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    Mexico approves recreation cocaine use

    OP left out 3 key words from the headline: Mexico judge approves recreational cocaine for two users Glad I cought that before booking a flight. Also, this story is 3 months old, it happened in August.
  2. You have to send MDC díck pics, then he adjusts your settings and you can upload attachments.
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    Kaepernick getting a workout on Saturday

    Kap makes AB look sane.
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    Official Trump Impeachment Inquiry Thread

    The Standard Hotel and Ed Buck's house.
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    Official Trump Impeachment Inquiry Thread

    Roger Stone is facing 50+ years for the same thing. Let's see if there is equal justice left in America.
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    Louisiana Governor Election Today

    Amazing that in a state with bottom rankings in education and economy and top rankings in murder and corruption would re-elect the man who got them there. Don't ever underestimate the stupidity of blacks and "Republicans"
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    Louisiana Governor Election Today

    Worms criticizes a post's accuracy, then links a poll from the advocate as a rebuttal. No wonder this genius thinks heresay is more important than facts.
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    Obama Warns Contenders About Leaning Too Far Left

    It is rare that I agree with worms and MDC, yet here we are. Obama was no communist, he was essentially Bush 3.0.
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    Louisiana Governor Election Today

    I predict JBE wins by 3-5 points. He is a terribly unpopular governor and has overseen LA having the worst state economy in the US while everyone else is thriving. Riponse is a decent candidate but terrible public speaker and their jungle primary was just a few weeks ago so many of the other R candidate's supporters are still bitter and staying home.
  10. Don't bother with that dishonest hack. The reality is that there is so much information out there that things sometimes get conflated, mixed up. Especially when there are so many moving parts and rules are made up as they go (as for the inquiry) Bottom line is that the Dems allowed the Republicans on the one specific committee into the private meetings. They also have refused questions and witnesses from the Republicans. People like Worms and MDC can't win on facts so they resort to nitpicking irrelevant bullshite. Like Worms with this and MDC with his constant refrain of "muh Burisma was being investigated for actions prior to Biden", as if that matters. Typical lawyer strategy, from bottom feeding losers like Worms all the way to Congress and Mueller. Notice there have been zero convictions related to Russia Collusion, every single one has been a process crime (minus Manafort) that wouldn't exist without the investigation. Same nitpicking bullshite from top to bottom.
  11. Just to clarify, Roger Stone was not convicted on anything to do with Russia collusion. He was convicted on misleading statements to Congress and telling a witness to plead the fifth or he would get destroyed. Womp fücking womp. Mueller/muh Russia convictions 0 MAGA still undefeated
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    David Johnson this Sunday?

    I am in the fortunate position that due to bye weeks and poor drafting/FAAB management I have no choice but to leave DJ in the lineup. Here's to the Niners doing their best Browns impression and ringing some bells early.
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    Official Trump Impeachment Inquiry Thread

    How long until they accuse Trump of raping Anita Broaderick or giving Iran a billion dollars cash without congressional approval?
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    Official Trump Impeachment Inquiry Thread

    Dems insurance policy to remove a duly elected president 2.0: 1. CIA "whistleblower"; failed 2. Bill Taylor honey trap texts; failed 3. Intimidate Vindland into "re-remembering" his sworn testimony; failed 4. Hearing day 1: heresay is more important than facts; failed 5. Hearing day 2: discredited ambassador says her feelings were hurt by Trump, and that she was not aware of any bribes or crimes; failed 6. New "witness" with more heresay from a phone call he eavesdropped on . . . . . . . . Peach Mint?