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Offline JP

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[SOLD] NOS AFFIRMATIVE Unicomp Model M122 - $100
« on: Fri, 11 September 2020, 15:33:53 »
Seems like a great buy. Nice blue sublegends as well. Since I had this in my watchlist this seller even offered me a 20% discount but I don't need this one.
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Re: NOS AFFIRMATIVE Unicomp Model M122 - $100
« Reply #1 on: Fri, 11 September 2020, 16:16:42 »
A complete set of F1-to F-24 is not common either.
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We are still a democracy, but the things that make us a democracy are themselves under attack. International IDEA is blunt in pinning the blame where it belongs, calling Donald Trump's attacks on the legitimacy of the 2020 presidential election "a historic turning point." The Guardian quotes International IDEA Secretary General Kevin Casas-Zamora as he notes that "the increasing tendency to contest credible election results, the efforts to suppress participation (in elections), and the runaway polarization" are among the "most concerning developments," and that Trump's attempted nullification of the election with false claims of fraud “was soon replicated, in different ways, in places as diverse as Myanmar, Peru and Israel."
- The Guardian 2021-11-22