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LugNuts [S] 1 point ago

Probably contract, but also because watching his activities from now until then can be very revealing.

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LugNuts [S] 7 points ago

I agree, but after this latest bio-economic attack, it is clear the DNC is not in control, they are controlled.

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LugNuts [S] 2 points ago

Those are by 3M, they have a breathing valve to reduce condensation.

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LugNuts [S] 1 point ago

Far from it brother. Far from it.

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LugNuts [S] 3 points ago

Hoss, you're on the internet. "Internet Protocol address" . Everyone has your IP, your router, your ISP, your proxy, every web page you visit, the NSA, China...

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LugNuts [S] 1 point ago

So you agree, she needed attention. Displaying the note publicly only strengthened the reward for the person who placed it there. She was affected, they win, they got under her skin. She got herself excluded (just from the seat rotation, not a big deal), but this series of events makes her and her fans look petty.

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LugNuts [S] 1 point ago

Correct. I didn't say there was anything unethical or wrong, but she is driven by attention. So, people like that tend to do crazy shit to get it.

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LugNuts [S] 2 points ago

This is so horribly done, it is perfect. The Pug.. why the pug!?

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LugNuts [S] 9 points ago

I think it's a good move now - the first time they wasted everyone's attention, they were able to prevent America from noticing the Wuhan problem. If they do it now, Americans may stop pretending the Wuhan is gonna get them, so they can go back to work and the economy will recover faster.

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LugNuts [S] 1 point ago

I was referring to the printed note on her desk. If it wasn't for attention, why did she post it on social media? If she didn't need attention, why did she post her letter response? To show she's being harassed and fighting back? No, she did it for attention.

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