General Discussion, Wednesday, April 5, 2017

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  1. texan59 says:

    At the half-way point of the week already. Time flies when yer havin’ fun. And it’s certainly been entertaining thus far. Fear not, ladies and gents. The libs circus is just getting warmed up. Keep your strength and energy up. Fill ‘er to the rim. Coffee up y’all.

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  2. patternpuzzler says:

    Fleas: “As external parasites of mammals and birds, they live by consuming the blood of their hosts.” Liberals, Democrats, Socialists. Three ring association: a Triple Venn Diagram.

    See also Congress, no Venn Diagram necessary.

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  3. czarowniczy says:

    1 April, 2017: http://www.cnn.com/2017/03/31/politics/terrorist-laptop-bombs-may-evade-security/

    Hellooooooooop….even CNN is giving Trump’s travel ban legs, suggesting that the ban might not even be broad enough! Ex-flipping-scuse me, and the MSM and the prog talking heads are saying what about Trump’s ban? Yo, CBS/ABC/NBC, when your biased reporting gets the ban dropped I suggest you each put a full news team on flights leaving these hot beds of Moslem murderers so that they can get an exclusive when the planes start to go down.

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  4. MaryfromMarin says:

    (from flea comments above…)

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  5. czarowniczy says:

    Before I tuck in for the night lemme leave ya wit sumtin’ ta sleep on:

    http://m.world.kbs.co.kr/news/news_detail.htm?no=126325&category_code=Po&lang=e

    Now here we have the ex-CIA chief noodling on about a preemptive strike on NK because they may be planning an EMP attack on the US. This is probabaly an attempt by thr Trump administration to drop a hint on NK but why an EMP attack and not a direct strike?
    Might Imposit that where a nuclear strike on tne US landmass might well provoke a world-approved nuke retaliation by the US a nuke popped at high altitude, in international space outside of US territory but off the West Coast, would create a huge EMP with far reaching results. In 1962 the US cobducted a high altitude nuke test in the Pacific. The approximately 1.5 megaton warhead detonated at about 250 miles and created an EMP that caused heavy damage in Hawaii some 900 miles from the point of detonation.
    So would the US make a unilateral nuclear retaliation on NK if they popped a nuke high up and well outside of US waters? Would the UN support military actions against NK for such an attack if it only effected the US? What if NK said the missile just went off course and wouldn’t respond to a destruct signal, would that provide the anti-US crowd with a fig leaf? What kind of turmoil would it cause the West Coast were power and just about all electronics to be wiped out for hundreds of miles? Hmmmmmmm…..

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  6. 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! πŸ™‚ 🍸 (white wine and perrier)
    Mornin’ partyzantski! πŸ™‚ |_| (Tom Collins)
    Mornin’ texan59! πŸ™‚ |_| (Black & Tan)
    Mornin’ ZurichMike! πŸ™‚ 🍸 (fuzzy navel)
    Mornin’ Col.(R) Ken! (hand salute) πŸ™‚ |_| (Boilermaker)
    Mornin’ Czarina! πŸ™‚ 🍸 (Lynchburg Lemonade)
    Mornin’ czarowniczy! πŸ™‚ |_| (Wild Turkey Rare Breed)
    Mornin’ letjusticeprevail2014! πŸ™‚ |_| (Irish Car Bomb)
    Mornin’ Patriot1783-ctdar! (aka “ctdar”) πŸ™‚ 🍸 (grasshopper)
    Mornin’ tessa50! πŸ™‚ 🍸 (flaming volcano)
    Mornin’ waltzingmtilda! πŸ™‚ 🍸 (sidecar)
    Mornin’ varsityward! πŸ™‚ |_| (Godfather)
    Mornin’ MaryfromMarin! πŸ˜€ |_| |_| |_| |_| |_| |_| (Mortlach)
    Mornin’ Wooly Phlox! (aka “taqiyyologist”) πŸ™‚ |_| (Roy Rogers)
    Mornin’ Howie! (aka “doodahdaze”) πŸ™‚ |_| (Classic Daiquiri)
    Mornin’ TwoLaine! πŸ™‚ |_| (Gin & Tonic)
    Mornin’ Sha! πŸ™‚ 🍸 (Lemon Drop)
    Mornin’ BigMamaTEA! πŸ™‚ 🍸 (Harvey Wallbanger)
    Mornin’ cetera5! (aka “Cetera”) πŸ™‚ |_| (Blackberry wine)
    Mornin’ The Tundra PA! πŸ™‚ 🍸 (Baileys Irish Cream on the rocks)
    Mornin’ lovely! πŸ™‚ |_| (Backdraft)
    Mornin’ michellc! πŸ™‚ 🍸 (Salty dog)
    Mornin’ auscitizenmom! πŸ™‚ 🍸 (Kiss on the Lips)
    Mornin’ Margaret-Ann! πŸ™‚ 🍸 (White Russian)
    Mornin’ Auntie Lib! πŸ™‚ 🍸 (Tom and Jerry)
    Mornin’ holly100! πŸ™‚ 🍸 (Jack & Coke)
    Mornin’ Pam! πŸ™‚ (Not even water)
    Mornin’ Ms.Tee! πŸ™‚ 🍸 (Mojito)
    Mornin’ koolkosherkitchen! πŸ™‚ 🍸 🍸 (Cuba Libre)
    Mornin’ ImpeachEmAll πŸ™‚ |_| (Flaming Dr. Pepper)
    Mornin’ Monroe! πŸ™‚ |_| (Stinger)
    Mornin’ Les! πŸ™‚ |_| (Rusty Nail)
    Mornin’ shiloh1973! πŸ™‚ |_| (Jack Daniels)
    Mornin’ TexasRanger! πŸ™‚ |_| (Whiskey Smash)
    Mornin’ Ziiggii! πŸ™‚ |_| (B52)
    Mornin’ oldiadguy! πŸ™‚ |_| (Rum & Coke)
    Mornin’ smiley! (“stuck in spambucket”) πŸ™‚ 🍸 (Spanish coffee)
    Mornin’ derk! (β€œStellars”) πŸ™‚ 🍸 (Kamikaze)
    Mornin’ Jacqueline Taylor Robson πŸ™‚ 🍸 (Shirley Temple)
    Mornin’ facebkwallflower! πŸ™‚ |_| (Night Train Express)
    Mornin’ Ms. Cindy! (aka “Ms Cynlynn” aka “ms cynlynn”) πŸ™‚ 🍸 (1970 ducru beaucaillou)
    Mornin’ sandandsea2015! πŸ™‚ 🍸 (1961 ChΓ’teau Montrose)
    Mornin’ amwick! πŸ™‚ 🍸 (Blue motorcycle)
    Mornin’ hocuspocus13! πŸ™‚ 🍸 (1970 Chateau Latour)
    Mornin’ Sloth1963! πŸ™‚ 🍸 (1971 Moulin Touchais)
    Mornin’ MTeresa! (Ex-lurker) πŸ™‚ |_| (Albanian Raki Moskat)
    Mornin’ Rhea Salacia Volans! πŸ™‚ |_| (Hot Buttered Rum)
    Mornin’ joshua! πŸ™‚ |_| (Mudslide)
    Mornin’ John Denney! πŸ™‚ |_| (RumChata)
    Mornin’ litenmaus! πŸ™‚ |_| (Stolichnaya elit, no ice)
    Mornin’ kinthenorthwest! πŸ™‚ 🍸 (A Lonely Island Lost in the Middle of a Foggy Sea)
    Mornin’ TwoLaine! πŸ™‚ |_| (Smoking Bishop)
    Mornin’ patternpuzzler! πŸ™‚ 🍸 (Old Lady)
    Mornin’ SenatssekretΓ€r FREISTAAT DANZIG! πŸ™‚ |_| (Red Russian)
    Mornin’ G-d&Country! πŸ™‚ 🍸 (Blind Russian)
    Mornin’ whiners and complainers! πŸ˜› (No drink for you!)
    Mornin’ to people posting that I missed. 😳
    Mornin’ to all you lurkers! πŸ˜•

    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!

    Pastries for coffee!

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  7. lovely says:

    Another beautiful day is before us, good morning all πŸ™‚

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  8. WeeWeed says:

    Hump day!! Mornin’ kids!

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  9. Just…. wow!!! This little girl is amazing!

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  10. amwick says:

    So we have battened down the hatches here at the cabin… Our car is tucked under an overhang, they are predicting a really stormy day….hail, thunderstorms, tornadoes 😦 This weather is passing through much of the south. Dh and I have plans to shelter downstairs in a closet, right next to his gun safe.. hopefully that will not happen.

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  11. auscitizenmom says:

    I heard last night on some FOX show that there are BILLIONS missing from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Supposedly funds were pulled out to help cover Obamacare, but nobody seems sure about what actually happened to them.

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  12. Amen and amen!

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  13. Cuz sometimes we all just need a good chuckle!!! πŸ˜ŠπŸ‘πŸ»

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  14. G-d&Country says:

    Good Mornin’ All! πŸ™‚
    Here is a Bacon recipe for today from King Arthur Flour:
    BACON-ONION SPIRAL BREAD

    Yield 1 loaf, 16 slices
    Dough
    3/4 cup lukewarm milk
    2 tablespoons water
    2 tablespoons unsalted butter, softened
    1 large egg
    2 3/4 cups All-Purpose Flour
    1/2 cup White Whole Wheat Flour or Premium Whole Wheat Flour
    2 teaspoons instant yeast or active dry yeast
    1 teaspoon salt
    1 tablespoon bacon fat
    2 teaspoons onion powder, optional; for enhanced flavor
    1 large egg beaten with 1 tablespoon water, for brushing on the dough
    (or if no time I would defrost frozen bread dough and add bacon fat and onion powder)
    Filling
    12 ounces sliced bacon
    1 1/2 cups finely diced onions
    3 tablespoons All-Purpose Flour
    1/2 teaspoon ground black pepper

    Directions
    For the dough: Combine the milk, water, butter, bacon fat, egg, flours, yeast, salt, and onion powder. Mix and knead until the dough is soft and supple; cover and let rise for 1 hour, or until doubled.

    To make the filling: Cook the bacon until crisp, reserve 2 tablespoons of the fat. Drain the strips until cool, then finely chop and place in a medium bowl.
    Cook the onions in 1 tablespoon of the reserved bacon fat in a heavy skillet set over medium-low heat. Cook, stirring frequently, for 10 to 15 minutes, until the onions are translucent and beginning to brown. Remove from the heat and add the onions to the chopped bacon. Stir in the flour and pepper, and set aside.

    After first dough rise, pat the dough into an 8″ x 18″ rectangle. Brush with some of the beaten egg mixture*, and spread with the bacon filling, leaving 1″ at the short end uncovered. Roll the bread up from the short end toward the uncovered edge, pinching the seam closed. Place seam-side down in a greased 9″ x 5″ loaf pan. Cover loosely with greased plastic wrap and let the dough rise until it domes 1″ above the rim of the pan. *(I think the egg wash holds the bread together while slicing)
    While the dough is rising, preheat the oven to 350Β°F.

    Brush the top of the risen loaf with the remaining beaten egg mixture. Slash it, and bake for 30 minutes. Tent with foil and bake for an additional 10 to 15 minutes, until the inside of the bread measures 190Β°F. Remove the bread from the oven and turn it out onto a rack to cool completely before slicing. Good for pepper jack, cheddar, or smoked grilled cheese sandwiches, or just eaten warm!
    I was thinking of this also with a rueben, pulled pork, or fried egg filling…….
    Enjoy!

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  15. G-d&Country says:

    It is another rainy/snowy/cloudy day up north, and it sounds like terrible weather elsewhere, so I thought I’d put in a fun, colorful painting. This is a Hires root beer ad from 1937 by Harold Anderson, one of the famous artists from the golden age of illustration. Enjoy!

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    • amwick says:

      Reminds me Normal Rockwell. πŸ™‚ TY

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      • G-d&Country says:

        You’re welcome. Glad you enjoy it. Yes – I really love both this style of art, and the positive subject matter. The progs say the world isn’t perfect, so show the dysfunction, but that only spreads and legitimizes the dysfunction. I say the world isn’t perfect, so let’s show the good and promote the good, as many of these magazine covers, and even adverts did in the past.

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        • Wooly Phlox says:

          One of the 1963 Communist goals (entered into the Congressional Record for all time), was to forcibly replace all beautiful art with ugliness, randomness, meaninglessness.

          So we got ugly visual art, and Thomas Kincade paintings are universally panned by the gatekeepers.

          We also got Lennon’s “Come Together”, and Springsteen’s (and then Manfred Mann’s) “Blinded by the Light”, which were both purposeful communist fulfillments of that dictum.

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          • Menagerie says:

            They made heavy inroads into the Catholic Church. Destroyed beautiful altars, altar rails, statues, and art of all types. Lots of churches now look like a VFW hall.

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            • G-d&Country says:

              “They made heavy inroads into the Catholic Church.” Sadly in many ways – yes. The church I grew up in had the most beautiful alter made by Italian artisans that lived in the area. The top and back looked like Heaven – pale blue with clouds and gold and silver stars. It was in the center, not off to the side. The new one was plain brown and green modern straight lines. You could not really even tell where or what anything was. I could go for 2 more paragraphs about the corruption of the Mass. Sadly I do not go to church anymore, for a variety of reasons.

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          • G-d&Country says:

            Very much agree. Beautiful art survives, and beautiful art lasts. That’s one reason why I put in art paintings each day. Beautiful art calms the soul. The opposition wants us stressed. We do not need to spend gov’t money on a crucifix in a jar of urine.

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        • Jacqueline Taylor Robson says:

          Here’s one I prepared earlier. I’m not all that good, but it calms me and I like the smell!

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          • Wow! You painted this? It’s beautiful, Jacqueline!

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            • Jacqueline Taylor Robson says:

              Thanks,S&S! My fav thing to paint is birds, but I do a much better job drawing with charcoal. I used a photo I found in a book and just copied. Now that I’m not working, I need to start painting some more. I’m getting cataract surgery later this month, so maybe I’ll be able to see what I’m doing!

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              • My mother loved to use charcoal. She was really good at it, I’m not sure why she gave it up. I need to ask her about that. I love your eagle! I’ll say a prayer about your surgery. It will be wonderful when it’s behind you and you can enjoy painting even more.

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              • G-d&Country says:

                Prayers for your surgery. I understand vision health – for sure. It’s amazing how good the cataract surgery is. My grandmother had it in both eyes (one after the other) – what a difference. Please post your next painting. I am sure we all would love to see it.
                P.S. Would you want to consider putting a faint watermark across your original art before posting on the web, especially since I do not see a signature?

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                • Jacqueline Taylor Robson says:

                  I’ve worn glasses since age 4, and probably needed them before that! My Opthamologist said there is a good chance I won’t need glasses after the surgery. Going from a -10.5 lens to no glasses will be a miracle! He’s doing right eye for distance and left eye for reading. I’ve worn odd contacts for 30 years, so he says I would be a good candidate. This is the only surgery I could ever look forward to.
                  P.S. How do you do a watermark?

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                  • auscitizenmom says:

                    I have known quite a few people who have had it and they all were very pleased afterwards. One friend was so pleased to be rid of her glasses and contacts. I hope you will be as pleased as they all are. πŸ™‚

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          • G-d&Country says:

            “Wow! You painted this? It’s beautiful, ” SandandSea took the words right out of my mouth! The hook on the beak, the feathers, tiny highlight, and shadow on the eye. It almost looks like a watercolor, but since you said smell – I’m guessing not. It’s wonderful you can paint something you love.

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          • lovely says:

            Wow! Beautiful πŸ™‚

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  16. stella says:

    How a Hypnotist Sees a Verbal Slip

    http://blog.dilbert.com/post/159226601511/how-a-hypnotist-sees-a-verbal-slip

    Anyway, my point today is about Susan Rice’s unusual wording in denying any leaking of the Trump surveillance information. She said, β€œI leaked nothing to nobody and never have and never would.”

    When I learned to be a hypnotist, my instructor taught the class that some types of verbal slips are actually a message of honesty from the subconscious. Rice’s odd wording leaves open the possibility that she leaked SOMETHING to someone. To a hypnotist, Rice’s choice of words would be regarded as an unintentional confession of leaking.

    And more.

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    • amwick says:

      Back when,,, was that like a Freudian slip? BTW Scott Adams has in indoor tennis court at his house! Imagine that. πŸ™‚

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    • Wooly Phlox says:

      Love to meet Adams. Maybe he could get me to quit smoking.

      Top-rated comment:

      I have several rabid anti-Trump associates. When the invariably fall back to the position of “yeah, maybe it happened, but it was legal”, I then counter with:
      “So, in 2020, you’ll be perfectly comfortable with Trump doing this to whoever opposes him?”
      I need to start photographing the faces they make as it sinks in.

      Indeed. Always turn the tables.

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      • stella says:

        You won’t stop smoking until you really mean it. Try to find a compelling reason why you need to quit. That is the first step. Mine was when my sister died of emphysema. I didn’t want to quit, but that was my compelling reason.

        Then quit, and don’t ever smoke again. My biggest help when I quit was an audiotape that I would listen to whenever I needed a mental coaching. And remember that whenever you get an urge to smoke, it will pass in a few minutes, if you just wait it out.

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        • Menagerie says:

          I decided to take a class. What can I say, I’m a geek. Anyhow, a local hospital teamed up with a group for the Seventh Day Adventist church and presented a stop smoking class. It went on for a month and was really well planned for maximum benefit. First week we met four days, the next three I think, then two, then one. You decided when to quit. They had nutritionists (yes, believe it or not changing my diet helped to cut down craving(, pulmonary doctors, foot surgeons (you should see the photos of some of what happens to people’s feet from smoking) and a specialist with a machine that tested your lung capacity, among other professions, even including a dentist.

          I really learned what smoking was doing to my body. The two things that made me quit and never once cheat were them giving us a chart showing the benefits to our body after 24 hours, a week, a month, a year, etc. and how long it took to lower our odds of cancer and heart disease, and the realization that I would never come back to the odds of a person who never smoked, and that chart went in reverse. The damage one cigarette does to your body. The second thing was that my lung capacity showed no signs of emphysema, which killed my dad. I wanted to quit while I still had hope.

          The class was only 25 bucks, and I thought I would not quit going into it. After the second night, I knew I would never smoke again.

          Find what works for you.

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          • stella says:

            That’s a good idea. A few years ago I took part in a NHS study of diagnostic tests for lung diseases in smokers. I was assigned to the group that got one CT scan every year for three years. I found that I have permanent lung damage, but not too much. That’s because I quit when I did, which was more than 25 years ago now.

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      • stella says:

        P.S.: Think how much extra money you would have if you quit.

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        • Wooly Phlox says:

          I don’t trust hypnotists, but I do trust Scott Adams. Just a hunch.

          I’ve heard it works. Yet it seems like a Dark Art to me, like acupuncture or Ouija, and I think I don’t want to go there.

          Yes, I have compelling reasons. You know.

          1. I probably have either COPD or early emphysema, based on the time I spend controlled-coughing each morning.

          2. $6+ a day.

          3. Single, and most women of my type don’t smoke, and don’t wanna kiss an ashtray.

          4. Productivity at work…

          …and probably a few more.

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    • John Denney says:

      Seen elsewhere:

      #DirtyRice

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  17. czarowniczy says:

    I’m watching an old episode of ‘Wild West Tech’ hosted by David Carradine. The program featured the technology of the US west in the 1800s in various aspects of life. This particular episode was heavily centered around weird sexual tech and hanging tech…..that’s Hollywood, life imitating art.

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  18. patternpuzzler says:

    Morning all! April 5 is a relatively quiet day in history. We all need those quieter days once in a while, though, so all is good!

    This day in (Mostly) American History: April 5
    1614 Pocahontas marries John Rolfe
    1768 1st US Chamber of Commerce forms (NYC)

    1774 Benjamin Franklin publishes β€œAn Open Letter to Lord North” On this day in 1774, Benjamin Franklin writes an open letter to Great Britain’s prime minister, Frederick, Lord North.
    Franklin’s tongue-in-cheek letter suggested that the British impose martial law upon the colonies and appoint a β€œKing’s Viceroy of all North America.” Franklin satirically went on to suggest that such centralized power over β€œYankee Doodles,” who had β€œdegenerated to such a Degree” from their British ancestors, β€œthat one born in Britain is equal to twenty Americans,” would allow the crown to collect its taxes, then sell their impoverished colonies and colonists to Spain.
    For Franklin to sign such a letter β€œA Friend of Military Government” was an obvious use of irony. The details of his purported plan for a military government, including the exclusive use of military courts in colonies known for their commitment to trial by jury, and β€œOne Hundred to a Thousand Lashes in a frosty Morningfor offenders made Franklin s disdain for Lord North and his heavy-handed tactics clear. Franklin had snidely suggested in his treatise, β€œthat great Commander G—–l Gβ€”-e” could take but a few men and β€œso intimidate the Americans that the General might march through the whole Continent of North America, and would have little else to do but to accept of the Submission of several Towns as he passed.”
    Franklin, of course, found his own suggestions laughable. North, however, seemed to find such a scheme practicable, and pursued it at the cost of many lives and, eventually, Britain’s 13 colonies. [history.com: http://tinyurl.com/n8wvfke

    1792 George Washington Casts First Presidential Veto The Congressional bill introduced a new plan for dividing seats in the House of Representatives that would have increased the amount of seats for northern states. After consulting with his politically divided and contentious cabinet, Washington, who came from the southern state of Virginia, ultimately decided that the plan was unconstitutional because, in providing for additional representatives for some states, it would have introduced a number of representatives higher than that proscribed by the Constitution.

    1887 Anne Sullivan teaches “water” to Helen Keller

    1905 [Stage Play] James Barrie’s “Alice-sit-by-the-fire” premieres in London. Written a year after Peter Pan, the Alice comedy, seldom played, is about a mother that doesn’t want to grow up. [Curtainup.com: http://tinyurl.com/m23m3wr ]

    1923 Firestone Tire and Rubber Company starts producing inflatable tires
    1927 Johnny Weissmuller set records in 100 & 200 m free style

    1936 Tupelo Mississippi virtually annihilated by a tornado, 216 die On this day in 1936, two small towns in Mississippi and Georgia are devastated by tornadoes, killing 200 people in one of the deadliest spates of tornadoes in United States history. The Tupelo twister was estimated to be an F5, the most destructive class of tornado, with winds in excess of 261 miles per hour. Some reports noted that the wind was so strong that it embedded pine needles into the trunks of trees that managed to stay standing.

    1939 Membership of Hitler Youth becomes obligatory
    1949 Fireside Theater debuts on US television.
    1951 Julius & Ethel Rosenberg, atomic spies, sentenced to death
    1954 Elvis Presley records his debut single “That’s All Right”

    1955 Winston Churchill retires; Anthony Eden succeeds. After the outbreak of World War II in Europe, Churchill returned to his post as First Lord of the Admiralty and eight months later replaced Neville Chamberlain as prime minister of a new coalition government. In the first year of his administration, Britain stood alone against Nazi Germany, but Churchill promised his country and the world that Britain would β€œnever surrender.” He rallied the British people to a resolute resistance and expertly orchestrated Franklin D. Roosevelt and Joseph Stalin into an alliance that eventually crushed the Axis. In 1953, he was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II and awarded the Nobel Prize in literature “for his mastery of historical and biographical description as well as for brilliant oratory in defending exalted human values”. [nobelprize.org: http://tinyurl.com/n644d5o ]

    1962 NASA civilian pilot Neil Armstrong takes X-15 to 54,600 m
    1963 Beatles receive their 1st silver disc (Please Please Me)
    1965 37th Academy Awards: “My Fair Lady”, Rex Harrison & Julie Andrews win
    1965 Lava Lamp Day celebrated
    1965 US performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site

    1968 James Brown calms Boston following the King assassination On the morning after the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., city officials in Boston, Massachusetts, were scrambling to prepare for an expected second straight night of violent unrest. Similar preparations were being made in cities across America, including in the nation’s capital, where armed units of the regular Army patrolled outside the White House and U.S. Capitol following President Johnson’s state-of-emergency declaration. But Boston would be nearly alone among America’s major cities in remaining quiet and calm that turbulent Friday night, thanks in large part to one of the least quiet and calm musical performers of all time. On the night of April 5, 1968, James Brown kept the peace in Boston by the sheer force of his music and his personal charisma.

    1969 Vietnam War: Massive antiwar demonstrations occur in many U.S. cities. Approximately 100,000 antiwar demonstrators march in New York City to demand that the United States withdraw from Vietnam. The weekend of antiwar protests ended with demonstrations and parades in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Washington, D.C., and other cities. The National Mobilization Committee, the Student Mobilization Committee, and the Socialist Workers Party were among the groups that helped organize the demonstrations. At the same time, Quakers held sit-ins at draft boards and committed other acts of civil disobedience in more than 30 cities.

    1971 Fran Phipps is 1st woman to reach North Pole

    1971 US Lt William Calley sentenced to life imprisonment for murdering 22 unarmed South Vietnamese civilians in the My Lai Massacre

    1972 Baseball season is delayed due to a strike
    1973 Pioneer 11 launched to Jupiter
    1975 Soyuz 18A launch aborted short of orbit; cosmonauts return safely
    1977 US performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
    1983 France throws out 47 Soviet diplomats
    1989 David Letterman becomes 1st network TV series to use dolby stereo
    1991 US begins air drops to Kurd refugees in Northern Iraq

    1992 Abortion Rights Activists March on Washington. abortion rights demonstrators march in Washington, D.C. A march and rally in support of abortion rights for women draws several hundred thousand. One of the largest protest marches on the nation’s capital, the pro-choice rally came as the U.S. Supreme Court was about to consider the constitutionality of a Pennsylvania state law that limited access to abortions. Many abortion rights advocates feared that the high court, with its conservative majority, might endorse the Pennsylvania law or even overturn the 1973 Roe v. Wade ruling that made abortion legal. [pewforum.org: http://tinyurl.com/ll3xrcg for a history of Supreme Court decisions regarding abortion.

    1993 73,293 see Yankees beat Indians 9-1

    1994 Kurt Cobain commits suicide Modern rock icon Kurt Cobain commits suicide on this day in 1994. His body was discovered inside his home in Seattle, Washington, three days later by Gary Smith, an electrician, who was installing a security system in the suburban house. Despite indications that Cobain, the lead singer of Nirvana, killed himself, several skeptics questioned the circumstances of his death and pinned responsibility on his wife, Courtney Love.

    2008 Charlton Heston dies Best known in his later years as the outspoken president of the National Rifle Association (NRA), the actor Charlton Heston first earned a reputation in Hollywood for playing larger-than-life figures in epic movies such as The Ten Commandments and Ben-Hur. In all, Heston would appear in some 100 movies on the big and small screens over the course of his lengthy career. According to his obituary in The New York Times, Heston switched his political affiliation from Democrat to Republican in 1987, after the Democrats blocked the Supreme Court appointment of Robert Bork, a conservative whom Heston supported. Over the next decade, Heston began increasingly to speak out about what he saw as a decline of morality in American popular culture and entertainment. In 1996, he campaigned on behalf of various Republican candidates. He began focusing specifically on the opposition to gun control. After being elected vice president of the NRA in 1997, he became president the following year.

    2009 North Korea launches its controversial Kwangmyŏngsŏng-2 rocket. The satellite passed over mainland Japan, which prompted an immediate reaction from the United Nations Security Council, as well as participating states of Six-party talks

    2009 44th Academy of Country Music Awards: Carrie Underwood & Brad Paisley win

    2015 Rolling Stone Magazine retracts its “Rape on Campus” story about a gang rape at the University of Virginia after being discredited

    2016 San Francisco becomes the first US city to mandate paid parental leave

    2016 PayPal announces it is cancelling a $3.6 million investment in North Carolina after the state passes anti-gay legislation

    2063 Earth’s 1st contact with the extra-terrestrial Vulcan species in the Star Trek universe

    Stella has suggested Tara Ross’ website for more detailed American History. Ms. Ross is an author and a constitutionalist who publishes, on her website, β€œThis day in American History”. She writes quite well and I’ve also become a fan. While, because of time issues, I cannot incorporate Ms. Ross’ writings here, I do suggest subscribing to her web newsletter for historical information in depth in your morning email. The signup for her newsletter, and her daily post can be found at at http://www.taraross.com/

    Text in this post may reproduce fully or in part certain websites, primarily history.com and onthisday.com, and is used here under fair use and for educational purposes.

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    • 1951 Julius & Ethel Rosenberg, atomic spies, sentenced to death

      We used to deal out justice to criminals. Will we now? I would be happy with lifetime prison sentences for O and his gang of marauders.

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    • Afternoon pattern! Yay for calm days! πŸ˜ŠπŸ‘πŸ»

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    • Wooly Phlox says:

      1994: Kurt Cobain

      2014: Nirvana is inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, a year before Joan Jett & the Blackhearts, Lou Reed, Bill Whithers, (who was SO humble at the ceremony), and Stevie Ray Vaughn and Double Trouble, and a full two years before Chicago, Steve Miller, Cheap Trick, and Deep Purple, (the same year N.W.A., not a Rock & Roll band by any conceivable stretch of the imagination, were also inducted), proving for all time that the stupid award is not about quality at all, or Rock & Roll, for that matter.

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      • Smells like teen spirit and that ain’t good! 🀒🀒🀒

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      • Wooly Phlox says:

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        • Wooly Phlox says:

          A&R: Antagonistic and Redundant.

          Amazing man.

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        • Wooly Phlox says:

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        • Two of my favorite musicians together!!! 😎

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          • Wooly Phlox says:

            Are you kidding me? Me and Chef, when we’re not listening to Motown or classic rock, we’re listening to Vai, Satriani, and Stevie.

            LOL.

            {S&S}

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            • Menagerie says:

              Okay, we are back on common ground. I absolutely love Stevie Ray. You lost me for a week or two with the other Stevie.

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            • Love them!!! I’ve always appreciated good guitar music. I’m hoping to go to the Dallas guitar show in May. So many great players to hear live. http://www.guitarshow.com/2017-performers/

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              • Wooly Phlox says:

                You need, absolutely NEED to buy all of the Eric Clapton’s Crossroads Guitar Festival DVDs. All of them. Emceed by Bill Murray with amazing aplomb. Full of hand-picked-by-Clapton amazing guitar players. I’ve seen them all a few times, and have been introduced to so many great players by these shows. And Clapton is like fine wine, and gets better and better with age.

                I never would have known who Susan Tedeschi, Robert Randolph and the Family Band, Joe Bonamassa, and so many other fine, fine players are, had I not seen these shows. I wish I could have attended at least one of them, because it looks like Clapton is done doing them. He did one every three years, now his website says, “Nope. We don’t plan any more.” SAD!

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                • patternpuzzler says:

                  Damn, I didn’t even know these existed, Wooly! Looks like I found a new use for all those dimes, nickels and pennies in my old winemaking jar. Just looked on youtube and it looks like they’re pretty much all there, and that will work until I gather the coinage for the set, which looks much more affordable than the individual concerts. Great thread, thanks!

                  It’s too bad Clapton had to get so sick his music is distanced. Of all the really sad things I can think of, one of the saddest and most… just WRONG… is such a phenomenal musician, so talented, losing his ability to play and engage his creativity anew with each piece he plays and/or knowing that illness will increasingly separate him from his music. Peripheral neuropathy can be far more debilitating than most people know. Some think “needles and pins” and “numbing” of the kind you get when your hand or leg goes to sleep, but PN is chronic and seriously painful.

                  He’s been through so many things in his life – I can’t even imagine losing a child in any way, let alone a 49 story drop! He’s survived the drugs and the alcohol, but still it is so very heartbreaking to know this is how his career is going to end (eventually). Being a recovering addict, pharmaceutical relief must be a difficult wire to walk. [ http://tinyurl.com/hhruaka ]

                  We are very lucky, indeed to live in the age of Eric Clapton, in all his iterations.

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          • Wooly Phlox says:

            Oh, and we make everyone else in the kitchen get a musical education, along with the culinary.

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          • Wooly Phlox says:

            Texting this to Chef right now. Wow.

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      • patternpuzzler says:

        Amen to that! Never heard of NWA, had to look them up. They did the music for Straight Outta Compton, with such gentle titles as “Always Into Something”, “A Bitch is a Bitch”, and “F*** the Police”…

        Definitely proving, as you said “for all time that the stupid award is not about quality at all, or Rock & Roll, for that matter” beyond a shadow of a doubt!!!!

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        • Wooly Phlox says:

          All us white boys in the Boston area had that NWA memorized, and wasted precious brain cells on it, because it was shocking and transgressive. Maybe that’s what qualifies it as “Rock & Roll”, the transgressive aspect of it. I don’t think that’s the real reason, though. It’s just typical SJW-Leftist entryism. “We want to be in your club — and no, you can’t be in ours.”

          I don’t expect any Rap awards to include Van Morrison, because he’s not Rap.

          Just like Kenya is 100% diverse, and England isn’t diverse enough, and needs less white people, Rock & Roll needs more rappers, but Rap doesn’t need more Country musicians. Exact same principle. SJW entryism has a rulebook, and just like Communism, it says, “What’s mine is mine (stay out!), but what’s yours is up for grabs.”

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          • I like Faith No More. They mix in rap very well. πŸ™‚

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            • Wooly Phlox says:

              Mike Patton was such a great vocalist, and his bass player was top-notch, never mind the rest of the band. They produced an album, breaking contract, called Mr. Bungle, which was circus-clown insanity set to music, where they had pseudonyms on the album notes. I can’t listen to either band any more. Darkness is not my thing now. Gimme some Jack Johnson, John Mayer, Bill Withers.

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              • Wooly Phlox says:

                The antidote to Faith No More and Mr. Bungle is NEEDTOBREATHE and Hillsong United.

                So much better. As rapper Rakim said, “Competition is None.”

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              • Well, I love Clapton. I’ve probably seen some of them, my hubby plays acoustic guitar (Martin) and I think he loves to watch things like that. I’ll ask him about it.

                I understand your not wanting to hear dark music. I only like the early Faith No More stuff. Most of my likes stem from my youth, not anything current. Queensryche, Dream Theater, Styx, Rush, Zebra… lots of great guitar in those bands! 😊 I do want to go the the Dallas guitar show, though. Ted Nugent is headlining. It’s the 40th anniversary, so lots of big names!

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    • Jacqueline Taylor Robson says:

      This was the one I mentioned to Anwick earlier.

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  19. Brutal!

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  20. czarowniczy says:

    Sitting in the doctor’s office waiting area, I’m 15 minutes early, they’re all still out to lunch with no ETA. Wonder what would happen were I to show up late and tell the doc ‘I was delayed at lunch’. Silly question.

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  21. stella says:

    White House Officials Divided on Islam, ISIS, Israel and Iran

    https://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/10158/white-house-islam-isis-israel-iran?

    The decision to select Army Lieutenant General Herbert Raymond “H.R.” McMaster to replace retired Lieutenant General Michael Flynn as national security advisor is setting into motion a cascade of other personnel decisions that, far from draining the swamp, appear to be perpetuating it.

    Trump has decided to retain Yael Lempert, a controversial NSC staffer from the Obama administration. Analyst Lee Smith reported that, according to a former official in the Clinton administration, Lempert “is considered one of the harshest critics of Israel on the foreign policy far left.”

    Sahar Nowrouzzadeh, who served as the NSC’s Iran director during the Obama administration, is now in charge of policy planning for Iran and the Persian Gulf at the Trump State Department. Nowrouzzadeh, whose main task at Obama’s NSC was to help broker the Iran Nuclear Deal, is a former employee of the National Iranian-American Council (NIAC), a lobbying group widely believed to be a front group for the Islamic dictatorship in Iran.

    “The people who are handling key elements of those conflicts now are the same people who handled those areas under Obama, despite the results of the last election. No wonder the results look equally awful.” β€” Lee Smith, Middle East analyst.

    What the hell?

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    • 😳 This can’t be good.

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    • lovely says:

      Just popping in for a minute but nothing about that sounds good. It sounds like Reince is Trump’s ear worm.

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    • G-d&Country says:

      This is strange. In his life as a developer he was used to picking the best people with the most experience. Is he is applying that to government and trying to get people with a lot of experience he does not have? Choosing your enemies employees to be your advisors I just don’t get. Who, other than Preibus, is telling him this is a good thing? Who is whispering in Mr & Mrs Kushners’ ears? Does this have anything to do with Ivanka being in the White House now?
      As to the Kushners: Neither Ivanka or Jared has any specific experience in the government, or really in what they are doing. I know he must be careful with who he trusts, but if nobody wants Chelsea and her (criminal) husband as part of a – gag – God forbid – Hillary team, as far as I’m concerned, I don’t want Trump doing the same. If Jared had actual middle east peace treaty experience, or Ivanka had REAL experience in whatever she is there to do, I might be more open to it. What’s good for one side is good for the other. Remember Ivanka (I don’t know about Jared) is a liberal. After the election I read an article about Jared. In it he came across as completely egotistical – even with things he himself was quoted as saying, and nobody that I remember in the Trump family disputed that article. Ivanka has many good qualities, but a small government, conservative constitutionalist, with an understanding of the little guy, she is not. Just some thoughts on my opinion.

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    • stella says:

      Just seen on Facebook:

      David Martosko‏Verified account @dmartosko 18s18 seconds ago

      Clarification for my colleagues: Bannon wasn’t removed from the NSC, only from the NSC principals committee. He still attends NSC meetings.
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      • shiloh1973 says:

        People at the neighbors’ are running around with their hair on fire. We have never had a President like this one. He hires people to do a job and when they have accomplished that job, he moves them on to a new project. That is how business works!

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      • stella says:

        Also:

        Mike Cernovich πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έβ€Verified account @Cernovich 2h2 hours ago
        More
        Bannon hadn’t been attending NSC meetings – never went to one. Today’s story is more fake news. There was no “shake up.”

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  22. Wooly Phlox says:

    Been into “chiptune”, as it were, as it’s called now, since sound could be made with a home computer or game console. The C64 was nice for that, only it was monophonic. It was certainly better than the Atari 800. The Sega Genesis was the best, and, excepting the music of Streets of Rage 2, the game Sonic the Hedgehog 3 had the most phenomenal music ever made with a single chip.

    And get this. Michael Jackson was involved. Heh.

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  23. G-d&Country says:

    This is being proposed in Massachusetts. It has been proposed that ALL state roads in Mass. have transponders installed and tolls charged because they never have enough of (other people’s) money. *1
    The cost is one problem. It will only go up until the working poor can no longer get to work, or the elderly on a fixed income can’t get to a doctor. Then people will be forced into the mass transit that the progs just love. The Mass. Turnpike tolls were supposed to be gone 30 years ago.
    Another problem is the government control and freedom of movement. They said they would never track you with the transponders when they first put them on the pike. Then they do track you if it’s part of a legal case – so they must keep your information. Currently you have to have a bank account they take the tolls out of, or they take a photo of your plate and send you a bill. I’m guessing they will eventually force everyone to have a government approved device in their car, and bank account because it will cost too much to send a bill they’ll say. The pass that my cousin from Maryland uses, is the same one she used on the toll road in New Hampshire. So passes currently work across state lines. So people basically will now have to have pay the government AGAIN to drive on ALL STATE roads that I thought were already paid for by my taxes. This is not just for a LIMITED TIME on certain new highways.
    I said years ago when non-human, electronic tolls were installed, that the government would track people, and it would spread to all main roads. Friends and family rolled their eyes, and said I was exaggerating. Sadly I was right. Think of the future where all roads are tolled, and cars are controlled by the government. The police can already shut off newer cars, and Britain is designing systems where the government slows or changes the speed of your car dependent on traffic. Even the “regular” cars are basically self driving. In some European major cities you have to have a car newer than a certain year or you can’t drive it into the city. Perhaps the peons will be stuffed into mass transit, and the elites will drive around wherever they want. Won’t it be easier for them to just only allow certain cars in certain areas, and keep the riffraff out? They will have the technology, and the masses will be shut out. Agenda 21/2020 anyone? Find out what is going on in your state.
    *1(and possible something similar in Oregon)

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    • stella says:

      We have no toll roads in Michigan. The only tolls are on bridges – and two of those are to Canada. The other on is the Mackinac bridge from the lower to the upper peninsula. Almost forgot – one tunnel from Detroit to Windsor, ON.

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    • Texas has toll roads, but there’s ways around them for now. I agree with your concerns. Entirely too much big brother!

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  24. Wooly Phlox says:

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  25. stella says:

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  27. auscitizenmom says:

    What a delightful story about a little girl getting a new doll and her racial innocence.

    https://www.aol.com/article/lifestyle/2017/04/04/cashier-questions-girls-doll-target/22025919/

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  28. auscitizenmom says:

    This is a very sad story with a sweet, happy ending.
    “Pregnant Cat Who Survived A Vicious Dog Attack Adopts The Most Unlikely Creature”

    http://honesttopaws.com/pregnant-cat-attack/?bdk=a702aol&as-source=src702aol&pas=1

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  29. auscitizenmom says:

    This is pretty funny. πŸ™‚
    “Poodle Wants To Stay In Her Favorite Spot In The Car, And She Can’t Be Talked Out Of It”

    http://honesttopaws.com/poodle-loves-car/2/?bdk=a702aol&as-source=src702aol&pas=1

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  30. stella says:

    He’s baaaaaack!!!

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  31. jeans2nd says:

    Will drop this here, Stella, as you will see it.
    This may be the same WordPress hack previously disclosed.

    “The fake plugin is called WP-Base-SEO”

    “a large portion of the WordPress sites had an out of date version of RevSlider…”

    “two malicious files located in /wp-content/plugins/wp-base-seo/wp-seo-main.php.”
    https://www.scmagazine.com/4000-wordpress-sites-infected-through-fake-plugin/article/648431/

    Great puppy, btw. Such a cutie.
    Had one black cat – they are all black – named Trouble. Stray, cost a small fortune to bring back to health, passed shortly thereafter. Huge creature, nicest creature that ever walked. Were Pups a female, would recommend Joy.

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  32. stella says:

    Einstein the parrot shows off impressive vocabulary skills on 30th birthday

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  33. auscitizenmom says:

    lilbirdee12’s prayer:

    Our Heavenly Father, Your children come to you tonight to ask for healing and peace throughout our country so that we may return to being One Nation Under God. Guide us to be leaders in Your Kingdom, spreading Your Love and Salvation to all. Forgive us our sins and deliver us from evil.

    Lord, we ask for a blanket of protection over all our troops and law enforcement who serve to defend and protect us. Bless our representatives with the strength and wisdom they need to achieve the path You have chosen for us.

    Please place Your Guardian Angels of Protection around Donald Trump and Mike Pence and their families as they seek to lead America back to You.

    Grant us patience, Lord, as the evil ones try to anger us and cause us to fall.
    Spread blessings over Israel and Netanyahu.

    We humbly ask that You please comfort those who are grieving and in pain.
    Thank you Father, for Your Love and the gift of Life.

    In Jesus name, we pray. Amen

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  34. texan59 says:

    What did y’all think of The Ballerina’s latest scheme for high schooler’s in Chi-town. No diploma if you don’t have a plan. No authoritarian policy there. I’m sure this will end well. πŸ‘Ώ

    http://www.cbsnews.com/news/chicago-mayor-rahm-emanuel-no-hs-diploma-without-a-plan-for-graduation/

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    • Wooly Phlox says:

      WLS-AM, WIND-AM

      Northeast Illinois survives, somehow. It has the two biggest, most powerful conservative radio stations in the midwest, that cover the whole midwest.

      It’s paradoxical.

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  35. texan59 says:

    Paying homage to one of the most beautiful places on this earth. Pretty trees, bushes and flowers…….and a pretty good golf course. Augusta National. The Masters tournament begins tomorrow.

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    • Col.(R) Ken says:

      Tex!!!!! It’s heaven for golfers, especially when the azaleas are blooming……..

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      • Jacqueline Taylor Robson says:

        Those Azaleas are all native species, or hybridized in UGA. They are beautiful! The whole place is just a dream. Callaway Gardens is nice as well.

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    • Wooly Phlox says:

      Golf courses are gorgeous. Spent a lot of time on them, in my party years, early 20s. We used them at night for our acid-tripping adventures and late-teens keg parties. I’d never do that stuff again, but it is what it was.

      My buddy lived in his mom’s house on hole 7 of a 9-hole course, very exclusive neighborhood. One night we found the control box for the sprinkler system. It was unsecured. We turned every rotary knob up to max, then hit the ON button. They had to cancel a tournament the next day, because we pretty much flooded the course.

      One of my LSD-fantasies was, “Imagine a whole planet, covered with golf course.”

      They are beautiful because they are man-made. I’ve seen gigantic maples planted with unbelievably-massive tree spades, just because the designers said, “There needs to be a gigantic maple here, according to the design.”

      John Cage was an atheist. He was also the world’s foremost mycologist. But before he became a great mushroom expert, he was into making random music. He wanted to make music with absolutely no human element involved. And if you think picking notes and lengths and volumes randomly sounds ugly, it does. And if you think you can alter the algorithm to make it sound better, then it’s not random any more — because you altered it. He decided that beauty is made by intelligence, and had to be, especially after he became a wild mushroom expert. You can’t pick and eat mushrooms randomly, he said; you’ll die pretty soon if you do. If the universe was random, all of the astronomy pics we see from NASA would look like static on a TV screen, and would not be at all beautiful. It’s beautiful because there’s a HAND behind it.

      Cage was a beautiful man.

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  36. texan59 says:

    Who in the h*ll are the nine R’s who didn’t sign this letter. This turd should have been ousted at 12:01 p.m. on January 20, 2017. πŸ‘Ώ

    http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/tax-panel-republicans-ask-trump-to-dump-irs-chief/ar-BBzsu1s?li=BBnb7Kz

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