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you choose people to talk with speech impediments makes no sense.
Five stars for the fools who think the pandemic ended a year ago back when they thought it wasn’t even real. In fact ten stars on a five star scale of outworldly fertile self-deception skills. I want a comedy show with this crap but Tucker Carlson is just mentally ill and not at all funny. Thank you for fighting domestic russian stooges with real data instead of the vapors they use.
If anyone should be reparated in this country, let it be Native Americans… First things first, let’s not just give reparations to the loudest but rather the most deserving…
A fantastic way to broaden your knowledge and learn of experiences you do not share
This episode made me feel so hopeful that individuals of different faiths can all speak to same needs for tolerance, recovery and hopefulness. Thanks so much.
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Consider This from NPR launched 2 years ago and published 653 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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