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There's 190 million whites. Half of them are homosexuals and feminists.
There's 40 million blacks. Most of them are in prison, on parole, on drugs, and committing crimes. They usually sell drugs on the side and increase costs of medical care, and all that.
There's 40 million Hispanics. Most of them are construction workers that sell drugs on the side. They help spread the opiod epidemic, run up the cost of medical care and increase the crime rates indirectly through their drug dealing businesses.
Then there's the Asians. They're mainly quiet, work hard, study hard, do good in school, and get lucrative engineering and tech jobs.139 AnswersPolitics2 days ago
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The Day The Earth Stood Still with Michael Rennie as Klaatu, 1951, classic movie.15 AnswersMovies13 hours ago
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I quit my job two weeks ago. I was working as an entry level mechanical engineer at a large aerospace defense contractor. I didn’t mind the work at first, but I grew to hate it after six or so months. I didn’t care for the people or the environment and I never felt like I belonged there. My job required me to work in a cubicle in isolation. Along with my work, I spent most of my time feeling like I was missing out on life and that the 9-5 life just wasn’t for me. I thought I could keep my misery at work, but it eventually followed me home and took over my personal life. I couldn’t sleep, focus, or enjoy the things I use to. My inability to sleep turned in to night sweats and nightmares. I later fell into a bout of depression and lost all motivation to go into work. I decided to put my two week’s notice shortly after. I worked at the company for 1.5 years.
I now work as a freight handler at Sam’s Club. I feel so lost now and have no idea what I should do with my life. I’m afraid of going back to professional work because I don’t want to experience the same thing again.
Is this what life is all about? Working a job, chasing money, being miserable and dying? I’m so lost and scared right now.23 AnswersPsychology1 day ago
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I thought I had fell out of love with my husband but after I had the affair and realize how crappy single men are I realized I don’t want to live without my husband I realized how amazing he is . He left me a couple of weeks ago said he’s moving to a different city. My entire attitude has changed once I went out there and seen how crappy other men are compared to my husband. I was very young And sheltered when we got together so I needed to experience life And things I felt like I was having a mid life crisis or something but now I know for certain I don’t want to be with anyone else for the rest of my life. He said that he’s not trying to be the scraps I settle for. That is NOT the case!!18 AnswersMarriage & Divorce21 hours ago
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He wanted a wall along the Mexican border. He put migrant children in cages. He called blacks SOBs and said they had AIDs. He wanted to deport all foreigners, even legal ones. He groped women. He said the KKK were "very fine people." He wanted to buy and annex Greenland. He belittles Canada at every turn. He dismissed Coronavirus and also referred to it as "Chinese Virus" and "Kung Flu," and cost the lives of nearly 300,000 Americans and fractured the economy.
To top it all off, he lied about 95 percent of the above.125 AnswersPolitics4 days ago
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