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  1. about 5 hours ago on Arlo and Janis

    Insurance is one of the ways that Warren and Charlie built their financial empire.

    I didn’t get a lot of bennies from my Vietnam era military service but being eligible for USAA was definitely one.

  2. about 5 hours ago on Gary Varvel

    It’s more of a mud slinging contest between Floridians and San Franciscans.

  3. about 5 hours ago on Win, Lose, Drew

    I could tolerate the football guys but there was one in college basketball that I always muted. “Dicky V” with his repetitive clichés, ridiculous criticisms of refs, and incessant fawning over the demented “General” and that now retired guy from Duke, without any substance about the strategy and plays, was too much for me to listen.

    I never wished him physical problems to get him off the air, but I definitely have enjoyed watching my alma mater and assorted key games without having to find him assigned to those games.

  4. about 18 hours ago on M2Bulls

    It’s the nature of man and warring. One side has something the other wants or needs and believes it will succeed in taking everything.

    Nothing was stolen. The side that had it then lost it when it was unable to defend possession of it.

  5. about 18 hours ago on Jeff Danziger

    Goes back further. Start listing all of the players who enabled Israel to do that to another small powerless population.

    I wonder if any of the indigenous US populations have taken a public position on the conflict. Probably better if they remained silent.

  6. about 18 hours ago on Gary Varvel

    15% higher excess deaths among Republicans

    [Note the point made in the article about vaccines that may give you some insight about causality. Another fact that may assist with honesty is that the Orange Clown’s count was from March 1, 2020 to January 19, 2021. Biden’s count is still continuing from January 20, 2021 and the refusal numbers to be vaccinated are increasing.]

    In general, there was a 20.5 percentage-point (95% prediction interval [PI], 15.6 to 25.6 percentage points) increase in weekly death counts in Florida and Ohio between March 2020 and December 2021. Excess death rates were 2.8 percentage points (15%) higher for Republican voters compared with Democratic voters (95% PI, 1.6 to 3.7 percentage points).

     The higher excess death rate observed among Republican voters may continue through subsequent stages of the pandemic.

    After May of 2021, roughly 1 month after COVID-19 vaccines became widely available, the gap between Republicans and Democrats further widened, to 7.7 percentage points (95% PI, 6.0 to 9.3 percentage points) in the adjusted analysis, or a 43% difference, the authors said. The difference was seen in Florida, but was most pronounced in Ohio.

    By looking at individual-level connections between political affiliations and excess deaths, the study highlights that the most significant divide occurred only after COVID-19 vaccines became widely available.

  7. about 18 hours ago on Gary Varvel

    Cidrap ( Dot) umn (Dot) edu

  8. about 18 hours ago on Gary Varvel

    The article entitled “Political party affiliation linked to excess COVID deaths“ is at .

  9. about 18 hours ago on Gary Varvel

    Since you are going to be honest then you might want to include this:



  10. 2 days ago on Gary Varvel

    Hairy Drivel knows where to get the butter for his bread. The Orange Gullible Birds with an average sixth grade education eat this stuff up.

    Can hear them singing now about the Great Demented Orange. “If lying to me is wrong, I don’t want to know what’s right.”

    May they suffer the most and the worst if the their crazy insurrectionist successfully steals the election this time. Please someone…anyone…LOCK HIM UP!