Where Do You Roam?


So here we have another Paladin,

 

A down-on-her-luck nice looking young women begs Paladin to take her to San Francisco with the implied result of couple-hood  This was before San Francisco became Poop-Town, so it would seem to be a logical thing to ask for.  Our hero hesitates.  He will give an answer later.

They are trying to ditch some bad guys who are chasing them.  Eventually, the bad guys find them and start shooting it out with Paladin.  As it turns out, they were ambushed in a spot where a rich young salmon was hole up after being robbed by the bad guys.  The young woman finds out that he is rich, so they together take Paladin’s horse and buckboard and hightail it out of there, leaving Paladin with no transportation.

Eventually Paladin dispatches all of the bad guys, uses one of their horses to make it into town, where he meets up with the new couple.  They announce to him that they are just that, a couple.  Paladin in a clever way effectively thanks the rich young fella for taking the young woman off his hands.

Let’s face it, fellas don’t like this aspect that women.  It is bad for them, it is bad for the children, it is bad for society.  That is why the Bible states that women should cling to their man.   Our hero Paladin hesitated because he wanted to see more.  He was right to do so.  The test of time did not take long in this case.

Exit question:  Should have Paladin warned the rich young man?

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66 comments on “Where Do You Roam?
  1. h0neyc0mb says:

    Exit question: Should have Paladin warned the rich young man?

    He did.

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  2. h0neyc0mb says:

    And may I say .. much more politely than I would’ve.

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  3. h0neyc0mb says:

    Take 2 ..

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  4. Farm Boy says:

    Note that this episode was written by Gene Roddenberry, the creator of Star Trek

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  5. Ame says:

    this is very interesting:

    Will Coronavirus Break Our Addiction to Cheap Imports?

    I’ve often thought over the years that it would take a catastrophe of one kind or another to break the world’s addiction to cheap imports. While it’s still too early to tell, the novel coronavirus and the tragically unfolding scenario in China might just fill the bill. . . .

    Fast fact: Over the course of a single year, ONE massive container ship equals the pollution of 50 million cars. . . .

    It’s no secret that the business model of a number of American retailing chains depends heavily on a steady supply of Chinese imports. . . .

    In other words, driving a Tesla or installing solar panels on your roof doesn’t offset an addiction to Home Goods. . . .

    While no one wishes for the destruction wreaked by a pandemic to force the issue, it is very possible that the silver lining of coronavirus 2020 is a considerable slowing of the flow of cheap imported goods. Companies experiencing shortages may then be forced to quickly create new supply chains potentially closer to the consumers they serve.

    And, consumers bereft of a steady and reliable stream of cheap imports to slake their shopping addiction might finally be forced to rely more heavily on locally produced goods.

    Such an outcome would, without a doubt, be hugely beneficial for supporting our communities and restoring our damaged planet.

    https://www.thehealthyhomeeconomist.com/coronavirus-cheap-imports/

    i don’t love shopping … it’s usually something to endure. i *do* periodically enjoy window shopping – i like to see styles, colors, design, etc, but i have no need to own things.

    so i just don’t get people who *need* to change their decor all.the.time. or people who continuously buy clothing … i mean, they would never wear anything out, and they must change clothes often to be able to wear everything they buy.

    someone on fb was commenting how they’re planning to live using less waste … and one of the ways to do that was buying fewer clothes and wearing what they have more frequently and for longer – i didn’t know there was another way to live.

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  6. Cheque d'Out says:

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  7. Exactly how cheap are these cheap Chinese goods? The fact that they have destroyed our manufacturing sector and much if not most of our middle class makes me think they aren’t very cheap at all. But, here I don’t blame the Chinese, I blame the corporate execs who sent those factories and jobs to China.

    Anyone who tries to tell me that protecting American jobs is bad for American consumers is likely to get #cancelled.

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  8. @CdO

    “And now, for my next trick, I will need a new volunteer…”

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  9. Cheque d'Out says:

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  10. Cheque d'Out says:


    It’s ripping the piss out of a real Scandinavian advert, apparently.

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  11. Cheque d'Out says:

    Our Viking ancestors

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  12. Sharkly says:

    I have always been a strong and stubborn proponent of “Buy American”. And I’ve got a load of American quality made possessions to prove I generally prefer to pay a bit more and get a quality product that wasn’t made by slaves.

    IMHO Anybody who still bitches on about slavery from 150+ years ago, and yet buys Chinese products made by the slaves of today, is a moral hypocrite and one of socialism’s “useful idiots”. If you’re going to buy salve goods, STFU about how slavery was somehow more wrong 150+ years ago, back when White men were still doing it, than today while you are actively propping Chinese slavery up with your monetary support.

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  13. Farm Boy says:

    In the movie Frozen II, the leader of the palace guard is a black guy. I wonder if they thought anybody would notice

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  14. Farm Boy says:

    Texas State assignment asks future teachers to argue ‘whiteness is a construct of privilege’

    https://www.thecollegefix.com/texas-state-assignment-tells-future-teachers-to-argue-whiteness-is-a-construct-of-privilege/

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  15. Farm Boy says:

    Victims of Venezuelan socialism who have come to America recently attended a Venezuela Freedom Rally in Washington, D.C., where Campus Reform asked them for their message to Americans who support socialism.

    “Bernie Sanders is your enemy. Do not ever, ever get involved with this individual or any of the other socialists,” one man who escaped Venezuelan socialism warned. “People are eating from trash bags in the streets,” one woman said. “In Venezuela, there is no food, no medicine, education. No, nothing, nothing,” another woman added

    https://www.cnsnews.com/blog/craig-bannister/socialisms-victims-warn-us-bernie-sanders-your-enemy-dont-fall-it-people-are

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  16. “In the movie Frozen II, the leader of the palace guard is a black guy. I wonder if they thought anybody would notice”

    It made them feel good about themselves, and that’s much more important than actually telling a good story.

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  17. Ame says:

    Kentucky Headhunter
    7h ago
    Exactly how cheap are these cheap Chinese goods? The fact that they have destroyed our manufacturing sector and much if not most of our middle class makes me think they aren’t very cheap at all. But, here I don’t blame the Chinese, I blame the corporate execs who sent those factories and jobs to China.

    yep.

    kinda the chicken and the egg thing.

    no demand, no product. but created demand is the same thing.

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  18. Ame says:

    Sharkly
    5h ago
    I have always been a strong and stubborn proponent of “Buy American”. And I’ve got a load of American quality made possessions to prove I generally prefer to pay a bit more and get a quality product that wasn’t made by slaves.

    IMHO Anybody who still bitches on about slavery from 150+ years ago, and yet buys Chinese products made by the slaves of today, is a moral hypocrite and one of socialism’s “useful idiots”. If you’re going to buy salve goods, STFU about how slavery was somehow more wrong 150+ years ago, back when White men were still doing it, than today while you are actively propping Chinese slavery up with your monetary support.

    i shared the article with my daughters. Aspie Girl told me she’s spent a good amount of time researching the textile industry and all the despicable labor practices involved. she mentioned that people need to be informed, and i told her people ARE informed. they know it exists, but they don’t do anything about it. because we want what we want.

    i still remember pre-box-stores … where the local hardware store still existed. lots of people lost their jobs and businesses when wallyworld took over … and for it to reverse, lots of people will lose their jobs, again.

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  19. Gunner Q says:

    “Will Coronavirus Break Our Addiction to Cheap Imports?”

    Container ships don’t spread plague. The journey takes long enough to act as a de facto quarantine for the remarkably small crews.

    A better question is whether Coronavirus will break our addiction to air travel. The answer to that is no because forming a world government is too important to the Elites to be limited just for public safety. More than a few such Elites think there are too many humans on the planet anyway.

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  20. Farm Boy says:

    “I happen to believe,” Senator Sanders began, “that the re-education of racists and freedom lovers from the middle of the country will be essential to healing and remaking this nation. That is why I am pleased to announce that we will build our very first re-education facility right here in the great state of New Hampshire.”

    Wild cheers broke out from the crowd as Bernie supporters were moved by this great honor.

    Sanders promised that this brand new camp will be tuition-free, and will provide unlimited government cheese, flour, and abortions to both men and women.

    https://babylonbee.com/news/in-appreciation-for-primary-win-bernie-promises-to-make-new-hampshire-the-site-of-his-very-first-re-education-camp

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  21. Farm Boy says:

    A gigantic ‘skeleton’ was found washed up on a Scottish beach during Storm Ciara.
    And locals near Aberdeen have speculated that it could be the remains of the mythical Loch Ness Monster – despite the notorious body of water being roughly 120 miles away.

    https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/weird-news/gigantic-skeleton-found-washed-up-21480835

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  22. Farm Boy says:

    “I don’t think we should be planning for the onesie-twosie cases that we’ve been seeing thus far in the United States,” said Asha George, executive director of the Bipartisan Commission on Biodefense. “We have to plan for the possibility that we have thousands of cases, you know.”

    “Some of the modeling out of the U.K. suggests that we’re capturing about 25% of cases at best. So for every case we identify, there’s three or four that we didn’t identify.”

    https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/health-experts-warn-congress-coronavirus-may-hit-us-hard-in-next-two-to-four-weeks

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  23. Farm Boy says:

    On Wednesday, three high school girls and their mothers filed a Title IX lawsuit against the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference (CIAC), challenging the rules that allow biological males to compete in women’s high school sports. The lawsuit alleges that CIAC and other education officials violated Title IX of the Civil Rights Act by discriminating against girls and failing to provide effective accommodation to allow girls to compete on a level playing field.

    https://pjmedia.com/lifestyle/female-athletes-file-title-ix-lawsuit-to-reverse-unfair-trans-rules/

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  24. Ame says:

    “Never trust a man who combs his hair with a balloon.”

    that is hilarious! lol!

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  25. Farm Boy says:

    The 14,840 new cases in the Hubei province was by far the largest single day spike of new cases as was the additional 242 people who were killed by it.

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/breaking-number-of-confirmed-cases-deaths-of-coronavirus-explodes-in-china

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  26. Farm Boy says:

    Totalitarian hellholes are horrible places, and they are no match for plagues. North Korea is now in denial and hiding information to an extent that makes China look transparent.

    https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2020/02/north_korea_goes_all_out_to_hide_its_coronavirus_cases.html

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  27. Farm Boy says:

    Though the Marvel character Valkyrie, as played by Tessa Thompson in “Thor: Ragnarok,” has always allegedly been queer, director Taika Waititi wants her to be “exclusively queer” in the next Thor installment.

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/director-taika-waititi-wants-valkyrie-to-be-explicitly-queer-in-next-thor-movie

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  28. Cheque d'Out says:

    “director Taika Waititi wants her to be “exclusively queer” in the next Thor installment.”

    Can’t hardly wait not to bother watching that until it’s free

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  29. Farm Boy says:

    TRUMP A MASS MURDERER KILLING ‘BROWN PEOPLE FOR PROFIT’

    Reporters cheer on the radical Pink Floyd alum as he savages President Donald Trump in a fact-free rant.

    https://www.hollywoodintoto.com/roger-waters-trump-mass-murderer-brown-people/

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  30. Farm Boy says:

    An industrious group of Girl Scouts sold hundreds of boxes of their signature cookies after setting up shop outside of a Chicago cannabis dispensary over the weekend.

    https://nypost.com/2020/02/12/chicago-girl-scouts-cash-in-on-cannabis-legalization-sell-cookies-outside-dispensary/

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  31. Cheque d'Out says:

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  32. Farm Boy says:

    “If we are going to get an outbreak here in the UK, and it is an if, not a when, putting it back in time into the summer away from the winter pressures on the NHS … is a big advantage,” he told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme.

    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/feb/13/coronavirus-medical-chief-says-uk-hopes-to-delay-any-outbreak-until-summer

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  33. Farm Boy says:

    As Lee Harding writes in the Frontier Centre for Public Policy, “Canada has no explicit re-education camps. But Trudeau’s leadership has introduced softer forms of forced belief, religious oppression, political indoctrination, restricted communications and mass surveillance.” Bills such as C-16, C-25, C-59, C-75, and C-76 reduce and even criminalize freedom of expression, infringe on rights, compromise due process, and render government transparency dark as night.

    https://pjmedia.com/news-and-politics/justin-trudeau-is-up-to-his-old-tricks-again-as-canada-heads-down-the-totalitarian-road/

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  34. Farm Boy says:

    Just weeks after slamming the door on Buckingham Palace, declaring their suffering as wealthy, pampered, world-famous senior royals so unbearable that they must take their leave and flee to the Canadian woods in search of privacy, humility, a slower way of life, time to think about which noble eco-warrior causes to support (while flying private, of course) and to create normalcy for themselves and their baby, Harry and Meghan are out on the stroll, selling their goods and services — whatever those may be — to the highest bidder.

    https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2020/02/going_down_obama_way_harry_and_meghan_hook_up_with_goldman_sachs.html

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  35. Liz says:

    Exactly how cheap are these cheap Chinese goods? The fact that they have destroyed our manufacturing sector and much if not most of our middle class makes me think they aren’t very cheap at all.

    Kind of like “cheap” middle easter oil.

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  36. Liz says:

    eastern, not easter. Easter oil is expensive but worth it because it comes in bright colors with a complimentary bunny.

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  37. Liz says:

    Easter bunnies are white in these parts.

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  38. Liz says:

    On the subject of China…
    where are all those critics who said we can’t have a trade war with China?

    They might poison us, engage in genocide, slavery, steal our technology and endanger our security but it’s just better to keep the status quo because the consequences for stopping that train wreck are far worse…
    Yeah, where are those folks?

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  39. Cheque d'Out says:

    Just got back from a friends funeral who drowned last week, I took a load of abuse for my floral tribute in the shape of a life jacket, but as I told everyone at the service, it’s what he would have wanted

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  40. Liz says:

    Coronavirus infection is now up to over 60k.
    Yesterday morning it was 48k so that’s a pretty significant increase in a short timeframe.
    Yes, I know they are Chinese numbers and this is just data they are releasing but we can probably suspect there is an aspect of statistical proportionality (there must be some methodology there, I doubt the numbers are simply picked at random).

    https://gisanddata.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/bda7594740fd40299423467b48e9ecf6

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  41. There’s no such thing as a free bunny.

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  42. It’s funny cause it’s true.

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  43. Btw, yeah! Liz has interwebs again! Get a new hamster, Liz? Or did you upgrade to a bunny? 🐰

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  44. Liz says:

    Well, KH…I live a little too close to the People’s Republic of Boulder to come clean on exactly what species of furry animal I’m using (or how many), but what matters is…Woohoo! Got my internet back 😆
    (knocks on wood…)

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  45. Cheque d'Out says:

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  46. Speaking of Clint Eastwood movies no one has mentioned, anybody remember “Firefox”?

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  47. Farm Boy says:

    Trump holds all the responsible right and practically all the center. He was not venturing far into his “constructive hyperbole” when he told a packed crowd in Manchester, N.H., on Monday night that the Democrats are the party of high unemployment, high taxes, high crime, open borders, over-regulation, and late-term abortions.

    https://www.nationalreview.com/2020/02/downward-go-the-democrats/

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  48. Farm Boy says:

    Kaepernick Announces New Plans, Says He’s ‘Fighting Against Systematic Oppression, Dehumanization And Colonization’

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/kaepernick-announces-news-plans-says-hes-fighting-against-systematic-oppression-dehumanization-and-colonization

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  49. Cheque d'Out says:

    Woo Hoo

    BloJo looks to be taking on lawfare. In the UK the court has no business meddling in politics. Our supreme court was a gift from the Bliar and is largely made up of lefty judges. Which is why, last year, they made up a law and made up evidence that BloJo was breaking that made up law and voted him guilty in a unanimous verdict. Lower courts, went with the now unfashionable previous precedent and siad that the courts had no jurisdiction over political matters – BloJo proroguing Parliament.

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  50. Cheque d'Out says:

    Why the ABBC needs to die

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  51. Ame says:

    loved Firefox!

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  52. Cheque d'Out says:

    A barrister who has said that the courts should stay out of politics has been appointed as the Government’s most senior lawyer amid Boris Johnson’s growing battle with the judiciary.

    Suella Braverman, a former leader of backbench Tory Eurosceptics, replaced Geoffrey Cox as Attorney General in a Cabinet reshuffle in which the Prime Minister rewarded loyalists and sacked those who defied him. The appointment of Cambridge law graduate Mrs Braverman will set off alarm bells for judges after she said Parliament must “retrace power ceded to the courts” in an article last month.

    She wrote: “Repatriated powers from the EU will mean precious little if our courts continue to act as political decision-maker, pronouncing on what the law ought to be and supplanting Parliament.

    “Traditionally, Parliament made the law and judges applied it. But today, our courts exercise a form of political power.”

    She also said that while the Human Rights Act was “noble in its intentions”, “the concept of ‘fundamental’ human rights has been stretched beyond recognition”.

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  53. Cheque d'Out says:

    Further to Cill’s point

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  54. Cheque d'Out says:

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  55. horsemanbombadil says:

    Ok

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  56. Ame says:

    wow … you forget how time flies … till you see a very younger Mr. Clint Eastwood!

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  57. No way Airwolf beats Firefox!

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