I'm using Firefox and here on DU it was freezing every 10 seconds. I unchecked the add-on box and its not freezing up. Wowow. I'm happy. This plugin problem has dogged me for a month. My nightmare is over.
If you have Firefox, do this:
Go to menu and click on add-on.
Click on plugins on left side of page
Go to Shockwave flash and click "options"
You should get page that has check mark box
Uncheck it then close out hitting circle icon.
You've just ended your flash freeze-up problem.
I can't be sure what options says since its not showing after shutting it off, but click anything that looks like it allows flash to be disabled.
To me, it sounds like a silly excuse to get their Wall Street candidate in. And that's all it is--an excuse. I don't wanna just win. I want someone who thinks more of main street than anything else. That's priority number one in my book if you catch my drift.
People working on Bernie's campaign should use this video for house parties/undecided voters.
And hopefully a lot of people saw Bernie's position on issues in this interview and have to come away with a good opinion of him as a candidate.
And I think he handled the Syria question well--referring to having other regional countries get involved who have more of a stake than we do. Well done Sir.
If indeed, a significant number of R-voters go for Bernie in the primaries, Hillary will be out, done, finished, kaput.
The critters need us sometimes when they can't help themselves.
Too poor to afford cable (at least until I finish school). Working on M.A. in Education. Free tuition now would make my life a lot less stressful. So backing Bernie on free college tuition is a no-brainer to me.
At this point in time of the campaign, it is considered late. Joe is not running. Probably can't get enough donors to back him. He ain't going to do it. They simply need to take him out of the polling equation. End of story.
which probably won't have enough teeth to do squat.
If I remember correctly, Delta House was on "Double Secret Probation'" which offered no details whatsoever.
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