What Will Happen To Greta?

We all know about Greta, the slightly autistic Climate Change non-adult.  She is young, she did not get to her lofty position through any type of talent, she isn’t particularly bright; so what is her future?

Could she have a future being married with kids?  First, one might ask if she would want it, being that her vision of the future is dystopian.   But assuming that she wants this path, would her standards in what she wants in a man be over-inflated by her fame?  Would fellas worth their salt want her?  She isn’t exactly like Anna or Elsa from Frozen, both in appearance and demeanor.  What kind of mom would she be?  Perhaps a very scolding one.

Probably she will continue for at least a few more years in her advocate job.   Conner, rather than later, she will become an adult.   She is rather less useful as an adult for the Climate Change cause.  She is not articulate, intelligent, engaging, or much of anything useful really.  So she will fall to the wayside.   Where can one go when ones ill-earned fame is taken away?   Probably a lot of unhappy places.

Greta will undoubtedly become a victim of the Climate Change movement.

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167 comments on “What Will Happen To Greta?
  1. horsemanbombadil says:

    SUIT UP! The most magical night of the year!

    (Or just laugh at their tears)

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  2. Ame says:

    hilarious, Horseman! lol!


  3. Ame says:

    Greta – a blaring example of despicable parenting.

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  4. I think Greta will be just fine. Look at all the famous child stars we’ve had going back all the way to King Tut and how well things turned out for them!

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  5. Ame says:

    the parents Little Girl we’ve been keeping since she was 3 (and is almost 12), had a mix-up in who was picking her up today. they each thought the other was picking her up.


  6. Ame says:

    oops – posted that before i was finished writing …

    the parents Little Girl we’ve been keeping since she was 3 (and is almost 12), had a mix-up in who was picking her up today. they each thought the other was picking her up. dad was already home – an hour away. mom was at work. dad called, so i quickly went to pick her up.

    obviously … everyone was panicked that she would be really upset and feel abandoned. i knew she wasn’t alone at school as there were extra-curricular activities going on.

    i spent a few minutes talking to her about how she felt – sad, left, etc. then i told her that things like this happen … it was a miscommunication, which happens … that both her parents love her very much and both were very upset b/c they don’t want to hurt her … and both would do everything possible to try to make sure this doesn’t happen again. then i suggested food – kids are always hungry after school 🙂

    so we picked her up something to eat. she was all smiles by then. i asked her if she forgave her parents … she said yes. so i told her that when they apologize to her, which they would, that she needed to tell them she forgives them and she loves them.

    she came home, did her homework, hung out with Oldest (they’re two peas in a pod 🙂 ) … Dad came – i assured him, again (as i had in text messages to both parents), that she was fine and happy.

    – – –

    i don’t always get things right in this life, but that’s parenting done right.

    sometimes life sucks. sometimes things happen that make us feel terrible. i know this Greta kid is autistic … so is Aspie-Girl. i would have done the exact same thing with Aspie-Girl … and did many times when life wasn’t perfect.

    raising kids to feel entitled, to be stupid, to do things that have the great potential to cause incredible embarrassment … bad parenting. and her parents are proud of what they’ve done. ugh.

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  7. Ame says:

    and now a word for your health! lol!

    i did not know this … and i am NOT suggesting we give up our superfood, super nutritious, Manuka honey from NZ!!! however, knowing and consuming foods with anti-bacterial properties is, imo, really beneficial, esp with all this virus and flu stuff.

    “Why Date Sugar Rivals Honey as Healthiest Sweetener”

    Date Syrup Compares Favorably to Raw Honey
    Research presented in 2015 at the Society for General Microbiology’s Annual Conference in the UK suggested that date syrup possesses anti-bacterial properties that rival raw manuka honey! (5)

    Hajer Taleb, a research student from Cardiff Metropolitan University in the UK, discovered this effect by testing date syrup on colonies of bacteria growing in a petri dish.

    A number of phenolic compounds that form naturally in the date fruit as it ripens are known for their antioxidant potential. They also happen to be anti-bacterial. Date syrup mixed with a range of disease-causing bacteria inhibited their growth within about 6 hours! These strains include Staphylococcus aureus, Escherichia coli, Enterococcus spp. and Pseudomonas aeruginosa.

    Does this mean ditch your raw honey for date syrup? Of course not. Just know that date syrup is a wonderfully healthy sweetener to have as an option in the kitchen to avoid using heated honey.

    Date syrup is also safe to use for children under the age of one where raw honey is contraindicated. Thus, date syrup would be the best sweetener to replace honey in a homemade elderberry syrup recipe, for example, if you are making it for use by very young children.

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  8. Ame says:

    on our local Nextdoor site, someone posted about noticing squatters in a house on their street – this is a huge shock b/c we live in a nice neighborhood, and though we’re in the ‘older’ section (and the ‘newer’ section is very much UMC, which we’re not), it’s still a very safe little community.

    turns out … the owner of the house owns properties, houses, in many communities and states and allows them to degrade, and allows what is perceived as squatters, who often have upwards to 9 or 10 cars out front at any given time. apparently the law doesn’t allow the police to do much about this b/c the homeowner allows it.

    this owner is so terrible someone created a facebook page with updated info on the things he’s done, his name (foreign), and how much he hates and despises our country.

    so it looks like he is involved in tons of illegal stuff that no one has got enough on him yet to take him down. i’m guessing he’s using the houses for things like human trafficking and drugs, perhaps even terrorist cells, etc.


    sheesh! not safe anywhere!!!

    since Aspie-Girl is a redhead, and she loves to do research on things of interest to her, she’s done a ton of research on all facets of red hair. one thing she discovered is that red heads with her profile are high human-trafficking targets.

    just when i think we *might* be ready to teach her to take walks by herself … and not get lost 🙂 (girl can get lost in an empty square!) … around our *safe* neighborhood … eeek!

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  9. Jack says:

    It’s sad and cruel that the left subjected a mentally impaired teenage girl to public scrutiny, just to goad the public into an emotional response to support their political agenda. That is not only intellectually dishonest, it’s also morally corrupt. BAD!!!
    If Greta receives the grace of God, she may become a symbolic voice of her generation – handicapped, helpless, abused… angry at the world without knowing exactly why, but ignorantly believing in something or someone to blame… (ummm… Lemme think…) Like… it was because of generation B, or X, or M… Or “global warming”… Yeah! That’s it! Or the extinction of the white rhino… How sad! Or how Henry Kissinger’s policies led to killing babies in China… (No press review) Or “patriarchy”… Or (insert social justice cause here)… It’s cause this! Yeah! That’s it! That’s right! Damn those (insert anonymous victim of reverse victimization)!

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  10. Cill says:

    I think Greta’s parents, as parents, have been a… ah… bit of a miserable failure, really.

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  11. Cheque d'Out says:

    This is going to make it difficult to schedule matches between teams on different ‘schedules’

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  12. Cheque d'Out says:

    Greta is said to have multiple facial markers of fetal alcohol syndrome

    One might conclude that Greta’s parents have screwed up beginning months before her birth. Or at least, her mother did, by the look of it.
    p.s. I’m not a doctor, nor do I play one on the intertwat

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  13. Cheque d'Out says:



  14. Cheque d'Out says:

    Last year’s Nutty Professor

    And this year’s

    Oh and ermm…trigger warning for Wan Hung Low up above. Hope that it isn’t too late for y’all

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  15. Farm Boy says:

    As for the fact that it’s women who provide childcare, blame Mother Nature. Any woman who has given birth knows that babies gravitate to the mother. Nature framed men and women differently, and they respond to the needs of the helpless differently: women with nurturing and men with breadwinning.

    Pressley then details her other indictments against America, including that deep anger leftists have that pregnancy exists and creates different dynamics for women in the workplace, the home, and the public square — but mostly she blames the Constitution for its imbuing America with original sexist sin


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  16. Farm Boy says:

    The General Lee?

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  17. Cill says:

    Nature framed men and women differently, and they respond to the needs of the helpless differently: women with nurturing and men with breadwinning.

    FB, I change “breadwinning” to “protection”. Feminism is doing everything in its power to make breadwinning impossible for men, starting with the deliberate under-educating of boys. They are trying to rule us out of protection too, but the reality of female helplessness can’t be ignored. How amusing it is to see Nature greater than Feminism and men making a farce of thrashing women in “female” sports. How deafening is the silence from Feminists in the face of transwomen out-performing females with consummate ease.

    Message to feminists : Your “gender is a social construct” is total crap. Eat this you bitches: Women are weaker than men.


    Feminism is more easily defined by stupidity than has been any other ideology to date. It is nature out of balance by female stupidity. Dunno about you lot, but to me it’s quite simply the most damaging of all the anti-nature “isms” since abstract nouns were invented.

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  18. It’s not the General Lee if you can’t hear “Dixie” during the jump.

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  19. …including that deep anger leftists have that pregnancy exists…

    Boy howdy, ain’t that the truth.

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  20. Amanda Marcotte is the crazy feminazi who says that Hallmark Christmas movies are fascist propaganda:

    Now she says that Elizabeth Warren, who people pointedly ignored when she showed up at aa diner in NH, is a rockstar, and the most popular democrat candidate. But, even though she’s the most popular, she won’t get the nomination because of sexism….?


    Warren is a rock star. Crowds love her and she tends to get bigger cheers than anyone, even Sanders. She always takes her analysis to the next level, but manages to explain complex topics without dissembling. The ideas that sound radical in Bernie’s mouth (probably by design, to be fair) sound like common sense coming from Warren. She’s probably the single most popular candidate in the field, with people talking about her positively, even if they support someone else.

    It’s clear, however, after months of cable news seeding the idea that the public is too sexist to elect a woman, that voters aren’t backing her. This created a weird dynamic in New Hampshire, where Warren drew big crowds, often due in large part to political tourists from other states who came to see the hottest act in town, not because she was actually rallying local voters here. So because of sexism, the most popular politician in the field will probably falter in the actual primary.

    The idea that batshit crazy, tinfoil-hat nut bags like Marcotte would have their scribblings appear anywhere other than on the not-too-frequently washed rubber walls of their safe-spaces at the county hospital would have been laughed at not that long ago, but when a civilization declines, I guess it’s like that quote about going bankrupt. “Slowly at first, then all at once.”

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  21. Cill says:

    Well stated KH.

    Now I’m going to attempt some kip. It is 2:50 am in the nethers.

    Nighty night y’all.

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  22. h0neyc0mb says:

    Oh and ermm…trigger warning for Wan Hung Low up above. Hope that it isn’t too late for y’all

    Nope .. I’m used to seeing barn-yard animals run around grunting for attention.


    In an ordinary world she’d be an 8 if she was a submissive soft wife and child-barer .. instead she’s a 3 and abrassive enough to warrant a 1 when she’s attention whoring.

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  23. h0neyc0mb says:

    They kept Cooter in business with front end alignments .. heh!

    And ..

    Merica! (re horn)

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  24. Q: How do you best demonstrate Amanda Marcotte to be a complete nutter?

    A: Quote her…

    -comment at The Other McCain

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  25. Farm Boy says:

    You won’t believe it. I can’t believe it myself. I am 97 today. 1941, age 18. I joined @USArmy Air Corps in WV.1944, age 21; Ace in a day, 1947 age 24; broke sound barrier,1953 age 30 flew 2.5 Mach; now, what’s next?

    — Chuck Yeager (@GenChuckYeager) February 13, 2020

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  26. Liz says:

    the parents Little Girl we’ve been keeping since she was 3 (and is almost 12), had a mix-up in who was picking her up today. they each thought the other was picking her up.

    This happened to me years ago. The boys invited friends over for an afternoon of airsoft. The mom dropped the boy off at the curb and I couldn’t get a hold of the parents for about a week. I mean, I couldn’t get a hold of them at all. He didn’t have night supplies or anything. Finally, about six days later his mom sends me a text saying she is “very very worried” about him, but she was at a yoga retreat (this was Easter holiday). I tried to look up yoga retreats in the area she claimed to be in and Mike said, “I think the yoga retreat’s name is Bob”.

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  27. You should have called the cops after 24 hours and reported her as missing.


  28. Liz says:

    now, what’s next?

    Live to be at least 100.
    You’ve already outlasted Churchill as the quintessential example a person can live to a very old age with a lifetime of “unhealthy habits”.
    Happy birthday, Yeagar!

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  29. Liz says:

    Well…I wanted to save the boy embarrassment. He was a good kid, and a close friend of our boys even if his mother was weird. It was way awkward.

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  30. Liz says:

    Also, child protective services would probably get involved and I wasn’t up for that.
    I didn’t think he would be better off in foster care.

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  31. Liz says:

    Sorry for the extended ramble but…
    She wasn’t the worst mother there, just one of the worst.
    But there were many many bad mothers there.
    That assignment was weird, and it’s no coincidence I came to the sphere around that time.
    I posted about this kid at the time (can’t remember if it was Spawny’s or Just4Guys).
    A lot of boys stayed at our home then, as kind of a second home.

    Side note: internet is sketchy still, even the hot spot isn’t working well now. Catch ya all later

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  32. Cheque d'Out says:

    The EU has just discovered that they’ve a gaping hole in the EU budget because we’re offski
    And there are rows over who’s going to fill the gap and/or where the cuts will be falling

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  33. If that boy wasn’t anxious as to where his mother might be when it got dark that night, it most likely wasn’t his first rodeo, though it was nice you didn’t want to embarrass him.

    I don’t CPS would have helped much, but it might be nice to have something down on paper somewhere. This woman (just like so many others) gets mad that she doesn’t get diamonds and platinum from her kid every Mother’s Day. What an ungrateful brat, after all she was SuperMom!

    Still, not as bad as this:


    “The mother of the missing children, Lori Vallow, would not cooperate with investigators before fleeing to Hawaii with her fifth husband.”

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  34. “sovereign Europe” ??? WTF is that?

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  35. Cheque d'Out says:

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  36. Cheque d'Out says:

    Sovereign Europe is when, in reaction to growing nationalism though-out the EU, the ‘leaders’ double down on handing all sovereignty of their countries over to the unelected globalist EU leadershit.

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  37. Cheque d'Out says:

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  38. Farm Boy says:

    Speaking with MTV about where the franchise is headed after the unnamed 10th film (which might be a two-parter, oh no), Vin Diesel (Dominic Toretto) revealed the idea. “I’ve created a female spin-off. And that script comes next month, so we will see.”



  39. Farm Boy says:

    College Republicans tabling at the University of California, Santa Cruz were accosted by passersby who ripped their signs, spit on their Betsy Ross flag, tussled with them physically, and yelled obscenities


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  40. Farm Boy says:

    A biologically male marathon runner who identifies as a transgender woman is set to compete in the USA Olympic trials later in February.


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  41. Farm Boy says:

    Later on, as Greta becomes old hat, maybe she could declare herself to be a man


  42. It’s a new Olympic record, everyone! What a victory for women runner’s everywhere!

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  43. Cheque d'Out says:

    Ha ha! Great news. Princess & Prince Sparkles have sacked all their UK staff. They ain’t coming back to live here. Sux2BU North America

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  44. Cheque d'Out says:


    Oh you do. You really do deserve it. You know, of course, that it’ll be shit.

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  45. Cheque d'Out says:

    Might well be right up Ton’s Alley, I reckon

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  46. Cheque d'Out says:

    Queuing this up for a watch tomorrow

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  47. Working title, “Truck Stop Whores – The En-vag-in-ing”


  48. Well, I can’t say I like that, and I don’t think the pony soldiers are gonna like it either.

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  49. Sharkly says:

    I would prefer not to see nudie pictures here. I only peruse here for the articles and the comments. LOL
    A friend tells me there are other sites on the internet featuring pornography.

    Yes I was accused in court of being a sex/porn addict. No it is not true, and I proved that a few times over. However, if it was true, you pimps would be feeding my addiction. LOL

    Anyhow for my own continued exoneration,(child custody) I have tracking software on my computer to prove, that I don’t look at porn. Doh! You guys are messing with my ratings.

    Anyhow, I’d prefer not to run into it here.

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  50. Gunner Q says:

    Dunno what will happen to Greta but I know what WON’T happen to her: sainthood in the North Dakota oil fields.



  51. Sharkly says:

    Not to keep harping on it, but I can also be fired from my work for a single instance of accessing pornography while at work, and my access is monitored and recorded there too, for work/security related reasons.

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  52. Cheque d'Out says:

    Brace yourselves for some terrible news. Big Em is out of the leadership race.

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  53. Cheque d'Out says:

    That was a stunning and brave image of a strong and independent munter, which I just removed, I’m shocked that anyone would consider that porn. If anything, I’d personally call it anti-porn.

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  54. Cheque d'Out says:

    Ruh-roh. Time for a Scooby-Snak?

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  55. Why not just tazer the guy? Anybody who punches a cop in the face is obviously not thinking clearly and is a danger to themselves and others at that point. I’m always worried more about the dogs. Met some very handsome specimens on a field trip once.

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  56. “Anyhow for my own continued exoneration,(child custody) I have tracking software on my computer to prove, that I don’t look at porn. Doh! You guys are messing with my ratings.”

    How does that prove anything? The idea of a person having more than one computer hasn’t occurred to the court system?

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  57. Farm Boy says:

    In case you thought Democrats could not get any kookier, Rolanda Hollis (D) an Alabama State Rep. is pushing a bill forcing all men to get mandated vasectomies at 50 or after their 3rd child.



  58. Farm Boy says:

    A 34-year-old man was arrested in New Hampshire on Thursday after he attacked a 15-year-old Trump supporter who was wearing a “Make America Great Again” hat



  59. Farm Boy says:

    In that context, not too many voters will care as to which clown is driving the clown car in any given Democrat state primary, or who wins that clown nomination. Most clear-headed people will acknowledge that it’s just not the time to be taking a risk on any one of these bozos.

    The soccer moms will look to Alpha Male Business Daddy Who Built the Wall against All Odds



  60. h0neyc0mb says:

    As an Alabama resident .. I agree .. (re:
    Rolanda Hollis (D) an Alabama State Rep. is pushing a bill forcing all men to get mandated vasectomies at 50 or after their 3rd child.

    AND .. would offer an ah-men-ment to the proposal ..

    ALL wimminz over the age of 21 and not married must marry or join a bro-thaw-ill (yes we need to make that legal again .. heh) ..

    And ALL wimminz over the age of 30 years old must have their tubes tied unless she agrees to having more (white .. heh) babies .. one per year at minimum.

    That’s just a start of course .. HEH!

    ALL in favor say Aye!

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  61. Cheque d'Out says:

    Molon labe, biatch

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  62. SFC Ton says:

    Parenting done right is the savage joy of watching your son crush the other little bastards with full throttle double leg take downs in his 1st wresting tournament then rejoicing in the lamentations of the opposing parents and coaches.

    Also a huge amount of smug satisfaction knowing your son won’t face much comeptetion when it comes time to create the next generation of Tons….. hell even The Girls seek to be smug about that one

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  63. Ame says:

    Roses are red
    Violets are blue
    I love all you Strappin’ Spawny Men
    And the Darlin’s, too!

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  64. Ame says:

    Happy Valentine’s Day, ya’ll, from The Great State of Texas!

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  65. Ame says:

    11h ago
    the parents Little Girl we’ve been keeping since she was 3 (and is almost 12), had a mix-up in who was picking her up today. they each thought the other was picking her up.

    This happened to me years ago. The boys invited friends over for an afternoon of airsoft. The mom dropped the boy off at the curb and I couldn’t get a hold of the parents for about a week. I mean, I couldn’t get a hold of them at all. He didn’t have night supplies or anything. Finally, about six days later his mom sends me a text saying she is “very very worried” about him, but she was at a yoga retreat (this was Easter holiday). I tried to look up yoga retreats in the area she claimed to be in and Mike said, “I think the yoga retreat’s name is Bob”.

    Liz – that’s … that’s crazy.

    unfortunately, there are parents who abandon their kids and think it’s okay.

    i will never abandon my kids, and they know it.

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  66. Ame says:

    the other side of the story with Little Girl is that i made sure her parents were placated as they wanted to blame each other. they’re divorced, and esp the mom wanted to go after the dad, but i nipped that in the bud quickly.

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  67. Ame says:

    10h ago
    Also, child protective services would probably get involved and I wasn’t up for that.
    I didn’t think he would be better off in foster care.

    wise. one needs to use extreme cautious getting cps involved.

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  68. Ame says:

    KH – i couldn’t finish that article. crazy extreme.

    i knew a woman with two girls the ages of mine. divorced her husband. met a man in another state online and wanted to marry him but had to get full custody to take the children with her. in the state of texas, when you divorce you have to live in a ‘contiguous county’ to where the divorce was filed to keep the children local. well, the parents can move, but the kids stay.

    went thru the court process saying he was an abusive alcoholic. they had to pay someone to come in and do a ‘study,’ but they couldn’t find any evidence on the guy. she married the out-of-state guy in the middle of it all to try to sway the courts. she lost the case. left her girls with the supposedly abusive alcoholic and moved to the other state with the new husband.

    i knew those two little girls.

    i was so incensed i ended that friendship and never contacted her or spoke to her again.

    mentally or physically, i will never abandon my kids.

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  69. Farm Boy says:

    In Beijing and elsewhere, Chinese diplomats have pitched the crisis as a test of friendship, calling on foreign governments not to suspend travel links with China or to evacuate their citizens—measures Beijing decries as unnecessary, fear-inducing and unfriendly.

    “True friendship emerges in times of adversity,” Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying has repeated in recent weeks.

    It generally hasn’t worked.



  70. Farm Boy says:

    According to White, the animal rights organization feels “pet” is a derogatory term and suggested people should stop using it since it is not animal-friendly language. She stated, “A lot of people at home who have dogs or cats will call them ‘pets’ and refer to themselves as ‘owners,’ and this implies that the animals are a possession, like a car, for example“



  71. Farm Boy says:

    The updated, modernized Valentine’s Day cards say things like, “I love you!” and “Be mine!” Then, when you open them up, a 300-page contract falls out, requiring your signature and initials to confirm that you consent to being pursued romantically.


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  72. Farm Boy says:

    Is Wuhan a serious public health concern? Yes.

    Is Wuhan a serious pandemic threat? Not yet.

    If containment mainly to China via travel restrictions and 14-day quarantine can be enforced, it is probably not a pandemic threat ever to North America or Western Europe or Australia. Africa and Southeast Asia outside China, Japan, and Singapore need careful watching. And as with 2009 Swine flu, South America will be hit or miss.

    Is 14-day quarantine effective? Yes.

    Is a vaccine on the horizon? No.

    Is a drug therapy on the horizon? Yes.



  73. RichardP says:

    FB – thanks for that link. That is a very interesting and useful summary.

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  74. Farm Boy says:

    “Frankly, there’s just too many white people in here, and this is a space for people of color, so, just be really cognizant of the space that you’re taking up because it does make some of us POCs uncomfortable when we see too many white people in here,” the student said



  75. Cheque d'Out says:

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  76. Cheque d'Out says:

    [Ruined my day this did ]

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  77. Cheque d'Out says:


  78. Cheque d'Out says:


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  80. Cheque d'Out says:

    Way better than Birds of Prey


  81. Cheque d'Out says:

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  82. Sumo says:

    Parenting done right is the savage joy of watching your son crush the other little bastards with full throttle double leg take downs in his 1st wresting tournament then rejoicing in the lamentations of the opposing parents and coaches.

    Holy shit, Nii-san. How old is your boy now, anyhow?

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  83. Sharkly says:

    How does that prove anything? The idea of a person having more than one computer hasn’t occurred to the court system?

    I think the cunt-court already knew I was innocent when my divorcing wife(who hadn’t put out in years) filed the spurious accusations that I was a sex addict, perhaps for wanting sex after only a couple years since the last time I had gotten any, at that point. But it is an anti-father game, where they claim they have to err on the side of the children’s safety, until such time as I can “prove” I’m not a sex/porn addict.

    My great grandparents moved to this county from East Prussia and my family has farmed here ever since. This is a small tightknit community. I’m fifty years old, and have lived on this current property for nearly 30 years. If there had been even a whiff of similar prior accusations, then they might have had a reason to believe her. But the only person with a really bad reputation around here is my wife’s lawyer. Not that any of that constitutes proof, but, I think even the cunt-court knows they’re screwing me over at the behest of a no good piece of shit. Nonetheless I had two complete psychological evaluations done to assure I was in no way a possible danger to my sons. The computer tracking was my own lawyer’s recommendation just to be able to rub it in their face, if the bitches tried to ever bring their libelous accusations back up again.

    There’s more, but long story short, those lying cunts are in league with Satan, and make me grateful that there is a fiery pit of eternal torment already prepared for them. If I didn’t believe in God, I’d feel it necessary to meet out justice to them myself. They’re quite fortunate I believe God will torment them far worse than I ever could. Because if I didn’t believe my creator would recompense their unrepentant sins against me with exacting justice, I’d feel inclined to handle it myself. At this point in my life, I have nothing I don’t already count as lost. I don’t fear death, I don’t fear a life of imprisonment. I hate my job. I hate my life. But, I’m free. The truth has set me free. Even in prison, I’d be far more free than the rest of the enslaved mases on their way to hell. I’ve crossed the Rubicon, I’m on God’s side, and opposed to this world. The fear of death, the fear of men, the fear of crazy-cunts all have lost sway over me. I only fear my Lord and I fear my own fallible nature.

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  84. Cheque d'Out says:

    I wonder how many landmines have been created by modern society? How many guys are thinking that they wouldn’t mind dying as long as the hill was big enough? They’re not going to do anything small and end up in trouble over small shit but…

    Perhaps that’s why the popularity of the movie ‘Joker’ (which I haven’t seen) seems to have scared them?

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  85. Cheque d'Out says:

    Joker seems to be a nice guy, I like his vids. Great warning video for women in their 20s.

    Liked by 2 people

  86. Cill says:

    WordPress is making it more and more difficult for me to log in. While I can, I want to say how much I’ve enjoyed this blog. If I fade out it won’t be by choice.

    Liked by 5 people

  87. Farm Boy says:

    I spoke about this issue 24 years ago when I was first elected to the House of Representatives. It wasn’t called Closing the Gap back then, but again we threw countless billions at the very same problems we’re talking about today. What’s changed since I first raised those issues? Nothing. We still have Aboriginal kids not going to school. The wonderful air-conditioned school in Doomadgee has around 400 students enrolled, but they’re barely able to roll-call 50 per cent of students on any given day. They’ve got just one child in the whole school with a 100 per cent attendance record. Whose fault is that? Lazy parents. You can’t blame the whites when it’s your own negligence.



  88. Cheque d'Out says:

    I watched ‘Close Range’ again lat night. I do like Scott Adkins’ work. And I like that they didn’t have him play the goody-goody, he’s a bastard who happens to be on the right side (this time at least). There are multiple fight scenes in this video.

    He’s also the star of ‘Accident Man’ (based on a comic) where he plays an assassin that kills while making it look like an accident. Has some John Wick vibes but without all the guns.


  89. Ame says:

    boo. i really hope that doesn’t happen, Cill.

    so … epic is a browser, and wordpress doesn’t like epic. grrr.

    is there another platform that would work?

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  90. Cheque d'Out says:

    Some real winners here, guys. Form an orderly queue


  91. Farm Boy says:

    Ashley Judd Reacts To ‘Misogynistic Savages’ Mocking Her Puffy Face In Warren Campaign Ad, Says Her Botox Is Medical



  92. Farm Boy says:

    By now, you may have heard that some queer people think that Pete Buttigieg, the former mayor of South Bend, Indiana, and a current contender for the Democratic Presidential nomination, is not gay enough.



  93. Cheque d'Out says:

    Well, I never saw this coming.


  94. horsemanbombadil says:


    Hmmm clues, clues

    “At 34, my biological clock was ticking, although my doctor tried to assure me that IVF success rates for women my age were about 40 per cent.”

    “For 17 years, my cellphone sounded an alarm daily at 8 p.m. It was my reminder to take my birth control pill,”

    “And so, we delay. The average age of mothers at first birth has been rising steadily since the mid-1960s, when it was 24 years old. In 2016, the average age reached 29.2, Statistics Canada reports.”

    Consequences? We don’t need no stinkin consequences!!

    “If we agree that women earning an education, entering the work force and advancing in their careers is a good thing, then what help are we offering them when they follow this path only to discover they have done so by sacrificing their most fertile years?”

    “Ontario’s publicly funded system is the only one of its kind in Canada, and if things were frustrating for me, at least I didn’t live in Newfoundland, a province with no IVF clinic at all.

    Ontario’s system costs the province $50-million a year.”



  95. Farm Boy says:

    China must make every effort to maintain economic and social control as it battles the coronavirus epidemic, and avoid causing panic that could lead to secondary “disasters,” President Xi Jinping told senior officials earlier this month.



  96. BuenaVista says:

    “Is Wuhan a serious pandemic threat? Not yet.”

    Uh-huh. Guy goes on in the next breath to describe the most draconian efforts — in human history — to isolate and quarantine 1 billion people, such people being euthanized like stricken hogs or turkeys, welded into their homes while starving, and are being disappeared for taking pictures or verbally describing events.

    But it’s not a pandemic threat. Nyuh-uh. The body burning is so extensive it can be seen from satellites. Ho-hum. China has declared martial law, but it’s not a threat. Nod your head, everybody.

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  97. She gets to vote, same as you. Now, does that seem right?

    Liked by 5 people

  98. BuenaVista says:

    Scholastic and collegiate wrestling in the USA is so-called “folkstyle” and it’s different than the Olympic styles of “Freestyle” and “Greco-Roman.” I assume Ton’s half-ton is wrestling folkstyle.

    This guy (man in black) Spencer Lee won the NCAA’s last year, on one leg. His youtubes are generally short because his matches end quickly. He won his first 10 matches in something sick, like 16 minutes, this year. He’s a favorite in the next Olympics. Iowa puts 10-14,000 people in the seats for wrestling and they’re knowledgeable; they cheer and stomp for little things that most can’t see. A couple years ago Iowa wrestled Oklahoma State in the football stadium; it was snowing.

    Here Lee is congratulated by Tom and Terry Brands, his coaches. The Brands brothers wrestled for Gable and won an Olympic gold and bronze, respectively. The live on the opposite sides of town and still get in fights with each other. Real fights, not play fights. No drywall is safe. At 50 they still work out with the team. They share one hobby: Guns. Lots and lots of guns.

    Brands was remarking on another wrestler, also a national champion contender, recently. He’d had his knee wrenched and stretched and was freaking out on national TV, and Brands shrugged, “If we could have just gotten him calmed down, I think he could have continued.” Point being, Gable won a ’72 gold without giving up a point — on one leg — so shut up and finish the match so we don’t get a six-point medical default.

    Premier wrestlers are not normal people. Wrestling culture is the antithesis of celebrity-seeking popular sports. After the video I have a simple chart that documents the three schools of wrestling.

    Click to access Folkstyle__Freestyle__and_Greco-Roman___points_v2.pdf

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  99. “If we agree that women earning an education, entering the work force and advancing in their careers is a good thing,”

    Who agreed to that?

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  100. @CdO Do you know if the 19 yo with 3 kids, who is ready to settle down and grow old with someone (Grow old? I think you mean grow up, sugar britches.) is still available?

    Asking for a friend about to drop out of the Democratic nominee race. Mostly just looking for someone with nice hair he can sniff.

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  101. RichardP says:

    Mostly just looking for someone with nice hair he can sniff.

    Marketing opportunity for someone. Spritz spray for the hair. Marketing slogan: Just a spritz’ll do ya. Many different scents. Call it Biden’s Delight.

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  102. Farm Boy says:

    Is sniffing hair a common thing?


  103. Farm Boy says:

    She stepped in the shit

    Mayor Breed’s admission of thousands of dollars in unreported gifts from a subordinate is likely illegal, certainly unethical, and part of a culture of casual corruption that is eroding the faith of the public,” said San Francisco Supervisor Gordon Mar. “Given the seriousness of this admission, the direct connection to the central figure in the FBI’s investigation into public corruption, I believe we need to put the people of San Francisco first. I believe Mayor Breed should do the right thing and temporarily step back from her duties until a full, independent investigation can be completed.”


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  104. Cheque d'Out says:

    Well…Biden does it a lot.

    Liked by 1 person

  105. Farm Boy says:

    The London High Court has ruled a police investigation into allegedly “transphobic” tweets unlawful. The presiding judge, Justice Julian Knowles, likened the police methods used in the case to that of the Soviet secret police Cheka and the Nazi Gestapo. The police action amounted to a “disproportionate interference” with the freedom of speech, the court found on Friday.


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  106. Farm Boy says:

    Does any fella out there have a compulsion to smell hair?


  107. RichardP says:

    The World Health Organization (WHO) describes pandemic as “the worldwide spread of a new disease.”

    WHO doesn’t specify, but I’m guessing that definition means more than one or two people per country around the world.

    Disease is opportunistic. We are seeing that in action now with Covid-19 (WuFlu) decimating certain parts of China and North Korea. The rest of the world? Not so much. Yet. Because the virus is not meeting with the same opportunities it found in China and North Korea. So the original statement “Is Wuhan a serious pandemic threat? Not yet.” remains true at the moment. Certain parts of China are devastated. That is not the definition of a pandemic.

    I think we don’t see evidence that Covid-19 is going to spread around the world at a level necessary to meet the definition of pandemic (which was the point of the quote BV took issue with). That could change. But logic suggests that if things were going to change, they would have done so by now. Because the rest of the world has been given a major heads-up, they can be vigilant and nip things in the bud before the virus can cause major damage – by immediately administering quarantine, anti-bacterials, anti-virals, and oxygen.


  108. Sharkly says:

    Michael Bloomberg Mulls Picking Hillary Clinton As His Running Mate
    That’s the ultimate death wish. Voluntarily putting yourself one single Arkancide away from Hillary stealing the presidency. Unless you plan to kill Hillary first, before the general election and use her to gain the female sympathy vote, and the male “thank-you” vote, to help you catch up to Trump.

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  109. Farm Boy says:

    I wonder if Hillary is taller than Bloomberg…


  110. Farm Boy says:

    Hillary is two inches shorter than Bloomberg


  111. Martin Sheen know something about hair at the link above.

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  112. “Hillary is two inches shorter than Bloomberg”

    Not where it counts.

    [Thinking of Michelle Obama you are?]

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  113. Farm Boy says:

    Well, that would be organic

    The Martin Sheen hair spray.

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  114. Liz says:

    Holy shit, Nii-san. How old is your boy now, anyhow?

    I was wondering the same.
    Time sure flies!
    Well done, Ton (and Girls)! That is some quality parenting (and offspring). 🙂


  115. Farm Boy says:

    I wonder if Biden has ever sniffed Hillary’s hair…


  116. Liz says:

    Fwiw, my internet still sucks. It worked for about 5 seconds, and I was super happy, then kicked off when I tried to post. Boo in the extreme.
    Using the hot spot but must sign out in a moment.


  117. Liz says:

    Call it Biden’s Delight.
    What if your wish is to keep Biden away?


  118. Gunner Q says:

    Farm Boy says:
    15 February, 2020 at 6:01 pm
    “She stepped in the shit Mayor Breed’s admission of thousands of dollars in unreported gifts from a subordinate is likely illegal…”

    Here’s the TL;DR on that. Mayor London had an affair with SF Public Works Director Mohammed Nuru twenty years ago, “maintained a close friendship” for the remainder of the twenty years and is only now admitting the relationship “for the sake of transparency” after an FBI corruption probe arrested him and is now looking for his partners in crime.

    It’s possible that Nuru used illegal means to support Breed’s mayoral election.

    If you’re wondering how the FBI got involved in local gov’t corruption, Nuru began offering bribes to the officials at SF International Airport in 2018, which is Federal jurisdiction, and the airport commissioners called in the FBI.

    I can’t imagine why a post-9/11 airport authority might sound the alarm over a bribe from “Mohammed”. Heh. He got too greedy and reached too far.

    But don’t get your hopes up. Here is London Breed’s main rival, Hillary Ronen. Notice her eyes don’t match her mouth:

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  119. ^^^If Michelle Obama was white (and a woman(???)) ^^^^

    Liked by 4 people

  120. Farm Boy says:

    And in Hollywood’s faux obsession with the patriarchy, Ferrell’s character wins the Emasculation Olympics, and it’s not even close.



  121. Farm Boy says:

    What if your wish is to keep Biden away?

    Well, if you are in San Francisco you could go outside, scoop up some shit and rub it into your hair

    Liked by 1 person

  122. Farm Boy says:

    Most people would say that having shit on your sidewalks is bad, but sometimes something good can come out of it

    Liked by 1 person

  123. Cheque d'Out says:

    She went to Isis and…

    Liked by 3 people

  124. Farm Boy says:

    “Bloomberg buys the Democratic elite.” It is not the rank and file getting rich off of Bloomberg, but rather the ostensible leadership class, and therein lie the seeds of destruction for the party that purports to be about the common man, woman, and nonbinary individual.

    He’s distorting the incentives of activists, officials and campaign fixers who suddenly are thinking less about a presidential victory and more about the Bloomberg gravy train

    The Democrats have always been simultaneously the party of the elites and the party of the dependent classes, pretending to protect the latter while enriching the former. At the precise moment when left wing radicals sincerely aiming at taxing and regulating the wealthy out of their financial perch are daring to speak openly of confiscating wealth, along comes a man who laughs in their faces and proves that many of their ostensible leaders will sell them out



  125. Farm Boy says:

    Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) says that English should not be the official language of the U.S., a reversal from a vote she cast more than a decade ago.



  126. Liz says:

    Not if it’s baby or toddler poo, Farmboy. 😆
    (there’s an idea…maybe it’s the smell of baby shampoo or baby powder he likes?
    Seems most effective in people under age 9)

    Side note: Rugby on a field covered in ice…is pretty hard core.

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  127. https://thehill.com/homenews/campaign/483226-klobuchar-says-english-should-not-be-us-national-language-reversing-from

    “Moderate” democrat candidate Amy Klobuchar doesn’t think English should be the official language of the U.S., though she voted in the affirmative in 2007. The 3 term Senator also could not name the current president of Mexico.

    I think Mark Steyn said it pretty well, “A moderate democrat is one you just don’t know that much about … yet.”

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  128. SFC Ton says:

    Holy shit, Nii-san. How old is your boy now, anyhow?

    LOL he’s been on the mat since he started to toddler around but at this age any kid who takes it serious is pretty much king of the mat. We’ll see how that goes when the other kids start catching up.

    On the nature vs nurture deal, I want he to learn certain athletic skills. There are a lot of things you have to learn by a certian at a or you’ll never be able to matter them. Any rate when he was 2, i’d you him a ball so we can working on throwing, catching, hand eye thing and the little fucker would toss the ball across the room and go get the focus mitt.

    My youngest son would rather throw a ball then anything else but be on the boat. He’ll do his little drills at my jistu but he doesn’t take anything serious. Unless it’s a ball. Or a boat

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  129. h0neyc0mb says:

    Nothing “matches her mouth” [sic]. heh

    Liked by 2 people

  130. SFC Ton says:

    My jistu and folkstyle. Partly becuase preducjice and partly due to availability. Pretty sure insurance rates for freestyle and Greco-roman limited the age range

    Don’t know for sure, also don’t care 😉

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  131. SFC Ton says:

    Ps my oldest grandson is also wrestling and has some amazing coaches.

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  132. Farm Boy says:

    Bloomberg’s spending is having a shockingly disruptive effect on Democratic politics throughout the country: He is hiring armies of staffers and canvassers in nearly every state in the country at eye-popping salaries, poaching talent from other campaigns and progressive organizations that are now struggling to fill jobs. In just three months, the Bloomberg campaign has hired thousands of people to staff more than 125 offices around the country



  133. Farm Boy says:

    Gratuitous images

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  134. Farm Boy says:

    allegations made against Bloomberg, the most disturbing of which involved Bloomberg allegedly telling a top saleswoman at his company that she should “kill” her baby while she was pregnant.



  135. @CdO on Joker vid

    Nice, calm, clinical analysis. No anger or name-calling from him, just matter-of-fact breakdown. However, that total basket-case is low-hanging (but rotten) fruit.

    1. Whore makeup and hair. Not “girly”, full on whore.
    2. Whore outfit.
    3. Still trying to build career at 34 doing whatever-the-fuck she does, which leads to…
    4. No money. She’s broke and wants to find a fat wallet to land on.
    5. “Medical condition” keeps her from getting a job and paying her own bills. If she’s that fragile, what kind of wife and mother is she going to make?
    6. Not even really sure if she wants kids. Just super-jealous of her happy friends who have them.
    7. Refuses to see anything as maybe being even partially her fault.
    Nope, its all men’s fault.
    8. Thinks she can still be super-picky (looking for a guy between 34-37, tall, rich, good-looking, who likes girls who dress up like whores), even though she’s well past her sell-by date.
    9. 100% this chick is on psycho-active medications
    10. Comes off as real alpha widow. Might have just missed landing a real winner back in her 20’s and hasn’t come close since.

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  136. That looks right tasty, I mean tasteful.

    Liked by 4 people

  137. BuenaVista says:

    Appeal to authority … check.
    “Threat” means “stuff that’s already happened” … check.


  138. Farm Boy says:

    1. At first Biden is reluctant to run. But in the spring of 2019 he gets wind of Trump investigating his corruption in Ukraine – and he immediately enters the race on 4/25/19. On the trail he looks old, tired, and his heart just isn’t in it. Why do it then? Because it’s about a lot more things than simply running for president.

    2. If Trump isn’t stopped, the entire Biden family’s dirt will come out. At this point, the only way to avoid or at least to delay it is Biden being in the race: the news of his corruption can then be discredited as usual electioneering and Trump’s dirty tricks.


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  139. Farm Boy says:

    A new survey of more than 8,000 people has found that those who identify with left-wing political beliefs are more likely to have been diagnosed with a mental illness.


    Liked by 1 person

  140. Farm Boy says:

    Giant Billboard in London Encourages Women to Cheat on Their Husbands. “Married to one man while fantasizing about others?”


    [Heee, heee, heee. Justin]


  141. Watched Accident Man last night. Thought the story was weak, but the fight scenes were good, excepting the stupid one with Jane at the end. He can beat up a 6’6″ 300 lb Russian or 2 big spec ops guys simultaneously, but the little girl knocks him down 5 times? C’ mon, man.

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  142. Farm Boy says:

    President William Henry Harrison set the record for the shortest presidential term, dying a mere 31 days in office.

    With a Vice President @HillaryClinton, a President @MikeBloomberg could shatter this record.

    — Mike Davis (@mrddmia) February 16, 2020


    Former Clinton Advisor Warns Mike Bloomberg: “Before You Put Hillary on Your Ticket, Better Hire a Taster”

    — Jim Hoft (@gatewaypundit) February 15, 2020


    Death wish…

    — James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) February 15, 2020


    News from the future: President Bloomberg after only one week in office was found dead today from what appears to be a freak suicide.

    — Mark Young (@MarkYoungTruth) February 15, 2020

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  143. Farm Boy says:

    The London Times has become the latest media outlet to suggest that embracing traditional gender roles is a form of extremism with an article that claims so-called ‘trad wives’ are on a par with “ISIS brides.”



  144. Farm Boy says:

    * Kellie-Jay Keen-Minshull, a blogger, was interviewed by West Yorkshire police on suspicion of transphobic offences after tweeting in 2018 about a charity director taking her 16-year-old child to Thailand for gender reassignment surgery. No charges.

    * Gordon Larmour, a born-again Christian street preacher, was locked in a cell and charged with subjecting a gay teenager to threatening or abusive behaviour “aggravated by prejudice relating to sexual orientation” for quoting the Book of Genesis in Irvine, North Ayrshire, in 2017.

    * A police investigation was opened in 2012 after Rio Ferdinand tweeted a reference to Ashley Cole, a fellow footballer, being a “choc ice” — alleged to mean Cole was black on the outside but white on the inside. No charges were brought.

    * Suffolk police were criticised for contacting a 74-year-old woman who tweeted “gender is BS” and telling her to “tone down” her posts. They later called back to apologise



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