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the sinner
I have a Black belt in minding my own business.
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the sinner Nov 12
Replying to @marcuslemonis
This episode has zero of the 3p's
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the sinner Nov 12
Replying to @marcuslemonis
The ones where I learn something about business, not just watch you play nanny to a person whos not serious about business
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Marcus Lemonis Nov 12
Who knows and how good he is at businesses?
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the sinner Nov 12
Replying to @ddale8
His brain isn't functioning at 100%.
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ΛΧΑ • Kent State Nov 12
Come out and support at la t’s from 5-10 💙💛helping us to raise awareness and money for autism speaks
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the sinner Nov 10
Replying to @AlexParkerDC
College football fandom
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Ted Alexandro Nov 8
Billionaires cannot solve our problems. They are the problem. Billionaires cannot solve our problems. They are the problem. Billionaires cannot solve our problems. They are the problem. Billionaires cannot solve our problems. They are the problem.
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Alex Cole Nov 8
So let's get this straight. Republicans are arguing that all people willing to testify under oath are lying, and all people unwilling to testify under oath are telling the truth. And that, ladies and gentlemen, is how FUCKING STUPID Republicans are.
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the sinner Nov 8
Replying to @andrewzimmern
He loves a parade
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Kathleen Kingsbury Nov 8
When Bill Gates founded Microsoft in 1975, the top marginal tax rate on personal income was 70 percent ... that did not dissuade Mr. Gates from pouring himself into his business, nor discouraged his investors from pouring in their money.
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NY AG James Nov 7
BREAKING: We’ve secured a court order forcing President Trump to pay $2M in damages after admitting to illegally using the Trump Foundation to help him intervene in the 2016 presidential election and further his own political interests. No one is above the law.
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the sinner Nov 5
Replying to @marcuslemonis
Lol. No worries my dude. Keep hustling
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the sinner Nov 5
Replying to @marcuslemonis
Seems disingenuous. You couldn't be POTUS. Seems more direct to just acknowledge it. No disrespect. I didn't write, or ratify the Constitution. 'Dems da rules.
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the sinner Nov 5
Replying to @marcuslemonis
Weren't you born out of the country, and then adopted? I think, like Arnold that disqualifies you for POTUS. right? Why not just answer accurately and say that?
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the sinner Nov 5
Replying to @marcuslemonis
So let me understand... people who have not achieved financial success, just haven't tried or worked hard enough?
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the sinner Nov 5
Replying to @marcuslemonis
You do get a seat at the table to decide where the money goes. It's called an election. Why should someone get "more" say than others,? Just because they pay more in taxes? That's a special interest, an we've already got enough of those.
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the sinner Nov 4
Replying to @mcuban
That'll look awkward on a billboard
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the sinner Oct 30
Replying to @LittleMissLizz
That aired on fox. Small words. Low concept. Fit the audience base.
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the sinner Oct 30
Replying to @emrazz
Damn. That's awful. I'm sorry you (or anyone) had that terrible violence in your life. I hope you find peace.
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David Freedlander Oct 30
James McCloughan ran through VietCong gunfire for 2 days, saving 10 men, taking shrapnel from a rocket-propelled grenade and small-arms fire into his head and arm, refusing a superior's order to evacuate. Today he was replaced by a picture of a dog
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