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    • @reallyhateskateonlost, you best believe lawsuits are coming!  A young girl lost her whole family and a man lost his wife in addition to the the others on board.  
    • Interesting. And I think they did a nice job of casting Zach and Jesse sons:          Jesse's son (maybe Slater's as well, IMO, he looks like him, lol).        I don't know how many kids they will have but I am glad they at least each have one teen. (I thought I read somewhere that Jesse/Slater would have smaller children, but maybe that was a rumor, things changed or they have them in addition to Jamie) Both Zach/Jesse are old enough to have a teenager. And truth be told Zach could have a 20 something with Kelly. If they are still together they would have been married like 26 years now. Even if they waited a few years to have kids after they married, they still could have a 20 something.    I wonder if Jesse's son Jamie Spano is Slater's son. I could buy him as Slater's son. But if he is, I do wonder why he doesn't have Slater's last name. I could see Jesse giving him a hyphenated name like Jamie Spano-Slater, but to leave Slater's name off altogether...hmmm... I wonder what the backstory is there.  
    • Yeah, these types of mistakes really could be the difference between life and death. One of the things that I think people can try and learn from situations like these is it really is better to be safe than sorry. Always air on the side of caution. Especially if there are dangerous/potentially life threatening risks. If it's not safe to do something including fly for some reason, Then don't fly. Until it's safe to do, or you meet the regulations to do so. I know in various situations people may think what's the harm in going against recommendations, or think they can make it doing some violations, but it could be the difference between living and dying.  
    • fab4_thebeatles (@fab4_thebeatles) tweeted at 6:20 AM on Mon, Jan 27, 2020: On this day, 50 years ago, John Lennon wrote and recorded the amazing 'Instant Karma!' in just one day https://t.co/uS2nM4T4Ow rt @FarOutMag https://t.co/qDzSYd4zkE (https://twitter.com/fab4_thebeatles/status/1221769974311682049?s=09)
    • Trump's defense team (who seems to be mostly going through the motions) seems to want to make this about Hunter Biden and his perceived "corruption". 
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