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Five_Star_Amenities 2 points ago +2 / -0

Pamela is like, "No, Joe. No, don't go there, Joe." With a big fake grin on her face the whole time.

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Five_Star_Amenities 1 point ago +3 / -2

It was called "Alive" and you evidently didn't read it.

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Five_Star_Amenities 3 points ago +3 / -0

Please for the sake of our nation. Please examine every single instance of election fraud, ballot mishandling, vote manipulation, and poll worker impropriety so that no other election in this country has to go through such a cloud of doubt and distrust again.

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Five_Star_Amenities 137 points ago +138 / -1

He meant: We prepared a year for this. We have it all. Don't lose faith.

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Five_Star_Amenities 4 points ago +4 / -0

I agree that carrying it in uncovered tubs like that is extremely irregular, typically the rural carriers have a van or a pick-up topper to protect the mail from weather and wind. This picture shows an alarming disregard for the mail (which postal carriers - at least in my neck of the woods - take very seriously). I didn't mean to get all confrontational, I'm just having trouble wrapping my head around Sidney making a blanket statement like "it's illegal to carry mail in a privately-owned vehicle". (paraphrased)

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Five_Star_Amenities 5 points ago +5 / -0

Stay the course. Let the legal challenges play out. The electoral college doesn't even vote until Dec. 14th. If the time comes that we need to take up arms and hit the streets, we'll know it. That time is not now.

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Five_Star_Amenities 1 point ago +1 / -0

Right. But posting the same parlor post over and over doesn't help clarify the question. It's not against the law to transport federal mail in a privately owned vehicle.

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Five_Star_Amenities 13 points ago +13 / -0 (edited)

Rural mail carriers, contract carriers, even rural postmasters who carried mail to another office when it was misdelivered...we carry mail in privately owned vehicles every single day.

Edit: okay, I realized that all of us who were transporting mail in privately-owned vehicles were authorized to do so by virtue of contract or employment, and this might be the distinguishing factor

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Five_Star_Amenities 4 points ago +5 / -1 (edited)

Whoa. Wait. Postal contractors use their own (privately-owned) vehicles to transport mail every single day. Did Sidney really assert that this is a crime? Transportation of Federal Mail in a privately-owned vehicle is not against the law. Is there more context to this comment that I'm not seeing?

Edit: all of us who were transporting mail in privately-owned vehicles were authorized to do so by virtue of contract or employment, and this might be the distinguishing factor. I don't know how you discern that this truck is not authorized to carry mail, but carrying it in open tubs like that is highly irregular.

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Five_Star_Amenities 3 points ago +3 / -0

Thank you for sharing this story, Pede. I found it a mite difficult to follow, but you won me over with the, "Never trust communists" at the end.

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Five_Star_Amenities 10 points ago +15 / -5

You all need to simmer down NOW. We're all keyed up and wondering what's going to happen, but we need to relax and wait. Get your gear ready, take care of business at home and stand by until we get a signal to move.

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Five_Star_Amenities 2 points ago +2 / -0

S'okay. Relax and don't get hung up on the small stuff. Everyone is tense right now cause we don't know if we're gonna have to gear up and rally soon.

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Five_Star_Amenities 2 points ago +2 / -0

"Drapes? You mean draperies. Drape is a verb, the noun is drapery."

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Five_Star_Amenities 2 points ago +2 / -0

"A story doesn't have to be true to be believed, it just has to be told." ~ Janey Springs

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Five_Star_Amenities 2 points ago +2 / -0

Get some sleep and have another go at it tomorrow. Our President has gone through what you're feeling every single day for almost 5 years now. Go out and do what you can, then come back here, rest among friends and recharge your batteries.

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Five_Star_Amenities 1 point ago +1 / -0

Ooh! I've got an idea for relief for small business owners. LET THEM OPEN UP AND DO BUSINESS! Let the customers decide if they feel safe shopping there. Let the businesses that want to require masks require masks. Let the people decide where they want to shop.

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Five_Star_Amenities 2 points ago +2 / -0

On Farcebook (before you start in...someone has to go there. Someone has to spread the truth from here to the normies) they cheered when Joe was declared president-elect then called for "healing and unity" and then immediately went to "favorite pie for the holidays" and "25 stunning holiday decorating ideas". No one has any idea of the election fraud allegations. Naturally, they think I'm a "conspiracy theorist" who can't "grow up and accept that my candidate lost." They will hop up and down when Trump is sworn in and shriek that he "stole" the election.

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Five_Star_Amenities 1 point ago +1 / -0

My dogs asked my why I didn't run for President. I had to explain the whole political situation to them. They got bored and wanted to go bark at squirrels.

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Five_Star_Amenities 3 points ago +3 / -0

"I got hairy legs that turn blonde in the sun and the kids used to reach in the pool and rub my leg down and watch the hair come back up again"

Like, what do you do with that?

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Five_Star_Amenities 1 point ago +1 / -0

The coffee is not black.

The Irish Coffee I drink every morning with breakfast looks just like that.

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Five_Star_Amenities 2 points ago +2 / -0

Someone may have said this already. If your niece was scared of you, and it 's not because of something you're done...it's because of what her parents have said about you.

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