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There are a variety of other ongoing investigations into Crooked Donnie.


Sure are.  But the big one was a bust.  The others have to wait until Trump is out the White House to proceed, if there is even enough to act on.  And then if Dems take the White House and go after Trump, that will be an electoral gift to Republicans later on.  The biggest bonus of Dems pursuing politically motivated prosecutions of their political opponents is that the US could and hopefully will descend into an all out slugfest with both parties pursuing their opponents when the executive branch changes hands.  The possibilities for paralysis are breathtaking.


My error was in not using quotation marks


Your error is in not knowing what you are writing about.
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You contradict yourself.  You wrote "[w]e have no idea what is in it" and now this.  Words is hard.

Hopefully, this upcoming week provides enough information that you cannot possibly understand with your musicological understanding of the law so that you continue to live in your fantasy world.  You appear to be quite comfy there.

Summaries can be accurate, pertinent, well-conceived or not. My error was in not using quotation marks, as in: "A Summary of Key Findings." Very few in either party are content with a summary, which is why there is bi-partisan support for making the report public. Then we will know what is in it and to what extent that is reflected in the summary.
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Of course it is.  It's a humiliating political defeat for Dems.  Dems will do their best to posture and misrepresent what happened, but after more than two years of drivel about collusion with Russia, it did end up being a nothingburger, and there are literally millions of worthless words available online demonstrating that fact.  Trump was right all along.  And now he has a nifty election issue.  I sincerely hope Dems are stupid enough to pursue obstruction seriously.  There is a very good chance that they are that stupid.

There are a variety of other ongoing investigations into Crooked Donnie.
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General Classical Music Discussion / Re: What are you listening to now?
« Last post by Ken B on Today at 06:20:43 PM »
Beethoven, sonatas 4-7, Yves Nat.

I found a better album cover than the last time  :P


I'm holding out for Yvess Nat.
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It might for those unburdened by imagination and curiosity. It is a summary of key findings. Key is subjective.


You contradict yourself.  You wrote "[w]e have no idea what is in it" and now this.  Words is hard.

Hopefully, this upcoming week provides enough information that you cannot possibly understand with your musicological understanding of the law so that you continue to live in your fantasy world.  You appear to be quite comfy there.

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Of course we do.  The Attorney General wrote a summary.  That provides a very good idea of what is in it.

It might for those unburdened by imagination and curiosity. It is a summary of key findings. Key is subjective. 
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General Classical Music Discussion / Re: What are you listening to now?
« Last post by André on Today at 06:06:39 PM »
Beethoven, sonatas 4-7, Yves Nat.

I found a better album cover than the last time  :P

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I’m going to wait to see what is actually written in the report


Good for you.  That is meaningless.


We have no idea what is in it.


Of course we do.  The Attorney General wrote a summary.  That provides a very good idea of what is in it.
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General Classical Music Discussion / Re: What are you listening to now?
« Last post by Ken B on Today at 05:56:42 PM »
Beethoven
String Quartets 4-6
Emerson Quartet
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Of course it is.  It's a humiliating political defeat for Dems.  Dems will do their best to posture and misrepresent what happened, but after more than two years of drivel about collusion with Russia, it did end up being a nothingburger, and there are literally millions of worthless words available online demonstrating that fact.  Trump was right all along.  And now he has a nifty election issue.  I sincerely hope Dems are stupid enough to pursue obstruction seriously.  There is a very good chance that they are that stupid.

I’m going to wait to see what is actually written in the report, assuming that happens, before trying to predict what its overall impact and significance will be. We have no idea what is in it. It will be interesting to see if matters not yet public have been referred to other authorities for investigation. 
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