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RalphWaldoMooseworth

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RalphWaldoMooseworth last won the day on July 27

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  1. Yes it does! Beware the _)(I_*&^% skeeters though!
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  3. Surprising that those things ran so hot and cold - eventually killed due to lack of sales, which is hard to believe as popular as they once seemed. It is also funny how they aimed at young people but many older people loved them! No offense intended, Further and LJ. Also hard to believe that Honda killed the del Sol after only 5 years. Obviously a kick-ass supercool car.
  4. Our Dyson Ball has a red reset button that you need to press after the brush hits an obstructions and stops. That was quite a revelation finding that!
  5. I'll take a look. Hmm, this just clouds the issue. There is still an Englich language Al Jazeera, I didn't realize it was Quatar behind it. https://www.nytimes.com/2016/02/18/opinion/why-america-turned-off-al-jazeera.html OK, now it is Al Jazeera Englich. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Al_Jazeera_English#The_Americas All this bias stuff makes me realize that I often go to Wikipedia to get a common frame of reference. I think they do a pretty good job of neutrality. It is a colossus, that is for sure! I am amazed at its continued persistence and development!
  6. Very nice! I Love the Blue Ridge Mountains.
  7. No love for Gallagher? Or is he more of a "performance artist"?
  8. The highlight of the Woodstock replay for me was Ten Years After last night, and Joe Cocker and Jimi are of course classics. But Ten Years After wins the underrated and shoulda' been more famous award IMO.
  9. Yes, I enjoyed reading it in my doctor's office. https://www.economist.com/ Good example article: https://www.economist.com/international/2019/08/15/the-global-gag-on-free-speech-is-tightening
  10. https://www.apnews.com/ They have a pretty good website, but ChrisL is right, it is depressing to read about 63 dead in a Kabul wedding bombing, danmmit.
  11. I agree, simplistic labels suck! The patent lawyer that started that chart is parlaying it into a company, and quality is part of the deal. I like the complex analysis thing, delving into the whole history of a subject. I think it is a great way to learn from history, to put things in the long term perspective.
  12. The latest version of the bias chart had Al Jazeera dead center with USA Today. I thought I heard recently though that Al Jazeera was getting oot of us news.. anyhoo, it is sort of interesting that they are the pinnacle of neutrality!
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