General Discussion, Wednesday, November 18, 2020

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  1. Lucille says:


    Lake Togakushi, Japan

    Karasawa, Japan

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  2. Lucille says:

    Obama: Government Needs to Censor Speech
    By Daniel Greenfield, Tuesday, November 17, 2020

    Unfortunately, Obama has a third memoir and all his people are lining up at the gate to swarm into the White House. So there’s another “interview” with mouthpiece Jeffrey Goldberg in which both men, who are as shallow as puddles, pretend to be deep thinkers grappling with the problems of the country.

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  3. czarowniczy says:

    CDC recommends that at Thanksgiving Day get togethers participants remain two arm lengths apart. Finally, justification for doing s, thanks CDC.

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  4. Gary says:

    Good Morning Good People,
    Just remember, ” we got this”. I firmly believe this. I’m not shocked at all by the lefts behavior, in the streets are children (mentally) with teenage angst, they think they’re changing the world but have no clue by whom or why they are being used. In the State Houses are well, they are actually dimmer than the street crowd simply because they believe there will be no repercussions for committing treason.

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  5. WeeWeed says:

    Mornin’ kids!

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  6. auscitizenmom says:

    Mornin’ all. I am so grateful it is cool here. Summer was brutal and hopefully it is done for the year. The afternoons are still pretty hot, but that is ok. Loki is really happy. She woke me up this morning jumping all over the bed……..”Get up…..get up…….get up.” Hope your weather is not extreme wherever you are.

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  7. litenmaus says:

    Menagerie, this one’s for you…..

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    • Menagerie says:

      I absolutely love it. What a great project, and I love the colors anyhow, but look how they pop against the wood. Wow! Did you do the painting too?

      My projects have been gingerbread men and pilgrim hat cookies with the kids. And oh yeah, I crocheted Conner a pumpkin hat before Halloween, and he loved it, which made me happy. That little boy loves his pumpkins year round. First time I’ve crocheted in maybe 15 years or so. Fortunately Conner isn’t discriminating. 😀

      Thanks for sharing, I loved it.

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      • litenmaus says:

        Oh I love that you crocheted a pumpkin hat….what an awesome grandma..:0)

        The painting….no, I didn’t paint it. When my husband and I bought our “prohibition” home, one of our first ‘remodel’ projects was to knock out a wall for what would become an additional bedroom.

        When we knocked down the wall, we discovered the painting wedged down in flooring. It was love at first sight….:0)

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        • Lucille says:

          Since you found it in a odd manner, have you checked with re the possibility that the painting is on their list of famous long-lost artworks? You never know what you might be viewing a millions bucks every day. LOL!

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        • Menagerie says:

          What an awesome story. What is a prohibition home? Secret booze rooms, maybe? I love that idea.

          When we moved last year we got rid of almost everything, kept very little furniture, even bought new dishes. But I kept almost all the pictures and artwork. Those things I couldn’t give up. I managed to find a place to squeeze in a few new things on the walls and found the old favorites worked well in lots of places.

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          • litenmaus says:

            My art collection is something that I couldn’t bring myself to downsize and I’m still struggling to find a place for a lot it.

            I was talking to a friend the other day opining that I feel guilty leaving so many pieces just leaning against the walls and she laughed and said, she thought my leaving them on the floor was just another of my quirky decorating ideas. That works for me, so for the time being, a lot of pieces lean against my walls…

            We called it the ‘prohibition’ house, because we discovered about twenty full bottles of shine in a crawl space under the house. Which led us to discover that one of the owners was a ‘shine runner’ during prohibition… Kinda cool.

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  8. Lucille says:

    Poem and strange music time at the Lucille/Bee/Gee Household (Bee and Gee being the kittehs)…

    I wait for you in a place
    Where the sea
    Meets the sky.

    Where ocean waves
    Swell against gentle
    White shores.

    Where the familiar
    Path ends and the
    Unknown begins.

    I wait for you.

    – Robert Lewis Stevenson

    The heart of man is
    Very much like the sea.

    It has its storms
    It has its tides

    And in its depths
    It has its pearls, too.

    – Vincent van Gogh

    “Sargasso Sea” by Salt Tank, a techno ambient

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  9. Lucille says:

    Famed Catholic Bishop Rene Gracida Calls on Faithful to Pray to God to Protect and Deliver President Trump from His Enemies
    By Jim Hoft – Published November 18, 2020 at 1:27pm

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    • Menagerie says:

      I tweeted this Lucille, thanks. The Imprecatory Psalms always make me fidget, but can’t you just picture the psalmist, especially King David, being pursued and hounded by enemies on all sides, with no hope at all but the Lord? Good to remember devine deliverance from so many, many troubles.

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      • Lucille says:

        That’s wonderful you sent out the Prayer Of Deliverance via your Twitter feed. Perhaps it will turn a light on for some confused soul knowing such a respected man is praying for our President and calling others to do the same.

        This Psalm is one of my favs from King David. He just lays it all out there…

        Blessed be the LORD, my rock,
        who trains my hands for war,
        and my fingers for battle.
        He is my steadfast love and my fortress,
        my stronghold and my deliverer,
        my shield and He in whom I take refuge,
        who subdues peoples under me.
        LORD, what is man that You regard him,
        or the son of man that You think of him?
        Man is like a breath; his days are like a passing shadow.
        Bow Your heavens, O LORD, and come down!
        Touch the mountains so that they smoke!
        Flash forth the lightning and scatter them;
        send out Your arrows and rout them!
        Stretch out Your hand from on high;
        rescue me and deliver me from the many waters,
        from the hand of foreigners,
        whose mouths speak lies
        and whose right hand is a right hand of falsehood.

        My Rock and My Fortress Of David
        – Psalm 144:1-8

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