Jetty Jumper

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  1. Double dipping while other's only get one,I am for ice cream equity.
  2. A squaw would never speak with forked tongue.
  3. The AG is acting as Trump's attorney. "2020 presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) said Barr was acting as if he were President Donald Trump’s “personal attorney.” “It's a disgrace to see an Attorney General acting as if he's the personal attorney and publicist for the President of the United States,” Warren tweeted." "Attorney General Bill Barr only released this redacted report after providing a copy to the president’s personal lawyers, and after he gave a press conference on national television filled with political spin and propaganda. Let’s be clear: Barr is acting more like Trump’s defense attorney than the nation’s Attorney General," Harris said.
  4. The redacted part of the Mueller report listed the crimes.
  5. 9 MM is a good choice,I would try going to several ranges that rent guns so she can fire different guns. I like Glocks but some don't like how they feel in the hand,I think liking the feel of the gun is important in a first gun. Would she be better off with a manual safety like the 1911 pattern? If she decides she wants a revolver S&W makes an 8 shot .357,.38 special would be mild recoil,if she wants to move up to full .357 later she can. If she goes with an auto have her practice some failure drills. It's cool she is willing to get a gun,even if she starts with a .22 it's a start,though I think 9 MM is a sweet spot for power/recoil/report/muzzle blast/self defense/cost of ammo. I don't know your level of shooting or hers,I like starting out new shooters at 10 feet.It gives good feed back,they can correct their aim pretty quickly.I know 25 yds is standard,but for home self defense being deadly at 10m feet is more important.IMO. Is she interested in a laser? I am getting on in years,my eyes don't focus as fast as they used to upon waking up,I have a laser on a J frame in the bedroom.
  6. It's to bad Barack was busy writing his book,he could have jetted down under and made a pitch for the green deal like he did for Brexit.
  7. If the MSM was not complicit with the Dems they would have to justify their statements.
  8. You could have a gas fire on a school night.
  9. I just watched a clip,who knew Halle was a martial arts master?
  10. I hope to see some good gun handling and realistic fight scenes in the upcoming Wick movie. I don't like it when it gets too over the top,hopefully they will tone the next one down a bit.When the star is doing things Jerry Miculek or Chuck Norris can't do it gets boring.
  11. American citizens commit crimes too!
  12. It looks like the folks that use binary identifications,in this case women, may be getting a raise. Men Paid More Than Women in Kamala Harris’s Senate Office and Campaign Under Harris plan, companies would face major fines for even a 1% pay gap BY: Brent Scher May 21, 2019 10:15 am A new plan from Sen. Kamala Harris (D., Calif.) to eliminate the gender pay gap would fine companies if they are unable to prove they're paying men and women equally, something Harris isn't currently achieving in either her official office or on her campaign, a Washington Free Beacon analysis found. The policy proposal from Harris mandates large companies to obtain an "equal pay certification" by showing they are paying men and women equally. Companies would be fined 1 percent of their daily profits for every 1 percent of a gender pay gap that exists, unless they could prove the gap could be explained by other factors, such as experience or performance. The California senator and presidential contender has some explaining to do. Analysis found men were paid a higher median salary than women both in Harris's Senate office and on her campaign. In her Senate office's most recent six-month disclosure, covering the period from April 1, 2018, through Sept. 31, 2018, the median male salary disbursement was $34,999 and the median female salary disbursement was $32,999, leaving women with just 94 cents of every dollar paid to men. The gender pay gap for the previous six-month period, during which the median male salary was $27,167 and the median female salary was $25,749.97, was a nearly identical 6 percent. The pay gap was even greater during the first full month of Harris's presidential campaign in February—the median female salary disbursement for the month, $5,763.97, was about 87 percent of the median male salary disbursement, $6,632.23, a further analysis of her campaign filing found. The Harris campaign came closer to gender pay equality in March, when the median female disbursement was about 95 percent of the median male disbursement. As with previous Free Beacon gender pay gap investigations on politicians such as two-time failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and current presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren, only staffers employed for the entirety of the pay periods were included in the calculations. It is unclear based on the available information whether men and women were paid equally for equal work—both Senate offices and campaign are required only to disclose how much money is disbursed to individuals, not details such as annual salaries or hours worked. A spokesman for Harris's campaign did not respond to a request for comment on the gender pay gaps in her Senate office and on her campaign, and whether either would be granted "equal pay certification" under her proposed system. In her proposal, the burden would be on companies to prove they are not discriminating based on gender. "For too long, we've put the burden entirely on workers to hold corporations accountable for pay discrimination," her website explains. "We've let corporations hide their wage gaps, but forced women to stand up in court just to get the pay they've earned. It's time to flip the script and finally hold corporations accountable for pay inequality in America." Harris called her plan "the most aggressive equal pay proposal in history."
  13. Yep,that is what I was thinking as well,CC is social engineering.