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Re: Democrats are quivering, with fear, in their boots.

budsfarm ·
Is this your source? Carrier gets tax breaks, but it's still sending 1,300 jobs to Mexico http://www.stltoday.com/busine...b1-c6b0990acab2.html The article quotes: but the Wall Street Journal reported the deal would save about 800 of the 1,400 jobs at the plant and about 300 at the headquarters. So 800 Carrier Indianapolis plant jobs saved at the plant + 300 more saved at HQ = 1100 saved. And 600 jobs lost at the plant [1,400 - 800 saved = 600 lost]. Where are the remaining 700 jobs lost...
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Re: Hospital exec fired for suggesting Trump supporters should infect each other with coronavirus

Jack Hammer ·
In the last three years morons/liberals have shown they can't keep their meth holes shut. I'm running out of food and stuff over here, I had to throw my last horse on the grill. Horse meat is very red and nothing like that hog I found down the street that looked homeless, a lot of animal suicide going on in west Tenn. LeWilly and his dog went missing yesterday. There's a million stories on these dirt road cities, this world will never be the same that you'll or your kids will remember,...
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Re: Trump Derangement bordering on Clinical Insane

gbrk ·
You would think a professor would be better learned and/or informed. She's blaming Trump for Black citizens death yet Democrats were way behind Trump in reacting to this virus. While Democrats like Pelosi and New York Governor and Mayor was encouraging citizens to ride the subway, go to bars and restaurants and downplaying the virus they were also criticizing Trump over his restrictions on China. Aside from all that and aside from the virus what the professor wanna be fails to recognize and...
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Re: Is a trap being set for Trump in the Senate trial?

Jutu ·
Apparently the left thinks beating their chosen one was against the law. I hope the day comes that not ONE democrat anywhere can get "elected" so to speak... as street sweeper.
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Re: Companies Brought $1 Trillion Back To U.S. Under Trump Tax Cuts, Commerce Dept. Says

Jack Hammer ·
As the Tax Foundation has noted , the tax on past overseas profits is payable over eight years, whether or not the funds are repatriated. Going forward, companies will only be taxed on earnings in the U.S. The repatriation rate is somewhat slower than initially expected, the Wall Street Journal reported last year, because the U.S. tax rate is only one factor in companies’ decision to keep profits abroad: President Barack Obama had long decried the practice of companies shifting profits...
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Re: Round a bout town / Roundabouts

gbrk ·
I do think, if people use them correctly and know how to negotiate them then they can help the flow of traffic and keep things less congested but that's a huge IF. I had heard, one time, that the city was actually considering installing a roundabout on Middle Road and Gresham Rd (the road behind Target) as a part of the process to widen both of those roads, in the future. Given the growth along Middle Road and Gresham Rd what with the new subdivision(s) and apartments, I can see the...
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Re: A Moment of Prayer or Silence for Tornado Victims.

WINDSONG ·
My wifes sisters house got some damage, the house next door was leveled and 3 killed in it, the house across the street was cut in half and my wifes neese had her house compleetly demolished as well as her neighbors. Also the town where other relitives live was leveled. That was Hackelberg Al.
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Re: What about Hackleburg?

rocky ·
I don't know where "ms. wonda" got her information from but she is wrong. I have been working this weekend in the clean up effort. Yesterday we were in the Phil Campbell area and this afternoon we went to Hackleburg. The police station is destroyed but I don't even think they had a jail. There wasn't any bars I saw anyway and me and other students from UNA were shoveling up debris from the street onto dump trucks. There are still search and recovery efforts going on in some parts of the area...
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Re: Repubs not interested in your opinions

peeler ·
Wow - it is truly difficult to have an argument of wits with an unarmed person! Originally Posted by skippy delepepper: Originally Posted by seeweed: Originally Posted by peeler: Heh." He had no wars" Bush only had the one war that he started against Iraq under complete and false pretenses and the other one in Afghanistan, started after 9/11 occurred ON HIS WATCH! Obama was elected partially by promising to end Iraq and Afganistan. He started Lybia. Face it he had no idea what he was in for.
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Re: Repubs not interested in your opinions

skippy delepepper ·
Originally Posted by peeler: Wow - it is truly difficult to have an argument of wits with an unarmed person! Originally Posted by skippy delepepper: Originally Posted by seeweed: Originally Posted by peeler: Heh." He had no wars" Bush only had the one war that he started against Iraq under complete and false pretenses and the other one in Afghanistan, started after 9/11 occurred ON HIS WATCH! Obama was elected partially by promising to end Iraq and Afganistan. He started Lybia. Face it he...
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Re: What about Hackleburg?

LE89 ·
Well let me be "one of" if not "the first" to lay political differences aside with you Rocky and say thank you for your support in the clean up efforts. Both Hackleburg and Phil Campbell are truely heartbreaking and mostly under reported stories that need local support. I have an Aunt and Grandfather who dodged the EF5 thru Hackleburg by about 2 miles, so I am truely thankful and grateful to still have them around. My family dodged an EF3 ourselves by about 3/4 mile. I too went to Phil...
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Re: New study links obesity to religion

The Nagel ·
Originally Posted by Unobtanium: Originally Posted by The Nagel: Here ya go.... the upside is - i put just as much faith in the drivel you posted as i do the drivel i am posting here. in otherwords - Nada. the original study is here and from a school of medicine. so, tell us, nagle, which study is "correct"? how do you tell? http://www.feinberg.northweste...eligion_Obesity.html they even give a nod to your Gallup poll by saying, "The authors caution that their findings should only be taken...
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Re: What is the hidden agenda?

Mr.Dittohead ·
Originally Posted by interventor1212: To be fair, we've received about 90 percent of the bank bailout funds back. In some cases, with interest. The stimulus money was pizzed away on pet democrat projects, not infrastructure. After wasting about $850 billion with little to show, I'll not trust Obama with any more funds. Once more, Bush didn't cause the housing crisis, federal policy over 20 years did so, in collusion with some private business. Democrats deserve most of the blame, but the...
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Re: What is the hidden agenda?

TrueBlue ·
Originally Posted by Mr.Dittohead: Originally Posted by interventor1212: To be fair, we've received about 90 percent of the bank bailout funds back. In some cases, with interest. The stimulus money was pizzed away on pet democrat projects, not infrastructure. After wasting about $850 billion with little to show, I'll not trust Obama with any more funds. Once more, Bush didn't cause the housing crisis, federal policy over 20 years did so, in collusion with some private business. Democrats...
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Re: Man accused of shooting wife

Trutooit-II ·
This is what the td says, are they lying to? Authorities said a week-long investigation led to the arrest of a Florence man and his wife on drug-related charges after seven pounds of marijuana were found in their residence. Jon Thomas Wallis, 31, 100 Quail Run Apartments, Apt. B8, and Tanya Marie Wallis, 28, same address, are both charged with attempted trafficking in marijuana, according to officials with the Lauderdale County Drug Task Force. The arrests were made as part of a joint effort...
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Re: National Day Of Prayer

semiannualchick ·
Originally Posted by Not Shallow Not Slim: What was that bible verse about praying in one's closet, and not in public? DF Bill won’t get it. He’s one of those people who prays loudly on the street corners so that others will look at him and say, oh, he's so religious. God doesn't like that. Bill needs others to see his piety. He wants the honor for himself rather then giving it to God. He wants us to see how "righteous" he is.
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Re: National Day Of Prayer

Road Puppy ·
Originally Posted by semiannualchick: Originally Posted by Not Shallow Not Slim: What was that bible verse about praying in one's closet, and not in public? DF Bill won’t get it. He’s one of those people who prays loudly on the street corners so that others will look at him and say, oh, he's so religious. God doesn't like that. Bill needs others to see his piety. He wants the honor for himself rather then giving it to God. He wants us to see how "righteous" he is. Hmph. Mid-life christians...
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Re: Fiesta Is At 7Points

renecillo7 ·
MountainMan: I live across the street and it has been a joy to watch all of the changes here in North Florence! When I bought my house here 5 years ago 7 points was dead. Now you have to hunt for a parking space! I will try the fiesta as soon as possible.
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Re: NY 26th GOES DEMOCRAT

Winston Niles Rumfoord ·
Originally Posted by rocky: Originally Posted by Winston Niles Rumfoord: So far, this is just hearsay. Tell it to the AP, Winston Lights Runoff from TNF. Have you been introduced to the concept of posting a link to the source of your information? You see, I'm a university type, and we believe in that, unless you are just posting something you heard on the street, or that popped into your mind. And you absolutely are lying about my running off from the TNF, I posted there minutes ago. And...
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Re: Tower of Babel, no race mixing please.

upsidedehead ·
Home Depot does in fact support homosexuality. That is not dis****ble; it is fact.. Whether it is to boycotted is another matter. I sure ain't drivin' an extra 10 miles to go to a Lowe's or other store if a Home Depot is across the street. I don't boycott Levi's jeans or other products made by companies that "support homosexuality." Look beneath the the skin of most corporations and you will find some kind of ethical or moral basis to disagree with their policies, but it is too much trouble...
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Re: Lust?

upsidedehead ·
Originally Posted by bluetick: Mr. Upside, Sir. I have taken under my wing, the young Hendrix lad, and am determined to teach him the fine nuances of the art of humor. With your permission, sir, I would like to direct my young student to your above post. I believe he may benefit from careful study of paragraph two. Your description of the miserable beast that was slaughtered for no apparent reason and presented to you as sustenance was down right brilliant. It was concise and your choice of...
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Re: 6.6 grrrrr.... monday!

Captain Obvious ·
Willie walks warily down the street, With the brim pulled way down low...
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Re: Misquoting the bible

The Nagel ·
Originally Posted by Winston Niles Rumfoord: Originally Posted by David L.: Yet another reason smart people use their brains and heart to satisfy their spiritual matters instead of a book written by people who believed the world was flat, rarely lived past 30 and had no knowledge of scientific matters. http://religion.blogs.cnn.com/...ts-not-in-the-bible/ Well, David L., considering the whole universe, how much have we advanced in scientific knowledge as a percentage of the whole over those...
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Re: Misquoting the bible

Winston Niles Rumfoord ·
Originally Posted by The Nagel: hmm.. well.. we learned that the world isn't flat. we learned we arent' the center of the universe. we learned we revolve aroudn the sun, not hte other way around. we learned throwing our wastes in the street was a bad idea and invented plumbing. as a percentage? i don't know. but it's goign to be a huge increase, considering they used to think a falling star was a direct sign from god, and the whole world was only as big as they could see. was this a serious...
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Re: Experts back Sarah Palin’s historical Paul Revere account

Winston Niles Rumfoord ·
OK, Dopie, give us your take on constitutional gun ownership in America. And feel free to cite court cases in your reply. As you know, I have a lawyer living just up the street, and two more down the street.
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Re: Experts back Sarah Palin’s historical Paul Revere account

Blind Melon Chit'lin ·
Originally Posted by Winston Niles Rumfoord: OK, Dopie, give us your take on constitutional gun ownership in America. And feel free to cite court cases in your reply. As you know, I have a lawyer living just up the street, and two more down the street. "It' can't provide any facts. . That's not required at the TNF.
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Re: The Homosexual Agenda

Unobtanium ·
Originally Posted by David L.: Well, that is just it - you DON'T choose. You either are or you aren't. As Lady Gaga says, "Baby, I was born this way!" I know, David. I know. Was being facetious. It is obvious to me that the religious right (and stupid regular people) think the agenda" is to convert people to g a y ism. They are scared as heck that if their little Johnny sees more and more *** people on the street, little Johnny might "choose" to become ***. It is a ridiculous, stupid,...
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Re: more urban violence

Ronnie P. ·
A teenage girl was killed and four men were wounded when two gunmen opened fire on the Brighton Beach boardwalk that was crowded with people seeking relief from Thursday's heat, police said. The shooting erupted at about 5:30 p.m. at Brighton 4th Street and Brighton 6th Street. Police spokesman Paul Browne says the shooting occurred during an altercation on the beach. He did not know if the people shot were intended targets or bystanders. He described the situation as "chaotic.'' ...
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Re: Harold Camping, Rapture Expert

The Nagel ·
Originally Posted by Bill Gray: Hi all, Though there are many who are seeking a way to paint Christianity in a negative light - I must emphasize to everyone, "NO, I do not believe this is God's judgment upon Harold Camping for his false teaching!" As a Facebook Friend, Deborah , said, we must keep Camping and his family in prayer -- for his physical healing and for his spiritual healing. I believe with all my heart that Harold Camping is a false teacher and that much of his eschatological...
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Re: Something Stinks

upsidedehead ·
Great piece by Roling Stone, that "liberal rag.". You will not find find such incisive reporting on a major Wall Street firm's deplorable scheming, money-grubbing, ethically bankrupt behavior in the Wall Street Journal or Business Week..
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Re: Something Stinks

teyates ·
Stop the presses!!! Here is the real truth. It is not JPMorgan, Morgan Stanley, nor any other wall street lending service that caused the problems in Jefferson County. It is the corrupt politicians and the over spending which has bankrupted the city and county coffers. The Jefferson County sewer debacle is one of the biggest domestic utility failures in the history of the US, surpassing even some of the great con jobs performed in California. As long as there are companies out there willing...
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Re: Something Stinks

Mr.Dittohead ·
Originally Posted by teyates: Stop the presses!!! Here is the real truth. It is not JPMorgan, Morgan Stanley, nor any other wall street lending service that caused the problems in Jefferson County. It is the corrupt politicians and the over spending which has bankrupted the city and county coffers. The Jefferson County sewer debacle is one of the biggest domestic utility failures in the history of the US, surpassing even some of the great con jobs performed in California. As long as there...
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Re: Something Stinks

teyates ·
So it is the wall street lending companies fault that a politician or government officer borrowed money from them, and did not understand the terms of the contract which they were signing? Talk about blaming someone else for your inadequacies but that pretty much sums up "shirking your responsibilities" right there. It is nice to blame someone else when you find your azz in a crack, but I am sorry. If you signed an agreement with a floating interest rate you screwed yourself. They should...
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Re: Something Stinks

The Propagandist ·
Originally Posted by teyates: So it is the wall street lending companies fault that a politician or government officer borrowed money from them, and did not understand the terms of the contract which they were signing? Talk about blaming someone else for your inadequacies but that pretty much sums up "shirking your responsibilities" right there. It is nice to blame someone else when you find your azz in a crack, but I am sorry. If you signed an agreement with a floating interest rate you...
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Re: What the Tea Party Gets Right

Blind Melon Chit'lin ·
Originally Posted by The Propagandist: Reflections of a Rational Republican Friday, June 17, 2011 What does the Tea Party get right? Well…practically nothing! It’s not easy to glean a coherent message from the raspy bullhorns of the Tea Party Movement. I get the part about cutting taxes, cutting spending, and reducing the deficit, but beyond those maddeningly contradictory goals all clarity breaks down into a stew of id-driven rants. However, amidst the semi-coherent blather some common...
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Re: What the Tea Party Gets Right

The Propagandist ·
I understand this, and I didn’t make it up. Thomas Frank, the author of the best-selling book What's The Matter with Kansas, is an even more exasperated Democrat and he goes further than Mr Westen. He believes that the voters' preference for emotional engagement over reasonable argument has allowed the Republican Party to blind them to their own real interests. The Republicans have learnt how to stoke up resentment against the patronising liberal elite, all those do-gooders who assume they...
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Re: Dear God

semiannualchick ·
Originally Posted by b50m: If we are wrong. If we are right, eternity awaits. There is no 'right' church to belong to, Christ has only one church. His. It has no denomination. As for worrying, no, don't have that problem. According to some "Christians", there is a wrong/right church. I've had those religious nuts come at me with their best shots that I was in the wrong church, (when I was in church). Some "Christians" will swear their church is the "True Church" the Bible speaks of. You have...
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Re: Dear God

b50m ·
Originally Posted by semiannualchick: Originally Posted by b50m: If we are wrong. If we are right, eternity awaits. There is no 'right' church to belong to, Christ has only one church. His. It has no denomination. As for worrying, no, don't have that problem. According to some "Christians", there is a wrong/right church. I've had those religious nuts come at me with their best shots that I was in the wrong church, (when I was in church). Some "Christians" will swear their church is the "True...
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Re: Dear God

gbrk ·
Originally Posted by semiannualchick: Originally Posted by gbrk: Well we can all rest knowing that you have no preconceived bias or prejudges at all. Are you falling back into that same rut that many non-believers do where they cannot simply argue the merits of their own belief system but have to retort to demeaning those who believe differently? C an we be respectful enough not to use insults or insulting terms to apply to those who choose to believe in God or some Religion? They have just...
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Re: UNA Football

daybeggar ·
UNA is apparently attempting to become the University of Miami of the Tennessee Valley with all of these street thugs being recruited for the football team. I wonder what degree of liability UNA will shoulder when one of these imported street thugs commits an offense against a citizen of our community? I also understand that two of UNA's imports are currently on State Probation transferred from other states' felony probation status. Go Team!
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Re: Which Theory of Evolution Do You Believe?

Jennifer ·
I guess you didn't read it. I didn't say I didn't care, I said I don't know and I look at all theories, the god one being one I don't believe, and there are others. I wonder of course, but it doesn't consume my life. I could look at a theory tomorrow and say, "That's it"! That's the one that is the most logical and makes the most sense to ME and answers any question I have. But I wouldn't run to the school system and insist they had to teach it to all children, I wouldn't stop people on the...
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Re: Five Guys

willie ·
WOW!! all these threads about a place you can't even get a beer to go with your burger?!?!?! i'll be across the street, burgers are just as good and the beer is cold!!!!
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Re: Five Guys

thomaswayne0907 ·
backyard burgers gourmet? lol...no, they were in the same boat with BK, Wendys, MCD, etc. man i'm craving one of these greasy cheese covered burgers as we speak, and about a half order of their fries drizzled in malt vinegar...mmmm so good. of course if i wanted a "dry" burger i can go across the street.
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Re: Kindle

FirenzeVeritas ·
Storm, unless you want to have access to certan newspapers and magazines, another e-reader would be less expensive. I understand the Kindle downloads the Wall Street Journal, etc., and is used for business people, etc. I have a friend with a Sony e-reader and she loves it. She just wanted something for books, and that's what she has. Check out the price difference. It's quite a bit. Kindle is connected to Amazon, so of course that's what Amazon pushes.
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Re: A little refresher on some of the seamier

Howard Roark ·
Interesting that you link a transcript supposed released 10 years ago on Iran-Contra. The source is a progressive website which contains no source for the transcript which is not verified as being part of any recorded transcripts. Of course, there was never any evidence that revealed that Reagan was aware of Iran-Contra, in the first place. What is evident is that there is no hate like the white-hot incandescent hatred of the left. Twenty-one years after Reagan's presidency and five years...
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Re: A little refresher on some of the seamier

beternU ·
Does it not also remind you of the hostility that so many right wingers have toward Jimmy Carter? Plenty of times on this and other forums, I have encountered unrestrained and harsh attacks on that former President by conservatives.
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Re: Travel, Travel, Travel

Elvis Wearing a Bra on Head ·
Ireland has great pubs, and it's fun to hang out in them. Singapore has great food vendors on the street. Go to the Raffles Hotel to get a feel of old Singapore. And have a wonderful time wherever you go!
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Re: Travel, Travel, Travel

Jankinonya ·
Thank you I will! I am really looking forward to going to the pubs. My husbands co-workers there are already talking about taking us to their favorite one. They are local guys and I am sure they will show us a good time. I will have to remember Raffles Hotel in Singapore. That is one of the cities I will be on my own the most. He has alot of work related things that will take up much of his time and he says that he will probably working 12 hours or more a day. Thats along time to be...
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Re: Global Warming Deniers

LMM ·
21st Century Science & Technology Is a New Ice Age Under Way? by Laurence Hecht November 2000 “Watch out, Al Gore. The glaciers will get you!” With that appended note, my friend, retired field geologist Jack Sauers, forwarded to me a report that should have been a lead item in every newspaper in the world. It was the news that the best-measured glacier in North America, the Nisqually on Mount Rainier, has been growing since 1931. The significance of the fact, immediately grasped by any...
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Re: NYT's Pentagon Propaganda

Zombie 9tails ·
Ok, I'll compromise. They can live in the projects on the other side of second street. I mean, they can be innocent over there.
 
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