General Discussion, Thursday, October 15, 2020

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  1. Lucille says:


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    • lovely says:

      Good evening Lucille 🙂 !

      Cute little deer who joined us for dinner in Sheboygan WI. Taken by my friend through a window so a little fuzzy.

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      • Lucille says:

        Oh, so adorable. Hope it wasn’t hungry. There are lots of deer where I live. Even though it’s a common occurrence, it’s still fun to see them. Can’t leave food out for them since ordinances prohibit the feeding of any wild creatures except birds….I’m not sure about squirrels.


  2. Lucille says:

    Cuomo: If I Had To Do It All Over Again, I Wouldn’t Kill 11,000 Seniors
    Wed Oct 14, 2020 – By Daniel Greenfield

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    • czarowniczy says:

      Common, let’s face it, seniors are a drag on politicians at the top levels and every now and then we hear them talking of imaginative ways to kill us off.

      We’re not paying into Social Security or Medicare any more, we’re collecting. Those monies we paid into those glorified income transfer programs the pols used to bribe and soothe herds of nonproductive are not only not coming in, they’re going out to use as promised when we were forced in these programs at gunpoint. The pols have to search for new and fresh sources of forage for their flocks and they don’t like that.

      We also heavily control a good chunk of this country’s wealth – not as much as the pols and the pols’ pals but then their wealth doesn’t count in the equation. Note how they keep trying to tweak the inheritance laws so that the middle class gets one last bend over the barrel before we get boxed and buried. They create all sorts of ways to bury your wealth if you’ve really got the bucks (and you share) but the middle class gets a target tacked on their backs, they can’t pass on the wealth they’ve earned during their lives as, well, Rat pols seem to have an aversion to folks who work.

      We saw countries in Europe openly saying ‘death to the elderly’ while a number of states across the country stood by and watched the long-term care facilities become abattoirs. Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, New Jersey and Massachusetts were regularly hitting the top 5 in infection rates while Massachusetts, New Jersey, Connecticut, Rhode Island and Louisiana were in the top 5 for deaths per 100K. 3 out of the top 5 infection rates were those evil, racist and ignernt Southern states but 4 out of 5 of those most efficiently ‘offing’ the elderly were ‘woke’, progressive and mo’ betterer edjukatid Northeastern states. Louisiana’s death rate was largely the result of the usual political stupidity in a rush to a stop-gap solution to a long-term problem.

      We’re seen as game by the prog pols, game with no season, either sex eligible and no bag limits. Give the return of Obamacare enough time to settle in, temper that with the huge numbers of immigrants the progs will bring in to cement their hold on purple areas and you’ll see senior death rates climbing as they adjust the nation’s wealth profile to suit their needs.

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      • jeans2nd says:

        Read in AT this morning, once you accept killing the unborn and barely born, society rapidly descends into accepting the killing of the non-productive elderly, handicapped, disabled, mentally deficient, and so on.
        Death panels, they were called, iirc.

        Taking away the inheritance of the middle-class and making killer drugs more readily available than ever ensures the raid decline into non-existence of the middle-class.
        All that’s left are the young slaves – see Chinese Communist Party.

        Is all hope lost?
        “When the enemy shall come in like a flood, the Spirit of the LORD shall lift up a standard against him.” Isaiah 59:19
        “God is my Defense.” Ps 59:9

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        • czarowniczy says:

          It’s boiling the frog, you convince the young that the inconvenient results of irresponsible ‘if it feels good do it’ behaviors can be resolved with a quick office visit then you can move on to the state sanctioned murder of other living, breathing inconveniences.

          The problem I see is convincing the young that they are those people whom, in a few short years, will be the soylent feedstock. At the point they’re agreeing with the social engineers that inconvenient others need to be humanely and quietly removed from the herd out of sight and their goodies redistributed to their outstretched and deserving hands. They’ve been raised and educated to believe in the ‘now’ with the ‘later’ being a remote and subjective thing way far in the unguaranteed future, a nation of grasshoppers eating the ants.

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        • czarina33 says:


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  3. SGH says:

    Meaning…??? Something along the lines of, “Sensivity Training?”

    That’s a fixer, for sure. 😬

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  4. czarowniczy says:

    How to reduce the ‘innercity’ crime rate…..DON’T REPORT IT!

    The city of New Orleans conducted its yearly police ‘How Are We Doing’poll for NOPD. 57% of the respondents replied that they felt safer this year than last year, a major boost. At the same time, waaaaaaaay down the block, the local news reported that the city’s murder rate is up a full 60% over the same time last year – despite no COVID last year and some 6 months of lockdown this year. It’s back to the 4th deadliest city in the US!

    So to what do we attribute the city’s feeling of safety, hmmmmmmmm? The local news is avoiding reporting all of the murders and when they do it’s a quick “there’s been a double shooting in the X-area and we’ll inform you more as we get details”, or not at all. The media’s given the citizens a false sense of safety and that, combined with the drumbeat of ‘it’s the system’s fault’ makes many of the post-Katrina newbies feel that all’s well. They have no concept of ‘The Good Old Days’ where we were #1 or #2 in murders for years at a run, their denial that the potential of the Usual Suspects to return the city to its previous killing fields status lives strong in them, it does.

    I’m expecting the mayor’s and city council’s spinners to come up with the usual soothing pap. Standard stuff, more recreation activities, more after school stuff, some blame using the current apologist buzzwords, and the city will find a million or two under the couch cushions to fund some things to soothe the concerned citizens far more than deter the usual criminals. Hey, who’s gonna give up a few hundred tax free dollars a night for midnight basketball and extended public pool hours?

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  5. WeeWeed says:

    Mornin’ kids! Miguel lives in TN.

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  6. Menagerie says:

    Good morning! It’s a little cool here right now, but we have a high of 81 coming. Tonight we dip down to 39 according to prognosticators. Might need to dig out some jeans and warmer shirts.

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  7. auscitizenmom says:

    Mornin’ all. Still having problems with the site. Menagerie gave me some ideas to try out, so I may be posting weird comments.

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  8. stella says:

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  10. stella says:

    The latest leftist line is to refer to the NY Post as a tabloid (and not mention the name of the paper.)

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  11. stella says:

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  12. stella says:

    He was joined by Senator McConnell

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  13. lovely says:

    Czar and Menagerie, I’m getting one for my nephew, should I get Conner and the two year old one also?

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  14. stella says:

    I’m now following a Turkish lady on YouTube. She does all types of interesting foods. Another video I watched shows how she makes hummus. I have made it before, but will try it her way next time.

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  15. stella says:

    I haven’t tried any of these, but the ideas are great.

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  16. Lucille says:

    Judicial Watch Joins The ObamaGate Movie as Executive Producers

    (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that it is partnering with the Unreported Story Society (Ann McElhinney and Phelim McAleer) as executive producers of The ObamaGate Movie, the new film starring Dean Cain (Superman) and Kristy Swanson (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), which is set to premiere on YouTube on October 20 at 9 pm ET and tells the story of the hoax that was the Trump/Russia investigation.

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    • czarina33 says:

      OOOH! I misinterpreted that and thought Dean Cain & Kristy Swanson would be portraying the former POTUS and FLOTUS in some alternative universe movie! Woops!

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  17. lovely says:

    “You told me but what you told me doesn’t necessarily make it fact.”__President Trump to Savanah Guthrie


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  18. Lucille says:

    HAVE YOU SEEN THIS!!!!!!!!!!! Apparently mental illness is rampant in the Senate….

    “Trump Kisses Dictators’ Butts” – Dirtbag Senator Ben Sasse Trashes President Trump on Phone Call After Trump Gives Him Endorsement (VIDEO) (Note: endorsement was last year)
    By Jim Hoft – Published October 15, 2020 at 5:41pm

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  19. Lucille says:

    More on Justice for Gen. Michael Flynn with his Attorney Sidney Powell
    OANN – October 15, 2020

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