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airdvr last won the day on December 7 2022

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  1. Regardless of where the money comes from it's still a government bailout. Once again these idiots are saved by Uncle Sam. They should have learned a lesson from all of the grifters who went to jail after 2008. Kareem Serageldin Kareem Serageldin (/ˈsɛrəɡɛldɪn/) (born in 1973) is a former executive at Credit Suisse. He is notable for being the only banker in the United States to be sentenced to jail time as a result of the financial crisis of 2007–2008, a conviction resulting from mismarking bond prices to hide losses.
  2. I have a problem with this part of the woke culture. Anyone else? "If you're looking at this off sheer statistics, nothing opinionated about this, Lia Thomas, the year before when completing as Will Thomas, was ranked in the 500s at best. A year later winning a national title, being the fastest female in the country and then being nominated for NCAA Woman of the Year.
  3. C'mon John. I'm not making excuses for Trump any more than I did for Bush in 2008. There's a bunch of players in on this one and they all couldn't give a flying fuck about you and me.
  4. It's always been so simple but the game is rigged. Flat tax on everyone individual or business. remove the loopholes. 10%?
  5. Christ's sakes. Are we really doing this again?
  6. But assistance is given now through a multitude of programs. I agree that some people need help from time to time to get back on their feet. To just throw more money at the problem seems like a bad idea.
  7. Absolutely. Just find someone you can't stand and by them a house.
  8. Curious as to why you don't already think we have a basic income in place. Perhaps I'm too old but I always felt that money earned was much better than money given. In fact, I think UBI would just be another program that keeps folks down by de-motivating them to better their lives. Of course there are always exceptions but when the country has surpassed $32,000,000,000 in debt eventually that chicken will come home to roost. If you need an object lesson in whether we need UBI simply compare the amount of WalMart shoppers in the first week of the month v. the last week.
  9. Well that's just like you're opinion man.
  10. While I agree on most of it, the country was being torn in half in 1968 over our involvement. "I can see by your coat my friend you're from the other side. There's one thing I got to know. Can you tell me please, who won?" CSN I sometimes fear we're heading for another Civil War.
  11. I would have to say it was in Boy Scouts when a camp counselor tried to get me to come back to his cabin to look at girly magazines.
  12. I'll add that it started with the Vietnam war.
  13. They might be learned behaviors but once you've matured (except for rock of course) you kind of move on from that. BTW I have no problem with any of it (LBTG) until it starts to be come "fashionable" and a choice made to be cool.