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    Re: National, Regional and Local News

    I've been aware of these places for a fair number of years. As weird as it sounds, these virtual ER's are a lot better than not having anybody at all. And the people on site (the nursing staff,...
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    Re: A Chronicle of our Descent to Hades

    The opinion of a 13-year veteran: The fact that this man did this OVER the wishes of the system of military justice is completely wrong and unforgivable. If someone wants to re-visit their...
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    Re: World News Random, Random

    Ponchi may have another way to put this in clearer English, but try "Shooting rifles will not shut up the people" or, even looser, "Your guns won't shut up our protesting."

    Something like that. ...
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    Re: Politics Random Random

    Right, "She LIED". Given the complete culture of lying that is this administration, why wouldn't applicants for those positions start lying profusely on applications? This woman more or less made...
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    Re: Weird Popup

    We have an Apple with Safari and are not having the problem at all. GH
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    Sticky: Re: Tennis Players Random, Random

    For me, that whole look for Cori Gauff is wrong...she easily looks 30 or older in that photo. The dress and make-up seem intended to make her look much older. Let her be a teen!! GH
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    Re: Weird Popup

    We have Safari, and I have not had a single problem with the pop-ups. Like everyone, I can't "like" or "agree" now, but I'm assuming that is gone until this is fixed. GH
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    Re: World News Random, Random

    How convenient that he "fell from his balcony". Given that Russia had been accusing him of being a spy, I'd give that about a 0% chance of having been either an accident or suicide.

    GH
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    Re: National, Regional and Local News

    It IS a massive HIPAA violation. As a physician, I would have gotten into huge trouble if I had told you what someone's blood pressure was at their recent visit. This only goes many orders of...
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    Re: World News Random, Random

    Suliso, That was fascinating.....Obviously, the most remarkable thing was watching Venezuela, firmly in first place to begin with, then, especially in the last 5 years, plummeting such that...
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    Re: World News Random, Random

    Thanks to Drop. Your opinion is massively important to me on that subject. Drop, any comment on what Suliso said?

    GH
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    Re: World News Random, Random

    Drop, I'd love your opinion on something, and I think others would find it interesting. This is the question:

    What are the three most stable countries in South America (if you can come up with...
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    Re: Politics Random Random

    It really galls me that what skatingfan said is probably true. GH
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    Re: Techno-babble Random Random

    Actually, a child can be Rh- and have two Rh+ parents. Remember Rh+ is dominant, so each parent could carry one Rh- gene. The reverse is not possible. Two Rh- parents could not have an Rh+ child. ...
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    My opinion.....Ponchi's last 2 sentences. GH
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    Re: Politics Random Random

    As a veteran, that fifth paragraph made me sick.....my intractable vomiting was about to kick in. GH
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    Re: The Broadway/Theater Thread

    By the way, over a lot of years when I was working, I had to make numerous trips to DC for work-related meetings. Whenever possible, I included a trip to Signature Theatre. This included many...
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    Re: The Road to...The Senate

    By the way, after the vote yesterday in the House, where every Republican who voted stayed right in line with the Party, I now see a 0.0000% chance (rounded to the nearest 0.0001%) that the Senate...
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    Re: A Chronicle of our Descent to Hades

    Dry, You know I love you. But to be brutally honest.....what the Republican a--holes do to affect the results on Dancing with the Stars is absolutely of no importance to me. With the way they are...
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    Re: The Run to the WH

    Good one, Dry. One of the groups of people I routinely blame for the mess we are in are the people who didn't bother to vote in 2016. This country still has an alarmingly low percentage of eligible...
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    Re: National, Regional and Local News

    Having spent some time in West Virginia (admittedly a big chunk of it deep in the woods) on a couple of occasions this year, WV seems to be in even more trouble than usual. The people seem poorer...
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    Sticky: Re: Tennis Players Random, Random

    Makarova...That looks like some weird take-off on a Girl Scout uniform.

    GH
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    Sticky: Re: Tennis Random, Random 2.0

    When I was in the Air Force, SOS, or "shit on a shingle" was a bit more specific than just bread and gravy. It was specifically chipped beef in gravy over toast. It is actually quite tasty, and it...
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    Re: Match of the Year 2019

    Thanks, Megan. Off topic...Just minutes ago, I turned in a paper about the play Don Álvaro o la fuerza del sino by Rivas. I'm sure others of you find this concept frustrating: The differences in...
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    Re: Match of the Year 2019

    I'm with Ponchi on the men's match of the year......the stakes, the history, the legacy of the 2 participants, going to an extended 5th set with a tie-break. I agree on "kind of hard...to go...
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