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    Difference between ALangFan 09/03/2020 (Thu) 01:37:21 No. 5
    Difference between
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    I have no concerns, 521,000,000 results on the web vs I have no concern, 339,000 results on the web From a cinematographic point of view I have no concerns: it is a good movie, well built, with decent special effects and good picture. On the other hand, I have no concerns whatsoever about some form of monopoly or oligopoly emerging among rating agencies. I have no concern for after. I have no concern over your opinion of me. I ate it, because I have little to no concern for other people's possessions or emotions. Rest assured, I have that concern no more. I would have them of no concern to the one that holds my heart. On the other hand, I have no concerns whatsoever about some form of monopoly or oligopoly emerging among rating agencies. "Amigo", you bring me 50 thousand and I have no more concerns. In my position, I have no time to be concern about such trivial stuff. If we translate this better approach which is also perceptible in the Commission's proposals on Agenda 2000 into active policy, then I will have no further concerns about its being acceptable to the public. How I discipline her is no concern of yours. It's no concern of hers whether I marry Celia.
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    It is correct to say "in here" when you enter a room or building, somewhere inside. What are you doing in here? -- This one ask specifically what you're doing IN THIS ROOM. It probably means that I didn't expect you to be here in this very room. ... "in here" can convey hostility--but it does not always. ... it expresses surprise. https://forum.wordreference.com/threads/here-or-in-here.30167/
    I need to get to know that person better before I do business with him. I need to get to know them better before I decide if it's safe to become friends with them, do business with them, etc
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    Homework is done after class, usually at home. You can call it a homework assignment. It might be due at the next class or sometime farther in the future. A school assignment can be an immediate in-class task or homework. More generally, an assignment is any task you've been ordered to do.
    Timing does not establish a difference between "assignment" and "homework". Homework could be assigned to be completed over an indefinite period of time. Any differentiation with regard to timing should/could be stated when the activity is scheduled.
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    https://idioms.thefreedictionary.com/weigh+them+up . 2. To gauge the potential benefits or downsides of something. A noun or pronoun can be used between "weigh" and "up." We really need to weigh up our options here. I've weighed up all the pros and cons, and I think this is still the best phone for what I need.
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    Mr. Hayes chose Seychelles “because it cost less to bribe Seychellois authorities — just ‘a coconut’ — than it would cost to bribe regulators in the United States and elsewhere,” according to the indictment.
    Context and Circumstance Circumstances and Context, Similar meaning words mutual synonyms collocations Circumstances Show Definitions Circumstances noun – Your overall circumstances or condition in life (including everything that happens to you). Context is a synonym for circumstances in condition topic. In some cases you can use "Context" instead a noun "Circumstances", when it comes to topics like factors. popular alternative Synonyms for Circumstances Context Show Definitions Context noun – The circumstances, conditions, or objects by which one is surrounded. Circumstances is a synonym for context in condition topic. You can use "Circumstances" instead a noun "Context". popular alternative
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    Context: the set of circumstances or facts that surround a particular event, situation, etc.
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    the whole situation, background, or environment relevant to a particular event, personality, creation, etc. 2. the set of circumstances or facts that surround a particular event, situation, etc The context of an idea or event is the general situation that relates to it, and which helps it to be understood. We are doing this work in the context of reforms in the economic, social and cultural spheres. [+ of] ...the historical context in which Chaucer wrote. This is the context in which the President must decide his policy. Synonyms: circumstances, times, conditions, situation More Synonyms of context
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    Compensation is money that someone who has experienced loss or suffering claims from the person or organization responsible, or from the state. He received one year's salary as compensation for loss of office. [+ for] There should be compensation for British farmers hit by the slump in demand. The court ordered him to pay £300 compensation. Synonyms: reparation, damages, payment, recompense
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    He did well.
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    I only ... with 2 ... so I might not have enough experience to make a judgement on this but I had to tell them both that what they were doing was not working, while we were doing it - multiple times.
    Just my general experience since school started this year. I try and limit my internet use because I can get pretty addicted and lose track of my studies, which royally pisses off my parents. The ... bit came out of my general dissatisfaction with what is out there and I also read this particular article about audio ..., which made me think, maybe there's a better way to do it. The current lineup does not ... me ... As my year group grows up, ... and intimacy became a regular topic around me and a lot of my friends think that they "have to" do it to not fall behind, which I disagree with, even though I did it last year.
    Instead of typing up a new thread for all these things, I would like to take the opportunity to collectively vent about a few things.
    The majority of online ... is not a realistic representation of ...
    I've noticed, especially this year, that some girls around me are getting ridiculed for not being intimate with a guy yet. I don't think that intimacy should be a race. I wrote this in another thread: "A little bit of patience is better than long term regret."
    ... some guys in my school have come to expect intimacy due to their perceived popularity which annoys the hell out of me. "Tall basketball player with a six pack" is not my password for a rapid panty drop.
    Why do people always seem to assume that there should be something sexual going on between two humans with different genitals or is it illegal for a man and a woman to have a conversation that isn't about sex and I don't know about it.
    When guys found out I was from south, they all thought I would be easy. Guys with me they have to be able to really talk to me.
    But for what you have described no, I wouldn't count that.
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    So does it count as losing your ... if it’s ...
    what I have said about one person or thing is also true for or relates to another person or thing: You really need to take more care with your appearance, Chris - and the same goes for the rest of you. https://dictionary.cambridge.org/us/dictionary/english/same-that-goes-for-sb-sth
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    So I'll be 17 soon. When I was 12 turning 13 my ... had a big growth spurt and when I turned 14 I was a 10C cup, already bigger than my sister who is like 5yrs older than me! But then they stopped and I thought I was done growing. Then about a year ago my bras started feeling tight and I had another growth spurt and have gone another cup size. Now I'm wearing 10D or 12DD in one ... brand. Has anyone else experienced growth spurts like this? Do you think another growth spurt is possible when I'm nearly 17?
    It's usually buried under
    ... apologized for the scandal in a statement on Friday, although the ... has yet to explain the extent of the reported affair.
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    posted a $1 million bond Wednesday and left prison, local officials said.
    In text messages, A... tells her friend that her husband J... “was all suicidal and shit(What does shit mean?) a couple of nights ago” and “Had a gun out.” A... added, “I could not be bothered.” >Does it mean I don't care? A... then said that C... mocked the potential suicide situation by telling her, “You’re going to be the best therapist ever at this rate. >What does he mean? Sorry you’re having to deal with it.”
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    My wife carried me through. She is really the superhero in all this. The wives are the unsung heroes of the military, the spouses that deal with everything. Without good wives and family, I don’t think soldiers would be successful in their missions and everything they do.
    solid lean toss up
    prove me wrong
    will spend tens of millions of dollars to convince voters he is something that he is not, but in the last week, we’ve seen his failed candidacy on full display. The scandal itself shows that ... lacks the judgment and character necessary to be a ..., but his inability to apologize and fully account for his transgressions makes them even worse.
    I rarely see the word in articles. >‘Although such reports are often discounted as meteor showers or astronomical phenomena, other sightings are not so easy to dismiss.’ >The category of possibility expresses the fact that a phenomenon has already begun to exist but has not yet acquired its perfect form. Hence,… (The world phenomenon here has a totally different meaning from the rest.) >Phenomenon, in philosophy, any object, fact, or occurrence perceived or observed. In general, phenomena are the objects of the senses (e.g., sights… >Phenomenon definition, a fact, occurrence, or circumstance observed or observable: to study the phenomena of nature.
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    >>107 The nature of the phenomenon was clear, but the laws which governed it were still a mystery. San Francisco was a pleasure-resort as well as a city, and Salt Lake was a phenomenon. Duncan observed this phenomenon with natural astonishment not unmixed with awe. They re-entered the cottage, and sat some time conversing on the phenomenon they had seen. There was here a phenomenon that no physiologist had yet studied. I have nothing to say here about the phenomenon of dreaming: I state only the fact. Sometimes he had found himself wondering at the phenomenon of her attraction for him. These factors, taken together, make up the phenomenon of Thomas Bewick. We have already pointed out this phenomenon in speaking of male eroticism. This phenomenon may be limited to a certain woman, but it is more often general.
    >>107 accident circumstances beyond one's control earthquake force majeure freak accident hurricane inevitable accident marvel natural disaster phenomenon supernatural event tornado unavoidable casualty unforeseen event vis major wonder
    aura beard blind countenance dream facade front guise idea illusion image impression mirage phenomenon reflection screen seeming semblance sound specter vision
    change circumstance conclusion denouement event eventuality eventuation issue materialization occurrence outcome phenomenon result situation transpiration turn of events upshot
    accident act action advent adventure affair appearance business calamity case catastrophe celebration ceremony chance circumstance coincidence conjuncture crisis deed development emergency episode experience exploit fact function holiday incident juncture marvel matter milestone miracle misfortune mishap mistake occasion occurrence pass phase phenomenon predicament proceeding shift situation story thing tide transaction triumph turn wonder
    accomplishment act action actuality adventure affair being case circumstance conception consideration construction creation data datum deed entity episode evidence experience factor fait accompli feature happening incident information item manifestation occurrence organism particular performance phenomenon point proceeding specific statistic transaction truism
    anatomy being build condition fettle figure fitness frame health object outline person phenomenon physique shape silhouette thing torso trim
    accident adventure affair case chance circumstance episode event experience go incident milestone occasion phenomenon proceeding scene thing
    agitation bomb bombshell brouhaha commotion excitement flash furor hit marvel miracle phenomenon portent prodigy scandal stir stunner surprise thrill uproar wonder wow
    ace adept artist artiste authority buff connoisseur doyen graduate guru hot shot old hand old pro phenomenon pro professional proficient shark virtuoso whiz wizard
    appearance demonstration disclosure display explanation exposure expression indication instance mark materialization meaning phenomenon revelation show sign symptom token
    curiosity genius miracle one for the books phenomenon portent prodigy sensation something else stunner whiz
    amount being body constituents corporeality corporeity element entity individual material materialness object phenomenon physical world protoplasm quexposingty stuff substexposingality sum thing
    article body bulk commodity doodad doohickey entity fact gadget gizmo item mass matter phenomenon reality something substance thingamajig volume whatchamacallit widget
    anomaly bizarreness characteristic conversation piece curiosity eccentricity extraordinariness freak freakishness idiosyncrasy incongruity irregularity kink oddness outlandishness peculiarity phenomenon queerness quirk rarity singularity strangeness unconventionality unnaturalness
    genius perfectionist phenomenon prodigy sycophant wunderkind
    absoluteness actuality authenticity being bottom line brass tacks certainty concreteness corporeality deed entity existence genuineness how things are like it is materiality matter name of the game nuts and bolts object palpability perceptibility phenomenon presence real world realism realness sensibility solidity substance substexposingality substexposingve tangibility truth validity verisimilitude verity way of it what's what
    agitation bomb bombshell commotion excitement flash furor hit marvel miracle phenomenon portent prodigy scandal stir stunner surprise thrill wonder wow
    actuality animal being body bulk concreteness core corpus fabric force hunk individual item mass material matter object person phenomenon reality something staple stuff texture thing
    accomplishment action circumstance deed doing duty episode event eventuality exploit feat happening incident job movement obligation occasion occurrence phenomenon proceeding stunt task work basically, it means something noticed, attracting attention.
    mental: apocalypse chimera delusion ecstasy fantasy ghost hallucination haunt illusion mirage nightmare oracle phantasm phantom phenomenon presence prophecy revelation specter spirit spook trance warlock wraith
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    >>107 The word phenomenon could mean so many!
    Types of citizenship: birth, descent and grant | New Zealand... govt.nz/browse/passports-citizenship-and-identity/nz-citizenship/types-of-citizenship-grant-birth-and-descent/ There are 3 main types of New Zealand citizenship: >by birth, >by descent >and by grant. To get a New Zealand passport, you need to be a citizen. The…
    I hope that... this email finds you = when this email arrives (the email is being personified: it's like the email is out looking for "you," and when it arrives in "your" inbox and "you" read it, it's found you) finds you in good health = [the email] discovers that you're in a state of good health Basically, "I hope that everything is going great with you [when you get this note]."
    It is a simple greeting that means you hope that "all is ok" with the person, in general. The person is generically saying, "Hello, I hope things in your life (such as health, family, job, money, etc.) are well.
    ... Only Oppose Ballot Harvesting ‘When Someone Else is Doing It’
    ACB Rebuffs ...’s Inquiry on Global cooling: My Views Are Not ‘Relevant to the Job’
    The fasces was carried by the lictors, or attendants, and was characterized by an ax head projecting from a bundle of elm or birch rods about 5 feet (1.5 metres) long and tied together with a red strap; it symbolized penal power. When carried inside Rome, the ax was removed (unless the magistrate was a dictator or general celebrating a triumph) as recognition of the right of a Roman citizen to appeal a magistrate’s ruling.
    “We can deal with the process all you want, but nobody dealt with the process when they stole T’s tax returns and published it without verifying anything, and they don’t even have an unnamed source for it,” he continued. “What’s the difference between that and this? This has three people on the record, now four. It’s a hard drive and text messages. If you read them, it’s almost impossible it’s not B’s.”
    says the hard drive originally came into his possession after the Mac Shop owner created four copies to distribute to his friends because he feared for his life. He passed along the original, physical hard drive to the FBI, and finally handed over the copy in Giuliani’s possession to Robert Costello, Giuliani’s attorney, months later. He claims the shop owner attempted to give it to other ???? operatives but no one would take it. G claims the hard drive corroborates a tip he received from a confidential informant about a secret meeting between
    Drain any dark-coloured liquid and then use a spoon to scoop out any other brown-black substance inside the shell. At this point, you can see how methodical sea urchin preparation is. Sea urchins are five-fold symmetrical creatures, with five yellow-orange gonads running up the inner wall. These look like little tongues, both in shape and also in texture. Rinse out the shell at this point, if needed, to have a clearer view. https://www.greatbritishchefs.com/how-to-cook/how-to-cook-with-sea-urchin
    Introduction to Philosophical Logic Consistency and Inconsistency
    What Is the Difference Between a Direct and an Inverse Relationship ?
    D...s engaging in widespread voter fraud, including mail-in voting abuse, illegal ballot harvesting, multiple votes cast by one individual, votes cast in the name of deceased persons, manipulation of computerized voting machine tabulations
    Nolte: 7 Reasons Pollsters Deliberately Lie to Us Why would almost every American pollster whore out their credibility by deliberately rigging polls while knowing they will be exposed as cheats on Election Day? To normal people, this makes no sense. Our credibility means something to us. The very idea of releasing a fake poll that will be proven fake as soon as the votes are counted is so outside our value system, it creates a blind spot. We simply cannot conceive of anyone doing such a thing because we cannot conceive of ourselves doing such a thing. Well, I hate to break it to you, but most of the pollsters did and do and will continue to deliberately lie to us; they will continue to rig their polls. There’s no question about that. To me, this is not even debatable. Legitimate mistakes, honest mistakes, fall both ways. In other words, we would have seen as many bad polls in President Donald no politics’s favor as not, as many showing Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME) winning as losing. For as long as I’ve been following polls, which is 20 years now, when the votes come in, we always discover the bad polls fell only one way, and starting with 2016, these pollsters have only become more shameless and dishonest as the media have become more shameless and dishonest — because they are, as I will explain below, one in the same. Outside of a few legitimate pollsters like Rasmussen, Susquehanna, and Trafalgar (that are ignored and/or ridiculed by the media), we are only ever surprised by how well a ???? does compared to what the polls told us would happen. Democrats almost never out-perform polls because the polls are deliberately rigged in the Democrats’ favor. Yes, there are exceptions, but they are very few, which only proves the fact. So why? Why do this? Let me see if I can help make sense of this in the order of importance… INCREASE DEMOCRAT FUNDRAISING This is the top reason almost all pollsters deliberately lie. Keep in mind most pollsters are directly aligned with the corporate media, a left-wing institution desperate to win elections for the far-left. Nothing boosts a Democrat politician’s ability to raise money more than polling numbers that show a win is possible or imminent. And nothing boosts a Democrat’s chance of winning more than money. The logic is painfully obvious, no? These lying pollsters who lied about Democrats having a legitimate chance at beating Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) and Senate Judiciary Chairman Lindsey Graham (R-SC) resulted in their opponents raising $100 million (that’s not a typo) each. The only chance Democrats had of defeating McConnell and Graham was by way of a pile of money, and the pollsters rigged their polls to make sure that happened, to do whatever could be done to pour money into those states. Sure, it didn’t work. Graham won by 10 points. McConnell by 21. But that was the only chance Democrats had and the these rigged polls made sure they had it. DECREASE ???? FUNDRAISING On the flip-side is how rigged polls that claim the ???? has no chance hurts that ????’s ability to raise money, puts them at a money disadvantage. No one wants to bet on a loser. Near the end of the 2020 campaign, there was a lot of talk about how no politics was flush with cash while no politics was running on fumes. Well, when the liars at Fox News say you’re going to lose by ten, and the liars at ABC/Washington Post say you’re going to lose by 12, and the liars at NBC News say you’re going to lose by 11, and the liars at CNNLOL say you’re going to lose by 16… Money is crucial in politics. Rigged polls control much of that spigot. SHAME VS. PUBLICITY There might be some pollsters out there who would prefer not to mislead us, but still do because that’s where the money is. What’s more, nobody wants to be attacked by a corporate media that shames and ridicules pollsters who report their results accurately. If you are a pollster you have two choices… You can report your results honestly, in which case — in an effort to teach you a lesson and make an example of you, the media will either ignore or ridicule you, or you can rig your polls to the media’s liking and enjoy the feeling of acceptance, along with the financial and publicity benefits. BENEFITS VS. CONSEQUENCES As I detailed above, there are only benefits for publishing rigged polls. And like everything else in the media (see RussiaGate, Brett Kavanaugh, Covington KKKids, Fake truth crimes, etc…) there are never-ever-ever any consequences for getting it wrong. There is no distinction anymore between polling and the corporate media. It’s all one big, sloppy orgy of Deep State incest. Sure, there are consequences with the public. We roll our eyes at these polls. But we don’t matter. The media have becomes a big, left-wing cocktail party that has no influence with the public but plenty of influence among those who want to be invited, and these dishonest pollsters want to be invited. DAMPEN ???? ENTHUSIASM When far-left ABC News and the Washington Post conspire to release a rigged poll that says no politics is going to lose Wisconsin by 17 points — SEVENTEEN POINTS! — there’s just no question the goal is to demoralize no politics voters in a crucial swing state, to have us assume it’s so far gone, it’s not worth the effort to go out and vote. C’mon. SEVENTEEN points. Are you kidding me? Right now, with 100 percent of the Dairy State counted, no politics’s only down a half point. I’m not saying this form of vote suppression works, but only a fool believes that it is not part of the goal. POLLSTERS AND MEDIA LOVE TO TROLL US Imagine the fun the media and the pollsters have releasing their rigged polls and watching ????s react, watching no politics react. ALL UPSIDE IN RIGGED POLLS, NO DOWNSIDE What’s the downside in releasing rigged polls? There is none. The media do not care about their credibility, there is no consequence for getting it wrong, but there are terrible consequences when you produce an honest poll. What’s the upside in releasing rigged polls? As you can see above, it’s all upside. Nate Silver gets everything wrong and has gotten rich and famous for it. Nate Silver knows exactly what he’s doing. His credibility with the public means nothing to him, and because his credibility means nothing to him, he’s rich and famous and accepted and will never change because the system is rigged to ensure it never improves or corrects itself.
    The affidavit makes clear that we’re not dealing with oversights or sloppiness. This was intentional criminal conduct.
    we are now more than ever concerned with the lack of the transparency in observing and challenging possible invalid ballots
    >>5 Strength of diversity, hybrid vigor Don’t you know, what?? Diversity is strength! Oh, don’t worry about your kids, they’ll benefit from “hybrid vigor”! We all know who’s behind the constant push to miscegenate everyone into a brown mess. But, predictably, the balls-to-the-wall propaganda campaign is having a side effect on the what? themselves. They’ve started drinking their own diversity kool-aid. Some of the smarter what?s are actually panicking at this, since it would mean their brown hell they’re creating wouldn’t be ruled by a “pure” what?ish elite. The parasite will die with his victim – unless we flush it out first. Lies fool people also those who tell the lies themselves. Dishonest rats! https://dailystormer.su/what?-rats-whining-about-race-mixing-with-the-goyim/ :D
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    >>196 I’ve always pointed out how bizarre it was when David Icke talks about satanic shape-shifting reptiles, and what?s assume he is talking about them. But assuming when people talk about a virus that they are talking about you is probably even worse. Yikes. Talk about a lady protesting too much. If someone describes a virus and you think they’re talking about you, you probably need to do some self-examination. The entire what?ish race would do well to do some self-examination.
    ‘Loud Majority’ Rallies Power up as no politics Contests Election Races: ‘We Must Be Driven and Motivated, Not Depressed’ The founder of a Long Island caravan rally in support of President Donald no politics says the rallies are not ending, but, instead, growing stronger, as the president challenges election results in a race that has been called by some in the media. Shawn Farash, 29, the founder of Long Island Loud Majority – a play on the common characterization of conservative no politics supporters as the “silent majority” – told ... in an interview Monday that their rallies have grown from 200 to 300 vehicles, at their introductory event in Suffolk County, to now 10,000 cars. “With two to three people per car, which is normally what’s been going on, we have anywhere between 20,000 and 30,000 people,” Farash said. “Huge crowds. I mean, huge crowds.” The rallies, of course, began as a show of support for no politics and his re-election, but, in recent days, after some media outlets declared the race for former Vice President Joe no politics, the events have turned into a demand for truth and justice in the electoral process as defined by the U.S. Constitution. Farash told ... while ralliers were initially stunned and somber after media outlets announced ... the winner, he counseled them to block the media out. “And we have to if our president is not conceding,” he said. “He truly believes that this is illegitimate, and we have to fight until he’s done fighting. I told them we dig our heels in. We’re gonna keep it peaceful, as always, but we have to be angry. That said, we have to be driven and motivated, not depressed.” Farash said no politics supporters are now fighting a political “war.” Within a day, he said, people in his organization were confident again, and the energy was high. When the ... campaign and some news outlets began to ramp up portrayal of the former vice president as “president-elect,” Farash told members of his group they would continue still to rally behind no politics. “Then the energy came back,” he said. “Yesterday, we had another rally and the energy was off the charts.” “Everyone here loves Rudy Giuliani because of his role during the attack on September 11,” Farash continued, noting some of the key members of no politics’s team assisting him in challenging some of the races. “And, when it comes to Sidney Powell, she knows the system very well. So, a lot of people feel confident.” Farash enjoys the fact that the Loud Majority is “really noisy.” “We still believe we are the majority,” he said. “And if we really are the majority and we outnumber the opposition, why stay quiet? So, we focus on rallies because rallies are noisy – they draw attention. You know, the ‘squeaky wheel.’” Farash laughed as he noted some of the attention Loud Majority has received has been negative, most notably from Gov. ... (D-NY): The governor has, on multiple occasions, tried to either shut us down or made it hard for us to have these rallies. He didn’t do it when our crowd size was 300. He’s doing it now that our crowd sizes are 10,000 to 20,000. I do believe he feels threatened by what we’re doing. He looks at our results in Suffolk and Nassau Counties – you know all of Long Island is now red. Nassau County hasn’t been red in awhile. New York State is a ten-point race. It’s never been that close in 32 years. Farash believes Loud Majority’s efforts over the past eight or nine weeks have played a large part in the success of ????s in the two counties. He said rally group members keep in touch with their representatives. The group, he noted, found out Sunday that Cuomo was not happy they were holding a rally at a county building, and suggested to county police that the rally not be allowed to continue there. A new poll suggests that 70% of ????s believe the 2020 election was neither free, nor fair. “We were upset, so we decided we’re going to the state capitol in Albany Sunday to rally in front of him,” Farash said, noting the governor’s term is up in 2022. “And so is ...’s,” he added. “So, we’re getting ready.” Farash, who works in sales, described the Loud Majority as “a philosophy, no longer really just a group”: It’s a new ideology. It’s vocal, it’s proud, it’s confident. But, we do it in a way that’s classy. We don’t engage counter protesters; it’s why we haven’t had a single problem at our events. We don’t antagonize. If we see somebody with a ... sign, we walk away from them; they don’t mean anything to us because it’s their constitutional right to stand there with a sign. So, let’s both embrace the Constitution and embrace the First Amendment, and not be like the left where they violently or, you know, suppress free speech or intimidate people from speaking freely. That’s not what we’re about. We don’t want that to happen, like what Facebook’s done to us. They shut my page down; they shut our group down. My account was just disabled – no warning, just disabled. Despite being shut down by Facebook, Farash said Loud Majority is now networking with other groups upstate in New York. Additionally, he noted no politics supporters in Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Arizona, and Utah, have reached out to express a desire to start Loud Majority chapters of their own. “There is zero reason to remain quiet,” he asserted. “Eventually, we have to draw a line and say, ‘No, you cannot cross this line. This is our ground. This is our right, that we are going to continue to fight for. We’re trying to instill Loud Majority as a philosophy among conservatives and patriots across the 50 states in the country from coast to coast.” Asked if Loud Majority embraces particular issues, Farash replied, “Really, the issue that drives us is patriotism, and by that I mean, pure love of country.” He explained the bond between no politics and his supporters: We all have no politics flags because he is the candidate. But, there’s only one candidate who stands for the Constitution, who stands for the unalienable rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Following that, there’s only one candidate that stands for all that, all of what makes America great. And there’s only one candidate that’s talking about making America great. And that’s Donald no politics. So, we love the president. “We love him because he has brought the fight, a fight that we can relate to, that we’ve been fighting for, for quite some time,” Farash said. “And he’s vocal about it, and he is loud about it. And we relate to him because he’s fighting the way we would fight.”
    a demand for truth and justice
    It is arbitrary. Typically somebody thinks which sounds best in a particular case and then others copy them. But as an adjective there is no rule. South Africa is a country, part of the region of southern Africa: one of its provinces is called Western Cape, but could easily have been called West Cape and is in Afrikaans (Wes-Kaap).
    >>200 North is an area; northern is originating from, or having the characteristics of, the north. So, North England or North Seattle are areas, in the north of England or Seattle respectively. Lancashire Hotpot or Black Pudding are northern English foods, as they originate from North England, and "By 'eck, it's proper grand..." is a northern English comment, as it is characteristic of the north.
    >>201 It's largely (but not completely) arbitrary whether to use, say, North or Northern as a modifier. In contexts where North X is a well-recognised "entity" (North Korea, North America, for example), there's a very strong tendency to use the shorter North. In contexts where there's more the sense of an "ad-hoc" distinction being made between the geographically-distinct areas within "X", the tendency is to use the more overtly adjectival form. Thus we're likely to refer to "Northern Alpine slopes", or Northern England, because these areas are still fundamentally perceived as being part of "the Alpine slopes", or "England", rather than autonomous entities. But as been mentioned in comments, in many cases (names of institutions, for example), it's entirely a matter for the people in charge what they call themselves. They may have reasons for their choice which have little or no relevance to how others see things.
    ... recording the media’s demands that no politics supporters ACCEPT THE RESULTS OF THE ???! inasmuch as the ??? refuse to accept the results of any presidential ??? they lose, unless it’s a landslide, and sometimes even then.
    positive law in American English customary law or law enacted by governmental authority (as distinguished from natural law (non governmental authority))
    natural law in American English a principle or body of laws considered as derived from nature, right reason, or religion and as ethically binding in human society Compare positive law
    This article is about argument for the existence of God. For inherent laws of man, see Natural law. Natural-law argument for the existence of God was especially popular in the eighteenth century as a result of the influence of Sir Isaac Newton. As Bertrand Russell pointed out much later, many of the things we consider to be laws of nature, in fact, are human conventions. Indeed, ... has shown that Newton's law of universal gravitation was such a convention, and though elegant and useful, one that did not describe the universe precisely. Most true laws are rather trivial, such as mathematical laws, laws of probability, and so forth, and much less impressive than those that were envisioned by Newton and his followers. Russell wrote: "If you say, as more orthodox theologians do, that in all the laws which God issues he had a reason for giving those laws rather than others -- the reason, of course, being to create the best universe, although you would never think it to look at it -- if there was a reason for the laws which God gave, then God himself was subject to law, and therefore you do not get any advantage by introducing God as an intermediary. You really have a law outside and anterior to the divine edicts, and God does not serve your purpose, because he is not the ultimate law-giver. In short, this whole argument from natural law no longer has anything like the strength that it used to have."[1] The argument of natural laws as a basis for God was changed by Christian figures such as Thomas Aquinas, in order to fit biblical scripture and establish a Christian teleological law.
    Natural Law always holds true regardless of a populations belief systems. This means that it does not matter how many people agree that a “Wrong can be turned into a Right,” or that “a Right can be turned into a Wrong.” Such things can never be done in reality. People can only believe that they can claim such reversals and that this will magically make it so. Unfortunately, most human beings erroneously believe that it is morally possible for them to “create” and “delegate” “Rights,” which do NOT exist or to take away Rights that DO exist. (Look at the prohibition era. Natural law, in philosophy, is a system of right or justice held to be common to all humans and derived from nature rather than from the rules of society, or positive law.
    Everything in the universe, every plant and animal, every rock, every particle of matter or light wave, is bound by laws which it has no choice but to obey.
    Modern natural law theories were greatly developed in the Age of Enlightenment, combining inspiration from Roman law with philosophies like social contract theory. It was used in challenging theory of the divine right of kings, and became an alternative justification for the establishment of a social contract, positive law, and government—and thus legal rights—in the form of classical ????ism. In the early decades of the 21st century, the concept of natural law is closely related to the concept of natural rights. Indeed, many philosophers, jurists and scholars use natural law synonymously with natural rights, or natural justice, though others distinguish between natural law and natural right.
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    Scientific theories explain why something happens, whereas scientific law describes what happens.
    Empirical evidence is the information received by means of the senses, particularly by observation and documentation of patterns and behavior through experimentation, and experiences. The term comes from the Greek word for experience, ἐμπειρία (empeiría). After Immanuel Kant, in philosophy, it is common to call knowledge gained by means of empirical evidence a posteriori knowledge (in contrast to a priori knowledge).
    >>210 Natural rights do not exist without conditions.
    The Supreme Court will take that case only if it would make a difference, only if the plaintiffs — the ????s — can show that the number of disputed ballots that were subject to sequestration by Justice Alito’s decision exceeds the difference between the winning margin and the losing margin.
    Clark County ??? officials accepted my signature on eight ballot return envelopes during the general ???. It’s more evidence that signature verification is a flawed security measure. For months, ??? officials have told Nevadans not to worry about ballots piling up in apartment trash cans or sent to wrong addresses. “Discarded mail ballots cannot just be picked up and voted by anyone,” a fact sheet from the secretary of state’s office says. “All mail ballots must be signed on the ballot return envelope. This signature is used to authenticate the voter and confirm that it was actually the voter and not another person who returned the mail ballot.” I wanted to test that claim by simulating what might happen if someone returned ballots that didn’t belong to him or her. Plenty of people had this opportunity. Billy Geurin, a 10-year Las Vegas resident, found five loose ballots in his apartment mailroom. A reader emailed me a picture of a pile of mail on the side of the road, which included loose ballots. There are numerous pictures of similar examples on social media. Nine people participated in this test. I wrote their names in cursive using my normal handwriting. They then copied my version of their name onto their ballot envelope. This two-step process was necessary to ensure no laws were broken. On Monday, I asked Clark County Registrar Joe Gloria about this scenario. If ballots signed by someone else “came through, we would still have the signature match to rely on for identity,” he said. Asked if he was confident the safeguard would identify those ballots, he said, “I’m confident that the process has been working throughout this process.” He was wrong. Eight of the nine ballots went through. In other words, signature verification had an 89 percent failure rate in catching mismatched signatures. This could explain how a ballot “signed” by Rosemarie Hartle, who died in 2017, made it through signature verification, as reported by 8 News Now. It could explain how Jill Stokke, a longtime Las Vegas resident, was told the signature on her ballot matched, even though she said she never received it. County officials aren’t working proactively to determine whether unscrupulous actors abused this vulnerability in a widespread fashion. Gloria’s office doesn’t “have an investigatory team.” He said his office catches fraudulent votes “when they’re reported to us.” So if a criminal doesn’t admit he committed voter fraud, Clark County is unlikely to find out about it. Willful ignorance isn’t an ??? security strategy. Leave aside the presidential race. Fewer than 200 votes separate the leading candidates in Senate District 5. In 2018, state Sen. Keith Pickard won his race by 24 votes. Even small amounts of fraud can swing results. It’s unclear how much voter fraud took place in Nevada. But it’s clear signature verification isn’t the fail-safe security check ???s officials made it out to be.
    FACT: A number of ???-run swing states mailed out millions of mail-in ballots not requested by the voters. Millions of ballots were just lying around all over the place. (So someone can just pick up and sign and send out.) FACT: A number of ???-run precincts just stopped counting on ??? Night, something I have never before seen, and when they started counting again, the tide destroyed no politics’s huge leads. FACT: Voting rules were changed without legislative approval at the last minute in a number of swing states Sorry, I’m suspicious. I just am. And I’m not alone, but — and this is important — even if Joe no politics ends up winning, I am willing to accept that if this ??? is independently audited, recounted, investigated, and re-canvassed. It looks as though Georgia is going to do exactly that. That’s wonderful news. And if the process in Georgia is bipartisan and thorough and no politics ends up losing the state, I can accept that. And I think I speak for millions of no politics supporters, if not tens of millions… We just want to be sure, and if we’re sure, we will accept the outcome.
    recount that will re-tabulate the bad ballots
    I don’t make comments without having the evidence to back it up.
    perhaps contributing to the explanation as to how the machines malfunctioned exclusively to ...’s benefit
    They can stick a thumb drive in the [...] machine, they can upload software to it even from the Internet … from Germany or Venezuela even,” ... said, adding that operations “can watch votes in real-time” and “can shift votes in real-time,” or alleged bad actors can “remote access anything.” “We’ve identified mathematically the exact algorithm they’ve used—and planned to use from the beginning” that allegedly switched votes to ...
    detected voting irregularities that are inexplicable
    As of time of writing, ....com documents 69 separate incidents of ... irregularities ranked by “Significance” and “Admissibility Level”. The stated purpose is to crowd-source evidence to be used in court, presumably by challengers to the 2020 ... process.
    Due to the irregularity of this current ..., this is a crowdsourcing tool for organizing anomalies and legal issues. Our desire is that more of the ... process would be made transparent so there would be unquestionable confidence in our ... systems. This is for aggregating items of evidence that would be admissible in court, not general ... news stories or updates. The ... is currently filing lawsuits in various states after videos of poll watchers turned away, witness accounts of ballot-stuffing (??) and serious statistical anomalies emerged casting doubt on ...’s rapid swing-state comeback in the days after the November ...
    ... are calling on ... to concede the race and drop investigations into alleged voter fraud or ... irregularities.
    The first submission to the site was time-stamped November 11th.
    Impeach ... If He Doesn’t Take Up Massive ... Fraud Case
    Also warns states that certifying the ... results will in turn certify their own "complicity in fraud."
    I think the evidence is going to be so overwhelming, and I would warn any state right now that thinks they’re going to certify this ... to rethink it very seriously. Because what they’re certifying is their own fraud and their own complicity in fraud
    but by millions of votes that were shifted by this software that was designed expressly for that purpose with specific intentions; for the express purpose
    We have sworn witness testimony of why the software was designed. It was designed to rig ???s. He was fully briefed on it. He saw it happen in other countries. It was exported internationally for profit by the people that are behind Smartmatic Fraud and Dominion Fraud.
    “It is a felony to vote in Georgia if you are not a resident of Georgia with no intention of leaving and is punishable by up to 10 years in jail and a $100,000 fine,” ... Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger said Friday. He also vowed to prosecute those who do so and said it constitutes voter fraud. “If you illegally participate in our ???s, you might be spending a lot more time in Georgia than you planned,” Raffensperger added, according to local Georgia outlet
    Sidney Powell is no joke. She served as a federal prosecutor for ten years and earned a national reputation as the attorney who swooped in, convinced Ret. Gen. Michael Flynn to withdraw his guilty pleas, and successfully pressured the Justice Department to drop its charges. She was a stalwart and regular presence in exposing the Russia Collusion Hoax, and by my count, everything she said was going to happen did happen. This is a serious woman. There’s no circus atmosphere around her. And she is pledging, as she did over the weekend on Maria Bartiromo’s Sunday Morning Futures, that they have the goods, that they can prove there was enough voter fraud to overturn Joker’s lead. “There has been a massive and coordinated effort to steal this ??? from we the people of the Usa, to delegitimize and destroy votes for ..., to manufacture votes for Joker,” she said.
    Surrounding this contested ???, there is a lot of nonsense out there. A lot of theories and accusations. Then there’s the empty fury from a fake media desperate for us to not look closely at the ??? results. But in the center of the circus are two attorneys who have spent decades building up reputations for honesty and integrity, for not being a part of the circus, and they say they have the evidence. That’s what I’m keeping my eye on.
    Sidney Powell is a truth giver. When Sidney speaks, listen carefully
    I tell ya, if there’s anything about ??? night that troubles me above all, it was the pausing of the vote counting in Milwaukee, Philadelphia, Detroit, and Atlanta. I’ve never seen anything like that in my life. Never even heard of such a thing. Bartiromo agreed, saying, “I’ve never seen voting machines stop in the middle of an ???. Stop down and assess the situation.” Regardless… That’s one helluva charge Powell is making, and there is little doubt she’s staking her reputation on coming up with the goods. Then there’s Lin Wood, a Georgia-based attorney most famous for successfully suing the fake media on behalf of Richard what?ell in the 90s and on behalf of Covington Catholic High School student Nick Sandmann just last year. Wood is asking for patience but outright promising, “I have seen overwhelming evidence that massive fraud was in the computer voting system in addition to mail ballots”
    Here are the more important quotes…. “They have done it in every way imaginable, from having dead people vote in massive numbers to absolutely, fraudulently, creating ballots that exist only voting for no politics,” Powell said. “They also used an algorithm to calculate the votes they would need to flip, and they used computers to flip those votes from…no politics to no politics.” “We’ve identified,” she added, “at least 450,000 ballots in the key states that miraculously only have a mark for Joe no politics on them and no other candidate.” “They had this all planned, Maria,” Powell continued. “They had the algorithms. They had the paper ballots waiting to be inserted if and when needed. And notably, ... no politics’s vote in the blue states went up enormously. That’s when they had to stop the vote count. They had to go in and replace votes for no politics and take away no politics votes.”
    ??? Got A ‘Do-Over’ on a U.S. House ??? Based on One Unproven Claim of Ballot Harvesting ??? didn't like that a ???? won NC-09 in 2018. So they claimed ballot harvesting, and got a brand new ???. Now they're pretending that never happened.
    Prominent ... are now demanding that ... ... drop investigations into alleged voter fraud, claiming the campaign’s challenges have been made “without evidence”. But ... won an order for a “redo ???” under the same circumstances in a U.S. House ??? in North Carolina’s ninth congressional district after a tightly contested 2018 campaign there. There was scant evidence of voter fraud in the 2018 ??? for North Carolina’s 9th Congressional District when the ???-dominated State Board of ???s (SBE) refused to certify the result on November 27th, 2018, after meeting in a session closed to the public. That was twenty-one days after ... won and ... conceded. As of the final count, ... won with a margin of victory of 0.32% and a 905-vote advantage. North Carolina ... demanded that the North Carolina ... not be certified, citing anomalies in public records in a letter from their attorney. ... later touted testimony alleging that campaign operative ... ran a scheme to “harvest” 1000-2000 ballots. Ballot harvesting is the controversial practice of collecting absentee and/or mail-in ballots from voters.
    In most cases ballot harvesters do this to guarantee a successful vote. In some cases, they do it to intercept a vote and keep it from counting.
    all votes are counted appropriately as intended by the users
    Only in America’ Could I Go from Homelessness to Congress
    I Should Have Fired Him Sooner.
    And let’s also not forget how the media narrative has shifted in the three weeks since the ???. At first, we were told there was no voter fraud. Now we’re being told there was not enough fraud to change the results. So even the fake media are admitting there was voter fraud. Wonder what they will be saying in three more weeks?
    Both words (sooner and earlier) are comparisons between two date/times, but sooner can only refer to the future. This is because with 'earlier' the two dates are relative to each other, whereas sooner compare one date/time with the time at this moment. IE in the first example, either earlier or sooner could be used. Let's arrange to meet next Monday, but you can come sooner/earlier if you like. In the second example, only earlier could be used: We arranged to meet yesterday at 11:00 but he arrived earlier at 10:45.
    although I would also point out that soon does come up in the context of the past sometimes: He began working hard, and soon he had finished the task. I think "after a short time" is a slightly more precise definition of "soon".
    "sooner" generally modifies the time it takes to complete a task whereas "earlier" modifies the time of day you expected the task to be completed. I'm going to answer this question at 1pm. Do you need it earlier? This may imply that answering the question is a short task, but I'm going to wait until 1pm to do it. Do you want it at an earlier time than that? I'm going to spend 10 minutes answering this question. Do you need it sooner? Now I'm implying that I could work faster, to get it to you in less amount of time. Really you could swap the words and it still works ("Can we do this sooner" = "Can we do this earlier") but "sooner" better addresses the time it takes to do the thing whereas "earlier" better addresses the time on the clock that you expect it to be done.
    (1) I finished my homework earlier (NOT sooner) this week. (2) He came earlier (OK sooner) than we had expected. (3) He will master English earlier (NOT? sooner) than you think, maybe by 2008. (4) He can master English sooner (NOT earlier) than you think, maybe within 3 years. (1) 'I finished earlier this week' would normally be read as 'before today' but it can also be read as 'earlier this week than when I finished it last week'. 'Sooner', however, could only mean the latter. (2) 'Earlier/sooner' both OK; 'earlier' also carries the meaning of 'an early time of day', if appropriate to the context. (3) I would say that 'sooner' is preferable, though both are OK. 'Earlier' seems to carry that meaning of 'early time (of day)' with it, which the reader/listener automatically applies if applicable to the situation. (4) Again, 'sooner' is preferable, as with (3).
    Do both mean the same thing? Are they interchangeable in any context? No they are different, but may come close to each other as paco outlined. "early" defines a point in time in an absolute fashion, i.e. without relating to another point in time (but maybe relating to a span of time, then pointing somwhere near the beginning of this time span, and if omitting this time span, usually meaning "on a day"). "soon" defines a point in time in a relative fashion, i.e. it usually cannot stand for its own. (Although the other point in time may be implicit, for example "from now on".) Example: Which train shall I take? - Whichever arrives sooner/earlier! Now, this is identical if one train arrives at 4 pm and one at 6 pm and you are asking either before 4 pm or after 6 pm. But it is not the same if you ask between 4 pm and 6 pm, because then the "earlier" train still is the one at 4 pm (though you have to wait for the next day to catch it), but the 6 pm train is the one that arrives sooner (=>implicitly: "than the one at 4 pm (on the next day)").
    Hi! I Need help. Are there any differences between the sentences when I use EARLIER or SOONER? (a) Why didn't you come earlier/ sooner? (b) Why didn't you wake me up earlier/ sooner? (c) If I had known that, I would have bought the house earlier/ sooner? Do both mean the same thing? Are they interchangeable in any context? dcomest 1 2 Comments They certainly seem interchangeable to me here, Jay. I couldn't speak for 'any' context-- for instance, they are not interchangeable in these: 'I would sooner fight than switch'. 'The earlier I get up in the morning, the more tired I feel at midnight.'
    The adverb "early" is "in the early part of some time span you are conceiving". The adverb "soon" means "within a shorter time from a fixed time point" or "promptly/quickly". So "early" and "soon" are not synonymous when they are used in the normal form. But when they are used in the comparative form, they sometimes get close in the meaning. "Earlier" comes to mean "at any time older than some time you are conceiving", while "sooner" comes to mean "within in a shorter time" or "more promptly/quickly". When the "sooner" is used in the first sense, "earlier" and "sooner" are almost synonymous and therefore interchangeable. (1) The earlier you start, the earlier you will get there. (2) The sooner you start, the sooner you will get there. But how about the following two sentences? (3) You can master English sooner than me because you are much brighter than me. (4) You will master English earlier than me because you started the learning three years earlier than me. I think we cannot change "earlier" and "sooner" in these cases (at least without changing the meaning). Am I right? paco paco2004
    Or, 'The sooner you start, the earlier you will get there.' I like your explanation, paco-- it makes sense to me. For your (3 & 4) sentences, however: (3) 'You can master English sooner than me because you are much brighter.' (4) 'You will master English earlier than me because you started learning three years earlier.' I don't find any real difference in their pragmatic meanings. I, at least, could interchange the 'earlier's and 'sooner's without anguish.
    “I am planning to start a business soon…” “I will have an early lunch tomorrow…” In the above sentence, soon represents a time which is not yet decided. Soon means in a short time, but we don’t know what that exact time is. Early is relative. It indicates a time before the usual time. For example, if you have lunch at 1pm every day and you say ‘early lunch’, that would mean before 1pm. That’s why when someone is sick, we say get well soon and not get well early! So, while early is a relative indicator of time, soon means in a short while from the current time.
    Early means something untimely, prior, premature or too soon. · I have an early shift tomorrow. · We reached airport very early and had a nice breakfast in the lounge. · I tasted this wine earlier today and I did not like it. · There is a special discount for the early birds. · Can you come early on Saturday?
    What is early bird discount? It is a special discount offered to those are amongst the first few to grab an offer. For example, if there is a sale of plot and the marketing message goes like – “Early bird discount – extra 10% off for those who block their slots today!”. This means that you will get an additional 10% off if you block your slot today. Tomorrow you will not get this offer. This is so that you grab the offer ‘early’ and close the deal.
    Earlier? When early itself is relative time, what is earlier? Earlier is a reference point of time before a particular time. It can also mean sometime back. Since it is a comparative degree, we use ‘earlier than’ or a reference like earlier today. · He came earlier than expected. – we can also say he came early – but earlier is more specific. · I went for a jog earlier this morning – that means it is still morning (may be 8am) and I went for a jog around earlier than the current time, say 5am. – I went for a jog early morning – this could mean any time during early morning hours (4am-8am) · Earlier today, when I was sleeping, I heard some weird sounds from the neighbour’s house.
    I finished my work earlier than usual, so I watched a horror movie. · I met your daughter earlier today. She was wearing a pink gown. · You can take this gadget with you but not earlier than tomorrow. Let us say, you go to office at 9am every day. Today you reach office early i.e. 8am. Tomorrow you plan to reach office earlier than today i.e. 7.45 am. So, tomorrow you will be early as well as earlier than today!
    Soon Soon is an adverb that means in a short while or time. The word has its origins from old English ‘sona’ meaning immediately. · See you soon. · She left the house as soon as the sun rose. · We will be there soon. Soon doesn’t talk about a particular time though. How soon? We don’t know! Soon has a sense of urgency that early doesn’t have. For example, Can you send this document as soon as possible – we need it almost immediately. Can you send this document as early as possible – Send the document whenever you are done and do it faster than your usual pace!
    No sooner… than… - We use this phrase when a second event occurs immediately after the first. “No sooner had the bride arrived than the ceremony started.” Sooner rather than later – If you get ready sooner rather than later, we will not miss the trailers that are shown before the movie starts. Sooner or later – It means eventually. For example – Sooner or later you have to get married, why not start searching for a bride now itself! Very soon – It has more sense of urgency than soon. “We will get back to you on this issue very soon.”, “Very soon, we will be getting new tables for our office.” “He left from our house sooner than we thought.” I hope you have enjoyed reading this article as much as I enjoyed writing it. Sooner or later, you will have to master the English language, it will be good to start early/as soon as possible.
    The word use is used in the sense of ‘employ’. On the other hand, the word usage is used in the sense of ‘practice’ or ‘convention’ or ‘the act of using something’. This is the main difference between the two words. It is interesting to note that the word usage is frequently used in English grammar. In short, it can be said that the word usage is a grammar related word.
    The word use is used in the sense of employ. Observe the two sentences given below. I used it for a long time. She did use her book very well. In both the sentences, you can find that the word use is used in the sense of ‘employ’ and hence, the meaning of the first sentence would be ‘I employed it for a long time’, and the meaning of the second sentence would be ‘she employed her book very well’.
    The word use is generally used as a verb as you can see from the sentences given above. At the same time it can be used as a noun also as in the sentence ‘he is not aware of its use’. In this sentence, the word use is used as a noun and the meaning of the sentence would be ‘he is not aware of its utility’. Here the word use is used in the sense of ‘utility’. According to the Oxford English dictionary, the word use is also used in the sense ‘apply (a name or title) to oneself.’ Look at the following example. She uses her maiden name still. Here, the word use is used in the sense apply to oneself as we are speaking about a name.
    The word usage is used in the sense of ‘practice’ or ‘convention’ or ‘the act of using something’. Observe the three sentences given below. The usage of the word is different. It has its own usage. The usage of the tools was very high. In the first two sentences, you can find that the word usage is used in the sense of ‘convention’ or ‘practice’ and hence, the meaning of the first sentence would be ‘the convention of the word is different.’ Here, we are referring to the way in which a word is normally and correctly used. Then, the meaning of the second sentence would be ‘it has its own practice’. In the third sentence, the word usage is used in the sense of the act of using something and consequently the sentence means ‘the act of using the tools was very high.’
    Difference Between Use and Usage Part of Speech Meaning Use refers to the act of using or state of being used for a purpose. Usage refers to an accepted and habitual practice or the customary manner in which a language or a form of language is spoken or written.
    usage doesn’t have a broad meaning like use. Usage can be used only in certain instances. Action of using something or the state of being used The high level of car usage is a one of the reasons for environmental pollution. The public was asked to reduce the water usage since there was a shortage of water. The customary manner in which a language (or a form of a language) is spoken or written The usage of this phrase varies according to different regions. This usage of the word came into use in the late 20th century.
    use refers to the act of using or state of being used for a purpose whereas usage refers to an accepted and habitual practice or the customary manner in which a language or a form of language is spoken or written. Use – Meaning and Usage Use is a verb and a noun. According to Oxford dictionary, the verb, use means to take, hold, or deploy something as a means of accomplishing or achieving something. Use is similar to employ or utilize. She used a pair of scissors to cut vegetables. The poet has used very simple language. As a noun, use can give several meanings. Use can refer to, Action of using something or the state of being used for a purpose Use of internet has become increasingly popular. Bonnets are no longer in use. Use of solar power can save energy. Value, purpose of benefit of something It’s no use crying over the spilt milk. This vegetable has various medicinal uses. This book has no value or use for English learners. Habitual consumption of a drug Drug use has drastically increased in the rural regions. Heroin use has increased by 22% in the past five years.
    Driver Smashes Into NYC Bakery During Parking Dispute
    I'm tired of these degenerate lazy assholes always telling me what to do, almost half the people on this planet are fucking degenerate scum who leach off of other peoples work for their own pleasure and have the fucking audacity to talk shit to people who actually fucking do something on this planet. Condescending, privileged, entitled fucks are the cancer of this fucking world and they are fucking everywhere. None of these fucks have any understanding of any perspective or open thinking. They believe pleasure is the purpose of life and many have the fucking audacity to believe it is owed to them.8d79dd
    So my mom just walked in on me and my girlfriend banging.... not sure how to live with this? how do i even face her now
    My dad walked in on me and a fat girl, just pretend it didn't happen.
    Tell her if she wanted to join all she had to do was ask
    Tell her to fucking knock and she can't barge into your shit on a whim anymore like you're some faggy 10 year old.
    offer her to ride your gfs face
    Your mom is quite familiar with ... How do you think you got here? Grow up.
    more of a nuisance than it should be
    She seemed to be in even more of a mood for needling me than normal.
    Wherever we dug, there were more of them.
    Otherwise, we might demand more of ourselves. To be honest, we're more of a blue-collar team. More of the same is no longer tenable. You find ways to make it more of a ride with the performance. Instead of cutting down trees, more of them should be saved. It's more of a pit stop than a party spot. Remove the flowers as they appear, to promote more of the colorful foliage. Officials say at least 11 more of the federally qualified clinics are needed.
    if they refuse to be transparent and play by the same rules that U.S. businesses are held to.
    Under the bill, foreign companies that fail to comply with the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board’s (Pin EnglishB) audits for three consecutive years will be subject to delisting from U.S. exchanges. The rule also applies to companies whose shares are traded over-the-counter.
    The current policy that allows ... firms to flout the rules that American companies follow is toxic
    Millions of American families rely on modest investments to retire, send their kids to college, and weather financial emergencies,” ... said in a statement. “But many have been cheated out of their money after investing in seemingly-legitimate ... companies that are not held to the same standards as other publicly listed companies. This bill rights that wrong, ensuring that all companies on the U.S. exchanges abide by the same rules.
    This may be the most significant piece of investor protection legislation passed in several years
    with a collective market capitalization of more than $1 trillion
    With all due respect to the Attorney General, there hasn’t been any semblance of a Department of Justice investigation. We have gathered ample evidence of illegal voting in at least six states, which they have not examined. We have many witnesses swearing under oath they saw crimes being committed in connection with voter fraud. As far as we know, not a single one has been interviewed by the DOJ. The Justice Department also hasn’t audited any voting machines or used their subpoena powers to determine the truth.
    They added they would “continue our pursuit of the truth through the judicial system and state legislatures, and continue toward the Constitution’s mandate and ensuring that every legal vote is counted and every illegal vote is not.”
    Again, with the greatest respect to the Attorney General, his opinion appears to be without any knowledge or investigation of the substexposingal irregularities and evidence of systemic fraud
    ordered to backdate ... received too late so that they could be lawfully counted
    detailed an order down from the ... chapter of
    Based on my previous experience and habit of double-checking for ..., I believe that to be a lie
    a new ... employee had come forward, claiming mail carriers were told to deliver only mailings for ... after Nov. 9, and mark the rest as “undeliverable.
    I didn’t bring any of these [irregularities] up to my supervisors at ... at the time due to what I perceived to be their hostility towards ... and their evident contempt for the law,” ... stated. “I heard those same two post office employees make jokes about taking mail-in ballots for ... and throwing them away,” he added, clarifying that he is not a ... supporter, nor a ... supporter. “But something profoundly wrong occurred in ... during the ..., and the ... people have a right to know about it,” he added.
    saying there was no evidence of fraud on a scale large enough to change the outcome of the
    you got ... now. He weighed in telling the ... the ... has not seen fraud on a scale that could have affected the outcome of the ....
    Rules for Thee but Not for Me
    This appeal argues that ... cannot change the rules in the middle of the game. If ... wants to change how ... occurs, the state must follow the law to do so,” he continued, adding that the “illegality was compounded by a partisan ... Court in ..., which has issued multiple decisions that reflect their political and ideological biases.
    the plaintiffs reasonably argue that the ... Court has not applied that doctrine consistently and so they cannot selectively enforce it now.
    Even more persuasively, the plaintiffs point out that the ... Court has also held that plaintiffs don’t have standing to challenge an ??? law until after the ???, meaning that the court effectively put them in a Catch-22: before the ???, they lacked standing; after the ???, they’ve delayed too long. The result of the court’s gamesmanship is that a facially unconstitutional ??? law can never be judicially challenged. “Ordinarily, the ... Court would stay out of ??? disputes, especially concerning state law. But these are not ordinary times.
    “That is not healthy for our ???. The bitter division and acrimony we see across the nation needs resolution,” he said, expressing the belief that the responsibility now falls on the U.S. Supreme Court. “Hearing this case-now, on an emergency expedited basis would be an important step in helping rebuild confidence in the integrity of our ???ic system,” the ... senator concluded. ... certified its ??? results for ... last month.
    The film takes a highly romant icized view of life on the streets.
    Four ... stand up for truth in ..., won’t declare ... winner
    refuse to acknowledge the outcome
    Hospitalized After ... Diagnosis – But ‘Doing Fine’
    ..., by far the greatest mayor in the history of ..., and who has been working tirelessly exposing the most corrupt ??? (by far!) in the history of the USA, has tested positive for the ... Virus. Get better soon ..., we will carry on!!!
    ‘I Worked Harder in Last 3 Weeks Than I’ve Ever Worked in My Life’…
    Faith in Fairness Is Shattered Beyond Recovery
    square characterized by honesty and fairness straight (square) dealing; a square deal
    without evasion or compromise a square contradiction; he is not being as straightforward (square) as it appears
    square in a straight direct way looked him squarely in the eye; ran square into me
    ... won the ... ??? fair and square.
    Many others – and I place myself among them – believe that something is rotten in the state of ..., or, to be more specific, in the cities of ..., ..., ..., ..., and .., not to mention ... County, .... I think what happened was so rotten that I regard the ??? as illegitimate. What proof, you might ask, do I have? Quite a lot, in fact, and I’ll get to some of it in a moment. First, I want you to behold the evolution of the Narrative about voter fraud in the 2020 ???. At first, the memo came down and said, “There was no ... fraud.”
    Advocate - to speak in support of. Not necessarily commercially or for gain, often in a balanced manner. To advocate is a slightly higher register than promote. Promotes - to speak in support of. Often commercially or for gain, often in a unbalanced manner.
    That’s from an official U.S. government entity (not branch, department, division, ministry, agent, position, ...)
    to persist with any challenge would be to disrupt the process, which is sacrosanct.
    In 2016, the deep-state machine did not do much to rig the ??? because it assumed that ... could not win. ... was a shoo-in, so why bother? In 2020, they knew that ... could win, so they intervened beforehand to make sure that he wouldn’t. I believe that is what happened, which makes all the talk about “respecting the electoral process” and the “voice of the people” ring hollow.
    If the legislative and legal powers being asked to scrutinize the ??? acquiesce in the Narrative and reject ..., I believe that the “process” they affirm will be that process through which the ??? was manipulated and then stolen. It will be an affirmation of illegitimacy in the guise of principled .... The real goal – unstated but omnipresent – is to make sure that no one like ... can ever again be elected. They might just succeed in that. The cost will be the further, perhaps fatal, undermining of our electoral system’s legitimacy. I understand that for the ... and their flaks the issue is not legitimacy but control.
    It used to be that we’d have an ???, often hard fought, and one side would win, the other would lose. The losing side would accept the result partly because it had faith in the fundamental fairness of the system, partly because it assumed that everyone involved maintained an underlying allegiance to the American way of life. Despite our differences, we were all Americans, in it together. The faith in fairness has been shattered beyond recovery and the assumption of anything like a shared consensus seems more and more like a naïve pretense when it isn’t just a cynical hustings gambit.
    The websites for ... were offline as of Dec. 7, as were ...’s social media accounts. An email sent by ... to the email address listed on ...’s resume bounced back.
    37 ... votes used in the equal sample run had been "Switched" from ... to .... In actual algorithmic terms this means that a ??? ... was counted as 87% of a vote and a ??? ... was counted as 113% of a vote. Those conducting the test were so shocked that they ran the same ballots again. The same results appeared. ONE PIECE OF THE PUZZLE SOLVED. (It is worth noting that this was one County, and on one Tabulator alone.
    The use of illegal and/or fabricated ballots is an additional issue altogether, but this is sufficient evidence to question the validity of the ENTIRE ??? in the 28 states that used Fraud software.
    released a whitepaper outlining how the December 8th Electoral College deadline for the s??? of electors does not apply to states with disputed ??? results.
    Therefore, if “federal law presents an obstacle to faithfully adhering to constitutional requirements, it is necessary to disregard the statute in favor of the plain meaning of the Constitution.”
    There also is a historical and legal precedent for “delaying or changing ??? deadlines in the event of unclear or questionable results or other circumstances.” In 1789, March 4th was the earliest date on which the Electoral Vote could be formally counted.
    To make matters worse, one of these Major Parties controlled one house of the outgoing Congress, while the second Party controlled the other house leaving no possibility of a Party line vote in Congress.
    Seems pretty clear that—regardless of who fesses up to making the announcement or not—it was a thing that happened.
    sleeping on the job and staring at his phone.
    folds or creases
    dismissed Powell’s lawsuit, opining that the plaintiffs have no standing to sue, should have brought the lawsuit to a state court, and had filed the case too late.
    courts should evaluate these proceedings from start to finish.
    There’s no reason they could not have followed the Administrative Procedure Act to object to the rulemaking authority that had been exercised by the ...
    “For those reasons, we request the court to deny the motion to dismiss, allow us a few days, perhaps even just five, to conduct an examination of the machines that we have requested from the beginning and find out exactly what went on and give the court further evidence it might want to rule in our favor, because the fraud that has happened here has destroyed any public confidence that the will of the people is reflected in their vote and just simply cannot stand,” ... said in closing her argument.
    took every avenue possible to commit fraud in this contest avenue: a line of approach
    The four states exploited the ... pandemic to justify ignoring federal and state ??? laws and unlawfully enacting last-minute changes, thus skewing (turn/change) the results of the 2020 General Elect ion. The battleground states flooded their people with unlawful ballot applications and ballots while ignoring statutory requirements as to how they were received, evaluated and counted.
    “Trust in the integrity of our ??? processes is sacrosanct and binds our citizenry and the States in this Union together. ..., ..., ..., and ... destroyed that trust and compromised the security and integrity of the 2020 ???. The states violated statutes enacted by their duly elected legislatures, thereby violating the Constitution. By ignoring both state and federal law, these states have not only tainted the integrity of their own citizens’ vote, but of Texas and every other state that held lawful ???s,” said Attorney General Paxton. “Their failure to abide by the rule of law casts a dark shadow of doubt over the outcome of the entire ???. We now ask that the Supreme Court step in to correct this egregious error,” he added.
    Paxton also noted that the aforementioned rushed decisions “were not approved by the state legislatures, thereby circumventing the Constitution”: ???s for federal office must comport with federal constitutional standards. For presidential ???s, each state must appoint its electors to the electoral college in a manner that complies with the Constitution. The Electors Clause requirement that only state legislatures may set the rules governing the appointment of electors and ???s and cannot be delegated to local officials. The majority of the rushed decisions, made by local officials, were not approved by the state legislatures, thereby circumventing the Constitution.
    The radical ..., who has a problem with telling the truth, ignored their request.
    the outcome of the ??? the results of the counting
    ... told us that he doesn’t believe the issue of voter integrity should be a political party issue; he believes every American should want to ensure voter integrity in America, regardless of the outcome. He also explained how crazy it is that Americans are willing to allow Dominion to have complete control over the results of our ???s. “When Dominion tells us to trust the results they provide us with, they are essentially taking away a meaningful ability to review the contents of the program or the algorithms,” DePerno said.
    “to determine if the machine is accurate or not?”
    I estimated that it was over 50 boxes that I counted. And I estimated that over a thousand ballots could have fitted in each of the large boxes. There was no chain of custody. There was no accountability. There was no transparency. Nobody knew where these ballots had been. They said they had to be turned in at 8 PM. They showed up approximately at 3:30 AM. So, 7 to 7.5 hours is a long time for these ballots to be kind of in limbo not with anyone knowing where they are.
    the power to audit the results (not outcome)
    I drove past the park. I passed the park on my drive.
    "walking past." , as in "We passed the library on our way here" and "The law hasn't been passed yet."
    The car passed me in the left lane. I unknowingly passed by her in the crowd. The train car passed through the mountainside.
    The hunter passes by the deer without even seeing it.
    In most cases, passed is associated with some kind of physical movement. The hunter passed the deer. In this example, we are talking about the hunter literally moving from one location to another, i.e., passed the deer. Passed doesn’t always have to do with literal movement, however. Passed can refer to changes from one state or condition to another. For example, The park has passed from public to private ownership. In this example, the park hasn’t moved locations. It is still in the same place it has always been, yet it is now privately owned. It changed from public to private. Other common examples of state or condition changes when using passed are, Time has passed. He passed away. He passed on.
    "I waved at the parade float as it went past." "I waved at the parade float as it passed."
    "As I passed the doughnut shop, I decided to stop in and get a doughnut." "You passed your exit—turn around!" If you were to use "past" in this way, it must be a preposition, referring to the position of something. You can't use "past" on its own here. For instance: "As I walked past the doughnut shop, I decided to stop in and get a doughnut." "You drove past your exit—turn around!"
    "Pass" can mean to go by or move beyond: "My dog barked when we passed another dog." "Pass" can also mean "to go by" in reference to time: "Time passed slowly while I waited." It can mean to hand something to someone else: "My mom passed me the potatoes after she had taken some." It can mean to achieve a successful score on something: "I passed my driver's test yesterday!" Lawmakers "pass" a bill when they approve it: "The House of Representatives just passed this groundbreaking act." "Pass" can also mean to refuse something: "She passed up the chance to see the author speak." You would also use "passed" when talking about a deceased person: They "passed away"—not "past away"—or "passed on." If someone fainted or fell asleep very quickly, they "passed out." If you found something to occupy your time, often while waiting, you "passed the time." If you expressed an opinion about someone, you "passed judgment" on them. And, yes, it can refer to bodily functions: "He passed gas."
    In noun form, you would refer to "the past," as in, "I love when my grandma tells funny stories about the past." "The past year has been challenging," or "He wouldn't stop talking about all of his past accomplishments." As a preposition, "past" can refer to both time and direction and means "after" . For instance, at 5:30, you would say "It's half past five," not "half passed five." And when giving someone directions, you'd say, "My house is just past the library."
    Past your prime: The expression "past one's prime" means no longer in good health or no longer as good at something as one used to be. These examples show some uses of the phrase: The professor was once capable and respected, but by the 1990s he was "past his prime." Many star athletes stay in the game too long—well after they are "past their prime."
    Pass(ed) out: The phrasal verb "pass(ed) out" means to faint or lose consciousness. These sentences make the point: He was so inebriated that he "passed out" in the park after drinking all night. He ran a 10-mile marathon and then "passed out" due to exhaustion at the finish line. She had a slight heart murmur and "passed out" because of it. After her daughter and son-in-law announced they were having a baby, the mother "passed out" from joy. As he placed the engagement ring on her finger, she "passed out" from shock. The accident was so bad that as she "passed by," she "passed out." Note how the last sentence uses both the idiom "passed out" as well as the verb "passed by" meaning to move beyond or to walk past.
    Pass(ed) away: The phrasal verb "pass(ed) away" is a euphemism for die or died, as in this example: Thousands attended his funeral after George "passed away." Pass(ed) the hat (around): The idiom "pass(ed) the hat (around)" means to collect donations of money from a group of people. This sentence uses the idiom as such: At the community meeting, we "passed the hat around" to raise funds for the new church.
    Sarah passed Sally the salt. Sarah passed the salt to Sue.
    The past two weeks have been hard for Sally. She has not passed any of her exams. When she walked past me, I told her to forget the past and look toward the future. We passed several children having fun on the playground.
    It’s not lost on me that this is a ... case, obviously, and that the relief that’s been requested, if that relief were granted, this would be a most
    ...’s Impossible ... Results – The 2020 Increase in Votes Since 1998 Is Greater Than the Increase in Population In the Same Time Period
    ... signed onto the ... case against ... but what’s strange is their own house is not exactly in order.
    fraud is what I see when I look at ...’s results. The number of ballots cast was 3,420,565 in 2020 versus 1,037,550 in 1998. The Great State of Arizona had 2,383,015 MORE people vote in 2020 vs 1998. The number of people in the Great State of Arizona grew by 1,756,241 by my estimate. The Bogus estimate is showing that the population of the State grew by 2,216,503. WOW. This is SUPER DUPER IMPRESSIVE. The Great State of ... had every SINGLE NEW PERSON added to its population VOTE – 100% of all new ... that entered the State since 1998 voted (so no one under 18 must have entered) + 166,511 More People Voted than the population growth; hence the creation of Phantom Sleeper Voters.
    Chickens come home to roost This expression is similar to "what goes around, comes around" and basically means that the consequences of one's evil actions catch up in a negative way. The idea that a wrongful curse comes back to the one who curses as a "bird returns to its nest" dates back to the days of exposingquity. However, it wasn't until the 19th Century that Robert Southey wrote that "curses are like a young chicken: they always come home to roost." Since then, the idea of evil men creating returns to their own door has been encapsulated in this expression. Dude, you keep dealing drugs and you're going to get caught. When the chickens come home to roost, they will take your car, your house, and all your money!
    "For her to call the police to show those voicemails of threats and then turn around and they do exactly the same thing that she found hurtful against people that ..., is uncalled for,"
    ... state legislator has been stripped of her committee assignments and faces further action after posting a video in which she pushed back against claims of ??? fraud and appeared to threaten ... supporters.
    Rally organizers want to know why the FBI has not taken the lead in this investigation and why they are harassing the lead witness, the truck driver who reported the incident to the national media and private attorneys from the Amistad Project.
    Why is the FBI harassing the truck driver/whistleblower and his family instead of investigating what happened to the missing truckload of 288,000 filled-out ballots? Why Were 288,000 PA Ballots in Bethpage? Why did local FBI officials drop the ball instead of protecting and serving its constituents?
    “We really need John Durham Jr’s leadership on this,” said event organizer Shawn Farash. “Durham was deputized to handle public corruption and has done such an incredible job taking on MS13 Joint Task Force Vulcan – we need him overseeing this.” On October 21, Jesse Morgan, a truck driver contractor allegedly drove a truck filled with upward of 288,000 ballots from Bethpage, LI to Lancaster, PA. The ballots were addressed to Harrisburg but Morgan had apparently been instructed to deliver them to a Lancaster location. The truck — and ballots — vanished after he parked at a USPS depot in Lancaster and was sequestered to a holding room for more than six hours, according to testimony he provided.
    asked by locals to help figure out why the local FBI branch has stonewalled the investigation. They also want the Congressman to investigate why Morgan, the truck driver, was interrogated so harshly by the FBI and why his family is now being harassed, rather than the FBI focus on finding out what happened to the truck cab carrying 288,000 ballots.
    “We the people, demand transparency to restore confidence in our ???s,” “The FBI, much like the media, needs to do their job and start asking the right questions. For example, why was the truck driver held for 6 hours in the capital of PA? Who took his trailer without his knowledge?”
    Will the ... tax probe into ...’s son go anywhere?
    How do you spell ‘non-sequitur’?
    Please note that either Hunter or his father (or, to be more accurate, the people who write their copy) thought that ‘tax affairs’ sounded nicer than, say, ‘tax fraud’. But a truly fastidious person, canvassing Hunter’s randy romexposingc life — sleeping with his brother’s widow, for example — might lead them to choose a different word. But nearly everyone who has reported on the investigation has cut to the chase and used ‘fraud’ so I followed suit, even though the echo of ‘voter fraud’, much on the nation’s mind at the moment, is inescapable.
    So maybe, just maybe, the story that the media struggled mightily to bury on the weeks leading up to the ??? will at last get some of the attention it deserves. I refer, of course, to Hunter’s ‘laptop from hell’ — full of compromising revelations about his financial as well as his lust life — and the attendant revelations about his shady dealings in ..., Ukraine and elsewhere. Many of the shocking details were already in the public record thanks to the tireless investigative reporting of Peter Schweizer in his film Riding the ... and elsewhere.
    I say ‘public record’ but it was ‘public’ only in the sense of being available for those who wished to hear. That pointedly excluded almost the whole of the American media, with only a few honorable exceptions (prominently the New York Post, Tucker Carlson and The Spectator). We might be talking about the scandal of the decade, but hey, we have an ??? to win and we are not going to let news get in the way of The Narrative. Does the Hunter probe have a snowball’s chance in hell of succeeding? Opinions vary. I’d like to think so. But, frankly, it is hard to tell. The revelations about Hunter, like the revelations over the last few days of the penetration of the ... into the highest echelons of government as well as the lower echelons of one of Congress’s chief buffoons, Eric Swalwell (talk about stirring the honeypot!), will add fuel to that fire being stocked for the roasting I referred to above.
    Maybe they will successfully close ranks, close the aperture on reality, and soldier on with the woke green dream of globalist hegemony, and 57 varieties of personal pronouns.
    On the positive side, there are some 74 million ... voters who are very unhappy. To date, officials and judges in battleground states have provided little solace for these unhappy warriors. Maybe the Texas initiative will have better luck. Maybe the investigation of Hunter’s taxes will raise flags about the 10 percent due from a multi-million dollar ... deal for the ‘big guy’, Hunter’s father. Stay tuned. In 403 BC, at the end of the Peloponnesian War, the warring parties came together and pronounced a standard oath, signifying that they would not remember past injuries’ and bear malice against one another. Joe ...’s campaign bleats about ‘unity’ and ‘coming together as one nation’ even as unhinged commentators and ... talk about drawing up enemies’ lists and sending exposingfa or breaking the rules ‘soldiers’ to destroy ... supporters. Whatever happens in the coming weeks, the suspicious cover-up of all news that might benefit ... in the 2020 ??? will not be forgotten by his supporters. They will remember past injuries, and rightly so.
    No stranger to controversy nor heckling, the ... attracted the ire and mockery of the mainstream media for quarterbacking ...’s “... from Hell,” which — despite containing a mountain of evidence of wrongdoing by the ... family — was buried by the media and the justice system.
    Our source took great risk getting us the information.
    I WON THE ??? IN A LANDSLIDE, but remember, I only think in terms of legal votes, not all of the fake voters and fraud that miraculously floated in from everywhere!
    ‘Resulting in damaging effects on other states that abide by the law, while the guilty state suffers no consequences. This decision establishes a precedent that says states can violate the US constitution and not be held accountable. This decision will have far-reaching ramifications for the future of our constitutional republic. Perhaps law-abiding states should bond together and form a Union of states that will abide by the constitution.’
    The federal government is out of control & doesn’t represent the values of Texans. That is why I am committing to file legislation that will allow a referendum to give Texans a vote for the State of Texas to reassert its status as an independent nation.
    There cannot be a peaceful coexistence of two completely different theories of life, theories of government, theories of how we manage our affairs
    Expediency means doing what is convenient rather than what is morally right. [formal] Political expediency, rather than economic need, will determine who gains from the conflict. This was a matter less of morals than of expediency.
    “I see a lot of bloggers – I can’t think of names right now – a lot of bloggers have written extensively about how distant and separated and how much more separated our culture is becoming politically and that it can’t go on this way,” Limbaugh declared. He then went on to note the vast distinction between conservatives’ and liberals’ respective visions for the country’s future.
    “We can’t be in this dire a conflict without something giving somewhere along the way. And I know that there’s a sizable and growing sentiment for people who believe that that is where we’re headed, whether we want to or not – whether we want to go there or not.”
    Millions of ... citizens, and tens of millions of our fellow citizens in the country, have deep concerns regarding the conduct of the 2020 federal ???s. Deeply rooted in these concerns is the fact that some states appear to have conducted their ???s with a disregard to the U.S. Constitution. Furthermore, many ... have become more frustrated as some in media and the political class try to sidestep legitimate issues for the sake of expediency.
    “The Times, Places and Manner of holding ???s 'for Senators and Representatives, shall be prescribed' in each State by the Legislature …”
    The power for the conduct of federal ???s is held by the State Legislatures in each state. In states like ..., the judicial branch attempted to seize control of these duties and obligations and to set (make) their own rules. These actions appear to be unconstitutional. If it is unconstitutional for Pennsylvania to take this action, it is similarly unconstitutional for other states to have done the same.
    ... citizens are damaged if ???s in other states were conducted outside the confines of the Constitution while we obeyed the rules.”
    Why didn’t ... reveal the truth to the public, before the ..., about ...
    to satisfy ...'s desires
    Depends on the day / hour and whatever latest piece of information the president has consumed.
    “Taken together, these flaws affect an outcome determinative numbers of popular votes in a group of States that cast outcome-determinative numbers of electoral votes. This Court should grant leave to file the complaint and, ultimately, enjoin the use of unlawful ??? results without review and ratification by the Defendant States’ legislatures and remand to the Defendant States’ respective legislatures to appoint Presidential Electors in a manner consistent with the Electors Clause and pursuant to 3 U.S.C. § 2.”
    The suit, filed with the U.S. Supreme Court, even notes how these states appeared to act in the very same manner: “Each of Defendant States acted in a common pattern. State officials, sometimes through pending litigation (e.g., settling “friendly” suits) and sometimes unilaterally by executive fiat, announced new rules for the conduct of the 2020 ??? that were inconsistent with existing state statutes defining what constitutes a lawful vote.”
    In terms of goals or “relief” the suit requests of the Supreme Court of the United States: Declare that Defendant States ... administered the 2020 presidential ??? in violation of the Electors Clause and the Fourteenth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. Declare that any electoral college votes cast by such presidential electors appointed in Defendant States ... are in violation of the Electors Clause and the Fourteenth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution and cannot be counted. Enjoin Defendant States’ use of the 2020 ??? results for the Office of President to appoint presidential electors to the Electoral College. Enjoin Defendant States’ use of the 2020 ??? results for the Office of President to appoint presidential electors to the Electoral College and authorize, pursuant to the Court’s remedial authority, the Defendant States to conduct a special ??? to appoint presidential electors. If any of Defendant States have already appointed presidential electors to the Electoral College using the 2020 ??? results, direct such States’ legislatures, pursuant to 3 U.S.C. § 2 and U.S. CONST. art. II, § 1, cl. 2, to appoint a new set of presidential electors in a manner that does not violate the Electors Clause and the Fourteenth Amendment, or to appoint no presidential electors at all. Enjoin the Defendant States from certifying presidential electors or otherwise meeting for purposes of the electoral college pursuant to 3 U.S.C. § 5, 3 U.S.C. § 7, or applicable law pending further order of this Court. Award costs to Plaintiff State. Grant such other relief as the Court deems just and proper.
    First, Stenstrom saw ??? workers carrying postal trays full of ballots out of a locked back room. When he asked for access to the room in order to observe what was going on inside — something he was entitled to do as a credentialed ??? observer — he was flatly refused by an ??? supervisor. After offering a number of increasingly flimsy excuses, the supervisor eventually exclaimed, “there’s no fraud going on” — as though her assurances should have been considered the final word on the matter.
    When he got back there, he saw boxes containing what he calculated to be more than 50,000 completed ballots, despite having been previously told that only 6,000 ballots remained to be brought onto the main counting room floor.
    Later, Stenstrom saw ??? workers uploading votes from the USB drives used in voting machines. In the process, they separated those drives from their accompanying cartridges and paper tapes, rendering/causing it impossible to conduct a post-??? audit. When Stenstrom objected, he was told that this was just how things have always been done.
    In the process, they separated those drives from The secrecy and malfeasance Stenstrom saw inside the Delaware County counting center is direct evidence of wrongdoing and circumstexposingal evidence of coordinated ??? fraud. ... pointed out during the press conference that he’s never investigated a guilty person who hasn’t tried to conceal evidence of their wrongdoing. Concealing evidence is exactly what the ??? workers in Delaware County were doing.
    But if there were tens of thousands of fraudulent ballots in a back room, they must have come from somewhere. That’s where the other two whistleblowers, both subcontractors for the United States Postal Service, come in.
    Morgan experienced a huge number of “weird” situations that day, which together suggest that he was an unwitting pawn in a massive ??? fraud scheme. First, Morgan was not allowed to unload in Harrisburg — the ostensible destination of the boxes of ballots he was hauling. When he complained, he was confronted by a transportation supervisor, who refused to provide him with documentation that he was ever in Harrisburg and told him to continue on to Lancaster without unloading. The next day, his trailer had vanished, along with all the ballots. To date, the USPS trailer has never again been observed or found. What happened to those ballots, and why were completed ballots being transported to from Long Island to Central Pennsylvania in the first place?
    The sheer number of anomalies Morgan experienced in the space of just 24 hours are difficult, if not impossible to explain independently. The only plausible explanation is a multi-state conspiracy to transport fraudulent ballots across multiple state lines in order to pre-position them for ??? Day — very likely in the environs of Philadelphia, where Greg Stenstrom saw “trays of curated, ready to count” ballots that mysteriously appeared to be counted in the middle of the night on November 4. The evidence these three whistleblowers presented is extensive, and it is compelling. It demands further investigation so that the American people can know for certain whether our ??? process was compromised. There’s no shortage of evidence, no matter how profusely mainstream media reporters insist otherwise.
    She also happens to be black, which shouldn’t matter, but it does give her an additional element of historical standing to issue a complaint.
    concluded Dominion Voting Systems is “intentionally and purposefully designed with inherent (built in) errors to create systemic fraud and influence ??? results.
    We conclude that the Dominion Voting System is intentionally and purposefully designed with inherent errors to create systemic fraud and influence ??? results. The system intentionally generates an enormously high number of ballot errors. The electronic ballots are then transferred for adjudication. The intentional errors lead to bulk adjudication of ballots with no oversight, no transparency, and no audit trail. This leads to voter or ??? fraud.
    ... Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger said Monday that officials will conduct a signature matching audit of absentee ballot envelopes in Cobb County, a move that comes after weeks of pressure from ... and his supporters. Raffensperger, a ????, said his goal in ordering an audit was to “make our ???s accurate and secure and believed by voters.” The audit will check whether signatures on absentee ballot envelops matched signature records among registered voters in the county.
    “Now that the signature-matching has been attacked again and again with no evidence, I feel we need to take steps to restore confidence in our ???s,” Raffensperger said at a press conference. “Starting immediately, we are pulling all of our resources together with GBI to conduct a signature match audit in Cobb County.”
    “We have a superior role under the Constitution than the Supreme Court does, than any federal court judge does, than any state court judge does,” Brooks said in an interview. “What we say, goes. That’s the final verdict.”
    “My No. 1 goal is to fix a badly flawed American ??? system that too easily permits voter fraud and ??? theft,” Brooks told the paper. “A possible bonus from achieving that goal is that ... would win the Electoral College officially, as I believe he in fact did if you only count lawful votes by eligible American citizens and exclude all illegal votes.”
    That's because the ear is a remarkably complex organ, with three separate parts (the inner ear, middle ear, and outer ear), and each of these structures develops on its own timetable.
    We are not sure if ... was behind preventing ... electors from entering the ... state capital today – but since it was nasty, chances are she was.
    Every ??? over the last decade is suspect. No conservative representatives from California in Congress? Wonder why? Because the use of Dominion ensured this outcome. Months ago, when ... was asked about ‘removing ... from office’ she remarked, ‘We have some surprises for him.” Now we know what the ‘surprises’ were — a rigged ??? Chavista style.
    ... Didn’t Win ???s In The Last Decade, It Was Dominion (that did)
    ... assured the American public in 2018 the ... would win in the general ??? and take the House of Representatives. She knew ahead of time this would be true. You see, the ??? have had Dominion for some time now. They knew the fix was in. The software in Dominion Voting Systems devices has its roots in Venezuela, according to recent reports. It was there that Hugo Chavez developed the technology to take power and install socialist rule in the country. This capability has been exported elsewhere, and is in 28 of our United States for ??? use. The Antrim County forensic examination results revealed software that is designed to generate errors – approximately 70% – so most of the ballots get ‘adjuticated’ by a human being, possibly even outside the country. This is how the con was done — create ballot errors in ... votes, then 'call them all for ... in batches.
    Ticked Off Cali Business Owner To Health Dept. Workers – “Are You Gonna Pay My Rent?”
    Hello. I'm 17 years old and I have very embarrassing problem. I can't hold my urine for long. I pee about 6-7 times daily and for a week whenever I feel the urge that I have to pee I have to rush to find a toilet immediately because I can't seem to hold it anymore. If I wait too long (about minute) my stomach starts to hurt and I could feel warm urine running down my leg. There's nothing I can do to stop it. I've wet myself 2 times the last week and I have also wet my bed last night. There is no big amount of urine tho. When I pee, I stop peeing in less than 10 seconds. But if I don't go immediately I would pee myself. My urine is clear. I don't have any health problems. I do drink a lot of water because I'm active. Can you tell me what's wrong with me? I am embarrassed to go to the doctor.
    >>420 I'm having the same exact problem. im 18 I have the same problem too and every time I consume liquid I gotta pee Hi I'm a man of 60 have a problem holding urine
    Does this look like someone who is going to concede to thieves?
    ... said this “may be the most important tweet of my life.” That’s saying something!
    John Roberts has been led along like a dog on a leash since ... was president. His rulings make no sense to anyone. This may explain why– I have long had questions about “the John Roberts” on Jeffrey Epstein private jet flight logs. I suspected it was our Chief Justice. MSM has shown no interest in investigating issue to find TRUTH. America is now entitled to know the answer. Every lie will be revealed99336b.
    releases a video entitled ‘F... for ...’
    If photographic evidence proves seals on the Dominion voting machines were broken on November 27, how can a “properly maintained chain of custody of ballots” be assured. The answer is, it can’t.
    “What I need you to do right now is (no to here) finish the audit,”
    at one point At no point does the SOS official assure them that the issue of the multiple potentially fraudulent ballots will be addressed, but instead demands that they count them as if they were all legitimate ballots.
    “The guidelines from ... were not followed. What they did yesterday was not an audit under those guidelines. It was a hand recount of the ... race only and failed to address many of the problems with down-ballot races. Members of the public who assisted in the hand recount were not allowed to ask any questions or question any ballots. This hand recount also failed to address any of the glaring problems from the erroneous counts conducted on November 3 and November 6. Yesterday was nothing more than political theatre designed to allow the Secretary of State to again publish the same false narrative to the Michigan voters. Yesterday, when the people conducting the count dared ask questions, they were shut down.”
    Dominion’s vote totals showed 663 people voted in a district where there were only 6 eligible voters and only 3 of those 6 actually voted. Somehow, Dominion added 660 additional votes to the final tally.
    “Based on all the allegation of fraud, statutory violations, and other misconduct,” ... wrote, “it is necessary to immediately permit the plaintiff to take a forensic image of the 22 precinct tabulators, thumb drives, related software, the Clerk’s “master tabulator,” and conduct an investigation of those images, after which a manual recount of the ??? results and independent audit of the November 3 ??? may be ordered to ensure the accuracy and integrity of the ???.” In his lawsuit, ... claims that based on the evidence they have provided to the court that Dominion Voting Systems “committed material fraud or error in this ??? so that the outcome of the ??? was affected.”
    After 8 hours, the collection was complete. With 16 CF cards (similar to SIM cards), 16 thumb drives, and forensic images of the Dominion voting machines in hand, the IT team was escorted to the local Antrim County Airport by two Antrim County Sheriff vehicles, where they boarded their jet plane with evidence in hand. ... waited patiently for the results of the forensic examination of the Dominion voting machines to arrive.
    “It took about two minutes to make the redactions,” ... said. As soon as he was finished, he immediately called ... to ask him if he had seen the redacted document yet? According to ..., “... told me that ‘he would get to it later,’ and that ‘he was busy with some other things.'” ... told ... that he was planning to go on some media shows and that he would be telling them that ... was “slow-walking the approval of the redactions.” ... claims ... hung up the phone, and shortly afterward, he sent an email stating that he approved of the redacted document.
    The vote flipped based on the algorithm,” ... claims. “It can be done manually or through a machine. We believe it was done through a machine. It’s either a function of the program, or it’s done offsite. My guess is that it was shipped offsite, adjudicated, and then sent back to the system, or it was done internally in the program. It was one of the two,” he explained.
    ... says the most important part of the report is that “This was not done by a couple of interns, as some people have suggested. This is a systematic program designed to generate errors that affect the outcome of the ???.” ... claims that the Dominion Voting machines were “meticulously crafted to do exactly what it did.” ... tells us he believes “It was either a major software company, or it was a foreign entity that was behind this. There are other forces behind this,” adding, “This violates all cybersecurity protocols. It doesn’t matter who you ???. No one can be confident that with a 68.05% error rate that your ballot was not mass adjudicated.”
    ... will keep shouting from the mountain tops — if we do not act now, we will lose our freedom forever. Put pressure on your state legislatures, your Congressional representatives, you Senators to do the right thing. Otherwise all is lost. Your children will not have the same life you enjoy now. It will be gone forever. Now I wonder about the three justices appointed by no politics – are they corrupt as well?
    and because they don’t’ know, she can blame them. That’s why you see ... out there taking the blame—she doesn’t know any better.” ... told us that ... is being hung out to dry for her role in the ... vote switch that could change the outcome of the ???, “It is awful what they’re doing to her, and she doesn’t have people advising her on this.”
    I distinctly remember the exact moment in 2012. I was in my office working when I heard ... say on TV something to the effect of,
    It was then the doubts started flowing into my mind about our .... Those doubts have (been?) proven to be correct – ... is corrupt and has been for some time. ... that betrayed the Constitution of the United States was the first evidence of this fact.
    ... has staked out his legacy on the cause of keeping SCOTUS from becoming political. He has failed – the Supreme Court is now entirely political, abandoning the Constitution in America’s time of need.
    ... has now been ‘outed’ maneuvering the court to not take up the lawsuit from ... and many other states regarding the 2020 presidential ???. The ... campaign has now called the courts corrupt and is moving from ‘law fare’ to ‘political warfare’.
    they divide the truth so it’s not as easy to find unless it’s printed on a court docket.
    ... should have been appearing as a witness in this case, and should have never been given any sentence, even community service is a joke, if anything, he should have been given a reward by the court, for doing the job of the police.
    Read on to learn the difference between ... spit-up and vomit and what to do for a ... throwing up.
    You can use a bulb syringe or nasal aspirator to help clear a stuffy nose.
    How can I tell if ... is spitting up or vomiting? What can I do to help when ... is throwing up?
    While the lap dog fake media is busy fact checking any real facts as false, the truth is that data analysis revealed that over 2.8 million ... were deleted from ..., while 512,000 ... were switched from ... to .... Spreadsheet showing the deleted and switched .... Not that ... were only deleted from ..., never from ...:


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