We Interrupt Our Regularly Scheduled Program

We interrupt our regularly scheduled program to bring you an assessment of what is happening in the USA.  President Trump has irritated all of the Feminists, SJWs, designated victim groups, etc.  The thought that truly marginalized groups like white males might have some hope through Trump cannot be tolerated.  All hope for these people must be crushed, so therefore Trump must be crushed through any means possible.  Here is a story of the pathetic MSM and their efforts,

The media has gone bonkers with Impeachment Fever following a week in which the Washington Post thought it got away with the falsehood that the president gave away state secrets, and the equally detestable New York Times created out of thin air an imaginary memo by the fired James Comey.

By all means, read the whole sordid story.

There have been comparisons between Trump and Nixon.  The comparisons are rather marginal.  First of all, nobody can exactly figure out what the bad thing that Trump did is, provide any evidence of it, or show how it would be an impeachable offense.  Secondly, the MSM back in Nixon’s day actually had some credibility as a semi-honest broker of the news.  These days, not so much.  Furthermore, there is the alternative media making a mockery of the MSM’s efforts.

Finally, the biggest difference is that Nixon was just a fella that lots of voters elected President.  There was no real investment of oneself in him.  With Trump, large numbers of his voters view him as the embodiment of their hopes.  An attack on Trump is an attack on them.  This is now very personal.  They will take names and will not forget.

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  1. Yoda says:

    Even with flaws that he has,
    Trump the champion of many he is

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  2. Yoda says:

    Wonder if many people actually considered Trumps proposed policies they have.
    Other than — bad they would be because bad they would be

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  3. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Trump has only done one thing. He succeeded in getting elected in the midst of very intolerant times. It is going to be a knock down, drag out fight to allow him to assert his authority.

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  4. Spawny Get says:

    MSM be like


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  5. Yoda says:

    Speaking of elites,

    Slowly, and then not so slowly, these elitist, arrogant and if not outright snotty attitudes sought out a new target during the years when LBJ was sitting in the White House — when, in the view of these people, “Uncle Cornpone and his Little Pork Chop” had replaced the King and Queen of Camelot.

    That new target?

    The American people themselves. They had, after all, elected LBJ in a landslide in 1964. Now Uncle Cornpone was the elected President of the United States. To make matters more unbearable, LBJ was using his newfound power and popularity to actually pass the liberal agenda of the day, which Johnson labeled “The Great Society.” Uncle Cornpone, it seemed, wasn’t such a ridiculous figure after all when it came to getting the liberal wish list through the Congress.


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  6. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    If the same thing happened in this intolerant political climate, it would have gotten very ugly. Still, LBJ was very much a Washington insider.


  7. Yoda says:

    An insider LBJ was.
    But from the wrong class he would be


  8. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    LBJ was from Texas, which is a long way from Boston.


  9. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    I have just submitted a draft post titled “Review of BBC’s Three Girls”. It is short It is not scheduled and I will leave that to your discretion.

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  10. Farm Boy says:

    Fuzzie Bear,

    Okie Dokey

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  11. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    Thank you for the acknowledgement.


  12. Yoda says:

    Wonder what their problem is i do

    Several Notre Dame students walked out of their school’s graduation ceremony once Vice President Mike Pence took the stage to deliver the commencement address to the class of 2017.


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  13. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    The question is, what has he done a Vice President of Governor of Indiana to deserve that? Only that he has aligned himself with Donald Trump. Things have gotten more than a little polarized. I think it may serve the President to withhold checks to Universities. As for the students who walked out, who would want to hire them?


  14. Yoda says:

    SHOCKING CELEBRITY NEWS: Ex-wife finds it “creepy” that ex-husband is dating younger, hotter woman.


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  15. RichardP says:

    fuzzie – don’t want to make a big issue of it, but you said this: “Trump has only done one thing.” And then “what has he [Pence] done as Vice President or Governor of Indiana …”

    Taken literally, that suggests you truely do not know what Pence accomplished in Indiana, and what has been happening quietly, but steadily, since Trump took office. I haven’t been keeping a list, so I can’t regurgitate a list here. And I’m guessing you don’t really need one? But Pence did some important things as Governor that bothered a lot of people. And quite consistently over time I see reported that this law or that regulation has been rescinded by the Trump administration – rolling back many of the so-called “safeguards” enacted by previous administrations on a wide variety of issues. I have been smiling as I see these small reports, because nobody is really noticing them because of all of the noise being made over Trump “betraying America with the Russians.” It seems purposeful on Trump’s part – fanning the flames a bit. Lots of noise being made over nothingburgers is distracting attention from some serious stuff that is quietly going on – not behind the scenes, but in full view, but no one is paying any attention to it. Way more important, impeachable, stuff to holler about, right?


  16. Spawny Get says:

    Richard, that news is not making it outside the US. There are foreigners that would like to hear these encouraging things. Obviously we hear the MSM b.s. narrative, but little else. Any chance of dropping a comment when such things happen? I’ll pass the word on elsewhere. I’m sure that you hear how badly foreigners think of Trump and the US, but it’s far from all. Far from all. Our MSM echoes yours, so we get your normie poison. Some of us are wise to it. Help me cheer up more Trumpers


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  17. Spawny Get says:

    View story at Medium.com
    (Click the pic, it’s a link to an article)

    True or untrue? How is Trump handling this? Find out today, folks.

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  18. Spawny Get says:

    From earlier in the year it seems

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  19. Yoda says:

    California – The classless Democrats gathered in Sacramento for a state convention on Saturday. They had some harsh words for the President as they chanted, ‘F*** Donald Trump!’


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  20. Spawny Get says:

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  21. SFC Ton says:

    With Trump, large numbers of his voters view him as the embodiment of their hopes. An attack on Trump is an attack on them. This is now very personal. They will take names and will not forget.
    Farm Boy wins the interwebz for the day with that right there

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  22. Spawny Get says:

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  23. Spawny Get says:

    Yoda & Ton, yes. And it’s not just Americans with that attitude. If the political clarse and deep state can take him down, it’s done. Or it’s done via voting.

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  24. Spawny Get says:

    Here’s money you can save

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  25. Spawny Get says:

    Useless Saggy May backs down from completely unnecessary cluster-fuck of a manifesto pledge.

    Maggie mk II? You have to be fucking joking

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  26. Yoda says:

    Wonder if BBC objective they can be in a case like Rochdale I do

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  27. Spawny Get says:

    If you look carefully you can see the moment that her credibility dies. About half way through

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  28. Spawny Get says:

    “Wonder if BBC objective they can be in a case like Rochdale I do”

    Some people were shocked by the programme, others pointed out that at no point did nationality or religion of the perpetrators get mentioned. Not having watched it, I can’t vouch for either side.

    But I can say that the BBC has been a central part of keeping the subsequent prosecutions (especially what those people are) from the news (beyond perhaps, brief mentions in passing). So the answer to your question is, NO

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  29. Spawny Get says:

    The questions (fully deserved) are the bestbitz. She ends up with the face of a bulldog licking piss off a nettle. Looking for a clip of them.


  30. Spawny Get says:

    Truth in advertising? She’s a limpdumb after all


  31. Spawny Get says:

    Should be epic, particularly if filmed today

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  32. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    The only redeeming quality of that video was the presence of the would-be Janes.

    For those just joining us, I wrote a very brief review of the BBC’s treatment of Rochdale. It should be coming up soon.

    Richard P,
    I have to point out that, beyond executive orders, the Trump has done little as legislation has not been forthcoming. Still, they are making noises about calling for impeachment. The only thing they have done that is substantive is defeat Hillary, proving that endorsement from feminists is not enough to carry a national election.
    I don’t want to think about where we would be if Hillary won.

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  33. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda at 9:02am,
    I don’t know what has gotten into California Democrats. Maybe it is the same everywhere. They have lost their path to ground.

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  34. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    A very good one from Diana Davison. Watch this one sitting down, arms planted on the armrests.


  35. Farm Boy says:

    This was especially so in the Los Angeles Times, whose reporters and editors – even its editorial cartoonist – seemed to harbor a grudge against the police in general, the LAPD in particular, and police chief Daryl Gates most of all. I found that as I read the Times’s stories about the LAPD, the facts were invariably presented in a light that was more favorable to police critics than the police themselves. If any nuance was implied, the benefit of the doubt was always given to the crooks, never to the cops. This was most obvious to me when I read stories about incidents in which I had been involved. I once watched a Times reporter working through the crowd that had gathered after a racially charged incident in South Central L.A. Though I was within earshot as she interviewed people who expressed reasonable opinions on what had happened, when the story appeared the next day it was the loudest, most obnoxious, and most ignorant voice in the crowd who was quoted. The story itself wasn’t false, or “fake news” in today’s parlance, but it was incomplete, presenting only one version of events when others had been given to the reporter. This could only have been by design.

    It has been with this experience in mind that I have read newspapers and watched television news ever since. In the frothing media maelstrom that now surrounds the Trump administration, it is important to maintain a certain level of skepticism. A reader taking in a story about the president in any major newspaper would be wise to imagine a prologue at the outset, one that goes something like this:

    The story you are about to read was written and edited by people who a) voted for Hillary Clinton, b) think Donald Trump is a menace, and c) are appalled that 63 million of their fellow citizens – all those ignorant rustics out there in the howling wilderness between Beverly Hills and the Hudson River – could have so abased themselves as to choose Mr. Trump over Mrs. Clinton. Furthermore, these same reporters and editors go about their daily lives with no contact with anyone who might have a different opinion, and if they were to encounter one by accident they would run shrieking from the room. Every one of these people hope to be their own era’s Bob Woodward or Carl Bernstein and be remembered as the journalist who saved America and the world from Donald Trump. And finally, these aspiring Woodwards and Bernsteins have ready access to what seems to be an endless supply of aspiring Deep Throats, anonymous “administration sources” equally desirous of seeing President Trump impeached, jailed, or otherwise rendered impotent


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  36. Farm Boy says:

    Here’s the brutal reality: No matter what Trump does, he will always be evil, awful, criminal, and/or treasonous. It doesn’t matter if he does something good. It’s doesn’t matter if Obama famously did the same thing – or worse. It doesn’t matter if it’s an outright and obvious lie. It will never stop. The soft coup plotters’ plan is to generate a constant barrage of bullSchumer designed to eventually browbeat the weak-hearted among the GOP into going along with their impeachment scheme as the first step on the road to the left retaking power and consolidating it so that we normals can never again have our voices heard.

    If you want to blame Trump for the phony “controversy” surrounding him, ask yourself – what actions could he take that would stop the liberal feeding frenzy? Be nicer and gentler and act like “the bigger man? Worked great for W.


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  37. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I am going to guess that someone tried to use the UK courts to censor.

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  38. Spawny Get says:

    Before today, I was not actually angry with the Tories. Disillusioned – yes; suspicious – yes. But not angry. Today changed all that. Mrs May and her entire coagulation of advisers, ministers and assorted hangers-on, have demonstrated in the clearest possible way that they are unfit to govern the great nation that is still the UK. They have shown that they have no grasp of what matters to ordinary people, and no principles other than expediency, loyalty and a fatuous appetite for power.

    How can anyone any longer believe that any of this crew would be in any way capable of asserting our sovereignty in the coming shit-storm of abuse and manipulation that is coming this way from the EU and their partners both global and domestic? She and her colleagues have not the slightest grasp of what it means to assert political leadership in the service of their nation. Nor do they have the slightest understanding of that phrase ‘the best possible deal for Britain’, or how to approach its curtilage, let alone plant a flag on its heartland. I wouldn’t trust them to boil cabbage for a soup kitchen now.

    In abdicating their responsibilities so shamelessly (and I deliberately say they, because May is so weak she would not be there at all if it wasn’t for constant support in her folly from others just as incompetent and footling), they have allowed the Labour Party – a lunatic asylum of insanity, backbiting and intellectual stupidity – to wriggle of a hook tih barbs the size of pitchforks. They have given Mr Farron covering fire to escape from rational demolition of a risible platform. They have achieved.. what have they not achieved for the flea-bitten dogs of their opposition??

    I have changed my mind about how to vote now – I don’t think the Tories deserve the time of day from me, or anyone else, even if the local candidate WAS a Brexiteer. They have all stood by, saying ‘wait and see, wait and see, Mrs May will soon show she’s not to be trifled with, and will lead us through to a meaningful, real Brexit, just you see..’. Well they should all be eating their Panglossian optimistic words now. It’s a disaster in the making, obvious to anyone with two brain cells. We are betrayed in one way or another by the entire political establishment on all sides, it seems to me. I do not WANT a government whose leader succeeds by intrigue; I ESPECIALLY don’t want one whose leader and supporters fail by intrigue.

    What a parcel of rogues, in a nation


  39. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    Since you did not attribute the above comment, dare we presume that it is yours?
    From my position, what I can say is, this whole election has been a mess since it was called for. The only thing good that can be said for it is, having called it on short notice, that it will soon be behind us.


  40. Spawny Get says:

    Fuzzy, not my comment. I think it’s representative of many alert people’s thinking though.

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  41. Spawny Get says:

    Oh dear. Theresa was pretty poor. Brillo didn’t even go for the throat, he didn’t have to. She has no political instincts beyond brave words backed up by no action. And she’s the only game in town.

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  42. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    On a lighter note, this video has gone viral.

    My guess is that the sea lion was playing a trick. No one got hurt, not even a scratch.


  43. SFC Ton says:

    Trump has accomplished a fair amount just with words
    Border crossings are down by 70%
    Immigration related arrests are up by 38%
    Huge number of mexicans have self deported. So many mexico has had to set up programs to deal with the influx

    Several major employers have said they won’t move operations over seas.
    China has changed some of their trade practices
    We are killing a good deal more issi fuck sticks.
    We are getting along better with russia…. ain’t great but moving in a better direction
    Canada and mexico have both agreed to tweak nfta

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  44. molly says:



  45. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Molly!!! Burrito, burrito, burrito.


  46. Spawny Get says:

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  47. Spawny Get says:

    No conversation from Molly?

    No bejazzled Bayeux Tapestry either…

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  48. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I wonder if Molly has a cat?


  49. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Molly’s Cat,
    No, I haven’t seen any mice.


  50. Spawny Get says:

    People dead after explosion(s) at Ariana Grande (sp?) Concert in Manchester.


  51. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    It seems to be ongoing and developing. There are reports of gunshots too.


  52. Farm Boy says:

    “The thesis of this essay is that the theory of the managerial elite explains the present transatlantic social and political crisis. . . . Freed from older constraints, the managerial minorities of Western nations have predictably run amok, using their near-monopoly of power and influence in all sectors—private, public, and nonprofit—to enact policies that advantage their members to the detriment of their fellow citizens. Derided and disempowered, large elements of the native working classes in Western democracies have turned to charismatic tribunes of anti-system populism in electoral rebellions against the selfishness and arrogance of managerial elites.”


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  53. Spawny Get says:

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  54. Farm Boy says:


    Germany and two of its European allies, the Czech Republic and Romania, quietly took a radical step down a path toward something that looks like an EU army while avoiding the messy politics associated with it: They announced the integration of their armed forces.

    Romania’s entire military won’t join the Bundeswehr, nor will the Czech armed forces become a mere German subdivision. But in the next several months each country will integrate one brigade into the German armed forces: Romania’s 81st Mechanized Brigade will join the Bundeswehr’s Rapid Response Forces Division, while the Czech 4th Rapid Deployment Brigade, which has served in Afghanistan and Kosovo and is considered the Czech Army’s spearhead force, will become part of the Germans’ 10th Armored Division. In doing so, they’ll follow in the footsteps of two Dutch brigades, one of which has already joined the Bundeswehr’s Rapid Response Forces Division and another that has been integrated into the Bundeswehr’s 1st Armored Division. According to Carlo Masala, a professor of international politics at the University of the Bundeswehr in Munich, “The German government is showing that it’s willing to proceed with European military integration” — even if others on the continent aren’t yet.


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  55. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    A bad idea that would be.

    Spawny Get,
    Thank you for keeping us posted. It may be the usual suspects again.

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  56. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    Your facebook link came up “Page not found”. Could they have named “usual suspects”?


  57. Yoda says:

    The evil that SJWs do

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  58. Spawny Get says:

    Facebook link works for me. Just rechecked it.

    Liked by 1 person

  59. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    No more circus? Now, the kids will be furious and they have long memories.

    Liked by 1 person

  60. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    It is coming up “Page not available” here. Odd, this is. Molly had something similar last night. A link worked in the UK and her, but not down under.

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  61. Stephanie says:

    Spawny, the link doesn’t work for me either. It does go to facebook, but shows a message saying “Page Not available” and talks about it either being removed or gone….

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  62. Yoda says:

    Very much like the “Sounds of Social Justice” video I do.
    Like it also you might

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  63. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    This one is good too! Enjoy!

    Liked by 1 person

  64. Yoda says:

    A nail bomb it was


  65. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Vicious they are.

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  66. Yoda says:

    New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, for example, calls himself a “good friend” of the new president. Consequently, the football star faced journalists’ demands to “publicly disavow Trump’s actions,” as one USA Today columnist wrote. Brady, not wanting to detract from his team’s Super Bowl preparations, responded by claiming his “right to stay out of it.” But several commenters made clear that the court of public opinion honors neither the right to privacy nor one against self-incrimination. Not in the Age of Trump


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  67. Yoda says:

    Ariana Grande just dropped some wise feminist truths.

    The 21-year-old musician took to Twitter on Sunday to share her thoughts on the double standards and misogyny women face in today’s society.

    “Being ‘empowered’ is not the same as being a ‘bitch,’” the 21-year-old musician writes


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  68. Yoda says:

    So young she is
    So sure she is

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  69. Cill says:

    Academia is why: democracy is too important to be left to the voters

    Academia are ignorant wanks.

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  70. Farm Boy says:

    I wonder if this the biggest insult of a man possible that can be stated in polite company

    JERUSALEM — President Trump called the Manchester concert bombing the work of “evil losers” Tuesday

    “I won’t call them monsters because they would like that term. They would think that’s a great name. I will call them from now on losers, because that’s what they are. They’re losers. And we’ll have more of them. But they’re losers. Just remember that,” he said.


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  71. Farm Boy says:

    They like the strong hand, but maybe not

    British jihadi brides are returning to the UK after being widowed or growing tired of life with extremists, it’s been claimed.

    UK police and Home Office officials anticipate more women will arrive this year, some having grown disillusioned with the restrictions of life with Muslim fundamentalists.



  72. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Ariana Grande benefit concert for victims she could do.
    Unlikely to happen it is I think.

    Big Red only one public appearance she did make.
    Long lasting impact it did have.

    Jihadi wives want to come back?
    Yes, huge security problem this is.
    Still, return they will and no questions asked there will be.

    From HuffPo, Ariana Grande stuck up swellhead proponent of female superiority she is.
    Presume concert sparsely attended by boys it was.


  73. Yoda says:

    The BBC does say

    Katty Kay: mothers that they found who are still looking for their daughters. And daughters they found who are still looking for their mothers. And they can’t find the rest of their families. And I think that is what is making… Europe is getting used to attacks like this Mika. We have to


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  74. Yoda says:

    Always find it kinda stupid when journalists interview each other I do

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  75. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tommy Robinson has a very different report to make. No one else is going to say this.


  76. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    After all these years, I have realized what is missing from that meme. An “Out of Order” sign needs to be place on the more complex board. That is always the issue when things are made needlessly complicated.


  77. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    There is a new post. Thank you, Farm Boy.


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