The President has failed us

The President has failed us

There are 387998 comments on the Times News story from Jun 9, 2012, titled The President has failed us. In it, Times News reports that:

This week, I decided to list the reasons I would not vote for Barack Obama in the next election.

Join the discussion below, or Read more at Times News.

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#63885 Nov 23, 2012
PRJester wrote:
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As you are doing?
As are you!

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#63886 Nov 23, 2012
_White American_ wrote:
<quoted text>If what you say is true then you must know that the information you are reading and listening to is bogus. Why then do you put so much trust into what you believe to be true? Why not start to search for more unbiased information to base your beliefs on. I was told once by a very intelligent poster that one can go to Universities and their reseach for a lot of information.
It's just a thought.
I do try to find and read a lot of 'non-mainstream' sources. I do read Fox News site. However, I also read a lot of other sources that I wouldn't consider 'mainstream'. Some I haven't heard of before but find they do give a view other than left or right. Surprisingly, some are even oversease sources. And, that's kind of refreshing in today's "journalism" arena.

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#63887 Nov 23, 2012
no war 4 israel USA 1st wrote:
<quoted text>average family of 4 will finally be able to go to the doctor thanks to Obama .
America is the only Western nation which doesn't provide basic healthcare to its citizens .
most richest nations do such as Germany Denmark Sweden yet they have a higher standard of living than we do
In Wisconsin, Gruber reported that people purchasing insurance for themselves on the individual market would see, on average, premium increases of 30 percent by 2016, relative to what would have happened in the absence of Obamacare. In Minnesota, the law would increase premiums by 29 percent over the same period. Colorado was the least worst off, with premiums under the law rising by only 19 percent.

Some low-income individuals would benefit from Obamacare’s subsidies; for those individuals, the impact of these premium increases would be blunted. But if premium costs go up at a rate faster than people expect, taxpayers will be on the hook for billions upon billions of extra subsidies.

1.The requirement that all insurance plans cover “certain essential benefits;”
2.The mandate that all plans meet a “minimum actuarial value” of 60 percent (i.e., that beneficiaries bear out-of-pocket responsibility for a maximum of 40 percent of their benefit costs);
3.The requirement that insurers spend 80 percent of individual-market premium costs on health expenses (medical loss ratio);
4.The law’s high-risk pools being folded into the exchanges;
5.Com petitive efficiencies brought about by the exchanges; and
6.Requirements that insurers charge similar rates to the young and the old.

That is to say, Obamacare forces insurers to offer more benefits, requires them to spend more money on health expenses, and subsidizes the consumption of richer insurance packages. The laws of economics dictate that these costs will get passed down to consumers. It shouldn’t take a microsimulation from MIT to know there’s no such thing as a free lunch—but now you have one for good measure.

http://www.forbes.com/sites/aroy/2012/03/22/h ...
no war 4 israel USA 1st

Chicago, IL

#63888 Nov 23, 2012
Razors Edge wrote:
Agenda 21 is the United Nations attempt to control the world. And they are doing a very good job so far. More than 178 nations adopted Agenda 21 as official policy during a signing ceremony at the Earth Summit. Their means are stealthy and hidden under cloaks of environmental sustainability, city planning, and policies that promise to make each city in America more efficient. George H.W. Bush originally signed onto Agenda 21 on behalf of the US.
Executive Order #12858, signed by Bill Clinton in 1995, created the President’s Council on Sustainable Development with the goal to “harmonize” the US environmental policy with UN directives. This action effectively put the US under the control of the United Nations. This also forced all Federal Government agencies to join with state and local governments to come into line with Agenda 21 policies.
ICLEI: Local Governments for Sustainability is a UN agency that provides “local” community plans, software and training to towns and cities that pay their dues.
occupycorporatism.com
so how come UN can't control tiny israel which is perpetrating crimes against humanity ?

you making no sense . UN is American based organization not taken seriously even by us Americans .LOL
Confidential Chicanery

Fullerton, CA

#63889 Nov 23, 2012
Republican Honey wrote:
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As are you!
Mind your own business, what do you think this is, a public forum or something.

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#63890 Nov 23, 2012
_White American_ wrote:
<quoted text>Why not write a letter to President Obama and tell him how you were able to save a lot of money by using those working there to give suggestions. I believe that is a good idea and could be used to determine cuts in our Government. I know that toilets can be purchased for less then 10,000 dollars.
Or if we do that will we be taking too much pork out of the system?
I would write a letter to the president if I thought it would do any good. However, the president would never get eyes on to an email from joe taxpayer. Too many layers of BS between the pres and 'we the people'. I'm sure I'm not the first person to come up with the idea of empowering the workers to make their job more efficient and cost effective. I had to LOL at your comment about toilets for <$10k! It would really be funny if it weren't so true.

The problem with the way gov't operates, is because it's too bloated. There are too many duplicates to accomplish the same thing. Then, when there is a push to try to elimineate the duplicity, someone whines about someone losing their job. Well, that is a fact of life when you have such a top heavy entity and you try to make it streamline. Some jobs will have to be cut, plain and simple. With public unions, it will all the more difficult. From my personal experience with being involved with gov't funded R&D and the military, efficiency isn't a term that is in anyone's vocabulary. When using logic and common sense, you get the stink eye like you're some alien from another planet. The terms efficiency, logic and common sense, instills fear in the eyes of gummint workers.

Since: Apr 08

Butler, New Jersey

#63891 Nov 23, 2012
NTRPRNR1 wrote:
<quoted text>51% of American voters chose Obama which includes high income earners and the middle-class. Mostly, it is an amalgamation of people not fooled by Mitt Romney, and more power to them!
Nobody is dedicated to low wages and struggling. They simply find themselves in that group. They are old, students, the working poor, the disabled, the unemployed who once had jobs lost to outsourcing and the Great Recession and some VERY rich folks as well who are included in the numbers "to be dismissed" by Mitt Romney. Guess who got dismissed? ;-)
So what is the plan over the next four years that will be different than what we have seen in the last four? What spending cuts and changes will be made to reverse the overspending that got us into this mess? More investment into green projects? More socialization of basic services beyond MANDATORY Nationalized Medical care for all?
no war 4 israel USA 1st

Chicago, IL

#63892 Nov 23, 2012
Republican Honey wrote:
Some low-income individuals would benefit from Obamacare’s
Only 3% of Americans can call themselves millionater which mean 97% are low income . You lose .Let the rich bastards pay !! They made their millions on the back of others

“ON THE PROWL”

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Rest well Brother

#63893 Nov 23, 2012
no war 4 israel USA 1st wrote:
<quoted text>average family of 4 will finally be able to go to the doctor thanks to Obama .
America is the only Western nation which doesn't provide basic healthcare to its citizens .
most richest nations do such as Germany Denmark Sweden yet they have a higher standard of living than we do
And they will pay for it as well..

However, the penalty can never be more than the cost of a "Bronze" heath insurance plan purchased through one of the state "exchanges" that will be created as part of Obamacare. The CBO estimates that these policies will cost $4,500-$5,000 per person and $12,000-$12,500 per family in 2016, with the costs rising thereafter.

Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/how-much-is-th...

As I stated even with the 5k in deductions on their taxes the average family will be stuck holding the note for 7.5k a year.. And will a crappy plan with high deductions..

Eagle
no war 4 israel USA 1st

Chicago, IL

#63894 Nov 23, 2012
EAGLE EYE1 wrote:
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And they will pay for it as well..
However, the penalty can never be more than the cost of a "Bronze" heath insurance plan purchased through one of the state "exchanges" that will be created as part of Obamacare. The CBO estimates that these policies will cost $4,500-$5,000 per person and $12,000-$12,500 per family in 2016, with the costs rising thereafter.
Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/how-much-is-th...
As I stated even with the 5k in deductions on their taxes the average family will be stuck holding the note for 7.5k a year.. And will a crappy plan with high deductions..
Eagle
the nation is judged by the way it's treats its weakest members .
Democratic and Republican presidents used to think the proper role for business in the American health-care system was to pay most of the cost of their employee’s health-care insurance.

Under the Affordable Care Act, the principle is different, and much less onerous: Employers don’t need to offer health care, and they don’t need to pay for most of the cost of their employee’s health care, but if their employees are taking advantage of public subsidies, then the employer should have to pay a penalty equal to about 1/8th the cost of the average employer-provided health-insurance plan

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Butler, New Jersey

#63895 Nov 23, 2012
Black Rhino wrote:
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I work.
I don't bytch and fingerpoint, sheep.
Romney and the conservative 1% received a free asswhooping...Courtesy of the Koch brothers...Man, they gotta be pretty pissed off about all that cash they dumped into that magic underwear.
Funny how you topix bobbleheads claim to be the 1%...
Fkn Hilarious.
Some much for your claim that you don't finger point: "Romney and the conservative 1% received a free asswhooping"
Yeah

Honolulu, HI

#63896 Nov 23, 2012
lol! You know what I like about fart news? Most of their "news" comes from legitimate sites such as Reuters and AP. And when fart likes them, they link in.

Most of the conservative babble is opinion, which doesn't qualify as news.

... which is why few legitimate news organizations link to them!

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#63897 Nov 23, 2012
no war 4 israel USA 1st wrote:
<quoted text>
the nation is judged by the way it's treats its weakest members .
Democratic and Republican presidents used to think the proper role for business in the American health-care system was to pay most of the cost of their employee’s health-care insurance.
Under the Affordable Care Act, the principle is different, and much less onerous: Employers don’t need to offer health care, and they don’t need to pay for most of the cost of their employee’s health care, but if their employees are taking advantage of public subsidies, then the employer should have to pay a penalty equal to about 1/8th the cost of the average employer-provided health-insurance plan
Due to the coverages which insurance companies will now be required to provide, payments are expected to rise. No one really seems to know exactly how much the increase will be, but estimates are 20% to 40%. If employers are now providing all or partial payment on the health insurance for their employees, they may not be able to cover the increases. As a result, these increases will likely be past on to the employees.

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#63898 Nov 23, 2012
Yeah wrote:
lol! You know what I like about fart news? Most of their "news" comes from legitimate sites such as Reuters and AP. And when fart likes them, they link in.
Most of the conservative babble is opinion, which doesn't qualify as news.
... which is why few legitimate news organizations link to them!
Liberal bias in the media occurs when liberal ideas have undue influence on the coverage or selection of news stories.

Conservative critics of the media say some bias exists within a wide variety of media channels including network news shows of CBS, ABC, and NBC, cable channels CNN, MSNBC and Current TV, as well as major newspapers, news-wires, and radio outlets, especially CBS News, Newsweek, and The New York Times.[21] These arguments intensified when it was revealed that the Democratic Party received a total donation of $1,020,816, given by 1,160 employees of the three major broadcast television networks (NBC, CBS, ABC), while the Republican Party received only $142,863 via 193 donations.[22] Both of these figures represent donations made in 2008.

A study cited frequently by critics of a "liberal media bias" in American journalism is The Media Elite, a 1986 book co-authored by political scientists Robert Lichter, Stanley Rothman, and Linda Lichter.[23] They surveyed journalists at national media outlets such as The New York Times, The Washington Post, and the broadcast networks. The survey found that most of these journalists were Democratic voters whose attitudes were well to the left of the general public on a variety of topics, including such hot-button social issues as abortion, affirmative action, and gay rights. Then they compared journalists' attitudes to their coverage of controversial issues such as the safety of nuclear power, school busing to promote racial integration, and the energy crisis of the 1970s. The authors concluded that journalists' coverage of controversial issues reflected their own attitudes, and the predominance of political liberals in newsrooms therefore pushed news coverage in a liberal direction. They presented this tilt as a mostly unconscious process of like-minded individuals projecting their shared assumptions onto their interpretations of reality.

In a survey conducted by the American Society of Newspaper Editors in 1997, 61% of reporters stated that they were members of or shared the beliefs of the Democratic Party. Only 15% say their beliefs were best represented by the Republican Party.[24] This leaves 24% undecided or independent.

A 2002 study by Jim A. Kuypers of Dartmouth College, Press Bias and Politics, investigated the issue of media bias. In this study of 116 mainstream US papers, including The New York Times, The Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times, and the San Francisco Chronicle, Kuypers stated that the mainstream press in America tends to favor liberal viewpoints. They argued that reporters who they thought were expressing moderate or conservative points of view were often labeled as holding a minority point of view. Kuypers said he found liberal bias in reporting a variety of issues including race, welfare reform, environmental protection, and gun control.[25]

A joint study by the Joan Shorenstein Center on Press, Politics and Public Policy at Harvard University and the Project for Excellence in Journalism found that viewers believe that liberal media bias can be found in television news by networks such as CNN.[26] These findings concerning a perception of liberal bias in television news – particularly at CNN – are also reported by other sources.[27]

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liberal_media_bi...

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#63900 Nov 23, 2012
no war 4 israel USA 1st wrote:
<quoted text>Only 3% of Americans can call themselves millionater which mean 97% are low income . You lose .Let the rich bastards pay !! They made their millions on the back of others
Sixteen percent of millionaires inherited their fortunes. Forty-seven percent of millionaires are business owners. Twenty-three percent of the world's millionaires got that way through paid work, consisting mostly of skilled professionals or managers.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Millionaire

So you do not think many of those business owners or many of those skilled professionals worked very hard to attain their success?
no war 4 israel USA 1st

Chicago, IL

#63902 Nov 23, 2012
Republican Honey wrote:
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Sixteen percent of millionaires inherited their fortunes. Forty-seven percent of millionaires are business owners. Twenty-three percent of the world's millionaires got that way through paid work, consisting mostly of skilled professionals or managers.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Millionaire
So you do not think many of those business owners or many of those skilled professionals worked very hard to attain their success?
nope , they stole and manipulated others to gain their riches .

8- to 35-year-olds: Your median net worth has dropped 68% since 1984. It's now less than $4,000.

The Richest 1%: They tripled their share of income between 1980 and 2006, then took 93% of all the new income in the first year after the 2008 recession. Their median net worth is now over $5,000,000.

Based on U.S. tax return data, only 3% of the wealthiest 130,000 Americans are entrepreneurs. Most are in management or finance.
Yeah

Honolulu, HI

#63904 Nov 23, 2012
Republican Honey wrote:
<quoted text>
Liberal bias in the media occurs when liberal ideas have undue influence on the coverage or selection of news stories.
Conservative critics of the media say some bias exists within a wide variety of media channels including network news shows of CBS, ABC, and NBC, cable channels CNN, MSNBC and Current TV, as well as major newspapers, news-wires, and radio outlets, especially CBS News, Newsweek, and The New York Times.[21] These arguments intensified when it was revealed that the Democratic Party received a total donation of $1,020,816, given by 1,160 employees of the three major broadcast television networks (NBC, CBS, ABC), while the Republican Party received only $142,863 via 193 donations.[22] Both of these figures represent donations made in 2008.
A study cited frequently by critics of a "liberal media bias" in American journalism is The Media Elite, a 1986 book co-authored by political scientists Robert Lichter, Stanley Rothman, and Linda Lichter.[23] They surveyed journalists at national media outlets such as The New York Times, The Washington Post, and the broadcast networks. The survey found that most of these journalists were Democratic voters whose attitudes were well to the left of the general public on a variety of topics, including such hot-button social issues as abortion, affirmative action, and gay rights. Then they compared journalists' attitudes to their coverage of controversial issues such as the safety of nuclear power, school busing to promote racial integration, and the energy crisis of the 1970s. The authors concluded that journalists' coverage of controversial issues reflected their own attitudes, and the predominance of political liberals in newsrooms therefore pushed news coverage in a liberal direction. They presented this tilt as a mostly unconscious process of like-minded individuals projecting their shared assumptions onto their interpretations of reality.
In a survey conducted by the American Society of Newspaper Editors in 1997, 61% of reporters stated that they were members of or shared the beliefs of the Democratic Party. Only 15% say their beliefs were best represented by the Republican Party.[24] This leaves 24% undecided or independent.
A 2002 study by Jim A. Kuypers of Dartmouth College, Press Bias and Politics, investigated the issue of media bias. In this study of 116 mainstream US papers, including The New York Times, The Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times, and the San Francisco Chronicle, Kuypers stated that the mainstream press in America tends to favor liberal viewpoints. They argued that reporters who they thought were expressing moderate or conservative points of view were often labeled as holding a minority point of view. Kuypers said he found liberal bias in reporting a variety of issues including race, welfare reform, environmental protection, and gun control.[25]
A joint study by the Joan Shorenstein Center on Press, Politics and Public Policy at Harvard University and the Project for Excellence in Journalism found that viewers believe that liberal media bias can be found in television news by networks such as CNN.[26] These findings concerning a perception of liberal bias in television news – particularly at CNN – are also reported by other sources.[27]
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liberal_media_bi...
lol! Fox is much more guilty of this "unbalanced" reporting. This is why I said they link to others, but offer opinions on THEIR positions. Which is why FEW valid news organizations link to them!

This is also why I snicker when I see a cons claiming Huffington post is reporting an issue in their favor. They laugh and think it's hilarious when even fox isn't reporting it!

The comical stupidity of the point isn't lost on me. But some cons seem to think they've won some sort of concession from those they despise when all it is is factual reporting.
LMAO

North Myrtle Beach, SC

#63905 Nov 23, 2012
To the main six posters that are here 24/7/365. You know who you are. But in case you don’t recognize yourselves, I will be naming names. LOL.

I have read these threads for many months now and thought it would be fun to needle the six posters that are on here morning, noon and night, until the wee hours of early morning. The same six posters that have been on here for many years apparently. You go to bed for a couple of hours and get up and log right back onto Topix.

It wasn’t as much fun as I thought it would be to make the few posts that I did. In fact, it was/is plain stupid to waste my time here. So if it is stupid to spend only an hour or so a day here reading over a couple of months, then what is it for all of you who spend your lives here?

What do any of you ever accomplish? Here or in your “real” lives? Nothing. Except an astronomical number of posts. You speak of family, but do any of you ever spend any time with them? Some of you were even here yesterday. The day for giving thanks for all of your many blessings and being with family. Is it any wonder you all have so many divorces between you? Some even have been divorced more than once. Apparently, some even more than twice. If you would devote as much time to your relationships as you do to Topix, I wonder how much better your lives would be.

US Mail, you were so very fortunate to escape the destruction of Hurricane Sandy. But instead of being out helping those who lost everything, you choose to spend your time being crude and vulgar here. You very seldom offer anything of actual content. And before you recycle that same ole tired line again, I will tell you not even with someone else’s lips! One would expect more maturity from someone who “claims” to be an attorney. Your friends call others racist but never said one word to you for using the “n” word several times. Some said “context” but that was only a cop out to excuse your bad behavior. That is an ugly word that should never be used. By anyone. And shame on those who use it and any other racial slur that has been posted here.

Rico, you change your name more often than you do your underwear. The other five never say a word about it but they constantly accuse others of being socks because they are too arrogant and insecure to realize that more than one or two people find them offensive. They would rather think it is only one person using many names. You admit to posting from work. Have you ever given your employer an honest days work for your pay? You also need to clean up your act. To many of your posts contain sexual content. And you seem to be rather racist toward your own people. You often make derogatory comments about them. Why is that?

Rose, you continually accuse others of the very same things you do. And you contradict yourself often. Liar and Bitch seem to be your favorite words, unless you are fawning over the other five (actually, only four) posters here. You always accuse people of baiting you but yet you fall for it every single time. You are truly delusional. Is it any wonder most people judge your posts as nuts? You seem extremely crude and immature for someone your age.

NTRPRNR1. What are you an entrepreneur of? Posting? You certainly have cornered the market on that. You are the most “wordy” poster on any of these threads. Can you even post to someone you disagree with WITHOUT calling them a name? I doubt it. You are here more than any one else until the early hours of the morning. That, coupled with your nasty, foul mouth attitude, is Is it any wonder you have had so many failed relationships? What is the common denominator in all of your failed marriages? YOU! Haven’t you learned anything at all from them? You spend all of your time here. You can’t foster a healthy relationship by ignoring it. Nor by being angry and bitter all the time. Guess that is why people usually judge you as clueless. Because you are.

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Ralff

“United We Stand”

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Divided We Fall

#63906 Nov 23, 2012
rewba aka Anti-American Scumwad #1 posted this hate filled rant;

"Well over 100 years ago, the Americunt forefathers took a break from the slaughter of Injuns and beating their slave to decide"....
http://www.topix.com/forum/news/immigration/T...
and Vorenus aka Anti-American Scumwad #2 and USMail XXXII Anti-American Scumwad #3 propped it.
Now are we still suppose to believe mail is an attorney, sworn to uphold our laws and a sworn officer of the courts?
Scumbags! That's what the haters are!
LMAO

North Myrtle Beach, SC

#63907 Nov 23, 2012
Gloria, what can I say? You are a sex starved attention hound that chases Rico all over these threads. No one finds you attractive nor even funny. Just sad and pathetic. And yes, you most definitely are a racist. You can’t hide that even if you try. Which you don’t. If you are the age you say you are, then you are way too old to be behaving in this manner. And way too young to spend all of your time here. Get a life. A real one. God help the child you claim to have. And for God’s sake, stop the incessant bragging. No one cares what you look like. And every time you open your mouth, you give your low IQ away. So stop lying about it.

XMan. Wonder why I didn’t include you up there with the other guys? Because I am not sure you are one. You chose the name of a male comic book hero yet you squeal “LEAVE ME ALONE OR I’M TELLING” like an adolescent girl on the playground. You are another one who can’t post without name calling. You offer no content whatsoever and if there is a bigger suck up on these threads, I haven’t seen him/her. And yes, I plead guilty of name calling here, but the shoe certainly fits you. On another thread, you accused others of not having anything better to do than to post on Topix on Thanksgiving. Yet you were the first one there and the last one to leave. And you racked up more posts than anyone there. Is it any wonder people make fun of you? You are a joke.

I should have included Positronium because you are here most of the time also. The talk of your “firm” is not only annoying, it also makes you look pathetic. You offer nothing of substance to this or any thread. And from what I have read, you are definitely not to be trusted. By anyone.

None of you seven apparently work because you are always here. Are your lives so miserable that you would rather be here in the dark negative cave of Topix than out in the sunshine of the real world with real people????? What did any of you do this year besides post? Did any of you go white water rafting? Ziplining? Climb a mountain? Have any fun at all? I did. Did any of you help build a couple of houses for Habitat? Help pack goody boxes for our troops? Did any volunteer work at the animal shelter? I did. Did any of you go outside your own city and see any of this beautiful country? Did you spend any time with your husbands, wives, children, parents and friends? I did.

Now a word of admittedly unsolicited advise for a few others here occasionally.

Cricket, although you are not here all the time, and do post some interesting articles, you do tend to spam the threads with some of the same things over and over again.

Republican Honey, you seem to be a bright, educated, interesting person. I have enjoyed reading your some of your posts. Please don’t get caught up in the negative world of Topix as these others have. You get to spend the winter in Florida. Others aren’t as blessed. Go out and enjoy your good fortune.

Shayla, your style of writing gives you away every time you post as Vader.

American Girl and Whathehay. Even I think you are the same person. All the unnecessary caps give you away.

Tinka. I know you have a hard life and I do wish you the best, but please do not start spamming your nonsense here where some people are trying to have a real conversation. Keep it in Rose’s Pub, where nonsense belongs.

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