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  1. that is a very bad practice and some women are speaking out against it.
  2. armeggedon to christians is a war that will bring the rapture.
  3. i am not part of those christians, but it is bigger than one may think, I went to one meeting, it was in a big church and it was packed. the people who went were not poor, all were well dressed. they try to make it biblical, a few phrases, the book of daniel somehow relates ro armegeddon. something about the fig leaf is israel and summer is near, and because of this armegeddon is near. it made no sense. then they wanted everyone to donate to israel which I don't consider a charity case.
  4. some christians are hoping for armegeddon, the rapture etc and they believe it will start in israel. the more discord in israel the better for some christians.
  5. Report post Posted April 27 More fucked up Russian lies from Fizzbo The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (“CARES Act”) Is Enacted into Law 27 March 2020 The CARES Act Top 10 Takeaways: Provides stimulus to individuals, businesses, and hospitals in response to the economic distress caused by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Creates a $349 billion loan program for small businesses, including 501(c)(3) non-profits and physician practices. These loans can be forgiven through a process that incentivizes companies to retain employees. Allocates $500 billion for assistance to businesses, states, and municipalities, with no more than $46 billion to support passenger air carriers, air cargo carriers, and businesses important to maintaining national security. The remaining $454 billion may be used to support lending to eligible businesses, states, and municipalities. Allocates $130 billion in relief to the medical and hospital industries, including for medical supplies and drug and device shortages Report post Posted April 27 More fucked up Russian lies from Fizzbo The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (“CARES Act”) Is Enacted into Law 27 March 2020 The CARES Act Top 10 Takeaways: Provides stimulus to individuals, businesses, and hospitals in response to the economic distress caused by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Creates a $349 billion loan program for small businesses, including 501(c)(3) non-profits and physician practices. These loans can be forgiven through a process that incentivizes companies to retain employees. Allocates $500 billion for assistance to businesses, states, and municipalities, with no more than $46 billion to support passenger air carriers, air cargo carriers, and businesses important to maintaining national security. The remaining $454 billion may be used to support lending to eligible businesses, states, and municipalities. Allocates $130 billion in relief to the medical and hospital industries, including for medical supplies and drug and device shortages. Expands telehealth services in Medicare, including services unrelated to COVID-19 treatments. Provides $1,200 to Americans making $75,000 or less ($150,000 in the case of joint returns and $112,500 for head of household) and $500 for each child, to be paid “as rapidly as possible. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- is there going to another 1,200 stimulus check package?
  6. do you think obama would be in the party of racists and the kkk? same thing for jessie jackson.
  7. now the racists are republicans who still are members of the kkk.
  8. yes, set the story straight. racists are all republicans now. they got pissed off when lbj signed the civil rights bill and joined the republican party.
  9. passing a counterfeit 20 dollar bill did not warrant this, https://www.ajc.com/news/victim-police-encounter-had-started-new-life-minnesota/rMmT2wipeQFNnsypmh6oBL/ Floyd moved to Minneapolis from his native Houston several years ago in hopes of finding work and starting a new life, said Christopher Harris, Floyd’s lifelong friend. But he lost his job as a bouncer at a restaurant when Minnesota’s governor issued a stay-at-home order. On Monday night, an employee at a Minneapolis grocery store called police after Floyd allegedly tried to pass a counterfeit $20 bill. »MORE: Minneapolis mayor calls for criminal charges in suspect’s death In widely circulated cellphone video of the subsequent arrest, Floyd, who was black, can be seen on the ground with his hands cuffed behind his back while Officer Derek Chauvin presses him to the pavement with his knee on Floyd’s neck. The video shows Chauvin, who is white, holding Floyd down for minutes as Floyd complains he can’t breathe. The video ends with paramedics lifting a limp Floyd onto a stretcher and placing him in an ambulance. Four officers were fired Tuesday; on Wednesday, Mayor Jacob Frey called for Chauvin to be criminally charged. Frey made no mention of the other three officers, who were also at the scene. On Thursday morning, the U.S. Justice Department announced Thursday morning it has made the federal investigation into George Floyd's death a "top priority." Police say Floyd was resisting arrest, but Chauvin’s lawyer has declined to comment and the other officers have not been publicly identified. Floyd, 46, grew up in Houston’s Third Ward, one of the city’s predominantly black neighborhoods, where he and Harris met in middle school. At 6 feet, 6 inches, Floyd emerged as a star tight end for Jack Yates High School and played in the 1992 state championship game in the Houston Astrodome. Yates lost to Temple, 38-20.
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