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Nathanael D. Striker

Nathanael D. Striker

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In Topic: Russia, the U.S.A., and the White House Administration

18 April 2019 - 11:47 PM

https://www.cnn.com/...-pdf/index.html

 

The redacted copy of the report is out, and CNN is gracious enough to have it available for download.


In Topic: U.S. Government Set to Shutdown for Third Time This Year

15 April 2019 - 04:20 PM

But I thought love trumps hate. Here's your chance to show it. Take a few illegals into your home roxas

 

Answer the question, Winter. You tend to sidestep questions, and it annoys me.

 

And since I haven't answered vla1ne's question from a while back yet, seems reasonable to me. Simply hiring more people to deal with 50 doesn't do much when more can come. My issue is if it is worth the upfront cost and future investment, both political and monetary, especially since the latter has been a moving target iirc.


In Topic: UK EU Referendum [In or Out?]

10 April 2019 - 10:01 PM

They're just gonna keep delaying till they call quits aren't they? This is why you don't put a remainer in charge of brexit

 

Sooner or later, France is going to have enough. It only takes one EU nation to kick the UK out once October 31st hits.


In Topic: UK EU Referendum [In or Out?]

05 April 2019 - 09:36 AM

Yeah, and my phone's autocorrect is bugging up a bit when using Chrome atm. Don't know why.


In Topic: UK EU Referendum [In or Out?]

05 April 2019 - 08:46 AM

The Washington Post: Britain to take part in European Parliament elections, signaling a Brexit delay.
 
Headline is somewhat misleading as May is only making preparations for such an event. She requested another short extension, but this prep must be expecting a long one.