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WELPS so much for...


"comment" NUMERO 6 right that means that he's still foaming heavily... ;D ;D ;D

And yes, PH's George Santos' a day late and a dollar short as usual but he still claimed "first".. ;D

General Discussion / California and Texas trading residents?
« on: Today at 02:13:29 PM »
Some Californians leaving for Texas could be replaced by Texans leaving for California

(KTLA) — While it is known that many Californians looking to leave the Golden State often choose Texas as their new home, new statistics indicate that a growing number of Texans are making their home in California.

Recovering This Destroyed Ram TRX That Fell Off Moab Cliff Took Creativity

Irish's crew had to get creative with straps, pulleys, and nearby rocks to get the TRX out. They used a purpose-built buggy to scale the terrain and pull the pickup by its nose. Thankfully, the Ram's driveline snapped so the wheels could turn freely, though several of the tires were popped off the bead completely.

Trump Has Decided on a Crazy New Abortion Stance

Donald Trump, who has bragged about being the “most pro-life president in history,” now believes that he can convince voters that he’s actually a moderate on abortion rights.

Trump and his team are planning to run the former president as some kind of sensible centrist on the issue during the general election against President Joe Biden, Rolling Stone reported Sunday. The magazine cited multiple anonymous sources close to the Trump campaign, attesting to a plan he’d previously weighed pursuing as a middle path that might appease both Republicans and Democrats.

It would be something of a rapid—and perhaps ridiculous—change in direction, seeing as how Trump had previously touted his anti-abortion commitments. The decision to course-correct comes a little late in the game as well: Trump is currently running ads in Iowa that brand him with his self-bestowed label as “THE MOST Pro-Life President in history.”

It isn’t every day that Trump’s claims match the truth, but he legitimately argues that his anti-abortion bona fides set him apart from previous Republican presidents. One of Trump’s first acts in office was to reinstate and expand the global gag rule, which blocks foreign organizations that receive U.S. health assistance from providing information, referrals, or services for abortion access. He also stripped Planned Parenthood of Title X funding, which makes up roughly half of the organization’s finances.

Naturally, his most celebrated acts against abortion rights were his nominations of three staunchly anti-abortion Supreme Court justices. Their appointments swung the high court firmly to the right and enabled the justices to eliminate the protections abortion seekers previously enjoyed under the court’s landmark Roe v. Wade ruling.

Trump remarked on Roe’s gutting in May, when he claimed personal responsibility for getting rid of the nationwide right to abortion. “I’m the one that got rid of Roe v. Wade,” he bragged on Newsmax.

He doubled down on that boast on Truth Social the following day, writing, “I was able to kill Roe v. Wade, much to the ‘shock’ of everyone, and for the first time put the Pro Life movement in a strong negotiating position.”

Unlike some of the other Republican candidates, Trump has yet to say whether he would back a national abortion ban. The former president has not been compelled to offer what he plans to do next in the reproductive rights arena. According to Rolling Stone, he has privately insinuated that major anti-abortion groups have no “leverage” to force him to adopt a stance on the issue until he is ready. It seems likely that Trump will be the Republican presidential nominee, as he currently enjoys a massive lead in the primary polls, even without the backing of anti-abortion organizations.

Just because Trump hasn’t announced that he has set his sights on an abortion ban doesn’t mean he thinks there shouldn’t be one. His actions in this regard speak louder than words, and throughout Trump’s career, he has taken positions out of the belief that they might confer an electoral advantage—only to renege on his promises when it counts.

As his current campaign is shaping up to be less about a vision of the future and more about meting out revenge on those Trump feels have wronged him, it would not be prudent to trust his coy promises about finding a moderate path on abortion rights.

Asians are still the second biggest group when it comes to National Parks:

The bar areas with TVs do good though:

The casino areas are pretty dead relatively speaking on a Saturday night because everyone is busy watching F1:

I don’t buy your narrative one bit.

Yep, the neutral PH members don't even have to try anymore because PH's George Santos LIES so much...

And NOPE, this ain't no "DRY BONE" ignorant claim either:

 ;D ;D ;D

Pro Sports Discussion / Re: Number 13's stock is going up in value
« on: November 27, 2023, 11:55:35 PM »
WELPS so much for...


OOHHH back to back..."comment" NUMERO 4 and 5 right there... ;D ;D ;D

And yes, PH's George Santos' a day late and a dollar short as usual but he still claimed "first".. ;D

..making their presence felt in Sin City  ???:
F1 hits the jackpot in Las Vegas on its $500 million gamble after many stumbles on the Strip

LAS VEGAS (AP) — There were missteps and mistakes, and a master class in how not to handle customer relations. But by the time Justin Bieber waved the checkered flag on Formula One’s return to Las Vegas, the $500 million Sin City gamble had hit the jackpot. F1 and owner Liberty Media hosted an electrifying event Saturday night that turned out to be both one of the best races of the season and a glitzy international spectacle that can only be pulled off in Las Vegas. It was like a show with poor reviews that suddenly becomes an overnight hit.
Heidi Klum struts topless at F1 in Las Vegas; joins Brad Pitt, Justin Bieber at Grand Prix
Supermodel Heidi Klum turned heads in leather ensemble at Formula One event

I took these photos while I was there:

11 Cali like this  ???:

Dreaming of a fresh start? These towns and cities will pay you as much as $15,000 to move there.

Kansas' state capital, Topeka, is teaming up with employers to offer cash to those willing to move there.

Participants of the program, called Choose Topeka, can receive up to $15,000 if they purchase a home in Topeka and secure a job in the area. Remote workers with work outside of the area can earn up to $5,000 toward rental costs or $10,000 toward a home purchase.

As an added bonus, Jimmy John's, the sandwich franchise, will throw in an extra $1,000 for anyone who moves within delivery range of one of its shops.

Tucson, Arizona, is offering remote workers perks and services worth about $7,500.

The University of Arizona campus is located in Tucson, the second-largest city in the state. A local economic-development organization launched Remote Tucson during the pandemic to lure remote workers to the area.

The program offers relocators $1,500 toward moving costs, one year of free internet, free trials at local coworking spaces, membership to a local cultural institution, networking opportunities, and more.

Eligible applicants must be over 18 years old, have full-time remote employment outside of the area, and be able to move to Tucson within six months.

Vermont is offering $7,500 to potential residents looking for a new home and new employment.

Vermont is looking to combat its labor crunch by offering out-of-state movers a grant to relocate.

The new program is offering movers $7,500 to live in Vermont and seek local employment in a role that is listed by the state's Department of Labor as one of the most in demand. Jobs on the list include restaurant work and construction.

Vermont is also rolling out a remote worker grant for new residents that work in the state for an out-of-state employer. That program is for those who relocate on or after February 1, 2022.

West Lafayette, Indiana, is offering a stipend up to $5,000 to remote workers who want to live where Purdue University is.

Purdue University
The campus of Purdue University in October 2018 in West Lafayette, Indiana. Michael Hickey/Getty Images
A new Purdue University program isn't recruiting students but remote workers.

The school is offering relocators the chance to live near campus in West Lafayette, Indiana, access university resources, and receive a $5,000 stipend that can be applied to anything from housing to moving costs or even co-working space.

Eligible applicants must have full-time remote employment and must be interested in relocating to West Lafayette from outside Indiana immediately.


Passengers were left on a 'crummy cruise to nowhere' after their ship was turned away from New Zealand because it had 3 mussels and a piece of coral stuck to the hull

P&O's Pacific Adventure was supposed to stop at multiple ports in New Zealand, The Guardian reported. But it was turned away due to invasive species on the hull, and poor diving conditions stopped it being cleaned.

Same fellow clique member of PH's George Santos that put his ass down by calling him "dumb" about "Japan"...

Now that's what you call desperate... ;D ;D ;D:

"comment" NUMERO 2 right there...


WELPS so much for:


HIS WORDS, NOT MINE based on the "legit" quote above so


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