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Steve Menard
I'm a freelance graphic designer and illustrator, specializing in corporate branding and character design.
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Steve Menard 4h
Replying to @TeaPainUSA
Trump must pull a rabbit out of his hat… thus, at the debate, he'll ask Biden to be his VP for the next 4 years. It would be a showman's bold gesture to reunite the country. Others would call it insanity.
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Steve Menard 4h
Replying to @TeaPainUSA
This entire situation reminds me of every Dracula movie…the "good guys" must NOT HESITATE. They must (metaphorically) drive a stake all the way through the body of Dracula (Trump) before sunset, while he's still in his coffin (i.e. on the defensive).
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Steve Menard Oct 15
Replying to @kwitbelyakin @svdate
Derkach is FSB-trained (1990s) and worked with Manafort during (Russian stooge) Yanukovych's reign in Ukraine. Giuliani has been played by these guys since 2016.
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Steve Menard Oct 15
Which proves to me that you think the primary prerequisite of a US President is entertainment value. Trump can have his own (fake) reality TV show after he's defeated in November.
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Steve Menard Oct 15
Replying to @SpiroAgnewGhost
It's hard to believe that in Canada we have a 33-day campaign, followed by a 1-week transition period!
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Steve Menard Oct 15
Replying to @kwitbelyakin @svdate
It's very unlikely Biden investigation would turn up anything prosecutable. The fact that Bill Barr has not gone there is proof enough that it's not worth anyone's time and/or taxpayers' money.
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Steve Menard Oct 15
Replying to @kwitbelyakin @svdate
Sorry, I can't let your comment go unchallenged. You should read The Mueller Report. His team found a lot. Mueller himself said in his testimony that Trump could be prosecuted on Obstruction of Justice if he were not currently President. There will be more once he's out of office
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Steve Menard Oct 15
Replying to @kwitbelyakin @svdate
2/2… a certain amount of corruption occurs everywhere, I'll give you that. But Trump has taken corruption to levels only dreamt of by previous politicians.
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Steve Menard Oct 15
Replying to @kwitbelyakin @svdate
1/2 …You're sure, or you just want to believe that the person (Trump) who has lied and/or misled in statements to the American people over 20,000 times in the past 4 years is the only person telling the truth in this scenario.
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Steve Menard Oct 15
One condition should be that he stay off social media (meaning Twitter of course).
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Steve Menard Oct 15
Replying to @SpiroAgnewGhost
Stan Mikita, Chicago Blackhawks.
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Steve Menard Oct 15
Replying to @kwitbelyakin @svdate
It's called 'soft (diplomatic) power'. Biden was acting on behalf of US gov't policy (not his own personal interest for re-election). His actions were also backed by European Union and IMF. Shokin was lax in not prosecuting corruption in Ukraine.
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Steve Menard Oct 14
Replying to @SpiroAgnewGhost
Must be thinking of his offshore accounts in Bermuda.
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Steve Menard Oct 14
I beg to differ. I was born and have lived my entire life in Canada. It's not perfect (no countries are), but the government has done a pretty good job (see ranking attached) in helping to foster an environment that's good for business & investment.
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Steve Menard Oct 11
Replying to @TabathaSouthey
Isn't that where Radar (from M*A*S*H) was from? Sorry, that was Ottumwa Iowa. (heheh)
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Steve Menard Oct 10
Replying to @MelissaJPeltier
I remember seeing this special report during the 2016 campaign. The problem was that this story was just one of probably 50 or more that revealed Trump's corruption and moral degradation. The cumulative effect did not reach a level sufficient enough to deter voters.
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Steve Menard Oct 9
Replying to @page88
I don't get it. If he truly required this level of treatment, how is he walking around and functioning (relatively) normally? Sure, he's saying outrageous things, but nothing crazier than usual. Most—if not all—COVID patients his age are intubated and in beds, basically comatose.
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Steve Menard Oct 8
Replying to @TeaPainUSA
Don't wanna prejudge, but they do look the part…
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Steve Menard Oct 8
Replying to @anneapplebaum
This is what is called "sending out feelers". If there's little or no push back, it's then full steam ahead to authoritarianism. Also, I'd argue that Citizens United is the embodiment of a rank democracy.
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Steve Menard Oct 8
No. Unfortunately I sold it a while ago and switched to an acoustic. Been raising a family the past 25+ years (4 kids). FWIW, I've been keeping in touch with my old bandmates. Who knows? I've also been looking at a fretless recently. 🤟
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