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paulgarber commented on DNR Cartoon Aug. 16

It would have been fitting if he were strangled by his own hands, but these things don't seem to happen.


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I'm thinking about the times I passed somebody on a sidewalk and they passed me their grievance. Think about the nuclear family: Somebody at home has problems and they spread them throughout. When did you last see a fire brigade? Me too.


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It'd be cool if McConnell remained in office but lost his majority. He has a duty to serve his constituents, but a higher obligation to do so in plain sight. Self-dealing can kill any democracy.


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paulgarber commented on Widening I-81

An Ian article is quoted here. True that Sen OBen is spastic, but true that the corridor needs to be expanded. But what about tomorrow- will the freight continue in this volume? This letter explores a different point of view, though: when government serves business it fails the people. Th…

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paulgarber commented on Organized Deceit

There is unladen anger in the House at the president's obfuscation. Fox won't report that, but it's as real as light. And the economy? Foreign affairs? I crooss me fingers behind me baik.


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paulgarber commented on Acknowledging Systemic Issues

That guy Neff who holds the oyster-bible feast every new year should set up a camp ground.


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paulgarber commented on DNR Cartoon Aug. 7

Progression will lead before pessimism- that''s an always thing


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paulgarber commented on More Bloodshed

Signed 1801.


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paulgarber commented on Deplorables

Turnstiles for all, worse than the middle east. I wonder what the business behind SugarLite (formally the print shop on Pleasant Valley) is - they have a pile of crushed cars and heavy duty equipment. That entire block is alive with investment.


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It all comes together regardless of the detail and production labor gets kicked in the teeth again and again.