The, “Not my problem,” customer service people – a complaint

The customer service people who basically communicate, “That’s not my problem,” annoy the heck out of me. For example, if I send an email somewhere and they don’t know an answer, they tell me to contact someone else instead of forwarding the email to that person which good customer service would entail. Or even worse, […]

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Politician bravely calls for bipartisanship, as long as the other side completely agrees with their opinion.

In a press release, federal politician George Jeffreys stated the importance of bipartisanship in congress. “The American people want an end to the bitter bipartisanship in congress, and I call on all politicians on the other side to put aside bipartisanship, and work together for common sense solutions to help the American people,” said Congressman […]

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Colemak named best keyboard layout for summoning Maxwell’s demon, others

The Necronomicon contains ways to summon creatures such as demons and Cthulu. I tested the Qwerty, Dvorak, and Colemak keyboard layouts to find the quickest way to summon each. After thorough testing, the Colemak keyboard and its new update proved to summon Maxwell’s demon a full 1 second ahead of the Dvorak layout on average, […]

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Is President Trump’s migrant executive order a brilliant political move?

I have a hypothesis that Trump knows that if he signs an executive order banning birthright citizenship, that it will be found unconstitutional by the supreme court. This is a way that Trump can show his views on immigration, while at the same time giving an easy toss-up to show that the supreme court, especially […]

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Tl;dr of news I read and watched September 15th 2018

Tl:dr stands for, “Too long didn’t read.” Here’s news: Hurricane Florence hit the USA. It’s a bad thing. Typhoon Mangkhut hit the Philippines. It’s a bad thing. Lehman Brothers crashed about 10 years ago. It was reported as a bad thing. There was a dead probably gofer(?) in some drain in Japan. The news I […]

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Missouri should cut off Illinois from the St. Louis area Metrolink for passenger safety.

  Here’s a friendly reminder that having a gun to protect yourself on the Metrolink in the St. Louis area is a felony as far as I know. The people who patrol the stations and sometimes trains of the rail system are not actual police officers, but hired private security who don’t have the authority […]

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People who say some others want free health care need to give fair arguments for helpful discourse.

If the government provides universal health care in the USA, in my opinion it will probably be not good quality. I also believe that this should be done at the state level, and only the states that vote to have universal health care should have it, while states that want free market health care should […]

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If charities have more support, then there might be less need for government funding.

I started a website called www.DonateToMedicalResearch.com. It’s original goal is to be a small database of places that people can donate to for medical research, based on medical issue. So if someone has a medical issue, they can look up the medical issue and donate to it in the hopes that their medical issue can […]

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The Federalist Papers are important to the founding of the USA, and here’s some information about it.

This is a quick overview of The Federalist Papers. The Federalist Papers are a collection of essays that were written by Alexander Hamilton, John Jay, and James Madison. They used the nickname Publius for these essays. The essays discuss the usefulness and importance of a federal government, the then present confederation not being good enough, […]

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