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    • I can't tell anyone how thrilled i am he chose Harris. She's amazing.  And tough. I find her like I find Lori Lightfoot . These black women know exactly what they are walking into, the attacks being thrown at them, but will persevere because they are brilliant and tough. I don't think there is anything they are going to throw at Harris she's not prepared for or that hasn't been aimed at her already.   On a side note I have to laugh at this. Phony and predictable   "Records show that Trump donated to Kamala Harris' campaigns twice while he was a private citizen"   https://www.businessinsider.com/trump-donated-to-kamala-harris-twice-as-private-citizen-2020-8
    • Nicole Wallace of MSNBC stated that Kamala Harris is the VP pick that Trump fears the most. It is the grilling that Barr received from Harris and her sharp debate ability that put the fear in. Remember, just two weeks ago, Trump tried to compliment Harris.
    • Well, I liked having Helen on, and the photo was honestly a nice touch. It's the whole... having two actors on in an otherwise clearly very empty house pretending there was a big family celebration.   I also feel like this would have felt better if it was Tom with Nancy. Despite the fact that Margo had been family for 26 years, she wasn't actually related to Nancy, which made the moment fall flat a little.
    • If you're like me and enjoy the pain of others, absolutely do read the replies.
    • My dude, you've been here the better part of 15 years angrily telling us how good these shows are as they each get cancelled and fall into further disrepair. They keep dying but without fail month after month, show after show you're still saying they're all great and we're super unfair. It's literally all you talk about, it's your favorite topic. What's the common denominator?   We all care about these shows, but it's because we care about them that we can acknowledge failures and the fundamentally broken machine of daytime soap opera which has barely been evolved in two decades. Maybe you should ask yourself why the larger American audience doesn't listen to you and keep watching these wonderful underappreciated shows. Because if it was "just us" feeling this way, this genre would not be all but fùcking dead.

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