General Discussion, Saturday, September 24, 2022

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49 Responses to General Discussion, Saturday, September 24, 2022

  1. Lucille says:


    Birds of Balmoral…

    The Capercaillie, aka ground-dwelling grouse

    The Lapwing Vanellus

    Balmoral in Autumn

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  2. Lucille says:

    A bit of good news….

    Tiny Dwarf Horse Was Found on Craigslist. Now She Won’t Stop Dancing
    Posted September 21, 2022

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  3. texan59 says:

    I do not believe this for one minute. “Crist leads DeSantis by six points” When h*ll freezes over. But whatever floats your boat, media….

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  4. WeeWeed says:

    Mornin’ all!

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  5. texan59 says:

    This should help a bit. Grab a cup and sit a spell. Coffee’s up!

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  6. Stella says:

    Thanks to Mary. Crazy world we are living in. At least it isn’t soylent green.

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  7. Stella says:

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  8. auscitizenmom says:

    Mornin’ All. Cool, in the low 40’s, and clear blue skies. I just can’t get over how bright and warm the sun is here. I really feel for the people in Florida. I hear there is already a gas shortage starting, and with all the new people in Florida, I imagine the exodus along the freeways will be like a parking lot from one end to the other. My friend has lived there all her life and is as prepared as she can be, except for a way to produce electricity. I worry for her if the power goes out. The heat is unbearable at this time of year. She does have a battery powered fan, but that will only last for so long. I’m sure prayers would be appreciated.

    Stella, are you any better? I can understand back pain and it is no picnic. Another thing I have used is a tens unit. I got one from Amazon for under $20 back when I had a problem with my knees, It seemed to help and my friend used one and it helped her a lot. Of course, that was knees. Anyway, I hope you are better.

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  9. Stella says:

    I’ll bet a lot of these people vote.

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    • Lucille says:

      Now that’s just downright sad. When children aren’t taught to reason, when they are disrespected so much that their potential is not even considered let alone enabled, this is what you get. It’s not that they are stupid. It’s that few cared enough to truly educate them or take time with those who were struggling.

      Visualize as many of them as you can on their first day in kindergarten…likely wide-eyed, perhaps missing their mothers, perhaps shy, needing care. But no one bothers to see what they could become in life. It’s just “let them all slip through the cracks and be done with them.” Pass them along, out of sight.

      Every teacher who ever came in contact with any of these young people and did not take the time to truly educate them should hang his head in shame.

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      • Lucille says:

        Third paragraph addition: Every teacher, parent, authority figure or even friend… No use in heaping it all on the teachers.

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        • auscitizenmom says:

          When my son was very young, I overheard a woman saying that her son just went into the 7th grade and she had just found out he couldn’t read. All I could think was how could she not know? I think there has been too much of that since then. Too much ignoring what children were learning or not learning.

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          • Lucille says:

            Exactly, aus. My parents always asked my sister and me to read things for our family holiday gatherings. So they knew how well we were doing. Also, books were gifts for every holiday and birthday. I remember how excited we were when Mom and Dad bought us a set of encyclopedias.

            As for school class, I wonder if students even have homework anymore…unless it’s going to trans clubs or march in protests.

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          • Stella says:

            I taught my daughter to read at age 5. We read together every night from the time she was a baby. How can a parent not know?

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            • auscitizenmom says:

              Ha, ha. I think I have told this before, but my DIL was beginning to teach her 3 yr old phonics when she finally realized that her daughter evidently had already taught herself to read. Oh, and if she reads a word she doesn’t understand, she looks it up in a dictionary. I believe her other grandmother gave her one.

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    • texan59 says:

      I saw something similar to those interviews on the street the other night. I weep for our Country. On the other hand………it won’t take much to stand out if you know anything at all.

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  10. texan59 says:

    Feel free to share this sad news with your tree-hugger, climate alarmist friends. Everything they predict………is, and has been wrong about the planet dying. I’m more concerned about my mortality in 12 years, than this big old ball we live on.

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  11. Lucille says:

    Biden Corruption Update, Another Hunter Cover-Up, Vaccine-China Ties EXPOSED!
    SEPTEMBER 23, 2022 – TOM FITTON, Judicial Watch Weekly Review


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