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June 13, 2021, 09:30:58 AM

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Religion Forum / The Sacrifice
Last post by Solar - Today at 08:46:18 AM
This was found in the belongings of a deceased mother, the son had no idea why she kept it, though a religious woman, obviously it meant a lot to her.

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Quote from: Hoofer on Today at 02:33:04 AM

I believe the "manners" part has disappeared.

 :sad:
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Political Discussion and Debate / Re: Post Your Favorite MEME
Last post by Solar - Today at 08:37:26 AM
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Political Discussion and Debate / Re: Post Your Favorite MEME
Last post by Solar - Today at 08:36:35 AM
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Quote from: Possum on Today at 08:12:25 AMI believe the committee he is running everything through is the one which weighs his political future, as in running for higher office.
Good point!
And I bet you're Right...
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Quote from: Solar on Today at 07:41:01 AMNo doubt. But I have one issue with Abbot, the guy is like a one man bureaucracy, he is slower the Hell.
Everything he does, seems to go through committees, be it CCP flu, or gun issues, he is extremely slow to react.
As soon as the Marist DNC stopped the wall, he should have announced immediately, that if you stop construction, Texas will finish it before summer arrives.

It was an excellent move, but it's like he needs everyone to clear everything he does first.
Scott Walker was another, he'd do nothing until the Legislature told him to, Noem, a perfect example of letting the left dictate, or in her case, corporations, she bailed.

But at least Abbot is accomplishing things, Good Things, at the speed of govt. :biggrin:
I believe the committee he is running everything through is the one which weighs his political future, as in running for higher office.
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Political Discussion and Debate / Re: Post Your Favorite MEME
Last post by Solar - Today at 08:08:27 AM
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Political Discussion and Debate / Re: Post Your Favorite MEME
Last post by Solar - Today at 08:06:38 AM
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This is not good for Israel. :sneaky:

Benjamin Netanyahu will be leaving the Israeli prime minister's post after 12 years in power as the country's legislature voted to swear in a new 'change' government on Sunday.
The new government was supported by 60 out of 120 MPs in the Knesset, while 59 voted against it. The only lawmaker to abstain was Said al-Harumi, of the pro-Palestinian United Arab List party.

Naftali Bennett, the leader of the Yamina alliance and one of the key figures in the 'change' coalition, has been sworn in as the new Israeli prime minister, replacing Netanyahu.

The landmark vote took place after a tense session in the Knesset, which saw Bennett constantly heckled by Netanyahu's supporters during his speech. Bennett's key ally, Yair Lapid, decided to forgo his speech completely, due to the behavior of his opponents, some of whom had to be removed from the chamber by security.

When Netanyahu spoke, he claimed that Israel will be getting a "weak government" with the 'change' coalition. He insisted that Bennett, who is going to become the next PM, "doesn't have the global standing" and "credibility" to counter the Jewish state's archrival, Iran, adding that Tehran would be celebrating after the vote.

The country's longest-serving prime minister also accused Bennett of perpetrating the "greatest fraud in Israel's history," recalling that the Yamina alliance leader had categorically ruled out a partnership with Lapid ahead of the election. But now, in accordance with the agreement involving eight anti-Netanyahu parties, Lapid will choose a successor to Bennett as PM in 2023.

https://www.rt.com/news/526466-netanyahu-change-israel-vote/
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Quote from: walkstall on Today at 07:47:38 AM"I'm from the government and I'm here to help you."
And be prepared, you may die before you see results. :lol:
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