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Manufactured American opinion, maybe?

I hate to break it to you, but a majority of Americans don't give Israel much thought, one way or another.

No..and Hell No!

and everyone knows it.

Anyone else going to an Election Returns Watch Party in Chicago Tuesday night?

I'm going to see a one man play called "Trump Card" at Theatre Wit on Belmont Ave. It's received great reviews and it's being followed by an

Election Night Returns Pqrty...An anonymous donor is buying everyone two free drinks because "who doesn't need a drink or two after this election"?

I'm expecting it to be fun. You can buy tickets online if you're interested.

I love it!

Yes, but it also shows he doesn't have his facts straight,

e.g. It would have been most unlikely for people from Thailand (Tammy's mother is Thai) to be in America in the 18th century fighting in the Revolutionary War...What Kirk was ignorant of is Tammy's heritage on her fathers side, which apparently included ancestors who fought in that war.


There was no misunderstanding if anyone thought I was suggesting using asterisks..My point was to indicate it as unacceptable using asterisks OR quote marks or any of the other things we do here with offensive terms, I.e. "the "n word". I doubt I can be any clearer than that.

No need to get all huffy and defensive, bean, lol

I'm glad you think you "explained yourself well"....Nothing like patting yourself on the back. By the way, the word in your subject line should be "too", not "to". Have a good one.

Feelings are "reality" for those feeling them. Boxer never CLAIMED violence --he said she felt fear

when she was being verbally abused by a crowd -- Are you going to "prove" she didn't?

Hi..I have a question for NM DUers..Anyone here live in or around Taos?

If so, can you tell me what the differences between Taols and Santa Fe might be in terms of people, atmosphere, etc?

I've been to Santa Fe a couple of times, and I liked it, but it's a little too 'dry and desert-like" for me, if you will.

Judging from pictures only, Taos seems to have more trees and greenery?...Am I correct?

Thanks for your time.
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