General Discussion, Tuesday, November 8, 2022

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48 Responses to General Discussion, Tuesday, November 8, 2022

  1. Pa Hermit says:

    Four hours to the eclipse!

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    • czarina33 says:

      Ok, got up at 3:33; took the dogs out and looked at the crescent moon with the unusually dark left side. Went back in, got a cover for my chair (very high humidity) and placed it in a good spot. My brother came out about 4, and we watched. Haven’t watched an entire totality for probably 30 years. Rusty brown rather than actually red in color. Spent a quiet hour and a half sitting out in the 64* night, quiet, zillions of stars, cats wandering around.

      My photos are too small to be of use, it I’ll find something from online.

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  2. Lucille says:


    Northern Norway

    Tbilisi, Georgia

    Canary Islands (off the coast of Morocco)

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  3. Lucille says:

    Veterans Day and What’s at Stake in the Mid-Term Elections
    A prayer for a patriotic cultural renaissance within our Armed Services.
    November 7, 2022 by Scott S. Powell

    When Washington politicians decided to change the dates of holidays to give federal government employees predictable three-day weekends through the 1968 Uniform Monday Holiday Act—which moved the dates of celebration of Presidents Day (formerly Washington’s Birthday), Memorial Day, Labor Day and Columbus Day—they met such opposition from Veterans about changing the date of their holiday, Veterans Day, that they gave up.

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  4. Lucille says:

    New York is Pretty Much Screwed…
    Cash Jordan YouTube Real Estate Rentals Channel

    I’d wager he’s not a Democrat.

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    • czarina33 says:

      My brother left NYC in 2005 after 30 years. I asked him the other day if he missed it, and he said he did not even want to go back for a visit. He is perfectly content out her in fly-over country, in a county with fewer people per square mile than lived on his block in NYC.

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      • Lucille says:

        Good day, Czarina! Once I discovered New York as a child I read everything I could about it, collecting photos of the various famous buildings and print media articles about every aspect of the city. When in grammar school I got ahold of “Pride of the Yankees” about Lou Gehrig and became a Yankees fan for a number of years until the Brooklyn Dodgers moved to L.A. Then my baseball loyalty was a two-coast split.

        Following all the Broadway musicals, I dreamed of taking my talents to the New York stages. Visited there twice in the mid-60s to check out the scene. But settled for working in the L.A. film industry instead, but was never interested in being in front of the camera.

        I still quite often view the various YouTubes on the city. Loving New York is a fond memory. That New York of hope and promise is no longer there.

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  5. Pa Hermit says:

    Couldn’t even see the moon to shoot it, bummer!

    Liked by 3 people

  6. WeeWeed says:

    Mornin’ kids! Let’s git ‘er done.

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  7. Stella says:

    Good morning everybody! Praying for excellent election results. AND it is the last day of political ads, which is something to be thankful for.

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  8. auscitizenmom says:

    Mornin’ All. Happy Voting Day. The sun is out, the sky is clear blue all over and it is a toasty 14*. (It has crossed my mind more than once, “What have I gotten myself into.”). I woke up a little chilly about 3:30 in the morning. I still haven’t turned on the heater in the bedroom. And, Loki jumped up into the bed with me, I’m sure because she was cold. I got up and looked at the outside thermometer and it was 4*. I am so grateful for that coat that I bought on sale long before I moved. It seemed a little overkill when I was in Florida, but it certainly isn’t here.

    Praying for a red wave.

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  9. Stella says:

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    • Lucille says:

      Mmmm…a good beginning if they are sincere. Are these Auzzies going to demand an apology from their repressive government? My feeling is if the owners of this business plan to follow politicians who think “Brave New World” is a blueprint, then no, the apology is not accepted because they are not repentant.

      We also know that doctors, nurses, scientists and researchers were trying to get the word out for a very long time but were repressed, harassed, threatened, taken off social media, etc., some losing jobs. How about an apology to them by name along with a monetary settlement from Big Pharma and from the various governments including the U.S.?

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  10. Stella says:

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  11. Stella says:

    This made me laugh out loud.

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  12. Lucille says:

    Aw, man! I’m so sciatic nerve pain weary today that I can’t post straight. Sorry about not removing everything after the “jpg” in the CSA flag illustration. Plus not putting the Guam good news in its proper stop. LIFE!


  13. Lucille says:

    More from Michael….

    Michael Yon just posted something!

    Michael Yon @MichaelYon
    Nov 8, 2022 at 8:00pm
    I been at two polling places in Phoenix. Stench of fraud in the air.
    Something is wrong.


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