"They've already made up their minds. The truncated study by a muzzled FBI has been kept closely guarded, with only one copy in a locked room. After the vote, both sides will make claims about what the FBI found or didn't find, where they…"
"They were cagey enough not to give democrats a lot of misogynistic sound bytes for the coming elections and cagey enough to attack the democrats rather than Dr. Ford. It was a show trial anyway, scripted so they could later claim they treated her…"
"I posted this to Facebook yesterday: The Gopers are pretty cagey. They probably didn't want to be seen badgering a sympathetic and credible woman in the age of #metoo, so they hired another woman. They actually were quite fair in their…"
"If we put real power in the hands of the people, aren't we getting close to mob rule? Consider all the people who vote for the shape changers we have in office now. Would the voters be any better at picking the right initiatives than they are…"
"If all religions will be equally protected (yeah, right) so that all believers will be able to act out their faith with impunity, can we still fight religiously motivated terrorism? There are violent Muslims who believe the Koran demands religious…"
"Joan, what I meant is that Krauss is a brilliant scientist and writer. He will still be such even if the allegations turn out to be true. Isaac Newton was widely believed to be a pain in the ass, and he believed in alchemy, but he still produced…"
"If his mother had kept her guns locked up . . . .
If she had gone into his room and torn down all his mass murderer posters . . . .
If she hadn't taught him to shoot . . . .
It's very difficult for a parent to recognize that her child…"
"The founders had classical educations, whether in school or in books, and they were all well aware of Solon, the architect of Athenian democracy. Franklin also was aware of the constitution that bound the Iroquois nations into a confederacy ruled…"
"I like rational legislation, too. One problem with a democracy is that voters elect leaders they would like to have a beer with, and polls tell elected leaders what their voters want every ten minutes. Keeping up with the issues is a…"
The fact that you have to wait once it fails definitely points to an overheating problem. If I were you I would (carefully) try to work out which parts are very hot immediately after it fails. My guess would be that you will find it to be the processor but it could also be ram chips or something else. Then you will have to find out if it is cooled properly - it may be as simple as reseating the processor.
Yes, it does, but not as many as I encountered in Natchitoches. My family attended the First Assembly of God there, pastored by David Allen. Things were bad enough there that at one point, back in the late 80s, the big joke around town was 'don't drink the koolaid'.
Actually, I should say that WV likely has as many fundies as LA, however, the fundies seem much more crispy fried in LA.
Natchitoches is a lovely town, but also very colorful. My twin sister lives in Pineville, but she remains in close contact with some of her Natchitoches friends. She doesn't, however, remain in close contact with me. I'm the family pariah.
Welcome to this friendly site with freethinkers who recognise that fictional gods and cunning religions continue to deceive and control vulnerable people including defenceless children. How tragic and inexcusable it is too that women and minorities have been oppressed these last two thousand years and longer.