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978767 BillMcneal : id est
978768 PauLa : it is not that bad been in silence
978769 BillMcneal : it's like meditating but without all the oriental additives
978770 PauLa : few users
978771 PauLa : we´re "orientales" as well, so we have our own additives
978772 BillMcneal : haha true
978773 BillMcneal : we're occipitals
978775 BillMcneal : the new york times endorsed two women for running against trump
978776 BillMcneal : warren (whom i haven't heard many good things about) and klobuchar, whom i don't even know
978777 BillMcneal : i think trump will win again
978778 PauLa : nor me
978779 PauLa : today is the day
978780 PauLa : me too
978781 BillMcneal : what day
978782 PauLa : the day the impeachment will begin
978783 BillMcneal : ohhh right
978784 BillMcneal : will it all be a circus? the senate is republican
978785 PauLa : I don´t really know, citizens like what Trump is doing
978786 PauLa : the senate is democrat I think
978787 BillMcneal : if nobody likes what he's doing then why will he win again :P
978788 BillMcneal : funny... you don't have to be good to win something, you just have to compete against people nobody will trust at all
978789 BillMcneal : and it takes some very special people to be trusted less than trump
978790 PauLa : weird but true
978791 BillMcneal : reminds me of our 2011 elections when mrs K won by a landslide; no opposition
978792 PauLa : the famous american dream
978793 BillMcneal : i'm gonna pursue the uruguayan dream now
978794 BillMcneal : i'm one of the chosen 100 000!
978795 BillMcneal : well, not really, but i can dream
978796 PauLa : go on dreaming, we will waiting you
978797 PauLa : life is not that easy in here, as you can suspect
978798 BillMcneal : it's certainly not any colder
978799 BillMcneal : so...
978800 BillMcneal : any offers from greenland? i'll take it
978801 PauLa : policeman?
978803 BillMcneal : no way
978804 PauLa : it is a joke
978805 PauLa : they are been killed like flies
978806 BillMcneal : policemen don't laugh (?)
978807 BillMcneal : at least your country doesn't have a drug mecca like rosario, it's gone to waste in just a matter of years
978808 PauLa : if they do it, a bullet can go though their mouths
978810 PauLa : really? Rosario?
978811 BillMcneal : do they have taser guns there?
978813 PauLa : what´s a taser?
978814 BillMcneal : the electric ones
978815 PauLa : nope, I didn´t know those exist
978816 BillMcneal : :O
978817 BillMcneal : well, instead of bullets they shoot a pair of wires
978818 PauLa : if you want to be a leader just enter into narcos bands
978819 BillMcneal : and are less lethal (technically, and normally, not lethal at all)
978820 PauLa : you´re rich jaja we haven´t that
978821 BillMcneal : but there's always someone who doesn't want the police using them, so we're back to the police never doing anything
978822 PauLa : here the police do nothing because the Ministro says NO
978823 BillMcneal : no, they're not expensive, i'd argue they're even cheaper than bullets, since killing a person triggers a really expensive process you're very familiar with
978824 BillMcneal : right, same here
978825 PauLa : entiendo eso en época de elecciones para conseguir votos
978826 PauLa : pero la inacción causa la muerte de los ciudadanos comunes o la de los propios policias
978827 PauLa : how have you been?
978828 BillMcneal : there's obviously no interest in solving the problem, it'd require investing in education and stable economic plans, and they aren't in it for that
978829 BillMcneal : fine, sleeping on the floor obviously, you?
978830 PauLa : complicated with my tooth
978831 PauLa : yesterday was too hot, I didn´t go away from home
978832 BillMcneal : what's wrong with your tooth? you've been dealing with that for months now
978833 BillMcneal : yes, it was hellishly hot
978835 BillMcneal : i worked out today and it was awful
978836 PauLa : mala praxis maybe
978837 PauLa : I can watch a lot of dark clouds now, so praying to Allah
978839 BillMcneal : they said there was going to be a storm here... no storm
978840 BillMcneal : i'm a better weatherman than these people
978841 BillMcneal : did you go to a different dentist?
978844 BillMcneal : maybe you should, get a second opinion
978845 PauLa : yes, but I have to pay again
978846 BillMcneal : what happened exactly?
978847 BillMcneal : conducto?
978848 BillMcneal : a friend of mine got one of those recently and he had to go back because something fell off (!)
978849 BillMcneal : but he went to a different doctor
978850 BillMcneal : although yours should do it for free
978851 BillMcneal : norah pray for paula's teeth
978852 BillMcneal : do your thang
978853 BillMcneal : i feel so alone, gonna end up a big ole pile of dem bones
978855 PauLa : gracias ahora mi compu kaput
978856 BillMcneal : too hot even for semiconductors
978857 BillMcneal : i fear for my wifi router
978858 BillMcneal : it's got to be on all day long
978859 BillMcneal : or we can't use the phone
978860 PauLa : did you buy a new phone?
978862 BillMcneal : the phone company replaced our old wires and installed optical fiber
978863 PauLa : recién?
978864 BillMcneal : it's common technology nowadays but it kinda sucks, we can't make or receive calls without electricity
978865 BillMcneal : no no, months ago
978866 BillMcneal : but i have to keep this little box on, all day long
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