General Discussion, Friday, November 18, 2016

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  1. czarowniczy says:

    Ecclesiastes 10:2 “The heart of the wise inclines to the right, but the heart of the fool to the left.”

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  2. texan59 says:

    It’s here boys and girls. Another Finally Friday is upon us. Rejoice and coffee up y’all. 🙂

    Liked by 8 people

  3. texan59 says:

    Since everyone seemed a bit discombobulated around here today, I thought I’d throw this up to hepp ya’z out. 😆

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  4. MaryfromMarin says:

    ^^^ Pomegranates? Persimmons? ^^^

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  5. MaryfromMarin says:

    The greatly-feared Turkeyleaks:

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  6. lovely says:

    Please pray for Former Miss Wisconsin, Melissa & her son. She said it was so very important for her to know she was leaving her son a better world if she could help get Trump elected. Melissa was so full of joy Nov. 8th. There is a heartbreaking video of Melissa crying tears of our joy when she learns that Trump won the election but I cannot find the video. .

    Trump promised Melissa that he would take care of her young son Jack.

    SAD NEWS: Health Of Melissa Young, Fmr. Miss Wisconsin And Vocal Trump Supporter, Takes Turn For The Worse

    http://www.hannity.com/articles/election-493995/sad-news-health-of-melissa-young-15312086/

    I had the honor of seeing her in Janesville WI.

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    • What an amazing woman. My heart breaks for her and that sweet boy. She has fought valiantly and she has given so much. I’m thankful that our new president will make sure her child is well cared for, he’s a truly honorable man. Prayers for comfort and peace of mind for her.

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    • czarowniczy says:

      “…caused by medical negligence…” medical mistakes, third leading cause of preventable deaths in the US. That recent report, unlike what the doctors try and tell you, was not an anomalous blip on the paranoia radar screen, it was a redux of a 1999 report that was done to see if things got better in the intervening 15 years…nope.
      You pays your money and you takes your chances, step up and roll the medical dice.

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      • lovely says:

        She begged her OB to run different test because she knew her body was shouting down. Nah what does a silly lay person know.

        So sad.

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        • czarowniczy says:

          I am arguing with my new doc as the Organization is pushing to get every one of those pieces of Medicare billing gravy-tests run first. Never had them push those tests the day before I got on to Medicare, day after they’re like rabid dogs.

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          • lovely says:

            My mom gets the same thing. You need this, this and that.

            Is there any possibility of you being pregnant? No no there is not not. No there is not a law that makes you give a 77 year old women a pregnancy test to satisfy your insurance requirements to have Medicare pay for a test that could be harmful to a fetus.

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  7. Menagerie says:

    Happy Friday! Stella, this is another great picture. It makes me smile.

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  8. stella says:

    1883
    Railroads create the first time zones

    http://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/railroads-create-the-first-time-zones

    At exactly noon on this day, American and Canadian railroads begin using four continental time zones to end the confusion of dealing with thousands of local times. The bold move was emblematic of the power shared by the railroad companies.

    The need for continental time zones stemmed directly from the problems of moving passengers and freight over the thousands of miles of rail line that covered North America by the 1880s. Since human beings had first begun keeping track of time, they set their clocks to the local movement of the sun. Even as late as the 1880s, most towns in the U.S. had their own local time, generally based on “high noon,” or the time when the sun was at its highest point in the sky. As railroads began to shrink the travel time between cities from days or months to mere hours, however, these local times became a scheduling nightmare. Railroad timetables in major cities listed dozens of different arrival and departure times for the same train, each linked to a different local time zone…

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  9. stella says:

    This is a very interesting (and LONG) piece about whether or not Trump is a racist. The author doesn’t like Trump, and supported Hillary Clinton for President, which makes it particularly interesting. He also say why falsely calling Trump and his supporters violent, hateful, racists is dangerous; in his words, crying wolf. Description by a FB friend: “the article is long, requires actual reading, and has numbers and graphs. It demonstrates what other serious researchers have also concluded: the number of white supremacists, KKK members and neo Nazis in the US is miniscule — under 50,000. You are choosing to be deluded. ”

    You Are Still Crying Wolf

    http://slatestarcodex.com/2016/11/16/you-are-still-crying-wolf/

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    • amwick says:

      Watching all the reports of the whining college students, I thought back to my own college. A tiny place in upstate NY… I took a class on something about the environment, the one thing I remember the professor saying over and over is that “if you are not part of the solution, you are part of the problem.” This is pretty much the opposite of what is going on, these kids face a problem and are encouraged to curl up and cry…. SMH.

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      • Menagerie says:

        I had a priest once who gave one sermon I will never forget. He said before you tear something down, be sure you have a solution for how to rebuild it, and that you are actually going to do the work required to replace what you tore up. It started as a way to address problems in the parish, but he was wise enough to expand the thought.

        It is the most memorable sermon I’ve ever heard, given by a priest who wasn’t a great speaker, and he was on the other end of the spectrum from me politically and theologically, but he was dead on. Everyone has a little good advice or wisdom to impart.

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      • nyetneetot says:

        They are being told the protests and riots are the solution.

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        • stella says:

          I think most of them are driven by “virtue signalling” (discussed yesterday), or “virtue raging”.

          They care.

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          • nyetneetot says:

            Reading that book from the 1790’s, John Robison wrote that the youth get attracted by the sense of belonging to an insiders club, by knowing some secret.
            All the people who are older, working, raising families, and have wealth are the sheep that don’t know the secrets of the universe that they were shown in the university.
            In fact there are even books from ancient Rome written in verse, that tell youth to stop listening to their university professors, grow up, and go get a job.

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    • lovely says:

      Very good article.

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    • czarowniczy says:

      Problem is the definition of racist to the Left has all of the objectivity of fog. They can twist the definition to meet their needs – who cares whom they call racist?

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    • lovely says:

      I had to go back and re-read Alexander’s article because his dichotomy of truth is just so fascinating.

      He is in the mental health field, it seems a therapist (Master’s degree) at the very least.

      Rhetoric that he has possibly pushed or passively accepted as justifiable means to an end to one degree or another has landed two of his own patients at his feet with suicide ideation which has forced him to step back from the more shrill and dangerous acrimony of the Left and try to look at it objectively through his subjective glasses.

      Alexander continues to promote a false narrative about Trump because his liberal mind will allow him to do nothing else.

      Alexander sees the danger that, as he sees them, nameless well intentioned right fighters, are causing by screaming fire in a crowded theater when some nèer-do-well has naughtily only lit up a cigarette, but Alexander still manages to be lost in the Trump-phobia that defines the very people he is begging to step back from the rhetoric.

      I am thoroughly impressed with Alexander’s attempt to talk the wolf criers off the ledge of nincompoopery and his use of statistics and willingness to bring a rational argument against the charge of Trump being “the first openly white supremacist to be elected president” and a man whose very existence is an imminent danger to the very life of each and every member of the LGBT community.

      Alexander does not seem concerned with the vitriol and violent protest because of the inflammatory vitriol and violence against Trump and his supporters so much in and of itself, but rather he seems against the narrative because it is causing good people (non Trump supporters) to be fearful. Even suicidal.

      But Alexander is so entrenched within his world view that his warning is not so much about the danger of mindlessly following hysterical headlines and Tweets because that level of Goose Stepping is in and of itself a grave danger to a free society but rather it seems that the effect of this Goose Stepping is negatively affecting weak-minded and or mentally delicate people. And that is the problem that Alexander is trying to address. He is upset about a branch not the root.

      Alexander fears that mis-labeling Trump as an overt racist and homophobe may more easily pave the way for a truly overt racist homophobe to come into power because over using those words drains them of their power. News flash for Mr. Alexander, the Left has mis-used the word racist so often and inappropriately attached -phobic to so many things that those words for all practical purposes have lost any credibility when they are leveled against almost anyone.

      Alexander’s whole argument is with the use of words. He argues that even though Trump is divisive, using identity politics and a generally terrible person that Trump is not openly a white supremacist nor does Trump want to kill gays. Trump in Alexander’s mind is likely simply a run of the mill racist in the image of both Romney and McCain.

      Alexander is seeing the fruit of the inflammatory words of the Left in his practice. And it makes him uncomfortable. Yet Alexander still allows those same people who have made people suicidal by their Alinskyeque methods to lead Alexander to proclaim that Trump is a terrible, crazy, divisive average racist.

      Alexander’s words about his Leftist bedmates.

      “The logic is flawless, it’s just that you’re wrong about everything.”

      Alexander’s logic about the rhetoric of the Left making mentally unstable people fear for their lives to the point of having suicidal thoughts is flawless, it is just that Alexander is wrong in every way that within Trump is an underlying intrinsic racism, terribleness, homophobic, malicious divisiveness. Those predilections have been suggested by Trumps’s words or behavior.

      The mental breakdown of people, the tears, the violence are all exclusive fruits of the Left’s dangerous malicious rhetoric. Alexander needs look no further than President Obama for the violent rioters biggest visible cheerleader or the mentally unbalanced biggest agitator.

      Trump can no more easily control the Left purposely misconstruing his words than the Left can tell the truth about who Trump really is as a human being.

      The Left stands alone in driving the mentally delicate to madness, violence, and suicide (if any have occurred because of unfounded fear of a Trump presidency) and suicide ideation.

      Alexander is very delicately defending Trump against the most grievous malevolent charges leveled against him by the disingenuous Left, to Alexander’s credit it seems that somewhere in his conscience these words are echoing,

      “Also I will, according to my ability and judgment, prescribe a regimen for the health of the sick; but I will utterly reject harm and mischief”

      I wonder if Alexander can get out of the quagmire of liberal thought that still is wrapped firmly around his ankles. If he can, he may be a real force of good for the world, especially the mentally unwell who he has an obligation both professional and moral to be a caretaker of.

      I give Mr. Alexander a bravo but no standing ovation. Wake up Mr. Alexander.

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    • Wooly Phlox says:

      “I’ve come to realize that the biggest problem anywhere in the world, is that people’s perceptions of reality are compulsively filtered through the screening mesh of what they want and do not want to be true.” -Travis Walton

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  10. lovely says:

    Beautiful picture Stella. Good morning everyone.

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  11. amwick says:

    Clear and sunny here. What a relief. We might get to the beach for a walk…. Even my sweet old dog is feeling better.

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  12. nyetneetot says:

    Mornin’ stella! (Smiter of those that ought to be smote) 😎 🍸 (Long Island Iced Tea)
    Mornin’ WeeWeed! (Master Mixologist Extrodinare) 😎 🍸 (Old Fashioned)
    Mornin’ Menagerie! 😎 |_| |_| |_| |_| |_| |_| |_| |_| |_| |_| |_| |_| |_| |_| |_| |_| (Jack Daniels – Single Barrel )
    Mornin’ Ad rem! (Queen Felis catus) 🐱 🍸 (Flaming Lamborghini)
    Mornin’ Sharon! 😎 🍸 (earthquake)
    Mornin’ ytz4mee! 😎 🍸 (cosmopolitan)
    Mornin’ waltzingmtilda! 🙂 🍸 (white wine and perrier)
    Mornin’ partyzantski! 🙂 |_| (Tom Collins)
    Mornin’ texan59! 🙂 |_| (Black & Tan)
    Mornin’ ZurichMike! 🙂 🍸 (fuzzy navel)
    Mornin’ Col.(R) Ken! (hand salute) 🙂 |_| (Boilermaker)
    Mornin’ Czarina! 🙂 🍸 (Lynchburg Lemonade)
    Mornin’ czarowniczy! 🙂 |_| (Wild Turkey Rare Breed)
    Mornin’ letjusticeprevail2014! 🙂 |_| (Irish Car Bomb)
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    Mornin’ tessa50! 🙂 🍸 (flaming volcano)
    Mornin’ waltzingmtilda! 🙂 🍸 (sidecar)
    Mornin’ varsityward! 🙂 |_| (Godfather)
    Mornin’ MaryfromMarin! 😀 |_| (Mortlach)
    Mornin’ Wooly Phlox! (aka “taqiyyologist”) 🙂 |_| (Roy Rogers)
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    Mornin’ TwoLaine! 🙂 |_| (Gin & Tonic)
    Mornin’ Sha! 🙂 🍸 (Lemon Drop)
    Mornin’ BigMamaTEA! 🙂 🍸 (Harvey Wallbanger)
    Mornin’ cetera5! (aka “Cetera”) 🙂 |_| (Blackberry wine)
    Mornin’ The Tundra PA! 🙂 🍸 (bailey irish cream on the rocks)
    Mornin’ lovely! 🙂 |_| (Backdraft)
    Mornin’ michellc! 🙂 🍸 (Salty dog)
    Mornin’ auscitizenmom! 🙂 🍸 (Kiss on the Lips)
    Mornin’ Margaret-Ann! 🙂 🍸 (White Russian)
    Mornin’ Auntie Lib! 🙂 🍸 (Tom and Jerry)
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    Mornin’ Pam! 🙂 (Not even water)
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    Mornin’ Ms. Cindy! (aka “Ms Cynlynn” aka “ms cynlynn”) 🙂 🍸 (1970 ducru beaucaillou)
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    Mornin’ amwick! 🙂 🍸 (Blue motorcycle)
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    Mornin’ Sloth1963! 🙂 🍸 (1971 Moulin Touchais)
    Mornin’ MTeresa! (Ex-lurker) 🙂 |_| (Albanian Raki Moskat)
    Mornin’ whiners and complainers! 😛 (No drink for you!)
    Mornin’ to people posting that I missed. 😳
    Mornin’ to all you lurkers! 😕

    Also just in case someday; mornin’ to Elvis Chupacabra, F.D.R. in Hell and sundance! :mrgreen:

    Breakfast!

    NEW and IMPROVED breakfast with extra bacon for ZurichMike!

    Doughnuts and coffee!

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  13. stella says:

    Seen on Facebook:

    Wretchard T. Cat
    8 mins ·

    One inescapable drawback of globalization is that it requires, actually requires foreign intervention in “internal affairs”. That’s why joining the EU meant Brussels made British law; Brussels controlled UK borders. That’s why the Iran deal was made in the UN and not in the Senate. John Podesta is a lobbyist for the Saudis. Someone has to represent their interests in the US government.

    You can say “this is good in the net”. But there are some minor side effects. One of them is that foreign powers take an interest in elections. They try to influence them in any way they can. So when we say Putin interfered with the election one can resist this, but it shouldn’t be surprising.

    Once the electorate understand the side effects of integration, transnational institutions and a world order they may adjust the dose. This is what the UK did with Brexit. They didn’t “leave” Europe completely, but they did adjust the terms.

    President Obama himself said that globalization needed adjustment. But he still sees adjustment in terms of more international regulation. He doesn’t get that it’s the international regulations themselves that are the source of internal interference. It’s the tight coupling that does it. If you want more sovereignty, you must loosen the coupling and allow for more, not less subsidiarity.

    Imagine there’s no countries
    It isn’t hard to do
    Nothing to kill or die for
    And no religion too
    Imagine all the people living life in peace

    Under Putin.

    Wretchard T. Cat is Richard Fernandez, who writes for PJ Media/Belmont Club.

    https://pjmedia.com/richardfernandez/

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    • Wooly Phlox says:

      It was Rush Limbaugh who said, years ago, that the Progs think that “Peace is the absence of conflict.”

      Ergo: North Korea and Soviet Russia were peaceful.

      I don’t know who it was who opined, “You should be careful what you wish for.”

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  14. stella says:

    Seen on Facebook:

    BREAKING: Trump offers AG to Jeff Sessions.

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  15. amwick says:

    BTW just heard that Sessions will be AG… hope that is right..

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    • amwick says:

      I can see that I should refresh before posting… but great news anyway..

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      • nyetneetot says:

        Like the live feed is letting me find anything. But wow. Quite the language over there.

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      • czarowniczy says:

        I’d definitely love to get a ticket to the CRS office Christmas party.

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        • Col(R) Ken says:

          I’ll take one, and I’ll fill Complaints against all of those so call civil rights snowflakes…..

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        • Col(R) Ken says:

          Czar, had just finished reading your comment yesterday on my experience with Thanksgiving and I’ll add Christmas dinners. Then all hell broke loose. The electrical sub station blew up, telephone switching station and mrico wave tower fried. The serge of power thru the lines, melted my power panel. House filled with that electrical smell of fire. Use two fire extinguishers, panel was gone, main breakers/ground did there job. Working thru the night, everything is now good to go. Can’t wait for this bill, informed home owners, and adjuster with stop by. I think you and I share the same insurance company. I think we share the same company, in Texas…….

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          • Col(R) Ken says:

            All I’ll say about military thanksgiving/Christmas dinners is this; hope/wish/pray you are in garrison…….

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            • stella says:

              A friend of mine was in infantry, then a medic, in Vietnam. He said that they all got food poisoning from their Thanksgiving meal.

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              • Col(R) Ken says:

                Yeah, had that in RVN, and many other experiences that I could talk about, but I might be smited…….
                best Thanksgiving and Christmas meals were in ’90. Hot, good, fulfilling and on time!! Was a 48 hour food fest….. No “T” rats, everything was fresh.

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          • czarowniczy says:

            Yeah, I got State Farm…can’t say much for the company but worship the ground my local agent walks on, his office goes over backwards to help.
            If you don’t have one look at getting a whole-house surge suppressor put into your panel. We have boucoup lightening storms so I sweat a strike. Whole-house may save you insurance cash and your company may now help may to put one in.

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            • John Denney says:

              Um, Ben Franklin invented this thing called a lightning rod. All the barns in Iowa had them when I was a kid.

              I never saw such violent lightning storms as what I witnessed while stationed at Eglin AFB. One dark and stormy night I was alone in the middle of reading “The Exorcist” when a bolt struck just outside the heavy double metal doors with the wire reinforced glass and pneumatic closers, blowing the doors open, and a cloud of smoke rolled in. That was scary.

              Months later on duty at a different building, a strike fried the teletype wires.

              Yet I never saw any lightning rods installed.

              What am I missing?

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              • John Denney says:

                Oh. Sandy dry soil isn’t conductive enough for an 8 foot copper rod driven into the ground to actually work as an electrical ground.

                http://publish-www-ufl.wcm.osg.ufl.edu/news—archive/archive/2002/08/in-southeast-ground-rods-may-not-protect-homes-against-lightning.html

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                • Wooly Phlox says:

                  So… why not a 20-foot copper rod? 50? 100?

                  I don’t get it, either. Pretend it’s a well and you’re looking for a water source.

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              • czarowniczy says:

                We don’t need lightening rods, the trees we have do the job We lose two or so a year, you can see the rips right down the bark where the sap heated to steam and blew it out. Got one old girl that’s at least 60 years old, has been hit a few times and has ridden out around three major hurricanes. God’s own lightening rods.

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                • Wooly Phlox says:

                  In Covert, MI, where I lived as a child, I saw the aftermath of a tree that got completely exploded by lightning. There was perfect lath-wood all over the road. Some of the pieces were over 15 feet long. Pre-Sheetrock™ we could have used them for lath-and-plaster walls, they were that perfect.

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                  • czarowniczy says:

                    I’ve seen some good hardwood tree explosions but my tallest ones are pines and they just get this neat rip snaking down the bark then die off, becoming woodpecker construction projects.

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                • Wooly Phlox says:

                  I grew up on Lake Michigan, and never found a Fulgurite. I’m guessing it’s because being this far North, our lightning isn’t high-voltage enough to melt the sand.

                  We don’t have ball lightning, either, Thank God. That stuff digs trenches.

                  Yeah, I like living this far north. Our spiders and snakes are smaller, too.

                  Folks near the equator call our lightning “sparks”.

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                  • czarowniczy says:

                    Never found melted sand in Egypt, either. Found petrified wood, geodes, landmines, unexploded ordnance, usual Mideast souvenirs…
                    Yeah, I can remember some really spectacular lightening in Panama, used to be up on Quarry Heights where, while sipping a glass of white rum on ice, we got a bird’s eye view. Not much else to do there then that didn’t require antibiotics within two weeks.

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              • Col(R) Ken says:

                Been to Eglin, early 80s, Ranger School, winter time…..cold, but not cold enough!!!!!

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            • Col(R) Ken says:

              Good tip, Thanks

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  16. czarowniczy says:

    Trump has also offered Mike Pompeo the DCI’s post. Expect there to be a booming business at The Farm as new the Company goes back to its primary business of being proactive i keeping America safe. The POtuS’s policy of treating jihad as a moving traffic infraction’s a gawn pucawn.

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  17. WeeWeed says:

    Mornin’ y’all!

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  18. czarowniczy says:

    Got up earlier than usual this AM, two dogs and one cat decided that I’d really slept enough. While the morning coffee was brewing I flip on the boob tube and there was a commercial for a NOLA low-income medical group offering those ‘in danger’ of contracting HIV access to a daily pill, covered under Medicaid/Medicare/Obamacare, that will reduce the possibilities of the taker contracting HIV. Cost is somewhere around $1500 per month per patient.
    We are assured that the expenditure of monies for party pills will reduces the costs of treating infectees by some undetermined amount at some undetermined point in the future and that subsidizing risky behaviors (now determined to be a right, if not sacrament) is the right thing to do. Oh to live in enlightened times.

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    • Menagerie says:

      What’s wrong with letting ’em die off? Father Z calls it the biological solution. It’s cheap, it works wonders, and it’s fair. Hits us all. Who am I to interfere if they wish to hasten their solution?

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      • czarowniczy says:

        Singin’ to the choir, but Rats have made them objects of cultural adoration.

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        • Menagerie says:

          I guess I should clarify. I am not saying we should let victims of AIDS die off without treatment, but I see no reason to give risk takers 1500 bucks a month to make them feel safer while they go out and try hard to throw their life away. That I do not see any up side to.

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          • czarowniczy says:

            I gotta work really hard at being Christian about this. I’ve seen the damages infectees do when they refuse to curtail their sexual behaviors. Those hubbies on the down-low or injecting drugs who come home and infect their wives. The ones who, despite free testing, not only don’t get tested but seek out risky encounters…and I could go on but you get the idea. You let them live and how many innocent lives will they destroy?

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      • czarowniczy says:

        Just flashed back…years ago we used to do security details for various HIV awareness events. Organizers used to get a bit miffed that we would largely avoid the food/drink venue and were totally icked out at any of the ‘attendees’ wanting to show their ‘gratitude’ by hugging us.
        Explanation was that you can’t get it from hugging…got a nasty look once when I asked how they got it then.

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  19. stella says:

    Another word I hadn’t seen before until this morning: ‘Trumpertantrum’

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  20. lovely says:

    Where is Wee’s bar?

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  21. Wooly Phlox says:

    More on Pizzagate. This is our Elites, and they’re being exposed.

    http://archive.is/hjMZc

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    • Wooly Phlox says:

      If the folks throwing Trumpertantrums knew all of this very real information, they might actually calm down.

      Maybe SABO can do something about it.

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    • Wooly Phlox says:

      I don’t recommend that anyone research this whole thing in depth unless they have great Faith in Christ, and strength of mind.

      I mean that with all seriousness.

      It’s a rabbit hole like none I’ve ever seen. And it’s all true.

      Our elites worship Satan, in deed, and in speech, and in ritual.

      They screw and kill kids, and they groom kids to grow up to do the same.

      And they laugh about it. I’m calm about it. Cold Anger, as SD would say.

      I know what millstone-sea combo they face.

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  22. amwick says:


    This was flying around twitter..

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    • Wooly Phlox says:

      This reminds me of a question that’s been bouncing around my head for a while.

      When, exactly, did being the First Lady become a position of Executive Power?

      This baffles me, that she, xhe, ze — or whatever pronoun she prefers — can make proclamations that become law. It’s stunning.

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      • lovely says:

        Remember when Bill and Hillary promoted themselves as a blue light special? Two for the price of one.

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        • Wooly Phlox says:

          I remember when Nancy “consults with a Satanic spiritual advisor” Reagan started the whole “Just Say No to Drugs” campaign.

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          • Wooly Phlox says:

            (Aside: regarding my above dark info from wikileaks)

            Remember when Michael Jackson met with Ronald Reagan, ex-Hollywood superstar?

            I bet my right eye that they met many, many years earlier. When Mike was a child.

            I’m sure it was a loving relationship …not.

            Jackson was passed around like the Coreys. (Haim and Feldman)

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  23. Wooly Phlox says:

    We got missed. That’s the biggest bow-front I’ve ever seen. Continental.

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