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KCR
I don’t know, don’t really care, let there be songs to fill the air. Wooster 2012. Creature of the shore.
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KCR Aug 5
Replying to @wiley77
Ortiz Kaymer
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KCR Jul 6
Replying to @AaronTaylorCFB
My god...
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KCR Jun 24
my man
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Stats By STATS Jun 17
After one of our picks came up big last week and won at Colonial despite 66/1 odds, we're moving on to Harbour Town this weekend. Here are ' 5 players to win outright and 5 who could surprise at in South Carolina. 🔗:
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KCR Apr 25
Replying to @emilybell
Dan in Real Life. You’ll laugh, cry, and cringe.
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KCR Apr 21
Just donated, but also the image of shaking hands with an elderly man while discussing the virus is maybe not the best choice here.
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KCR Apr 4
Errr x10 but same idea
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KCR Apr 4
They say there’s ONE wrong number. So it can’t just be x100 every time because that would make two numbers wrong.
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KCR Apr 4
Try not looking at it as a math problem. It LOOKS like one because numbers are involved but it’s just a variable pattern. They make it look like you’re just multiplying by 100 every time, so 0 WOULD be wrong, but then they gave you 1/10 again after zero, which would also be wrong
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KCR Apr 4
It says one number doesn’t belong, what should that number be? It does NOT say one number doesn’t belong and which one is it?
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KCR Apr 4
It’s the wording of the question. It says find the one that doesn’t belong and identify what that one SHOULD be. 10 doesn’t belong and it SHOULD be 1/100.
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KCR Apr 4
You’re finding the one that doesn’t follow the pattern. That’s “10” because once the pattern hits zero it starts going backwards. So “10” should be “1/100”. Two numbers being the same in the pattern is the key they’re looking for.
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KCR Mar 19
Replying to @theyearofelan
Judgemental sauerkraut
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KCR Mar 9
Caring about issues and caring about solutions are not synonymous ideas.
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KCR Mar 5
Replying to @mehdirhasan
I know everyone wants to find out what LIZ did wrong and how LIZ hurt herself, but isn’t it possible she was so focused on taking on everything that her competitors played it safe with? When did another candidate use their time to support her cause?
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KCR Mar 5
Replying to @mehdirhasan
Serious question. Who and when did Bernie hit harder than Liz? As a Liz supporter, it seems like she did a lot of dirty work while Bernie stuck to his stump speech, and I’m curious why he’s immune from the same criticism that “her mistake” brings her.
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KCR Mar 4
Replying to @enosarris
Loooooove this
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KCR Mar 3
I want a president who understands why inequality issues exist has a plan to solve those problems without creating more problems can explain in plain terms how the solution will help people Can your candidate do that? If not, think about voting for Liz
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🗽 Liz Gumbinner Mar 3
This thread is so good. If your understanding of is limited to “the plan candidate” or “the not-Bernie progressive,” please read 👇
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KCR Feb 4
Replying to @nhannahjones
They took The Price is Right approach, I see. Closest without going over. Brilliant.
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