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Jihadista On July 04, 2014

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Orange,
#1New Post! Dec 28, 2013 @ 14:55:24
If I add a tude to a tude, will the result be a tude?

According to a Gallap Poll, Americans have an attitude about big governement. They fear it more than big buisness or big labor.



I must wonder how we can fear it, and at the same time we want so much of it.


CATO
Richard142 On February 15, 2015




Greater London, United Kingdom
#2New Post! Dec 28, 2013 @ 17:21:58
@Jihadista Said

If I add a tude to a tude, will the result be a tude?
According to a Gallap Poll, Americans have an attitude about big governement. They fear it more than big buisness or big labor.

I must wonder how we can fear it, and at the same time we want so much of it.
CATO

Is a tude bettetr than an ill usion?
Big nations have big populations that therefore develop big administrations in state and national government. More important surely is that governments reflect and enforce both the desires and the rights of their electorate.
Electric_Banana On September 24, 2021




, New Zealand
#3New Post! Dec 29, 2013 @ 18:31:06
@Richard142 Said

Is a tude bettetr than an ill usion?
Big nations have big populations that therefore develop big administrations in state and national government. More important surely is that governments reflect and enforce both the desires and the rights of their electorate.



Ha ha does this go back to that other illustration we had last week where it turns out only a small portion of the US own most of the wealth and so not even the wealthy are very wealthy anymore? xD

"Can we all have an honest say in this?"

"...no."

Richard142 On February 15, 2015




Greater London, United Kingdom
#4New Post! Dec 29, 2013 @ 18:59:43
@Electric_Banana Said

"Can we all have an honest say in this?"
"...no."

In Brighton Pavilion Gardens a small group of friends is fighting to protect a open air community cafe easily accessible to locals and visitors alike. Local owners, workers and consumers versus a hostile enterprise wanting to convert into a visitors center. A main public library is within easy walking distance so information could be obtained. Equidistant in the other direction is a One stop Shop for lost property plus bus & train information. So no need for another info hub but in dry sunny days an open air cafe is more than a luxury but a community hub in its own right. People can ask each other over tea & cakes locally made & served by local people. So if communities get together and don't just 'roll over' then we can, and do, make a difference. Lotta Continua!
so "...yes." LOL.
Jihadista On July 04, 2014

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Orange,
#5New Post! Dec 29, 2013 @ 20:52:24
Going Bananas



Electric_Banana On September 24, 2021




, New Zealand
#6New Post! Dec 30, 2013 @ 13:19:34
@Jihadista Said

Going Bananas






Although we find it some concern the gorillas are benefiting from Global Warming.
Wilks On December 31, 2013




Rancho Cucamonga, California
#7New Post! Dec 30, 2013 @ 17:34:41
@Jihadista Said

I must wonder how we can fear it, and at the same time we want so much of it.


Not sure every one wants so much of it.
Jihadista On July 04, 2014

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Orange,
#8New Post! Dec 31, 2013 @ 01:00:05
@Wilks Said

Not sure every one wants so much of it.


Is that Wilks like in John Wilkes, the man who invented the first amendment?
Wilks On December 31, 2013




Rancho Cucamonga, California
#9New Post! Dec 31, 2013 @ 02:08:12
@Jihadista Said

Is that Wilks like in John Wilkes, the man who invented the first amendment?


Perhaps! But not so sure.
Jihadista On July 04, 2014

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Orange,
#10New Post! Dec 31, 2013 @ 04:32:57
Scientists don't debate about whether evolution occurred. They may debate about the details. The California high school biology textbooks says that Stephen Gould, everybodies second favorite Communist, received a Noble Prize for some of the details, so there must be some debate about the details.

The Pew Research Center says that Republican belief in the theory of evolution declined from 54 % in 2009 to 43 % in 2013.

Democrats's opinion on the subject remains about the same 64 to 67%.

When I read an odd statistic like this, I wonder if they asked people if they had ever of heard natural selection or punctuated equilibrium.

New York Daily News
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