Richard
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1/17/20
10:20 AM
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So, how do you fit a California King mattress on a Full / Double bed? And in a place where you only have room for a Twin?

1/17/20
8:55 AM
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I’m curious. Being a white male, is it OK for me to support the ERA? I am of the opinion that not only is it basic fairness, the fact is that humanity needs all the help it can get to solve our problems, and it makes no sense to keep half the human race out of the discussion.

1/15/20
10:02 AM
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I’ve not been paying attention to the Great Oreo Flavor Whatever, because I have more important things to do. Read more

1/14/20
10:04 AM
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“Laughing All The Way To The Bank”: Sandler gets a Hollywood studio to pay for a vacation for himself and his actor / comedian friends, as long as he films it and sends them the resulting ‘home movies’ to be edited into a feature film.

1/14/20
9:57 AM
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Or, just do an “Are You Registered?” drive before / in addition to the usual “Get Out The Vote” drives.

1/13/20
10:46 AM
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The 60 Minutes piece on flooding in Venice did a better job.

1/10/20
11:12 AM
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They don’t make TV theme songs like that anymore.

1/3/20
10:20 AM
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There are so many issues being bundled into this. Are we talking about staffing and management? Fundraising and donor influence? Accessibility? While there are a few connections between them, seems to me that the solutions to any problems will be independent of each other. I can’t see bundling a an improvement of Read more

1/2/20
8:52 AM
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In order to get the pedants to shut up about “the decade doesn’t start until next year”, we should just remind them that it’s all an arbitrary designation anyway. Or we can collectively declare that because there was no “Year Zero”, the first decade had only nine years.

12/31/19
10:41 AM
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Not a single one of these things fulfills a need that can be met by something much, much cheaper.

12/23/19
10:14 AM
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“And there’s not much to do at this point but stand by and hope for the best.” Read more

12/21/19
12:19 PM
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I liked two things about it. First, there’s a bit of background on how Scrooge became “Scrooge”. Shy, introverted, ignored by his family....he did not make friends easily, if at all. And secondly, Scott plays the “reformed” Scrooge with a touch of restraint. At times, he seems almost ashamed of himself and his former Read more