General Discussion, Wednesday, February 24, 2021

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  1. Lucille says:



    Susquehana River, PA…

    Chesapeake Bay, MD…

    Have a great day!

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  2. Lucille says:

    Urban Survival: Quick Tips to Stay Alive in the City
    February 20, 2021

    Let’s face it; everyone who is a survivalist thinks they are MacGyver.

    To be fair, some are…but most aren’t.

    Liked by 3 people

  3. Lucille says:

    Further information from Juan Browne re Denver, CO Emergency Landing….

    NTSB Press Brief UAL 328 UPDATE
    February 23, 2021

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  4. Sharon says:

    I’m not aware of anyone, anywhere commenting on or asking questions about the fact that there has been no State of the Union Address and there has been no information provided regarding the lack of an invitation from the joint Houses of Congress (traditionally extended to POTUS) to speak to a joint session.

    It’s fairly easy to assume the reasons for the left not wanting their boy crashing and burning on that very public season. But I am curious about the apparent lack of curiosity about how those decisions were made, who made them, and why.

    Has Tucker Carlson mentioned it? Has anyone mentioned it? Maybe I just missed it.

    During the 10 days of enforced blackout on all sources of news (due to electrical and internet outage) I did learn that my knowledge or lack of knowledge about what was going on had absolutely no impact on what was happening! My actual functioning in the present was (forcibly) enhanced. I hope I can implement that lesson here and there…..

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  5. WeeWeed says:

    Mornin’ all!

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  6. stella says:

    Tucker is much better this morning. He had a good night’s sleep, and he brought me his ball to play house fetch just now! I kept him on a bland diet this morning – rice and pumpkin – but he did beg for regular food.

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  7. weather257 says:

    Stella, did you see Bill Whittle’s Right Angle today about Rep Lauren Boebert triggering colleagues in a zoom meetig? Very, very good point re us getting in THEIR faces for a change. Attitude is everything. It’s on Rumble: ‘What A Pistol.’ Would like to post it here but on tablet and limited tools.

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  8. If anyone comments on Gateway Pundit would you please consider putting in a comment on this report –

    I tried to comment, but do not have an account, and can’t find anywhere to even send an email to Gateway to clarify their news report.

    People are commenting without reading any of the links to GraniteGrok dot com that explain what’s really going on. Many people commenting think it is a good thing for the AG’s office to take the machines & cards from Windham where they are locked in the town safe because he is a “republican”. It is not. For years viable, proven cases of voter fraud have sat in boxes in the AG’s office without being investigated. The NH Senate passed a bill 24-0 that the Windham election should be investigated, but the citizen’s of Windham have it set up to be audited fully, transparently, and bipartisanly here in Windham. Tomorrow the AG’s office plans to take the machines up to Concord to do what with them? They had their chance to audit and it was not truly transparent, and we don’t know how many ballots were tested.

    We do NOT want the AG to take the voting machines out of Windham. We the citizens of Windham need to audit them ourselves here. The AG’s office and any other state gov’t official is welcome to come and watch us. Many commenters think it is good for the AG to take them and it is not!

    imho the actual citizens of every town can and should audit their elections themselves. If every town did it, it would be harder for the gov’t to stop rather than 1 little town in 1 little state.

    For further info on this go to GraniteGrok dot com. The audit method we will be using is listed in detail.
    Thank you.

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    • Lucille says:

      Wish I could help you re posting your comments at GatewayPundit. Be nice to subscribe to all the sites I visit each day, but the costs would be humongous. For Gateway Pundit, If I paid $1 for every time I use the site, I’d owe a bundle at the end of the year. So the price for a year’s subscription for commenting isn’t that much if I look at it that way. But in reality, $159.99 per year for full access is steep. Having the added knowledge that I’m helping a site which is useful would be pleasing. But, still…even the lesser price of $79.99 per year for partial access is too much.

      Comment sections are usually the items which make me the most annoyed anyway. Stella’s site is the only one where I read every comment and don’t go screaming into the night.

      As dumb as it sounds, I can’t figure out how to register at CTH and so don’t comment and, frankly, don’t go there for days on end. I’ve tried clicking on the “subscribe” button, but nothing happens; and it probably has to do with my ancient programming. It’s like something that used to be a necessary part of my everyday life isn’t anymore.

      My old programming is increasingly failing me as so many sites, even ones I need like my security protection!!!, cannot be connected to. Yesterday I received a notice that my information has been found on the Dark Web. I tried to check out the info, but the links to get into the site were blocked and I couldn’t bypass the block. So I called them…LOL, what an experience…bounced from person to person, having to answer the same questions over and over, not being able to understand the accents of those trying to be of help…ended up with me laughing at the absurdity of it all. But I did eventually (45 minutes later) get an answer to my inquiry.

      Someday when winter is over and I have some knowledgeable person to accompany me, I’ll go to the Apple store and get a new hard drive. The old one is updated to the extend it can be. Until then, I’ll just have to put up with all the trials and tribulations…LOL! If at some future date I haven’t shown up for months, you’ll know either my hard drive has bit the dust or I have. LIFE!

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      • auscitizenmom says:

        Lucille, I don’t know if I am signed in next door or what. When it first started up I just got on and that was it. Of course, it is possible that I don’t remember doing something else.


      • “don’t go screaming into the night”.
        I hear you! The number of people that read the Gateway article and didn’t read the links to GraniteGrok for the ACTUAL information so they get it all wrong and are screaming for the opposite of what’s needed is astounding to me. Really – read the darn basic info links before you form an opinion.

        As to the cost – I never knew it was like that – that you had to pay all that money. I only comment here and occasionally at the Grok because I just don’t have the time.

        I also gave up on the Treehouse. I will pop in to look at headlines, but the comments, especially due to the small times new roman font, I can’t read. I gave up on trying to comment. I don’t understand how I can see 134 comments then 56 comments.

        “Yesterday I received a notice that my information has been found on the Dark Web.” That’s scary! I had a similar experience trying to sign up for Lifelock. After hours and hours over 2 days of being forwarded back and forth between sales and tech support we gave up.
        Your hard drive biting the dust we can all deal with – YOU – NO! don’t say that!


        • Lucille says:

          Aw, thanks! I near-on bought the farm yesterday when Miss Bee decided to dart in front of me. By a fraction of an inch I missed stepping right on her paws and crashing headlong into a heavy wood trunk I use as a coffee table. Thank God I was able to keep upright since I use a cane walking around the apartment and also grabbed onto a metal breakfast cart, though knocking over a decoration.

          I screamed so shrilly and the noise of the falling decoration was loud enough that a minute later my neighbor was calling to see if I was OK. Ordinarily we can’t hear anything because our duplex soundproofing is so excellent. Most of the time it’s hard to tell anyone even lives next door.

          Two unpredictable little darlings in the house can be a challenging situation at times. Bless their precious hearts.


          • Oh No! be careful there girl!
            I already look warily at the wood furniture corners I have after collapsing a few years ago and hitting my head on the corner of a short wood bookcase. I’m thinking at some point I’ll have to get those soft, puffy corner covers people get when they have toddlers! 😉
            Thank goodness you have a nice neighbor to call you, and a good set of lungs so they’ll know when!


      • Thank you for reading and linking to this.
        The AG’s office has TEMPORARILY withdrawn their request to take possession of the machines and cards until Senate Bill 43 has been signed into law. SB43 was passed 24-0, and now it goes to the house. The NH house has 400 members, so I’m not sure if it will move through as quickly as it did through the senate, and more importantly what CHANGES will be made to it. One change we all will be contacting our reps about is that the machines and cards stay in Windham, the audit is completely transparent as we want, and only impartial people approved by both sides who have NOT previously handled them actually handle them now.


  9. auscitizenmom says:

    Afternoon Everyone. Hot and sunny here today. After our morning walk, Loki and I took a 2 hr nap. I didn’t think I was that tired, but evidently I needed to sleep. I called the office about the dog attack and gave them the owner’s address. She said they do not have a dog registered. I figured. I may get some blowback from them for turning them in. I probably wouldn’t have if the woman had taken responsibility and come out for the dog. But, she never did even come out.

    Well, anyway, it appears that the weather has gotten better across the country. Hope it stays this way. Enjoy the day.

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  10. Lucille says:

    One thing about Dersh is that though he is on the left, he loves the law. He may think we are all wet on any number of things (as I think he is on a number of things), but he wants consistency and equality under the law. Generally, he follows the letter of the law as it is written, not as folks wish it to be.

    Dershowitz on Dominion VS Lindell, Newsmax VS cancel culture
    February 23, 2021

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  11. Cactus says:

    A friend suggested this as the warm up act for President Trump’s CPAC speech:

    Twisted Sister’s version of “We’re Not Gonna To Take It”

    Basic Lyrics:

    We’re not gonna take it
    No, we ain’t gonna take it
    We’re not gonna take it anymore
    We’ve got the right to choose and
    There ain’t no way we’ll lose it
    This is our life, this is our song

    You are welcome to make your own suggestion since millions of people will be watching.

    I am sure President Trump will pick the one that best matches the tenor of his speech.

    MAGA, now and forever!


  12. Lucille says:

    Warning for America: The Four Steps of Marxist Takeover Were Activated in 2020
    By Jim Hoft – Published February 24, 2021 at 7:50am

    Back in July 2020 Scott McKay at American Spectator wrote an amazing piece on the Four Stages of Marxist Takeover. McKay’s report is based on the words and warnings of Soviet defector Yuri Bezmenov.


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