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    Quote Originally Posted by ga-hvac-tech View Post
    Definitely 2 peas in a pod...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Bill View Post
    You have my Blessings, go ahead. You could even make this a last in a lifetime event, you might even invite Corny.
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    Definitely 2 peas in a pod...
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    Yeah... just imagine what would happen if he invited a few more of the stubborn ones (all liberals of course)... all in the same room...

    Hmmm... not at my home...

    GA has a $Washington that says even though they all claim to be progressive liberals...
    They would find something to argue about...


    More pot stirring than differences of opinion...
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    Corn, you need to follow the directions I gave you. I'm sure they can help your mental state.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scoobie View Post
    The country usually rallys around the president during a crisis. Trump stumbled early. Pretty much said its no big deal. Then came around to realizing it was a big deal and even looked like he was going to lead in a positive way.

    Then the last few days he has just lost it. He is great at blaming others for things not going well. Have any of you worked on a large construction project that gets messed up? I have and the big bully style of leadership dont work.
    MsM is the huge contributing factor to TDS, which seems to be always in play. It's objectives seem to be to stir up the Liberal masses and keep TDS strong, in which they have mostly succeeded. That said, Trump's usual defensiveness is in play too, which doesn't help matters.

    The fact is that the modern world hasn't faced a crisis like we are experiencing now. And, while Trump has issues and flaws, I'm ecstatic that it's him in charge rather than any of the Dem idiots presently on capital hill.

    I'm just as ecstatic that it's not me at the helm. Or any of you guys.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vin lashon View Post
    MsM is the huge contributing factor to TDS, which seems to be always in play. It's objectives seem to be to stir up the Liberal masses and keep TDS strong, in which they have mostly succeeded. That said, Trump's usual defensiveness is in play too, which doesn't help matters.

    The fact is that the modern world hasn't faced a crisis like we are experiencing now. And, while Trump has issues and flaws, I'm ecstatic that it's him in charge rather than any of the Dem idiots presently on capital hill.

    I'm just as ecstatic that it's not me at the helm. Or any of you guys.

    I am too old for that level of stress...
    Now if I had lived in it all my life... maybe it would be fun to fix the country.

    What needs to be done, IMO...
    Is for each person to turn the TV OFF...
    Get out (social distancing)...
    And learn to live life without the endless input of folks whose agenda may or may not be in your best interest...

    Currently, the MsM has a lower rating that Congress... both of which are in single digit approval...
    Why ANYONE listens to them... is a mystery to me...


    Unless being part of the crowd (herd mentality) is more important than thinking...
    Or the fear of not being part of the herd is too much for some folks...

    Hmmm... herds...
    Seem to remember a story in the Bible... of a herd of pigs that ran off a cliff into a body of water and drowned...
    Yall herd guys think it would be smart to run with that herd???
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    Quote Originally Posted by vin lashon View Post
    MsM is the huge contributing factor to TDS, which seems to be always in play. It's objectives seem to be to stir up the Liberal masses and keep TDS strong, in which they have mostly succeeded. That said, Trump's usual defensiveness is in play too, which doesn't help matters.

    The fact is that the modern world hasn't faced a crisis like we are experiencing now. And, while Trump has issues and flaws, I'm ecstatic that it's him in charge rather than any of the Dem idiots presently on capital hill.

    I'm just as ecstatic that it's not me at the helm. Or any of you guys.
    Its going to be okay. Not that deadly a virus. Its a crisis but not the biggest ever.

    I was really thinking DT was looking presidential a week or so ago. When he started hammering the GM president and then going on about ignoring governors who dont suck up to him....Dang it man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scoobie View Post
    It’s going to be okay. Not that deadly a virus. It’s a crisis but not the biggest ever.

    I was really thinking DT was looking presidential a week or so ago. When he started hammering the GM president and then going on about ignoring governors who don’t suck up to him....Dang it man.
    I don't disagree. I cringe when he does that kind of stuff. But, being issue laden myself, I know that displaying my issues is generally knee-jerk. When it comes to 'taking action', I've had time to think it through and use better judgement. I see this same process play itself out with Trump time and again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ga-hvac-tech View Post
    I am too old for that level of stress...
    Now if I had lived in it all my life... maybe it would be fun to fix the country.

    What needs to be done, IMO...
    Is for each person to turn the TV OFF...
    Get out (social distancing)...
    And learn to live life without the endless input of folks whose agenda may or may not be in your best interest...

    Currently, the MsM has a lower rating that Congress... both of which are in single digit approval...
    Why ANYONE listens to them... is a mystery to me...


    Unless being part of the crowd (herd mentality) is more important than thinking...
    Or the fear of not being part of the herd is too much for some folks...

    Hmmm... herds...
    Seem to remember a story in the Bible... of a herd of pigs that ran off a cliff into a body of water and drowned...
    Yall herd guys think it would be smart to run with that herd???
    That's a definite. Listening to the minute by minute commentary serves only to inflame or discourage.
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    Yeah how would you like to be that guy standing up there getting hammered with questions and no time to think it through ?

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    141,000 infections. 2460 deaths

    Trump tweets about the ratings of the task force press conferences.

    Crikey !
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    WE THE PEOPLE refers to THEM and not YOU.

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    Question remains, will it pass last years flu deaths ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by corny View Post
    141,000 infections. 2460 deaths

    Trump tweets about the ratings of the task force press conferences.

    Crikey !
    Autopsy reports please! I want to see what they all died from.
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    2,460 deaths in the US?

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