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I don't really know a thing about "Brexit." It's not a topic I read about, so I don't know about any of the issues. But here's something I do know, that I've noticed in the last few days (just catching snippets of Democrat and leftist rhetoric in news on television)...

It's incredible how, to hear Democrats and leftists tell it, the "Brexit" was not voted on by popular referendum. Hillary Clinton's remarks in particular are incredibly stupid - like trying to pretend it's all Trump's fault or the fault of "the rich."

LOL! Her rhetoric is a joke. Trump didn't vote on Brexit. "The rich" in Britain voted - but as far as I know since it's anonymous voting, we have no idea which way "the rich" voted in the referendum - and it wouldn't matter anyway since it was a popular referendum and was voted on by any voter and any votes of the "the rich" would be swamped out.

Would someone please let the Democrats and leftists know how stupid this rhetoric is they're using, based on pretending the popular referendum never happened and doesn't exist.
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Though mammals adapted on land, a new study has shown that during three major independent evolutionary events, a number of mammals hearkened back to the sea.
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I know I've posted it before, but with the next census being a little over a month from now in August, I'm a little on edge.
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Mark 'No religion' on the 2016 Census
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Over 90 percent of mammal species were wiped out by the same asteroid that killed the dinosaurs in the Cretaceous period 66 million years ago, significantly more than previously thought, a new study concludes.
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Democrats use civil rights era tactics to curtain civil rights
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With the help of University of Alberta scientists, a newly described pterosaur has finally flown home. This spectacular fossil material was discovered in a private Lebanese limestone quarry more than a decade ago and has led to what UAlberta paleontologist Michael Caldwell calls “priceless scientific findings.”
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A European team of astronomers have used the new GRAVITY instrument at ESO's Very Large Telescope to obtain exciting observations of the center of the Milky Way by combining light from all four of the 8.2-meter Unit Telescopes for the first time. These results provide a taste of the groundbreaking science that GRAVITY will produce as it probes the extremely strong gravitational fields close to the central supermassive black hole and tests Einstei...
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How does constructing a replica of Noah’s Ark with modern technology contribute to the argument for the supposed truth of Young Earth Creationism?
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Astronomers have presented one of the most complete models of matter in the universe and predict hundreds of massive black hole mergers each year observable with the second generation of gravitational wave detectors.
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I've been programming computers since the 1970s starting as a hobby in high school, and since the 1980s professionally. I read lots of books and magazines, especially on science and science fiction. I really enjoy things like spending a nice summer day canoeing/kayaking down a river, but it's a rare time I get that kind of opportunity. I play pool - I used to play pool in a league in Eaton County, Michigan, but now just play once in a while, since I moved. I was born in Marshall, Michigan, but grew up in Texas, Oklahoma, and Oregon, and I've also lived in California and Georgia, as well as Michigan. Recently I've set my sights on Florida - specifically, the Miami metro area. I had wanted to move to Arizona, but I finally realized I wanted to be not just in a warmer climate in the winter, but also close to the ocean.
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Computer programming - data processing; automated processes (C#, C/C++, Perl); database design and coding (SQL).
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