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42 minutes ago, Jamie_B said:

 

You clearly haven't read what Dr. Brix had to say, she was in the Trump camp.

 

And I think you're in a cult.

A cult?? Lol

The whole democatic party is a cult which I have no desire to join.

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2 hours ago, claptonrocks said:

Apparently you don't drive much.

Gas at 3.60 now.

Incredible jump from Trumps term.

 

But go on believing everything You Read from your liberal sources.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Right crazy liberal sources that don't think 5G caused COVID.

 

Go on believing that the President somehow controls gas prices in a global market. 

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4 minutes ago, T-Dub said:

 

Right crazy liberal sources that don't think 5G caused COVID.

 

Go on believing that the President somehow controls gas prices in a global market. 

Stopping our keystone pipeline was a huge mistake unless you ride a bike everywhere.

You know it.

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2 minutes ago, claptonrocks said:

Stopping our keystone pipeline was a huge mistake unless you ride a bike everywhere.

You know it.

 

I guarantee you I know far more about that pipeline than you do, including the fact that there are multiple Keystone pipelines already operating on that same route, so no.. it wasn't. 

 

You keep repeating all these MAGA talking points and it's so painfully obvious you don't actually know anything about them. Just a goose-stepping little parrot mad at the world and desperate for a scapegoat for all your problems.

 

 

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3 minutes ago, T-Dub said:

 

I guarantee you I know far more about that pipeline than you do, including the fact that there are multiple Keystone pipelines already operating on that same route, so no.. it wasn't. 

 

You keep repeating all these MAGA talking points and it's so painfully obvious you don't actually know anything about them. Just a goose-stepping little parrot mad at the world and desperate for a scapegoat for all your problems.

 

 

Allright with your jibbering nonsense.

So full of hate you are .

 

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This RealPage stuff is interesting and scary all at the same time. I went to their website for grins and giggles and I was going to plug my zip code into their portal to see if they were involved with any buildings in my neighborhood, but I couldn't find anywhere to search. 

 

City councils in both Cincinnati and Columbus are trying to pass new zoning initiatives that call for more dense housing along certain corridors to "solve the housing crisis", but in reality, are only going to help the developers, because they are going to come with tax abatements and, at least in Columbus, allow developers to lessen or completely waive parking requirements for these new buildings. Sad to say, the buildings featured in these stories look a lot like what is being built near OSU's campus. The zoning initiative in Columbus also takes the area commissions completely out of the review process. I'm keeping a keen eye on this because I live right off of High St. (the main north-south corridor through Columbus) and I don't want to wake up one morning and find that the picturesque block of shops that my kitchen window faces is bring replaces by a 7 story ugly behemoth with limited parking, which means the tenants will be parking on the street in front of my house (which you can only park on one side of anyway because it's so narrow). Also, the tax abatements these developers get keep our taxes high. 

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25 minutes ago, Shebengal said:

This RealPage stuff is interesting and scary all at the same time. I went to their website for grins and giggles and I was going to plug my zip code into their portal to see if they were involved with any buildings in my neighborhood, but I couldn't find anywhere to search. 

 

City councils in both Cincinnati and Columbus are trying to pass new zoning initiatives that call for more dense housing along certain corridors to "solve the housing crisis", but in reality, are only going to help the developers, because they are going to come with tax abatements and, at least in Columbus, allow developers to lessen or completely waive parking requirements for these new buildings. Sad to say, the buildings featured in these stories look a lot like what is being built near OSU's campus. The zoning initiative in Columbus also takes the area commissions completely out of the review process. I'm keeping a keen eye on this because I live right off of High St. (the main north-south corridor through Columbus) and I don't want to wake up one morning and find that the picturesque block of shops that my kitchen window faces is bring replaces by a 7 story ugly behemoth with limited parking, which means the tenants will be parking on the street in front of my house (which you can only park on one side of anyway because it's so narrow). Also, the tax abatements these developers get keep our taxes high. 

 

 

No idea if you were ever able to search the markets by zipcode, but apparently they removed a bunch of stuff from their website.

 

Best I could find.

 

Market Coverage Map | RealPage

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Good catch. Unless I missed it, that mini-doc didn't reveal one very important other connection, which will probably make you all even more concerned:

 

FBI raid on real estate company linked to Harlan Crow's RealPage rental price fixing

 

Yes. That Harlan Crow who was in the news some months ago as one of the perps sliding gifts to Justice Thomas.

 

More on this angle of the corruption:

 

Thomas has accepted $4M in gifts during career: Watchdog

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1 hour ago, Homer_Rice said:

Good catch. Unless I missed it, that mini-doc didn't reveal one very important other connection, which will probably make you all even more concerned:

 

FBI raid on real estate company linked to Harlan Crow's RealPage rental price fixing

 

Yes. That Harlan Crow who was in the news some months ago as one of the perps sliding gifts to Justice Thomas.

 

More on this angle of the corruption:

 

Thomas has accepted $4M in gifts during career: Watchdog

 

 

Holy shit. 

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On 6/7/2024 at 8:23 AM, Homer_Rice said:

Good catch. Unless I missed it, that mini-doc didn't reveal one very important other connection, which will probably make you all even more concerned:

 

FBI raid on real estate company linked to Harlan Crow's RealPage rental price fixing

 

Yes. That Harlan Crow who was in the news some months ago as one of the perps sliding gifts to Justice Thomas.

 

More on this angle of the corruption:

 

Thomas has accepted $4M in gifts during career: Watchdog

Good read Homer..

Shines a light on corruption by Johnson to gain riches at the hands on renters.

 

If Thomas is charged with any type of bribery I'm all for prosecuting  him regardless of his stature .

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10 hours ago, claptonrocks said:

Good read Homer..

Shines a light on corruption by Johnson to gain riches at the hands on renters.

 

If Thomas is charged with any type of bribery I'm all for prosecuting  him regardless of his stature .

 

Entire SCOTUS should be under investigation at this point.  Thing is, then what? I don't think either of us want a single President appointing several at once.

 

We need another reformer, anti-corruption President -  a real one, not a career grifter/money launderer desperately pointing the finger at anyone but himself. 

 

Sadly I fear the damage may be irreparable.

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13 minutes ago, T-Dub said:

 

Entire SCOTUS should be under investigation at this point.  Thing is, then what? I don't think either of us want a single President appointing several at once.

 

We need another reformer, anti-corruption President -  a real one, not a career grifter/money launderer desperately pointing the finger at anyone but himself. 

 

Sadly I fear the damage may be irreparable.

Irreparable can't be tolerated

 

This should come to the forefront 

in the media to get the publicity it needs for either party to give a shit about.

 

 

 

 

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14 minutes ago, claptonrocks said:

Irreparable can't be tolerated

 

This should come to the forefront 

in the media to get the publicity it needs for either party to give a shit about.

 

 

 

 

 

Except they're all benefiting from it & AFAIK there's not really a blueprint for what to do with a compromised Supreme Court.  Justices can be impeached but none have ever been convicted. Even if one was, we're apparently looking at several that are compromised.  Then, if they were removed, that leaves whichever President is currently in office to appoint replacements for ALL of them.  That doesn't sound like much of a solution.

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On 6/18/2024 at 11:27 AM, Jamie_B said:

If Trump gets back in Office stuff like this goes away and we're back to allowing big business unlimited power

 

FTC says Adobe hid key terms of “annual paid monthly” subscription plan and set up roadblocks to deter customer cancellations | Federal Trade Commission

Fear monger.

 

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On 6/26/2024 at 11:22 AM, Jamie_B said:

 

lol, you think Trump is going to go after business like this? He's one of them.

 

You're insane.

 

Nooo you don't understand, Daddy Trump will solve all our problems. The blind will see! The lame will walk! All the pedophiles will be shot (because the convicted sex pest who bragged about barging into dressing rooms at his Miss Teen USA pageants, "pussy grabbing", & being "good friends" with Epstein is totally innocent)! He'll make all our dreams come true, especially Vladimir Putin's! Hamberders will be 99 cents everywhere!

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It's funny to me that Biden is somehow responsible for the out of control post-COVID price gouging but the guy who is for removing every existing government regulation is going to fix it.

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