loudouncommonsense

loudouncommonsense

We will know when we turn the corner on covid: The covid deniers and "hoaxers" will realize the threat is at their doorstep, and then deny that they denied it was real. Or put another way, the hoax threat becomes a hoarse throat.

loudouncommonsense

The method used to "hand-out" money has always been a factor in how the game board is tilted. Certain political factions always prefer "tax-breaks," my assumption being: A. they aren't so readily seen as "welfare;" B. they impact the income side of government initially so the expenditure …

loudouncommonsense

using darwinism (the species that survive are the species that change and evolve to new circumstances) as a metaphor. We change names, symbols, organizations and other things as society changes. Those who do not embrace change get left behind and are often resentful and reactionary.

loudouncommonsense

why haven't you stopped posting on this thread? Why do you feel so threatened by someone else judging you comments? We are a diverse community; opinions differ. You seem perpetually incensed as if you are unable to tolerate an upbraiding on personal style and communication. It all shows w…

loudouncommonsense

my feelings are well known, I don't have to beat the drum every time. You voltaire have been particularly trigger happy in the dept of making things personal: and hypocrite? you can't decide whether I'm an elitist or a commoner. You laughably tried to assume the mantle of an aristocratic …

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I love to see people fulminate about change; it's so darwinian to see the world move on while they try to hang on to things that are no longer serve the betterment of community.

loudouncommonsense

as I said, my comment about name calling applies to all and its been posted numerous times before. I never said your family is in Loudoun... so you are wrong again. I just said you're a commoner in the US. and will add that your statement about family is supercilious. Statements like you …

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names don't inspire..ideas, goals and programs do. Or else we'd have: "The Kill Cancer Association" instead of American Cancer Society, or "The Red Vampire" for the Red Cross Blood Bank. Or "People who gave their Guts to the Military" instead of the American Legion

loudouncommonsense

For someone who professes knowledge of the "Queens English" you certainly missed the absence of application of both the term "commoner" and "aristocrat" in the US. Since any hereditary title is meaningless in America, you my friend are also a commoner (apparently less educated than many).

loudouncommonsense

are you talking about Thomas Jefferson?