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RainCaster

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Gender: Male
Home country: USA
Current location: Left Coast
Member since: Mon Oct 10, 2016, 07:19 PM
Number of posts: 7,572

About Me

A Reformed Republican who has seen evil and shook its hand. (Nixon) He now spends his time trying to change the world for the better.

Journal Archives

Dumbass in Port Hadlock removes his arm

https://www.ptleader.com/stories/update-authorities-id-port-hadlock-man-hurt-in-explosion,75626

A real genius blew off his arm and burned his granddaughter as well while making pipe bombs at his home on Tuesday.

Not much news about this, but I'm guessing he's a patriot of some variety. More will come out, I'm sure the ATF will be inclined to look at this.

WV should be shut out of the infrastructure funding

It is such a partisan issue, we should help their Senators by removing those funds. It will help them when they speak to their fiscally conservative republican constituents.

Netflix: A Monster Calls

It looks scary, and it might be for anyone younger than Jr High. It's adult material (death, bullying), but it turns out to be a very high quality film. I would watch this again.

Two thumbs up.

Washington's Access Online is down

I've been collecting unemployment for some time now. It's my ritual to fill out the online forms every Sunday morning, and today the website is at a snails pace. I am getting kicked out by random server errors, but each time I get one step closer. I can now see that I have emails waiting for me from the state.
All this after having the state tell me that they exposed my bank account transfer information to hackers last year. Incompetence is rampant in my state government. Of course they rewrote the site to use pop-ups, which no modern browser allows.

Lyrics have been a big distraction lately

I always have music going while I'm working during the day. Same when I'm perusing DU. Lately, I noticed how my music client will display the lyrics of the songs I'm listening to. WARNING: big distraction. I love watching the lyrics being posted in front of me. Satisfies an inner need to understand what the geniuses are saying to me...

I've gotta stop this, or I will never get anything done.

Too frightening
To listen to a stranger
Too beautiful
To put your pride in danger
You're waiting for
Someone to understand you

But you've got demons in your closet
(You've got demons in your closet)
And you're screaming out to stop it
(And you're screaming out to stop it)
Saying life's begun to cheat you
Friends are out to beat you
Grab on to what you can scramble for

I will get my shot tomorrow- the opportunities are expanding

My wife too! I'm 62, and she's (less than that), so we don't qualify yet, except for one thing. Our daughter is living at home with us, and she's in health care. So now the list has expanded in my state to include those in health care households. It makes sense. The vaccine opportunities are opening up...

The DOJ can make it difficult for Trump to ever run for office

If he is in prison for the rest of his life, it will be very difficult for him to run for office. Even harder for anyone to justify sending any funds to his campaign.

Thank you for the heart!

I needed that.

Dorf: What the Constitution's Text Does Not Say Plainly About Impeachment

This is a very well written piece by one of our country's foremost legal scholars. It's open to all, so feel free to click here and enjoy the whole article, along with the supporting links.

TL/DR: Just because the Constitution does not explicitly say you can convict a former POTUS, does not mean you can't.

The thunder rolls- metal remix of Garth Brooks

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