General Discussion, Thursday, June 16, 2022

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37 Responses to General Discussion, Thursday, June 16, 2022

  1. Lucille says:

    Good Thursday morning, Stellars! If you’re planning to hang out on the Isle of Jersey today, dress warmly…it’s in the 60s.

    DONOVAN – “Jersey Thursday” – Released in 1965 when he was 19.

    In the tiny piece of coloured glass my love was born
    and reds and golds and yellows were the colours in the dawn.
    Night brought on its purple cloak of velvet to the sky
    and the gulls were wheeling, spinning on Jersey Thursday.

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  2. Lucille says:

    “Kudlow: Is this the official declaration of war against American oil?”
    June 15, 2022

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  3. WeeWeed says:

    Mornin’ kids.

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  4. geoffg12 says:

    My next oldest bro invited me to a party on a balcony overlooking the 18 at Pebble Beach. It was the Bob Hope Classic back then. Must have been 1976ish.

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    • weather257 says:

      Might’ve seen you there, Geoff! Always enjoyed wandering around among the celebrities and even took a poloroid of some friends with Bob Newhart. Those were good days (other than Carter et al were in the process of ruining our country then).

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  5. auscitizenmom says:

    Mornin’ All. It has already started out to be a miserable, hot day here in sunny Florida. I took Loki to the UrgentVet. Waited about a 1/2 hr and was very pleased at the treatment she got. She has a n access on one of her canine teeth. Poor thing. I think it will need to come out. Not a good time to have to do it, though. So she is on antibiotics, clindamycin which I am very allergic to. I have to get some rubber gloves. Anyway, I am glad I took her in. Now, back to packing. Have a nice day.

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  6. Stella says:

    I order my dog and cat food from Chewy. I was so glad to read this tweet about them. So many others chimed in to say that they had the same experience.

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  7. Stella says:

    Can you believe this?

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  8. Stella says:

    I’m sure you have heard all of the bad things about Detroit. Now here are some good things.

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  9. litenmaus says:

    More flooding in my neck of the woods…..

    Over the last three days, the Bear Paw Mountains & adjoining Rocky Boy Native Reservation have received 6.5 inches of rain and as of today, the entrances to Beaver Creek Park, the largest county park in the nation, have been closed. The reservoirs in the park are now full, Beaver Creek which a week ago was barely a trickle, has become a raging river and massive flooding is taking place inside the park.

    Our area hasn’t received anywhere near that amount of rain and the yield from crops this fall will be dismal if we don’t receive more rain, however, for the first time this year, the prairie grasses are beginning to turn green and it’s a glorious sight to see.

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    • Lucille says:

      Thanks, litenmaus! A bit of good news for us border states. Unfortunately, not so for countless other folks.

      WATCH NOW: Floodwaters swell the Yellowstone River near its confluence with the Bighorn River East

      Drought in several states and deluge of rain and flooding in others seems to be the order of the day. With our population expanding because of natural means and legal immigration plus those who enter from the southern border without permission, water is going to be a huge issue for this decade. Only until we rid ourselves of this fascist regime in WDC, will proper measures via technology and science be taken to mitigate the effects of water deprivation and inundation.

      Can’t control the weather but there are definitely methods which must be incorporated into our farming entities in spite of the climate and weather…coupled with governmental encouragement and tax breaks…if we want to be food self-sufficient. The following vid shows how Israel has handled their issues and crops, giving us ideas and hope for the future.

      Transforming Israel’s Desert: Innovative Agriculture – Insights on TBN Israel

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  10. Stella says:

    OMG. You have to watch this.

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  11. Stella says:

    The DuPage County Coroner identified the man as Edward C. Samaan, 28, of Naperville.Samaan got out of the vehicle and charged at the officer with a hatchet in his hand. The officer pulled his gun and shot him.

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