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Name: Rick
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Hometown: Kansas
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Member since: Sat Apr 15, 2017, 11:57 AM
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And I got a performer recumbent this last summer.

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Are the democrats satisfied with their base..

Or are they going to try and capture some of stumpys?


Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Kamala Harris focused directly on Trump's character on the second day of her campaign, during a CNN town hall event in Iowa on Monday.
"It's very important that anyone who presents themselves as a leader and wants to be a leader will speak like a leader," Harris said, not mentioning the President by name but leaving no doubt about her target.

"That means speaking with integrity. It means speaking truth. It means speaking in a way that expresses and indicates some level of interest and concern to people other than oneself. And so, right there we will see a great contrast."

Will it take less emphasis on honesty and integrity, which cheetozs followers ignore anyway?
Would democrat runners be willing to tell the 30%ers what they want to hear?

Medicare for dentists...

Had a root canal done yesterday...1300$ just for that...
Now I will have to pay another 1200$ for the crown..

Made the comment to the front desk personnel that dentists
need to accept medicare for their clients....

They were not amused..

Scum kohack still a drain on kansaas taxpayers..

Little turd. After all the b.s. he put voters through..He should be taking classes through a prison rehabilitation program.


Former Secretary of State Kris Kobach used state funds to pay for continuing law education ordered by a federal court judge for his performance in a voter rights trial last year.

Kobach notified the court last week he had completed a six-hour course on civil trial basics through the National Business Institute.

Katie Koupal, spokeswoman for the secretary of state’s office, confirmed Kobach made the $359 payment for the audio version of the class through the office.

Previously, Kobach paid a $1,000 fine for misleading the federal court with a state-issued card left behind by an employee who was deployed to Ukraine with the Oklahoma Army National Guard.

Both instances stem from litigation over a state law that required new voters to show a birth certificate or other proof of citizenship when registering to vote. The American Civil Liberties Union challenged the law, which was argued at trial last year, and Judge Julie Robinson ruled the requirement unconstitutional.

Robinson also said Kobach’s late efforts to introduce new evidence showed a pattern of “flaunting disclosure and discovery rules that are designed to prevent prejudice and surprise at trial.” She ordered coursework as a sanction.

The secretary of state’s office also is responsible, pending appeal, for paying $26,000 in ACLU legal fees after Kobach was found in contempt of court for failing to comply with Robinson’s orders.

Question about the info wars channel...

Who is the young punk that rants like a dog? Not alex..

Analizing the game....for $$$

Not much of a gambler myself....With all the online gambling activity, it seems to have really progressed, as
far as what is available to make predictions...


On Saturday, the Kansas City Chiefs will attempt to accomplish a feat they've never pulled off in their long and illustrious history: Defeat the Indianapolis Colts in the postseason. They will get their chance at 4:35 p.m. ET at Arrowhead Stadium in the first game of the NFL divisional round schedule. The Chiefs are 0-4 versus Indy in the playoffs, with their last meeting in 2014 culminating in a stunning 45-44 loss as the Colts rallied from 28 points down in the second half. But the Chiefs have a new attitude, and the AFC's top seed. Kansas City is a 5.5-point home favorite, while the over-under is at 56 in the latest Chiefs vs. Colts odds. Before you make any Chiefs vs. Colts picks and NFL playoff predictions, check out what the SportsLine Projection Model has to say.

The advanced computer model simulates every NFL game 10,000 times, and those who have followed it have seen massive returns. SportsLine's proprietary computer model went 176-80 last season and beat over 95 percent of CBS Office Pool players in 2016 and '17. It also performed better than 98 percent of experts tracked by NFLPickWatch.com during that span. Additionally, it went 48-34 on A-rated picks against the spread last season, and $100 bettors who followed it the past two seasons are up nearly $4,000.

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