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JR33928

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  1. 12 minutes ago, hamradio said:

    The left / progressives are using teens to push their agenda, then expect their age won't allow for criticism.  Guess what - WON"T WORK!

    The left is using kids like her as propaganda tools hoping her coached "testimony" crying face and tears (boo hoo) will pull ppl's heartstrings and emotions in an attempt to pull ppl to their side (ie;belief in global warming) just like they used that dum-b-a-ss boy to push gun control propaganda after the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shootings.

    Using extremely emotional children to sell an idea can be a very effective propaganda tool cuz most ppl are suckers for seeing crying emotional children and will want to help and support the kid and will almost always cause adults to feel sorry for the kid and because they do feel sorry for the kid they'll be very likely to be sympathetic towards the cause the kid (propagandists) is promoting...at least that's the reaction the adult propagandists are hoping for. IMO using children as propagandists is another form of child abuse.

  2. 8 hours ago, JakeHolman said:

    cone graphic

    projecting a cat 4 ... wow ... from experience ... not good ...  

    I'm Hoping Dorian takes a turn to the North after making landfall as is currently (more or less) predicted.I live near Ft.Myers and IF the storm takes the turn we'll be on the backside(n.western/s.western side) of it...good thing too since the the worst part of most hurricanes is usually in the northeast quadrant of the storm,with the northwestern and southwestern quadrants having the least amount of rain and high winds.Hurricane Irma was a great example of this.When the radar showed Irma,after landfall on Marco Island the entire western and especially the southwestern quadrant of the storm was almost non-existent,meaning there was Much Less rain and only tropical storm force wind in that quadrant,while (as usual) the northeast quadrant was devastating.Another good thing about Dorian is that it is a relatively small storm.The last update said hurricane force winds only extended out ~15 miles from the center,with tropical-storm force winds out only ~90 miles.That relatively small wind field is another mitigating factor for those of us living on the west coast.Hopefully the size of Dorian won't Explode and become a behemoth like Irma was....yikes!!:o

     

  3. 1 hour ago, hamradio said:

    College doesn't guarantee employment or the type of job one has their heart set on.

    I think trade schools would be a better choice for many if more ppl would give them a chance.They're a lot cheaper than college and when you graduate you have a better chance of getting a job in whatever you've been trained for rather than being yet another college kid w/o a job and maybe not too many prospects for one either judging by what i see happening to many college grads.And trade school grads don't incur the heavy debt that college grads do.Going to a trade school may not make you rich but you'll always be able to find a job no matter where you live or may like to move to...or maybe start your own business to wherever you think you'll have the best chance to succeed.

  4. 44 minutes ago, darkblue said:

    Who knows?

    Maybe we'll find out - but there are ways to keep information from getting out when you basically own the Media.

    Talk about conspiracy theories, I saw this video that stated that the guy (his name is Michael Baden) that supervised the JFK autopsy is coming back to supervise the JE autopsy...but how can that be...the guy would be a doddering old man by now IF he's still alive,and probably couldn't even stand up on his own two feet w/o falling down....so dig this flipped out claim all you dudes and dudettes...btw i hope it's not true but Dave Hodges has a habit of usually being right on target about most things.

     

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