General Discussion, Tuesday, September 28, 2021

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32 Responses to General Discussion, Tuesday, September 28, 2021

  1. Lucille says:


    Beautiful autumn leaves in Albuquerque…

    Mammoth Lake, California…

    Oh so lovely Colorado…

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  2. Lucille says:

    3,000+ Doctors, Scientists Accuse COVID Policy Makers of ‘Crimes Against Humanity’
    By Human Events Staff | September 27, 2021

    An international group of physicians and scientists signed a declaration Friday accusing COVID-19 policy-makers of “crimes against humanity” for preventing the use of life saving treatments on their patients.

    The document, which obtained over 3,100 signatures around the world, blasts the “one size fits all” treatment recommendations, which have resulted in illness and death.

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  3. Lucille says:

    This is seriously disturbing!

    CDC claims it has authority to use police to do everything you see going on in Australia; and Congress agrees

    If you don’t believe the U.S. federal government claims the authority to round up and detain its political enemies under the guise of a health emergency, please take a gander at the sweeping powers Congress has granted to the federal health bureaucracy.

    According to the CDC website, Congress granted authority to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, which then “delegated” this power to the CDC, to establish quarantine and isolation protocols [i.e. internment camps]. The CDC also claims it has the right to use state and local police to “enforce” these protocols.

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  4. auscitizenmom says:

    Mornin’ All. It was ALL the way down to 70* this morning. What a surprise. But, the sun is shining and it is still humid, although not as bad. I’ve got to get moving this morning because I am meeting my friend for lunch at our favorite Mexican restaurant and then coming back to play Uno. So, I need to get dressed and straighten up here. Have a great day.

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    • Lucille says:

      Good day to you, aus! Hope you had a nice luncheon.

      It’s 49 degrees and overcast here and trying to rain. The youngish tree in the view out my office window is doing its best to go with the flow of autumn color-change. The hillside pines will remain the same color regardless of season.

      My day’s highlight will be a friend coming over to put my new vacuum together which promises to be the best ever at sucking up cat hair. We’ll see.

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      • Lucille says:

        To test it out before my friend left, I vacuumed about a 3 feet square of carpet at the entrance where a lot of cat hair and debris gets stuck. In sight of 30 seconds the good sized canister was filled with cat hair, etc. So far, so good on picking up my little darlings’ sheddings.

        It’s so wonderful having a man around who volunteers to put things together for me. Bless every kind and caring one of them.

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  5. WeeWeed says:

    Mornin’ y’all!

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  6. It is with tears I think perhaps the reminder of the bravery of great men like Fr Kapaun is why not one person from the current people in the White House recently went to Hawaii to greet the President & first lady of South Korea who were there for the repatriation of deceased US & Korean soldiers.
    From and the other 3 related articles on that website: “Remains of Medal of Honor recipient Fr. Emil Kapaun return to Kansas after 70 years”. Fr Kapaun’s remains were actually among many unknown soldiers from the Korean War previously buried in Hawaii. “In August 2019, as part of a concerted effort to finally identify the Korean War unknowns, soldiers dug up hundreds of sets of remains {buried in Hawaii} and sent them to the Pearl Harbor laboratories for analysis”.

    For further information on Fr Kapaun and other brave, great military chaplains please go to and the military archdiocese website.

    “Both Fr Kapaun’s vigil and the Mass of Christian Burial will be broadcast live on EWTN and live-streamed on the Diocese of Wichita’s YouTube channel.”

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  7. Lucille says:

    Dersh isn’t going to let this go, thank God! Shame on all the others who used to be supporters of our best ally in the Middle East and now have capitulated to leftie Dems who hate both the U.S. and Israel.

    New York Times Pits “Principle” against Powerful “Rabbis” in Iron Dome Vote
    by Alan M. Dershowitz • September 28, 2021 at 11:45 am – Gatestone Institute

    Catie Edmondson cited no support for her “reporting” on the pressure placed by “powerful …rabbis,” nor did she name them, because her “reporting” simply was not true. She just made it up, because it supported the anti-Semitic narrative that AOC and her Squad deploy to deflect justified criticism of their anti-Israel and anti-American votes. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)

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  8. stella says:


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  9. stella says:

    I don’t trust this sob. I wonder what he’s up to?

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    • auscitizenmom says:

      I betcha I know what he is actually saying. He wants Congress to pass a “Comprehensive Immigration Law”. In it will be the “make all illegals legal” wording that the Dems have always wanted. Dontcha reckon?

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    • stella says:

      I can tell you that I don’t have carrier service every day now. When my carrier was on vacation at the end of June, I had no service at all for about a week. This was confirmed when I complained.

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