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Re: A vindication of sorts
Posted by MikeC/TX of TX on 3/5/19 11:28pm Msg #72376
OK, here's what I found:

"a person who has gained some advantage by pure luck; usually used in a negative manner; commonly used in the phrase "Even a blind squirrel finds an acorn every once in a while"

It's basically the same as saying that a broken clock is right twice a day - so what's your point? Did you or did you not completely blow the call on this one?

Richie, Richie, Richie - the first step to escaping the cult of Trump is to admit the mistakes you've made - something he will never do. But you're better than that. You can't blame someone else for the dumb things you've said or done in his name - just man up, own it, and move on.
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Messages in this Thread
 A vindication of sorts - MikeC/TX on 2/21/19 6:12pm
 Re: A vindication of sorts - jnew on 2/21/19 9:45pm
 Re: A vindication of sorts - MikeC/TX on 2/22/19 6:23pm
 Re: A vindication of sorts - HisHughness on 2/24/19 3:59pm
 Re: A vindication of sorts - MikeC/TX on 2/24/19 11:42pm
 Wow! - bagger on 3/5/19 7:05am
 Re: A vindication of sorts - bagger on 2/22/19 12:02pm
 Re: A vindication of sorts - MikeC/TX on 2/22/19 6:44pm
 Re: A vindication of sorts - bagger on 3/5/19 2:25pm
 Re: A vindication of sorts - MikeC/TX on 3/5/19 11:28pm



 
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