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I wouldn't have used playing basketball as an analogy for ignorance. Ignorance is about lack of knowledge not a lack of skill. Maybe better about knowing all the rules of basketball and statisti...

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I think that's a chipmunk, not a squirrel.

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You sound like a child around 12 to 14 years old.
The 25th amendment has provisions for removal of the president without going through the impeachment process. Article 2 of the Constitution e...

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"Now you say she can't be criminally convicted while in office which is just the same as the POTUS and most heads of state." You are mistaken. The POTUS can be convict...

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That was one of the most useless video's. The roof at the gas station was not 100% gone, it was about 10% gone. I have been through many hurricanes and that was not major destruction. That was ...

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I don't have time to pick out all those details. It took me nearly a month to decide on all the colors, lighting, cabinets, materials, and other factors when designing my house.

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I'm not an expert with the Crown Proceedings act of 1947 but from what I read in my research, it provides for civil suits. That's different from criminal convictions. Show me where the queen...

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Impeachment is a good idea. The UK monarch cannot be impeached because she is above the law. Shouldn't be that way.

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"Harvard can have varied entry requirements, but if a course costs $60K then the most important criteria is being wealthy or lucky." I think you missed a major point in my ...

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The admissions process for schools like Harvard use many criteria besides grades. They can use extra curricular activities, your volunteer time in the community, your admission letter, minority statu...

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We have choices in the USA. We can go to a relatively free school in our local community or we can pay out the nose to go to an expensive university. You can get your degree from either but one will...

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All those discussions about Bernie and having higher education free led me to believe it was already free in the UK. Now that I know you have to pay there too, then you're the same as the USA. T...

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Previously, the Boreme crowd has stated all education in the USA, public and private, should be free. That led me to believe it was already free in the UK but apparently it's not. Try practicing ...

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Should be but the media is biased to be anti-Trump so they will not make any effort to tell this story.

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$130,000 for almost 700 sq ft is very expensive for a home especially when that doesn't include the land.

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Okay, I'll get you started:
"Bioterrorism could wipe out 33 million people in less than a year."
"By 2035, there could be almost no poor countri...

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Lets hear about the predictions that haven't come true. Those are more interesting.

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The audio quality was so poor that I considered not watching more than the first minute of the video but I somehow managed to suffer through it. You would think a professional channel like the Real ...

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Well, he was a pilot and should have known better. How many landings do you think go right every day without people trying to land on the taxiway? Obviously a whole lot more successes than that idio...

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True and it's on the left of some water too. That means nothing. It's on the left of many things.
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