Phil1111

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Phil1111 last won the day on November 4 2020

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  1. Well he does need the cash for a new platoon of lawyers.
  2. Former impeachment manager sues Trump for ‘incitement to riot,’ terrorism and other charges related to the Capitol attack. The suit brought by Representative Eric Swalwell, Democrat of California, accuses Mr. Trump and key allies of inciting the deadly attack and conspiring with rioters to try to prevent Congress from formalizing President Biden’s election victory. And like the case laid out in the Senate, which acquitted him, it meticulously traces a monthslong campaign by Mr. Trump to undermine confidence in the 2020 election and then overturn its results. “The horrific events of January 6 were a direct and foreseeable consequence of the defendants’ unlawful actions,” asserts the civil suit, filed for Mr. Swalwell in Federal District Court in Washington. “As such, the defendants are responsible for the injury and destruction that followed.” It follows a earlier action by Democratic Rep. Bennie Thompson sues Donald Trump over role in insurrection "The lawsuit spells out in detail how both Trumps, Giuliani and Brooks spread baseless claims of election fraud, both before and after the 2020 presidential election...
  3. The first trump enabler arrested because of Jan 6th. "Federico Klein, a former State Department aide, was picked up Thursday on charges stemming from the Jan. 6 takeover of Congress. The FBI on Thursday arrested Federico Klein, a former State Department aide, on charges related to the storming of the Capitol on Jan. 6, marking the first known instance of an appointee of President Donald Trump facing criminal prosecution in connection with the attempt to block Congress from certifying President Joe Biden’s victory. Klein, 42, was taken into custody in Virginia,"
  4. The 2020 election "This marked the first time that Ohio voted for the losing candidate since Richard Nixon in 1960, and also the second consecutive election in which the state voted over 10 points to the right of the nation as a whole, confirming the state's trend towards the Republicans. This is the first time since 1976 in which Ohio voted to the right of Texas" Ohio as it moves to the right for a decade now "A new report out shows the life expectancy for Ohioians can vary by decades just based on the neighborhood where they live. The Health Policy Institute of Ohio released their report called “Closing Ohio’s Health Gaps: Moving Toward Equity” which shows when it comes to being healthy, our state just isn't cutting it. Nearly 30 Year Life Expectancy Gap Franklin County Among Lowest at 60 Years Ohio Ranks 46th Relative to Other States" When you bite from the QAnon apple things go bad.
  5. Phil1111

    covid-19

    One thing about republicans they have truly learnt the art of distraction from trump.No power, no safe drinking water, just throw some red meat to the masses. No masks, a new wave of immigrants. Next there will be something about guns.
  6. If those kids realized their parents were MIA down a rabbit hole they'd be upset.
  7. Phil1111

    Opiates

    I take it you've tried these resources. Find a Pain Management Specialist
  8. How about $92.2 million US for a image of a guy with his clothes on backwards: Or $558,000 for a bottle of wine which is almost guaranteed to have spoiled(73 years old).
  9. Thats like saying the GOP is a non-issue. A while back there were musical devices that used a spinning piece of plastic. Occasionally they would malfunction and repeat the same verse over and over. There was no fixing the issue.
  10. The lure of the rabbit hole has been around for a while. It plays upon the psychology of distraction. If necessary the mods may have to send Elon Musk's boring machine to get to the bottom of this hole.
  11. How about when they kill the owner?
  12. You forgot the full size reproduction of the jail cell were he spent the final years of his life.
  13. Neighbors are into horses in all directions from my property. Large animal vets are very expensive because the vet has to travel. $1000-1500 a year is not unusual. They need bedding, figure a 1/2 bale per horse per day($1) for five months. They need food a couple lbs of grain a day and 1/4 bale alfalfa Generally $125 a month. Many of these horses don't see a rider in the course of a whole year. I tried leaving out floss for the cat. So far nothing. When you adopt a stray thats what you get.
  14. I'll restate my thoughts that may not be clear. People spend money. They can spend it on animate beings like horses, dogs, cats, etc. Or they can spend it on motorcycles, cars, art, fancy wine, etc. Its their money to spend the way they like. I spent $450 earlier this month to have my cat's teeth cleaned. The most I've ever paid to have my own teeth cleaned is $150. I think the Farmer's Dog is an example of excess. Given my cat is about five and never had its teeth cleaned and my vet stated it should be done. I handed over the MC.
  15. "Pets are no different from all the other inanimate things people spend money on. Prime examples artwork that hangs on the wall whose attraction fades within months." My point is people have animate and inanimate spending as they choose. For some there is "Like you, we love our pets and care about their health. That’s why we created The Farmer’s Dog — a service that delivers balanced, freshly made pet food with simple recipes, guided by science, and driven by love." Obviously pets require food, veterinary care, exercise, stimulation, attention, etc. etc. Biggun has his iron horse that can be parked for years if necessary. Horses require vets, bedding, hay, etc. They also require regular riding of they start to develop ban habits.