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The lady doth protest too much, methinks.

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The cop played 1-D chess against the software, which was playing 1-D checkers.

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I find "/s" has become mandatory, else you get reddited to oblivion.

erm..../s

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Instructions unclear, tempted to downvote to give me clarity.

..,

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/s

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Totally agree.

The circular paradox is that if he (they) weren't "rich" (from an access to capital standpoint), they wouldn't have been able to commit such felonies, which they can defend and absorb...because they're "rich".

ad infinitum

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"How does a Republic institute a parliament?"

-- GOP Think Tank (Project 2025)

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Serious ask.

The article often cites the filing, and it appears to always refer to the adjudicated rapist and convicted felon as "President Trump".

Is that a legal name for the treasonous lying coward?

ETA: I'm curious because, using a passport application as example, I couldn't call myself Dictator Madasshatter, unless Dictator was a legal title, ie, part of my legal name.

So, in a legal filing, can you refer to someone however you want?

GOP-endorsed U.S. Senate candidate mistakes drinking fountains for crime in map mix-up ( minnesotareformer.com )

On Tuesday evening Royce White, the Minnesota GOP-endorsed candidate to challenge U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar, posted a map to Twitter, now X, with the following caption: “Crime in Minneapolis…Out of control. Come on now. Refund the police! #Godspeed”...

Women in refrigerators ( en.wikipedia.org )

Women in refrigerators is a literary trope coined by Gail Simone in 1999 describing a trend in fiction which involves female characters facing disproportionate harm, such as death, maiming, or assault, to serve as plot devices to motivate male characters, an event colloquially known as "fridging" (originating from the gruesome...

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ngl, I'm 25 years behind on this trope - left out of the cold.

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He can line up behind Kevin McCarthy, Jim Jordan, Scott Perry, Andy Biggs and Mo Brooks .

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I already read it and he's exonerated.

-- Billy Barr

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There isn't even a cultural rationale for the slaughter.

Such a shame for what is generally known as a "green" country.

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This butch example actually begs the question.

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There's no way Trump's on the list.

Nope.

Uh uh.

Negatory, Pigpen.

No way, José.

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It'll always sound like something to do with forests and trees to me. Don't know why.

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Y'know, I actually learned some Latin as an altar boy and took it as a high school course for two years.

Plus 10 years of school French.

So, I believe you've got something there, thanks!

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"L-L-Leopards are eating my face!!"

-- Nancy Mace

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Do Madison and Gaetz share foreheads along with teens?

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Clinton was black?

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Because Trump said it was the flu and the pandemic wasn't happening in USA.

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