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Only their physical strength gives them leverage, but how they bully, insult, rape, envy, physically attack women is a sign of weakness25 AnswersGender & Women's Studies18 hours ago
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CNN)Millions of Californians may soon find themselves under a regional stay-at-home order once again under new restrictions announced Thursday by California Gov. Gavin Newsom.
The new stay-at-home order will take hold in regions where hospitals are feeling the squeeze on capacity to treat the incoming surge of Covid-19 patients. A strict stay-at home order will go into effect 48 hours after hospital intensive care unit capacity drops below 15% in one of five regions the state is divided into: Northern California, Bay Area, Greater Sacramento, San Joaquin Valley and Southern California.42 AnswersPolitics16 hours ago
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Who's behind the voting fraud? Joe Biden, Hillary Clinton, or Nancy Pelosi? Or is it a group effort?
I think Hillary and Pelosi are the masterminds behind it but that Joe Biden was in on it. Here's why I believe that:
1. Biden admitted that his campaign has put together the most impressive voter fraud organization ever.
2. Pelosi said something along the lines of she has a quiver up her sleeves or something.
3. Hillary has always been bitter and is known for being a domestic terrorist. She said confidently that Trump won't win and that Biden must not conceive [because the election is rigged for him].40 AnswersPolitics18 hours ago
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For those of you who steadfastly believe Trump really won the election, what are you going to do when Biden takes office on January 20th ?Favorite Answer:
I don't understand these people. It's clear and has been proven over and over even by trump's own people. He just wants to throw out votes that weren't for him. Seriously people, think about that12 AnswersJokes & Riddles11 hours ago
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One of my 2021 resolutions is to expand my taste in music and find new genres or artists. I plan on making a long list to explore throughout the year, so drop some of your favorites!
You can answer with artists, songs, albums, personal playlists or even a specific genres! Hey, drop your own music if you'd like! I will give it a listen!
Thanks for the help! No judgements on your taste, I'm open to anything!16 AnswersOther - Music2 days ago
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In the U.S. we have places such as Detroit Michigan and Chicago Illinois .
High gang activity. Drug deals. Rape , murder etc.
Are there places In France , Germany , England , Europe , Turkey , India , Saudi Arabia as such ?18 AnswersOther - Society & Culture2 days ago
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The man was reported to be alive hours before his death7 AnswersJokes & Riddles9 hours ago
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I read a Yahoo article in which Trump's lawyer and also Michael Flynn are calling for a coup. Would a forceful takeover work for Trump?
The number of Republicans stating that there was no election fraud is rapidly growing and is becoming hard to ignore. Most are admitting Trump's loss. Even Trump's main man and most loyal supporter, Attorney General William Barr, has done an investigation and concluded that there is no proof of fraud in the election. So could a coup work for Trump? Would he have the might and the manpower to ever pull such a stunt off?43 AnswersPolitics1 day ago
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He may have needed a pat on the back, but he certainly didn't deserve it.
What's for breakfast this fine morning?7 AnswersJokes & Riddles10 hours ago