Captain 7 months, 1 week ago on Albertsons, Baker Boyer warn of data breach

is there any end to these unlawful hijackings? "The breach only included the name on the credit or debit card along with the card number — not customer account information." um isn't the name and card number considered account information.

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Captain 7 months, 2 weeks ago on Competing gun initiatives already drawing big donations

"I would think someone that is anti GMO would be for I-594" Please elaborate on this statement. Thank you I appreciate the discourse.

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Captain 7 months, 2 weeks ago on Competing gun initiatives already drawing big donations

well, looks like I will never use a Microsoft product again. these are the same bunch of crooks and controllers that paid millions to ensure we did not get the GMO labeling initiative passed here in Washington state. while none of these billionaires would ever dream of eating it. Wheres George Washington? We need him back.

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Captain 8 months, 2 weeks ago on Insider seeks to right Walla Walla County Sheriff’s Office

I am pretty shocked with the Walla Walla Union-Bulletin's coverage of the sheriff race thus far. my goodness what a one sided affair, or as downhillracer stated,"anyone but turner." each week there are at least two anti turner articles, big ones at that. this is incredible. shame on you Union Bulletin

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Captain 11 months, 3 weeks ago on High demand likely to blame for ammo shortage

Hollow points are a blessing in many circumstances when it comes to defending one and ones family, and sometimes a curse. hollow points are far less likely to penetrate walls and hurt third parties. hollow points have far more stopping power if say someone is charging you, as opposed to being shot with a full metal jacket bullet and it may go right through the perp with little initial stopping power. there are many reasons for the economics of hollow points in this country and any other that allows ammuntion sales and purchases.

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Captain 11 months, 3 weeks ago on High demand likely to blame for ammo shortage

The federal government has in fact bought billions of rounds in the last few years. Every caliber you can think of and every type of round, including hollow points. The use of hollow points in war is strictly prohibited as written in the Geneva Convention. This ammo shortage is a combination of federal and civilian purchases.

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