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Randy 5 month s ago
#20 - they are really going to cry when they see how much it's gone up since the Democrats passed their massive spending plans. Grab your ankles folks.
       
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Arthur 5 month s ago
Randy,

Cost of living has gone up massively in price in the UK,bidens not in charge here so maybe there's another factor at play?.....
       
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Brady 5 month s ago
Arthur,
Also in most of Europe... Is something happening?
       
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Ted 5 month s ago
Brady,

Nope, definitely not. Nothing but Obama's fault. /sarcasm
       
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Moses 5 month s ago
Arthur, when the US puts multiple trillions of dollars in to the system it affects the planet. Those trillions aren’t staying here in the US.
       
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Niel 5 month s ago
Moses,
You and Randy drink the same fascist right wing koolaid.
You worship Donald Trump. That say's more about you guys, than anything else could.
       
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Gustavus 5 month s ago
Niel,
Sorry that facts hurt your Feelings, and you have to resort to name calling like a middle schooler
       
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Vannie 5 month s ago
Moses is correct. The global economy is impacted when flooding the market with trillions of US dollars (the reserve currency). They really need to resume teaching basic economics in high school again.
       
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Gail 5 month s ago
Randy,
Putin’s fault
       
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Chauncey 5 month s ago
#10 - and those are the wealthy people today
#14 - milk in bags have been used for many years in our country
# 52 - never seen a red apple inside.
       
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CookieDevourer 5 month s ago
Chauncey,

some apple species are naturally colored inside, others are artificially created by altering light and/or temperature they grow in
       
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CookieDevourer 5 month s ago
#6
would be a shame if someone tripped on the cable and broke some bones
I wonder who would have to pay out. The car owner or the council?
       
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Gussie 5 month s ago
CookieDevourer, the [email protected]$$ not looking where they are going will be to blame. Unlike in the USA where everything seems to someone else's fault and lawyers are lined up to make the "victim" and themselves rich on it, the rest of the world is not completely dysfunctional.
       
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Steven 5 month s ago
#36 Not a pine cone, but the female cone of an Araucaria araucana, also known as a Monkey Puzzle tree or Chilean Pine. They weigh up to 15 pounds before they dry. The tree is only very distantly related to pines.
       
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Beatrice 5 month s ago
#22... How and where is a 'copy' of a passport accepted by any immigration officials in any border check point Be it PDF scan or not??
       
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Gussie 5 month s ago
Beatrice, probably used for ID purposes locally, like identifying at the post office to pick up a parcel or things like that. No border control in any country would (or should) accept a photo copy of a passport, although #16 can make you wonder.

JC-LOL
       
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Marcus 5 month s ago
#47 The Eye of Sauron!
       
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Dilly 5 month s ago
Marcus, Speaking about eyes...
       
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"This is a drive-thru menu at a McDonalds in Adak, Alaska that was shuttered after the US Air Force closed it’s base. It’s got ‘Jurassic Park Dino-fries’ and ‘Bobby’s World merchandise’."

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