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    When I had my first miscarriage, I was not...

    Point taken but the given position is that a girl or a woman is mother to the fetus in biological terms. She may or may not have consented to be pregnant in the first place or to continue the...
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    Ftr, the woman is not a “mother” until she gives...

    Ftr, the woman is not a “mother” until she gives birth to a baby. She is a pregnant woman. Calling her a mother drives her into a category she has not consented to occupy.
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    You are saying that at this point there will no...

    You are saying that at this point there will no longer be any COVID deaths in UK?
    That’s remarkable.

    No more long haulers either?

    And all because 44% are vaccinated?

    Great news. I guess...
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    Bearing in mind that RvW does currently permit...

    Bearing in mind that RvW does currently permit the state to compel a woman’s body to the service of the state in maintaining another being - in the third trimester. I believe that to be a flaw in...
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    Of course, none of the examples I gave were the...

    Of course, none of the examples I gave were the permanent loss of an entire organ. That was on purpose. You’d still have the rest of your bone marrow, the other kidney, the rest of your liver, the...
  6. What banks do take, is the fact that you have...

    I worked at a bank a few years ago that did not take stock as collateral. But you're right, many banks do take direct assignments of company stock (publicly traded of course).[/QUOTE]

    What banks...
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    This is a good plan for a coalition like this. ...

    This is a good plan for a coalition like this. Allowing the country to stabilize in a post-bibi way. This PM will serve 2 years, then a moderate takes the reins in 2023. Several of the Israelis...
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    Good point.

    Ran over because of their religion???
    No, I’d say it was because of his religion.[/QUOTE]

    Good point.
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    I don’t think we need to close down all drug...

    I don’t think we need to close down all drug companies, just advocating to make the budget include a government funded lab as a player in the game.
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    You can rent lake houses for a year. PM me if...

    You can rent lake houses for a year. PM me if you’re ever seriously looking.
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    Perhaps you meant post #19 Perhaps that is...

    Perhaps you meant post #19



    Perhaps that is because you like feeling like you’re a failure if you’re not the best.
    Perhaps you like making yourself abandon something fun and lovely because...
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    A: You didn’t write the OP B: Tell me why you...

    Thanks for this.

    I offered my sympathy to those like you in the O.P.

    Regards
    DL[/QUOTE]

    A: You didn’t write the OP
    B: Tell me why you would “offer sympathy” to someone telling you they are...
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    In all the cases where the US failed to give...

    In all the cases where the US failed to give support to secular governments, the result was bad for the US in the end.
    Same with Israel, aparently.
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    And we continue to allow the criminal negligence...

    And we continue to allow the criminal negligence when it is done by religions. Those poor kids.
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    Do you also have vaccine resistance? Or is it...

    Do you also have vaccine resistance? Or is it vaccine availability?
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    And they know it. That is a huge gap in our...

    And they know it.

    That is a huge gap in our economic, financial and legal systems.
    And the works pay for this.
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    Interesting perspective - because moving for a...

    Interesting perspective - because moving for a change of pace is totally outside of my thought process. My husband bought our home (before we were together) more than 30 years ago, and I’ve lived...
  18. I agree that is what it does. I’m bringing up...

    And that’s another part of my point. That’s a loophole.
    I’m giving each of my kids an enormous gift and a significant life advantage by paying for their college. My kids get to receive this gift -...
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    From this article: ...

    From this article:

    https://www.millionacres.com/real-estate-market/homebuying/what-is-a-housing-shortage-and-why-should-investors-care/




    TSwizzle may not have noticed the significant...
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    Then why the rules about spreading a gift out over 5 years, if you always get to spread it out over a lifetime anyway?[/QUOTE]

    Not sure what rule you're referring to...[/QUOTE]

    From the...
  21. And that’s another part of my point. That’s a...

    And that’s another part of my point. That’s a loophole.
    I’m giving each of my kids an enormous gift and a significant life advantage by paying for their college. My kids get to receive this gift -...
  22. Then why the rules about spreading a gift out...

    Confused then - the gift tax is on items over $14,000 per person per year. Is it not?

    And regardless of who pays it - the transaction results in a tax payment.[/QUOTE]

    The giver owes gift tax...
  23. Yeah, I was reading that. All kinds of triggers...

    Confused then - the gift tax is on items over $14,000 per person per year. Is it not?

    And regardless of who pays it - the transaction results in a tax payment.[/QUOTE]

    Here's a good quote: "Two...
  24. An example: I pay my kids’ college tuition. ...

    Confused then - the gift tax is on items over $14,000 per person per year. Is it not?

    And regardless of who pays it - the transaction results in a tax payment.[/QUOTE]

    An example: I pay my...
  25. Confused then - the gift tax is on items over...

    I'm not a cpa, but you wouldn't be taxed on your artwork worth $25,000. Really this debate about timing. The IRS's taxes income yearly. The IRS taxes increases in wealth when it is realized or...
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