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Steven Spielberg - Dyslexia Interview

I am dyslexic and failed 2nd grade. Have lost count as to how many times people have corrected my spelling here. Some people are so nice about it and will PM in a very kind and considerate manner. Others not so much. I have always embraced my dyslexia as a positive thing.

This is a great read: https://www.nytimes.com/2007/12/05/business/worldbusiness/05iht-dyslexia.4.8602036.html



My take on what may be going on

I think the GOP knows they need to ditch Kavanaugh or they are going to get hammered even harder in the midterms with women and they will have damaged goods with him in there for years. Maybe even bad enough to lose the Senate. They know they can't look like they are caving and giving into the Dems so they convinced Trump to do the investigation. They are probably aware that there is enough the FBI will find to make it look like they are doing the honorable thing by ditching him. Then they bring in a super right wing woman as quickly as possible to finish off the face lift.

Of course if the FBI can't find enough, then they can jam him through but I think that will hurt them in the midterms.

BUSTED: Brett Kavanaugh lied about 'busting tail' to get into Yale with 'no connections'

BUSTED: Brett Kavanaugh lied about ‘busting tail’ to get into Yale with ‘no connections’ — he was a legacy

Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh has been busted in yet another lie to the Senate Judiciary Committee.

During his rage-filled testimony on Thursday, the prep school boy picked by President Donald Trump for a seat on the nation’s highest court claimed that he got into Yale through his own hard work.

Snip: Kavanaugh was a legacy at Yale, where his grandfather Everett Edward Kavanaugh went. His father, Everett Edward Jr., was born in New Haven, home to his father’s alma mater, Yale. The younger Kavanaugh was again busted using a yearbook—this one from 1925.

Brett Kavanaugh’s grandfather, who died four years before his grandson’s alleged attempted rape, is even buried in New Haven.

Link: https://www.rawstory.com/2018/09/busted-brett-kavanaugh-lied-busting-tail-get-yale-no-connections-legacy/?utm_source=push_notifications

Definitive Proof That Kavanaugh Lied

Seems Kavanaugh lying about the Renate Alumnius, devils triangle, FFFFForth of July etc

should be enough for the FBI to nail him if friends are contradicting him. Can any lawyers chime in on this?

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CNN's Chris Cuomo and Don Lemon hilariously mock Lindsey Graham

Fox News FIRES Contributor For Saying THIS...


The rape culture of the 1980s, explained by Sixteen Candles

The beloved romantic comedy’s date rape scene provides important context for the Brett Kavanaugh accusations.
By Constance Grady@constancegrady Sep 27, 2018, 5:20pm EDT

When a third woman accused Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct this week, Kavanaugh supporters immediately stepped forward with a familiar defense: It couldn’t have happened, because surely if it had, someone would have said something at the time.

In a sworn declaration delivered through her lawyer Michael Avenatti, Julie Swetnick avowed that she witnessed Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh drug girls at high school house parties where the girls were later “gang raped.” Swetnick further says that Kavanaugh was present at a party where she herself was drugged and raped, although she does not directly say that he participated in her rape.

In a statement released by the White House, Kavanaugh (who has denied all three allegations against him) called Swetnick’s statement “ridiculous” and “from the Twilight Zone.” His denial was widely echoed by supporters to whom the idea that such terrible things could happen on a routine basis, and that no one would do anything to stop them or even avoid the parties, seems absurd.

More: https://www.vox.com/culture/2018/9/27/17906644/sixteen-candles-rape-culture-1980s-brett-kavanaugh

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