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This in response to the far right take no prisoner campaign that has been going down for year after year 

which promotes fear, if nothing else.

 

Well, some say, at least it's a start to some progress.

The impossible whopper never paid any dividends for Restaurants Brand, Inc.

 

But at least they tried. But why did they even try? Well some say the guy who 

tried to sell it thought about the complete waste, the whole sale carbon expense

that made zero sense in regards to farming animals for food, the scientifically proven waste made by human activities

that are unsustainable, and completely foolish.

 

Andrew Yang tells us that robots are taking all our jobs,

and it sounds disturbing to think that robots are taking peoples jobs

right and left.

 

The same thing came about with computers, they said we'd do away with 

paper, the paper business is lost, gone.

 

It never happens that way. 

 

It never has happened, and not one journalist ever asked Andrew Yang

about productivity and how it is measured.

 

Not one.

 

For decades nothing ever gets done in US policy. 

Even though the vast majority of citizens want social security to be fixed,

something that could easily be accomplished, without any hardship 

to the vast majority of people who want to get it done.

It's an easy fix, but it just never gets fixed.

 

The centrist worry about the Federal Debt, even though right now, we are 

paying less interest to pay down the debt as a percentage of GDP than we have in over 60 years,

even though we extract far less from corporate taxes, or basic taxes on the rich.

 

Meanwhile, its true, the ideal, the grafting of a pig heart, which is exactly the same size of 

of mine, could be taken from a live hog, washed with copious amounts of sterilized saline, 

and yet, a true ability to do this  xenotransplantation takes a genetically modified pig, and 

what the heck, we are just about to be able to do such,

 

Meanwhile, you still like the smell of bacon, which is not environmentally advised by most 

climate activist.

 

But we can't get this. We cannot get any really solid federal infrastructure bill passed.

We can't do anything, we suck, or at least our government seems to suck.

 

So we are centrist, we are not central to progress, we are centrist as in

We need more Central Parks and more Mass Transit,

 

As Joe Biden likes to say, I like to take Amtrak from Washington DC, to where I live.

Because I'm a Centrist.

 

Joe says, take Amtrak.

Hey Joe, how do we fix Medicare?

Not one journalist asks him.

not one.

https://www.cnn.com/videos/politics/2017/01/20/joe-biden-amtrak-ride-home-origwx-js.cnn

Peace!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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so meanwhile,

I was grooving on this, Didn't Cha know, Joe Johnson song

 

trying to fit in with all the Centrist 

who secretly all felt as though

they were missing out, by never

trying, because that was acceptable

in the Society where they lived,

And they took for granted all their

Freedom, and they just wanted

what they thought they already

had.

 

 

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42 minutes ago, TheOldBarn said:

so meanwhile,

I was grooving on this, Didn't Cha know, Joe Johnson song

 

trying to fit in with all the Centrist 

who secretly all felt as though

they were missing out, by never

trying, because that was acceptable

in the Society where they lived,

And they took for granted all their

Freedom, and they just wanted

what they thought they already

had.

 

 

You ever listen to Tom Scott or Grover Washington jr? Seen both in concert at different times Scott actually was giving a clinic at the college I was attending at the time, this guy reminds me a lot of them and style.

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8 minutes ago, fourputt said:

You ever listen to Tom Scott or Grover Washington jr? Seen both in concert at different times Scott actually was giving a clinic at the college I was attending at the time, this guy reminds me a lot of them and style.

shadows, yeah, stuff like that. Grover W, Jr. - East River Drive.

when I was a teen I went to Baker's Keyboard Lounge near Detroit

all the time. I played the drums and the guitar.

I was into jazz big time in the late 1970's

still love it. Amazing artists, geniuses that make you smile

 

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2 minutes ago, TheOldBarn said:

shadows, yeah, stuff like that. Grover W, Jr. - East River Drive.

when I was a teen I went to Baker's Keyboard Lounge near Detroit

all the time. I played the drums and the guitar.

I was into jazz big time in the late 1970's

still love it. Amazing artists, geniuses that make you smile

 

Cool, I wanted to play sax or piano in elementary school but they needed trumpet players instead so I agreed. I got pretty good through high school into my first year of college but then gave it up when the reality hit that I didn't have the full natural ability or ear to pursue a career in music. I did have good enough chops to play lead in college though my upper register was pretty good up to double G but that was it, no Maynard Ferguson here lol.

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some people never appreciate all the breaks they have been given in their own life.

if you were born downtrodden in poverty, and you know you made some big mistakes,

and then, you are given a break, and you earnestly do feel remorse for stealing, even

though at the time all your friends congratulated you for getting away with it, 

yet, you still feel remorse, because you know it was wrong, and other people got

stuck with the highest penalty, it changes your outlook for the rest of your life,

at least it did for me.

hey I went to college, so what. so hey, someone took me in and mentored me,

I cannot ever thank them enough for how I turned out.. Pass it on!!!

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7 hours ago, TheOldBarn said:

Andrew Yang tells us that robots are taking all our jobs,

and it sounds disturbing to think that robots are taking peoples jobs

right and left.

 

The same thing came about with computers, they said we'd do away with 

paper, the paper business is lost, gone.

 

It never happens that way. 

 

It never has happened, and not one journalist ever asked Andrew Yang

about productivity and how it is measured.

 

Not one.

 

Great comparison.  Yang's prediction may or may not be prescient to more or less of a degree.  But all those loud and confident predictions by experts, that computers would do away with paper were the polar opposite of what actually happened.

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