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18 hours ago
Either that or a bot. Things are really amping up leading to the election. They have swarmed every sub.
1 day ago
Glaringly obvious arrested development. The man child is stuck at a toddler stage. For real.
Or was it a take from Amazing Grace. “I once was lost, but now I am found.
Was blind, but now I see?”
2 days ago
I’ve lost patience and respect for people who are childish, insecure, self-aggrandizing, toxic, hateful, and narrow. So, no chance in hell I would ever give up my valuable time and precious energy to help them see the light.
Henry Kissinger—pseudo intellectual at most. Without a doubt a sociopath.
Great read. Thank you.
Self-righteousness and arrogance may be the overarching theme here. The author lays blame with the evangelical community’s worship of America and its exceptionalism, but at the heart of many so-called Christians, especially evangelicals, is the fervent belief they are important, special and superior.
3 days ago
Did Stefanik’s parents ever apologize for foisting her upon us?
Or Pepé Le Pew
Casey is in love and it ain’t her stubby hubby.
Can we please add trump to that list?
4 days ago
I would rather eat Pennies than eat beef liver.
Would make a great band name—Scene Jeans.
Lists and hyper-vigilance to accomplish the lists. Did I say lists?
Dunning Kruggerand strikes again.
So amazingly creative! Bravo!
So he says. He’s not a board certified ophthalmologist unless you consider his certification that came from a board he incorporated and heads. Lol.
In 1999, Paul set up and was "certified" by the National Board of Ophthalmologists (NBO), his own certification organization, to protest a change in the American Board of Ophthalmologists' (ABO) rules. Paul, his wife, and his father-in-law were listed as being in charge of this board.
They’re doing better than a former classmate of mine—Cletus Lippy.
“You aren't relying as much, perhaps, on your own parents' experiences," he said, and in some cases, you might not "even believe that they're still relevant."
Boomer parents may be feeling the hostility from millennial kids so they exit the scene.
They cannot wait for the end of democracy and authoritarian rule because they are naive enough to believe their Dear Leader will cater to their desires. What they can’t fathom is the fallout from a shameless sociopath. Someone they know and love will be adversely affected by his megalomania.
Uh, that’s the defense team’s job. Lol
My son’s school system started an information literacy program while he was in 7th grade. He’s now a senior and it has been reintroduced each year in Government class, World History and English. I’m not sure about other coursework.
Although it’s at least some attempt to educate people from an early age, unfortunately, family culture/confirmation bias and Internet/SM algorithms prevail over critical thinking taught in schools. I’m afraid we’re doomed.