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Actually, there's only one reason that he "doesn't recognize his country anymore" and posts poignant photos such as this one. It's lucrative.
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This song brings back warm memories of the 1980s, when things were much simpler. Reagan was President. Michael was still moonwalking. The Soviets were the "enemy". There was no internet. Cell phones were too heavy and costly to own. You listened to an album straight through from beginning to end. My biggest worry was getting home in time to watch Double Dare, Transformers, He-Man, and GI Joe. Why does life go by so fast? 
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Ain't that the truth
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This is where it all began ... Walt's big break.
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If more people understood basic microeconomics, politics would be far less crazy.
As we keep trying to point out to people there really isn't anything even remotely resembling a free lunch when it comes to the discussion of wages and labor. Meaning that just because well meaning liberals wave their magic wand and decree that wages will rise there will indeed be [...]
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Oh I get that +Nikki Charmaine I was asking in terms of "minimum wage jobs are going unfilled". That would seem to drive up those wages. Not that would make it any easier to live in SF - but to +Ed Towel's point, it's all basic economics. 

I'm originally from LA and I remember how a crappy apartment would go for a mint if it was in a good area. When my job moved, rents were cut in half. 
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Alas, I've also heard some permutation of this nonsense in my career.
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I guess my only point is that it is fiction. It's like people who point to HAL in 2001 as an argument that computers will think like humans someday. It's fiction.

If those who own the movie rights to Bond want to do this and they make money, who cares? For me, Bond will be Sean Connery because that's who it was when I was kid and gave a rat's ass about Bond. Roger Moore was awful but by then, so were "Bond movies".
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Straight out of the writer's room of "South Park".
 
How have these Missouri ladies bucked the political-correctness bandwagon? When one of their classmates declared himself a woman and demanded access to the girl’s locker room, they balked and they walked, staging a protest outside the school.

Lila Perry, the transgender teen, refused to get changed in a third locker room, instead insisting that he be allowed to undress and be witness to the undressing of individuals of the opposite biological sex. Perry told a local news station at a counter-protest, “There’s a lot of ignorance. They are claiming that they’re uncomfortable. I don’t believe for a second that they are. I think this is pure and simple bigotry.” I’m fairly certain this kind of response isn’t in “How to Make Friends and Influence People.”
The 150 Missouri girls who walked out of their locker room when a young man barged in, insisting he’s a woman, deserve admiration, not man-splaining.
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As someone else posted elsewhere, I wish I had thought of this back in the day - what a great way to get into the girls locker room. Dang! 

It ... might ... work!
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This past week, I spoke to two of my friends in uniform. It was a cold reminder that many have no idea the personal sacrifices that some make while in the service of their country.
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Oh, I had two like this in the commercial and government sectors. They were both eventually fired when their teams revolted.
 
SAN JOSE, CA—Marveling at the ease and deftness with which he communicates the two messages simultaneously, employees at local advertising firm Wavelength Solutions told reporters Tuesday that their supervisor Eric Crowell has a unique ability to seamlessly blend constructive criticism with cutting personal attacks.
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