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12:56 AM
Letter to the american public from ICE (this is, technically correct, however, ICE agents may not enter a private residence without a judicial warrant, or permission, which may legally be denied)
they can't just kick down your door
the main thing they rely on is confusing people about their rights when in reality the main thing that allows them in is you opening the door or responding "yes" to "may we come in"
or claiming that they have a warrant compelling you to open the door when in reality they just have a piece of paper that says "I can do what I want"
 
1:12 AM
It also helps that they can just sit there until they get bored effectively making you a prisoner inside your own home and people might crack under that pressure
Anyway dismantle ICE
 
@TimStone good thing we have phones and video games
play games until it's unbearable and then stream to Facebook
 
 
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11:07 AM
The Guardian: Johnson to tell Juncker: ‘I won’t discuss Brexit extension beyond 31 October’.
https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/sep/15/johnson-to-defy-benn-bill-quit-31-october-come-what-may
 
11:39 AM
@Wipqozn quite sure he has to now. if i recall parliament passed legislation to force him to
ofcause he can ignore it but i think that'll going to cause even more problems
 
 
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Kind of confusing because even in the best case "person who sits in airport" over "child imprisoner" I'm not sure where they would get the impression that people liked what they do
"Ah yes I thoroughly enjoy being interrogated at the airport and maybe having my electronics searched without a warrant due to your broad discretionary powers, my heroes"
 
3:41 PM
hi @ash
> “Play the radio, make sure the television — excuse me, make sure you have the record player on at night, the — the — make sure that kids hear words.”
If you want some meaningless punditry, the WP has ranked the candidates again
 
4:12 PM
@TimStone the "electronics searched without a warrant" thing is why I'd rather not go to the USA anytime soon
 
4:25 PM
just uninstall twitter and say that you don't use twitter
 
 
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8:21 PM
CBC News: Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer promises a 'universal tax credit' if elected.
https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/conservative-leader-andrew-scheer-universal-tax-credit-1.5284500
> Based on the party's calculations, the average single taxpayer would save about $444 a year. A two-income couple earning an average salary would save about $850 a year.
 
@Wipqozn Wouldn't this be considered buying votes?
 
 
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9:33 PM
Oh, I didn't realise people were completely skeptical of Biden's Corn Pop story, but it's definitely not completely invented, just wild
 
 
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10:51 PM
@Nzall No?
It's a tax cut, essentially. Or just another tax credit.
 
 
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11:52 PM
@Wipqozn so like, buying votes, but not actually having to pay for it? :P
 
Ash
@Wipqozn sigh
 

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