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    Quote Originally Posted by crazy View Post
    If everything works out it could be mid springtime.. Might take it that long to get the rv thawed out.. With all those beer choices I might look for a house in your neighborhood..
    My neighborhood is mostly retired blue collar vets. We all have refrigerators in the garage supposedly, contrary to my wife, JUST for beverages. There are even a few right leaning fellas here. It took a while for the guy across the street to forgive me for my having a Biden sign on my lawn. He said it pissed him off having to look at it every time he walked out the door.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2631 View Post
    That depends on what you consider good beer. I have a very social neighborhood. The guys usually make 1 or 2 pit stops during our walks. I always stock Bud, Bud Lite, Michelob Ultra, Coors Lite, Modelo, and PBR. For my PA friends I have Yuengling, and Rolling Rock. For the ladies I have that White Claw, Mike's and an assortment of wines and liquors...............Let me know when you're coming down and I'll be sure to have what you drink in the fridge.
    Don't tell me PA retirees moved to that state. You've got to be kidding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2631 View Post
    My neighborhood is mostly retired blue collar vets. We all have refrigerators in the garage supposedly, contrary to my wife, JUST for beverages. There are even a few right leaning fellas here. It took a while for the guy across the street to forgive me for my having a Biden sign on my lawn. He said it pissed him off having to look at it every time he walked out the door.
    Watch out for the roaming packs of wild dogs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slavenomore View Post
    Don't tell me PA retirees moved to that state. You've got to be kidding.
    Just in my town there are 4 Steelers and 2 Eagles bars that I know of. They sell a lot of Yuengling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2631 View Post
    Just in my town there are 4 Steelers and 2 Eagles bars that I know of. They sell a lot of Yuengling.
    They must've drank too much of it to move down there.
    Or does it keep them there?
    I don't think the Schmidt's drinkers would have moved there and stayed.
    I'm sorry. You know my thoughts on that state.
    They still vote for Linsey Graham...so they're probably never gonna think right.
    Last edited by slavenomore; 02-20-2021 at 07:06 PM.

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    From a facebook post

    Missouri - Kansas City Committee to Protect Pensions
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    IMPORTANT MESSSAGE FROM THE NUCPP
    IT IS TIME TO FINISH THIS FIGHT TO SAVE OUR PENSIONS
    ***************
    Pension Warriors, PLEASE SHARE
    We are entering a critical two week period. This is when we all need to make a choice. Are we going to get caught up in the diversion and twisted lies that we may see on Facebook or receive by email or phone, OR Are we going to do what we came to do - and that is to SAVE OUR PENSIONS?
    The NUCPP, which has been fighting to save your pensions for 8+ years, could give many rebuttals about what you read on social media. And that would be justified because it is personal to so many of us who have been fighting night and day even as the MPRA was lobbied for by some that we know, and we have fought even harder since the MPRA was passed. You know us, as we’ve met at your monthly meetings, travelled to DC with many of you, rallied together, standing arm and arm to save 100% of our earned pensions, we’ve shared information with you and strategized about the best way to save our pensions. We’ve always been honest with you, (even when it’s not what you wanted to hear) because we have no other interests, we are responsible to no one else, we have no ulterior motives. We stand nothing to gain but to keep our pensions.
    It is imperative to keep in mind that you should not be doing this for the benefit of the NUCPP organization or any other organization - you are doing this to save your pension and that of your fellow brothers and sisters. Please focus on the matter at hand, nothing else! Because nothing else matters!
    NOW TO THE MATTER AT HAND: These next two weeks are critical to saving our pensions. We need to pull out all the stops, get everyone involved and CALL, CALL, CALL. Every day we will be putting out recommendations of what you should do that day. Remember - in the ‘ALL IN AND DONE IN 21’ campaign - we need ALL to be involved so we can get DONE IN 21! That means that each day, when you receive the emails, that you pick up the phone, call your fellow retirees without internet, your family and friends, and give them the daily message. THEN you call your Senators. EVERY DAY!!!!!!!! We will list talking points to help you know what to say but you are free to say whatever you think needs said.
    Stay tuned for DAY # 1 PHONE BLITZ!
    We thank you in advance for your support and activism.
    Remember - ALL IN AND DONE IN 21!
    Stay safe and take care!
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    Default Re: Pension relief in the budget reconciliation process

    Seems the bill passed a committee vote today and was recommended for a full house vote..

    https://budget.house.gov/legislation...7ple7uM9_iu-hw

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    Default Re: Pension relief in the budget reconciliation process

    Quote Originally Posted by crazy View Post
    Seems the bill passed a committee vote today and was recommended for a full house vote..

    https://budget.house.gov/legislation...7ple7uM9_iu-hw
    I clicked on it and the first thing I hear is some republican congressman complaining about the pension relief in the bill.

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    Default Re: Pension relief in the budget reconciliation process

    Quote Originally Posted by 2631 View Post
    I clicked on it and the first thing I hear is some republican congressman complaining about the pension relief in the bill.
    Ha ha. The only troubling thing I saw was a Democrat voted no along with the Republicans.

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    from facebook

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    Post #5503 Correction and update !
    AMERICAN PENSION JUSTICE
    Dear Friend,
    This is a correction to our last email plus an update.
    The House Budget Committee passed the stimulus on a party line vote. Our bill was in it and there were no changes.
    The stimulus is now going to the House Rules Committee then it will go to the full House of Representatives.
    After the bill passes in the House of Representatives, we're anticipating we'll have a huge conference call with short notice. Please watch your email.
    Your pension friends,
    Sherman Liimatainen, Brad Vaughn and Team

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