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Anyone else having Yahoo email problems, Code 205.2 [LU003]?

Anyone with a good solution? ATT is about as helpful as nothing. They to wait 24 hours and try logging in again. As some know, I am hearing impaired and not having email is a disaster in my life. Along with texting, it is my only method of communication with people I must have contact with.

All help will be greatly appreciated!

When I was in school in the 1950s and 1960s, we had play practice, etc.

Now -- Active Shooter Practice...and it sure as fuck did not seem to work in TX.

When this news bulletin hit today about the latest mass shooting, I was sitting and chatting with a friend who is 77 years old and he and I could not believe what today's students face.


In my opinion: The NRA funded the GOP and they did their own "great lie" that the government is going to take your guns away...step, by little step by step, give 'em an inch and the govt will take a mile and soon, you will not be allowed to have any guns.

Peace to those who lost their lives and to their families and loved ones.

So what will happened when Loving v. Virginia (1967, 388 U.S. 1) comes before SCOTUS?

Like Roe, Loving (right of persons of different races to marry) also was based on privacy rights in the US Const -- "life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness."

While marriages in the past of persons of different races after Loving can not be undone retroactively (I am assuming, but who knows), if privacy is NOT a Const right...how is SCOTUS going to deal with the privacy rights underpinning Loving as to future marriages of people not of the same race?

What a motherf'ing mess!

Next: Griswold v. Connecticut

1965: Privacy = a Constitutional right. Issue of the case was the right of married couples to obtain birth control. Connecticut prohibited this. SCOTUS said the use of birth control was a privacy right.

IMO, Griswold is next to fall.

😭 😭 😭 😭

Tears for my sisters who will be sacrificed by the right wing justices of the United States Supreme Court.

I'm an old white woman...

...and tears ran down my face when KBJ was confirmed.

I am so proud to be an American today. Long time coming, but finally...a black female justice on the SCOTUS. I am betting that RBG is smiling!

Karens galore!!!!

So many on the Senate Judiciary committee with Rs after their names.

Talk about abuse!

Can someone tell me when Amy Schneider will be on CNN tomorrow

I know there are medical professionals on the DU. I have an issue with gatekeeper medical care.

I would appreciate it if you give me your thoughts -- good and/or bad -- on this system. I find it very frustrating when the need for a specialist is obvious that one has to wait not only for a primary care appointment, but then get in line to see the specialist.

Also: Is anyone else frustrated by this system?

Thanks in advance for your comments!

Maybe it wasn't Ginni who Clarence was trying to protect?

Just a though... maybe some of those Trump records have info on him. 🤷🏻‍♀️

Gawd, I hope so!🙋🏻‍♀️
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