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There's a weird part of me that wants this to work only if trump goes to prison anyway. I just want him in there fuming about his friend being out.

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I absolutely love the idea that hieroglyphics were all just period specific dank memes that we just don't get because we're not in.

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I would like to hear some encouraging examples for the has part of "can and has". (Bearing in mind the chart from this post)

It seems to me that market forces are in charge of us, and I don't believe we're going to escape the death spiral we're in. I would of course love to be wrong.

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Imagine doing an antitrust violation when you don't even have the market clout for a payoff in the first place.

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Oh I didn't even notice the block button. That's actually less effort than typing out "please block me". Thank you for the last lesson you'll be able to give me!

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I'm pretty sure the only way to solve this is by an extension of politics though another means. Are you ready?

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Drop everything and do what exactly

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Here I sit, same as ever. Took a dump, pulled the lever. The toilet clogged. The water flowed. Look out world, it's a motherload!.

Why is it my favorite? I have no idea... Probably because I'm awful.

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You're not wrong but the subject of the article is smog

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That's what I'm saying! And I'm sure we could make up dozens more stories too.

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I am curious about podcasts with high quality content but that are pretty centered around specific topics like hobbies or particular professions.

For example, there are a handful of ham radio podcasts such as Linux In The Ham Shack.

Tell me about some podcasts that keep you up in your interests or career that wouldn't make sense to share with most people you know.

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I am currently redesigning my kitchen in a 1930's Midwestern USA house. The kitchen has a decent floor area but the floor plan is oddly restrictive.

My space next to the sink is such that I can either have a standard 24" dishwasher next to the sink and a slightly weird cabinet adjacent to it, or I could have an 18 inch dishwasher at 45 degrees flanked by two small but reasonably sized cabinet doors (or drawers), although the 45 degree plan would dictate a somewhat shallow custom counter depth on the flanks (like 18-20 inches).

I think I would be more proud of the accomplishment of building the angled design, and I think the ergonomics would be optimal.

But I'm not sure about the smaller dishwasher. I have never used a smaller one. It seems like it would be enough for my small family and still plenty helpful for gatherings.

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And if you somehow disagree with flushing it down if it is brown, I suppose I would like to hear about that as well.

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How often do you clean them, and how? Any cautionary tales?

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