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Michael Eastes

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  • Birthday 02/21/1952

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    People's Republic of Oregon
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    God in His universe/amateur theology, my family, history, bass guitar, painting military miniatures,etc.

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  1. Thanks for the info, folks. Much appreciated.
  2. There is/was an expansion called ParaLeader. I have the units for it, but can’t find the rules, which were in an issue of The General , iirc. Does anyone here know where to find it? A friend and I have been playing it again, and we did the entire 1940 variant, and are working our way through the rest of the war now. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  3. If more of the Alaskans were like C. K. Sargent, it probably wouldn’t have been a big issue. He was pretty egalitarian, and I suspect that Finns were his kind of people. Booze, guns, and tradition.
  4. I just keep turning up; can’t help myself…
  5. Definitely Venus. In blue jeans. Dead Cthulhu with a ponytail.
  6. We lost one of our own today. RIP Jeff.
  7. So sorry to see this, too late. Godspeed, Jeff. You were always one of the good guys.
  8. The same to you, with stars on it. Trump got more votes than any other incumbent in our history. He packed rallies nationwide, while Biden hid in his basement. Biden ran the weakest presidential campaign ever, and yet got more votes than Obama? It’s coincidental, I suppose, that for the first time in my lifetime, the voting count was stopped, with one candidate well ahead, and then when it restarted, thousands of votes for the other candidate had been found, and only in the swing states? The fix was clearly in, as noted in the Time magazine article. Time is hardly a conservative source. Don’t p—- on my leg and tell me that it’s raining. Too many people stood to lose if Trump was re-elected, on both sides of the swamp; hence the continuing pursuit of him, even after he was removed from office.
  9. We’ve been beyond that point for a long time. And I was once a cheerleader for The Left (tm).
  10. That helps to explain Mattis, somewhat.
  11. I was never a regular listener, although I grew to agree with him on quite a bit. He changed the talk radio game, for sure.
  12. I defended a nurse who had a history of being problematic. As steward, that was what was expected of me, and although I had some personal knowledge of her screwups, I worked out a deal that kept her job, as the union wanted. A couple of months later, she killed a patient through negligence. I believe that I own part of that death. As liberal as I was at the time, SEIU’s political stances were too much for me. My experience with them is part of how I converted to conservativism.
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