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Posted on Thu, May 15, 2014 08:21

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Leo~

6 years ago our country was in a full blown economic collapse with the market in free fall somewhere around 6000 pts.  Today the Dow is pushing 17,000!!! Jobs are coming back, the housing market is coming back and the deficit is dropping faster than at any time since WWII.  Not only have wealthy investors made a TON of money under this president, but the baby boomers have seen their 401Ks made whole again and their main source of wealth, their homes, regain value.  It seems clear to me that the economy does better under Democrats.

 

However, the self-serving paranoid hysteria that used to be pointed at Obama has now been shifted to Hillary.  While every event that happened around the world used to be Obama's fault, it seems is now Hillary's fault.  It is quite obvious this is going to be another dirty, dirty, dirty election in 2016.

 

Rather than engaging in an examination of conscious to develop a positive political platform to make things better for our country, the Right has chosen to stay wallowed in the sewer of smears and conspiracies.  At first Hillary was faking her blood clot so she wouldn't have to testify on Benghazi.....now the suggestions being made is that she is "hiding" the fact she actually sustained brain damage.   Oooooweee...she hasn't even decided to run, but if she does, she will release her health records.  They have no ideas, only negativity.  They look backward rather than forward... yearning for the old American, with no belief in science or vision for leading us toward a modern, competitive America.

 

The Republican hero, Reagan, had Alzheimer's his entire second term but that didn't seem to be a problem.

 

I believe these baseless political smear tactics will backfire on them.  Young people and especially women are tired of this and find their tactics distasteful.


By the way, there is no credible evidence that correlates stock market performance or even GDP growth to the policies or practices of the incumbent party.

 

If, however, these sort of facts make you sleep better at night you might take the time to get them right and then try to identify a causal/source relationship.



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Posted on Thu, May 15, 2014 08:16

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911 took how many? The Jews stayed home. The body counts in Dover... Coming home in caskets.Our precious youth. For What? Collateral Damage? A woman should aggress to the Presidency of this Country.That will put those sherkers of the responcability of real problemsolving on edge. Women outnumber men. Live with that!

 

Let us not seek the Republican answer or the Democratic answer, but the right answer. Let us not seek to fix the blame for the past. Let us accept our own responsibility for the future.
JFK



I agree with the JFK quote.  Then again it's the only thing I understood.



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Posted on Wed, May 14, 2014 15:15

Quoting Diana3316:

Leo~

6 years ago our country was in a full blown economic collapse with the market in free fall somewhere around 6000 pts.  Today the Dow is pushing 17,000!!! Jobs are coming back, the housing market is coming back and the deficit is dropping faster than at any time since WWII.  Not only have wealthy investors made a TON of money under this president, but the baby boomers have seen their 401Ks made whole again and their main source of wealth, their homes, regain value.  It seems clear to me that the economy does better under Democrats.

 

However, the self-serving paranoid hysteria that used to be pointed at Obama has now been shifted to Hillary.  While every event that happened around the world used to be Obama's fault, it seems is now Hillary's fault.  It is quite obvious this is going to be another dirty, dirty, dirty election in 2016.

 

Rather than engaging in an examination of conscious to develop a positive political platform to make things better for our country, the Right has chosen to stay wallowed in the sewer of smears and conspiracies.  At first Hillary was faking her blood clot so she wouldn't have to testify on Benghazi.....now the suggestions being made is that she is "hiding" the fact she actually sustained brain damage.   Oooooweee...she hasn't even decided to run, but if she does, she will release her health records.  They have no ideas, only negativity.  They look backward rather than forward... yearning for the old American, with no belief in science or vision for leading us toward a modern, competitive America.

 

The Republican hero, Reagan, had Alzheimer's his entire second term but that didn't seem to be a problem.

 

I believe these baseless political smear tactics will backfire on them.  Young people and especially women are tired of this and find their tactics distasteful.


911 took how many? The Jews stayed home. The body counts in Dover... Coming home in caskets.Our precious youth. For What? Collateral Damage? A woman should aggress to the Presidency of this Country.That will put those sherkers of the responcability of real problemsolving on edge. Women outnumber men. Live with that!

 

Let us not seek the Republican answer or the Democratic answer, but the right answer. Let us not seek to fix the blame for the past. Let us accept our own responsibility for the future.
JFK



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Posted on Wed, May 14, 2014 12:16

Quoting Diana3316:

Leo~

6 years ago our country was in a full blown economic collapse with the market in free fall somewhere around 6000 pts.  Today the Dow is pushing 17,000!!! Jobs are coming back, the housing market is coming back and the deficit is dropping faster than at any time since WWII.  Not only have wealthy investors made a TON of money under this president, but the baby boomers have seen their 401Ks made whole again and their main source of wealth, their homes, regain value.  It seems clear to me that the economy does better under Democrats.

 

However, the self-serving paranoid hysteria that used to be pointed at Obama has now been shifted to Hillary.  While every event that happened around the world used to be Obama's fault, it seems is now Hillary's fault.  It is quite obvious this is going to be another dirty, dirty, dirty election in 2016.

 

Rather than engaging in an examination of conscious to develop a positive political platform to make things better for our country, the Right has chosen to stay wallowed in the sewer of smears and conspiracies.  At first Hillary was faking her blood clot so she wouldn't have to testify on Benghazi.....now the suggestions being made is that she is "hiding" the fact she actually sustained brain damage.   Oooooweee...she hasn't even decided to run, but if she does, she will release her health records.  They have no ideas, only negativity.  They look backward rather than forward... yearning for the old American, with no belief in science or vision for leading us toward a modern, competitive America.

 

The Republican hero, Reagan, had Alzheimer's his entire second term but that didn't seem to be a problem.

 

I believe these baseless political smear tactics will backfire on them.  Young people and especially women are tired of this and find their tactics distasteful.


Everything is coming up roses.  The entire population is happy as a clam.  The economy grew at a robust rate of  one tenth of one percent in the first quarter.  Our debt is a paltry $17 Trillion.  China will become the global economic leader by 2020 and we'll be able to sit back and enjoy ourselves and revel in our past glory. 

 

I predict a lanslide for the Dems in  2014 and 2016.  If yuou took adavanyage of that stock market growth I think you'll be able to take early retirement at 60 and enjoy the spoils of your labor.  I did during the Clinton years and retired at 53.   Yippee!!!!!  Go for it Diana.



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Posted on Wed, May 14, 2014 05:53

Quoting 3345roc:

Thanks for clearing things up.



Whoa,Newt! Hillary tried to have a National Discussion, as FLOTUS. She guided this law as SONY,FRMR POTUS' FLOTUS. Every major program has it's flaws; as diamonds show their rare config's. We should not go back, as those small thinkers shout. D makes point with the idea of really solving the ills of our healthcare situation. Those who think of throwing out the baby with it's bathwater due to the mechonium problem should watch for a backlash. We already see where people go with a cold..ER!



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Posted on Tue, May 13, 2014 22:18

Quoting leonicvirgo:

What we hope will happen, is some stability on the market interface, that has created extenuating circumstances, most fail to imagine, and this is a ripple,D. SSI,Medicaid; Rippling from the change, and some are eleminated, beyond HillaryCare. The lost ones!


Leo~

6 years ago our country was in a full blown economic collapse with the market in free fall somewhere around 6000 pts.  Today the Dow is pushing 17,000!!! Jobs are coming back, the housing market is coming back and the deficit is dropping faster than at any time since WWII.  Not only have wealthy investors made a TON of money under this president, but the baby boomers have seen their 401Ks made whole again and their main source of wealth, their homes, regain value.  It seems clear to me that the economy does better under Democrats.

 

However, the self-serving paranoid hysteria that used to be pointed at Obama has now been shifted to Hillary.  While every event that happened around the world used to be Obama's fault, it seems is now Hillary's fault.  It is quite obvious this is going to be another dirty, dirty, dirty election in 2016.

 

Rather than engaging in an examination of conscious to develop a positive political platform to make things better for our country, the Right has chosen to stay wallowed in the sewer of smears and conspiracies.  At first Hillary was faking her blood clot so she wouldn't have to testify on Benghazi.....now the suggestions being made is that she is "hiding" the fact she actually sustained brain damage.   Oooooweee...she hasn't even decided to run, but if she does, she will release her health records.  They have no ideas, only negativity.  They look backward rather than forward... yearning for the old American, with no belief in science or vision for leading us toward a modern, competitive America.

 

The Republican hero, Reagan, had Alzheimer's his entire second term but that didn't seem to be a problem.

 

I believe these baseless political smear tactics will backfire on them.  Young people and especially women are tired of this and find their tactics distasteful.


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Posted on Mon, May 12, 2014 21:03

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What we hope will happen, is some stability on the market interface, that has created extenuating circumstances, most fail to imagine, and this is a ripple,D. SSI,Medicaid; Rippling from the change, and some are eleminated, beyond HillaryCare. The lost ones!



Thanks for clearing things up.



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Posted on Mon, May 12, 2014 16:30

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Hmm....not sure Roc.....but there is one thing I AM certain of:  If the Republicans get control of our government and have their way at dismantling the social safety nets, I will likely live my old age in poverty.  Under current conditions……if I am lucky, I might get approx. $1000/mon Social Security to live on…..maybe $1200 if my health holds and I can work until 70 yrs old.  That’s not much to live on….especially with the current cost of groceries, utilities, gas, dental care, co-pays, deductibles, etc.  There are no pensions for nurses….except VA nurses.  I can’t even imagine what will happen to the working class if Republican smug indifference becomes unchecked.  God help us if we let them privatize SS and allow Wall St to get their hands on our SS monies!!!!

 

Despite holding a job since I was 16, including working throughout nursing school…..and every day there after….I will not have enough money if I live very long.   When I got out of nursing school/passed my boards….my first job paid me $3.75/hr.  After a few years I was bumped to $5.05/hr.  When I moved to Texas in the late ‘70s, I took a job in a prestigious Houston hospital.  I was crazy smart, a hard worker and a really good nurse.  They transferred me from telemetry to work in the CCU when cardiac bypass surgery was just getting started at $8.49/hr.  I remember it well because as a young woman, I thought I had hit the big time. 

 

While it’s true that I’ve made a lot of poor choices along the way….none of them had anything to do with being a bad citizen or irresponsibility.  But for some in this country……it’s “so what” if she suffers and then dies in poverty.  Rather than becoming a nurse and caring for others in their deepest, darkest moments….wiping butts, cleaning up vomit and exposed to deadly viruses day in and day out…...she should have become wealthy…..like us.

 

I have never been primarily motivated by money and truly have nothing against people that have made a lot of money.  If someone has made a lot of money in their life.....that's great and they should be able to keep a really big chunk of it.  But if you live in the greatest country in the world....a country where the rest of us have paid for the roads you ship your goods on, the universities that educated the people you hire, the police, firemen and military that protect your business, the teachers that educate your children......then I believe that wealthy person should be willing to pay their fair share.   Why does a nurse that has worked her entire life pay 25% tax while a billionaire pays 11%?  Really, how many yachts does one human need????  And please don't tell me anything about a flat sales tax, because that too disproportionately hits the middle and poor class.



What we hope will happen, is some stability on the market interface, that has created extenuating circumstances, most fail to imagine, and this is a ripple,D. SSI,Medicaid; Rippling from the change, and some are eleminated, beyond HillaryCare. The lost ones!



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Posted on Sun, May 11, 2014 10:58

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Are you certain you're not an ant in grasshopper's clothing?


Hmm....not sure Roc.....but there is one thing I AM certain of:  If the Republicans get control of our government and have their way at dismantling the social safety nets, I will likely live my old age in poverty.  Under current conditions……if I am lucky, I might get approx. $1000/mon Social Security to live on…..maybe $1200 if my health holds and I can work until 70 yrs old.  That’s not much to live on….especially with the current cost of groceries, utilities, gas, dental care, co-pays, deductibles, etc.  There are no pensions for nurses….except VA nurses.  I can’t even imagine what will happen to the working class if Republican smug indifference becomes unchecked.  God help us if we let them privatize SS and allow Wall St to get their hands on our SS monies!!!!

 

Despite holding a job since I was 16, including working throughout nursing school…..and every day there after….I will not have enough money if I live very long.   When I got out of nursing school/passed my boards….my first job paid me $3.75/hr.  After a few years I was bumped to $5.05/hr.  When I moved to Texas in the late ‘70s, I took a job in a prestigious Houston hospital.  I was crazy smart, a hard worker and a really good nurse.  They transferred me from telemetry to work in the CCU when cardiac bypass surgery was just getting started at $8.49/hr.  I remember it well because as a young woman, I thought I had hit the big time. 

 

While it’s true that I’ve made a lot of poor choices along the way….none of them had anything to do with being a bad citizen or irresponsibility.  But for some in this country……it’s “so what” if she suffers and then dies in poverty.  Rather than becoming a nurse and caring for others in their deepest, darkest moments….wiping butts, cleaning up vomit and exposed to deadly viruses day in and day out…...she should have become wealthy…..like us.

 

I have never been primarily motivated by money and truly have nothing against people that have made a lot of money.  If someone has made a lot of money in their life.....that's great and they should be able to keep a really big chunk of it.  But if you live in the greatest country in the world....a country where the rest of us have paid for the roads you ship your goods on, the universities that educated the people you hire, the police, firemen and military that protect your business, the teachers that educate your children......then I believe that wealthy person should be willing to pay their fair share.   Why does a nurse that has worked her entire life pay 25% tax while a billionaire pays 11%?  Really, how many yachts does one human need????  And please don't tell me anything about a flat sales tax, because that too disproportionately hits the middle and poor class.



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Posted on Wed, May 07, 2014 20:59

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Hah.....I'm a grasshopper....remember????  I have no plans.....just fantasies and survival techniques.  lolol 

 

The whole project started by repairing the old rotten small deck, but then I got such a good deal on the lumber.....I bought all they had.  The 16' deck boards were $5/board.  So then I needed to make the deck bigger.....and THEN found out I needed some shade here in Texas.  I used a shade cloth because I couldn't afford the additional lumber for slats on the arbor.  Hmmmm....shade cloth is really expensive.  I bought a large painter's canvas drop cloth for $15:  washed it in hot water and ironed it so it would be pre-shrunk......then tacked it up there with some clips I found online.

 

 



Are you certain you're not an ant in grasshopper's clothing?



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Posted on Tue, May 06, 2014 22:42

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Now, For a man to fill the patio with laughter.....?



Ahhh....yes.  I try not to think those thoughts Leo.  Unfortunately....it will have to be someone else's man because I'm moving.  Hahaha.....my gf says I will never get it together before the housing market crashes again.  Of course I have a lot of excuses why I'm not making faster progress:  Working full time and activities of daily living. 



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Posted on Tue, May 06, 2014 16:54

Now, For a man to fill the patio with laughter.....?



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Posted on Tue, May 06, 2014 12:08

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Looks beautiful Diana!  I'm trying to figure out what to do with my back patio... do you have any plans you could share?


Hah.....I'm a grasshopper....remember????  I have no plans.....just fantasies and survival techniques.  lolol 

 

The whole project started by repairing the old rotten small deck, but then I got such a good deal on the lumber.....I bought all they had.  The 16' deck boards were $5/board.  So then I needed to make the deck bigger.....and THEN found out I needed some shade here in Texas.  I used a shade cloth because I couldn't afford the additional lumber for slats on the arbor.  Hmmmm....shade cloth is really expensive.  I bought a large painter's canvas drop cloth for $15:  washed it in hot water and ironed it so it would be pre-shrunk......then tacked it up there with some clips I found online.

 

 


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Posted on Mon, May 05, 2014 16:03

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Greetings and salutations!  I have been thinking of you my friends.  I hate it when people just disappear and give no explanation.  I’m alive and well; but over-whelmed.  Hmm…..how does anyone explain?

 

The truth is that I’ve been working!  That’s what I seem to do ….well…when I’m not dawdling.  *wink*   The deck is finished!!!   5 gal of stain and 1 gal of varnish….laid by me.  I brought in a yard and half of crushed granite for walkways and a truckload of mulch for all the flower beds.  Everything is blooming in Dallas.  My yard has never looked so good!  (My back has never hurt so much)  This week I got the ceilings painted.  So…..now that everything is all fixed up…..I will likely sell.  As much as I don’t want to move; my folks need me.

 

Anyway….you guys can handle all these political scramblings for a while.   It’s also true that I am weary of some things. 

 

One good update!  I’ve started riding my bike in the mornings.  I’ve been riding for about an hour every morning before work.  Have to say, I do feel better and loving the spring mornings.

 

(I guess it’s ok for me to hijack my own blog)  Thank you All for engaging in the conversation.    I’ll be around.  I just have too much to handle right now.



Looks beautiful Diana!  I'm trying to figure out what to do with my back patio... do you have any plans you could share?



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Posted on Mon, May 05, 2014 16:01

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Maybe, Diane just got tired of being bashed, with no logical conclusions to your grievences. This forum is for casual, respective threads. Threads on Blogs usually do not contain continual, redundant, attacking responces. Keep making Diane's blog popular. Keep piling dung. Find out about indecision in the political stream. Life goes on during this extensive downturn of the economy. At least, there are rules of engagement in Healthcare, now. I know first-hand. I don't mind pinging Senator's, and Congressional Representatives. Did it yesterday, and got results in 3 hours due to a healthcare problem in the family. Some scream& bash the problems of Government. There are avenues of address to government actions.

AS for any medical related information, as part of a slander campaign,Roc; Do you posess HIPPA rights to even make allegations concerning me? You walk a thin line of slander here!



We're just voicing our opinions here... you can take them with a grain fo salt.  When I stripped away all of the extraneous gobble-de-gook I did detect a moment of clairvoyance in your post..... congrats.



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Posted on Sun, May 04, 2014 13:44

Greetings and salutations!  I have been thinking of you my friends.  I hate it when people just disappear and give no explanation.  I’m alive and well; but over-whelmed.  Hmm…..how does anyone explain?

 

The truth is that I’ve been working!  That’s what I seem to do ….well…when I’m not dawdling.  *wink*   The deck is finished!!!   5 gal of stain and 1 gal of varnish….laid by me.  I brought in a yard and half of crushed granite for walkways and a truckload of mulch for all the flower beds.  Everything is blooming in Dallas.  My yard has never looked so good!  (My back has never hurt so much)  This week I got the ceilings painted.  So…..now that everything is all fixed up…..I will likely sell.  As much as I don’t want to move; my folks need me.

 

Anyway….you guys can handle all these political scramblings for a while.   It’s also true that I am weary of some things. 

 

One good update!  I’ve started riding my bike in the mornings.  I’ve been riding for about an hour every morning before work.  Have to say, I do feel better and loving the spring mornings.

 

(I guess it’s ok for me to hijack my own blog)  Thank you All for engaging in the conversation.    I’ll be around.  I just have too much to handle right now.


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Posted on Sat, May 03, 2014 09:34

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Once again I'm certain that when your heard this in your head before you posted it... it made complete sense to you.  However, somehwere between your brain and your keyboard somethng must have shorted out.

 

Do your self a favor... print it out and read it out loud to some of your closest friends and relatives and then ask them what they think.



Maybe, Diane just got tired of being bashed, with no logical conclusions to your grievences. This forum is for casual, respective threads. Threads on Blogs usually do not contain continual, redundant, attacking responces. Keep making Diane's blog popular. Keep piling dung. Find out about indecision in the political stream. Life goes on during this extensive downturn of the economy. At least, there are rules of engagement in Healthcare, now. I know first-hand. I don't mind pinging Senator's, and Congressional Representatives. Did it yesterday, and got results in 3 hours due to a healthcare problem in the family. Some scream& bash the problems of Government. There are avenues of address to government actions.

AS for any medical related information, as part of a slander campaign,Roc; Do you posess HIPPA rights to even make allegations concerning me? You walk a thin line of slander here!



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Posted on Fri, May 02, 2014 10:56

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Yea! What I really meant is this. Now, I've already identified Diane as scorpion material.They are soooooooooo reclusive. Between us, I trust few people...But...Have you not Mast*Her*integral consternation* of*Blog*Histirical Histrealical ...  Quasi-Historical*Archives...Yes...The BIG 1100! Legendland On The Blogs!

 

Saw a black man miss three shots, Wadded paper bag... trash can...WELL, White men are allowed to take 3 shots, also!...Swiftly followed by, "White men can jump!"...So apropos!



Once again I'm certain that when your heard this in your head before you posted it... it made complete sense to you.  However, somehwere between your brain and your keyboard somethng must have shorted out.

 

Do your self a favor... print it out and read it out loud to some of your closest friends and relatives and then ask them what they think.



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Posted on Thu, May 01, 2014 20:27

Yea! What I really meant is this. Now, I've already identified Diane as scorpion material.They are soooooooooo reclusive. Between us, I trust few people...But...Have you not Mast*Her*integral consternation* of*Blog*Histirical Histrealical ...  Quasi-Historical*Archives...Yes...The BIG 1100! Legendland On The Blogs!

 

Saw a black man miss three shots, Wadded paper bag... trash can...WELL, White men are allowed to take 3 shots, also!...Swiftly followed by, "White men can jump!"...So apropos!



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Posted on Wed, Apr 30, 2014 20:37

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I wanted MMC's opinion of the state of affairs on this blog. Positions are individual. Character is challanged. This is a blog that has prominance, and I thank Diane for creating it...Creating.....That is the logical workings of problems...From this to that,and, another hypothesis to eventually, solve this. Social issues are some of the worse problems to solve...NoOne has it their way! Some Compromize must accompany the problem. 

I do research. This propaganda is what it is! I have to look at the Parroting effect on issues, and I keep up. 

MMC is across the pond. These threads are going out worldwide, and ,Diane's blog goes well over 1000 hits.

Dang Government's!



Yeah,... I think we all can agree that the internet is worldwide.  Most bloggers that are on other sites do not tend to get excited over 1000 hits but if you want some kind of acknowledgement then congratulations to whoever.  I'll do a toast next time I have a drink in my hand.  



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