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Mark F

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  1. In the US this is much more serious:
  2. https://www.cfo.com/fraud/2019/04/sears-accuses-ex-ceo-of-looting-2b-in-assets/ Wilbur Ross, another Trump cabinet person. https://www.vox.com/2018/6/20/17479170/wilbur-ross-corruption
  3. https://digbysblog.blogspot.com/
  4. This Defence is gonna be something to watch. Holy crap.
  5. This guy looks NFL level good on that highlight video. bulldozing people, and quick. and high energy. five foot eleven. their loss our gain.
  6. This woman, and Joe Biden want a "measured" approach to climate change. They really are over the hill. Pelosi is more interested in getting campaign money, than in doing what's needed. She should retire.
  7. Thanks for the training camp in person stuff.
  8. Thanks, that's what I was trying to say. Not just their duties in general, the one that is specifically mentioned in their oath when they take office.
  9. Trump is done. He doesn't have a hand to play. Women will not vote for him. Blacks and Hispanics will not vote for him. HIs "base" doesn't care about anything except one thing. They are beyond reach, racist, deeply ingorant, willing to put up with anything as long as blacks and hispanics are kept down. Figuring out what to do based on what those scum want, is wrong in every way. what they think or do is irrelevant. Their party can have them. Calculating votes, and figuring out how to attract them is morally wrong, and politically stupid. He's spitting on them, their voters, the American system of government. Does he have to confess to murder, to get impeached?
  10. This guy Pigseye has violated the conduct rules continuosly. Part of this, is posting something, then not responding, as in this case, when the post is challenged and refuted, which leads me to think his posts are not in good faith. 2. Members are expected to behave in a reasonable manner and with a spirit of goodwill, and opinions should be posted and read in good faith. 9. Posting rumours or unsubstantiated news as fact may result in a ban or suspension.
  11. Pressure growing on washout Pelosi. step up or step aside Nancy. Trump is betting again on simple math, on Congress running out of time ahead of the 2020 election. That is, unless more Democrats like Rhode Island congressman David Cicilline run out of patience first.
  12. https://trib.com/business/energy/officials-coal-s-slide-to-continue-in-us-as-renewables/article_3f194268-5e4b-5cf2-8706-551af86def90.html#tncms-source=infinity-scroll-summary-siderail-latest BILLINGS, Mont. — U.S. demand for coal to generate electricity will keep sliding in the coming months, federal officials said Thursday, despite efforts by the Trump administration to shore up the struggling industry. Renewable energy sources including wind, solar and hydropower are expected to fill much of the gap left by coal's decline, according to the Energy Information Administration. It's particularly true for Western states, where renewables will provide almost a quarter of the power to households and businesses during the peak summer season, the agency said in its projections. Natural gas is expected to remain the fuel of choice for power generation with an expected 40 percent share of U.S. markets this summer. Under President Donald Trump, officials have sought to ease coal plant regulations and mining restrictions. But after production briefly bumped up the year after Trump took office, almost all coal mining states are now experiencing production declines.
  13. "executives" ... wonder who that was. https://digbysblog.blogspot.com/
  14. What a surprise. Wrong information from that poster. He is invariably wrong. Is he honestly deluded, or posting misleading information without caring whether it's accurate or not? I would think someone doing the latter might rate getting suspended for a while, polite or not. in other news https://www.greentechmedia.com/articles/read/the-energy-transition-comes-home-to-indiana "Large Centralized assets could become a bad deal"..... goodbye nuclear. So many things wrong with it, good riddance.
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