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Can I use other paints and cleaners on my paint?
You are welcome to use other products to help clean or modify your paint. Just make sure to wash any paint you decide to use well by using your soap and water.
If my paint is damaged or broken, it may cost me $50 to have it fixed. What will happen if I don’t fix it?
If the damage is significant enough to affect its functionality, you may have to pay extra for an outside repair, which may cost you $50 or more. If the damage occurs after it has been painted, or if an expensive repair is not available, you may be able to make a claim within six (6) months of the damage.
S.B. 1063 provides a mechanism for the District Court, in exceptional instances, to issue subpoenas in connection with investigations of criminal activity affecting interstate commerce.
The New York Times just released its full and damning findings on Russia’s role in the 2016 election and how the Kremlin orchestrated it—and what that means for our country.
The Times editorial says, “It’s impossible to know how many Americans are now aware of the relationship between the Kremlin-linked companies that provided Russian propaganda machines with tens of millions of dollars and tens of thousands of Americans to disseminate propaganda to the American public.” While it’s hard to know exactly how many Americans hear the term “disinformation” from the Times (many of whom have been told that it means “fake news”), it certainly seems high.
This story and article, as well as the Times’ recent cover note, both focus on how American voters were duped—and not necessarily duped by an “election-related” Russian narrative. It’s called “hacking,” and it works by having your information, the people you’re trying to persuade, lie to you. Here is a sampling of how it’s supposed to work:
The information you get is “disinforming,” or misleading you. For example, the Times wrote of how the ads helped to “foster distrust and confusion about who was behind
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