¿Spin?

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« Five men in La Gran Via each believe Judge Kavanaugh and discredit Prof. Ford: ONE: Ford did not know if her lie detector test was on the day of her grandma’s funeral or the day after TWO: selective fear of flying. THREE: the inconsistency of the professor’s friend. One of the men used, “twister her answer”, but when I pressed for his assessment of her spinning her answers in total he diverted. My point was the faults of the Professor’s testimony are numerous, but I think there is little or no case the professor was spinning or being evasive. Though my cafe-man amigo would not agree, he sort of agreed by default that spinning was not pervasive. Another man of the fivesome was the only one who would hear my case for fear of flying. Each of us told of people in our lives with irrational fears. My, a niece who fears flying, and his wife who fears heights. These fears are not rational, and we agreed the: “selective fear of flying” could be disregarded, so that was my exit. I passed the other four, and said, “You’re coworker has been persuaded”, and “we’ve got eight hours with him” was the reply. »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us

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middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel
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