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NEVER was a series of professional wrestling events held by New Japan Pro Wrestling between August 2010 and November 2012. On July 12, 2010, NJPW officially announced the NEVER project, which was to highlight younger up-and-coming talent and outside...  wrestlers not signed to the promotion. It was explained that the name of the project was an acronym of the terms "New Blood", "Evolution", "Valiantly", "Eternal" and "Radical". For the events, NJPW recruited several freelancers as well as wrestlers signed to promotions such as Dramatic Dream Team and Kaientai Dojo. Some outsiders who became NEVER regulars included Daisuke Sasaki, Kaji Tomato, Madoka, Ryuichi Sekine and Shinobu. Kushida, who entered NEVER as a representative of the Smash promotion in February 2011, signed a NJPW contract the following month and returned to the project the following September, now representing NJPW. Three NJPW trainees; Hiromu Takahashi, Sho Tanaka and Yohei Komatsu, made their professional wrestling debuts at NEVER events. Takahashi, who debuted at NEVER.1, was the only wrestler who wrestled on all thirteen NEVER events   more
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NOt corporate, welfare for unwed mothers

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Sarra says2015-08-31T00:29:42.1688047Z
Can you specify? Are you talking about the $91 billion / year of welfare that big businesses receive or the $59 billion / year of welfare that all poor programs combined receive or both? (or are you referring to a country other than America?)
TBR says2015-08-31T00:30:59.0148973Z
See above ^^
ramm55 says2015-08-31T00:36:06.2094403Z
I am speaking of America in regards to the fact that Republicans want a "balanced budget" by cutting welfare, WIC, SS, Disability Veterans, Food Stamps and SSI, but hold the ground that abortion and even birth control are evil, so more specifically, should these programs be cut according to the right while the right wants more and more children born with no help available to them? We do not have this problem in Germany, no.
Vox_Veritas says2015-08-31T01:52:53.2491986Z
Both corporate and poor persons' welfare.
Vox_Veritas says2015-08-31T01:56:45.2547571Z
Sarra's figures are misleading, though. Medicaid should count as welfare, in which case it's a MUCH higher figure than what he/she stated.
ramm55 says2015-08-31T15:10:20.3551033Z
Well still no one has really answered the question so I am guessing know one knows

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