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Friday, December 02, 2016

It has been said that, during the months leading up to October, Hillary had her head bowed, her arms bent and pulled in, and back curved. In such a position, it would have been incredible to think of voting for this person...but almost 70 years can make you think. read more


Friday, November 18, 2016

Voter fraud is so rare, so unique, that it doesn't happen. Voter registration fraud - sure, but not voting.
We don't need laws to ensure voting is legally done, right? I mean, it's probably so miniscule, that it wouldn't affect the outcome of any race... read more


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Proof discovered that the Donald had the same symptons as Hillary just a year before she did. Further research needed, but it appears many people have had their head bowed, their limbs turned inward, and back curved in the heated elements.

www.cnn.com

Good parts should be kept. Bad parts should either be made better, or if cannot be fixed- removed.

Went to the class reunion.

Of over 1000 graduates, easily half are in the same tax bracket as their parents.
I'm betting about 200 are above their parents tax bracket and about 30 are earning easily 250k or more.
Another 200 are below their own parents' bracket.

Difference?

The same or less crowd got drunk that night. It's a common weekend thing. I've seen it for decades.
They don't have a lot of money, but enough to drink. and smoke. and whatever.

Didn't hear too many complain. It's life and they live it. They are mostly happy, or it is a good disguise.

Those that improved their lives were the top students in the school and became doctors, engineers, construction companies, entrepeneurs, etc. They worked harder than everyone else in school then and are outperforming them now. I know many as I'm with them. A lot of work and no play. Work and school at the same time, double jobs after college to pay the loans and get started.

Difference at graduation - not income, we didn't have any. We all lived within walking distance of the school as they were neighborhood schools. The housing was the same around the schools. No one financially was above the others.

When I look at the even playing field from my past, the choices made the difference. Bad choices had bad outcomes. Good choices had good outcomes.

One memory stands out. One kid, a real dull person. Took home every text book, work book, and copy book every day. He studied and had straight A's. Had no life. He couldn't come out and play. He's the richest in the class.

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