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About mclumber1

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  1. LMAO. This is a suicide bill by the gop. Pro life!
  2. The needs of the few (minimum wage workers) outweigh the needs of the many (who lost hours or were laid off).
  3. On one hand, that's a great motivator to keep paying your premiums. On the other hand, that shit just sounds evil. Funny (or not) enough, my parents had opted to buy some really cheap no-name insurance in Washington because that's what they could afford. Some sort of billing snafu meant they had no coverage for like 4 months. Luckily, neither of them had any medical emergency during that time, but it would have been nice if they insurance company would have let them know they currently weren't being covered because of a billing issue.
  4. On Friday, SpaceX launched (and landed) a rocket from their east coast facility, and then just a few hours ago launched another (and landed) rocket from their west coast facility. Interesting to note, Friday's launch was with a reused rocket, which originally launched (and landed) from the west coast for the customer (Iridium) who's launch happened today. They also debuted some bad-ass titanium grid fins for today's launch that hold up better to the heat from reentry better than the older aluminum version. Today's launch was their 8th this year, which means they've now surpassed their own record of 7 launches year. https://www.theverge.com/2017/6/25/15870934/spacex-second-launch-weekend-rocket-landing-success-falcon-9-landing
  5. In fact, @Jason needs to double down, just like Donald would in this situation!
  6. What could it be? And dammit, news needs to stop dropping on Fridays. Mondays are better in terms of keeping current events in peoples' heads. Release news on a Friday, and people forget about it by Saturday morning.
  7. I'm not sure how this bill helps out the average American. @joe @heyyoudvd @Engel and other conservatives, can you help me out here? I'm all for redoing healthcare in this country, but this is definitely not the way to do it.
  8. I guess the upshot is that Trump will look for any way to either repair his reputation or distract from his many scandals. Which means he actually try to be a populist and not sign this into law. You've also got (at least) 4 GOP Senators who've said they can't support this bill as it stands. I also wonder if the leaking of this bill was strategic in nature to take people's minds off of the White House for awhile.
  9. A dry heat is better, because at least the sweat you are producing has the chance to evaporate and do its job of cooling you down.
  10. Or if you were born without sweat glands, like @legend.
  11. I was in Hattiesburg, MS last week and it was dreadful. Living primarily on the west coast my entire life means I'm not accustomed to that level of humidity.
  12. It's a dry heat though. Maximum effectiveness of sweating.