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  • PJPOWERPJPOWER In Yo FacePosts: 6,182
    mrussel1 said:
    static111 said:
    nicknyr15 said:
    static111 said:
    mrussel1 said:
    static111 said:
    I could really use that $2000 check that was supposed to fly out the door, especially after being out of work the last week in the crisis within a crisis that is TX.
    I know,  this shit is getting ridiculous. 

    Do you have power?
    Power is back, no water...sometimes water does trickle out and we catch it and then boil it on the stove before running it through the brita.  Taking baths with hot washcloths of boiled water. Saving our wash water to flush toilets.   Could be 7 days or more before water is restored. I’m glad to be warm again though. 
    Fuck dude. Is there anything we can do to help you?
    Lol Knock some sense into the idiots in our state that keep voting for politicians and policies that cause this.   Maybe donate to a cause that is helping people out here in Texas that are less fortunate than me.
    I really hope that this is a wake up call to Texas citizens that govt actually has a purpose and the profit motive is not always aligned with the needs of citizens.  But I'm sure this is Obama's fault.
    Funny thing about it...the most heavily republican voting areas didn’t get hit like south TX did, so I doubt it will make much difference.  The TX panhandle is not on Ercot and had pretty much no issues because the panhandle is used to cold weather.  
  • mrussel1mrussel1 Posts: 21,506
    PJPOWER said:
    mrussel1 said:
    static111 said:
    nicknyr15 said:
    static111 said:
    mrussel1 said:
    static111 said:
    I could really use that $2000 check that was supposed to fly out the door, especially after being out of work the last week in the crisis within a crisis that is TX.
    I know,  this shit is getting ridiculous. 

    Do you have power?
    Power is back, no water...sometimes water does trickle out and we catch it and then boil it on the stove before running it through the brita.  Taking baths with hot washcloths of boiled water. Saving our wash water to flush toilets.   Could be 7 days or more before water is restored. I’m glad to be warm again though. 
    Fuck dude. Is there anything we can do to help you?
    Lol Knock some sense into the idiots in our state that keep voting for politicians and policies that cause this.   Maybe donate to a cause that is helping people out here in Texas that are less fortunate than me.
    I really hope that this is a wake up call to Texas citizens that govt actually has a purpose and the profit motive is not always aligned with the needs of citizens.  But I'm sure this is Obama's fault.
    Funny thing about it...the most heavily republican voting areas didn’t get hit like south TX did, so I doubt it will make much difference.  The TX panhandle is not on Ercot and had pretty much no issues because the panhandle is used to cold weather.  
    I can imagine the panhandle being ultra conservative, but isn't it small population wise,  compared to the mega cities? Dallas was on the Texas grid, right?
  • PJPOWERPJPOWER In Yo FacePosts: 6,182
    edited February 21
    mrussel1 said:
    PJPOWER said:
    mrussel1 said:
    static111 said:
    nicknyr15 said:
    static111 said:
    mrussel1 said:
    static111 said:
    I could really use that $2000 check that was supposed to fly out the door, especially after being out of work the last week in the crisis within a crisis that is TX.
    I know,  this shit is getting ridiculous. 

    Do you have power?
    Power is back, no water...sometimes water does trickle out and we catch it and then boil it on the stove before running it through the brita.  Taking baths with hot washcloths of boiled water. Saving our wash water to flush toilets.   Could be 7 days or more before water is restored. I’m glad to be warm again though. 
    Fuck dude. Is there anything we can do to help you?
    Lol Knock some sense into the idiots in our state that keep voting for politicians and policies that cause this.   Maybe donate to a cause that is helping people out here in Texas that are less fortunate than me.
    I really hope that this is a wake up call to Texas citizens that govt actually has a purpose and the profit motive is not always aligned with the needs of citizens.  But I'm sure this is Obama's fault.
    Funny thing about it...the most heavily republican voting areas didn’t get hit like south TX did, so I doubt it will make much difference.  The TX panhandle is not on Ercot and had pretty much no issues because the panhandle is used to cold weather.  
    I can imagine the panhandle being ultra conservative, but isn't it small population wise,  compared to the mega cities? Dallas was on the Texas grid, right?
    The panhandle has a pretty large population, but they are mostly rural.  Dallas and most of the southern cities usually lean Democrat anyways.  It will be interesting how much of the blame gets put on the mayors of the larger cities.  Those could be the elections to watch.
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  • mrussel1mrussel1 Posts: 21,506
    PJPOWER said:
    mrussel1 said:
    PJPOWER said:
    mrussel1 said:
    static111 said:
    nicknyr15 said:
    static111 said:
    mrussel1 said:
    static111 said:
    I could really use that $2000 check that was supposed to fly out the door, especially after being out of work the last week in the crisis within a crisis that is TX.
    I know,  this shit is getting ridiculous. 

    Do you have power?
    Power is back, no water...sometimes water does trickle out and we catch it and then boil it on the stove before running it through the brita.  Taking baths with hot washcloths of boiled water. Saving our wash water to flush toilets.   Could be 7 days or more before water is restored. I’m glad to be warm again though. 
    Fuck dude. Is there anything we can do to help you?
    Lol Knock some sense into the idiots in our state that keep voting for politicians and policies that cause this.   Maybe donate to a cause that is helping people out here in Texas that are less fortunate than me.
    I really hope that this is a wake up call to Texas citizens that govt actually has a purpose and the profit motive is not always aligned with the needs of citizens.  But I'm sure this is Obama's fault.
    Funny thing about it...the most heavily republican voting areas didn’t get hit like south TX did, so I doubt it will make much difference.  The TX panhandle is not on Ercot and had pretty much no issues because the panhandle is used to cold weather.  
    I can imagine the panhandle being ultra conservative, but isn't it small population wise,  compared to the mega cities? Dallas was on the Texas grid, right?
    The panhandle has a pretty large population, but they are mostly rural.  Dallas and most of the southern cities usually lean Democrat anyways.  It will be interesting how much of the blame gets put on the mayors of the larger cities.
    The cities absolutely, but not Plano, Ft Worth and the suburban areas, or am I wrong?  I am not trying to argue, but curious whether a big part of the red population was affected by this issue, enough to get some movement to winterize first, and maybe connect to the two national grids.  
  • PJPOWERPJPOWER In Yo FacePosts: 6,182
    mrussel1 said:
    PJPOWER said:
    mrussel1 said:
    PJPOWER said:
    mrussel1 said:
    static111 said:
    nicknyr15 said:
    static111 said:
    mrussel1 said:
    static111 said:
    I could really use that $2000 check that was supposed to fly out the door, especially after being out of work the last week in the crisis within a crisis that is TX.
    I know,  this shit is getting ridiculous. 

    Do you have power?
    Power is back, no water...sometimes water does trickle out and we catch it and then boil it on the stove before running it through the brita.  Taking baths with hot washcloths of boiled water. Saving our wash water to flush toilets.   Could be 7 days or more before water is restored. I’m glad to be warm again though. 
    Fuck dude. Is there anything we can do to help you?
    Lol Knock some sense into the idiots in our state that keep voting for politicians and policies that cause this.   Maybe donate to a cause that is helping people out here in Texas that are less fortunate than me.
    I really hope that this is a wake up call to Texas citizens that govt actually has a purpose and the profit motive is not always aligned with the needs of citizens.  But I'm sure this is Obama's fault.
    Funny thing about it...the most heavily republican voting areas didn’t get hit like south TX did, so I doubt it will make much difference.  The TX panhandle is not on Ercot and had pretty much no issues because the panhandle is used to cold weather.  
    I can imagine the panhandle being ultra conservative, but isn't it small population wise,  compared to the mega cities? Dallas was on the Texas grid, right?
    The panhandle has a pretty large population, but they are mostly rural.  Dallas and most of the southern cities usually lean Democrat anyways.  It will be interesting how much of the blame gets put on the mayors of the larger cities.
    The cities absolutely, but not Plano, Ft Worth and the suburban areas, or am I wrong?  I am not trying to argue, but curious whether a big part of the red population was affected by this issue, enough to get some movement to winterize first, and maybe connect to the two national grids.  
    From the chatter I’ve heard, people are mostly upset with the power companies and city officials than anything, but there will definitely be political ripples from all of this...
  • mrussel1mrussel1 Posts: 21,506
    PJPOWER said:
    mrussel1 said:
    PJPOWER said:
    mrussel1 said:
    PJPOWER said:
    mrussel1 said:
    static111 said:
    nicknyr15 said:
    static111 said:
    mrussel1 said:
    static111 said:
    I could really use that $2000 check that was supposed to fly out the door, especially after being out of work the last week in the crisis within a crisis that is TX.
    I know,  this shit is getting ridiculous. 

    Do you have power?
    Power is back, no water...sometimes water does trickle out and we catch it and then boil it on the stove before running it through the brita.  Taking baths with hot washcloths of boiled water. Saving our wash water to flush toilets.   Could be 7 days or more before water is restored. I’m glad to be warm again though. 
    Fuck dude. Is there anything we can do to help you?
    Lol Knock some sense into the idiots in our state that keep voting for politicians and policies that cause this.   Maybe donate to a cause that is helping people out here in Texas that are less fortunate than me.
    I really hope that this is a wake up call to Texas citizens that govt actually has a purpose and the profit motive is not always aligned with the needs of citizens.  But I'm sure this is Obama's fault.
    Funny thing about it...the most heavily republican voting areas didn’t get hit like south TX did, so I doubt it will make much difference.  The TX panhandle is not on Ercot and had pretty much no issues because the panhandle is used to cold weather.  
    I can imagine the panhandle being ultra conservative, but isn't it small population wise,  compared to the mega cities? Dallas was on the Texas grid, right?
    The panhandle has a pretty large population, but they are mostly rural.  Dallas and most of the southern cities usually lean Democrat anyways.  It will be interesting how much of the blame gets put on the mayors of the larger cities.
    The cities absolutely, but not Plano, Ft Worth and the suburban areas, or am I wrong?  I am not trying to argue, but curious whether a big part of the red population was affected by this issue, enough to get some movement to winterize first, and maybe connect to the two national grids.  
    From the chatter I’ve heard, people are mostly upset with the power companies and city officials than anything, but there will definitely be political ripples from all of this...
    I've seen some of the bills posted online, that's going to be a shitshow.  It will be interesting to see how the state gov't subsidizes or uses the FEMA funds to help out that piece.
  • static111static111 Posts: 2,539
    I just found out that not all of t he outages were due to the storm.  Apparently Ercot had certain providers like austin energy that have fixed rates, shed power just so they didn’t lose the profits from t he price spikes.   Mostly people are pissed at Ercot down here, but my socialist ass is going to explain to a lot of people what party and what policies allow a consortium like ERCOT to thrive and be shielded from lawsuits.  

    They are also talking about using tax dollars to winterize...talk about socialism for the rich.
  • mrussel1mrussel1 Posts: 21,506
    static111 said:
    I just found out that not all of t he outages were due to the storm.  Apparently Ercot had certain providers like austin energy that have fixed rates, shed power just so they didn’t lose the profits from t he price spikes.   Mostly people are pissed at Ercot down here, but my socialist ass is going to explain to a lot of people what party and what policies allow a consortium like ERCOT to thrive and be shielded from lawsuits.  

    They are also talking about using tax dollars to winterize...talk about socialism for the rich.
    Yes I read a few days ago that there's no obligation to provide power.  So if the costs spike, or even plummet, the companies can shut down. 
  • static111static111 Posts: 2,539
    mrussel1 said:
    static111 said:
    I just found out that not all of t he outages were due to the storm.  Apparently Ercot had certain providers like austin energy that have fixed rates, shed power just so they didn’t lose the profits from t he price spikes.   Mostly people are pissed at Ercot down here, but my socialist ass is going to explain to a lot of people what party and what policies allow a consortium like ERCOT to thrive and be shielded from lawsuits.  

    They are also talking about using tax dollars to winterize...talk about socialism for the rich.
    Yes I read a few days ago that there's no obligation to provide power.  So if the costs spike, or even plummet, the companies can shut down. 
    Yes so basically there was no reason that so many were out of power so long.   This would have still been bad, but not as bad.  
  • static111static111 Posts: 2,539
    mrussel1 said:
    static111 said:
    I just found out that not all of t he outages were due to the storm.  Apparently Ercot had certain providers like austin energy that have fixed rates, shed power just so they didn’t lose the profits from t he price spikes.   Mostly people are pissed at Ercot down here, but my socialist ass is going to explain to a lot of people what party and what policies allow a consortium like ERCOT to thrive and be shielded from lawsuits.  

    They are also talking about using tax dollars to winterize...talk about socialism for the rich.
    Yes I read a few days ago that there's no obligation to provide power.  So if the costs spike, or even plummet, the companies can shut down. 
    I’m sure someone on this board will defend this practice which should be criminal.
  • mrussel1mrussel1 Posts: 21,506
    static111 said:
    mrussel1 said:
    static111 said:
    I just found out that not all of t he outages were due to the storm.  Apparently Ercot had certain providers like austin energy that have fixed rates, shed power just so they didn’t lose the profits from t he price spikes.   Mostly people are pissed at Ercot down here, but my socialist ass is going to explain to a lot of people what party and what policies allow a consortium like ERCOT to thrive and be shielded from lawsuits.  

    They are also talking about using tax dollars to winterize...talk about socialism for the rich.
    Yes I read a few days ago that there's no obligation to provide power.  So if the costs spike, or even plummet, the companies can shut down. 
    I’m sure someone on this board will defend this practice which should be criminal.
    I agree. There are certain critical services that must be regulated.  Electricity, heat and water are right at the top of the list. 
  • Lerxst1992Lerxst1992 Posts: 4,062
    PJPOWER said:
    mrussel1 said:
    PJPOWER said:
    mrussel1 said:
    PJPOWER said:
    mrussel1 said:
    static111 said:
    nicknyr15 said:
    static111 said:
    mrussel1 said:
    static111 said:
    I could really use that $2000 check that was supposed to fly out the door, especially after being out of work the last week in the crisis within a crisis that is TX.
    I know,  this shit is getting ridiculous. 

    Do you have power?
    Power is back, no water...sometimes water does trickle out and we catch it and then boil it on the stove before running it through the brita.  Taking baths with hot washcloths of boiled water. Saving our wash water to flush toilets.   Could be 7 days or more before water is restored. I’m glad to be warm again though. 
    Fuck dude. Is there anything we can do to help you?
    Lol Knock some sense into the idiots in our state that keep voting for politicians and policies that cause this.   Maybe donate to a cause that is helping people out here in Texas that are less fortunate than me.
    I really hope that this is a wake up call to Texas citizens that govt actually has a purpose and the profit motive is not always aligned with the needs of citizens.  But I'm sure this is Obama's fault.
    Funny thing about it...the most heavily republican voting areas didn’t get hit like south TX did, so I doubt it will make much difference.  The TX panhandle is not on Ercot and had pretty much no issues because the panhandle is used to cold weather.  
    I can imagine the panhandle being ultra conservative, but isn't it small population wise,  compared to the mega cities? Dallas was on the Texas grid, right?
    The panhandle has a pretty large population, but they are mostly rural.  Dallas and most of the southern cities usually lean Democrat anyways.  It will be interesting how much of the blame gets put on the mayors of the larger cities.
    The cities absolutely, but not Plano, Ft Worth and the suburban areas, or am I wrong?  I am not trying to argue, but curious whether a big part of the red population was affected by this issue, enough to get some movement to winterize first, and maybe connect to the two national grids.  
    From the chatter I’ve heard, people are mostly upset with the power companies and city officials than anything, but there will definitely be political ripples from all of this...
    Hopefully all Texans will come to learn their state is the only one that decided to get off the grid, so they could escape FERC regulation. These are state level decisions, not city and local. Texas has been run by republicans for decades and they are proud to tell the feds, eff no regulation in our state.

    well...regulation calls for winterizing assets. Southern states don’t need to do that? Although it may not get cold every winter, it certainly will get freezing cold one winter, and that’s all it takes for people to pay with their lives. Once.

    Interesting watching news clips, the residents knew to have winter coats, but state leadership didnt know to winterize the utility assets?
  • mrussel1mrussel1 Posts: 21,506
    Good analogy!
  • gimmesometruth27gimmesometruth27 St. Fuckin LouisPosts: 18,693
    that biden speech just now was really good. 

    it is so refreshing to have someone that is compassionate in the oval office. i had forgotten what that was like.
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  • josevolutionjosevolution Posts: 24,793
    that biden speech just now was really good. 

    it is so refreshing to have someone that is compassionate in the oval office. i had forgotten what that was like.
    That’s twice Biden has paid respect to the perished Americans from C19! The previous version of president not once!
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  • BentleyspopBentleyspop Craft Beer Brewery, ColoradoPosts: 8,796
    that biden speech just now was really good. 

    it is so refreshing to have someone that is compassionate in the oval office. i had forgotten what that was like.
    This is what  Americans get when they vote for a mature adult
  • nicknyr15nicknyr15 Posts: 4,408
    that biden speech just now was really good. 

    it is so refreshing to have someone that is compassionate in the oval office. i had forgotten what that was like.
    This is what  Americans get when they vote for a mature adult
    Yea but he dropped the N word !!!!!! 

    🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄
  • PJPOWERPJPOWER In Yo FacePosts: 6,182
    edited February 24
    Off to a great start...kids back in cages and now this:
    https://www.politico.com/news/2021/02/24/texas-judge-biden-deportation-ban-471315

    “ A federal judge in Texas on Tuesday blocked President Joe Biden’s 100-day moratorium on most deportations, the latest blow to Biden on one of his signature campaign promises.”
    Post edited by PJPOWER on
  • dankinddankind I am not your foot. Posts: 17,855
    nicknyr15 said:
    that biden speech just now was really good. 

    it is so refreshing to have someone that is compassionate in the oval office. i had forgotten what that was like.
    This is what  Americans get when they vote for a mature adult
    Yea but he dropped the N word !!!!!! 

    🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄
    N-- eager, please.
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  • nicknyr15nicknyr15 Posts: 4,408
    dankind said:
    nicknyr15 said:
    that biden speech just now was really good. 

    it is so refreshing to have someone that is compassionate in the oval office. i had forgotten what that was like.
    This is what  Americans get when they vote for a mature adult
    Yea but he dropped the N word !!!!!! 

    🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄
    N-- eager, please.
    Ha! 
  • mrussel1mrussel1 Posts: 21,506
    PJPOWER said:
    Off to a great start...kids back in cages and now this:
    https://www.politico.com/news/2021/02/24/texas-judge-biden-deportation-ban-471315

    “ A federal judge in Texas on Tuesday blocked President Joe Biden’s 100-day moratorium on most deportations, the latest blow to Biden on one of his signature campaign promises.”
    This comes down to separation policy.  Do you support the separation policy by Trump/Miller?  There's not much dispute that you have to have someplace to put unaccompanied minors who cross the border.  Second, are you saying that Biden's policy includes putting these kids in cages?  I guess I'm trying to figure out if you're being serious or just making jokes about the plight of kids. 
  • hsohihsohi Posts: 1,033
    One of the reasons I liked Biden is that he is a “forever war” type of guy, unlike Trump. With the Syria strikes hopefully just the beginning for the next 4 years expect the military industrial complex to fuel the economy.
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  • OnWis97OnWis97 St. Paul, MNPosts: 3,725
    hsohi said:
    One of the reasons I liked Biden is that he is a “forever war” type of guy, unlike Trump. With the Syria strikes hopefully just the beginning for the next 4 years expect the military industrial complex to fuel the economy.
    Yep.  I’ve got blood on my hands.  I am old enough to remember when the GOP was the war hawk party.  Now it’s the Dems.  The irony is that the GQP is going to run on “cancel cancel culture” when they should run on this.

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  • brianluxbrianlux Moving through All Kinds of Terrain.Posts: 34,289
    hsohi said:
    One of the reasons I liked Biden is that he is a “forever war” type of guy, unlike Trump. With the Syria strikes hopefully just the beginning for the next 4 years expect the military industrial complex to fuel the economy.

    I hope you are kidding.  Does anyone really "like" forever war?  Do you really like the idea of war and killing to fuel an economy based on consumption of resources that are over taxed is a good thing?

    This is from Heather Cox-Richardson's latest letter:

    "Another is that the Biden administration launched an airstrike today on Syrian facilities used by Iran-backed militias that have been attacking U.S. troops in Iraq. The strike was a response to a rocket attack in Iraq that killed a U.S. contractor and wounded coalition troops earlier this month. The airstrike, coming at a time that the U.S. is hoping to get Iran to rejoin talks about the 2015 nuclear deal Trump rejected, was likely a sign that Iran should expect that the U.S. will remain engaged in talks but will still respond to attacks."

    Why is it that Democratic administrations are so war like?  Here we are, just a little over a month into the Biden administration and, BOOM! , more war.  WTF??? And why would Iran want to remain in talks with then when we just bombed them?  Are you kidding me?  "Oh, you just bombed me.  Well, gosh, lets talk."  What that fucking hell?
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  • mickeyratmickeyrat Posts: 21,281
    brianlux said:
    hsohi said:
    One of the reasons I liked Biden is that he is a “forever war” type of guy, unlike Trump. With the Syria strikes hopefully just the beginning for the next 4 years expect the military industrial complex to fuel the economy.

    I hope you are kidding.  Does anyone really "like" forever war?  Do you really like the idea of war and killing to fuel an economy based on consumption of resources that are over taxed is a good thing?

    This is from Heather Cox-Richardson's latest letter:

    "Another is that the Biden administration launched an airstrike today on Syrian facilities used by Iran-backed militias that have been attacking U.S. troops in Iraq. The strike was a response to a rocket attack in Iraq that killed a U.S. contractor and wounded coalition troops earlier this month. The airstrike, coming at a time that the U.S. is hoping to get Iran to rejoin talks about the 2015 nuclear deal Trump rejected, was likely a sign that Iran should expect that the U.S. will remain engaged in talks but will still respond to attacks."

    Why is it that Democratic administrations are so war like?  Here we are, just a little over a month into the Biden administration and, BOOM! , more war.  WTF??? And why would Iran want to remain in talks with then when we just bombed them?  Are you kidding me?  "Oh, you just bombed me.  Well, gosh, lets talk."  What that fucking hell?

    because their proxies attacked us a few weeks ago?
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  • brianluxbrianlux Moving through All Kinds of Terrain.Posts: 34,289
    mickeyrat said:
    brianlux said:
    hsohi said:
    One of the reasons I liked Biden is that he is a “forever war” type of guy, unlike Trump. With the Syria strikes hopefully just the beginning for the next 4 years expect the military industrial complex to fuel the economy.

    I hope you are kidding.  Does anyone really "like" forever war?  Do you really like the idea of war and killing to fuel an economy based on consumption of resources that are over taxed is a good thing?

    This is from Heather Cox-Richardson's latest letter:

    "Another is that the Biden administration launched an airstrike today on Syrian facilities used by Iran-backed militias that have been attacking U.S. troops in Iraq. The strike was a response to a rocket attack in Iraq that killed a U.S. contractor and wounded coalition troops earlier this month. The airstrike, coming at a time that the U.S. is hoping to get Iran to rejoin talks about the 2015 nuclear deal Trump rejected, was likely a sign that Iran should expect that the U.S. will remain engaged in talks but will still respond to attacks."

    Why is it that Democratic administrations are so war like?  Here we are, just a little over a month into the Biden administration and, BOOM! , more war.  WTF??? And why would Iran want to remain in talks with then when we just bombed them?  Are you kidding me?  "Oh, you just bombed me.  Well, gosh, lets talk."  What that fucking hell?

    because their proxies attacked us a few weeks ago?

    I just can't see it being coincidence that Dem presidents are always bombing someone.
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  • dignindignin Posts: 8,952
    edited February 26
    People do realize that the US launched multiple attacks in Syria during the Trump admin right?

    So the "unlike Trump" line is pretty ignorant.
  • static111static111 Posts: 2,539
    Bombs not Checks!
  • static111static111 Posts: 2,539
    Bombs not Wages!
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