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  RIP Ray Liotta
Posted by: Hightop77 - 1 hour ago - Forum: ZigbeeNutHouse List of topics for discussion - Replies (2)

Dead at 67.

https://www.yahoo.com/entertainment/ray-...52006.html

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  The Republican wave is building fast
Posted by: P1tchblack - 3 hours ago - Forum: ZigbeeNutHouse List of topics for discussion - Replies (2)

With just over five months before the 2022 midterm elections, it's becoming more and more clear that a Republican wave is building out in the country.


On Thursday, the Cook Political Report with Amy Walter, a nonpartisan handicapping service, moved 10 of its House race ratings in favor of Republicans and adjusted its predictions of GOP gains in the fall upward to between 20 and 35 seats.

"Given that President Biden's job approval is underwater in dozens of districts he carried in 2020, any Democrat sitting in a single-digit Biden seat (or a Trump seat) is at severe risk and even a few in seats Biden carried by 10 to 15 points could lose — particularly in 'orphan' states without competitive statewide races driving turnout," wrote David Wasserman.

The Cook Political Report now has 35 Democratic seats in its "toss-up" category or worse. It has only 10 Republican seats in those same positions.

That's in keeping with how other political handicapping outlets are assessing the current political moment.

"While Biden's poor standing sets the stage for a national election with down ballot consequences, Democrats will try to run dozens of individual races in which their battle-tested incumbents can weather the storm by discrediting GOP candidates," wrote Nathan Gonzales and Jacob Rubashkin in a recent edition of their Inside Elections newsletter. "Some Democrats are currently running ahead of Biden's job rating but that isn't sustainable on a broad scale as voters focus on races and realize control of Washington is at stake. Democratic survivors in competitive districts will be the exception rather than the rule."

The confluence of these prognostications are built on several historical trends that have been predictive over decades.

The first is that midterm elections tend to be bad for the president's party. Since World War II, the average seat loss for a president's party in the midterms is 26.

That trend is exacerbated when the president is unpopular -- as defined by having an approval rating under 50%. As Gallup noted in 2018:

"The president's party almost always suffers a net loss of U.S. House seats in midterm elections. However, losses tend to be much steeper when the president is unpopular. In Gallup's polling history, presidents with job approval ratings below 50% have seen their party lose 37 House seats, on average, in midterm elections. That compares with an average loss of 14 seats when presidents had approval ratings above 50%."

Biden's approval rating sits at 41% in the most recent Gallup survey and has not been higher than 43% since August 2021.

The second predictor of gains and losses in a midterm is the so-called generic ballot question. (Wording varies poll by poll but, generally speaking, the question asks whether you would vote for the Republican or Democratic candidate for House if the election were held today.)

The generic ballot tends to favor Democrats -- marginally -- in a neutral political year. (Much more on the "why" of that here.) A recent national poll from Quinnipiac University showed Republicans with a four-point edge on the generic ballot.

The reality of this current political moment is that things appear to be getting worse for Democrats the closer we get to the election. Fears of a wave washing away even incumbents previously considered safe now seem entirely justified.


https://www.cnn.com/2022/05/26/politics/...index.html

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  Power Line Mid Week Monkey Pox
Posted by: TcSoup - Yesterday, 02:37 PM - Forum: ZigbeeNutHouse List of topics for discussion - Replies (9)

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  Beto called a "sick SOB" on live TV
Posted by: maize - Yesterday, 02:21 PM - Forum: ZigbeeNutHouse List of topics for discussion - Replies (23)

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What a douche.

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  Arby's JUST MADE MY DAY!!!!!!!!!!! SWEET!!!!!!!!
Posted by: zigbee - Yesterday, 11:17 AM - Forum: ZigbeeNutHouse List of topics for discussion - Replies (18)

Arby’s offers Wagyu burger for first time in chain’s history

Arby’s Wagyu Steakhouse Burger is available for a limited time

Arby’s is adding a new kind of meat to its menu.

The fast food chain – best known for its roast beef sandwiches – recently revealed that it will be offering a burger for the first time in its history.

On Monday, the new Wagyu Steakhouse Burger patty was available online on Arby’s Limited Time menu on two new menu items: the Deluxe Wagyu Steakhouse Burger and the Bacon Ranch Wagyu Steakhouse Burger
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Both menu items can be ordered on their own, or as part of a combo meal.



The deluxe burger is made with a Wagyu steakhouse burger patty, American cheese, lettuce, pickles, red onion, tomato and burger sauce on a toasted brioche bun, according to the Arby’s website.



Meanwhile, the bacon ranch version is made with the same Wagyu patty, along with bacon, American cheese, lettuce, pickles, red onion, tomato and Parmesan peppercorn ranch on a brioche bun, the website said.

According to the Arby’s website, the patties are made with a blend of Wagyu and ground beef.

"Instead of focusing on making billions of mediocre burgers, we’re taking a stance on high-quality meat that deserves to be cooked properly," Patrick Schwing, Arby's chief marketing officer said in a statement.

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For the first time in the brand's history, Arby's will be offering a burger on its menu for a limited time. (iStock)

"As the meat experts, we’ve spent over two years of dedicated research and development to deliver a premium burger that redefines what’s possible from a drive thru," Schwing added.



The new burgers are available from May 23 through July 31 while supplies last, according to a press release provided to FOX Business. Prices start at $5.99 and vary based on location, the release said.

"There are too many bad burgers out there," a description of the new burger says on the Arby’s website. "That's why Arby's created THIS burger with wagyu beef, cooked medium-well with a hint of pink."

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  Free outdoor Wi-Fi in Louisville ...
Posted by: Hightop77 - Yesterday, 11:07 AM - Forum: ZigbeeNutHouse List of topics for discussion - Replies (43)

... for blacks.

$400,000 grant will fund free outdoor Wi-Fi for Louisville's Russell neighborhood


LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Spectrum has installed 24 Wi-Fi access points "at strategically chosen locations" throughout the Russell neighborhood. Now residents in outdoor spaces in Baxter Square Park, Beecher Terrace, and other parts of Russell will be able to connect to free Wi-Fi while outdoors.

"It'll be great, I love it, I think it's a great idea," said Dedra Gunn, who lives in Russell. "Stuff is going up [in price] and people do work... and everybody can't afford food, Wi-Fi, rent."

The Wi-Fi program is funded through a $400,000 Choice Neighborhoods Implementation grant awarded to the city through the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development. It's part of Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer's 12-year effort to boost digital inclusion, according to a news release.


full story ...

https://www.wdrb.com/news/business/400-0...78b7d.html

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  To whom is Jesus referring to?
Posted by: K9Buck - Yesterday, 10:52 AM - Forum: God, the Bible, and Christian discussion forum - Replies (1)

John 10:16
English Standard Version
16 And (A)I have other sheep that are not of this fold. (B)I must bring them also, and ©they will listen to my voice. So there will be (D)one flock, (E)one shepherd.

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  Picture worth a 1000 words
Posted by: Bucktastic1 - Yesterday, 05:21 AM - Forum: ZigbeeNutHouse List of topics for discussion - Replies (6)

Best caption wins....and go!



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  Charlie Kirk says universities are cesspools and a waste of time and money
Posted by: K9Buck - Yesterday, 03:59 AM - Forum: ZigbeeNutHouse List of topics for discussion - Replies (12)

Thoughts?  

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  Court says "insurrectionists" can be BANNED from running for office
Posted by: K9Buck - 05-24-2022, 09:58 PM - Forum: ZigbeeNutHouse List of topics for discussion - Replies (19)

Off the top I think this is insane.  Am I missing something?

"Insurrectionists May Be Barred From Office, Court Rules (2)" https://news.bloomberglaw.com/us-law-wee...ourt-rules

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