General Discussion, Thursday, February 18, 2021

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65 Responses to General Discussion, Thursday, February 18, 2021

  1. FrankieZee says:

    Where do you get your unbelievable pictures from?

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  2. Lucille says:


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  3. Lucille says:

    Another offering from a younger Pavarotti…he was 29….

    Luciano Pavarotti – “Che Gelida Manina” – RARE TV BROADCAST (Paris, 3/3/1965)

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  4. WeeWeed says:

    Mornin’ y’all!

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  5. just stevie says:

    Another day…closer to warmer! 🤗 This has truly been a monster of a winter storm(s). So many people suffering its effects! I’m especially praying for those without heat! 🙏 For here, no work this week at all…snow covered roads and no gas for businesses…lots of complications to bridge to get things back to normal. Take care guys…be safe and warm!

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  6. just stevie says:

    Someone posted this over on the OT…made me laugh and cry at the same time! Gonna miss this guy! (BTW…what a difference in broadcasting/journalism then and now!)

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  7. WeeWeed says:

    Don’tcha just love the smell of blatant corruption in the morning??

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  8. just stevie says:

    I know, I know…you guys can’t wait for me to go back to work lol! 😉

    This video by Michael Matt at the Remnant TV is very easy to listen to. It’s over 30 mins. but exceptionally good. Kinda reminds me of our Rush! I know no one can replace Rush, but we do need others to rise up and try to fill his shoes. I’m putting Michael on my radar…to see where he will go in his endeavor to talk truth!

    PRO-CHOICE: Aborting the Great Reset

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  9. WeeWeed says:

    Future hockey playah, here – who knew a Southern boy could skate??

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    • jeans2nd says:

      What fun!
      He’s good, but can he do that on hockey skates? (no blade teeth front and back for stopping)
      Or figure skates? (much thinner blade, blade front teeth to trip you up, blade pointed at the back for injuries)

      Sure hope they had a burn barrel there for warmth.
      Still praying for all Texans

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  10. WeeWeed says:

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  11. auscitizenmom says:

    Mornin’ Everyone. Hope you all were able to keep warm overnight. That situation in Texas is awful. I wonder how many other states have a problem like that.

    I took Loki to the vet yesterday because I thought they needed to do the heart worm test again. Turns out that isn’t necessary until July. But, she needed to be seen because she is chewing a spot near her tail. I have been putting flea stuff on her. Evidently it isn’t working. I am thinking about changing to Trifexus which worked really well for Foxy. But, then she developed mouth cancer. She never had a problem with fleas, though. Of course, they said the Trifexus didn’t cause the cancer.

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  12. Lucille says:

    Excellent first person account plus REASONED discourse on why the crisis happened in Texas….

    “The Power’s Back On”: From Minnesota to Texas’s Biggest Energy Emergency Ever
    Written by Mitchell Rolling on February 17, 2021

    I never imagined a day in 2021 would top anything I encountered in the year before. Unfortunately, after experiencing only five hours of electricity through 30-plus hours of freezing temperatures in Texas from Monday to Tuesday, I stand corrected.


  13. Lucille says:

    Another excellent commentary from Front Page Magazine…

    What the Dems’ Prospects Are Without Donald Trump
    Can the Republicans show some steel and fend off Democrat tyranny?
    Wed., Feb. 17, 2021 by Bruce Thornton

    Like last year’s Congress, the new 116th failed ignominiously to get Donald Trump convicted of their impeachment charge. Some federal court investigations into Trump’s businesses are still ongoing, but it’s likely, though not certain, that Trump will become less and less useful for distracting voters from the Democrats’ sharp turn to the left both on domestic and foreign policy.

    If the Dems fail to hold on to power as they did in 2016, history will have a lot of suspects to investigate in order to explain their inability to attract voters without the bogey of Donald Trump and a fortuitous pandemic. But if they succeed, then we will have turned a dangerous corner on the road to dismantling the Constitution’s structure of ordered liberty and unalienable rights.

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  14. stella says:

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  15. stella says:

    Making brown stock in my Instant Pot, using turkey parts left from Thanksgiving (wing tips, back, neck. If you are interested, here are two informative videos:

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  16. stella says:

    Wish my Tucker could do this. His aim isn’t good enough though.

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  18. texan59 says:

    I heard this earlier today, but wanted to get confirmation. A number of people on the ERCOT (TX power grid operator) board don’t even live in TX. Not sure about this, but I have seen where this is one of those deals where a lot of back-scratching goes on to get on the board, and the people of Texas don’t have much of a say in the matter. Methinks that may change, rather quickly.

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    • WeeWeed says:

      They suddenly took over, somehow, from Texas Electric before we moved from Odessa. We had no idea it was coming – but suddenly we had to have a new “smartmeter” on the house and our bills skyrocketed. Of course when the oilfield is doing well Odessa/Midland will ravish you of every nickel they think you may have but these bills were unreal. $400+ a month on an all electric house – I keed you not, and this was way before we moved.

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  19. hoosiertruthfan says:

    Fantastic, other countries are taking on Big Tech. Well done, Poland.

    Hopefully it will shame our do nothings into action.

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  20. texan59 says:

    An article that Rush penned for The Heritage Foundation back in 1994. Some point very prescient, and some others that he did not yet see the massive liberal change coming as it now exists. He missed the rocket-like trajectory that things took on in the last couple years. But nonetheless a great article. Will take a few minutes.


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