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thegoodlife3
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HCH is getting close to going full Dan Forest

5/21/2020 5:07:27 PM

TreeTwista10
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5 MORE WEEKS OF COMMUNISM

5/21/2020 5:33:48 PM

thegoodlife3
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missed this earlier:

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" Just saw this in a completely unrelated article. How is this ok, but mass gatherings at a church is not? Cooper's inconsistency is ridiculous.

[quote]According to a Frequently Asked Questions document attached to the Governor’s release,
“Professional entertainers, athletes, coaches, performers, support staff, and broadcast staff will not count toward the mass gathering limit. Employees and other workers at facilities where entertainment events occur also will not count toward the mass gathering limit,” the release continued."


how many churches in NC are the same size as arenas/stadiums?

there is no inconsistency at all

5/21/2020 11:34:59 PM

utowncha
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All I want to know is if he's more credible than VA Governor.

5/22/2020 11:06:35 AM

thegoodlife3
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Northam just decriminalized marijuana possession so I hope Cooper gains some credibility points by following his lead

[Edited on May 23, 2020 at 1:17 PM. Reason : up to an ounce. only a $25 fine. ]

5/23/2020 1:16:23 PM

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