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  1. I hope you find a resolution to all this that works for you, Avalon. Try to stay in touch if you can.
  2. Actually, RA1, I agree that wealth would tend to reconcentrate but the process seems likely take a bit more than 5 years lol. And, for that life of me, I fail to see how beneficiaries of multi-generational trust funds (Fords, Duponts, Rockerfellas and the like) could recoup their losses given that they would lack the where-with-all to purchase politicians to bend events in their favor. IMHO congresscritters are a disloyal bunch once the checks stop coming.
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    Is Trump Exonerated?

    Consider three things, Lucky. 1) Any substantial actions by Mueller since Barr's appointment required the AG's approval. 2) We don't really know exactly what Mueller actually put in his report (yet?). We only have Barr's version of Mueller's report And that good man has made it perfectly clear where his loyalties lie. 3) Mueller considered himself bound longstanding Justice Dept. policy against indicting a sitting president and by the limited portfolio of his initial appointment.
  4. Lucky, you might wanna heck out whether the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence has a Palm Springs chapter house. I hear they can get you make-up, habits and other nun style accoutrements wholesale.
  5. Horse fair article in ManHunt. Sounds interesting if you're interested in that sort of thing. Sort of private sex party except you're guaranteed to score if you're a top. Repeatedly, if you're up for it. Not really a furry style event but it does have a German S&M vibe, sans leather and whips.
  6. That's very good advice from AdamSmith, Mili, but before you set things in motion, you might want to consider that the life-style to which you seek to be introduced may induce cash flow difficulties and 'income instabilities' beyond your current experience. A not inconsequential complication AS should have drawn to your attention, IMHO.
  7. Thanks for plowing through the book for us, Lucky, and for the summary. That the RC clergy is disproportionately gay seems like common sense to me, especially in developed countries (little economic incentive to seek ordination) but 80% just doesn't seem credible to me.
  8. Charles Barkley ( of all people!) said pretty much the same thing on Colbert's talk show a couple of days ago. He went on to say his gay friends have enough trouble with the police w/o a clown like this little shit poisoning the well. “I think that we all lose. I think my black friends, my gay black friends, I think they lose, because there’s all repercussions when you’re a minority. there’s always a double standard. You have to understand that and accept that. For every black, gay person out there, we lost. And it’s unfortunate. I don’t know that kid, I wish him nothing but the best.“But you have to understand, you have to always look at the big picture. Like, you know, there’s a lot of gay kids out there who are struggling. They’re getting beat up, they’re getting bullied, and things like that. And that’s not good. And then you see there’s this tenuous relationship between the black community and the cops, and we made the cops look really bad in this scenario. And there’s probably going to be some resentment. So the bottom line is everybody lost in this scenario. It’s not good.”
  9. Well, i googled "one horse sized duck" just on the off chance you weren't abusing your pain meds and WTF! this is a real subject for discussion in the odder crevices of the Net. Who would have guessed? AdamSmith is probably better qualified to opine on this but I think that a horse sized duck runs into something I remember as "the cubed/square problem". As you scale up, the weight (volume/mass) of the duck goes up by a cubed factor while the strength of its bones only increases with the cross-section of the bones, i.e a squared factor.. Long story short, eventually the duck can't stand up w/o breaking its legs with its own weight.
  10. Something ain't right with this guy's brain. Just saying...
  11. Lucky, in my experience, politics doesn't work that way. Just a guess based on no evidence, but I would say that Beto has no particular commitment to Gay rights one way or the other. His party favors gays, so he favors gays. Yea us! To him, it's just another one of those things where you have to say the right things. On the other hand, I can't see him splitting his party and base just to toss a bone to some evangelicals whose leaders ain't buying his shit no matter what he does. As president he will nominate a candidate acceptable to his base on gay rights precisely because he doesn't much care and it's a cheap way to keep folks happy. YEA US! Remember the old time Temperance folks who vowed to support a drunk who voted 'right' over a teetotaler who was soft on prohibition? Politically speaking, they had a point.
  12. I don't have the stats to prove it, but I would be willing to bet that a "quite fit" 80 year old middle class white male (even one with access to the most expensive medical services on offer) has a non-trivial probability of death or disability in the next 6 years. Again, no stats at hand, but my guess his odds would be around 50%, give or take, maybe worse. Besides, why should Justice Breyer have to die in the saddle so to speak. With Beto as president he could retire w/o fear of contributing to the destruction of the Republic and spend some quality time with his great-grand kids.
  13. Maybe part of his appeal is that he can't be painted as a bull goose left loony like Ocasio-Cortez. Of couse, it didn't hurt that he ran his Texas campaign against a creepy whack job of a troll. Come to think of it, maybe that would be just the right model for a campaign against Trump. And it doesn't hurt that he's kinda cute.
  14. I was about 15/16 when I ran across The Front Runner on one of those wire spinner display racks at a local store. Just thumbing through the paperbacks, probably looking to see what SF was on offer. When I realized what I was reading, it electrified me right down to my toes. I had no clue gay themed novels were even a thing, much less soft core porn (not that it was soft core to me! ). God bless whatever sorting clerk at the distributor who accidently stuck a gay novel into the assortment shipped to that store. It was one of those events that helped me understand that the wider world was not necessarily just my local Bible soaked reality writ large. Maybe not exactly like Oz moving to NYC, but still eye opening.
  15. Yes, yes, AS, but then you are notorious for your esoteric tastes in kink.
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