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Adam Marquart

Adam Marquart

Project Manager at Standard Drywall Inc.
  • A trump supporter is going to parse the words in the last sentence “no evidence has emerged publicly” and say “see, he didn’t do anything.” Um, what about the overwhelming evidence providing proof to the other parts of the story? There’s proof there was a meeting in trump towers. He lied to investigators

    A trump supporter is going to parse the words in the last sentence “no evidence has emerged publicly” and say “see, he didn’t do anything.” Um, what about the overwhelming evidence providing proof to the other parts of the story? There’s proof there was a meeting in trump towers. He lied to investigators. There were Russia government actors present.the over arching point, even our “less than good” presidents haven’t been investigated by the FBI. Start the impeachment process already. This sitting president can not retain his seat as president because Democrats waited until the race starts. We’ll have to weed through more stories of “fake or not fake” news.

  • They got paid more than if Spotify didn’t exist! You also need to recall the other formats/services similar to Spotify she is receiving payouts from also, and it’s still to little? Again, if the services didn’t exist they’d get squat. The follow up article should be “How much money artists have lost

    They got paid more than if Spotify didn’t exist! You also need to recall the other formats/services similar to Spotify she is receiving payouts from also, and it’s still to little? Again, if the services didn’t exist they’d get squat. The follow up article should be “How much money artists have lost because the label doesn’t allow the artist’s music on any one particular streaming service?“.

  • This is an industry that is just getting it’s feet under it. Canada and 33 of 50-states with pro-weed laws. 2019 will be an eye-opener, offering a surplus in tax dollars in a turbulent economy.

  • Urban camper, a long commute, construction workers working overtime. It’s a soliton for a small few. However if you think about it, others will have reasons based on their own experiences too. Different than mine. Still passionate and needed!

  • This is a bill that could provide a resurgence in farming by offering a crop that doesn’t require “the” perfect climate or the need to spend money on herbicides or pesticides. In lieu of paying farmers to not grow crops, on sections of land, to recover from erosion and diminished top soil nutrients

    This is a bill that could provide a resurgence in farming by offering a crop that doesn’t require “the” perfect climate or the need to spend money on herbicides or pesticides. In lieu of paying farmers to not grow crops, on sections of land, to recover from erosion and diminished top soil nutrients. A farmer can plant, grow, and cultivate hemp to recover the soils health. Returning it to a field with higher yields, during the years it is used to harvest commodity crops.

  • Slow down the upgrades! A positive since most major wireless companies are LEASING you a phone for 2-years. So, create an 18-month cycle in lieu of the 6 to 12-month. Major upgrades in hardware will be coupled with advances in undeniable increases in chip speeds.

    A slow down would create a steep decline

    Slow down the upgrades! A positive since most major wireless companies are LEASING you a phone for 2-years. So, create an 18-month cycle in lieu of the 6 to 12-month. Major upgrades in hardware will be coupled with advances in undeniable increases in chip speeds.

    A slow down would create a steep decline in financial markets with a ripple affect to advertisers, app develors, third-party accessory manufacturers and bloggers.

    If you think about it, that would be like an 18-wheeler slamming on its breaks. It would be as though we traveled back in time to when there was only car commercials, on over the air TV. Chilling.

  • Cutting people off because they are going to put a "liberal spin on it" is a problem. You're just supporting biased reporting and not getting your message to people that make a decision based on merit, not party affiliation. Oh yeah, you're also a narcissist and a child for not being able to withstand criticism.

  • Ye is a "do as I say" cuz I'm smarter than you. He creates beats and writes lyrics that you can dance to. Ye, is not a "do as I do" because he's also a fashion label. Ye's shoes and clothes branding his trademarked name are sourced from modern slave labor forces. Ye, takes comfort in the possibility

    Ye is a "do as I say" cuz I'm smarter than you. He creates beats and writes lyrics that you can dance to. Ye, is not a "do as I do" because he's also a fashion label. Ye's shoes and clothes branding his trademarked name are sourced from modern slave labor forces. Ye, takes comfort in the possibility they are being assembled near America.

    Only after Max Lokie's perspective did I pull back my opinions of Kanye, sorry, Ye. Also, people like Max is what makes Newspicks enjoyable.

  • Read the article for yourself, but this sounds like the argument of a person trying to control who is allowed to walk, stand, loiter, on the sidewalk in front of their home. Then I just got angry because I stopped and read this article, because of this part:

    (Excerpt from nytimes.com article, below

    Read the article for yourself, but this sounds like the argument of a person trying to control who is allowed to walk, stand, loiter, on the sidewalk in front of their home. Then I just got angry because I stopped and read this article, because of this part:

    (Excerpt from nytimes.com article, below)

    Mr. Khosla says he does not even want to triumph. “If I were to ever win in the Supreme Court, I’d be depressed about it,” he says. “I support the Coastal Act; I don’t want to weaken it by winning. But property rights are even more important.”

    He does not want the beach at all, really. He does not swim. For fun, he hikes.

    “I mean, look, to be honest, I do wish I’d never bought the property,” Mr. Khosla says. “In the end, I’m going to end up selling it.”

    “If this hadn’t ever started, I’d be so happy,” he adds. “But once you’re there in principle, you can’t give up principle.” He frames the struggle in the Silicon Valley patois of contrarianism. “I’d rather do the right hard things now that I’m in,” he says, “than the wrong easy things.”

    (Close excerpt from nytimes.com article.)

    What a truly aletiest thing to say, "I'm going to clog the system, based on what I determine as principal".