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QTronics Scorpius with trackball
« on: Sat, 19 May 2018, 09:08:26 »
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Warren had a plan for everything. Bernie has a plan for nothing, or vague ones in a briefing book somewhere. If you have a question, she has an answer and if you waited long enough after a speech, she held office hours where she would explain the finer points of restructuring institutions holding working people down – a health care system that bankrupted them, college costs that crippled them, and banks that exploited them.
By the fall, after hundreds of lectures, rallies attracting 10,000 roaring fans, and stellar performances at debates, she was a front runner. It didn’t last. When everyone was yelling last fall for a price tag for Medicare for All, Warren, the A student, stepped up and offered one. That bought breathing room for Sanders, who still hasn’t. And Warren suggested there would be a transition period before anyone’s private insurance would be taken away. That was heresy to purists but not enough reassurance to moderates to keep her from sinking in the polls.
– Margaret Carlson 2020–03–09

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Re: QTronics Scorpius with trackball
« Reply #1 on: Thu, 31 May 2018, 19:14:56 »
Why is there no way to close a thread like this or mark it "Sold"?
Warren had a plan for everything. Bernie has a plan for nothing, or vague ones in a briefing book somewhere. If you have a question, she has an answer and if you waited long enough after a speech, she held office hours where she would explain the finer points of restructuring institutions holding working people down – a health care system that bankrupted them, college costs that crippled them, and banks that exploited them.
By the fall, after hundreds of lectures, rallies attracting 10,000 roaring fans, and stellar performances at debates, she was a front runner. It didn’t last. When everyone was yelling last fall for a price tag for Medicare for All, Warren, the A student, stepped up and offered one. That bought breathing room for Sanders, who still hasn’t. And Warren suggested there would be a transition period before anyone’s private insurance would be taken away. That was heresy to purists but not enough reassurance to moderates to keep her from sinking in the polls.
– Margaret Carlson 2020–03–09

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Re: QTronics Scorpius with trackball
« Reply #2 on: Thu, 31 May 2018, 19:18:57 »
Why is there no way to close a thread like this or mark it "Sold"?
You can change the title and add [SOLD] in front of the item name and lock the thread.

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[SOLD] QTronics Scorpius with trackball
« Reply #3 on: Sat, 02 June 2018, 16:58:05 »
How?

I don't see options for either of those, for the OP. I suppose I could alter the title now for going forward.
Warren had a plan for everything. Bernie has a plan for nothing, or vague ones in a briefing book somewhere. If you have a question, she has an answer and if you waited long enough after a speech, she held office hours where she would explain the finer points of restructuring institutions holding working people down – a health care system that bankrupted them, college costs that crippled them, and banks that exploited them.
By the fall, after hundreds of lectures, rallies attracting 10,000 roaring fans, and stellar performances at debates, she was a front runner. It didn’t last. When everyone was yelling last fall for a price tag for Medicare for All, Warren, the A student, stepped up and offered one. That bought breathing room for Sanders, who still hasn’t. And Warren suggested there would be a transition period before anyone’s private insurance would be taken away. That was heresy to purists but not enough reassurance to moderates to keep her from sinking in the polls.
– Margaret Carlson 2020–03–09