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Optimistic or pessimistic?
Posted:Aug 30, 2020 5:24 am
Last Updated:Sep 4, 2020 10:45 am
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Trump is preaching hate and fear of minorities, immigrants and Muslims. Biden is pushing hope, unity and solutions. Is love or hate more compelling? We will see.

Which future will Americans choose? Assuming the voter suppression and wrecking the USPS is stopped so Americans can choose in a fair election.

In 2018 the propaganda about the caravans from Central America did not prevail. We will see if fear triumphs this year.
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Roman dodecahedron,
Posted:Aug 26, 2020 5:10 am
Last Updated:Aug 30, 2020 5:12 am
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There is a mystery about the purpose of these strange objects with holes and buttons and twelve sides made of bronze. They are found in France, Germany and England from Roman sites. Made about 200 to 400 AD.

Many guesses, but no one has a good explanation. Roman dodecahedron is the name , but what is the game?

So my speculation. The Romans were known for perverted sexual behavior and extreme sex antics. How could this item be a sex toy? The different sized open holes could be used by men or various animals to stick their penis in and meet in the open center. The buttons on the outside could stimulate females on their nipples or clits. Or maybe the button goosed their bottoms?

No wonder no instructions on the way to use them were published or discussed....

Now we need to get one from a museum and hold a party or orgy to try out this theory and see if it works.
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Trump trolls?
Posted:Aug 23, 2020 6:47 am
Last Updated:Sep 7, 2020 5:13 am
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Let be clear. If you still support Trump despite the evidence then you are not my kind of person. Yes that sounds bigoted. But some things in life are clear.

If you think it is ok for Russia or China interfere in our election you are not my kind of person.

If you think it is ok blackmail Ukraine slander Biden then you are not my type of person.

I don't want shoot you for being a dupe of Trump. I just want you blog elsewhere. We are not friends and you are not welcome spout out here.

If you support Putin you belong in Russia with Mitch and Trump.
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Willie Horton time?
Posted:Aug 23, 2020 6:40 am
Last Updated:Aug 25, 2020 10:06 am
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The New York Times has a story about how H.W. Bush overcame a 18 percent deficit to Michael Dukakis in the Summer of 1988 to win a big election victory.

The keys were to paint Dukakis as an elite liberal and raise fears of Black convicts hurting white women. Sound familiar? Trump is trying the same tactics this year.

Some problems with the strategy is Biden is well known as a moder Trump is well known as a liar. Further the 5,000 plus dead Americans are damning evidence of Trump's incompetence as a leader in the virus infested times.

There are lots more minority voters now if they can be mobilized and have the will vote.

Still Biden will need defend and go very negative Trump avoid the negative Trump campaign define the Dems as far left. The Dems were wise not go with Bernie or Elizabeth Warren who are easier slander as radicals.
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Depressing news on the virus
Posted:Aug 19, 2020 4:03 am
Last Updated:Aug 19, 2020 11:47 am
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17 June — More than one billion people face increased risk of severe COVID-19

A host of common health problems boost a person’s risk of becoming seriously ill if infected by the new coronavirus. Now an analysis reveals the extent of this vulnerable group: more than 20% of the world’s population has at least one underlying condition that raises the risk of severe disease.

Andrew Clark at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and his colleagues examined the prevalence of diabetes, cardiovascular problems and other conditions that predispose people infected with SARS-CoV-2 severe COVID-19 (A. Clark et al. Lancet Glob. Health ://AgoraCosmopolitan Dating; 2020). Analysing data from 188 nations, the team estimates that 1.7 billion people worldwide have an elevated risk of ‘severe’ illness. The researchers also estimate that nearly 350 million people — some of whom do not have underlying conditions — would require hospitalization if infected.
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2020 Corvette
Posted:Aug 18, 2020 3:11 pm
Last Updated:Aug 20, 2020 3:40 am
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Another of my faves is the 2020 Chevy Corvette. Now mid engine handle better the new corvette is a serious super car starting at $60,000. but rapidly getd priced at $90,000 with upgrade options. The virus has limited production in 2020 so it is likely be a collectible in twenty years or so.

Sadly the new Corvette has a problem with the hood flying up at speed. Think I will wait get the bugs out...
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Harris is a U.S. citizen by birth.
Posted:Aug 16, 2020 8:00 am
Last Updated:Aug 18, 2020 12:20 pm
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Despite the slanders, Kamala Harris is clearly a U.S. native born citizen. The law has been clear since 1 8 9 8 .

Wikipedia says:

United States v. Wong Kim Ark, 9 U.S. 649 in 1898, was a landmark decision of the US Supreme Court ruling that "a born in the United States, of parents of Chinese descent, , at the time of his birth, are subjects of the Emperor of China, but have a permanent domicil and residence in the United States, and are carrying on business, and are not employed in any diplomatic or official capacity under the Emperor of China",[ automatically became a U.S. citizen at birth.
This decision established an important precedent in its interpretation of the Citizenship Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution.

Wong Kim Ark, was born in San Francisco in 1873, had been denied re-entry the United States after a trip abroad, under a law restricting Chinese immigration and prohibiting immigrants from China from becoming naturalized U.S. citizens. He challenged the government refusal recognize his citizenship, and the Supreme Court ruled in his favor, holding that the citizenship language in the Fourteenth Amendment encompassed the circumstances of his birth and could not be limited in its effect by an act of Congress.

The case highlighted disagreements over the precise meaning of one phrase in the Citizenship Clause—namely, the provision that a person born in the United States is subject the jurisdiction thereof acquires automatic citizenship. The Supreme Court majority concluded that this phrase referred to being required to obey U.S. law; on this basis, they interpreted the language of the Fourteenth Amendment in a way that granted U.S. citizenship to born of foreigners (a concept known as jus soli), with a limited set of exceptions mostly based in English common law. The court dissenters argued that being subject the jurisdiction of the United States meant not being subject any foreign power —that is, not being claimed as a citizen by another country via jus sanguinis (inheriting citizenship from a parent)—an interpretation which, in the minority view, would have excluded "the of foreigners, happening be born them while passing through the country.

In the words of a 2007 legal analysis of events following the Wong Kim Ark decision, "The parameters of the jus soli principle, as stated by the court in Wong Kim Ark, have never been seriously questioned by the Supreme Court, and have been accepted as dogma by lower courts." A 2010 review of the history of the Citizenship Clause notes that the Wong Kim Ark decision held that the guarantee of birthright citizenship applies to of foreigners present on American soil" and states that the Supreme Court "has not re-examined this issue since the concept of illegal alien entered the language".[] Since the 1990s, however, controversy has arisen over the longstanding practice of granting automatic citizenship to U.S.-born of illegal immigrants, and legal scholars disagree over whether the Wong Kim Ark precedent applies when alien parents are in the country illegally. Attempts have been made from time time in Congress restrict birthright citizenship, either via statutory redefinition of the term jurisdiction, or by overriding both the Wong Kim Ark ruling and the Citizenship Clause itself through an amendment to the Constitution, but no such proposal has been enacted.
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Kamala Harris
Posted:Aug 13, 2020 4:18 am
Last Updated:Aug 16, 2020 5:36 am
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Kamala is a great choice for Biden's VP. She is smart, tough, skilled in debate and is ready for the job. She is also warm and empathetic. Kamala is progressive and moderate. She will be a great addition and ready to become POTUS in 2024!

Pence is going to be toast in their debate. Should be fun to watch.

The Covid 19 disaster and the depressed economy are nails in the Trump coffin.

We should have had better leadership to avoid the terrible outcomes so far.
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Mustang cars
Posted:Aug 6, 2020 2:21 pm
Last Updated:Aug 18, 2020 3:06 pm
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Ford plans stop making and selling sedans and other cars, except Mustangs soon. Only SUVs and trucks are profitable so they are giving up on most cars. Some doubt this is smart if gas prices get too high in the future.

I like Mustang cars. My first redfire Mustang Cobra I bought in July 2002. It was fun and not that reliable. Stick shift on the freeways was not fun. I sold it in 2010 and got a red 2011 Mustang GT in Oct. 2010 with 410 HP. More sensible with a six speed auto transmission. Again upgraded the brakes, and handling, but left the motor stock for the warranty.

Drove that 2011 until July 2019, when I traded it on a 460 HP 2019 red Mustang GT with ten speed auto and upgraded performance pack and magnetic damping. This car did not need any mods to have good brakes and handling. Been a year with no problems driving and only 9,000 miles on it due to the virus shutting down much activity.

I thought about buying the 2020 Shelby GT 500 for the fun of 760 HP, but $90,000 seems like a lot to spend on a car in a recession time. Besides I would probably lose my Driver license for speeding with the Shelby, and I need that for my practice...

I may be crazy, but I try not to be stupid.
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Marriage and green cards
Posted:Aug 1, 2020 5:33 am
Last Updated:Aug 10, 2020 4:15 am
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Most people who know anything about immigration the U.S. know one of the best ways get a green card is marry a U.S. citizen. True but it is more work than many understand. The process can take years and cost a lot of time and effort.

The immigration folks have seen a lot of real and fake marriages. They are pretty good at telling the real from the fake. The statutes say fake is when you marry for money or other compensation, or mainly get a green card. No where does the statute require the married parties share sex, but the officers think it is part of a real marriage unless the parties are very old and infirm.

One interesting case was an 80 year guy who had a live in 40 year old nurse after his wife died. He was infirm and had prostate cancer so no sex for him. He was religious and did not want his nurse bathe him and help him with intimate acts unless they were married. He left her the house in his will and paid her for nursing care. The case was easily approved as a real marriage.

Usually real married couples are affection sit close together, talk and touch each other often, and act like a couple. They wear wedding rings and have lots of joint pictures and documents. They have joint bank accounts, insurance and credit cards. The fake ones are distant and not affectionate with each other.

The Trump administration is making immigration benefits more difficult achieve. But real marriages with the parties living together is still the best and easiest way to go if the parties are a real loving couple.
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Soulmates or hookups?
Posted:Aug 1, 2020 5:19 am
Last Updated:Aug 2, 2020 5:22 am
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People come AgoraCosmopolitan Dating with very different goals. Some want a soulmate and a lifetime of monagamy. These may be better off with M*tch or another place.

Some seek random immediate hookups. These are usually disappointed unless the profile is a young attractive girl.

What is in between? FWB or what used be called a love affair.

How is the FWB different from the love affair? The emotional engagement. The jealousy and the intensity. Fwb can last a while but is usually a transitional state.

I my experience just sex for fun is more of a male dream than a female one. Unless she is a commitment phobic lass like Samantha of Sex and the City fame.

Some women do have sex like a man, but not usually good wife material unless the couple are swingers.

No judgment intended say one person should be in a particular category, but usually best if both seek the same goal.

Also over time people often change goals. The 23 year party girl may want marry and be less promiscuous at age 38.
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Phase three vaccine test
Posted:Jul 27, 2020 10:54 am
Last Updated:Jul 30, 2020 9:20 am
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One of the many vaccine candidates is starting the phase test 30,000 volunteers. If this works, we may have some vaccines by year end. The distribution of doses is going be a massive job, but can be done.

The vaccine may mutate and the vaccine may need a booster. But there is some more reason hope for beating this virus.
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Day trading
Posted:Jul 26, 2020 5:29 am
Last Updated:Aug 10, 2020 2:15 pm
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The WSJ is reporting the new in game for those who cannot bet sports is day trading stocks. A very speculative game. Stock brokers now charge zero for stock trading, and mutual funds too.

After the stock market a recent bottom about March it has roared back about 40% be even. So if you got in long in March you feel smart. Now what?

The last two trading days the market sold off. Now what?

Day trading, options, futures and margin are too speculative for most.

High risk usually leads to high losses. 90% of futures traders lose money. The old joke is the way to make a small fortune in futures is start with a large fortune!

Compound interest over long time is the is the way most make big money. The best place to own stocks is in a retirement account so no taxes until distribution. With a Roth IRA no tax deduction for investing, but no tax on distribution of gains.

Time is your friend. Starting with $1,500 in 1981 you can have more than one million dollars in 2020. Overnight in just forty years...

The easy way is buy a S & P 500 stock index fund. That out performs 90%+ of the managed funds anyway.
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