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  • Ingomike

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    So we now have to censor the truth because people might not like it?
    Sadly, yes we do. A republican has enough battles to fight without creating one in this pet worshiping obsessed world.

    It's a normal thing to do what she did. If one of my dogs went and killed my neighbors chickens I'd have to pay for that and kill the dog.
    Not normal to the masses today. They have no idea the codes folks live by that truly are rural farm type folks.
     

    BehindBlueI's

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    I'd leave that question to the local expert.
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    Without sorting through this thread, I understand the question to be are most fentanyl deaths from people voluntarily using illicit drugs? Yes. The "hot shot" or intentionally murdering someone via an intentional overdose is almost entirely within the realm of families in denial about their loved ones' ongoing drug use and urban legend. I won't say "never", but I've yet to see such a case proven even to the level of probable cause.
     

    TheGrumpyGuy

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    Too close for comfort

    rhamersley

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    It did?
    I'm not seeing it at the pump, or grocery stores around here
    That's because they don't include that icky stuff like food and gas in the inflation calculation in many cases. Figures don't lie, but liars do figure like my grandmother used to say...
     

    HoughMade

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    It did?
    I'm not seeing it at the pump, or grocery stores around here
    Inflation falling isn't deflation. Deflation is what happens when prices drop. "Falling inflation" means that prices continue to rise, but at a slower rate.

    So, inflation being +3.6% and going to +3.5% is "falling inflation"
     

    rhamersley

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    Inflation falling isn't deflation. Deflation is what happens when prices drop. "Falling inflation" means that prices continue to rise, but at a slower rate.

    So, inflation being +3.6% and going to +3.5% is "falling inflation"
    That's like when the government only spends 2.5 billion instead of 3 billion it's called a "budget cut".
     

    BehindBlueI's

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    The language used by economists is counterintuitive on purpose. If they just talked like normal people, we'd all recognize that they really don't do much.

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