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Steve Dallas replied to Shane's discussion Government Services in the group The Great Debate
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Michael D. Denny replied to Brandon's discussion Admiring aspects of times of oppression
"Was apartheid good for whites in South Africa?  Sure.  Was it terrible for blacks?  Absolutely.  Well, no. Not a very comfortable fact, but most blacks in south africa were doing better during apartheid than after. Crime was a…"
4 minutes ago
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Steve Dallas replied to Andrew D, USA Ret's discussion Militias, politics, anti-2nd amendment hysteria and the Bundy issue in the group The Great Debate
"The TExas BLM case, if you read better sources is that the BLM is in the initial phases of conducting initial research so as to get information to make an analysis on the situation including several states. They are not poised to come in with tanks…"
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Pale Horse replied to A Murray's discussion Conquering Fears
"I was a little wuss growing up. Couldn't swim, slightly afraid to. Afraid of interaction with girls for a few teenage years. I think it left when my grandpa put me on the spot once (trying to embarrass me, I think). Afraid of heights, that is,…"
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A Murray posted a discussion

Conquering Fears

I used to be petrified of heights. Whenever someone mentioned rock-climbing, abseiling or even climbing on a roof or a ladder I'd always try and find a way to get out of it in a way I could save face and I wouldn't have to face my fear. In my last year of high school, we had a program where they'd take indigenous students out on a field trip. By virtue of my father's aboriginal heritage, I always qualified to go. Most of the trips weren't bad, but a lot of them involved small rock-climbing or…See More
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Jack Bauer commented on Herb Munson's group The Great Debate
"Not sure how a supporter of Obamacare can say "you own your healthcare" with a straight face.   Employer coverage is part of negotiated compensation, paid for by the employer.  Negotiation was outlawed in lieu…"
29 minutes ago
Ricky replied to Ian Wilson's discussion expectations to conform; is this offensive? in the group Out to Build Bridges
"I frankly don't think this is a gay issue at all but a conformity /open-minded issue.  Anybody who is unconventional is going to rub someone the wrong way. There will always be a portion of the population that for some reason cares…"
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