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But she's born again and that is suppose to take away any sins before she suddenly found God. Nothing but a hypocrite.
I worked in the construction industry for over thirty years, and, yes, there was a huge amount of stress.The most misogynistic incident I recall was when an eighty year-old electrician energized a circuit, nearly electrocuting me, but instead of taking any responsibility for his mistake he lectured me on how, being a woman, I never should have been on the job site in the first place.
Good question. I care because I got T-boned once by some clown running a red light who came within a hair's breadth of killing my spouse who was sitting in the passenger sit when the other driver's SUV hit our sedan, pushing us over two lanes, rotating the vehicle by 90 degrees, and lifting us up onto the sidewalk, while blasting the passenger side door off its lock and crumpling the roof and pillar. My wife had two punctured lungs and we were lucky to get to a good trauma center before she died. I have no sympathy for any clown who believes that it's OK to run a red light - because you fools have no idea whatsoever who might be coming through that light legally. If killing people is fine by you, just keep running red lights, because you'll get your wish one day. What makes your time so much more important than somebody else's life?
One critical thing that Karoli forgot to mention to rebut Cruz's Obama Administration bullshit was this:
[Judge] Bunning is the son of Jim Bunning, the Hall of Fame pitcher for the Detroit Tigers and Philadelphia Phillies who served two terms as Kentucky's junior U.S. senator. Former Republican President George W. Bush nominated David Bunning for a lifetime position as a federal judge in 2001 when he was just 35 years old, halfway through his dad's first term in the Senate.
'Nuf said. Again, Obama had nothing to do with this judge, nor his decision, Republican nitwits. It's not like this information isn't public record or anything!
Only one I've heard before is Gillian Welch. I haven't heard too many of her songs, but a local radio station KDHX plays her every now and then, and I like what I've heard. She was in St. Louis I think just last week, and I wanted to go see her, but I couldn't make it.