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Mrs.B commented on Adriana's group Freethought and Funny Bones
"When I make blueberry muffins, I always add more fruit than called for....same with pancakes."
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Stephen Brodie commented on Adriana's group Freethought and Funny Bones
"What's a blueberry muffin called that has no             …"
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Mrs.B commented on Adriana's group Freethought and Funny Bones
"Yes, but we also have a lot of the British words here too."
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Stephen Brodie commented on Adriana's group Freethought and Funny Bones
"It is strange how words can change from one English speaking country to another."
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Mrs.B commented on Adriana's group Freethought and Funny Bones
"I never know how it started. We say both here in Canada."
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Stephen Brodie commented on Adriana's group Freethought and Funny Bones
"I wasn't being pedantic about the different pronunciations. In most of the UK, we say…"
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Grinning Cat commented on Adriana's group Freethought and Funny Bones
"I know, on the two sides of the Atlantic we're divided by a common language. :)"
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Mrs.B replied to Loren Miller's discussion Marlon Craft - State Of The Union in the group The Music Box
"Pretty damn good."
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Mrs.B replied to Loren Miller's discussion Excuse Our Coups! (Betty Bowers) in the group Freethought and Funny Bones
"She does these so well!"
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Mrs.B commented on Adriana's group Freethought and Funny Bones
"It always was ass as far as I know, but certain regional accents add an 'r' to some words…"
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Stephen Brodie commented on Adriana's group Freethought and Funny Bones
"Very funny man indeed. But tell me, when did the word Arse morph into Ass. I always thought that an…"
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Loren Miller commented on Loren Miller's blog post Dear President Biden: Regarding Christian Nationalism and January 6, 2021...
"Thanks a lot, Stephen.  Much appreciated."
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Idaho Spud commented on Adriana's group Freethought and Funny Bones
"That's one "Funny ASS" comedian"
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Stephen Brodie replied to Loren Miller's discussion Marlon Craft - State Of The Union in the group The Music Box
"A Powerful and prescient message from such a young man. "
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Stephen Brodie commented on Loren Miller's blog post Dear President Biden: Regarding Christian Nationalism and January 6, 2021...
"Damn Good letter Loren. If I were an American citizen I would proudly co-sign such a letter. It…"
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Dear President Biden: Regarding Christian Nationalism and January 6, 2021...

I have no doubt but that Joe Biden is one busy new president at the moment, and I tend to suspect…See More
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Loren Miller commented on Loren Miller's group Quote Of The Day
"To find yourself, think for yourself. -- Socrates Succinct and apt, I think! [grin!]"
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Loren Miller replied to Loren Miller's discussion Excuse Our Coups! (Betty Bowers) in the group Freethought and Funny Bones
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* creating $555 billion in new tariffs,

* offsetting the effect of those tariffs with $8.4 billion in new taxpayer-funded assistance to farmers,

* persisting in his presidential desire to withdraw from NATO as he talks of a full withdrawal from Afghanistan

* increasingly warm public praise of Kim Jong-un

* banning Muslims with an Executive Ordered in spite of  1)“terrorist-inspired” attacks come from homegrown violent extremists, 

2) screening and vetting procedures used since 9/11 merit suspension of entire categories of travelers, 

3) little has changed in violent action because of Trump's rants to blame Muslims for the violent action occurring in our society,

"I served as the Assistant Secretary of Homeland Security for Counter terrorism and Threat Prevention, and my job was to help keep Americans safe from terrorist attacks. My time in office coincided with a dramatic rise in white nationalist violence, but my colleagues and I couldn’t get the president to help address the problem. At the debate, America saw what I saw in the administration: President Trump refuses to distance himself from white nationalists. I realized after watching the White House response to the terrorist attack in El Paso that his rhetoric was a recruitment tool for violent extremist groups. The president bears some responsibility for the deaths of Americans at the hands of these violent extremists."

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Systemic Racism - Contact Legislators

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Let's voice our objection to systemic racism!I Sent this email to my senators. I urge you to cosponsor and support S. 4533, the Anti-Racism in Public Health Act of 2020, sponsored by Elizabeth…Continue

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Comment was by Mrs.B on December 2, 2020 at 2:56pm

New documents reveal Trump and Kushner are ‘major beneficiaries’ of pandemic loan program

Newly released documents show that businesses with addresses at properties owned by President Donald Trump and the family of son-in-law Jared Kushner raked in millions of dollars from a program intended to save American jobs during the novel coronavirus pandemic.

NBC News reports that businesses at properties owned by the Trump Organization or Kushner Companies received $3.65 million worth of loans from the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), which was passed by Congress earlier this year during the initial outbreak of COVID-19 in the United States.

One loan that is certain to raise eyebrows was a $2.2 million loan to the Triomphe Restaurant Corp., which is located at Trump Tower in New York and which subsequently closed without using the money to save a single job.

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In addition to that, NBC News found that “two tenants at 725 5th Avenue, Trump Tower, received more than $100,000 and kept only three jobs” and that “four tenants at the Kushner-owned 666 5th Avenue combined received more than $204,000, and retained only six jobs.”

On top of all that 15 of the businesses on Trump and Kushner properties that took loans reported saving one job or fewer, or didn’t even both reporting a jobs saved number..........................................

Comment was by Mrs.B on October 18, 2020 at 3:13am

With typing my words out, I can check it before hitting the button, & make changes if I want to.

Comment was by Onyango Makagutu on October 18, 2020 at 3:01am

It's like writing a letter. The space allows one to freely express themselves & think over what they want to say. This is so different from face to face conversation where facial expressions matter a lot

Comment was by Joan Denoo on October 18, 2020 at 2:59am

Mrs. B., I love your concept; it has a visual element to it as well as a visceral component. #TrumpSnailSnot. Good job!

I agree; your vocabulary is fine and communicates your thoughts and feelings. 

Comment was by Mrs.B on October 18, 2020 at 2:48am

Well I'm as boring as they come. I feel I can be more myself online for some reason, as the awkward discomfort is not there.

Comment was by Onyango Makagutu on October 18, 2020 at 2:45am

I, too, don't like crowds. People generally bore me too fast.

Comment was by Mrs.B on October 18, 2020 at 2:43am

Thank you, sir, but that's online. In person, I'd rather be the listening wallflower as I get tongue-tied, mess up words, & am very uncomfortable around most people. If I find myself among too many people, I'll be in a corner somewhere with a wall behind me. 

And....oddly many think, I don't like talking, female or not....hahahaha.

Comment was by Onyango Makagutu on October 18, 2020 at 2:34am

Pat, you can't say you are not a people person and from the first contact with you i found you so likeable and easy. And as for communication, you do so quite clearly and concisely. And as long as I am not writing an academic people, i will go for being understood and not necessarily proper grammar, grammar nazis be damned.

Comment was by Chris B on October 18, 2020 at 12:24am

You all write clear language, and I'm more focussed on your ideas than on spelling and punctuation. I worked as a sales girl until my health collapsed. Did a lot of reading and completed teacher training college when I was 34. Like Mrs. B, I don't fit in easily and benefit from internet contacts. 

Comment was by Stephen Brodie on October 17, 2020 at 5:08pm

Davy I feel as long as you can make yourself understood all's good. 

 

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