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Trump wants to jam an extremist on the Supreme Court while the coronavirus continues to be out of control in America?
Cases of COVID-19 are on the rise again, with the nation tallying a troubling 55,000 in a single day Friday.The hike follows a generally downward trend through August and early September. It was the highest single-day increase since Aug. 14, when the country reported 64,350 new cases over 24 hours.The U.S. has now recorded more than 7 million cases and more than 204,000 deaths. New cases are on the rise in 22 states as Americans head into fall and face an increasing likelihood of contagion indoors and a complicating flu season. Some states have set new records in recent days too.95 AnswersPolitics1 day ago
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Proven lie. Trump downplaying the coronavirus. He said it was no worse than flu, but told Bob Woodward it was five times as bad. Proven lie. He told us he was rich. His Tax returns prove otherwise. Proven lie. Said he did not call John McCain a loser.49 AnswersPolitics10 hours ago
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In the USA only the next of kin (or an insurance carrier) can get a copy of the Death Certificate.
There are no such links in the USA.
Sometimes a licensed private detective with "sources" can obtain information from the death certificate.11 AnswersLaw & Ethics3 days ago
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After failing miserably trying to remove Trump from office the last 4 years with every attempt and now powerless to stop a new Supreme court judge. It sure looks to me like the liberals are at their last resort to try and smear the current administration once again. Look at the riots? This is what liberals do when they don't get their way. Sorry liberals, but you clearly have proved the last 4 years you are complete menaces to American government and society.20 AnswersPolitics12 hours ago
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Because in a divorce between a man and a woman that produced children, the man seeks women..
The man is the child's father, and unless other circumstances proves otherwise, he can be trusted with children.And him seeking women, is less risky for children stuck going along for the ride because the man offers better protection and defense.
The man is also usually a more capable single parent, capable of maintaining order in his house in conflicts with older teenagers that are bound to arise when teenagers are bombarded with peer pressure, false information, bad influences, disturbing negative stories, negative attitudes and so on.11 AnswersGender Studies22 hours ago
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There's 190 million whites. Half of them are homosexuals and feminists.
There's 40 million blacks. Most of them are in prison, on parole, on drugs, and committing crimes. They usually sell drugs on the side and increase costs of medical care, and all that.
There's 40 million Hispanics. Most of them are construction workers that sell drugs on the side. They help spread the opiod epidemic, run up the cost of medical care and increase the crime rates indirectly through their drug dealing businesses.
Then there's the Asians. They're mainly quiet, work hard, study hard, do good in school, and get lucrative engineering and tech jobs.138 AnswersPolitics3 days ago
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Several months ago my 24 year old daughter surprised me with the news that she's giving my my first biological grandchild. I come from a large family with 6 other siblings and this will be the family's first and only biological great-grandchild. I've had full custody of my daughter since she was 2 and I have never scrimped on buying her what she wanted or needed. As a single dad I prided myself on giving her the best. Now that my only daughter is pregnant my oldest sister, who claims to be my daughter's favorite aunt, keeps telling me about a co-worker or friend of hers who has a bunch of baby stuff she's no longer using and wants to give it to me. Personally I've never been one to use used items and things but every few days or weeks my sister will call me and tell me that this girl has a used changing table she no longer uses and wants to give it to my daughter. My wife and I have already purchased a crib, car seat, stroller and a few other things for our house so we're not hurting financially but am I obligated to take used furniture? My sister knows how I am with my daughter and that I'll give her the would but I'm not about to have my grandchild using used furniture. I don't know the condition of this furniture nor do I care. Am I being bougie if I don't accept this furniture and why is my sister of the mindset that I need to keep taking what this other girl no longer wants? Again, my 1st bio grandchild and I want the baby to have all new things.12 AnswersFamily13 hours ago
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The Day The Earth Stood Still with Michael Rennie as Klaatu, 1951, classic movie.22 AnswersMovies1 day ago
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If you tell a meat eater that eating meat is immoral, they would claim that humans are meant to eat which is completely stupid. Carnivores eat meat because their bodies can't digest plants but humans can easily digest plants and that is the reason we humans should not eat meat.26 AnswersVegetarian & Vegan11 hours ago
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I quit my job two weeks ago. I was working as an entry level mechanical engineer at a large aerospace defense contractor. I didn’t mind the work at first, but I grew to hate it after six or so months. I didn’t care for the people or the environment and I never felt like I belonged there. My job required me to work in a cubicle in isolation. Along with my work, I spent most of my time feeling like I was missing out on life and that the 9-5 life just wasn’t for me. I thought I could keep my misery at work, but it eventually followed me home and took over my personal life. I couldn’t sleep, focus, or enjoy the things I use to. My inability to sleep turned in to night sweats and nightmares. I later fell into a bout of depression and lost all motivation to go into work. I decided to put my two week’s notice shortly after. I worked at the company for 1.5 years.
I now work as a freight handler at Sam’s Club. I feel so lost now and have no idea what I should do with my life. I’m afraid of going back to professional work because I don’t want to experience the same thing again.
Is this what life is all about? Working a job, chasing money, being miserable and dying? I’m so lost and scared right now.32 AnswersPsychology2 days ago
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I'm a conservative person myself, so I tend to challenge liberals when they put Trump down. But I do have a hard time disagreeing with them when they say this pandemic is Trump's fault. Because think about it, we have the HIGHEST infection rate IN THE WORLD. And what's bad is that cases still keep spiking 'til this day. This country is doing the worst job handling this pandemic, which is pretty shameful. And who is the leader of this country? Trump! So maybe he is to blame.
So it Trump really to blame for this pandemic? If Biden wins, do you think things will get better?14 AnswersPolitics10 hours ago