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    It's another one of those long ones.

    ​​​​​​https://www.commentary.org/articles/...ke-revolution/

    for some reason I had to copy and paste the url into the top of my page and press enter. I read the entire article following a link from Twitter, now it tells me I have to pay for premium content. Hoping anyone who clicks through has better luck. If not maybe I'll find a way to simply copy and paste in entirety.

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    Originally posted by rock rat View Post
    It's another one of those long ones.

    ​​​​​​https://www.commentary.org/articles/...ke-revolution/

    for some reason I had to copy and paste the url into the top of my page and press enter. I read the entire article following a link from Twitter, now it tells me I have to pay for premium content. Hoping anyone who clicks through has better luck. If not maybe I'll find a way to simply copy and paste in entirety.
    You get information from twitter ?

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      Barri Weis was on CNN last week with Mr Potato head, Brian Seltzer. I read the transcription. It appears that they occupy two different universes. Weis sees collusion by news organizations to hide reality while the Potato head just doesn't think those stories of Democrat corruption, crime and treasonous behavior are worth covering. Small difference of opinion.

      Let's GO Brandon!!!

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        You get information from twitter ?
        I follow people and sometimes click on their links, most things I'm looking for are too long for twitter but people post lots of links, I follow those I either find informative or of enough public interest.

        I followed Trump for instance, mostly he was just jeering and what not. I also follow many conservatives with links to conservative writings of the day.

        I've followed every sec of Int and director of the USFWS, also my state Parks and Wildlife as well as a few of the regional directors, also the county open space feed as well as the feed of various rangers. Rocky Mountain National Park also which is close by and the source of elk for me.

        I follow a few wildlife biologists who support hunting, I also follow a few conservation biologists and science writers who don't support hunting and are very woke, but I never comment on the stupidity they spew.

        Mostly I follow intelectual dark web.

        I almost never post or comment.

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