General Discussion, Tuesday, February 25, 2020

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45 Responses to General Discussion, Tuesday, February 25, 2020

  1. Lucille says:

    Our furry and feathered friends remind us…

    Have a blessed day!

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  2. Lucille says:

    Architecture Designs & Facts about Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi

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  3. Gary says:

    Good morning everyone, beautiful pic (as always). It just makes my desire to escape this state (New Jersey) stronger, nobody in my immediate circle understands just how happy I would be living rural, fixing farm equip and anything else my neighbors needed. I’m not a tech guy, I’ve always been a people person, unfortunately here the “people” have their faces glued to a screen and the only time they speak is when they perceive you as being in their way. But there is always hope I land in a square state upon retirement.

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    • czarina33 says:

      People in the south are friendly, and sometimes there is snow in the upper south.


    • Lucille says:

      Good morning, Gary! Move west. Idaho is beautiful as is Wyoming, both Republican states…and if you like snow, you’ll have plenty, though so far this year we’ve been hit lightly in the Idaho Panhandle. Right now it’s 40 degrees and the sun is shining brightly.

      These are two live camera feeds I check often just for a break from politics and the annoyance it can bring…

      Teton View – Buffalo Valley in Moran Wyoming

      In the evening around 6:00 MT, these Grand Tetons seem to turn the most beautiful shade of lavender.

      Bridge Street Grill – – Lower Stanley, ID

      Love this sparkling water!

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  4. WeeWeed says:

    Mornin’ kids!

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  5. auscitizenmom says:

    Mornin’ everyone. It is already 80* here. I wonder if this will continue and just turn into summer.

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  6. czarina33 says:

    Happy Mardi Gras! Finally Fat Tuesday, end of Carnival season, last day to eat wicked, Lent tomorrow, must fast and eat unpleasant food like fried fish shrimp and oysters, remoulade tomato salad with lots of crab, po- boys wih anything except roast beef, etc. At least until march 17th, St. Patrick’s Day, when we have to eat corned beef and all the rest….

    Here’s a picture of Skeleton Dog dressed for today

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  7. czarowniczy says:

    Interesting little aside regarding the Saudi student that shot up a Pensacola NAS classroom and killed those Navy personnel. Seems that foreign military used a ‘loophole’ that allowed military holders of state hunting and fishing licences who were not state residents to buy firearms. Resident aliens in the US can buy weapons and as the Saudis were here on military duty with visas they were considered resident aliens.

    Seems there were no limitations of foreign resident aliens buying firearms here and the DoD was not about to irritate the foreign troops by stepping in and cutting off the Saudi shooter’s access to firearms through blocking the loopholes. Now as US military, unless on official duty requiring them to do so, are not allowed to carry weapons on base and if they live on base they must have them stored in an armory. Now the Saudis may have been living off base but even then why is the Department of the Navy saying they won’t be allowed to carry them on base? It may just be a linguistic thing but DoN is usually more careful about its wording.

    Left unstated is ‘what about the Departments of the Air Force and Army’? Do they already have ‘on-base weapons policies’ for foreign troops or will they be forthcoming after the work out the PC elements? They don’t have the same sense of urgency as Navy does since they haven’t had foreign trainees killing US military on the bases playing home to them. Then again DC could just solve this whole embarrassing episode by just using their allowing foreigners to buy guns here by banning ALL gun sales – no guns, no problems.

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  8. Lucille says:

    Architectural ruins around the world….

    Roman: Butrint, Albania includes a bathhouse & aqueduct 2,500 years old…

    Olsztyn Castle, Poland – 14th century …

    Viking settlement, Jarlshof, Shetland Islands, UK – ruins from 2500 BC to 17th Century…

    Kos Island, Greece…

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  9. auscitizenmom says:

    Holy cow! We went to see Call of the Wild today. This is a little town and a little theater. It has some small theaters in it. Anyway, there was a long line at the ticket counter, which we have never seen before, and they were all going to (as they put it) “the dog movie”. LOL They had to move it from one of the smaller theaters into a large one and it was very crowded. There were few empty seats. This is in the middle of the afternoon.

    The movie was great. It was so much fun, exciting, beautiful, and well done. I was told all the animals were CGI. I had to remind myself of that because it was easy to forget. The story is very good and well done. The scenery was spectacular and well filmed. I enjoyed the whole movie so much. I would recommend you all run right out and see it soon. I would sit through it again right now.

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  10. Lucille says:

    WHAT AN ENTRANCE! President Trump and Melania Trump in India
    Fox10Phoenix – Published on Feb 25, 2020

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