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originally posted by: WilburnRoach
He may not be at the highest rung of our overlords ladder. The people he will appoint will effect all of us for a long time.
Mr President Trump is the establishment now make no doubt about it. He just became the most premo property on the planet. Everything he touches will turn to gold.
originally posted by: FamCore
a reply to: WilburnRoach
It's going to be fantastic. Just incredible. I'm telling you.
America is going to be so great, even greater than it was 50 years ago. Absolutely.
[D]on’t think for a minute that the super-rich siblings, who together are worth some $82 billion, according to Forbes, aren’t helping Donald Trump. They may not wish to get all of that Trumpy dirt—the calls to violence, the obvious racism and misogyny, the invitation to Russia for cyberespionage on his own country—on their manicured hands, but they’re keen to turn out the voters needed to maintain Republican control of both houses of Congress. And there’s no way to turn out those voters without helping the quisling from Queens.
originally posted by: BeReasonable
a reply to: Christosterone
New Zealand doesn't have Dingo's you dunce
Mitochondrial DNA sequences
To determine the origin and time of arrival of Australian dingoes, mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) sequences of 211 dingoes and 19 archaeological samples from pre-European Polynesia were compared with mtDNA samples of 676 domestic dogs and 38 grey wolves in 2004.
The domestic dog samples came from China, Africa, Southwest Asia, India, Siberia, the arctic America, Europe, Mongolia, Korea, Japan, Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, Indonesia, the Philippines, Malaysia, New Zealand, Hawaii and the highlands of New Guinea.
The dingo samples came from zoos, wildlife parks, dingo conservation groups, dingo lovers and 192 wild living specimens from 27 areas in Australia, mainly located in the Pilbara region, New South Wales and northeastern Victoria. The wild specimens had been selected based on similarities of external appearance to exclude the influence of dingo-hybrids and domestic dogs as far as possible.