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Jim Waterson
Any politician in any national parliament, or any random humanities professor anywhere in the world who fancies getting some headlines can legitimately “nominate” someone for the Nobel Peace Prize.
A nomination for the Nobel Peace Prize may be submitted by any person who meets the nomination criteria. A letter of invitation to submit is not required. The names of the nominees and other inform...
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Will Jennings Sep 9
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Don't worry Jim, your nomination is in the post...
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Jim Waterson Sep 9
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Honestly, it’ll take you about five minutes to write the email nominating me. Do it.
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Thunderstorm Bun Sep 9
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Brb, getting my dad to nominate me.
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RealTamsinParker Sep 9
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The Nobel from 'Time Squad'.
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Joni Novotnak Sep 9
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And this is on the Nobel site
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Claire Sep 9
So someone nominated him then negated the nomination by bragging about it? Perfect
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Soldon Acino Sep 9
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That is exactly what the norwegian MP did by nominating DJT to nobel prize award.
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Beamer42 Sep 9
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Exactly
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Gavin Fox Sep 9
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Very Salty.
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NgoziWems Sep 9
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Thanks for the clarification wow when good people keep silent evil triumph
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