I think you're right.
If you spelled Blackvegetable to him, he would find a reason to question your source or intelligence.
Triggered. Try to relax.
Look at post #2.PastorBlast » 05 Feb 2023, 9:41 am » wrote: ↑https://www.cnn.com/2023/02/04/economy/ ... index.html
It is good news.. The jobs report for January tripled expectations. It is surprising.
Unemployemnt is at it's lowest point since 1969. America is working.
"MinneapolisCNN — The economy wasn’t supposed to add half a million jobs in January.In fact, a consensus poll of 81 economists expected job gains to land at around 185,000, according to Refinitiv. After 11 months of aggressive rate hikes from the Federal Reserve, the experts were naturally expecting the economy’s job gains to slow as higher borrowing costs percolated through the economy, slowing investment and growth and pushing companies to pull back on spending and hiring."
Yup, Antifa the Chicken, called a black man "Uncle Tom" . . . from afar.
It was a chuckle then. Maybe some applause.
Canadians are always acting like they are better than us so now they can prove how much.righteous » 04 Feb 2023, 9:45 pm » wrote: ↑
“My big concern with the Chinese balloon flight is if this is a test to see how fast we react and what we do,” Art Thompson, CEO of California-based company Sage Cheshire Aerospace which provides stratospheric balloon launching and research services, told The Epoch Times.
With Second CCP Spy Balloon Confirmed, Theories Emerge About Their Evil Intentions (noqreport.com)
No loss at all.
Libs and dems like an outsider, a rebel, thinking outside-the-box, type people.
I suspect at least part of the reason is his willingness to continue to pollute with BlaVe.Cannonpointer » 03 Feb 2023, 2:24 am » wrote: ↑
But unlike consrule, I have no progeny, so my investment in the present is no impediment.
I would take the deal, BUT FOR ITS AUTHOR.
I don't know quite why, but I suspect that feller is slippery.
My belief is that we already know what those primitive things are.righteous » 03 Feb 2023, 7:03 am » wrote: ↑
It’s more of a risk allowing the balloon to capture sensitive information. They should capture it for observation
I call ****.righteous » 02 Feb 2023, 10:04 pm » wrote: ↑
THEY DID SAY VERY HIGH ALTITUDE AND STATED KINETIC FORCE TO TAKE THE BALLOON OUT WOULD PUT CIVILIANS AT RISK. NOT SURE IF I BELIEVE THAT.
IT WAS NOTED IT FLEW ABOVE A NUCLEAR MISSILE SILO FIELD IN MONTANA AT MALMSTROM AIR FORCE BASE.
IT MIGHT GIVE CHINA INTEL THEY NEED BEFORE BLINKIE MAKES HIS TRIP TO CHINA.
There's wisdom in what you say...ConsRule » 01 Feb 2023, 5:08 pm » wrote: ↑
I have a wonderful wife, two amazing children and three almost perfect grandchildren (at least in PawPaw's eyes). Everything I experienced in life made me the person that she was attracted to. Her being the mother of our children played a large role in who they are now. Why would I risk EVERYTHING that is really important for a crap shoot? Add to that, there is no way in hell I would want to go through many of the things in my past again that wouldn't change with the start over at 18.