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From Joe.My.God.
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Yeah, let's follow up questions about your temperament and how you treat women by bringing your decade-long multimedia feud with Rosie O'Donnell. That'll win female votes!
"Rosie O'Donnell, I said very tough things to her, and I think everybody would agree that she deserves it and nobody feels sorry for her," the Republican nominee said during the first presidential debate.
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+Tony Morton sorry but that's when I started to dislike her.
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Psychopaths don't understand things like shame. 
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Only 30 seconds? I guess they are saving the 1, 5, and 30 minute versions for later.
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interesting tidbit

the last paragraph:
In recent weeks, Trump's campaign has tried to improve his standing with women, attempts that include the "Trump-Pence Women's Empowerment Tour" and a late-in-the-game maternity leave plan that contradicts his past positions

i'm sorry...
women's empowerment tour?
WET?

REALLY?!?!?
WET?!?!?

not that i ever could before but i ABSOLUTELY CANNOT
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The 2016 election in a nutshell.
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Trump didn't understand a word she was saying!
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Another day, another Trump lie.
 
FTA: «Trump was asked directly by Full Measure host Sharyl Atkinson if he was "confident that the Trump Foundation has followed all charitable rules and laws," and he demurred, insisting that his attorneys have control over the operation.
 
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The Foundation, however, lists only five officers on its IRS forms, and no attorney. Those officers include Trump, his three eldest children, and a treasurer, Alan Weisselberg, who also serves as CFO of the Trump Organization.»
 
They'll still blame some overzealous staffer or an "honest" mistake and get away with it.
When asked Sunday if he was 'confident that the Trump Foundation has followed all charitable rules and laws,' Trump responded, 'I hope so.'
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But... but... job creator!
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+Tommy Standlee That's about as ignorant as you can get. A vote for Stein is a vote for Trump - Stein will not win a single state and she's blatantly dishonest like all other politicians. You very obviously do not understand the seriousness, and immediacy, of the threat to the world via man made global warming. Clinton is the only one who has any chance of bringing about the necessary changes in the US to meet their responsibilities in this matter. A vote for anyone other than Clinton - regardless of how bad she may be (most of what you believe is undoubtedly GOP propaganda from the last 30 years) is the only possible moral choice. So I guess that just makes you as immoral as Trump is if you aren't going to vote for her.

or as an acquaintance of mine recently posted regarding last night's debate

It was a tossup because a couple percent of the populous are former Bernie Sanders supporters with so much butt hurt that they will not vote for Clinton and may even vote for Trump, not because they like Trump, but because they want to punish the rest of us by supporting Trump since they did not get their way. A few percent of the votes are Special Snowflakes who know that the only way to advance civilization is if they vote for a candidate that can’t win in a single state and that no one will remember exists in two years, even if that mans Ralphing the election. It was a tossup because the worse Trump preforms the more his Deplorables love him, and the more likely they are to go out and vote.
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HEMPSTEAD, NY—Saying he would probably introduce the falsehood in his opening statement or perhaps during his response to the night’s first question, Republican nominee Donald Trump reported Monday he was planning to throw out a blatant lie about the level of crime committed by immigrants early in the first presidential debate to gauge how much he’d be allowed to get away with.
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Dammit The Onion. There you go reporting reality again.
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No changes to the formula, no breakthroughs, just greed. They can't claim that they are recouping any costs of developing the drug because it's been around for decades. Just greed and exploiting our broken healthcare system.
In less than 18 months, cream that may not work went from $241 to $9,561.
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Sounds like the tl;dr for these companies is often coming down to "Pharma companies are assholes." :P
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Good, although I doubt it will change the culture at Dollar General however. They'll just refuse to hire diabetics.
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It ends with gas chambers and then hopefully some outside force ends your twisted regime.
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Ah, you're in the Bay Area, +Roy Watts. That is helpful to know. (What you're experiencing is more extreme there than it is in most of the US.) I think what you're getting at is also known as "political correctness" and I agree with you that it is often taken to an extreme, used as a weapon in the same way that religious intolerance is. And I agree with you that anything that stifles rational thought and discussion is harmful, whether it comes from the left or the right. Ironically, charges of "political correctness", used by those on the right, have become, in some places and in some circles, as damning a weapon as the political correctness itself -- a kind of meta political correctness (as in, it is politically incorrect to come across as politically correct) that, just like the political correctness it purports to criticize, is used to stifle thought and discussion.
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I have been doing web development since 1995. It was mostly a steam-powered, punch-card-controlled affair back then.
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Learned one dead language, an archaic form of another and bits of pieces of two modern ones. Forgot them all, then taught myself Perl, HTML, JavaScript & CSS and now Selenium & jQuery. Co-inventor of Tellurium (http://te52.com) and the PBehave testing language. Nothing I post should be considered to be the views or opinions of anyone else or even myself because sometimes I post stuff just for the lulz.
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    Classical Languages and Literature, 1991 - 1995
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