salary depends upon his not understanding it" - Upton Sinclair
        • Punxsutawney (970 posts)
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          25. Thank you Manny

          Mary, and the other “M” for bringing this site to life. I never new the Jack Pine Radical outside of his postings, but my 14 year old, now an adult had long conversations with him back in the day before the old site turned ugly.

          To neoliberals, everyone and everything are disposable. -  Chris Hedges  “The modern conservative is engaged in one of man's oldest exercises in moral philosophy; that is, the search for a superior moral justification for selfishness" - J.K. Galbraith
      • jdpriestly (4988 posts)
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        14. I'm absolutely with you. Thanks.

        I hope that the Seth Rich murder will be investigated and that his family will learn what happened to him.

        I am just pleased that a special prosecutor who is competent has been named.

        No Truth!  No Trust!  Bernie or Bust!
    • Silver Witch (4698 posts)
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      12. No evidence of Russia owning Trump either …..

      …..and yet those FAKE news stories are posted endlessly.

      #Let'sTalkRevolution
      • Yanath (469 posts)
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        18. Progressives bave to be more careful than anyone else.

        We have an honest respect for the concept of evidence.

        • Silver Witch (4698 posts)
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          19. That is truth Yanath…it is hopefully what we believe in most.

          #Let'sTalkRevolution
    • JimLane (1049 posts)
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      16. I note that this story is from 2007.

      These wily lesbians have been evading capture for ten years now!

      • Half Century Man (661 posts)
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        20. Lesbians blend in.

        They look so much like people you’d think they actually were.

        Amazing really.

         

         

         

        (don’t do emoticons, so..sarcasm)

         

         

    • hopemountain (1621 posts)
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      17. ok. i pwahmiss…

      but i cannot guarantee what my spidey senses will convey to me.

      "economic and environmental justice is spiritual work." ~ tom b. k. goldtooth ....
    • TRex (1901 posts)
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      21. The fake news is strong with this one.

      It is like a million Foxnews viewers cried out in the night and were just gone. NO wait that was just a chili fart.

      I never promised you a rose garden.
    • ctsnowman (359 posts)
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      22. Totally agree

      Of course that’s the same reason I don’t by all the scary Russian BS either. Same people warning us about them (Macsame Shillary et al.) that told us about Iraq.

      Army and Navy veteran and a proud liberal.
    • Fasttense (1149 posts)
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      23. Armed lesbians?

      Better than armless lesbians.

    • Anemonella (127 posts)
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      26. If I were trying to cover up my heinous crime

      I would pay some preposterous person to claim I did it, then I could just laugh when anybody suggests I committed that crime.

    • FanBoy (7740 posts)
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      27. 150 gangs of violent lesbians IN DC ALONE!!!???

      I think you do not pay sufficient heed to the real danger here!!!

       

       

       

    • davidthegnome (984 posts)
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      28. Hmm.

      I don’t even really fully trust the “vetted” truth anymore, to be honest.  Hard to know what to believe in this age of “alternate” facts.  Satire helps, of course.  Hundreds of armed lesbians gangs huh?

      ““Well, you know, there is this national underground network, if you will, Bill, of women that’s lesbians and also some men groups that’s actually recruiting kids as young as 10 years old in a lot of the schools in the communities all across the country,””

      It never ceases to amaze me the kind of conspiracy theories and whacked out shit these idiots come up with.  I mean… gay and lesbian armies recruiting ten year old kids?  Raping ten year old girls?  The only people I know of that are recruiting are those right wing militia groups, who may very well take part in the rape of anything – whether human, animal, fruit or vegetable.  In my experience, it tends to be the hard core right wing preachers and followers that are the most… shall we say… “sexually disturbed” individuals.

      “We simply don’t know what happened, although we may have suspicions. And it’s OK to not know, but to have suspicions. But confusing suspicion with knowing? Nothing but trouble.”

      This is why speculation has gone wild.  The question is – will we ever know the truth?  Will our beloved leaders bother to share it with us if they know it at some point?  Trust is in short supply for a reason.  Honestly, with the exception of (most) really crazy shit, one theory is as good as another.  Maybe Trump and Putin have a relationship that is deeper than we realize.  Maybe they’re planning to get married and elope to Siberia.  Maybe Clinton has developed a secret hollowed out volcano lair from where she can take over the world.  Maybe Bernie is working with those blasted Canadians to come up with a weather weapon that will make it always winter and never Christmas!

      Seriously, the surprise is not when people come up with theories, however far out they may be.  The surprise is when we can even trust the so called truth.

      “There is no distinctly native American criminal class save Congress.” - Mark Twain
    • vattel (1260 posts)
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      29. At least he is sensitive to issues of race

      “The police department has made a tremendous investigation and actually narrowed down the suspect as being a Hispanic male. Not a black male, not a Chinese male– with his eyes like this — but a Hispanic male,” he (Wheeler) said, as he made a gesture pulling back his eyes.

      http://adage.com/article/the-big-tent/rod-wheeler-difference-hispanics-chinese/122016/

    • Marym625 (18695 posts)
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      30. Considering there is NO evidence that the election was hacked

      by anyone much less the Russians, and we KNOW this started with the DNC and Hillary campaign (actual evidence in wikileaks email dumps) how is THAT not fake news?

      You’re stating their should be an investigation into something that has zero basis in fact, no evidence after investigation by the cia, fbi, NSA, etc and even Obama saying that the emails were leaked, not hacked.

      Yet you’re, basically, saying that the Seth Rich was the leaker should just be forgotten until there’s evidence to the contrary.

      We know emails were leaked or hacked and shared with the world. We know the emails were real. We know Assange offered a reward for information on Seth Rich’s murderer. We know he wasn’t robbed. We know that this case is still unsolved. We know, without robbery being a motive, that there had to be some other motive.

      What do we have that even suggests that the election was hacked? There is much more evidence that the DNC cheated in the primary. There’s proof of itin Nevada anda couple other states. Why notcall for an investigation into that?

      We know crosscheck is real anddisenfranchised millions of voters. Whynotcall foran investigation into that?

      I totally agree with you on the information from this whack job. But there’s reason for speculation and more reason to investigate than the”Russians did it”

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      • Fasttense (1149 posts)
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        31. Well the black box voting machines make it almost impossible

        to know if the votes were rigged or not.

        I always hoped that this Russian story would morph into a careful analysis of our faulty voting systems but seems not so much….

        “The list of those problems is what you’d expect from any computer or, more specifically, any computer that’s a decade or older. Most of these machines are running Windows XP, for which Microsoft hasn’t released a security patch since April 2014. Though there’s no evidence of direct voting machine interference to date, researchers have demonstrated that many of them are susceptible to malware or, equally if not more alarming, a well-timed denial of service attack.

        “When people think that people think about doing something major to impact our election results at the voting machine, they think they’d try to switch results,” says Norden, referring to potential software tampering. “But you can do a lot less than that and do a lot of damage… If you have machines not working, or working slowly, that could create lots of problems too, preventing people from voting at all.”

        The extent of vulnerability isn’t just hypothetical; late last summer, Virginia decertified thousands of insecure WinVote machines. As one security researcher described it, “anyone within a half mile could have modified every vote, undetected” without “any technical expertise.” The vendor had gone out of business years prior.”

        https://www.wired.com/2016/08/americas-voting-machines-arent-ready-election/

        • Marym625 (18695 posts)
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          35. Great point

          I hoped the same, that this would cause an actual investigation into voter suppression. But that ain’t gonna happen. They don’t want that. Then they would have to find new ways to fuck us over

          948c8f248a "Once the decision was made to go into Iraq as an invader and occupier,  it’s like our nation lost its conscience. And it has not yet gotten that conscience back." Madfloridian  
      • MannyGoldstein (1924 posts)
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        39. I certainly didn't intend to say that things should not be investigated

        Just that we shouldn’t proclaim that we know when we don’t, and that we should be careful about believing sources without checking them out.

        Seth Rich’s murder leaves some unanswered questions – that deserves an investigation, in my opinion.

        Trump and his gang have billions of dollars in financial ties with Russia, Trump fired Comey because he was investigating, and more – that also deserves an investigation, I think.

        Voter disenfranchisement scams, on the other hand, don’t need an investigation – they need to end.

        "It is difficult to get a man to understand something, when his salary depends upon his not understanding it" - Upton Sinclair
        • Marym625 (18695 posts)
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          40. I'm good with that.

          :)

          948c8f248a "Once the decision was made to go into Iraq as an invader and occupier,  it’s like our nation lost its conscience. And it has not yet gotten that conscience back." Madfloridian  
    • LiberalElite (4285 posts)
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      34. John Lennon had a fine-tuned b.s. detector.

      R.I.P.

      I feel much better since I've given up hope
    • Ohio Barbarian (2256 posts)
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      36. You make a very important point. If progressives justifiably ridicule right

      wingers for believing in such nonsense that Obama was born outside of the United States, or that climate change is a Chinese hoax, or also quite justifiably refuse to believe that the Russians hacked the DNC until some sort of hard evidence is presented, then we lose the strength of our arguments when we reflexively jump on board some CT floated by a proven vicious wack job because that CT jives with our own preconception.

      You are absolutely correct when you say we need credibility in order to gain any real political power. We lose credibility when we unquestioningly agree with someone like Wheeler.

      "Identity politics is the last refuge of the politically incompetent."  --Me, with a hat tip to Isaac Asimov  
    • 3FingerBrown (230 posts)
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      37. Just give me the truth.

      I can handle it. Wherever it may lead. Russia, Adam Rich, Trump, Obama, Bush, Clinton, TTP, Climate change, domestic policy, foreign policy, monetary policy, JFK assassination, space aliens, whatever! I do not believe any of the Russia hacked the election BS, mainly because I have not seen any proof yet. But I also don’t believe the official story about Adam Rich, but there is no evidence yet that it was any thing other than what the police say it is, so I would be a hypocrite if I yelled and screamed about one and not the other. Pretty good distractions though, by the Deep State, as the corrupt media is focused on Russia/Comey/Flynn, the same corporate raping of America is going on unabated!

    • Hari (1082 posts)
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      38. This is totally FUBAR.

      Many years ago I roomed with 4 other girls, one being a lesbian.  We were all very close, and believe me, lesbians do NOT rape!!  This friend said that, like gay men, lesbians can tell if someone is gay (maybe not 100% of the time).  Grrr!!!! Plus, they don’t run around in Gangs.

      • tripleQ (163 posts)
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        41. I've been mistaken for a lesbian.

        By lesbians and non lesbians alike.

        I think it’s because I’m just usually too lazy to  do all that feminine crap (makeup and shaving) society expects.

        I’m just saying: Lesbian gaydar is far from perfect.

        Which has nothing to do with the topic at hand.  Just a stray observation.

         

        • Hari (1082 posts)
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          42. LOL A couple of guys asked me if I were a lesbian.

          They just couldn’t understand why I wouldn’t just jump in bed, not with both. These were two separate incidences.  Idiots.

        • MannyGoldstein (1924 posts)
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          43. I've never been mistaken for a Lesbian

          Just mistaken for Barbara Bush. And only a few times. Long story…

          "It is difficult to get a man to understand something, when his salary depends upon his not understanding it" - Upton Sinclair
          • tripleQ (163 posts)
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            44. I hope you took the opportunity

            to gain entry to the Bush homestead and whack George upside the head with your pearls.

          • JimLane (1049 posts)
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            45. The truly horrific story is that time Barbara Bush was mistaken for you.

            She never really recovered from that.

          • Hari (1082 posts)
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            46. Barbara Bush??

            Now that’s a story I’ll be waiting to hear!

            • MannyGoldstein (1924 posts)
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              49. Only told after being plied

              with an adult beverage.

              "It is difficult to get a man to understand something, when his salary depends upon his not understanding it" - Upton Sinclair
              • Hari (1082 posts)
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                51. Darn!

                I live too far away from you, Manny!  Someone please invite Manny over for drinks and dinner, and after dinner drinks.  Ask and record!!  Oh, and post.    

    • 2bAnon (4139 posts)
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      47. self delete duplicate

       

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    • 2bAnon (4139 posts)
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      48. But But But … What About PIZZA GATE??? !!!!

      :evilgrin:

       

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