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  1. Pretty much. I'm going to guess he is referring to the "large number" of "odd" deaths that seem to follow the Clintons around (Vince Foster is the most famous). Suicides, murders (like during "robberies"), strange accidents, lots of people associated with the Clintons have died under "mysterious" circumstances. It all sounds nefarious and conspiratorial... Until you look at the bigger picture. Lots of people die strange deaths. And the Clintons associate with a lot of people. So, taken as a whole, the number of odd deaths associated with the Clintons isn't too far from the norm. But the conspiracists love it. In some ways, it's not too far from the wild speculation about the Sept 11, 2001 attacks. Lots of strange coincidences. Lots of weird stuff happened. But, again, taken as a whole, it was just the way coincidence works. There have been a lot of wingsuit BASE deaths this election year. Coincidence? . .
  2. Exodus 21:7-11New Living Translation (NLT) 7 “When a man sells his daughter as a slave, she will not be freed at the end of six years as the men are. 8 If she does not satisfy her owner, he must allow her to be bought back again. But he is not allowed to sell her to foreigners, since he is the one who broke the contract with her. 9 But if the slave’s owner arranges for her to marry his son, he may no longer treat her as a slave but as a daughter. 10 “If a man who has married a slave wife takes another wife for himself, he must not neglect the rights of the first wife to food, clothing, and sexual intimacy. 11 If he fails in any of these three obligations, she may leave as a free woman without making any payment. . .
  3. As long as FAR 91.15, Dropping objects, is followed. No pilot in command of a civil aircraft may allow any object to be dropped from that aircraft in flight that creates a hazard to persons or property. However, this section does not prohibit the dropping of any object if reasonable precautions are taken to avoid injury or damage to persons or property. And as far as I could tell, reasonable precautions were taken. . .
  4. The entire point of this thread has been how to refer to that small fraction of the 13% of blacks who are responsible for 50% of the crime in America. "Criminals" would seem to fit the requirement. . .
  5. Yes, very much so. My ex-wife, who is a devoted Christian and was a rather strong liberal when we were married, now supports Trump because she wants a wall built. My kids are just pullling their hair out trying to determine what is wrong with her. Jerry Baumchen I don't buy into any arguments about education, intellect, etc. leading to Liberal or Conservative inclinations, re voting. I'm a conservative voter. But for many people there is a single issue or a few issues for which determine their vote. Are the prime determinants as to who or what party they vote for. For Greens it might be environmental "....". For some its guns, or the polar opposite gun control. Its somewhat difficult to listen to the rants of FOX loving rabid trump supporters. I have learned in life that the tuneout option is always there. IMO Bernie Sanders is a caring individual the polar opposite of trump. He also has no concepts of the necessity to balance budgets and how wasteful social engineering can be. By that I mean free college educations for all. I don't have high opinions of Hollywood pseudo-intellectuals who think the size of pop containers should be regulated by federal law. Because poor people are to stupid to recognize the danger of coke or pepsi. But I also recognize that many of them make huge contributions to the betterment of society. Brad Pitt and his large breasted wife come to mind. Its all part of the social fabric. Hopefully trump can end up in the fabric scrap bin. Not quite sure where you are going with that, but Brad Pitt's wife had a double mastectomy in 2013 so the comment seems in rather poor taste. . .
  6. It's very simple: concerned adjective 1. interested or affected 2. troubled or anxious 3. having a connection or involvement; participating One can show an interest in someone without being troubled or anxious about them. Who said anyting about be anxious or troubled? In January he said he was concerned, that we had to bolster the safety net, and two weeks later he said he wasn't concerned, the safety net is fine. What amazing changes happened in those two weeks to cause him to be less "interested"? Blues, Dave Not only is he simultaneously concerned and not concerned, he has endorsed the Ryan plan for drastic cuts in federal spending — with almost two-thirds of the proposed spending cuts coming at the expense of low-income Americans. His Medicaid proposal appears to involve a 40 percent reduction in funding compared with now. Mitt’s position is that we need not worry about the poor thanks to programs that he insists don’t actually help them, and which he intends, in any case, to destroy. . .
  7. That would be very nice of you. It doesn't show up on a Google video search or a youtube search. How big is the file? . .
  8. There was a really nice tribute to Roger Nelson on that site. Do you know it is available anywhere else? I can host it on . .
  9. I can arrange that! . .
  10. I've updated the list at long last. If you qualified for a FB number in the last year, you can look it up on . .
  11. Exit safety is not all about lights and spotting. There's separation too. . .
  12. 1st-2nd July 2006, Skydive Chicago. Freak Brothers Flash Back Boogie!! ~ Get initiated, get organized, do memorial dives & get funky! . . . .
  13. Stop by in July, then! . .
  14. Hey all you geezers! 1st-2nd July 2006, Skydive Chicago. Freak Brothers Flash Back Boogie!! ~ Get initiated, get organized, do memorial dives & get funky! . .
  15. I believe the FAA judges have confirmed it. . .