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jdshock
jdshock
Joined: November 2nd, 2012
Location: STL
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  • jdshock
    replied to USD259 Salaries
    Certainly a debate that I see both sides of, but I have noticed one consideration that basically never comes up in these kinds of conversations: teachers,...
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  • jdshock
    commented on 's reply to Trump
    It's like we take one step forward and two back. I thought we had already gotten over the fact that the underlying facts were "unverified" since...
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  • jdshock
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    "Comey said it wasn't." When? If you're going to make allegations like that, please provide a source. Comey may have said the underlying facts...
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  • jdshock
    commented on 's reply to Trump
    "There is a HUGE difference between verifying something is 100% true and a basic understanding of who the source is, who paid for the information,...
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  • jdshock
    replied to Trump
    I'm breaking this out of the comments because I think it's an important concept and a lot of people are misunderstanding this:

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  • jdshock
    commented on 's reply to Trump
    By the way, what is your exact quote from Comey admitting that the FBI didn't follow procedure?

    Comey said "The notion that FISA was...
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  • jdshock
    replied to Trump
    I've said it over, and over, and over again. Seriously, it's in so many of my posts around here. Around 2 out of every 1,000 applications for FISA warrants...
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  • jdshock
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    But "liberals" don't run the Mueller investigation. It's asinine to say the investigation is a witch hunt when you're saying liberals are getting...
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  • jdshock
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    This is the type of thinking that I wish people would get past. This is what Trump wants you to think. Trump and his minions keep spreading this "witch...
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  • Not that I'm too worked up one way or the other on this, but anger is almost certainly not the right word. I'm not sure anyone here is expecting WV to...
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    Remarkable....
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  • jdshock
    replied to Trump
    Trump had a handful of pretty good tweets today, but these stuck out to me:

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  • Again, to be clear, you're arguing about a cost that is higher than solar and wind that doesn't need backed up. If wind and solar is substantially cheaper...
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    replied to Wichita Eagle for $20/year
    Look at Mr. Moneybags over here with the 37-steps-long driveway....
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  • The Chernobyl exclusion zone is 1,000 sq. miles. Maybe that's not a huge swath of land, but it's roughly the size of Rhode Island. I dunno.
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  • ShockTalk - It's definitely one of the stumbling blocks. The second you mention global warming, people line up on their partisan lines thinking it's a...
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  • I mean, I feel like this is becoming kind of a strange pissing match here, but you can certainly have cognitive dissonance with a false belief. I'm just...
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  • Nuclear isn't happening. Relatively low levels of deaths, but huge swaths of land that are still unusable today. It's a boogeyman. I just don't think...
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  • Did you stop reading at that sentence you quoted? I said that it is not at risk of running out. I'm not out here advocating any of these arguments. I'm...
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  • Imprecise, but I mean it in the sense that it's nonrenewable. Probably not many dinosaurs turning into uranium.
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