That's not the case here.
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BREAKING: Migrants in caravan turn back after moving toward border crossing on Mexico-Guatemala frontier.— The Associated Press (@AP) October 19, 2018
How many got through the last time they pulled this stunt? Did they get the huge photo op of the kids being separated from their parents that they wanted?
Would people STOP PRETENDING they don't know Trump is ready for this?
Sheer panic in my mentions. 'OMG THEY GOT THROUGH A FENCE NOTHING'S GONNA STOP THEM NOW ARGLE BARGLE BARF!"
Grow the hell up.
Some of them are still coming, you say? Well my goodness, I guess that means there's nothing Trump can do now.
He's finished, isn't he? 🤔
I'm reminded again why Thomas Wictor had to frequently tell people DON'T BRING ME YOUR FEAR, I'm not interested in it. Take it somewhere else.
If this caravan actually DOES make it our border, Trump will have measures ready to deal with it.
Stop the hysteria.
Control of the House is useless when it comes to keeping Trump from declassifying all the SpyGate docs. Or stopping an Inspector General from releasing a report.
Trump still gets control of judicial appointments so we can expect another 100 judges over the next two years. This time there’ll be no McCain or Flake playing the Maverick role with their swing vote.
That new margin in the Senate is huge if another Supreme Court seat comes open.
So from the responses I’m getting, people seem to think if Trump declassifies the Spygate stuff now, nothing happens.
Are you under the impression federal prosecutors have to wait until CONGRESS finishes an investigation and makes criminal referrals before the DOJ can act?
There’s a federal grand jury on McCabe right now. Did Congress ever finish it’s investigation and make a referral to the DOJ against him?
BUT INSPECTOR GENERAL HOROWITZ DID. On finishing his McCabe leak report.
Funny how nobody remembers that.
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2. Start growing your audience before you’ve a product or an idea.
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3. Don’t wait to start building your audience after you’ve launched a product.
Most first-time developers actually ignore marketing.
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In fact most of my university time has been filled with this kind of rhetoric, mostly from professors, from laptop bans to full-on tirades about “back in my day”.
Which is especially fascinating given that almost all of my profs are boomers and according to the stats...
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I like digital spaces. In some ways they feel more real, we don’t talk about how’s the weather and how’s your sister and all those annoying scripted conversation topics.
If I want to sit here and type a feminist rant I can; and I’m not going to get hauled off by the cops for disturbing the peace.
I can have deep, meaningful conversations and connections with people without navigating the sensory overload of public spaces.