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However, in light of the suspicious surroundings of Judge Scalia's death, and with the correct mind set, one is able to discern a subtlety to the language within. Here's a shot of the opening paragraph:
I know you want it to be
originally posted by: fractal5
a reply to: TheFlyOnTheWall
It takes an incredible stretch of the imagination, as has already been pointed out, to interpret this as any kind of hit. That said, if I was one of the manipulators I'd be using fantasy scripts as a way to learn what it is my opponents desire. So one way would be to have them offer suggestions for a political fiction book. That would then give me a good idea of what my opponent wants.
Robert Lucas Former Ohio State Senator Robert Lucas was the 12th Governor of the U.S. state of Ohio, serving from 1832 to 1836. He served as the first Governor of Iowa Territory from 1838 to 1841. Wikipedia Born: April 1, 1781, Shepherdstown, West Virginia, United States Died: February 7, 1853, Iowa City, Iowa, United States Previous office: Ohio State Senator (1829–1830) Succeeded by: John Chambers Political parties: Democratic-Republican Party, Democratic Party
ALEX (nods in the affirmative) Yes, we will invite the Mexican people to merge with us; to form one great Nation, thereby narrowing our Southern border to the easily protected strip with Guatemala.
I'm experiencing a real life Murder, She Wrote here in Qatar. No one is dead (just a toaster oven) but there are so many suspects and motives. There is a small toaster oven in our office kitchen area. The toaster and the coffee pot are both 110 volts, so each must be plugged into the 220 volt transformer when in use. The transformer only has room for one at a time, so a user must check and change, as appropriate, with each and every use. This seems to be a particular frustration to the three people who typically make the coffee in the morning...