in our system of government, making a change requires finding common ground with those who hold opposing views
Tell me more about how you’ve spent your career finding common ground with your political opponents. Disgusting piece of human garbage
+1. Once I got a planer it was amazing how taking just a sliver off each side helps make framing 2x4s look more like real furniture wood. Those rounded edges are subtle but instantly identifiable, sharpening them up suddenly looks more professional :D
Any suggestion for a decent planer?
Imagine mobilizing those seniors.
Sadly most of the seniors in this position tend to vote against their self interest.
Stop with this nonsense. Trump voters have a priority, and that's maintaining white supremacy. Any "benefits" program they vote against is because they believe all the benefits will flow away from hardworking "middle class" (read: white) families to the "undeserving" (hint: black and brown).
Maybe they are voting against their interests, but they sure don't see it that way.
Right, that was basically my point. They think they’re voting in their best interest when in reality they are not. The deepest red states tend to be the ones that receive the most welfare. It’s the “I deserve it but other people don’t” mentality.
I went back to the official reddit app. It still kinda sucks and there’s some things I miss (gifs render like shit on the official app) but for now it’s a more stable experience. I’ll check back on Apollo again in a few months and see how things are coming.