What'll it be, folks?
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    What'll it be, folks?

    Deleted......poll didn't take.
    Last edited by kschilk; 11-19-2019 at 10:04 PM.
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    First of all, I do not think I would issue either of the defendants any life insurance, based upon NORMAL actuarial tables, anyway.

    My guess is that they will be found guilty and receive sentences from 3 to 9 years, of which they will probably only serve a few months in federal prison - until . . . . ?

    I mean, when it is something Hilary and Bill are connected to, the outlook is NEVER salutary.
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    We'll close this one and let the poster take another shot at it...it's a mulligan!
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