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FYI: quick research suggests the small 1% minority you speak of, might be somewhere around 10 to 20%. This would be those who do not consider themselves to be heterosexual. If like any other stats; it too could be off another 5, 10, 15%. How many people have had an encounter, how many are unsure what they really prefer or care to admit? How many gun owners are there really? I am quite sure there are a lot more than stats speak of. How may people share the total number of firearms they really own? We are a nation, maybe a world of people who keep some things in the closet, why . .. because there is too much mistrust for starters.
They are also QFC . . . .
Go Kroeger, send the fools that think they can control you, shopping where criminals with weapons are welcome. I'll stay with your chains, esp. Fred Meyer, where some in my state even sell protection tools. Don't crumble under their devious ways, they are the worse kind of evil.
Was he wearing clothes when found? It is amazing that people with soooo much money cannot seem to find the all elusive happiness of life; proof that money & fame cannot provide it. Peace be with you and all those effected.
Well, if the people in KY read this article, maybe her % will drop to near ZERO, as they realize how intelligent she isn't.
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Mrs. Obama's Desperate Plea

ThinkN_Do Wrote: Jul 28, 2014 11:47 PM
How unusual, she looks like an inflatable doll in this picture . . . .
EVERY Voter should have to provide a Valid Voter ID card. There is ZERO reason(s) a person should not be ably to provide this and ZERO reason(s) every county in every state should not be able to verify citizenship and voter eligibility. If you cannot prove who you are and your eligibility, then you are not eligible. How much responsibility for one's rights does one not have to provide responsibility for? If you are incapable of providing proof of who you are, then how can you survive in our society? Corruption is the only answer and corruption needs to be addressed at ALL levels of Governing.
When making a choice, look at what they've really done, not what they say or promise they'll do. From what I've read, Christie has done more to not choose him than otherwise.
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Is a New Housing Bubble Possible?

ThinkN_Do Wrote: Jul 12, 2014 1:03 AM
It's around the corner, patiently waiting to take another round of owners to the promise land . . . but it will likely be an even bigger event the next time . . . . . : (
Is it time to say: "let the games begin"?
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