Tuesday, November 05, 2019

The Nubble Lighthouse ⛵️ York, Maine



26 comments:

  1. Paris climate accords: US notifies UN of intention to withdraw
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-50297029

    Even though I knew the story, it was good to read this all the way through. This might bring some people out to work for good candidates.

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  2. I can use the link to this thread fine, Alan.

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    1. Link wasn't working with Firefox browser; tried with Safari (took a bit of time to reset password) and now that is working for me (it didn't used to).

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    2. Not working with my outdated version of Chrome browser either. Will investigate situation on desktop computer.

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  3. Trump Trails Democrats by Double Digits [Click] And we are a year from the election, the public hearings have not started, and the employment, trade and budget downturns have just begun. He’s going to leave a social and governmental wreck for the next president(s) to clean up. If he destroys the Republican Party and rallies large numbers of people to vote Democratic and continue to do so, those would be positives. I bear in mind that the decay of the Whig Party was followed by the rise of the Know Nothings (AKA American Party).

    Elizabeth Warren: A climate denier-in-chief sits in the White House today. But not for long [Click]

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  4. testing OK with computer/browser one.

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  5. testing desktop with browser two--OK

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  6. testing desktop with browser three--OK

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  7. Testomg desktop with browser four--OK

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  8. Testing (not testomg!) desktop with browser five--OK. All good at this keyboard.

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  9. Andy Beshear (D) has defeated Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin (R) in the race for governor, the Cook Political Report projects.

    Democrats have won control of the Virginia State Senate, the Cook Political Report projects.

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    1. Good news as I got back from the Disability Pride Parade committee meeting.

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  10. Democrats have won control of both houses of the Virginia Legislature, the Cook Political Report projects.

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  11. The race for governor in Kentucky between the incumbent Republican Matt Bevin and the Democratic challenger Andy Beshear remains too close to call, according to the AP:

    With 100% of precincts reporting, Beshear has a lead of 4,658 votes out of more than 1.4m counted, or a margin of 0.3 percentage points.

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    1. How very promising and exciting!!

      Yet, aren't Dementia and Alzheimer's considered to be two different things?

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    2. Alzheimer's is the most common form of dementia, but the term "dementia" is much broader.

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    3. In the case at hand, dementia means Alzheimer's Disease. Her family has an early-onset familial type.

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  13. In Mississippi, with 69% of precincts reporting the Republican gubernatorial candidate leads by 10%, 54% to 44%.

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  14. Was talking with my ex tonight, and he was very surprised at the Kentucky race (Didn't the President go there last night?) and (the economy's so good: FOX MENU. Everybody's being so mean to the President!

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