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Buena Pinchy
20. Female. USA. Politically affiliated with common sense. MechE. SmallSat. SAE Baja. TBP. Rage against the dying of the light. đŸ¤˜
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Buena Pinchy 10h
Replying to @EngageTheRebels
I always close the app in full when I exit. I'd rather scroll back to where I was.
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Buena Pinchy 10h
You're one of the good ones. Don't change. Cheers, Syed!
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Buena Pinchy 10h
A constitutional republic. Seriously? It feels like 2/3 of this thread didn't go to fuckin grade school.
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Buena Pinchy 10h
Yeah. They just required that you be a white, land owning, male.
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Buena Pinchy 10h
CA has 55 Representatives. Those states combined have 13 (15?) Representatives.
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Buena Pinchy 10h
That's not true. Senators have more power respective to their bodies than Representatives but the Senate itself does not have more power than the House. Both must pass a bill for it to become law.
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Buena Pinchy 10h
Did I miss the abolition of the House of Representatives?
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Buena Pinchy 10h
Certainly not. But that's the new "progressivism".
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Buena Pinchy 10h
He meant that he's racist.
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Buena Pinchy 10h
The sad thing is that your attempt to be funny is very much an unironic reality for a number of increasingly self hating whites across the globe, who do literally think that they're inferior.
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Buena Pinchy 10h
It's pretty dang great that you're judging Eurovision entrants based off their skin color and not the actual quality of their entries.
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Buena Pinchy 10h
The future is female you say? I propose, due to the sentiment, you donate 100% of your earnings to me, a female of the future.
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Buena Pinchy 11h
Replying to @SlowWaterMvmnt
documented and far from anecdotal.
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Buena Pinchy 11h
Replying to @SlowWaterMvmnt
meets wealth. In fact, the correlation between hard work and one other decision is so directly related to poverty that only 2% of people who do the following three things will be poor. 1) graduate high school 2) remain employed and 3) don't have kids out of wedlock. This is well
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Buena Pinchy 11h
Replying to @SlowWaterMvmnt
Luck is when hard work meets opportunity. Aside from that, success is measured being being in the top 1%. Someone making $80k a year in most parts of the nation would be considered very successful but they aren't millionaires by a long shot. 99.9% of the time hard work exactly
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Buena Pinchy 11h
Replying to @SlowWaterMvmnt
Single payer is worse. There's a reason the rich Canadians come to the US. I'd rather not wait 1 week to get a cast on a broken arm. If I'm dying I'd rather not have a court decide if I'm worth spending the money to try and save or not, even if their are willing doctors.
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Buena Pinchy 11h
Replying to @SlowWaterMvmnt
you'll fine them. When the fuck was the last time a 75 year old woman got pregnant? "Well I guess I have to decide if I want to pay $800/month to not be insured so that I can pay my electric bill because now my insurance is $1200/month not $400. Mandate is garbage.
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Buena Pinchy 11h
Replying to @SlowWaterMvmnt
You know what hurts "most people?" Being forced to buy insurance that is so expensive it's unusable. It's $15k hospital bills that come out of pocket because that's how high your deductible is. What's hurtful is forcing 75 year old women to buy insurance for natal care or else
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Buena Pinchy 11h
Replying to @SlowWaterMvmnt
Personal achievement precisely means personal. It is not a personal achievement if someone else was forced to pay for you to achieve it.
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Buena Pinchy 11h
Replying to @SlowWaterMvmnt
defaults on their mortgage stay in their home? Sorry if I as a taxpayer don't want to pay $50k a year for a student to get a communications degree from an overpriced public uni when A) the degree is hardly useful and B) the same degree is offered for $6k a year elsewhere.
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