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Letters to the Editor Sunday, April 3


No state tax dollars for new Bills stadium

I would urge taxpayers to contact their state legislators with regard to the proposals currently being discussed that would provide New York state taxpayer dollars for the construction of a new, outrageously priced, 60,000-seat facility for the NFL and Buffalo Bills.
Legislators should be urged to vote “no!”
Contrary to what is being put forth, there does not seem to be any way New Yorkers — other than perhaps those residing in the Erie County area — can or will realize any benefits from this stadium project.
Our tax burden will more than likely increase to cover the promised dollars.
If the NFL, Erie County, Buffalo and the Buffalo Bills want a new stadium to seat 60,000 and be used maybe 10 times per year, then let these entities foot the bill(s)!
Al Alexander
Clifton Park

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Think outside box on Caroline St. issues

Much has been written about the public safety issue in and around the venue of Caroline Street in Saratoga Springs.
Suggestions have covered the spectrum from blocking the street, to adding metal detectors, limiting hours of operation and even pointing a finger of blame at Gaffney’s justified or not.
None of these actions are a good fit for the image and attraction to the area.
The root cause is a no brainer. Too much drinking, poor judgment by all parties (patrons/owners) and a wink and a nod to bad behavior.
A measured response to cure the problem comes at a cost, specifically to control the alcohol consumption.
Thinking out of the box, is it not possible with simple technology, perhaps a punch card, to develop a tracking system that records the number of drinks purchased and at what time? Using an established parameter, once met the patron would then no longer be served.
The next step is really the more complex one. Once a customer can no longer be served, cut off what prevents them from starting the cycle all over in another bar, pub or restaurant.
Nothing but perhaps good judgment by the patron, those that accompany him or her and the time and inconvenience of moving to another venue.
In the end, the wait staff, bartenders and owners need to focus on behavior, not just the bottom line of making more money.
I know being responsible and a proponent of public safety is pie in the sky. Just a thought.
Hugo Bach

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Joseph Vendetti

Agree with Al we shouldn’t be subsidizing the multi-billion dollar NFL with $850,000,000 for a stadium – NYS has enough debt and far too many taxes.


If the governor and legislature cannot explain how taxpayers will gain from this investment, it shouldn’t be made or greatly reduced. How hard did Buffalo and the region try to get corporate donors for naming rights, etc.

Not to mention Governor Hochuls husband is an executive vice president in the company that supplies all the food and all the vending at the stadium and stands to make even more money for the new stadium.

Yes! Vote Zeldin!
A real law and order man, at least until the law and order aren’t to his liking, like trying to keep his base from attacking our Capitol, and supporting a twice impeached President.
A man who believes in Freedom, at least until you express an interest in marrying someone of your own gender, then it’s no, no, no!
Yes, vote Republican! They’ll take care of their own!

Guy Varoma

I agree we shouldn’t be giving our money to build a stadium anywhere in NYS. It’s more Corporate Welfare. Like the 2017 Trump Tax Cuts for corporations. and the rich.


We should judge elected representatives for their actions (votes and views on specific issues) and parties on their platforms and values. The fact that Hochul is seen as making a mistake in supporting this stadium expenditure reflects on her and any Democratic or Republican legislators who support it. Trump’s $2 trillion tax cut which overwhelmingly favored the 1% reflects poorly on him and Republicans who supported it. No Democrat supported that tax cut.

The Democratic platform currently calls for more investment in clean renewable energy as a way of fighting the disastrous effects of climate change and freeing us from dependence on oil. It also calls for a health care system that guarantees health care to all Americans at affordable prices, for example, by allowing medicare to negotiate drug prices with pharmaceutical companies. Extensive details can be found in a google search by any one interested. The Republican Party is keeping its 2016 platform intact. Details are also available in a google search.

I believe in our two party system and hope for the rebirth of a Republican party reflecting the views of Lincoln Project Republicans who agree with Democrats that Trump and candidates he endorse are a threat to American democracy. A democratic government can not survive defeated candidates who refuse to accept defeat though courts, state AG’s, Cyber Security Chiefs, and the federal AG verify the accuracy and fairness of the election results with near 100% bipartisan agreement, including many of the defeated candidates appointees and supporters.

Predictably there’s more to the story you’re not including, because it doesn’t help your narative:
“Most people didn’t recognize the increase in take-home pay, or at least didn’t attribute it to the tax cut,” (H&R Block’s Tax Institute Nathan) Rigney said. Some of them might realize it now that they’re filing their taxes, he said, but “it’s little consolation to discover that you received a couple thousand dollars during the year but you already spent it.”

High earners did far better under the law. The top 20 percent of earners received more than 60 percent of the total tax savings, according to the Tax Policy Center; the top 1 percent received nearly 17 percent of the total benefit, and got an average tax cut of more than $30,000. And that’s not even factoring in the law’s huge cut to corporate taxes, which disproportionately benefit the wealthy households that own the most stock.

Surveys consistently show that what bothers Americans most about the tax system is not that they pay too much but that they think corporations and the wealthy pay too little, said Vanessa Williamson, a political scientist at the Brookings Institution who studies public attitudes toward taxation. The tax law only sharpened those concerns.


I never said average Americans didn’t get a tax cut. If you bothered reading Chuck D’s post above you would know, he makes the point with detail I omitted, that the rich benefited most.


An example of a Republican I could support, this is from a CNN interview with Maryland’s Governor Larry Hogan about DeSantis’ “Don’t Say Gay Bill”:

“I didn’t actually see the details of the legislation but the whole thing seems like a crazy fight. DeSantis is always talking about, that he was not demanding businesses do things but he was telling the cruise lines what they had to do, he was telling schools what they had to do. Mandating!

“And now wants to criticize Disney for expressing how they feel about the bill I mean, they have every right to. We have a thing called freedom of speech. They can come out and say what they think.

“I think the bill was kind of absurd and not something that would have happened in our state.” – GOP Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, today on CNN.

From AP concerning the Trump endorsed candidate running against him in the gubernatorial primary:

BRIAN WITTE, Associated Press”

“ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — A Republican lawmaker who has been endorsed by former President Donald Trump in his run for governor of Maryland introduced a resolution on Thursday to impeach popular Republican Gov. Larry Hogan, accusing him of “malfeasance in office.”

The resolution introduced by Del. Dan Cox, who represents parts Frederick and Carroll counties, also accuses Hogan of “misuse of the police power, violations of the separation of powers, theft of the people’s liberty and property, deprivation of the religious liberties of the people, and abuse of power under false pretenses.”

While unlikely to advance, the resolution introduced in the Maryland House of Delegates underscores division in the GOP regarding support for Trump.

The governor, who is term limited and hasn’t ruled out a White House bid in 2024, has been a frequent Trump critic. Michael Ricci, a spokesman for Hogan, dismissed the delegate as “a QAnon conspiracy theorist.”

The QAnon movement claims Trump is waging a secret battle against the “deep state” and a sect of powerful devil-worshiping pedophiles who dominate Hollywood, big business, the media and government.”


I have no problem with Gov. Hogan so far. He presents himself as a moderate and has no use for Trumpers. My concern is what is his platform, what policies will he offer, etc.? If he will stick to a typical republican agenda, then I wouldn’t support him. So, I wouldn’t be so gung-ho to jump on his bandwagon until we hear more.


Ray and Chris, I said I “could” vote for him based on what I know about him now. If he ever runs for national office I will take a close look at his positions on the issues as well as those of his opponent. I think he deserves consideration unlike Trump-endorsed candidates who are invariably lackies, and likely incompetent and surely corrupt.

christopher S.

Anthony agreed Ive always thought the guy seemed ethical and honest

D Wayne P.

“I’m deeply proud of the work she is doing as first lady with Joining Forces initiative she started with Michelle Obama when she was vice president and now carries on,” the president said in error, another in a string of mistakes the White House had to correct or walk back recently. It’s a daily thing with this guy and we wonder why the country is such a mess. Now can we hire an interpreter to translate what he really means? You know the thing……

christopher S.

Like I say everyday we really dodged a bullet in 2020 !and God blessed America in 20 20! Try to have at least one good day without working yourself into a Stat over our President dwaynie!


With all the gibberish and prevarications Trump spewed you really do lose credibility when you attack President Biden. Try being a patriot and support your President.

christopher S.

hooligans you are more than correct
posted this link to a documentary I posted yesterday I learned a lot of the confusion for leading up to jan 6th it is an exciting watch and a good example of less than patriotic Americans so i’m posting it again as always when i think of Biden I can’t but help repeat
– boy has God blessed America! We really dodged a bullet in 2020!

D Wayne P.

Maybe so but you and he didnt amswer the question. Did u support Trump when he was President? If you didn’t you’re not a patriot according to your liberal pals. Did you?


You did not respond to Trump’s ridiculous statements about planes used in the American Revolution or using nukes to stop a hurricane. Just for the record, there have responses to your posts about Biden’s slip of the tongue in saying VP rather first lady in reference to Michelle Obama.

Maybe your side will find out Biden isn’t qualified to be president because he was born in Mozambique.

Other than the fact that there’s multiple federal justice investigations ongoing about Hunter Biden, his uncle which is Joe’s brother and the president himself. Regardless, you got the family of the President of the United States making deals with Communist China. And it all started with vice president Biden taking Hunter to China, Hunter came back with million dollar deals. Why did Joe Biden take him to China in the first place if it wasn’t to make deals?


“In 2011, First Lady Michelle Obama and Dr. Jill Biden came together to launch Joining Forces, a nationwide initiative calling all Americans to rally around service members, veterans, and their families and support them through wellness, education, and employment opportunities. Joining Forces works hand in hand with the public and private sector to ensure that service members, veterans, and their families have the tools they need to succeed throughout their lives.”


In light of my post just above, where’s the mistake in your Biden quote? Does it have anything to do with your “birthing people” post below? What do you mean in these posts? What are you trying to say?


I see the mistake. Neither woman was vice president and he should have said first lady in reference to Michelle Obama. Wow! Send him to rehab immediately. But if you jump on me, you should include a response to Guy’s and my posts concerning Trump statements.

christopher S.

Anthony in my opinion that mistake would confuse a simpleton, but most adults probably did understand the tragic slipup. Just my opinion.

D Wayne P.

Ive heard that term more than once and it was from liberal thinking people. They use the term birthing people instead of birthing mothers or pregnant women. Is this a new liberal term for females who are expecting a child? If so, when and why did it change?

Meanwhile Republicans and other fine white Christians call domestic terrorists patriots. And they call women’s health professionals murderers.
I’ll stick with the liberals, thanks.


They are people and they give birth. Therefore they have always been “birthing people”.

I know that many people feel uncomfortable using plural pronouns in reference to a non-binary person. I am sure some non-binary individuals would feel comfortable with traditional male or female pronouns. Why not use the pronoun an individual prefers?

Has this been a problem in your personal experiences with non-binary people? There is no law saying you must use “they” in reference to an individual who prefers that pronoun over the singular. What a tempest in a teapot. Shows desperation for a real issue to get worked up over.

D Wayne P.

I have no clue what any of that means. I dont understand the binary, non binary stuff nor do I have any interest in using anything other than Mr Mrs Ms Miss. If one wants to label himself or herself differently then so be it, it’s their life and choice. My choice is not to use them.


You brought it up and I’m sure you understand exactly what it means. But in case you don’t, this is the relevant definition from Oxford Languages:

c : relating to or being a person who identifies with or expresses a gender identity that is neither entirely male nor entirely female …


Having pointed this out, you certainly have the right to use the pronouns you are comfortable with rather than the pronouns the person you are referencing prefers. Personally, I would use the pronouns the person I am referencing is comfortable with. It does me no harm and if THEY feel better, I’ve lost nothing. Again, tempest in a teapot that you brought up.

When wacko liberals started taking over this country with pronouns and men having babies they are now birthing people not mothers. Liberals have always tried to erode the family because if you erode the family then you can control people. Democrats and liberals are all about control.

When I read your comments I can’t help but envision a set of those wind-up chattering teeth, rattling away.
Do you have anything of substance to contribute?


How do you “take over a country with pronouns”? No one says men can “have children”, I think you mean give birth to children, but they can be loving parents…even if two men or women are parents, they should be respected as families and not belittled with arrogant remarks by ignorant brain-washed bigots.

Guy Varoma

Trump praised the Americans’ military efforts in the war against Great Britain. “Our army manned the air, it rammed the ramparts, it took over the airports, it did everything it had to do, and at Fort McHenry, under the rockets’ red glare, it had nothing but victory,” he said.

Maybe someone can help me, did we have airplanes in our war against great Britain?. Did they fly out of Roswell ?


Guy, as long as we are back attacking individuals an a partisan basis, let’s not forget Trump’s brilliance in suggesting nukes to control hurricanes:

“President Trump has suggested multiple times to senior Homeland Security and national security officials that they explore using nuclear bombs to stop hurricanes from hitting the United States, according to sources who have heard the president’s private remarks and been briefed on a National Security Council memorandum that recorded those comments.

Behind the scenes: During one hurricane briefing at the White House, Trump said, “I got it. I got it. Why don’t we nuke them?” according to one source who was there. “They start forming off the coast of Africa, as they’re moving across the Atlantic, we drop a bomb inside the eye of the hurricane and it disrupts it. Why can’t we do that?” the source added, paraphrasing the president’s remarks.

Asked how the briefer reacted, the source recalled he said something to the effect of, “Sir, we’ll look into that.”
Trump replied by asking incredulously how many hurricanes the U.S. could handle and reiterating his suggestion that the government intervene before they make landfall.
The briefer “was knocked back on his heels,” the source in the room added. “You could hear a gnat fart in that meeting. People were astonished. After the meeting ended, we thought, ‘What the f—? What do we do with this?'”

christopher S.

Guy that was one of Trumps presidential term defining moments, right there with the bulb up the butt , the bleach drinking and weather control strategies Anthony mentions below and of course who could excluder his bizarre love affair for the Putin!. We really dodged a bullet in 2020!


GOP Sen. Roy Blunt said today that he will vote against brown because “she doesn’t meet the criteria for a Supreme Court Justice”. His “criteria” likely means she isn’t white, the standard most republicans voting against her are probably using. Oh course, they would never admit that.

D Wayne P.

but he didnt say that. This is a prime example of disinformation, right out of the communist playbook. Ever think he voted her down because he’s a partisan hack and he’s following protocol of the almighty McConnell?


Ray is entitled to his opinion. He said “likely” which indicates an opinion not a fact. This is not disinformation; the master of disinformation and lies in America is Trump: the election was rigged, Mexico will pay for the Wall, I have a better and less expensive health care plan than Obama Care, ivermectin may be effective against covid etc. etc.

My opinion is race may be a factor in some decisions not to vote for Jackson but probably “no” votes are based more on the fact that she is a Democrat since there is NO doubt she is qualified; that is what is supposed to determine the vote for or against a SCOTUS nominee.


Still haven’t heard your response to Trump’s description of airports during the American Revolution or his bright idea to usd nukes to break up hurricanes. I’ll be back around 6:30 to see if you came up with a response. It is now 3:35

D Wayne P.

I know exactly what he means and he can speak for himself I think. He’s saying that most republicans wouldnt vote for her because she’s a an african american woman and that’s a crock of b’s’ and total misinformation. You sir are ate up by Donald Trump, you really are. That man has your brain working in overdrive to discredit him 24/7/365. You can’t carry any conversation without referencing Trump, doesn’t matter the topic you’ll somehow attach it to him. Quite frankly I think your jealous that a man like him can have such a following. You just can;t understand why anyone would vote for him or like him and it’s killing you inside. Sad. Take up painting or bird watching, it’s good for your soul.

INSIDE THE RETURN OF THE GRIDIRON — New Hampshire Republican Gov. CHRIS SUNUNU stole the show Saturday night at the annual Gridiron Club dinner by saying out loud what most Republicans in Washington *privately* whisper about DONALD TRUMP.

“You know, he’s probably going to be the next president,” Sununu said of Trump, musing about his “experience,” “passion,” “sense of integrity” and the “rationale” he brought to his tweets. As the room quieted to see where he was going with this, he paused, then yelled: “Nah, I’m just kidding! He’s F___ING CRAZY!” The ballroom roared with laughter. “ARE YOU KIDDING?! Come on. You guys are buying that? I love it … He just stresses me out so much! … I’m going to deny I ever said it.”

It didn’t stop there: “The press often will ask me if I think Donald Trump is crazy. And I’ll say it this way: I don’t think he’s so crazy that you could put him in a mental institution. But I think if he were in one, he ain’t getting out!”

It was just the beginning of an evening full of laughs — and, at times, cringes — that had the more than 600 journalists and VIPs in attendance reaching for more wine. For several hours, it was like the pandemic never happened, as D.C.’s high society descended on the Renaissance Hotel downtown for the first Gridiron gathering in three years.

— On Trump ally and MyPillow CEO MIKE LINDELL: “This guy’s head is stuffed with more crap than his pillows. And by the way, I was told not to say this, but I will: His stuff is crap. I mean, it’s absolute crap. You only find that kind of stuff in the Trump Hotel.”

Sununu also told a story about a time Trump visited him in New Hampshire and invited him to ride inside the presidential limo, The Beast. The then-president suddenly stopped talking and pointed out the window at people lining the road holding American flags, saying, “They LOVE me!” Only problem, said Sununu, was that the man he pointed to held a sign that read, “F___ TRUMP.”


Dwayne, I’ll admit that I left out was “… for a lifetime appointment”. But of course, that’s how they disguise their racist motives. If you don’t like what I said, that’s your opinion.

D Wayne P.

Yes it is my opinion. I’m glad you spoke for yourself and your spokesperson didn’t have to step in again. We get it Ray, you hate the Republican party. I’ll give you credit man, you wear it on your sleeve and with pride. Thats a victory within itself.


I was not defending Ray; I was pointing out the obvious. His view was clearly an opinion and you thought he was stating it as a fact, trying to spread disinformation. Not true. You have have addressed none of mt factual statements directly. In this case, you evade responding to my main point, Trump is the purveyor of lies and disinformation, not Ray.

I am not, nor do I pretend to be anyone’s spokesperson.

christopher S.

Raymond you are correct i believe he’s not running for reelection
he gave some bizarre line about her voting pattern and her inability to apply the constitution
i stopped listening when he started babbling and backtracking . shame he is wasting the chance to be part of history. Doesn’t matter it will still be a bipartisan approval. God really blessed America in 2020!


Totally off topic, but…
“Heather Cox Richardson is an American historian and professor of history at Boston College. She received both her B.A. and Ph.D. from Harvard University. Most recently, Richardson started publishing “Letters from an American”, a nightly newsletter that chronicles current events in the larger context of American history.”
I find her really interesting. I believe others on this forum will enjoy reading her news letters. The following is a link.

Guy Varoma

I for one do understand why people voted for Trump and will vote for Trump again, It can best explained this way. Since the beginning of mankind there were people who thought the earth was flat Now through the years we have proof the world is round. But still in this day and age people believe the world is flat. You can show these people pictures from outer space that in fact the world is a sphere. But they continue to think it is flat. Their minds won’t let them think anything else. These type of people are the same people that believe professional wrestling is real. Whatever their reasons no one can change their minds.

Sounds like the Deep State has gotten to you too. Do you know where they implanted the chip?

; )

(btw, the earth really is only 7000 years old, you know.)

D Wayne P.

What a disgusting elitist attitude, you think you’re better than them. They’re Americans just like you are dude, a big portion of them had the gonads to fight for people like you. They also fight for the people who didnt have the gonads to fight for you. You should be kissing the ground they walk on.

Next time I’m in Washington I’ll consider kissing the ground at the Capitol they trespassed on and disrespected.
But no promises.

christopher S.

CHUCK D their seditionist traitors one and all just my opinion and I’ll stand by it

I never in my life felt it was fair to broadbrush a demographic as this or that. But it’s really hard not to see anyone continuing to speak of, and act out in support of the idea these elections weren’t fair, as anything but traitorous or complicit to traitorous behavior. This amounts to a clear majority of the Republican Party and includes anyone resisting the Select Committee and the work they’re doing.


D Wayne P, One last time, will you respond to Trump’s idea for breaking up hurricanes with nukes, his belief that there were airports during the revolutionary war, that Mexico would pay for the “Wall”, that he could get away with grabbing women by the p—y because he’s a star, that he had a health care plan cheaper and better than Obama Care, that the election was stolen from him because he says so, that he is the “Chosen One” blah blah blah….?

He and the Republican party recognize him as their leader (fuhrer), forcing his relevance on us, so I don’t care what any seditious member of the mob that stormed the Capitol on 1/6 did before that day. I have no respect for them. They are criminals and violent mindless Trump worshipers.

Finally, I join ChuckD and am disappointed you didn’t think I would make that statement first. Well, 2nd place in this contest is still quite an honor!


D Wayne P, You know what takes “gonads”? thinking for yourself and facing different viewpoints head on instead of deflecting by making silly claims that the person who disagrees with you is “jealous of Trump” or advising him to take up “bird watching”. Sad deflective responses that define you, not me.

Guy Varoma

Birthers, Flat Earthers, Anti-Vaxxers Pro Wrestling fans who believe it’s real, Moon Landing Deniers and Trump Loyalists are all cut from the same cloth. These people also believe the QAnon conspiracies

The manifold effects of partisan media on viewers’ beliefs and attitudes: A field experiment with Fox News viewers
April 3, 2022


Partisan media impacts voting behavior, yet what changes in viewers’ beliefs or attitudes may underlie these impacts is poorly understood. We recruited a sample of regular Fox News viewers using data on actual TV viewership from a media company, and incentivized them to watch CNN instead for a month using real-time viewership quizzes. Despite regular Fox viewers being largely strong partisans, we found manifold effects of changing the slant of their media diets on their factual beliefs, attitudes, perceptions of issues’ importance, and overall political views. We show that these effects stem in part from a bias we call partisan coverage filtering, wherein partisan outlets selectively report information, leading viewers to learn a biased set of facts. Consistent with this, treated participants concluded that Fox concealed negative information about President Trump. Partisan media does not only present its side an electoral advantage—it may present a challenge for democratic accountability.


As a personal note, as a regular consumer of MSNBC (some believe without evidence the antithesis of Fox), as well as a variety of other news sources for comparison, MSNBC comes nowhere close to the bias and distortion witnessed on Fox. I cannot stand to watch Fox for long because I’ll usually already know what the truth is, and it ain’t what Fox is serving.

Guy Varoma

A dog gets more factual information from sniffing another dog’s butt than a human does from watching Fox News


ChuckD, it gets me riled when uninformed people actually think MSNBC is as biased as FOX news in its reporting. If any one with an ounce of objectivity and awareness listened to Melber, Velshi, O’Donnell or any other MSNBC host and contrasted their coverage with the likes of Hannity, Carlson, or Pirro it would be clear who is telling the truth.

It’s the now-worn out “both siderism”. Everything’s gotta be binary, for mass consumption.
“The country’s so divided!”
“Why can’t we put aside our differences?”
“Se just need to listen more to each other!”

A while political party has taken our Constitution and run roughshod over it. There’s already been a boatload of arrests and guilty pleas, and there promises to be more, bigger fish ensnared.
And they’re all Republicans.

This isn’t about different points of view, this is about criminal activity.
Meanwhile a number of Republicans still showing some self-respect have risen out of that quagmire and want to return to some sanity, and our country welcomes them, whether they respect a woman’s right to her own body, or not.


Just a few comments. For DWP, Florida has no income tax and nice weather 5-6 months out of the year. Other 6 are heat and humidity up the wazoo, and of coarse hurricane season from June till Nov. NO and I repeat NO cheaper to live here. House ins 2 x and maybe soon to be more than NY and car insurance 2 x NY alone will eat up any savings on taxes you might get. On real estate taxes everyone buying here will get a big surprise the year after there purchase. You are assessed at 85 % of what you PAID and we all know how that is going up and up. Realtor shows you taxes from someone who lived in house 10-15 -20 years are next to nothing. Big surprise next year assessment is on what you just paid.

Rest of today’s posts about RWers I’ll go with Guy and the dog.

Anybody read Pence’s platform policy statement? Think I read it 2007-08, 2011-12 and same for 2015 and 16 other than FG who didn’t have one and they used the same one in 20 he had in 15-16. 0 nada


You know what takes “gonads”? thinking for yourself and facing different viewpoints head on instead of deflecting by making silly claims that the person who disagrees with you is “jealous of Trump” or advising him to take up “bird watching”. Sad deflective responses that define you, not me.


Final thought for the night: Does any one out there really believe that Biden’s reference to Michelle Obama as VP, an obvious slip of the tongue, is on a par with Trump’s suggestion that nukes be used to break up hurricanes or his reference to airports during the American Revolution?

Maybe I’ll get a response tomorrow. Not really expecting one, but it would be interesting if Zachary or Wayne made an attempt to address this issue.

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