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  1. Mr. MOR commented on Luann 29 days ago

    TEMPLO S.U.D. said, less than a minute ago
    Frank & Nancy DeGroot’s little girl is growing up so… so… not fast nor slow, but at some pace.

    I hope you’re not trying to say ‘half fast’. (But you are, aren’t you.)

  2. Mr. MOR commented on Luann Bonus Material about 1 month ago

    @Mstreselena
    I agree. Like him or not, TJ is smart and he plays the long game. (Re. Ann Eiffel) I wouldn’t be surprised if he had found a defective piece of equipment on the truck, set Brad up to investigate, and will now be able to collect the insurance money AND sue the corporation that made the unsafe equipment. He may be written out by retiring to his own island paradise!

  3. Mr. MOR commented on Inherit the Mirth 2 months ago

    Get two more players with brooms and you could do squirreling.

  4. Mr. MOR commented on The Argyle Sweater 2 months ago

    That job really took it out of me!

  5. Mr. MOR commented on WuMo 2 months ago

    I am NOT turning this metamorphosis around.

  6. Mr. MOR commented on The Martian Confederacy 2 months ago

    @Bruno Zeigerts

    Or Alice (Hathaway)

  7. Mr. MOR commented on Jim Morin 2 months ago

    @pavlov
    Hogwash, the befeathered guy wandered here from somewhere else just like the europeans in fact many “native” americans have european dna prior to european settlements. The rest of us just waited to take the boat.

    I don’t think that their DNA is relevant. They had, in fact, “wandered here”, just as those first Europeans wandered over looking for trade routes to the Orient, (or just exploring like the Vikings). The difference is, the Native Americans had established their residency, maintained the borders of their rangelands (their ‘states’ if you will) and had a culture and a civilization that spanned the Western Hemisphere.

    The Europeans came and killed them, drove them out of their land, forced them on death marches (the Trail of Tears) and massacred their women and children (the Sand Creek Massacre in Colorado is just one that comes to mind.)

    I, myself, am glad to be here, and to born in this great country, but it is beyond insensitive not to acknowledge that my being here came at the cost of another, original culture who peopled this land.

    As for the current immigration situation. On my father’s side, my great great great grandfather came legally from Germany. But on my mother’ side, my great great great grandfather escaped forced conscription as a youth (the Napoleanic wars, and no, I don’t know which ‘side’ was trying to conscript him) by stowing away on a boat, remaining hidden until the ship arrived in New Orleans, and then slipping off, somehow unnoticed, to establish and build a new life where he was safe to work hard and start a family.

    So understandably, I feel for children and youth fleeing for lives to avoid almost certain conscription of their own. In fact, I think our country should view them as refugees seeking asylum rather than illegal immigrants. It seems to me that that is what our current law may be seeking to determine for them. If that is true, I wholly support that.

    On a side note… It is always a pleasure when I see the “Saints for Sanity” icon. I know that I will shortly be enjoying a well balanced and intelligent post. Thank you Respectful Troll, I wish you had time to post more. If you don’t mind, I’ll end with…

    Also respectfully,
    B.

  8. Mr. MOR commented on Tom Toles 2 months ago

    @Michael wme
    Just wanted to say thanks for providing links that actually go to articles that are, themselves, both informative and also linked to their own source material.

  9. Mr. MOR commented on Clay Bennett 2 months ago

    @Tigger

    Ok, I read the article. It seems to say that if a family of four estimates it’s yearly income at $23,850, but actually makes over $95,400, they have to pay back the subsidy. If they make more than $61,500 but less than $95,401, they have to pay back $2,500 of the subsidy. $47,701 to $61,500, they must pay back $1,500, and if they estimated there income at below $23,850, but make more than that but less than $47,701, they’ll have to pay back $600. (This from the chart at the end of the article)

    I feel for the family that estimates making below $23,850 and ends up making just over. They would suffer a net loss and it would be hard to come up with that amount.

    It’s harder for me to feel bad about a family that doubles it’s estimated income and has to pay back $1,500, or triples it and has to pay back $2,500, or makes nearly $100k and has to pay it all back.

    Am I reading that correctly?

  10. Mr. MOR commented on Steve Benson 2 months ago

    @Denis1122
    And they’re all cleverly disguised as 8-12 year olds.