What we now have before us in this debate is the distilling of President Donald J. Trump to his purer, concentrated form.
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Pictured is the Versailles rail accident in 1842, perhaps a preview of the coming debate when the candidates will be almost as old as the painting
Since last week’s press conference, that already flimsy case excusing Taylor’s killing has taken four significant body blows.
The Bowles series continues with Paul’s 1955 novel about the Moroccan independence movement and the struggles of ordinary people to keep a corner of their souls free of political power struggles.
I found out that there are different starting paths for Cyberpunk 2077. Then I started thinking too much.
(Warning, this post contains the most minor of spoilers and then a huge amount of speculation that might contain a potential spoiler? Maybe?)
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