Sean

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Sean last won the day on August 10 2019

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  1. Of bullshit, certainly.
  2. Make that 50k+1 Kimberly Guilfoyle, Top Fund-Raising Official for Trump Campaign, Tests Positive She is the third person in proximity of President Trump known to have contracted the virus. https://www.nytimes.com/2020/07/03/us/politics/kimberly-guilfoyle-trump-campaign-coronavirus.html
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    Epstein: the Deafening Silence

    Hard to read. Sick fucks. https://www.foxnews.com/us/ghislaine-maxwell-rape-testify-evil-epstein Woman claims Ghislaine Maxwell raped her '20-30 times'; willing to testify: 'She is just as evil as Jeffrey Epstein' Jane Doe claims years of sexual abuse came to an end only after she became pregnant with Jeffrey Epstein’s baby
  4. Sean

    A Picture is Worth 1,000 Words

    I’m still in phase one.
  5. Sean

    2020 polls & endorsements

    Expanding on a theme, the fact that Donald Trump is President also reveals who we are. From an insightful piece in the New York Review - https://www.nybooks.com/daily/2020/07/03/the-most-ignorant-and-unfit-what-made-americas-worst-ever-leader/ Excerpt - “Being president,” former First Lady Michelle Obama has said, “doesn’t change who you are, it reveals who you are.” In this moment, we may also need to acknowledge that presidents also reveal much about who we are. American presidents do not exist outside the systems or times that produced them. Great presidents—like Abraham Lincoln and Franklin Delano Roosevelt, and, arguably, Lyndon B. Johnson—have emerged when the nation has risen to meet challenging circumstances. And, granted, most presidents are middling—which tells us something about the quotidian nature of much of political life in the US. But America’s worst presidents demonstrate something essential about what is most broken or troubling in the character of the country and the temper of the times. A dismal or dire US president is a symptom of great problems within society that weaken it or put it in peril.
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    Thanksgiving

    It’ll be a FaceTime holiday. I’m from a huge family, one of 14 kids. We’ve taken to biweekly FaceTime sessions, usually get 15 to 20 participants. Should be much bigger (and even more chaotic) on Thanksgiving. edit to add - Wouldn’t be surprised if the platform crashes
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    Black National anthem

    Maybe because nobody cares what you think or say? Just a guess.
  8. Sean

    2020 polls & endorsements

    Big change in the betting market - https://www.oddschecker.com/us/insight/specials/politics/20200630-2020-us-presidential-election-odds-and-betting-trump-vs-biden
  9. Oh shit - they vote? “I’m concerned about voter registration in Mississippi. The blacks are having lots of events for voter registration. People in Mississippi have to get involved, too.” — Mississippi election commissioner Gail Welch, quoted by the Hattiesburg American.
  10. Sean

    Shameful, inexcusable behavior

    No, this is Karen - https://twitter.com/makaysmith10/status/1278490110368120838?s=20
  11. Sean

    Pity

    More logorrheic meanderings.
  12. Sean

    A Picture is Worth 1,000 Words

    Ok, a little backstory - My father in law, an Italian Jew, escaped Italy in 1939 and ended up in New York where he enlisted. He served tours with the Tenth Mountain Division in Europe (he was an excellent skier). These trinkets were acquired during that time. He never said how he came by them.
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    A Picture is Worth 1,000 Words

    We've got an original in our small collection-
  14. Their jobs or, for many, the ACA. If the SCOTUS agrees with Trump and invalidates the entire ACA, we're in for some serious problems. Pre-existing conditions protections gone in the middle of a pandemic. Tested positive? No soup for you. "Recovering" from Covid 19 doesn't necessarily mean you're good as new, long term health issues are a thing apparently.