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« on: October 10, 2021, 06:53:15 AM »

A long hot summer is about to turn to fall as the Presidential race begins to heat up. On the Democratic side, it's been a disappointment, as the only candidates are Independent turned Democrat Bernie Sanders, and Joe Manchin. However, there is still time for candidates to enter the race before the primaries begin, and with rumors of a host of high-profile candidates still considering the race, it's an open question how long Sanders and Manchin will have the field to themselves.

Democratic Primaries-National

Bernie Sanders 16%
Joe Manchin 9%

Democrats-Iowa Caucuses

Bernie Sanders 21%
Joe Manchin 8%

Democrats- New Hampshire Primaries

Bernie Sanders 19%
Joe Manchin 10%

Democrats-South Carolina

Bernie Sanders 15%
Joe Manchin 14%

Democrats-Florida

Bernie Sanders 25%
Joe Manchin 8%

Democrats-Nevada

Bernie Sanders 13%
Joe Manchin 7%

On the Republican side, President McCain's decision not to run threw the race wide open. Vice President Palin's entry has energized a conservative base demoralized by President McCain's struggles with a hostile Congress, but she faces a challenge from Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison, who has called out the Vice President for being unelectable, a fear shared by many inside the beltway talking heads, who thought Palin would cost McCain the election almost four years ago. Unless another candidate enters the race, this year's Republican nominee will be the first major party female nominee ever for President no matter who wins. Palin is the early leader, but it's anyone's game as of yet. Even with Palin's victory in the Iowa straw poll, this race is wide open.

Republican Primaries-National

Sarah Palin 41%
Kay Bailey Hutchison 29%

Republicans-Iowa Caucus

Sarah Palin 44%
Kay Bailey Hutchison 32%

Republicans-New Hampshire Primaries

Sarah Palin 45%
Kay Bailey Hutchison 32%

Republicans-South Carolina

Sarah Palin 50%
Kay Baliey Hutchison 33%

Republicans-Florida

Sarah Palin 40%
Kay Baliey Hutchison 30%

Republicans-Nevada

Sarah Palin 41%
Kay Bailey Hutchison 36%

Looking ahead to the general election, Sanders and Manchin's low name recognition is hurting them significantly against the two more well-known Republicans. Also not helping is the rumored Independent candidacy of New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg.

General Election Head-to-Heads

Sarah Palin (R) 44%
Bernie Sanders (D) 38%
Michael Bloomberg (I) 5%

Sarah Palin (R) 45%
Joe Manchin (D) 35%
Michael Bloomberg (I) 7%

Kay Bailey Hutchison (R) 40%
Bernie Sanders (D) 36%
Michael Bloomberg (I) 6%

Kay Bailey Hutchison (R) 42%
Joe Manchin (D) 36%
Michael Bloomberg (I) 6%

News

Libyan Crisis comes to an end, Muammar Qaddafi killed in Sitre

Osama Bin Laden killed by U.S Special forces in Abbotabad

Greece defaults on debt, leaves Eurozone after other members of Eurozone refuse to provide bailout

Roy Moore accused of statutory rape in 1979

This turn will last from September 1, to September 11. You must post a schedule for this turn.

This turn will end when all players have posted a schedule, or on Tuesday October 12, whichever comes first.
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« Reply #1 on: October 10, 2021, 10:50:08 PM »

Sen. Hillary Clinton announces campaign for President in Brooklyn, NY


"We are here in Brooklyn for a simple reason, to restore the faith and confidence in our nation, for the past 11 years, Republican's have run this country and our economy to the ground, incompetence runs rampant in the White House and I believe that now is the time to take bold action to take our country back and Make America Great Again! We will make America great again by bringing back jobs for hardworking Americans, creating a Universal Healthcare System that ensures every American has the right to quality and affordable healthcare! And we will make America great again by retiring John McCain and Sarah Palin once and for all!

So in that spirit, I am proud to announce, officially! I am running for President of the United States of America! Now is your moment! Now is your time! If you stand with me! If you work with me and you fight with me! I will stand and fight for you every single day I am in the White House! Thank you Brooklyn and may God bless you and may God bless the United States of America!"
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« Reply #2 on: October 10, 2021, 10:55:49 PM »

Breaking News: Hillary Clinton to make second bid for Presidency

Sources close to New York Senator Hillary Clinton have indicated that she will make a second bid for the Presidency. Clinton, who's 2008 campaign ended after finishing third to Edwards and Barack Obama in South Carolina, has dramatically increased her stature in the Senate, having made her way into the leadership, where now serves as Majority Whip,
following Dick Durbin's elevation to the Majority Leadership after Harry Reid's defeat in 2010.

Polling shows Clinton leading nationally, and leading in most early states, largely based on wide name recognition compared to her primary opponents, Joe Manchin and Bernie Sanders.



Democrats-National

Hillary Clinton 50%
Bernie Sanders 16%
Joe Manchin 9%

Democrats-Iowa Caucus

Hillary Clinton 49%
Bernie Sanders 21%
Joe Manchin 8%

Democrats-New Hampshire Primary

Hillary Clinton 39%
Bernie Sanders 19%
Joe Manchin 10%

Democrats-South Carolina Primary

Hillary Clinton 44%
Bernie Sanders 15%
Joe Manchin 14%

Democrats-Florida Primary

Hillary Clinton 53%
Bernie Sanders 20%
Joe Manchin 7%

Democrats-Nevada Caucus

Hillary Clinton 40%
Bernie Sanders 13%
Joe Manchin 6%
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« Reply #3 on: October 10, 2021, 11:15:29 PM »
« Edited: October 11, 2021, 02:56:18 PM by NewYorkExpress »

Endorsements claimed this turn

Kay Bailey Hutchison: Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker, Illinois Governor Mark Kirk.

Bernie Sanders: Senator Patrick Leahy (D-VT), Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA).

Hillary Clinton: Former President Bill Clinton, New York Governor Kirsten Gillibrand

Sarah Palin: Businessman/Reality Show host Donald Trump (I-NY), Senator Mike Huckabee (R-AR)
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« Reply #4 on: October 12, 2021, 09:30:16 AM »

Statement from Sanders campaign

“We welcome Mrs Clinton to the campaign trail, and look forward to seeing her on the debate stage this year”
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« Reply #5 on: October 12, 2021, 09:37:46 AM »

Feel the Bern 2012! Schedule

September 1st- Fly to Iowa, set up campaign office. Host a rally officially getting endorsed by Senator Pat Leahy and Senator Liz Warren.

September 2nd- host a local meet and great event, and a town hall, take as many questions as possible, and then Dinner at a local restaurant

September 3rd- interview on a local Iowa news station

September 4-6th hosts rallies with Senators Warren and Leahy, speak about universal healthcare and it’s benefits. Fly to New Hampshire

September 7th- set up campaign office in New Hampshire, go to local school to speak.

September 9th- Town hall, and rally

September 10th- suspend for two days to go to New York

September 11th; attend 9/11 memorial, make a social media video commemorating the lost lives
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« Reply #6 on: October 12, 2021, 11:54:43 AM »

Senator Clinton Campaign Schedule

September 1st - 2nd | Iowa
September 1st:
Meet and greet with campaign volunteers in Des Moines.
Attend a campaign office opening in Des Moines.
Barnstorm with locals in the local mall.

September 2nd:
Visit local hospitals, discuss Universal Healthcare Plan.
Rally in Cedar Rapids with President Bill Clinton.
Have coffee and doughnuts with elderly at retirement home.

September 3rd - 4th | South Carolina


September 3rd:
Town hall on economic stability in Charleston
Speech on rebuilding the middle class in Charleston
Participate in a ribbon cutting ceremony for small business.

September 4th:
Have breakfast at local Waffle House, chat with locals
Attend fundraiser in Myrtle Beach
Town hall on race issues

September 5 - 7th | Conduct duties at Senator and Majority Whip

September 8th - 9th | New Hampshire

September 8th:
First major rally in Manchester
Visit locals at a bar,
Read to a local kindergarten class

September 9th:
Town hall on the opioid crisis in Dover
Attend campaign office opening in Dover
Chat with locals at a local small business.

September 10th - 11th | New York

September 10th:
Accept endorsement of Governor Gillibrand in Albany, NY
Rest at Chappaqua Home until evening.
Attend fundraiser in NYC

September 11th:
Visit Ground Zero with President Clinton, President McCain, The First Lady and Senator Schumer.
Give speech at Ground Zero commemorating the duties and sacrifices of First Responders on 9/11
Lay a wreath at the memorial pool.
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« Reply #7 on: October 12, 2021, 05:52:49 PM »

Clinton blasts Sanders and Manchin in New Hampshire

"I mean you have one candidate in this race who isn't really a real Democrat, I mean let's be honest, and I have doubts about whether he would even accept our party's nomination if he won. And then you have another candidate who, I as Senate Majority Whip, can not rely on at all. He has consitently refused to get behind policies that a majority of American's support and quite frankly I am sick of it.

So it all boils down to this, we need a President who has been a proven and strong Democratic voice, and we need a President with the track record to get things done so I am that person who has relentlessly moved forth with clear an present solutions for the American people and I will be that President."
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« Reply #8 on: October 12, 2021, 09:25:42 PM »

Statement from Senator Sanders


“Look. I was hoping to keep this a positive, civil campaign. But Senator Clinton came after myself and Senator Manchin with some nasty attacks. She claims to fight for democratic values but she’s been a flip flopper on everything. I’ve been fighting for civil rights, universal healthcare, and a bunch of other causes since she was in Grade School. Don’t forget her past as a Goldwater girl. Now, Senator Clinton, I am going to keep this campaign civil and respectful”
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« Reply #9 on: October 12, 2021, 11:08:44 PM »

Kay Bailey Hutchison Campaign Schedule
September 1-11th


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September 1-3: Iowa

Fly to Davenport
Accept Governor Mark Kirk's endorsement
Visit campaign office in Davenport
Rally in Iowa City
Rally in Cedar Rapids
Rally in Waterloo
Townhall in Marshalltown
Rally in Des Moines

September 4-5: Nevada

Fly to Reno
Rally in Reno
Townhalls with cattle ranchers in Northern Nevada
Rally in Carson City
Rally in Henderson

September 6-7: Florida

Fly to Tampa
Rally in Tampa
Townhalls in Lakeland and Kissimmee
Rally in Orlando
Visit campaign office in Orlando

September 8-10: New Hampshire

Fly to Nashua
Rally in Nashua introduced by Governor Charlie Baker
Rally in Manchester
Rally in Concord
Townhall tour of rural New Hampshire

September 11: New York

Attend 9/11 Memorial in New York
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« Reply #10 on: October 14, 2021, 03:24:18 PM »

The turn will close shortly (within the next two to three hours) so please get your schedules in if you have not already done so.

I'd like to have turn two started by midnight tonight.
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« Reply #11 on: October 14, 2021, 05:30:42 PM »

Turn One is Closed

Turn Two will be going up momentarily.
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« Reply #12 on: October 14, 2021, 06:00:35 PM »

Turn Two

The Republican Primary has narrowed dramatically, as Vice President Palin was largely absent from campaign trail over the past eleven days. Some have speculated that her absence was due to fallout from some of her campaign endorsements, as the endorsement from reality TV show host Donald Trump did not go over well with many, with Trump using offensive langauge to refer to the Democratic field, and Palin's rival, Kay Bailey Hutchison, in a tweet announcing the endorsement. Palin did receive the high-profile endorsement of the 2008 Iowa Caucus winner, Mike Huckabee, and she'll be looking to ride Huckabee's record in the Caucus to victory in Iowa.

Hutchison, for her part, despite being a conservative has cast herself as a relative moderate, especially compared to Palin, having received the endorsements of moderate Governors Mark Kirk and Charlie Baker in the past week.

Polls show Palin with a shrinking lead nationally, and Hutchison is now within striking distance in all early states.


Republican Primary-National

Sarah Palin 41%
Kay Bailey Hutchison 35%

Republicans-Iowa Caucus

Sarah Palin 43%
Kay Bailey Hutchison 34%

Republicans-New Hampshire Primary

Sarah Palin 40%
Kay Bailey Hutchison 33%

Republicans-Nevada Caucus

Sarah Palin 39%
Kay Bailey Hutchison 35%

Republicans-South Carolina Primary

Sarah Palin 45%
Kay Bailey Hutchison 34%

Republicans-Florida Primary

Sarah Palin 36%
Kay Bailey Hutchison 35%

On the Democratic Side, Hillary Clinton has moved to define her opposition early, going negative against Bernie Sanders and Joe Manchin. Unfortunately for Clinton, her attacks appear to have backfired, as she's suffered a drop in the polls nationally and in Iowa, and Sanders's fundraising has spiked dramatically. Clinton picked up the support of New York Governor Kirsten Gillibrand, to go with one of the most powerful available surrogates in former President Bill Clinton, but Sanders claimed high-profile endorsements from Senators Patrick Leahy and Elizabeth Warren, the President Pro Tempore, and the firebrand progressive from Massachusetts. While he still trails Clinton, he's made up ground quickly, and is making a name for himself early on.

Democratic Primary-National

Hillary Clinton 46%
Bernie Sanders 20%
Joe Manchin 8%

Democratic Primary-Iowa Caucus

Hillary Clinton 41%
Bernie Sanders 21%
Joe Manchin 6%

Democratic Primary-New Hampshire Primary

Hillary Clinton 49%
Bernie Sanders 20%
Joe Manchin 7%

Democratic Primary-Nevada Caucus

Hillary Clinton 45%
Bernie Sanders 15%
Joe Manchin 5%

Democratic Primary- South Carolina Primary

Hillary Clinton 50%
Bernie Sanders 24%
Joe Manchin 5%

Democratic Primary-Florida Primary

Hillary Clinton 42%
Bernie Sanders 17%
Joe Manchin 4%

Democrats lead generic election polling at this time, by a narrow margin.

Generic D 42%
Generic R 39%
Michael Bloomberg (I) 5%

News

NYPD crushes Occupy Wall Street Protests

Stock Market falls 1,200 points as Greece default, fears of Irish, Portuguese default impact trading

Vladimir Putin will run for third term as President of Russia


This turn will be from September 12 until September 24, 2011.

There will be a Republican Primary Debate this turn, held on September 16, at Saint Anselm College, in Goffstown, New Hampshire.

You must submit a schedule, and if playing as a Republican, responses to the debate questions.

The deadline for submitting everything will be Sunday, October 17, sometime in the evening.
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« Reply #13 on: October 14, 2021, 06:04:54 PM »

Republican Primary Debate

What actions would you take to solve the housing crisis?

Would you support military action against Pakistan, in response to their protection of Osama Bin Laden?

Do you support civil unions for same-sex couples?

If passing a tax increase was the only way to avoid the United States defaulting on it's sovereign debt, would you sign such legislation?

Would you support the repeal of NAFTA?
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« Reply #14 on: October 15, 2021, 01:09:02 PM »
« Edited: October 18, 2021, 06:40:18 PM by NewYorkExpress »

Endorsements for this turn

Kay Bailey Hutchison: Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell, Georgia Governor Karen Handel, Ohio Governor John Kasich, Senator John Thune (R-SD).

Bernie Sanders: Senator Jeff Merkely (D-OR).

Joe Manchin: Representative Collin Peterson (D-MN-7).

Hillary Clinton: Senator Chuck Schumer (D-NY)
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« Reply #15 on: October 16, 2021, 12:34:04 PM »

senator Sanders attends Green Day concert
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« Reply #16 on: October 16, 2021, 04:55:39 PM »

Breaking: Barack Obama to enter race

Senator Barack Obama will launch a second bid for President, sources close to the Illinois Senator say.

Obama, whose 2008 campaign ended after he failed to win a majority of delegates on Super Tuesday, has seen his stature in the Senate enhanced, as he served as the chair of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee in 2010, and easily won reelection against Bruce Rauner.

Polling currently shows a tight battle between Obama and Hillary Clinton, with Bernie Sanders close behind in third.


Democratic Primary-National

Hillary Clinton 35%
Barack Obama 30%
Bernie Sanders 20%
Joe Manchin 7%

Democrats-Iowa Caucus

Hillary Clinton 34%
Barack Obama 31%
Bernie Sanders 20%
Joe Manchin 5%

Democrats-New Hampshire Primary

Hillary Clinton 35%
Barack Obama 33%
Bernie Sanders 19%
Joe Manchin 6%

Democrats-Nevada Caucus

Barack Obama 36%
Hillary Clinton 36%
Bernie Sanders 15%
Joe Manchin 4%

Democrats-South Carolina Primary

Hillary Clinton 35%
Barack Obama 35%
Bernie Sanders 18%
Joe Manchin 7%

Democrats-Florida Primary

Hillary Clinton 37%
Barack Obama 34%
Bernie Sanders 19%
Joe Manchin 5%
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« Reply #17 on: October 16, 2021, 06:18:00 PM »
« Edited: October 16, 2021, 06:21:58 PM by CentristRepublican »

CAMPAIGN SCHEDULE FOR JOE MANCHIN
(September 11-20th)








September 11: New York

Attend 9/11 Memorial in New York York City

September 12-14: Iowa

Fly to Sioux City
Visit campaign office in Sioux City
Rally in Sioux City
Town Hall in Dodge City
Rally in Council Bluffs
Megarally in West Des Moines
Rally in Des Moines

September 15-16: New Hampshire

Fly to Nashua
Rally in Nashua
Rally in Manchester
Rally in Concord
Tour of rural New Hampshire - Coos County

September 17: Nevada

Fly to Reno
Rally in Reno
Rally in Carson City
Townhalls in Mineral and Esmerelda Counties
Rally in Henderson
Megarally in Vegas


September 18-20: Back to the Hawkeye State

Fly to Waterloo
Rally in Waterloo
Rally in Dubuque - accept endorsement of Rep. Collin Peterson
Rally in Cedar Rapids
Rally in Iowa City
Rally in Davenport
Town Halls in Southeast Iowa (Muscatine, Wapello, Mount Pleasant, West Point, Fort Madison)
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« Reply #18 on: October 17, 2021, 02:02:03 PM »

Senator Clinton Campaign Schedule (Sep. 12-24, 2011)

September 12th - 13th | South Carolina

September 12th:
Town hall on tackling the housing crisis in Charleston.
Rally in Charleston with President Bill Clinton
Have dinner at a diner with locals

September 13th:
Barnstorm at local small businesses
Give speech in coffee shop on raising the minimum wage to $12 an hour
Attend campaign office opening in Columbia

September 14th - 15th | Michigan

September 14th:
Attend campaign office opening in Detroit
Rally in Detroit
Town hall in Lansing on rebuilding the economy
Bowl with campaign staff at Bowling Alley

September 15th:
Hold “Women For Hillary” event in Lansing
Visit small businesses in Lansing
Rally in Grand Rapids
Tour shuttered factory in Grand Rapids

September 16th - 18th | Senate Duties
September 19th - 21st | Iowa

September 19th:
Roundtable in Cedar Rapids
Roundtable in Des Moines
Rally in Des Moines

September 20th:
Town hall on creating jobs in Davenport
Rally in Sioux City.
Meet with a family in Sioux City on healthcare coverage

September 21st:
Rally in Dubuque
Read to a local kindergarten class
Give speech to Seniors at a local HS about the importance of voting

September 22nd - 24th | New Hampshire

September 22nd:
Rally in Manchester
Rally in Portsmouth
Town hall in Keene on the opioid epidemic

September 23rd:
Roundtable in Nashua
Town hall in Rochester on Universal Healthcare
Visit local brewery, tour with workers

September 24th:
Hold a birthday party for campaign staffer in Derry
Rally in Derry
Run a BINGO game in local Concord nursing home.
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« Reply #19 on: October 17, 2021, 05:07:51 PM »

Turn Two will end when either iBizbee or MyCool posts their turn and debate responses.
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« Reply #20 on: October 17, 2021, 08:32:05 PM »
« Edited: October 17, 2021, 08:35:36 PM by CentristRepublican »

SENATOR MANCHIN'S STATEMENT ACCEPTING REPRESENTATIVE PETERSON'S ENDORSEMENT

Senator Manchin was honoured this week to accept the endorsement of Representative Collin Peterson of Minnesota in Dubuque, Iowa. Representative Peterson is bipartisan and a centrist. He fights for ordinary, hardworking Americans and has faithfully represented the people of Western Minnesota for twenty years. In a time where Washington grows more partisan and divided and politicians become ideological radicals who refuse to compromise, Representative Peterson has worked across the aisle to serve his district. In this very same spirit, Senator Manchin has served West Virginia, from Charleston to Clarksburg, and he hopes to bring this mindset - one of cordiality, compromise, civility and bipartisanship - to the White House, so we can get America moving after twelve years of partisan control by the GOP. Rep. Peterson realizes that we cannot and will not win a presidential election by being socialists, like Bernie Sanders is, or being an out-of-touch elitist who cares only for the rich, like Hillary Clinton (someone who resorted to negative campaigning immediately after her campaign began), and would like, just as Senator Manchin does, a president for the working class and the middle class. Senator Manchin extends a heartfelt thanks to Representative Peterson, a true fighter for the working class, and someone who embodies Senator Manchin's values, for his endorsement. A vote for Joe Manchin is a vote for the working class, and a vote for moderation, reform, civility and bipartisanship.
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« Reply #21 on: October 18, 2021, 09:58:43 PM »

Kay Bailey Hutchison Campaign Schedule September 12-24th

Meeting of the North Atlantic Council on the Open Skies Treaty by NATO North Atlantic Treaty Organization, on Flickr

September 12-15th: Florida

Fly to Jacksonville
Rally in Jacksonville with Governor Karen Handel
Townhalls in Lake City and Madison
Rally in Tallahassee
Townhall in Blountstown
Rally in Panama City
Tour coastal cities en route to Pensacola
Rally in Pensacola
Visit campaign office in Pensacola

September 16th: Republican Primary Debate

September 16-18th: New Hampshire

Rally in Nashua with Governor Charlie Baker
Visit campaign staff and volunteers in Nashua
Rally in Manchester
Rally in Concord
Rally in Portsmouth

September 19-22nd: Iowa

Fly to Sioux City
Rally in Sioux City introduced by Senator John Thune
Townhalls in small towns en route to Fort Dodge
Visit campaign office in Fort Dodge
Rally in Ames
Rally in Waterloo
Rally in Cedar Rapids
Rally in Iowa City with Governor Mark Kirk

September 23-24th: Nevada

Fly to Las Vegas
Rally in Las Vegas
Rally in Henderson
Townhalls in Las Vegas suburbs
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« Reply #22 on: October 19, 2021, 12:20:02 PM »

We're still waiting on debate responses from MyCool before I begin to close the turn.

For iBizbee and Ishan, the next turn will be your last chance to post something, or I will kick you out.
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« Reply #23 on: October 21, 2021, 09:54:54 AM »

We're still waiting on debate responses from MyCool before I begin to close the turn.

For iBizbee and Ishan, the next turn will be your last chance to post something, or I will kick you out.

I’ll get those debate responses in by tonight! Thanks for the patience, real life has been really hectic this week.
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« Reply #24 on: October 21, 2021, 10:15:34 AM »

We're still waiting on debate responses from MyCool before I begin to close the turn.

For iBizbee and Ishan, the next turn will be your last chance to post something, or I will kick you out.

I’ll get those debate responses in by tonight! Thanks for the patience, real life has been really hectic this week.

Don't worry about it. At least you are remembering to post.
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