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Philo Beddoe

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  1. Joy Reid said some pretty nasty stuff about gay people. ETA. I think Carlson is a DB and am not defending him.
  2. I live in Massachusetts. Hillary got 70+% of the vote here so what difference does it make?
  3. There will be additional leaks like her hiring docs at Harvard or other documents with her signature that will sink her. On signing Texas State Bar registration as American Indian, Warren says “during this time period, this is consistent with what I did”
  4. Warren can't beat him. She wont be the pick though so it doesn't really matter.
  5. Doesn't hurt :-). We have been fortunate and have been able to acquire a couple of rental properties so that helps as well.
  6. I have been working 4-5 hours a day Monday through Thursday for the past couple years and I will never go back to the grind. Prior, I was mid-management for 12 years working 60-70 hour weeks with long commutes and I got burned out. I'm 45 and fortunate enough that my wife does well enough for me to take a significant pay cut. She works from home as well but travels frequently and enjoys it. Regarding the shower question, typically every other day :-). Haven't shaved in 2 weeks.
  7. Warren is done. She lost the Boston Globe and, WAPO is reporting that Mindy Myers is talking to Beto. WAPO
  8. I have been supporting @Joe Bryant since cheatsheets.net. National Politics don’t really interest me all that much. I’m more in-tuned to local, regional and state politics. There were a lot of falsehoods posted in the Warren thread and since my flight was delayed, I decided to jump in. Huge mistake. Why is it hard to believe that this site has a lot of lurkers?
  9. It’s really easy to get defensive if you dare challenge the group think in this place. The Warren thread is evident of that. I posted a single question and was bombarded with 60 replies over a 2 hour period. I was called a birther, liar, trumper, troll, alias etc. I tried to back up everything with legit facts but was still ridiculed. It’s ironic that one of the guys in this very thread called me an alias and told another poster to block me. Enjoy your echo chamber. I’m out.
  10. Current Affairs Pick someone better or we are getting 4 more years of Trump. Republicans do not hold a monopoly on crap bag politicians. “… I have liked Elizabeth Warren for a long time, but this is a massive political liability. She is wrong on this, she doesn’t seem to know she is wrong, she refuses to apologize, and she continues to make it worse. I don’t know why, instead of suggesting that this is a baseless smear, she can’t just say clearly and definitively that she shouldn’t have spent years publicly touting her Native ancestry. This stupid issue would dominate any contest with Donald Trump. It would never end. It would prevent us from ever actually discussing any serious issues. It would be like the ####### email scandal all over again. And Warren has shown that she would handle it badly. At this point, I do not see how she can be a serious presidential contender.”
  11. It wasn’t a promotion? She posted it to her website as some sort of proof that it didn’t influence Harvard’s decision. And, you story is not dissimilar to a lot of folks, including me. Difference is I didn’t use it to rig the system.
  12. This is the Warren thread. I didn’t vote for Trump and thought Kavanaugh should have been disqualified. She said she didn’t know Harvard was promoting her as a Native American. Even though, (which you pointed out) she signed the status change so, she clearly knew.
  13. @Henry Ford “US Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren has said she was unaware that Harvard Law School had been promoting her purported Native American heritage until she read about it in a newspaper several weeks ago. But for at least six straight years during Warren’s tenure, Harvard University reported in federally mandated diversity statistics that it had a Native American woman in its senior ranks at the law school. According to both Harvard officials and federal guidelines, those statistics are almost always based on the way employees describe themselves.” From the BostonGlobe sorry on my phone tough to keep up with 50 replies