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I'm semi-retired (work part time from home) and a caregiver to my disabled wife. I'm an atheist/rationalist animal lover, politically progressive (favor Scandinavian-style socialism), and an avid reader. I'm also a general oddball: a mildly autistic (Asperger's) introvert who cares nothing about sports or pop culture and thinks fat women are beautiful.

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I don't think I've been getting notifications for this group! I kinda forgot about you. How's ...
dan325 comments on Mar 15, 2019:
It's been very quiet here. I've been hoping you and the others are doing okay!
Why do some people need to say to me that I need to socialize with other people they force me to be...
dan325 comments on Mar 15, 2019:
I'm polite about disagreeing with them as long as I can see that they mean well (even though they're still being a pain in the ass). If they're trying to be snotty or superior, it won't go well.
The Power of Introverts: A Manifesto for Quiet Brilliance [scientificamerican.com] Love this ...
dan325 comments on Mar 15, 2019:
I agree with the article in full. My brain shuts down when a bunch of people start talking all at once while trying to demonstrate how smart they are. I need peace and quiet to think things through.
Thoughts on him?
dan325 comments on Mar 15, 2019:
He's another status-quo, neoliberal centrist. He'll go along with the same type of "suck up to the the wealthy and expand the wars" crap that Hillary stood for. I'd only vote for him if it came down to a choice between him or Trump.
This is infuriating but I expect no differently after sending a letter to my representative about ...
dan325 comments on Mar 15, 2019:
Typical hypocritical Republican double talk. Another cheating liar, trying to game the system (and so far succeeding). Disgusting.
Trump, acting EXACTLY like Hitler in the 1930s, before he had achieved dictator powers. Are Y'all ...
dan325 comments on Mar 15, 2019:
Yup - he wants to turn his white nationalist buddies into his modern equivalent of Hitler's Brown Shirts.
Trump thinks Jews will embrace him! Donald J. Trump: The ‘Jexodus’ movement encourages ...
dan325 comments on Mar 15, 2019:
The Jews standing with Trump are the same religious zealots and crooks who have supported Netanyahu , Adelson, and their ilk all along.
[countable.us] POS Mitch McConnell says HR 1 is offensive to average voters - He won't allow ...
dan325 comments on Mar 13, 2019:
Offensive to average voters how? Because it makes voting easier? Yeah, I can see how that would really piss people off. Like so many things the Rethuglicans do, McConnell's obstructionism is immoral but not technically illegal. I would love to see him removed, but that won't happen as long as the GOP holds a Senate majority.
[yahoo.com] Sarah Huckabee Sanders doesn't rule out pardon for Paul Manafort - A pardon could be ...
dan325 comments on Mar 12, 2019:
Morally yes, but probably not legally, unfortunately. Hopefully, one or more of the states would then go after him, since a presidential pardon only extends to federal jurisdictions.
[jta.org] Trump touts new Rethuglican group Jexodus -urging Jews to bolt Democratic Party - ...
dan325 comments on Mar 12, 2019:
This is just more of his hateful and idiotic bullshit. Those of us who are dumb enough to believe anything Trump says, or to join Jexodus, are already Republicans.
[alternet.org] The Trump Administration keeps revealing its bigotry against immigration -even if ...
dan325 comments on Mar 12, 2019:
They don't like black and brown people from anywhere, including the USA itself.
Hello all. I’m new this site.
dan325 comments on Mar 12, 2019:
Welcome to a fine group of introverts.
our own worse enemy
dan325 comments on Mar 12, 2019:
Religion in a nutshell.
Being introverted can be kind of stressful. It is my perception that introverts have a harder time ...
dan325 comments on Mar 10, 2019:
I think it's a mixed bag. With respect to the external world (institutions such as schools and businesses, and society in general), extroverts tend to be favored over introverts. With respect to internal traits and capabilities, I think introverts have the advantage: they are more likely to be thoughtful, analytical, and reasonable, and unlike extroverts, they're comfortable with their own company. I'll take the latter over the former every time.
Being a Free Thinker can sometimes be hard. I have been called a weirdo, a looney, a rebel, ...
dan325 comments on Mar 10, 2019:
I caught some of that stuff when I was in high school, first year college, and then in the Air Force (one hundred years ago). Since then, not so much, although that's a lot attributable to my relative lack of interaction with people in general. (Also, although I'm usually polite and reasonable, I don't take crap from people, and I guess it shows.)
I am a loner, an introvert and eccentric. I have trouble fitting in. Maybe I have plenty of ...
dan325 comments on Mar 10, 2019:
Your description closely matches mine, except in my case Asperger's is included in the mix. (My Asperger's symptoms pretty much dovetail with those other traits anyway.)
Yep........
dan325 comments on Mar 8, 2019:
Blue and purple, especially blue.
Regarding two American Jewish Billionaires, political activism, and support for Israel: fwiw, I ...
dan325 comments on Mar 7, 2019:
I despise Adelson, and I'm not inclined to wish him well. I pretty much agree with your assessment of Bloomberg - he basically seems like a decent guy, although there are a lot of areas where I disagree with him.
Hi everyone, I'm Brian from Connecticut. I have a brand new profile completed here. I'm a ...
dan325 comments on Mar 7, 2019:
Sounds like you've come to the right place. Welcome!
are you older than dirt ?
dan325 comments on Mar 7, 2019:
I remember all but #12 - I have no idea what "books with records" refers to. I resent being called older than dirt - I've always thought of dirt and myself as being exactly the same age.
[jta.org] 7 Jewish Things to look for when Mueller wraps up his investigation?
dan325 comments on Mar 6, 2019:
I can't really see how these are Jewish "things" - more like a run-down of which people involved in the scandals (and the investigations thereof) happen to be Jewish. There's nothing particularly Jewish about any of this mess; it just happens to involve some Jews on each side.
Can't touch ya!!
dan325 comments on Mar 6, 2019:
If Jesus was able to heal the sick, why didn't he heal more of them? (Maybe this post gives us the answer.)
So getting my first colonoscopy in the morning and even though I know how safe it is etc, I am a bit...
dan325 comments on Mar 5, 2019:
I understand. It's not something anyone looks forward to. I've had two, and the procedure itself wasn't bad at all. The preparation, where they make you drink what seems like 20 gallons of vile liquid crud so you can spend the whole previous night on the toilet, is by far the worst part.
Any comments or opinions about the remarks of Ilhan Omar? Here is what she apparently said: ...
dan325 comments on Mar 5, 2019:
I see nothing wrong with those remarks, and in fact I agree with them. The Democrats who criticized her are being hypocritical. They're acting like Republicans, which worries and offends me.
[msnbc.com] MSNBC Rachel Maddow shows how Gerald Nadler, the Chair of the House Judiciary ...
dan325 comments on Mar 4, 2019:
Trump's obstruction has been pretty obvious all along. It's just that the Democrats had to become the House majority before anything could be done about it.
It's cookies!
dan325 comments on Mar 4, 2019:
Damn greedy immigrant.
[haaretz.com] The Vatican to open archives on the Pope who was accused of turning a blind eye to ...
dan325 comments on Mar 4, 2019:
Maybe a little late - like about 70 years.
[alternet.org] Chris Wallace of Fox News corners POS John Bolton over Fuhrer Trump's failed ...
dan325 comments on Mar 3, 2019:
I can hardly wait to vacation at the TRump resort on the sunny beaches of North Korea (even though the temperature is 30 below, and the North Korean army uses them for artillery practice).
I hope so and waiting
dan325 comments on Mar 3, 2019:
You forgot to include Trump's entire cabinet.
So the main reason my wife and I stay together is for our kids, especially our middle child on the ...
dan325 comments on Mar 3, 2019:
I went through that many years ago, when my ex-wife-to-be and I lived together for about nine months pending a divorce. We had no children but could not sell our house (which was under water) and were forced to live together due to economic issues. It was hell, and I would never recommend it unless you absolutely have no other choice. Of course the level of stress will vary according to individual differences and the nature and depth of your issues. The additional issue of having children, especially with one on the spectrum, could either add more strain or provide some diversion from your differences. It's a terrible situation, and I'm sorry you're going through it.
[alternet.org] The Republican Party is dead. GOP Strategist Rick Tyler, is stunned by the ...
dan325 comments on Mar 3, 2019:
I wish it were true, but as long as 1/3 of the populace enthusiastically supports Trumpism, the party will have a sufficient base to maintain itself. Blech.
This will be me one day! [cbsnews.com]
dan325 comments on Mar 3, 2019:
Me too, although It would have to be an old-time rock 'n roll or blues festival.
Don't it kinda make you feel proud, or at least intelligent, to know that most Christian ...
dan325 comments on Mar 3, 2019:
Given the inordinate influence of the evangelicals, what it makes me feel is horrified and disgusted.
This is really good technology!!! But, I don't know why they say they would bury it back into the ...
dan325 comments on Mar 3, 2019:
It sounds like it's primarily a means of removing excessive CO2 from the atmosphere rather than creating energy in itself.
Who's afraid of the Green New Deal??? [theintercept.com]
dan325 comments on Mar 3, 2019:
Those who oppose it are motivated by either short-term greed or by fear that's been created by those who are mired in short-term greed.
I love sharing this. It's part of "going green" that the politicians in DC are talking about. ...
dan325 comments on Mar 3, 2019:
I hope that he's right, and that the powers that be will let it happen.
I am moving in !
dan325 comments on Mar 3, 2019:
Sounds fair.
An 11-year-old assault victim was forced to have a c-section in Argentina [cnn.com]
dan325 comments on Mar 2, 2019:
Yet another example of religion resulting in savagery.
So this is awkward. I’m staying at an Airbnb. A very long overdue vacation. I love this place...
dan325 comments on Mar 2, 2019:
Sorry this happened to you - sounds like a nightmare. Can you take your meals to your room?
Something that has come up from time to time is autistic role models or lack there of. There are a ...
dan325 comments on Mar 2, 2019:
I've read that Jerry Seinfeld has it.
So, I wanna ask this group their opinions...a girl who ran away from the UK to join ISIS now wants ...
dan325 comments on Mar 2, 2019:
I'm conflicted about this. These girls chose to join a group of barbaric, murdering terrorists. On the other hand, they were children when they did it. I'm against the death penalty in principle, because (1) from time to time the wrong people get convicted, and (2) I believe the state should not have the power to kill people except in self-defense (e.g., sending our military in response to an attack). Part of me says screw these people, don't let them return, let them reap what they've sown. Another part says let them return and be tried so the full circumstances can be disclosed, and then sentence them accordingly. Even if I believed in the death penalty, however, I would not think it was warranted in these cases.
Dirty Dozen from the book Bypassing Dystopia: Hope-filled challenges to corporate rule by Joyce ...
dan325 comments on Mar 1, 2019:
Neoliberalism boils down to welfare for the rich and serfdom for the rest of us.
[yahoo.com] During the questioning of Michael Cohen before House Judiciary Committee AOC focuses ...
dan325 comments on Feb 28, 2019:
Right on, AOC! Follow the money!
Just found on Facebook
dan325 comments on Feb 27, 2019:
The volume and type of bullshit accepted by most of the American public never fails to amaze me.
Perfect for Passover
dan325 comments on Feb 27, 2019:
Fun reminders of god's fairness, kindness and mercy toward those created in his image.
[alternet.org] Democratic lawmaker reveals Devon Nunes newest effort to thwart the Trump ...
dan325 comments on Feb 26, 2019:
He should be, but he won't. He is a contemptible human being.
[petitions.signforgood.com] Please sign petition to oppose Trump's offshore drilling plans. Thank...
dan325 comments on Feb 26, 2019:
Done.
Please sign this open letter in defending womens' health and rights. 4 million patients would lose ...
dan325 comments on Feb 26, 2019:
I signed it just now.
[news.yahoo.com] The US Supreme Court will not dismiss tobacco lawsuits. Kudos to SCOTUS.
dan325 comments on Feb 26, 2019:
So far so good. Let's see what the final outcomes are.
[jta.org] The chief rabbi of Buenos Aires, Argentina is beaten and seriously injured with 9 ...
dan325 comments on Feb 26, 2019:
Judging from what the assailants shouted, it sounds like it was both.
[yahoo.com] Vladimir Putin has Russian tv address listing nuclear targets in the US? - Why do you...
dan325 comments on Feb 26, 2019:
I think Putin wants to keep us frightened so we'll go along with Trump's Russian complicity. Rather than being Trump's friend or foe, he's Trump's puppet master. To Putin, Trump is the quintessential useful idiot.
I wouldn't be surprised to see the anti-semites in the US quietly (or overtly) try to make some sort...
dan325 comments on Feb 26, 2019:
Anti-semites will use any excuse to try to justify their prejudice. They'll just ignore all the so-called Christians who also turned state's evidence.
[myjewishlearning.com] This map shows where to get the best bagels in every state. Please feel ...
dan325 comments on Feb 25, 2019:
Ack!! The only one shown for CA is a six-hour drive away!
I don't think that the Teathugliscums even care any more that "Trickle Down" never worked
dan325 comments on Feb 25, 2019:
Even George H.W. Bush called "trickle down" voodoo economics, until it became politically inconvenient for him to continue telling the truth.
[alternet.org] Desperate Donald Trump warns GOP Senators not to vote against his national ...
dan325 comments on Feb 25, 2019:
It'll be interesting to see which Republicans (if any) have the guts to do the right thing.
As I was reading an article entitled “The Biology of Us and Them” by Robert Sapolsky, Stanford ...
dan325 comments on Feb 24, 2019:
Hopefully the physiological differences only create tendencies rather than absolute attributes. If so, the answer is to emphasize the teaching of critical thinking in our schools. This could help overcome predispositions toward anti-intellectualism, at least in the less extreme cases. Unfortunately, our schools aren't doing that.
[alternet.org] Here's why Trump's pick for Deputy Attorney General of Justice Dept. could be even...
dan325 comments on Feb 23, 2019:
No surprise. We can always count on Trump to appoint the worst possible people.
For all interested in the Brexit case here is an opinion piece written more than twelve months ago:...
dan325 comments on Feb 23, 2019:
I believed from the start that Brexit was a horrible mistake, similar to the USA's election of Trump and probably caused by similar factors. I hope a second referendum is called and the electorate comes to its senses.
[motherjones.com] Donald Trump has a cash problem. His sons' new hotel chain has failed - Excuse ...
dan325 comments on Feb 22, 2019:
No problem. The Saudis or the Russians will bail him out. As usual.
[jta.org] Why are European governments losing the war on anti-Semitism.? There's a new ...
dan325 comments on Feb 22, 2019:
The new antisemitism is very much the same as the old. The difference is, we now know the depths to which it can descend, and we've learned that we can't rely on any country to save us if things really go south. We therefore must be prepared to defend ourselves and fight back wherever necessary.
[real-time-with-bill-maher-blog.com] Bill Maher...on why Amy Klobuchar's tough approach might be ...
dan325 comments on Feb 22, 2019:
I like her practicality, but at this point we need a tough, thinking progressive rather than a centrist. Elisabeth Warren and/or Bernie would be my choices. (I also like Bill Maher, but I can't watch his show when he has right-wing spokespeople as guests. My capacity for listening to vitriolic stupidity broke down a long time ago.)
Hi, I am not born Jewish but have a lot of admiration for some of the culture. I may sometimes be a ...
dan325 comments on Feb 22, 2019:
Welcome. We love thinking people.
Sarah Sanders Press Conference Today CNN.... "You said there was no need to collude with Russia ...
dan325 comments on Feb 22, 2019:
Everything has to be simple if you're Sarah Sanders. Complexity is too hard to understand, let alone lie about.
Conspiracy theorist David Icke banned from entering Australia ahead of speaking tour. ...
dan325 comments on Feb 22, 2019:
Australia did the right thing. This lunatic needs to be locked in a rubber room. His "alien lizard takeover" theory is wrong, too. Anyone can see that it's domestic lizards that have taken over (Trump, Kim Jong Un, Putin, Dutarte, etc., etc.)
[bloomberg.com] New York is said to be prepping charges against Manafort is Trump pardons him! ...
dan325 comments on Feb 22, 2019:
In the end, the SDNY may be able to do more to Trump than Mueller can.
[aol.com] Ex Trump campaign aide alleges intimidation - 3rd woman to do so.
dan325 comments on Feb 22, 2019:
I'm just shocked to learn this!
[yahoo.com] Fuhrer Trump is not familiar with his administration's plan for global ...
dan325 comments on Feb 22, 2019:
The less Trump knows about what's going on, the less he does. The less he does, the less damage he can do. He needs to up his "executive" time.
What do you think the best part of being 50 or older is?
dan325 comments on Feb 22, 2019:
Being less stupid and insensitive in general. Never having to wear a necktie again. Not having to work under, over, or with other people (I'm also an introvert).
[buzzfeednews.com] Former Trump campaign employee files class action lawsuit against ...
dan325 comments on Feb 21, 2019:
I'd love to see this succeed.
[jta.org] Global researchers unlock the mystery of Polish diplomats who rescued Jews with ...
dan325 comments on Feb 21, 2019:
More heroes I never knew about.
This is true. It’s hard to force yourself to think clearly.
dan325 comments on Feb 21, 2019:
The inability to objectively analyze new and credible evidence seems to be generic in much of the USA. I wish our public schools required the teaching of critical thinking.
[jta.org] An idiots guide to anti-semitic tropes.
dan325 comments on Feb 21, 2019:
Helpful article. It does get problematic when criticism of Israel is conflated with antisemitism. The "Israel can do no wrong" crowd has done a good job of muddying up the waters in that arena. As a secular Jew who is appalled by much of what Israel is doing, I really resent being labeled as antisemitic when I call bullshit on the country's policies.
[alternet.org] The conservative Wall Street Journal argues Fuhrer Trump may have committed too ...
dan325 comments on Feb 20, 2019:
Now there's a brilliant argument - you should only prosecute presidents who have committed X number of crimes or less, because otherwise they'll be too busy defending themselves (and, of course, committing more crimes) to "run" (i.e., continue screwing up) the country. These WSJ people need a brain scan, because surely their brains are corkscrewed.
[alternet.org] Andrew McCabe blames Devon Nunes for telling Trump about FBI Investigtion on ...
dan325 comments on Feb 19, 2019:
I'm sure McCabe is right. Nunes has already proven himself to be a lying, sneaky Trump spy.
A quote from John F Kennedy: No President should fear public scrutiny of his program. For from ...
dan325 comments on Feb 19, 2019:
What a difference from the orange turd now defiling the White House.
[alternet.org] Republicans shot themselves in the foot with their deceptive tax cut for the rich ...
dan325 comments on Feb 19, 2019:
You're all pretty much right. I'm a tax person, and at the middle and somewhat lower economic levels, the net effects are small - some wind up with a little more, some a little less. The richer you are, the more benefit you receive and the very rich make out like the bandits they are.
[alternet.org] Legal experts are stunned as Roger Stone files a mortifying apology with the court...
dan325 comments on Feb 19, 2019:
Roger Stone is a right-wing thug, but he also has to be nuts to attack the judge who is handling his case. (Also, he has a big tattoo of Nixon on his back. So he's a nutty thug with no aesthetic taste.)
Spectrum Health of Michigan was funneling all the email traffic out to and from Trump Tower and ...
dan325 comments on Feb 19, 2019:
Seeing all these right-wing Christians sucking up to a ruthless Russian murderer is almost comical, in a sick and disgusting way.
He has no grasp of anything but himself.
dan325 comments on Feb 19, 2019:
And we're still not treating him badly enough!
[patheos.com]
dan325 comments on Feb 19, 2019:
This is a real threat. The theocratic hypocrites behind this agenda are using it to control the religious morons comprising most of the populace, to keep them from noticing their financial exploitation. Religion has always been used to manipulate the masses, which is why the exploiters hate those of us who think their way out of it.
[patheos.com]
dan325 comments on Feb 18, 2019:
There's a relatively small chance it'll succeed, but the fact there's a chance at all is horrifying, especially since we no longer can count on the Supreme Court as a final backstop.
Im new to this and just wanted to say hello to all:)
dan325 comments on Feb 18, 2019:
Hello, and welcome!
Someone you just met ...
dan325 comments on Feb 17, 2019:
Tell them you need to use the bathroom, and then make your break.
Study real Socialism (not the "Sanders" one) and don't whine so much about Trump. "Democrats" are...
dan325 comments on Feb 17, 2019:
Assuming you mean "pure" socialism, where the workers control the police, the army, the governing bodies, and all means of production, good luck with that. Human nature will destroy it in fairly short order. "Pure" anything (including capitalism) will never provide the best lives for the greatest number; mixed, regulated economies are the best bet.
Weekend goal
dan325 comments on Feb 17, 2019:
Looking dead can be beneficial, as long as no one tries to embalm, bury, or cremate you.
Pretty much...
dan325 comments on Feb 17, 2019:
Interesting perspective - it does make one think. It clearly follows the Republican model and is uncomfortably close to the Democratic model of the last few decades. So now what?
[yahoo.com] jUDGE FINALLY ISSUES GAG ORDER IN THE CASE OF TRUMP CONFIDANT ROGER STONE - ABOUT ...
dan325 comments on Feb 16, 2019:
I'm glad they gagged him. It's only fair, since he gags me. It will also improve the air quality around him.
[jta.org] Why did Republicans vote vs their own bill on anti-Semitism? Maybe because it was ...
dan325 comments on Feb 15, 2019:
Most members of Congress (Dems included) conflate antisemitism with any criticism of Israel, which is self-serving and/or stupid on their part. This makes it hard to determine the motives behind their positions, because we're starting from the incorrect assumption that they're acting logically and/or from honorable positions.
Introverts during their teen years.
dan325 comments on Feb 15, 2019:
I'm glad my mother never thought of that.
I was diagnosed with Asperger's just a few years before they eliminated it as being separate from ...
dan325 comments on Feb 15, 2019:
I learned I had Asperger's after they removed its separate status. Very annoying, since it really was an excellent description of a very specific condition.
[yahoo.com] Trump signs border bill and declares national emergency wall. Listening to him lie ...
dan325 comments on Feb 15, 2019:
His medical exam is a joke. He finds these hack physicians who are willing to lie about his condition (height, weight, and who knows what else), so any mental evaluation would be equally bogus. I think there's sufficient evidence to nail him using the twenty-fifth amendment, but his VP and Cabinet would have to initiate it, and that will never happen.
From the Columbia Missourian: Forced Bible Study in Missouri Schools [bit.ly]
dan325 comments on Feb 14, 2019:
This kind of crap pops up periodically, particularly in the South and Midwest. The Freedom From Religion Foundation, ACLU, American Humanist Assoc., and/or Americans United for Separation of Church and State will eventually bring a lawsuit to stop it, since it's clearly unconstitutional. Those organizations and others like them provide invaluable services to folks like us.
Trump using HRC 2016 Campaign Slogan And Bless Hillary she came back with this on Twitter Now ...
dan325 comments on Feb 13, 2019:
Sometimes the level of his sleaziness and stupidity just leaves me speechless.
I argue politics entirely too much. When I tear apart argument after argument I find that ...
dan325 comments on Feb 13, 2019:
I feel the same way. I'd be better off presenting my arguments to my dog. He may not understand what I'm saying but at least he listens, doesn't spew bullshit, and is way more pleasant to be around.
The utter HORROR of being THE BORG!
dan325 comments on Feb 13, 2019:
In addition to being immoral, our "nation building" has generally made things worse, not only for the residents of the affected countries but also for the rest of the world, including the US itself. So our government's actions have been both evil and stupid. Heck of a job, patriots.
[alternet.org] The Senate Russia investigation is becoming less bipartisan and could end with a ...
dan325 comments on Feb 13, 2019:
According to the article, Mark Warner, the ranking Democrat, explicitly rejected a conclusion that there was no "collusion" (i.e., conspiracy). He said that the Senate committee's findings were not conclusive and more information needed to be gathered. Remember that the GOP still controls this committee. The House committees (and Mueller) are likely to offer very different conclusions when the whole thing is over.
I'd say that it's working better than expected:
dan325 comments on Feb 13, 2019:
Unfortunately the plan didn't account for the fact that "stupid" is the native language of the party's base.
[haaretz.com] Ukranian City of Lviv commemmorates the 75th anniversary of the Holocaust. My ...
dan325 comments on Feb 13, 2019:
I know of at least one relative (my maternal grandmother's older sister) who came from Odessa, which is in the Ukraine if I'm not mistaken. My grandmother's ancestors may have lived there as well, but I don't really know. According to DNA analysis, I also have some Latvian ancestry on my mother's side.
[myjewishlearning.com] Tatoos - if you have them can you be buried in a Jewish cemetary if that ...
dan325 comments on Feb 12, 2019:
Apparently the answer is "yes." Personally, I intend to be cremated (which seems to be against some Jewish law in itself). It's kind of funny that you're not supposed to "violate" your body with a tattoo but males are required to violate their bodies through circumcision. So god gave males foreskins but then decided to recall them? Did he regard them as some sort of manufacturing defect?
[alternet.org] Garbage compromise - Fuhrer Trump's conservative allies like Sean Hanity and Anne ...
dan325 comments on Feb 12, 2019:
I suspect he'll either declare a bogus national emergency or create another shutdown, because he generally takes the dumbest and meanest course of action possible. He also affords great weight to the opinions of co-Presidents Hannity and Coulter.
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