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There really was no list of positives.

Yes, there was.
Prove it.
And one can have a starter list of researchers without advertising. Now, do you have any more evidence of obtuseness you wish to submit?
Yes. How do you wish to start a university without naming it? You know, the question I asked.

The absolute state of this board.
I did ask for more evidence of your obtuseness, so thanks for obliging. I already answered your question with a possibility. For some reason, I understand that it is possible to start a project with necessarily first naming it.
 

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There really was no list of positives.

Yes, there was.
Prove it.

It's in the OP. Bari Weis lists them.

And one can have a starter list of researchers without advertising. Now, do you have any more evidence of obtuseness you wish to submit?
Yes. How do you wish to start a university without naming it? You know, the question I asked.

The absolute state of this board.
I did ask for more evidence of your obtuseness, so thanks for obliging. I already answered your question with a possibility. For some reason, I understand that it is possible to start a project with necessarily first naming it.
Actually it is not possible. Any large, complex, administrative project that requires written and verbal discussion among people needs to be named, even if its a placeholder name until the final name is settled.
 

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heck that's gonna take a lot of money ,not bad for a bunch of dropouts.
 

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There really was no list of positives.

Yes, there was.
Prove it.

It's in the OP. Bari Weis lists them.
All I see in the OP is the "We are sick of complaining..." which is not a positive. So still waiting for actual evidence other than a handwave.
And one can have a starter list of researchers without advertising. Now, do you have any more evidence of obtuseness you wish to submit?
Yes. How do you wish to start a university without naming it? You know, the question I asked.

The absolute state of this board.
I did ask for more evidence of your obtuseness, so thanks for obliging. I already answered your question with a possibility. For some reason, I understand that it is possible to start a project with necessarily first naming it.
Actually it is not possible. Any large, complex, administrative project that requires written and verbal discussion among people needs to be named, even if its a placeholder name until the final name is settled.
You are shifting your stupid goal posts. A formative stage does not necessarily require a name first. Moreover, you have now added the assumptions of a large complex administrative project, when we have no clue what they envision. And, of course, it was possible for them to have more detail worked out before their proclamation. For example, they could have said they already have raised $_______ for this project, and already have _________ lined up as possible instructors.
 

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You are shifting your stupid goal posts. A formative stage does not necessarily require a name first. Moreover, you have now added the assumptions of a large complex administrative project, when we have no clue what they envision. And, of course, it was possible for them to have more detail worked out before their proclamation. For example, they could have said they already have raised $_______ for this project, and already have _________ lined up as possible instructors.
They envision a university, which is a large, complex, administrative project. I really feel you should know this, since you work at one. Do you know how I know they envision a university? Because everyone has their knickers in a twist over the use of the word 'university'.

Also, the OP lists the positives they aspire to. If you cannot read, I cannot help you.
 

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You are shifting your stupid goal posts. A formative stage does not necessarily require a name first. Moreover, you have now added the assumptions of a large complex administrative project, when we have no clue what they envision. And, of course, it was possible for them to have more detail worked out before their proclamation. For example, they could have said they already have raised $_______ for this project, and already have _________ lined up as possible instructors.
They envision a university, which is a large, complex, administrative project. I really feel you should know this, since you work at one. Do you know how I know they envision a university? Because everyone has their knickers in a twist over the use of the word 'university'.
A university need not be large nor complex, especially at a formative stage. I am fairly confident you have no clue what they envision for a university. The source of my confidence is your straw man - my knickers are not in a twist over their use of the word "university", hence your claim is, as usual, rhetorical bullshit.
Also, the OP lists the positives they aspire to. If you cannot read, I cannot help you.
Two chances to provide evidence and you have failed. Even allowing for the vacuous "the fearless search of truth" as a positive, there are not others.
 

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A university need not be large nor complex, especially at a formative stage.
If you say so.

I am fairly confident you have no clue what they envision for a university.
Their vision is in the OP, which apparently you refuse to read.

The source of my confidence is your straw man - my knickers are not in a twist over their use of the word "university", hence your claim is, as usual, rhetorical bullshit.
I'm glad to hear it. laughing dog does not object to The University of Austin calling itself that, even before they establish a program offering degrees. He merely wanted to chastise me for imagining you couldn't form a university without naming it.
 

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Two chances to provide evidence and you have failed. Even allowing for the vacuous "the fearless search of truth" as a positive, there are not others.
Ah, so you did read the OP! Then clearly you can see the positives that they aspire to. Heather E Heying, one of the deceptive co-conspirators, also lists quite a number.

Also, amusing: decrying the positive as 'vacuous'. Good lord, have you seen the mottos of universities? Fiat lux? Under God's Power She Flourishes? From here light and sacred draughts?
 

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ahh.. come on.... homeschooling for adults... who'da thunk of dat?
 

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Two chances to provide evidence and you have failed. Even allowing for the vacuous "the fearless search of truth" as a positive, there are not others.
Ah, so you did read the OP! Then clearly you can see the positives that they aspire to. Heather E Heying, one of the deceptive co-conspirators, also lists quite a number.

Also, amusing: decrying the positive as 'vacuous'. Good lord, have you seen the mottos of universities? Fiat lux? Under God's Power She Flourishes? From here light and sacred draughts?
Three chances and still no evidence but lots of nonsense.

BTW, I am surprised you are ignorant of Prager U.
 

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Two chances to provide evidence and you have failed. Even allowing for the vacuous "the fearless search of truth" as a positive, there are not others.
Ah, so you did read the OP! Then clearly you can see the positives that they aspire to. Heather E Heying, one of the deceptive co-conspirators, also lists quite a number.

Also, amusing: decrying the positive as 'vacuous'. Good lord, have you seen the mottos of universities? Fiat lux? Under God's Power She Flourishes? From here light and sacred draughts?
Three chances and still no evidence but lots of nonsense.

BTW, I am surprised you are ignorant of Prager U.
Three chances to show you can't read. The OP lists some, including the one you dismissed as 'vacuous', and multiple ideals from Heather Heying.

I've heard 'Prager U' referenced but I've never looked it up. I would say it is misleading to call itself a university when it has not, and does not intend to, offer classes to students. But this isn't about Prager U.
 

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Gender ideologists believe that transwomen are women without having taken any medical or social steps at all.

But, the two situations are not nearly alike. Men cannot become women, because mammals cannot change sex. However, new Universities can be formed. It's been done many times before.
There are three layers of gender identity:
  • Chromosomal
  • Somatic
  • Psychological
The three identities usually match, but there are sometimes mismatches, and trans people have somatic-psychological mismatch.
 

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Gender ideologists believe that transwomen are women without having taken any medical or social steps at all.

But, the two situations are not nearly alike. Men cannot become women, because mammals cannot change sex. However, new Universities can be formed. It's been done many times before.
There are three layers of gender identity:
  • Chromosomal
  • Somatic
  • Psychological
The three identities usually match, but there are sometimes mismatches, and trans people have somatic-psychological mismatch.
I haven't heard of a 'three layer' theory before, but gender identity is psychological. So is sexual orientation. My body is not homosexual, my brain is.
 

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@Patooka: at what stage would it be okay for the institution in question to call itself the University of Austin, and what placeholder name do you suggest in the meantime? So that nobody is bamboozled by these obvious charlatans.
Institute or Foundation works pretty well. Calling oneself a university implies a legitimacy one has not earned. And if they genuinely want legitimacy, they should submit their courses to review for independent accreditation.

But in all honesty, I'm not too bent out of shape if they want to call themselves a university. I'm not inflexible when it comes down to word definitions.
 

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Two chances to provide evidence and you have failed. Even allowing for the vacuous "the fearless search of truth" as a positive, there are not others.
Ah, so you did read the OP! Then clearly you can see the positives that they aspire to. Heather E Heying, one of the deceptive co-conspirators, also lists quite a number.

Also, amusing: decrying the positive as 'vacuous'. Good lord, have you seen the mottos of universities? Fiat lux? Under God's Power She Flourishes? From here light and sacred draughts?
Three chances and still no evidence but lots of nonsense.

BTW, I am surprised you are ignorant of Prager U.
Three chances to show you can't read. The OP lists some, including the one you dismissed as 'vacuous', and multiple ideals from Heather Heying.

Still waiting for you to present it. Telling someone go find it is not presenting it.
I've heard 'Prager U' referenced but I've never looked it up. I would say it is misleading to call itself a university when it has not, and does not intend to, offer classes to students. But this isn't about Prager U.
Prager U does have classes but no degrees. It us not a large complex administrative structure.
 

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@Patooka: at what stage would it be okay for the institution in question to call itself the University of Austin, and what placeholder name do you suggest in the meantime? So that nobody is bamboozled by these obvious charlatans.
Institute or Foundation works pretty well. Calling oneself a university implies a legitimacy one has not earned. And if they genuinely want legitimacy, they should submit their courses to review for independent accreditation.
They intend to do so and have developed a timeline.
 

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fake obtuseness... what an admission.
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They intend to do so and have developed a timeline.
I'll believe it when I see it. And considering who the founders are, I'm justified in my skepticism. I can't help but think this university is going to astroturfed like nothing else.
 

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com' on... it's twitter, half them fools need a "university".
 

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They intend to do so and have developed a timeline.
I'll believe it when I see it. And considering who the founders are, I'm justified in my skepticism. I can't help but think this university is going to astroturfed like nothing else.
They've already detailed it. Or do you mean "I'll believe they intend to offer courses only after the courses are already running"?
 

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They intend to do so and have developed a timeline.
I'll believe it when I see it. And considering who the founders are, I'm justified in my skepticism. I can't help but think this university is going to astroturfed like nothing else.
They've already detailed it. Or do you mean "I'll believe they intend to offer courses only after the courses are already running"?
so where are their articles of organization?
 

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You are shifting your stupid goal posts. A formative stage does not necessarily require a name first. Moreover, you have now added the assumptions of a large complex administrative project, when we have no clue what they envision. And, of course, it was possible for them to have more detail worked out before their proclamation. For example, they could have said they already have raised $_______ for this project, and already have _________ lined up as possible instructors.
They envision a university, which is a large, complex, administrative project. I really feel you should know this, since you work at one. Do you know how I know they envision a university? Because everyone has their knickers in a twist over the use of the word 'university'.

Also, the OP lists the positives they aspire to. If you cannot read, I cannot help you.
The problem here is there is no plan. You don't go soliciting donations for a dream.
 

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You are shifting your stupid goal posts. A formative stage does not necessarily require a name first. Moreover, you have now added the assumptions of a large complex administrative project, when we have no clue what they envision. And, of course, it was possible for them to have more detail worked out before their proclamation. For example, they could have said they already have raised $_______ for this project, and already have _________ lined up as possible instructors.
They envision a university, which is a large, complex, administrative project. I really feel you should know this, since you work at one. Do you know how I know they envision a university? Because everyone has their knickers in a twist over the use of the word 'university'.

Also, the OP lists the positives they aspire to. If you cannot read, I cannot help you.
The problem here is there is no plan. You don't go soliciting donations for a dream.
They do have a plan and they've provided information on it.
 

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Given your proclivities for precision I would have thought you'd know the difference between information and insipid platitudes.
They do have a plan and have provided information on it. Of course, since the instant, visceral, and prejudiced response of nearly everybody on this board to the announcement, I'm not surprised no effort has been made to seek it out.

It plans to accept graduate students next year and undergraduate students by 2024.
 

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Austin already has a university. It's called The University of Texas at Austin. You know how much time elapsed between when The University of Texas at Austin was established and started accumulating its endowment, and when it enrolled its first class of college students? Twenty-five years. I think it's only fair we give the new guys on the block a little time to get up and running before we start calling them grifters.
 

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What is this supposed to establish?
That there is no such business.
Oy gevalt.

Most private and public universities in America are not for profits and are not on such a register.
this^ is incorrect
yes, this was a cursory search, the email is there for your entertainment...
View attachment 36034

Wow.

We had suspected for a long time that the University of Texas, Austin was nothing more than a front for the University of Texas, Austin Student Golf Club, but never had the smoking gun to prove it until now.

Thank you for your vigilance in tracking this down, citizen. Your country thanks you.
 

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What is this supposed to establish?
That there is no such business.
Oy gevalt.

Most private and public universities in America are not for profits and are not on such a register.
this^ is incorrect
yes, this was a cursory search, the email is there for your entertainment...
View attachment 36034

Wow.

We had suspected for a long time that the University of Texas, Austin was nothing more than a front for the University of Texas, Austin Student Golf Club, but never had the smoking gun to prove it until now.

Thank you for your vigilance in tracking this down, citizen. Your country thanks you.
hehe english I am sure it is offered locally in YOUR region.

cursory
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the point is there is a database for non profits... a cursory search is not thorough although the URL was there AND the EMAIL
seriously, is serious an english word....does it matter?
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What is this supposed to establish?
That there is no such business.
Oy gevalt.

Most private and public universities in America are not for profits and are not on such a register.
this^ is incorrect
yes, this was a cursory search, the email is there for your entertainment...
View attachment 36034

Wow.

We had suspected for a long time that the University of Texas, Austin was nothing more than a front for the University of Texas, Austin Student Golf Club, but never had the smoking gun to prove it until now.

Thank you for your vigilance in tracking this down, citizen. Your country thanks you.
hehe english I am sure it is offered locally in YOUR region.

cursory
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Ironically enough, a more cursory search would have kept you from looking absurd:

UTXTaxes.png

2 minutes on Google and looking through the University of Austin's website would be sufficient to tell you the name of the taxable entity that the donations are currently going to in order to manage funds for the project. That entity is on the tax list.

As to whether or not one should believe that entity is organizing a university as advertised or is a complete scam, I have no solid basis on which to speculate.
 

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What is this supposed to establish?
That there is no such business.
Oy gevalt.

Most private and public universities in America are not for profits and are not on such a register.
this^ is incorrect
yes, this was a cursory search, the email is there for your entertainment...
View attachment 36034

Wow.

We had suspected for a long time that the University of Texas, Austin was nothing more than a front for the University of Texas, Austin Student Golf Club, but never had the smoking gun to prove it until now.

Thank you for your vigilance in tracking this down, citizen. Your country thanks you.
hehe english I am sure it is offered locally in YOUR region.

cursory
View attachment 36036
Ironically enough, a more cursory search would have kept you from looking absurd:

View attachment 36041

2 minutes on Google and looking through the University of Austin's website would be sufficient to tell you the name of the taxable entity that the donations are currently going to in order to manage funds for the project. That entity is on the tax list.

As to whether or not one should believe that entity is organizing a university as advertised or is a complete scam, I have no solid basis on which to speculate.
I do not see University of Austin in that list you just posted to establish this claim. Maybe go back and take another two minutes?

There is University of Texas AT Austin, but that is not University of Austin.
 

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What is this supposed to establish?
That there is no such business.
Oy gevalt.

Most private and public universities in America are not for profits and are not on such a register.
this^ is incorrect
yes, this was a cursory search, the email is there for your entertainment...
View attachment 36034

Wow.

We had suspected for a long time that the University of Texas, Austin was nothing more than a front for the University of Texas, Austin Student Golf Club, but never had the smoking gun to prove it until now.

Thank you for your vigilance in tracking this down, citizen. Your country thanks you.
hehe english I am sure it is offered locally in YOUR region.

cursory
View attachment 36036
Ironically enough, a more cursory search would have kept you from looking absurd:

View attachment 36041

2 minutes on Google and looking through the University of Austin's website would be sufficient to tell you the name of the taxable entity that the donations are currently going to in order to manage funds for the project. That entity is on the tax list.

As to whether or not one should believe that entity is organizing a university as advertised or is a complete scam, I have no solid basis on which to speculate.
I do not see University of Austin in that list you just posted to establish this claim. Maybe go back and take another two minutes?

There is University of Texas AT Austin, but that is not University of Austin.
The list I posted above was not posted to establish the claim I made afterwards. It was posted as a show of good faith to establish @none's argument on more solid ground than they did.

The University of Austin's website is here.

The form to search the tax list is here.

Between those two links, it is possible to find the taxable entity that donations are going to and confirm that it is such a taxable entity in the state of Texas. This can be easily done.

If nobody else does it, then I'll do it in a bit, post about it, and slightly lower my expectations moving forward.
 

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What is this supposed to establish?
That there is no such business.
Oy gevalt.

Most private and public universities in America are not for profits and are not on such a register.
this^ is incorrect
yes, this was a cursory search, the email is there for your entertainment...
View attachment 36034

Wow.

We had suspected for a long time that the University of Texas, Austin was nothing more than a front for the University of Texas, Austin Student Golf Club, but never had the smoking gun to prove it until now.

Thank you for your vigilance in tracking this down, citizen. Your country thanks you.
hehe english I am sure it is offered locally in YOUR region.

cursory
View attachment 36036
Ironically enough, a more cursory search would have kept you from looking absurd:

View attachment 36041

2 minutes on Google and looking through the University of Austin's website would be sufficient to tell you the name of the taxable entity that the donations are currently going to in order to manage funds for the project. That entity is on the tax list.

As to whether or not one should believe that entity is organizing a university as advertised or is a complete scam, I have no solid basis on which to speculate.
a mere cursory search is not as through as a detailed informed cursory search.
but yeah, I appreciate the credit having spurred you to cursory search beyond the cursory.
anyways... it would be nice to just be able to cp the clipboard buffer directly into this rich formatting field without having to click around on the interface... but hey that is just cursory.... lol
 

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What is this supposed to establish?
That there is no such business.
Oy gevalt.

Most private and public universities in America are not for profits and are not on such a register.
this^ is incorrect
yes, this was a cursory search, the email is there for your entertainment...
View attachment 36034

Wow.

We had suspected for a long time that the University of Texas, Austin was nothing more than a front for the University of Texas, Austin Student Golf Club, but never had the smoking gun to prove it until now.

Thank you for your vigilance in tracking this down, citizen. Your country thanks you.
hehe english I am sure it is offered locally in YOUR region.

cursory
View attachment 36036
Ironically enough, a more cursory search would have kept you from looking absurd:

View attachment 36041

2 minutes on Google and looking through the University of Austin's website would be sufficient to tell you the name of the taxable entity that the donations are currently going to in order to manage funds for the project. That entity is on the tax list.

As to whether or not one should believe that entity is organizing a university as advertised or is a complete scam, I have no solid basis on which to speculate.
I do not see University of Austin in that list you just posted to establish this claim. Maybe go back and take another two minutes?

There is University of Texas AT Austin, but that is not University of Austin.
The list I posted above was not posted to establish the claim I made afterwards. It was posted as a show of good faith to establish @none's argument on more solid ground than they did.

The University of Austin's website is here.

The form to search the tax list is here.

Between those two links, it is possible to find the taxable entity that donations are going to and confirm that it is such a taxable entity in the state of Texas. This can be easily done.

If nobody else does it, then I'll do it in a bit, post about it, and slightly lower my expectations moving forward.
Then you can do the two minutes of work if you wish to be believed. I'm not going to, nor should anyone else feel compelled to, operate an IRS website that may or may not actually contain the information you claim it does.

You make the claim, you justify it.
 

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um yeah... apparently the sos of texas is reporting that MANY... yeah pretty much every non-profit.. registers...
so yeah, there it is...
 

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Then you can do the two minutes of work if you wish to be believed. I'm not going to, nor should anyone else feel compelled to, operate an IRS website that may or may not actually contain the information you claim it does.

You make the claim, you justify it.

That's disappointing, but not surprising.

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geesh, you knew where to look... how to look.... and when too look... this whole time???
eeck, must be theatrical around "heres"....
 

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Given your proclivities for precision I would have thought you'd know the difference between information and insipid platitudes.
They do have a plan and have provided information on it. Of course, since the instant, visceral, and prejudiced response of nearly everybody on this board to the announcement, I'm not surprised no effort has been made to seek it out.

It plans to accept graduate students next year and undergraduate students by 2024.

Check your own source! Look at the section "Reception".
 

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Given your proclivities for precision I would have thought you'd know the difference between information and insipid platitudes.
They do have a plan and have provided information on it. Of course, since the instant, visceral, and prejudiced response of nearly everybody on this board to the announcement, I'm not surprised no effort has been made to seek it out.

It plans to accept graduate students next year and undergraduate students by 2024.

Check your own source! Look at the section "Reception".
Check my own source what?

What about the 'Reception' part? That leftists immediately, reflexively, and hysterically screamed that it was a grift? I already knew that they had done that.
 

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What about the 'Reception' part? That leftists immediately, reflexively, and hysterically screamed that it was a grift? I already knew that they had done that.
I have the rather controversial opinion that plans should be at least longer and more comprehensive than what is written in a fortune cookie, The University of Austin has failed to achieve this. That's I way I described their attempt as insipid platitudes. Valid criticism in my opinion.
 

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Given your proclivities for precision I would have thought you'd know the difference between information and insipid platitudes.
They do have a plan and have provided information on it. Of course, since the instant, visceral, and prejudiced response of nearly everybody on this board to the announcement, I'm not surprised no effort has been made to seek it out.

It plans to accept graduate students next year and undergraduate students by 2024.

Check your own source! Look at the section "Reception".
Check my own source what?

What about the 'Reception' part? That leftists immediately, reflexively, and hysterically screamed that it was a grift? I already knew that they had done that.
It still sounds like you haven't read what's in that section.
 
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