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This is also a vote that the dead can't participate in, another score for conservatives.
Me, too! I see this app backfiring on its creators on a scale that can only be described as spectacular, as conservatives are suddenly empowered to vote every day with their pocketbooks. Meanwhle liberal hypocrites continue to do what they always do; lots of talk but no $ where their mouths are
I had the same reaction: head-tilting disbelief that I was readin an article by Chuck Norris. Maybe he was kickboxed in the head a few too many times
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Petty Annoyances

PoorRichard3 Wrote: Jun 04, 2014 9:59 AM
...or just use "aught", as in "The number is 3 1 aught - 3 aught 5 5
I guess you could say that the Volt is the first car to use an external combustion engine
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Five Rules for Covering Breaking News

PoorRichard3 Wrote: Apr 03, 2014 12:43 PM
Totally agree. His first rule, after cancelling all the negatives, basically amounts to: "Report nothing as a fact unless it's been stated by at least one person who refuses to allow the use of his name". C'mon, Hugh!
A lot of people in Chicago, even republicans, probably long for the (comparatively) good old days of the Daly machine, where you didn't have 16 murders a day.
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Hit Piece Journalism

PoorRichard3 Wrote: Jan 01, 2014 1:41 PM
I said "our money". You can keep right on pouring your welfare money (or allowance from Mom, perhaps?) down that sinkhole. At least that would be a better investment than those lottery tickets you buy every week.
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Hit Piece Journalism

PoorRichard3 Wrote: Dec 31, 2013 10:44 AM
The antidote for this type of contemptible blatant hypocrisy is to stop giving the New York Times any of our money. Don't subscribe, don't go to their website, don't patronize them in any way.
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Christmas Books

PoorRichard3 Wrote: Dec 10, 2013 3:57 PM
Actually, flagged as spam.
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