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You can see it in her eyes, the brain aware the body is in trauma, has reviewed every single memory it has, there is nothing it knows of that it can do to save itself.
The situation is hopeless, there is no need of fear, there is no use in fighting, there is no escape.

A run away reaction is underway. Hypoxia is setting in, the brain automatically but unconsciously screams at the heart to pump harder. More blood leaves the body. The heart, like a ten watt speaker being fed a thousand watt signal, is stretched beyond its mechanical limits, failure is imminent.

The senses should be overwhelmed, the cold marble floor, the taste and smell of blood that seems to be everywhere, the ears ringing from the gunshot seconds ago muffles the shouts of the mob, the violence of the chest compressions along with the glare from the half dozen torches recording this. None of this matters, it barely registers. Shock has taken hold.
Pain is still a sensation but a sensation, like all the others, the brain has deemed unimportant to its current plight.

Inside the mind is now an imagination of the afterlife, time doesn't really apply here, one stroke of the pendulum can feel like one hundred years but as the seconds tick in the real world, the images inside the mind are dimming, the internal voice is becoming quiet. A slow motion of a cathode ray tube being switched off, the picture shrinks to a pixel, the pixel fades to black.

The brain dies and it didn't notice it happened.
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Video of women being shot during the storming of the Capitol.
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What was the 70's like?

1. It was common to see people going around barefoot.

2. Most restaurants had a sign that "We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone".

3. Another common sign "No shirt, no shoes, no service."

4. Some girls didn't wear bras, and were intriguingly bouncy.

5. No one under 40 was fat, and girls were stunning. There wasn't a fast food joint on every corner, and high fructose corn syrup wasn't a thing. There were no cell phones, video games, or cable, so people spent their time riding bikes, playing Frisbee, doing casual sports, or just walking around.

6. We didn't sit in traffic. One side of Houston to the other was 15 minutes at a steady 70 mph. People moved over to let you in from the entrance ramp instead of cutting you off.

7. Everyone said "Hi" when you passed them on the street. There was a sense of community, even in a big city.

8. Streaking was a thing. The Rice U quad in particular.

9. Hitch hikers were common and unafraid.

10. We said man, and cool a lot, plus chill, baby, groovy, far out, right on, "trippin" "chick", "psychedelic", "bummer", "groove dog", and "jammin". "Far out man, like right on, that's a groovy chick - she's cool."

11. We didn't lock our cars or houses.

12. If someone robbed you it was their fault, instead of your fault for leaving the door unlocked.

13. Parents didn't have to worry about the children, we headed out in the morning and just had to be home by dark or when we got hungry.

14. Parking was never a problem.

15. You could get affordable concert tickets the day of the concert even for the Stones, Dylan, Led Zeppelin (two shows for Zeppelin).

16. Guns on gun racks were common.

17. A coffee cup filling scoop of vanilla at Borden Ice Cream factory was 25 cents.

18. Tuition at the University of Texas was $200/yr ($1,000 today) and Texas A&M was $198 ($996 today). Rice University was $1200/yr ($6,000 today).

19. My motorcycle had fiberglass bags and I once got 5 people on the bike and rode the sidewalks of Rice.

20. We had gazilcher wars. A bucket with long loops of surgical tubing would fire a water balloon 75 yards with athletes operating and an engineer specifying the firing angle.

21. Getting caught skinny dipping didn't make you a sex offender.

22. Someone pumped your gas, checked your oil, and cleaned your windshield for you. They had real, handy, free air hoses.

23. It's difficult to convey just how open and tolerant the atmosphere was back then. "It's yo thing, do what you wanna do". We'd been through the riots of the 60's, the Civil Rights Act was passed in 1964, and
it was a time for love and healing.

24. You could have a civil, logical discussion with a liberal, and remain friends.

25. People had a sense of humor. You didn't have to be politically correct - people could laugh at themselves as well as at others.

26. People enjoyed helping others.

27. The public had respect for the police and laws.

28. You didn't have to stay 6 feet apart with a mask on.

29. We had commercials teaching the world to sing in perfect harmony.

30. Jesus Christ was a SuperStar:

31. There was popular music was about being a child of the universe:

28. Rednecks and hippies met in the middle with "Cosmic Cowboys", like Willie Nelson.

32. Black music stars didn't rap. Marvin Gaye, Diana Ross, and Sly Stone for example.

33. "In 1979, Houston Gay Pride Parade was first held in Neartown, Houston", and all the straights (including myself) turned out to watch. It was a hoot and a good time was had by all. Everything wasn't such a big deal back then. If you wanted to do your thing - why not? Paint some stuff on a bed sheet, get in a truck bed, wear a funny outfit, and go for it.

Note: Affirmative Action had been law since 1965 in the 70's. Women and minorities were already "protected classes" by federal law, and received preference in college admission, hiring, promotion, and government contracts, just like they do today. Gays were cool and we went dancing at gay bars. We didn't feel the need to go around hating people and calling them racists - "Just feel the love, man". Sadly, we wound up with another set of divisive, race-based laws, the effects of which we're experiencing today.

From Lorraine Fay:

*"Females had it good in the 70's. I applied and got into medical school with no difficulty. I was treated more as an equal by my peers more than people are now. Now there is so much politically-driven tension between everyone-whites, blacks, Latinos, women, men , atheists, Christians, Muslims, and on and on. I felt like a person in a world filled with other people, not as a victim in a world surrounded by haters. I feel bad that the young people today have not been able to experience that freedom."
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Victor Davis Hanson | US Election 2020
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We need a list
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THE ELITES ARE CORRUPT: Anne Applebaum Edition
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Jordon Peterson browsing /pol/
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The Art of the Kneel
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I was wrong about the Democratic Party #walkaway

Teach for America made me abandon the racism of the left. AOC made me abandon the left altogether. #walkaway #walkawaycampaign

I am a bit overwhelmed with the way this video has blown up (despite persistent shadow banning from YT!), and i really appreciate the thoughtful comments i've received. i noticed a few themes in the comments and i continue to get the same questions, so i want to address them here!

1) I did not jump from blind loyalty to democrats to blind loyalty to republicans. i simply came to the realization that i am not represented by leftism (which has overtaken the dem party), and I align better with conservatism. Typically that means i prefer the republican candidate, but i have no strong party loyalty. as many of you mentioned there is plenty wrong with the GOP as well. I purposefully did not include a ringing endorsement of the GOP for that reason.

2) i have specific and compelling reasons why i am conservative vs libertarian or moderate etc. and i arrived at those reasons through a lot of introspection and research. i am less concerned about the superficial issues of today and more concerned about the enduring principles we stand on, as well as procedural adherence to our founding documents. I've read a lot of Burke, Scruton, Sowell, etc. and i was impressed with their arguments. i did not expound on those arguments in the video because i didnt want to babble on for hours. If you want to understand conservatism, those writers are a wonderful place to start (try sowell, hes all over YT!), or check out ben shapiro. the point of this video is not to make people conservative, but rather to explain why some people choose not to be leftist.

3) i do value biblical morality, and I find the truthfulness and wisdom of it very compelling. i prefer to avoid appealing to religion in discussions of politics because i think it can alienate nonreligious people.

4) i am very certain that nowhere in the video did i say "racism doesnt exist", but if that was your impression i will clarify. racism exists, it's an endemic human evil, and we ought to do our best to fight it any place we see it. my intention in this video was to shine light on an overlooked element of racism that is running rampant under the guise of "morality". i think the stealthy way this type of racism works is particularly dangerous and insidious. I believe telling a child they are hated by their society and doomed to fail is the most oppressive form of all. anyone who hates racism should be up in arms about this with me. we ought to fight it as ferociously as we fight other forms of racism.

5) i am very aware of the marxist influence on society and I have been monitoring this trend for the past 2 years since waking up. it is clear to me that there is a persistent effort afoot to divide us along color lines. the true intention of this video was not to sway voters in the upcoming election, but rather to undercut the divisive marxist messaging that now pervades the west. i want people to see that compassion run amok can be weaponized, and it can take us further from healing, not closer. the internal cancer that is marxism is much bigger and broader than this election or even this country.

6) i am not a russian bot! nor am i an actress (as flattering as that is!). the reality is i posted this video on my facebook and it blew up. trust me no one is more shocked than me.

7) this has been hard on me, socially. a lot of people i care about would prefer i take this video down and i often think about it. at this point in my life i dont have a strong enough support system to get further involved with politics, much as id love to, because it would cause strain on my relationships. I have the most wonderful family you can imagine, but this is just the reality of being the black sheep during a tense time. considering how much they disagree with me my loved ones are heroically supportive. however, i dont want to do things that will jeopardize my most important relationships.

8) i WILL probably make more videos in the future, because i have more thoughts, but frankly i dont want to become overly involved with social media. i am deeply interested in ideas and thought movements, much more so than elections, so i will likely make ocasional videos when i have something i am ready to discuss, most likely after the election when things cool off.

9) i love and respect a LOT of dems, and i dont want to bash them. i just wanted to make this video so people would understand our side a little better. also, i have a lot of love for REAL liberals who think for themselves, even if they come to different conclusions. i dont think the dems represent them very well at the moment either.

10) i would LOVE to get out of LA! holy moly i think about it every day! my dream is to meet a SENSIBLE guy and hightail it to texas. yeehaw!
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No One Left To Lie To Christopher Hitchins
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OPED: I was raped by whoever Trump picks to replace Ginsburg on the Supreme Court
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You Have NO Choice - George Carlin
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Trump walks out of news conference after reporter asks him about Veterans Choice lie he's told more than 150 times
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AXIOS on HBO: President Trump Exclusive Interview (Full Episode) | HBO
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What's your honest opinion on Fascism?
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What No One Realizes About Kim Jong-un's Sister Kim Yo-jong
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Rigged Voting Machines in 16 US States Connected to George Soros & Hillary Clinton
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Will this woman succeed Kim Jong Un?

The mystery over the health of Kim Jong Un has triggered intense speculation over succession. Who can succeed the North Korean leader?
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1) It is Nobel Prize,” not "Noble Prize.”
2) There is no Nobel Prize for Journalism.
3) Trump may be thinking of the Pulitzer Prize. But who knows?
4) This kind of proves he's a Russian asset, right?
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Joe 2020
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I am proud of my Flag. You should be too. You're nothing without one. Wear your nation's flag with pride faggots.
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Tax his land, Tax his bed, Tax the table,
At which he's fed.

Tax his tractor, Tax his mule, Teach him taxes
Are the rule.

Tax his work, Tax his pay, He works for peanuts anyway!

Tax his cow, Tax his goat, Tax his pants,
Tax his coat.

Tax his ties, Tax his shirt, Tax his work,
Tax his dirt.

Tax his tobacco, Tax his drink, Tax him if he
Tries to think.

Tax his cigars, Tax his beers, If he cries Tax his tears.

Tax his car, Tax his gas, Find other ways
To tax his ass.

Tax all he has Then let him know
That you won't be done Till he has no dough.

When he screams and hollers; Then tax him some more, Tax him till He's good and sore.

Then tax his coffin, Tax his grave, Tax the sod in Which he's laid…

Put these words Upon his tomb, Taxes drove me to my doom…'

When he's gone, Do not relax, Its time to apply The inheritance tax.
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Some U.S. citizens aren't eligible for stimulus checks - because they're married to immigrants
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Attention Please
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I'm a White Australian and my name isn't Chang. I choose China because when I look at them I'm astonished at the advances they are making. China has developed faster than any nation in human history and very soon they will surpass the USA. China's effective form of government is what enabled their rapid development, but meanwhile in Australia our own progress has stalled. We need to adopt the China model for ourselves in order to survive in the 21st century, and who better to teach us it to us than the Chinese? For this reason I support Australia being incorporated into China as an overseas territory.
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Can We Design Our Way Out Of Civilizational Crisis
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The Out Of The Shadows documentary lifts the mask on how the mainstream media & Hollywood manipulate & control the masses by spreading propaganda throughout their content. Our goal is to wake up the general public by shedding light on how we all have been lied to & brainwashed by a hidden enemy with a sinister agenda.

This project is the result of two years of blood, sweat, and tears by a team of woke professionals. It’s been independently produced and funded and is available on many different platforms for free for anyone to watch.
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Mass shooters
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A worldwide survey was conducted by the UN. The only question asked was: "Would you please give your honest opinion about solutions to the food shortage in the rest of the world?" The survey was a huge failure. In Africa they didn't know what "food" meant. In Eastern Europe they didn't know what "honest" meant. In Western Europe they didn't know what "shortage" meant. In China they didn't know what "opinion" meant. In the Middle East they didn't know what "solution" meant. In South America they didn't know what "please" meant. And in the USA they didn't know what "the rest of the world" meant.
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Biden 2020

Obama endorses Biden
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Capitalism: A Love Story

Exactly one year and a day after the initial Wall Street bailout, Michael Moore (SICKO, FAHRENHEIT 9/11) looks at the global financial crisis and the U.S. economy during the transition between the incoming Obama Administration and the outgoing Bush Administration. In standard Moore fashion, he mockingly draws attention to the Wall Street and Government decisions that have enabled what he calls "the biggest robbery in the history of this country."
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One of the biggest problems with the dissident right now, something that everyone from Millennial Woes to Jared Taylor have noticed, is that it attracts people who revel in being socially outcast.

The left has been winning because they were "fitting in" and then very subtly and incrementally subverting the culture once they got into positions of power. That's how they took over academia, by fitting in socially, getting into hiring positions, then hiring SJWs who frame the key message in terms of acceptable discourse and giving no room to the right. Same with the mainstream media, same with the social media, same with journalism….etc.

Rather than taking a look at Reddit, Youtube, Facebook, Twitter…etc and saying "Hey, we should fit in and become mods there and then take over by removing the left wing posters by enforcing rules and pushing our own message in subtle, intelligent ways", the right retreats to /pol/ and jerks itself off on how gay mainstream sites are and how cool you are to be the few in this echochamber, too in love with the image of itself being some enlightened misfit class apart.
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You thought…
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Trump's allergy to the written word and his reliance on oral communication have proven liabilities in office.
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Full Special Investigation: Donald Trump vs The Deep State
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Tulsi will survive
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If that fuckin' bastard wins…
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If capitalism is so great…
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Jeffrey Epstein: The Game of the Global Elite [Full Investigative Documentary]
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Why The Electoral College Exists
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This tool is built to enable political leaders to quickly make decisions in their Coronavirus response informed by best available data and modeling.

Here are the questions we built this tool to answer:

What will the impact be in my region be and when can I expect it?
How long until my hospital system is under severe pressure?
What are my menu of interventions, and how will they address the spread of Coronavirus?
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Senate Democrats on Sunday blocked action on an emerging deal to prop up an economy devastated by the coronavirus pandemic, paralyzing the progress of a nearly $2 trillion government rescue package they said failed to adequately protect workers or impose strict enough restrictions on bailed-out businesses.

The party-line vote was a stunning setback after three days of fast-paced negotiations between senators and administration officials to reach a bipartisan compromise on legislation that is expected to be the largest economic stimulus package in American history — now expected to cost $1.8 trillion or more. In a 47-to-47 vote, the Senate fell short of the 60 votes that would have been needed to advance the measure, even as talks continued behind the scenes between Democrats and the White House to salvage a compromise.
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There’s a good article in The Atlantic on the powers that a President may have after the declaration of a national emergency:

>Nonetheless, some legal scholars believe that the Constitution gives the president inherent emergency powers by making him commander in chief of the armed forces, or by vesting in him a broad, undefined “executive Power.” At key points in American history, presidents have cited inherent constitutional powers when taking drastic actions that were not authorized—or, in some cases, were explicitly prohibited—by Congress. Notorious examples include Franklin D. Roosevelt’s internment of U.S. citizens and residents of Japanese descent during World War II and George W. Bush’s programs of warrantless wiretapping and torture after the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Abraham Lincoln conceded that his unilateral suspension of habeas corpus during the Civil War was constitutionally questionable, but defended it as necessary to preserve the Union.
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The Chinese have given up on containing the virus. They have decided to let the virus spread through their population and let the chips fall where they will. This is why the Chinese expelled The Washington Post, The Times and the Wall Street Journal. With what is coming they do not want the press around to see the body bags and other things. Simply put unless a vaccine is developed this is the storm. China has already passed over a million dead and after that what is the point in counting. The Chinese are lying about things not to deceive the west but to try and hold their own country together long enough for something to change. If the Chinese people understood there is no cure and no real way to stop the biological weapon their scientists and the Russians created. Well I will let you use your imagination. The problem is this weapon mutates and each new solution only results in only dealing with an increasingly small subset in the epidemic. The Chinese, Americans, and Russians are working behind the scenes to keep things under control and the lies and noble. There is far more a stake here than the truth. The increasing danger now is with the pandemic reaching dangerous levels in the U.S. someone will become unhinged and doing something unsound.
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Good idea
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What happened to Joe? He seems to have gone missing?
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And He said unto the sick..
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Tulsi Gabbard Is the Only Woman Left in the 2020 Presidential Race
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Are The MIC and CIA Behind The Impeachment Of Donald Trump?
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Trump's "Dream Scenario" Unfolds With RECORD Approval Rating And Democrats In Complete Chaos
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"INAUGURATION DAY" — A Bad Lip Reading of Donald Trump's Inauguration
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Beware, Pete Buttigieg Is a Sharp Corporate Tool
With the mutual alignment of Buttigieg and his corporate healthcare-industry donors, Mayor Pete's approach seems to be a case of a flimflamming candidate who poses as a forthright leader.
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N.J. mayor admits drinking too much at party, passing out without pants in township employee’s bed
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“You fantasized that this braggart would be your hero, but you discovered he’s just another rich asshole politician out for himself.”
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Tulsi sues Hillary
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I've been reading about the Vietnam war

what a shitshow. and not the way boomers mean it. We were on the verge of wiping out communism in Nam when hippies, liberals and Nixon sold out the South and left them all alone against the charlies.

Look up the Phoenix Program for how to deal with communists.
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Epstein didn't kill himself. Let the memes begin!
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Every leftist social movement was engineered by the elite to enrich themselves.

>Women in the workforce

Inflates labour supply
Childcare becomes an industry
Children's raised by media and the state to be ideal consumers
Women already responsible for 80% of all consumption

>Sexual liberalism

Sex is zero-sum competitive
You can't change your genes
The only way to gain an edge is to consume
The more you consume to gain advantage, the more others must consume to regain lost advantage
The result is competitive consumption with no upper bound

>Deconstruction of family

Families consume a household's worth of resources per family
Single parents consume a houshold's worth of resources per individual

>Mass migration

Anyone above poverty is a potential saver
Anyone below poverty is a guaranteed consumer
Redistribution to imported poverty is redistribution from savers to consumers, and by extension, redistribution to the people selling what consumers buy
Inflates labour supply
Multiculturalism creates social entropy and prevents large scale organization
Migrant violence suppresses communities without needing to pay police

>Subsidized meme degrees

Degrees become required for entry level jobs
Lenders make money of loans
Landlords make money as students must rent in high demand cities, further increasing demand side competition
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We need to stop studying history and focus on the future. Change my mind.
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Fast-spreading "Coronavirus" in China has caused QUARANTINE of Wuhan city (Pop. 11 Million) and caused Gov't of Shanghai to SPRAY disinfectant in the streets!
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Did you watch the debates? Who do you support?
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Do you believe the findings of the 911 Commission Report?
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What does the Secret Service think of Donald Trump?

None of them told him that he had toilet paper stuck to his shoe. None mentioned this on his way out of the White House. None told him as they let him into the car. None tactfully brought up the snafu during the ride.
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Mexican Words of the Day