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    Quote Originally Posted by Big B View Post
    Once again we have the trump cult people displaying their stupidity for everyone to see. We don't stop counting ballots at midnight on election night. We count them all and that included many mail in votes from our military and millions of absentee ballots.

    I didn't bother to even read your entire post as it is most likely just more conspiracy theories.

    I'm guessing that trump wants another recount so he can relose. Anything to keep his name in the news cycle.
    Pretty funny that the cyber ninjas found that he lost more bigly than the original tally showed. Now run along you troll.
    Differance between a recount and audit. Or so some say.

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    Quote Originally Posted by barbter View Post
    Hahahaha - you're under the assumption these people have hearts.
    News flash - they don't give a fuck!
    George w bush gets heckled for his war crimes - YouTube
    Some might feel that blowing an innocent Afghan family to smithereens while initially saying they were terrorists might be a war crime....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big B View Post
    I think it was trueturning that brought up the subject of waterboarding a week or so ago. I've been trying to forget how our republicans decided that torture was a cool thing and used it on prisoners of war. But the fact remains that w bush and cheney and the rest of the war hawks ordered POW's tortured. I can only imagine the scars left on those who perpetrated these evil deeds
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    Just one more reason to never vote for a republican again.
    Torture of American citizens under Joe Biden exists for anyone who cares to look.

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    Quote Originally Posted by standardparts View Post
    Actually was adressing the changing of a light bulb in a union facility "back in the day", not in some slumlords house or apartment.

    As far as the skilled trades in large manufacturing facilities skills varied depending on classification.

    As far as some being envious regarding those paid insane amounts of money to work maybe an hour or two and then spend the rest of the shift playing cards or sleeping...well yeah there is that.
    If you are implying that I'm a slumlord you should probably know this: A house on the lake that one of my properties is at just got listed a month ago for $350K. It sold a week later for $380. Couple of weeks later the house next door got listed by a friend of ours for $365. Sale pending and I haven't heard the sale price yet.

    And I wouldn't trade my rental for either of them. How much is your house worth? $150K? Maybe on a good day?
    Not exactly slums.

    My only other current rental is in the $200K range so maybe that qualifies for slums in your warped mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by barbter View Post
    I answered Ginormous Bollox question from a couple of days ago.
    I had read of a few things over the weekend.
    I'm just questioning....

    "There were 5 times more sketchy votes, than CreepySloes "victory"....
    Oh, those "sketchy votes". In the minds of the trump cult members all votes that weren't for the cult leader trump are sketchy votes. And we let crazies like you vote too.

    Hopefully you really are in Spain and not in the USA. We have enough crazies already without you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big B View Post
    Oh, those "sketchy votes". In the minds of the trump cult members all votes that weren't for the cult leader trump are sketchy votes. And we let crazies like you vote too.

    Hopefully you really are in Spain and not in the USA. We have enough crazies already without you.
    Ohhhh the irony.
    You can't write a sentence without saying culty crazy trumpy cult.
    And it's me who is mad?


    And as far as i know I didn't vote.
    Because I don't live in Murrica and am English.
    Although that might not have stopped the Dems from counting me....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big B View Post
    If you are implying that I'm a slumlord you should probably know this: A house on the lake that one of my properties is at just got listed a month ago for $350K. It sold a week later for $380. Couple of weeks later the house next door got listed by a friend of ours for $365. Sale pending and I haven't heard the sale price yet.

    And I wouldn't trade my rental for either of them. How much is your house worth? $150K? Maybe on a good day?
    Not exactly slums.

    My only other current rental is in the $200K range so maybe that qualifies for slums in your warped mind.
    Cripes Big B...so defensive.

    Never posted that you were a slumlord and I'm sure you are quite will off with multiple properties, a RV, and a yacht. You should be congratulated---you have one well as a Tool and Die maker!

    As far as where I live, and in what manner, you should be the expert after all. You have mentioned many as to searching the web in regards to my name and business.

    "Stalking" I think some would consider that "stalking".

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    Quote Originally Posted by barbter View Post
    Ohhhh the irony.
    You can't write a sentence without saying culty crazy trumpy cult.
    And it's me who is mad?


    And as far as i know I didn't vote.
    Because I don't live in Murrica and am English.
    Although that might not have stopped the Dems from counting me....
    "And as far as i know I didn't vote." Yeah, you never know do you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big B View Post
    If you are implying that I'm a slumlord you should probably know this: A house on the lake that one of my properties is at just got listed a month ago for $350K. It sold a week later for $380. Couple of weeks later the house next door got listed by a friend of ours for $365. Sale pending and I haven't heard the sale price yet.

    And I wouldn't trade my rental for either of them. How much is your house worth? $150K? Maybe on a good day?
    Not exactly slums.

    My only other current rental is in the $200K range so maybe that qualifies for slums in your warped mind.
    I dream of cheap house prices

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    Quote Originally Posted by barbter View Post
    Yeh yeh yeh, I'm too much a fool to support what I say.
    Errrrr, isn't that contradictory

    And yes, I agree I'm old school where elections are concerned.
    I believe in the old way, where the most votes wins
    No because yo posted lies that are provably false in seconds
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    The exact origin of Logan's 74,243 figure is unclear.

    "Without knowing exactly what data the Senate contractors are using and how they're interpreting it, we can't know for sure where they came up with 74,000," Jason Berry, a communications manager for Maricopa County, told USA TODAY in an email.

    However, Logan – as well as the social media posts parroting his claims – appear to have erroneously conflated mail-in ballots with all early votes, which in Maricopa County include ballots cast by mail and in person. Of course, early votes cast in person wouldn't involve anything being mailed.

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    Fact check: Arizona early votes don't prove claims of voter fraud


    See anyone who was paying any attention at all knows this, that there is no technical difference between mail in and early in person

    AND the number is made up by a trumpista



    so back to the other thing you know nothing about

    Texas again lead the nation in the death cult race as of yesterday

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    Quote Originally Posted by standardparts View Post
    Actually was adressing the changing of a light bulb in a union facility "back in the day", not in some slumlords house or apartment.

    As far as the skilled trades in large manufacturing facilities skills varied depending on classification.

    As far as some being envious regarding those paid insane amounts of money to work maybe an hour or two and then spend the rest of the shift playing cards or sleeping...well yeah there is that.
    You are not really going to get a lot of argument against the whole 'changing a light bulb' thing around here

    In the 50s-70s large companies fearful of labor strife seen in Europe signed contracts the should not have.

    In reality there is nothing wrong with requiring the proper person change a light bulb, it is the most productive. In a large plant there is probably a guy who does that all day long[at least until LCD halogen etc] The real problem is that they should have made a simple procedure where if a supervisor for instance needed to 'change a light bulb' they sign the damn grievance and the company pays 100 bucks into the union retirement fund and life goes on.

    It is my opinion that restrictive work rules are more onerous than high pay and benefits


    But right wingers hate unions so whatever

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    Quote Originally Posted by standardparts View Post
    Some might feel that blowing an innocent Afghan family to smithereens while initially saying they were terrorists might be a war crime....
    It would be interesting to know who gave that directive for the drone strike, it was nothing but a political damage control move, after the suicide bomber killed 13 soldiers at the airport. No longer doing ground sweeps, no chance in hell we had the proper intelligence to know what we were attacking in that short period of time.

    That poor guy and those children were nothing but human sacrifices. General Mckenzie fell on his sword and took responsibility but I have a feeling the order came from above him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gustafson View Post
    You are not really going to get a lot of argument against the whole 'changing a light bulb' thing around here

    In the 50s-70s large companies fearful of labor strife seen in Europe signed contracts the should not have.

    In reality there is nothing wrong with requiring the proper person change a light bulb, it is the most productive. In a large plant there is probably a guy who does that all day long[at least until LCD halogen etc] The real problem is that they should have made a simple procedure where if a supervisor for instance needed to 'change a light bulb' they sign the damn grievance and the company pays 100 bucks into the union retirement fund and life goes on.

    It is my opinion that restrictive work rules are more onerous than high pay and benefits


    But right wingers hate unions so whatever
    "But right wingers hate unions so whatever"

    Well maybe...Guess you have done a scientific poll based on being a scientist(?).

    But...Fact is, workers represented by a union in the U.S. is likely around 10%. The reasons for that are varied and subject to debate of course.

    Most anyone who worked in large manufacturing plants years ago no doubt have many war stories to tell regarding union featherbedding and outright laziness. Reality it was more of a case of 20% doing 80% of the work.

    Things have changed much since the demise of U.S. manufacturing. Big plants went South, or the work was sent out of the country lessening the number of people on union rolls.

    You can assign blame for the decline of unions and membership on anyone, if you like, plenty of blame all around.

    But it is what it is and manufacturing and unions will never return to the way it was.

    By the way...mostly (my experience) was 1 hour pay per grievance. Depending on what kine of leverage the union needed---often times to barter grievances to modify some steps in the discipline process--it would be real easy to stack up 50 grievances against a line supervisor with a line speed of 50 or more cars and hour.

    Oh yeah...the "good old days".

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    Quote Originally Posted by CITIZEN F16 View Post
    It would be interesting to know who gave that directive for the drone strike, it was nothing but a political damage control move, after the suicide bomber killed 13 soldiers at the airport. No longer doing ground sweeps, no chance in hell we had the proper intelligence to know what we were attacking in that short period of time.

    That poor guy and those children were nothing but human sacrifices. General Mckenzie fell on his sword and took responsibility but I have a feeling the order came from above him.
    Kinda messed up Biden's speech about paybacks that's for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gustafson View Post
    No because yo posted lies that are provably false in seconds
    >>>>>>>>>>
    The exact origin of Logan's 74,243 figure is unclear.

    "Without knowing exactly what data the Senate contractors are using and how they're interpreting it, we can't know for sure where they came up with 74,000," Jason Berry, a communications manager for Maricopa County, told USA TODAY in an email.

    However, Logan – as well as the social media posts parroting his claims – appear to have erroneously conflated mail-in ballots with all early votes, which in Maricopa County include ballots cast by mail and in person. Of course, early votes cast in person wouldn't involve anything being mailed.

    <<<<<<<<<<<


    Fact check: Arizona early votes don't prove claims of voter fraud


    See anyone who was paying any attention at all knows this, that there is no technical difference between mail in and early in person

    AND the number is made up by a trumpista



    so back to the other thing you know nothing about

    Texas again lead the nation in the death cult race as of yesterday

    Arizona...Texas....Old news Doctor Gustafson. You need death and misfortune to sell your liberal political ideology. Kinds of sick really.

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    Quote Originally Posted by barbter View Post
    I dream of cheap house prices

    Good luck on cheap house prices...unless of course in some shithole section of Detroit, Milwaukee, or Chicago.

    And even in those Democrat run cities large corporate buys of properties to cash in on refugee resettlement are driving prices up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by standardparts View Post
    Arizona...Texas....Old news Doctor Gustafson. You need death and misfortune to sell your liberal political ideology. Kinds of sick really.
    huh?



    Right deaths from yesterday are old news

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    Quote Originally Posted by gustafson View Post
    Since you are too much a fool to support your covid nonsense, you switch to election lies

    reviewed by courts, all nonsense


    yeah. leading at night then loses by morning


    moron


    even the fascist wannabes who led the so called audit couldn't find the votes traitortrump needed

    they did not prove 1 [one] vote illegitimate


    only because you have zero understanding of how elections work do you even think the lies you post sound convincing

    you are as usual, a liar


    Well I have an understanding, when a democrat wins is honest and when a republican wins it is dishonest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big B View Post
    I think it was trueturning that brought up the subject of waterboarding a week or so ago. I've been trying to forget how our republicans decided that torture was a cool thing and used it on prisoners of war. But the fact remains that w bush and cheney and the rest of the war hawks ordered POW's tortured. I can only imagine the scars left on those who perpetrated these evil deeds
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    Just one more reason to never vote for a republican again.
    I think the implication is that the practice is something which you all would likely find enjoyable. It could raise the vaccination rate and it is much better to do that than reason with any opponent.

    I did not support the practice. Nor did I support the continued excesses in the prisons in Afghanistan either. Under any administration. I believe it is not very productive in obtaining valid information as many people are swept up and are believed to have information when they do not.

    They could torture them for years and never get the information. They actually do that. At least you are not going back over 100 years and accusing Border Patrol of using slaver tactics with a straight face using reins as whips.

    There is a investigation now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trueturning View Post
    I think the implication is that the practice is something which you all would likely find enjoyable. It could raise the vaccination rate and it is much better to do that than reason with any opponent.

    I did not support the practice. Nor did I support the continued excesses in the prisons in Afghanistan either. Under any administration. I believe it is not very productive in obtaining valid information as many people are swept up and are believed to have information when they do not.

    They could torture them for years and never get the information. They actually do that. At least you are not going back over 100 years and accusing Border Patrol of using slaver tactics with a straight face using reins as whips.

    There is a investigation now.
    Well the Border Patrol are part of the Biden Administration at this point so it's hard to say how long the investigation takes or how objective it will be.


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