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furry lite™ / Re: You know you are Furry........
« Last post by Subzerus on July 25, 2017, 12:09:46 pm » worry that others of your species will think less of you for playing with bunny kits in your backyard.

Daw! Don't worry, that's nothing to be ashamed of, that's just cute! (Alsoplsrecordthebunniesthx)
furry greetings / Re: I'm Back.
« Last post by Subzerus on July 25, 2017, 12:04:53 pm »
Welp, furry or not you can always hang out in here! Welcome back!
furry greetings / Re: Hello
« Last post by Subzerus on July 25, 2017, 12:04:08 pm »
Hi and welcome!
news forum / Re: Trump the GOP and Democrats. A new path or more of the same.
« Last post by Old Rabbit on July 25, 2017, 10:35:31 am »
Trump Day 186
Our man Trump continues to say connections with Russsia had nothing
to do with helping him win the presidency. Trump apparenly is planning
to get rid of the atterney general. Possibly to stop all investigations
of him and his campaign. Or to render them impudent.

Trumps son n law was in a senate committe today. According to a senator
who was there the man was answering questions in a way to keep his
answers so it would be almost impossible to say he wasn't being truthful. Kind
of like a politician.

It seems everyone connected to the Trump camplaign had memory loss for
meetings with Russians untill they were reminded by the press. I could
understand where someone might forget if he/she had met with many
foreign dimplomats during the same time. I understand they didn't
meet with anyone except Russians. So to me it's just more lame
excuses trying to keep them selves and Trump out of trouble.

No one in past presidential campaigns has had this much trouble with
remembering such things.

Trump and company can continue telling lies and breaking their oath
to keep the constitution as long as those responsible to enforce
these rules refuse to hole them accountable.

Untill Trumps supporters take the time to see what Trump is doing
instead of listening to fake news from the far right. I fear little
will be done to correct it.

Trump should be ashamed the way he talked to the Boy Scouts. Making
an adult style political speech to kids of all people. is he thinking
some of them will be voters by 2020? Who can say with Trump. He should
have been telling them to be good citizens not Trump supporters.

The senators will be voting to debate the GOP plan to get rid of the
ACA again, with no replacement. Attention Trump supporters, your man
said he would make sure the GOP passes a health plan for everyone that
was lower in cost. You keep saying he is doing a good job. How about
his health care promise? The senate needs 50 votes to put the bill up
for debate. So Arizona senator Mc cain is coming back after surgery
hoping to get the votes. I think it's discusting for them to ignore
the people who didn't vote for the GOP. Health care is about everybody,
not just republicans. If it only affected the GOP it would be ok, but
this affects everyone. I bet Mc Cain keeps his government funded health
care, along with the other senators, representatives, and Trump.

This debate thing is just an excuse to get the bill on the senate floor.
The senate leader plans to call for a vote to remove any amendments
at the end of the debate. Then vote to repeal the ACA with NO replacement.
If successful they will use the savings they got by cutting medicaid to
cut taxes for the richest americans. To hear them this will create Jobs
Jobs Jobs. Sure when pigs fly. It will just make richer billionairs, and
few if any Jobs while thousands suffer and die for lack of health care.

In my own state of Missouri people elected a GOP govenor who is cutting
social programs so he can keep from raising taxes. Thousands of people
needing rest home care are at risk of being ejected because the
govenor refused to sign a bill that would have protected these people.
Seems in some cases the GOP will stop at nothing to save their rich
friends a dollar. I didn't vote for him, and proud to say so.

news forum / Re: Linkin Park's Chester Bennington has died at 41
« Last post by Old Rabbit on July 25, 2017, 08:30:52 am »
Mental heath issues like other ailments or disabilities that don't stand out
get less attention by the public at large. Mental issues need to be addressed
as it can cause people to not only be dangerous to them selves, but to  others
as well.

The stigma associated with mental deases prevents many people from getting
the attention they need.

I think most suicides and murders are by people who need physiological attention, but
society seems to  ignore their cries for help. Jail or prison does  nothing to help them.
We need to return to  institutioinal care, not like those of the past, but humane treatment
for those who need it, and clinics for those who can manage on their own.

traditional and digital artwork / Re: Holt5's Artwork
« Last post by Holt5 on July 25, 2017, 03:29:22 am »
The drawing turned out well. I like your shading. Good shading
always gives a drawing depth and brings out the details. :orbunny:

Thank ye kindly, good sir!

Some fan art from the comic "Beyond the Western Deep".
word games / Re: Music...In my pants...
« Last post by Michen_S on July 25, 2017, 12:54:48 am »
A new hour in my pants...
news forum / Re: Linkin Park's Chester Bennington has died at 41
« Last post by Loc on July 24, 2017, 03:57:43 pm »
Sadly, until countries develop better mental health care and the massive stigmas surrounding depression and other mental illnesses are stamped out, suicides will keep happening.
news forum / Linkin Park's Chester Bennington has died at 41
« Last post by Storm Fox on July 24, 2017, 03:18:22 pm »
news forum / Re: Trump the GOP and Democrats. A new path or more of the same.
« Last post by Old Rabbit on July 24, 2017, 09:30:36 am »
Trump day 185
Our man Trump is still giving his atterney general a hard time. If he doesn't like
his work, why not fire him?  I think he wants him to  resign to keep him self from
looking like the bad guy.

Trump and the GOP are trying to twist the Russian connection to H. Clinton and the
democrats. Now isn't that interesting since it's he and his people who are talking
to the Russians. Trump has been borrowing money from Russia, selling to Russian
oligarchs. It has been found the oligarchs are involved in money laundering, so did
Trump get his hands dirty washing their money? Perhaps that's what Trump is worried
about. Trump and his people have claimed they had no meetings with Russia untill it
was found out. This asked the question why hide this fact?

Trumps son n law claims it wa staff that caused his security clearence form to be
wrong or lack data.  I really doubt if he signs anything without reading it first. So to
me this is a lame excuse.

During his campaign Trump mused he could shoot someone and not loose votes. Now
he is checking to see if he can pardon his self. If this was allowed, in theory Trump could
order the military to give him a fully automatic machine gun. Then use it to kill his staff
Turn around and pardon his self to get away with murder. Now I know this is taking it to
the extreme, but it shows why letting any president pardon his self is wrong.

The GOP continues to try to cover for Trump and his people. I really don't know
why they worry about Trump. The VP would likely sign their dirty bills into law as
well. Still they put the hearing with Trumps son and son n law in a closed meeting
when it was reported to be an open one in the beginning. Did Trump push for a closed
meeting? If so why? Is he afraid the public might hear something bad about him, or
some deal he has done? Only Trump or the GOP can say.
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