When Being A Woman Isn’t Enough

The American Presidential Primary Season is in full swing.  One of the candidates is Elizabeth Warren, termed Pocahontas by President Trump.  For those who do not know the back story, She claimed to be an American Indian throughout her academic career.  She also rose to what is considered to be the pinnacle of Law Schools, Harvard.  It has since been shown that she is not of any appreciable American Indian descent,; throwing her rise through academia in question.

Everybody here knows that being a woman is useful when applying for desirable white collar positions.  It turns out that fits percent of the population are women, so for an ambitious lady, more of an advantage would be needed.  Membership in a minority group could turn the trick.

Elizabeth Warren and the people who chose/hired her throughout her career swear up and down that her status as a twofer had nothing to do with her rise. Often they have made a big fuss about their denials.  In short, large swaths of people don’t believe them (white men in particular).   The way that it works is that people on selection committees don’t need to be told what is desired.  Why you might ask?  Probably there have been meetings along the way where minority hiring events have been praised, or lamentations made about how few minority staff members there were.  None of this was mentioned at meeting were new staff hiring was discussed, giving plausible deniability.  Everybody there knows the game.  And if they are slow on the update, others will whisper in their ear.

Probably there is no documented evidence in existence that Liz Warren was given preferential treatment.  Probably no administrator got up and said to the selection committed what criteria was really important.  So, it didn’t really happen.

Exit question:  If Hillary had American Indian blood, would she be President now?

Posted in FarmBoy, Feminism, Lies, Politics
201 comments on “When Being A Woman Isn’t Enough
  1. horsemanbombadil says:



    The Tyenindega reserve is 10 minutes down the road. They have been blocking the railroad for 16 days in sympathy for the hereditary chiefs in b.c. who oppose a pipeline on their lands.
    Justin wanted talks before endorsing the injunction to take the barricades down.


    1. The Elected chiefs in b.c. voted for the pipeline and the money it brings
    2. The 5 count em 5 unelected chiefs (two of which ran but lost being official chiefs) represent no one.
    3. The Mohawks of Quinte who run Tyenindega support the pipeline.
    4. The 10 count em 10 members of the Warrior Society blocking the tracks represent no one and are disavoided by their chiefs.

    So the only people you can officially talk to agree with you. The vigilanties causing the issue have no standing to talk to you. So you talk to???

    This wont end by a pretty please from Justin. Its gonna take force that ends badly.

    Us locals are avoiding the res like the plague instead of going down for cheap gas and smokes. Instead getting popcorn for our front row seats.

    P.s. the Res, the rail blockade and CFB Trenton are within 10 miles of each other.

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  2. horsemanbombadil says:

    Justin is acting now because Montreal is down to 4 days in propane and Toronto has aweeks worth of chlorine for its water treatment. Cant have the two biggest cities without heat and water. (With the backlog if the trains aint moving by monday its too late)

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  3. horsemanbombadil says:

    Warren wants to identify as an indian? Here even the indians dont wanna identify as indian.


  4. horsemanbombadil says:

    Joker is on a roll.

    A list of stories why just say fuck it, I’m out. As he said not enough bleach to clear out my eyes.

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  5. horsemanbombadil says:

    For the pilots.

    Imagine your solo and you lose your gear. She does a good job keeping it together for a 17 year old.

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  6. horsemanbombadil says:

    God I miss a sense of humour.

    Liked by 3 people

  7. SFC Ton says:

    Hilary is way to unlikable to win a national election

    I don’t know who will win the 2020 election, I’m fair certain it will be Trump but I do know the winner will be a feminist. Trump is a center left populist at best and he does buy into almost all of the left’s broad based beliefs


  8. SFC Ton says:

    A large powerful etc us military isn’t a threat to Russia or Putin. Their goals are regional in scope and educationally rational.

    Russia also lacks almost everything you need to be a major player/ threat to the usa.

    Busy body do gooder’ism of the globalist sort is a problem for Putin and Russia

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  9. SFC Ton says:

    Jokers intro music reminds me of a 70’s dating show……..

    Long term Canada’s ecconmy is fucked beyond imagination. Their only hope is tying that pipeline to the usa’s grid. Not in the way you think, the usa is energy independent now but our pipelines is still the cheapest way for them to sell on the international market.

    The typical Canadian is to high on their own vagina fumes to see that far down the road so they are probably extra fucked.

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  10. Cheque d'Out says:


  11. Farm Boy says:

    It’s the same with “Birds of Prey.” In its desire to get the audience cheering for its female protagonists, it goes the easy – and safe – route of simply surrounding them with male characters so depraved, so selfish, so bumbling that the audience couldn’t possibly see our heroes as anything less than saintly.

    Messaging is one thing, but lazy messaging is another.



  12. Farm Boy says:

    Imagine there’s no bread
    It’s easy if you try
    No tacos or hot sauce,
    Nothing cold or fried,
    Imagine all the people living in the gulags

    Imagine there’s no money
    It isn’t hard to do
    Nothing to eat or drink
    And no bacon too
    Imagine all the people living short life spans ooooh

    You may say I’m a commie
    But I’m not the only one
    And someday you will join us
    Or we’ll shoot you in the face

    Imagine no possessions
    Because all your stuff was redistributed
    Lots of greed and hunger
    A brotherhood of man
    Imagine all the people sharing all your stuff, yeah

    You may say I’m a commie
    But I’m not the only one
    Did you say you don’t like that?
    Then it’s the gulag for you, son


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  13. Farm Boy says:

    A quarter of all tweets about climate change are written by automated Twitter bots instead of real people, a new study has claimed.


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  14. Farm Boy says:

    silent panic befell northeastern Italy during the final weekend of carnival. Bars, schools, restaurants, and other public spaces in 10 towns here closed, with more expected to follow, after the region reported its first two deaths from the new coronavirus. From Milan to Venice, villages and communities resembled ghost towns


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  15. Liz says:

    433 in the ROK diagnosed with the wu flu.
    That would be a crappy assignment now. Hope they’ll cancel that spring exercise.
    I’ve heard some of the bases are open for “essential personnel only”.
    On the bright side…this might be a step in the direction of getting us out of there.

    Italy’s wu flu toll is up to 20, according to the chart I watch obsessive/compulsively. That’s not much, but it was 4 just a couple of days ago.
    Folks were suggesting the wu flu might be engineered to attack mostly Asians, but I think that was a pipe dream.

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  16. I see that not Americans piece was paid for by bill gates…


  17. Cheque d'Out says:

    I don’t know about ‘engineered’ but the there are definitely rumours that Chinese man are particularly vulnerable to it. When the numbers were purely Chinese (let’s be kind and call them unreliable numbers) there was no real way to know. Rumours of CO2 production in China down by 25%, steel demand down by 95%, containerised biological capable incinerators moved to the region.

    Now we’re starting to get better quality data from other countries.

    iirc the British ‘super spreader’ (came back from the far-east via Switzerland and then to the UK) thought nothing of his illness, it was just a normal low level cold/flu as far as he felt.

    There should be plenty of cases in Africa too (plenty of China – Africa flights) but I haven’t heard of a problem (though news might be slow).

    I’m not happy that any population is getting it but the fewer populations that are vulnerable the better for everyone…Shirley?

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  18. Cheque d'Out says:

    And then the Bots came for the THOTs

    Computer generated eTHOTs are taking the THOTs’ cheddar

    Also, Dick (originally the ‘Men are better than women’ guy) talks to an upset THOT


  19. Liz says:

    Heh, we’ll see Spawny.
    Asia often seems to have respiratory crud we seldom get over here.
    The worst crud I’ve ever I caught over there, it took a long time to treat it because most of the (short-term visiting, American) doctors had never seen it.

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  20. Farm Boy says:

    The way that so many American Billionaires seem to aligned against the interests of the average American, I am wondering if Bernie is right about taxing them to death

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  21. Farm Boy says:

    Socialist Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) responded to the news that Russia was helping his presidential campaign by suggesting that there was a conspiracy plotted against him to sabotage him ahead of the Nevada caucuses this weekend.



  22. Yoda says:

    Doesn’t Liz do this?

    Liked by 7 people

  23. Farm Boy says:

    Democrats Take Gamble That America Is Finally Ready For A Rich, White President


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  24. Farm Boy says:

    “The policy in Connecticut doesn’t even require any sort of treatment or therapy or whatever to compete in the girls category,” Holcomb said. “They can do so without limitation. Number two, I think both science and common sense tell us that you can never fully undo the physical advantages that males have over females.”


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  25. Farm Boy says:

    But I offer that as a segue to remind people of an extremely important fact about basic economic principles, namely that those on the Left literally fail at them. They aren’t just a little worse than Conservatives, they fail horribly and it drives their ideology. The details are here, but note the results of a simple eight question economics test given to those across the political spectrum (and especially note how my dog fared):

    Letter grade
    Very Conservative 84% B
    Libertarian 83% B
    Conservative 79% C+
    My dog 72% C
    Moderate 54% F
    Liberal 41% F
    Progressive/very Liberal 34% F



  26. horsemanbombadil says:

    Adding to Jokers list of headlines (why are these front page news?)


    “I got really tired of not being able to capitalize on my body and frankly, I got really tired of being told to hate my body.

    “And I also just got tired of working day to day in a way that wasn’t satisfying my soul.”


  27. Adam says:

    I landed at Birmingham airport on Monday this week, twin prop. It was interesting.

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  28. Cheque d'Out says:


    Fuck me. (my Boldy)

    According to the PLA Daily, Gen. Chen has been researching coronaviruses since the SARS outbreak of 2003, as well as Ebola and anthrax. This would not be her first trip to the Wuhan Institute of Virology either, since it is one of only two bioweapons research labs in all of China.

    Does that suggest to you that the novel coronavirus, now known as SARS-CoV-2, may have escaped from that very lab, and that Gen. Chen’s job is to try and put the genie back in the bottle, as it were? It does to me.

    Add to this China’s history of similar incidents. Even the deadly SARS virus has escaped — twice — from the Beijing lab where it was — and probably is — being used in experiments. Both “man-made” epidemics were quickly contained, but neither would have happened at all if proper safety precautions had been taken.

    And then there is this little-known fact: Some Chinese researchers are in the habit of selling their laboratory animals to street vendors after they have finished experimenting on them.

    You heard me right.

    Instead of properly disposing of infected animals by cremation, as the law requires, they sell them on the side to make a little extra cash. Or, in some cases, a lot of extra cash. One Beijing researcher, now in jail, made a million dollars selling his monkeys and rats on the live animal market, where they eventually wound up in someone’s stomach.

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  29. Cheque d'Out says:

    Should be working in that above mentioned research institute


  30. I really, really wanted that guy to get hit by that train, so …

    Liked by 3 people

  31. Liz says:

    62 cases in Italy now. Up since this morning.
    Good grief.

    Nothing about the lab workers selling those contaminated animals to street vendors surprises me. I wouldn’t be surprised if the wu flu meat made it to the frozen section of our grocery store with little American flags on the packaging.

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  32. I’m always suspicious when the Kroger is running a sale on bat wings or pangolin chops…

    Liked by 6 people

  33. Farm Boy says:

    World Health Organization (WHO) Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus met with African officials from Geneva on Saturday morning to urge them to prepare for a potential spread of the coronavirus across Africa.


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  34. Liz says:

    Especially around Halloween, KH. 😆

    Liked by 4 people

  35. Liz says:

    A few years ago, I bought some frozen “wild caught salmon” with little American flags on the packaging. I cooked up a few, and noticed the consistency was a little weird for salmon. It didn’t take the same either and Mike asked what sort of fish it was. I looked more closely at the packaging and it said the stuff came from China (in little letters, under the large flags that said “US product” or some such). Think they actually used chum and a machine press and some pink food dye.

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  36. Liz says:

    I remember complaining to a libertarian and he called me a xenophobic bigot for not wanted food from China.

    Liked by 6 people

  37. Cheque d'Out says:

    Man previously thought to be ‘patient zero’ in Italy’s outbreak never had the virus, deputy health minister says. It’s now unknown how the outbreak began – La Repubblica


  38. Farm Boy says:

    Are people at Yale paying for an education? Or are they paying for credentialism that allows them access to the American elite? Why would you want to be part of a class and subculture so filled with hatred toward what is beautiful, and what is one’s own? These American educational elites are pathological.


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  39. Farm Boy says:

    Riding in a motorcade in Lima, Peru, shortly after the 2016 election, President Barack Obama was struggling to understand Donald J. Trump’s victory.
    “What if we were wrong?” he asked aides riding with him in the armored presidential limousine.

    He had read a column asserting that liberals had forgotten how important identity was to people and had promoted an empty cosmopolitan globalism that made many feel left behind. “Maybe we pushed too far,” Mr. Obama said. “Maybe people just want to fall back into their tribe.”

    His aides reassured him that he still would have won had he been able to run for another term and that the next generation had more in common with him than with Mr. Trump. Mr. Obama, the first black man elected president, did not seem convinced. “Sometimes I wonder whether I was 10 or 20 years too early,” he said.

    The only possibility of error was timing. With respect to the overall arc of history, how could that be wrong? With Brexit an accomplished fact, globalism under threat from a looming pandemic, and his own party in disarray, it might occur to Obama that his ideology was not 20 years too early so much as a hundred years too old. But it probably won’t. There is no refutation of “this is a moral issue, my friends.”


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  40. Farm Boy says:

    Further, and what can now be seen as a big win for opponents of so-called trauma-informed investigations, Sannes cited Syracuse training as being deficient and leading to her allowing John’s lawsuit to move forward.

    “Furthermore, Plaintiff alleges that the investigation relied on ‘trauma informed techniques’ that ‘turn unreliable evidence into its opposite, such that inconsistency in the alleged female victim’s account . . . becomes evidence that her testimony is truthful,’” Sannes wrote. “Plaintiff, on the other hand, was found by the Board to be ‘lacking in credibility’ because he, inter alia, acknowledged his sexual desire for RP and acknowledged that he ‘was still ‘horny’ after she withdrew consent for kissing.’”



  41. Farm Boy says:

    The reason for the pandemic preparation is that it appears South Korea is on the brink of declaring a COVID-19 epidemic, with 207 reported cases and one death.

    The number of COVID-19 (2019-nCoV) infections has quadrupled from 51 Wednesday with most new cases being traced to church services in the southeastern city of Daegu, according to the Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (KCDC). On Thursday, 53 new cases were reported.


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  42. Farm Boy says:

    Class tells, it’s said, and Meghan Markle is now showing Britain’s royal family she has absolutely none.

    Meghan Markle has told friends there is nothing ‘legally stopping’ her and Prince Harry from using their Sussex Royal name, despite the Queen banning them from using it, DailyMail.com has learned.

    The 38-year-old complained to her inner circle that using the name ‘shouldn’t even be an issue in the first place and it’s not like they want to be in the business of selling T-shirts and pencils,’ the insider said.

    They added: ‘Meghan said she’s done with the drama and has no room in her life for naysayers, and the same goes for Harry.’


    [Good that speak for Harry she does]

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  43. h0neyc0mb says:

    Bernie won’t stop with Bill(gates)-ion-aires .. jus sayin’.

    Liked by 2 people

  44. Farm Boy says:

    Meghan said she’s done with the drama

    Who da thunk it?

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  45. h0neyc0mb says:

    Attention whores are gonna attention whore (re steven spielbergs daughter).

    Liked by 2 people

  46. Farm Boy says:

    Xi didn’t actually admit that the coronavirus now devastating large swathes of China had escaped from one of the country’s bioresearch labs. But the very next day, evidence emerged suggesting that this is exactly what happened, as the Chinese Ministry of Science and Technology released a new directive entitled: “Instructions on strengthening biosecurity management in microbiology labs that handle advanced viruses like the novel coronavirus.”

    Read that again. It sure sounds like China has a problem keeping dangerous pathogens in test tubes where they belong, doesn’t it?


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  47. Gunner Q says:

    horsemanbombadil says:
    22 February, 2020 at 5:20 pm
    “Adding to Jokers list of headlines (why are these front page news?)”


    Thanks, horseman! For your weekend entertainment, I present:


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  48. Farm Boy says:

    From GunnerQ’s post above

    “I’m very open about my borderline personality disorder both publicly, with friends and online – because we’re portrayed as manipulative monsters a lot,” Mikaela said.



  49. SFC Ton says:

    Asia often seems to have respiratory crud we seldom get over here.
    Some big name medical researcher got fired for mentioning that race matters and Orientals are more prone to respiratory problems and that some flu strains hit some races harder then others

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  50. Farm Boy says:

    The air is also polluted as heck in Asia

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  51. SFC Ton says:

    I am wondering if Bernie is right about taxing them to death

    I’m all for it. Predators need to be hunted every now and again. I’m wealthy enough too occasionaly see how the other side does things and it’s not good for anyone but them.

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  52. SFC Ton says:

    …… and they are proud of how they prey on folks, exploit systems etc etc

    Liked by 4 people

  53. SFC Ton says:

    libertarians are useless

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  54. Farm Boy says:

    Gratuitous images

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  55. Ame says:

    today’s date

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  56. 220220 in the commonwealth I believe.

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  57. Liz says:

    Spielberg’s daughter doesn’t look like a person who could make a living in that industry.

    If someone who looked like that told me she made money stripping I’d think she was referring to this: https://www.familyhandyman.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/shutterstock_669993004-removing.jpg

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  58. Liz says:

    In 12 hours since I posted above (yes, I do seem to be on the wu flu all the time channel, but much like a train wreck I can’t seem to look away):
    ROK went from 433 cases to 556.
    Italy from 20 to 79.

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  59. Biden coming in second means he’s still hanging around I guess. Crap.


  60. Maybe Mx. Spielberg can star in a revival of BJ and The Bear. She can play either role, or both, it’s not like I’d be watching.

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  61. horsemanbombadil says:

    Why no gratuitious images of Sophie Trudeau?

    Oh yeah right….never mind.

    (If you’d seen it you’d know)

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  62. Ame says:

    Liz says:
    23 February, 2020 at 3:37 am
    Spielberg’s daughter doesn’t look like a person who could make a living in that industry.

    well … we’ve observed the power of deceit/makeup. perhaps she gets a full-body make-up costume?

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  63. h0neyc0mb says:

    She’ll be doing Dom / Sub work .. apparently some men like to Dominate barnyard animals .. 😉

    In all seriousness .. Porn actresses don’t make much money. But, they get tons of free advertisement .. to run a client list full of rich men.

    And, some men like the idea of dominating a famous man’s daughter. She’ll have no problem making a living.

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  64. RichardP says:

    like the idea of dominating a famous man’s daughter.

    For those who don’t know, she is adopted.


  65. Farm Boy says:

    One official said Mr. Trump views shutting the borders to infected people as critical to keeping the country safe and wants to be seen as managing a proper response.


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  66. Farm Boy says:

    At least 34 people in the United States are infected with the coronavirus spreading from China, federal health officials said on Friday.

    “This new virus represents a tremendous public health threat,” Dr. Nancy Messonnier, director of the National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases, said at a news briefing.


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  67. Cheque d'Out says:


  68. Cheque d'Out says:

    Italy locking down infected areas

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  69. Cheque d'Out says:

    Shutting down the top league football games is serious stuff in Italy.

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  70. Farm Boy says:

    Donald J. Trump


    Another misinformation campaign is being launched by Democrats in Congress saying that Russia prefers me to any of the Do Nothing Democrat candidates who still have been unable to, after two weeks, count their votes in Iowa. Hoax number 7!


  71. SFC Ton says:

    For those who don’t know, she is adopted.

    Adoption rarely works out; never works out when its chicks or across racial lines


  72. SFC Ton says:

    There is no doubt in my mind Putin favors Trump….. Trump does the least war mongering in the bunch.

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  73. Cheque d'Out says:

    Indications emerge the China is engaging in gross manipulation of new Coronavirus case numbers. A discussion of disturbing events that suggest the pandemic is taking firm hold in Japan and South Korea, especially the city of Daegu where people are asked to stay indoors. The first signs of a looming lockdown of the city of Qom in Iran.


  74. Farm Boy says:

    A new study by Chinese researchers indicates the novel coronavirus may have begun human-to-human transmission in late November from a place other than the Huanan seafood market in Wuhan.



  75. Farm Boy says:

    The Times, for one piously characterizes this whole sorry picture is an issue about the importance of protecting ‘whistleblowers,’ (sound familiar?), the First Amendment, and the press’s right to do its job. The rest of us see lovebird honeytrap journalism becoming more and more the norm as none of these reporters ends up seriously punished. Apparently, the managers up at the top of these organizations see nothing wrong with this news standard other than a little bit of egg on their faces, raising questions as to whether they are now hiring these comely women for just this purpose



  76. Farm Boy says:

    “Crazy Amount Of Requests:” Private Jet Demand Soars As Elites Flee Asia Amid Pandemic


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  77. Cheque d'Out says:

    Out of the same broken mould. Last original thought back in the 70s, which coincidentally is where their IQs find their home.

    Liked by 2 people

  78. BuenaVista says:

    I see the Spielberg girl just … scraping by. She looks like a truck stop, meth-addled lot lizard to me. (A lot lizard is a hooker who wanders from truck to truck turning tricks. They’re at no risk of becoming a $1000/hour escort.)

    What fascinated me was the pitch perfect talking points she issued in the National Post story. Each line is a modular component in rote Woke female empowerment. There wasn’t a single extemporaneous sentence. It’s like she was reading off a checklist. An AI bot could not be more on message. And of course her parents (who, instead of getting a vanity plate, opted for the vanity mulatto adopted human being) are taking an “open mind” and are pleased with her bold, intriguing new career path. #stunningandbrave, ya.

    I went out for a fancy (for these environs, $20 is fancy) hamburger, eating at the bar, good red wine, etc. The two bartenders were college-age girls: Maddie and Savannah. Savannah introduced the two of them, exclaiming, “And we’re totally awesome!” (Another AI Bot piece of autospeak.) I mentioned, without thinking, “Well, if you have to advertise it, there might be a problem.” So I was on the shitlist.

    I said, later, “I don’t want the hamburger unless they make it medium rare — hot pink — ‘kay?” And repeated myself in case Striking, Sassy Savannah was thinking about a text message or something. Of course, the burger came medium well.

    “How is everything!” stunning and brave and thoroughly AWESOME! Savannah shouted, leering.

    “Uh, it’s overcooked. See?”

    “Well unfortunately I can’t do anything about that, haha!” And she flounced off to fish for compliments on her awesome awesomeness. Does she realize she’s named after a porn star who killed herself, or an African geological feature? Unclear.

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  79. Farm Boy says:

    He’s not one of “them.” He’s not a lifelong politician and he doesn’t practice the usual conventions of referring to his fellow politicos with false niceties, nor does he observe the tradition regarding respectful treatment of a hostile media. On the contrary, if a rival politician or national figure behaves badly, he calls them out in no uncertain terms, in a most horrifyingly “unpresidential” manner. Likewise, he’s turned the tables on the liberal media (coining the term “fake news”) and forever ended the past Republican tradition of rolling over and cowering in the face of liberal media criticism. His example has flowed downstream to many rank-and-file Republicans. Now, they too stand up and fight back. Trump has showed them how. He’ll never be forgiven for it


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  80. Liz says:

    And, some men like the idea of dominating a famous man’s daughter. She’ll have no problem making a living.

    I can see it now (though it’s not a pleasant image)….
    “Who’s your daddy? WHO’S YOUR DADDY?!?!”

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  81. Liz says:

    One official said Mr. Trump views shutting the borders to infected people as critical to keeping the country safe and wants to be seen as managing a proper response.

    Obama would send our military to some Island off the coast of China and use it as a coronavirus treatment area.
    Hillary would just send them all to China.

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  82. Stephanie says:

    ” I wouldn’t be surprised if the wu flu meat made it to the frozen section of our grocery store with little American flags on the packaging.”

    ^^This is what I was thinking earlier… so much of our frozen chicken (with American brands) comes from China.

    Feeling thankful we have a bit of meat stocked up already. Not a year’s worth but a few months (I’m thinking 6).

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  83. BuenaVista says:

    The Washington Post’s media critic echoes the C4 human inflatable, by calling this weekend for the media to stop being so “fair” to Trump, and start advocating for “truth.” The NYTimes ombudsman wrote a similar manifesto in 2016, and the Associated Press invented “advocacy journalism” in the late 1990s.

    Of course, Trump gets worse press now than any president since Nixon, and if I were a researching man in respect of trivial things, I think I could prove that Nixon was better treated (because people like the Post and NYT were exceedingly careful about maintaining a more neutral, fact-based posture).

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  84. Cheque d'Out says:

    Being a foreigner I understand that my view is not of great value to Americans. But that’s why I’d vote for him. That’s why I want one like him here. In fact, when he’s done in 2024…How about coming over here? Please. I’ll beg if I need to. BloJo is a definite step forward but he’s still a greentard and that’s before we get to 5G issues.

    He’s not one of “them”

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  85. Farm Boy says:

    And of course her parents (who, instead of getting a vanity plate, opted for the vanity mulatto adopted human being)

    Well, Spielberg does put on shows. Why go to the expense if one can’t signal virtue?

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  86. Farm Boy says:

    Are the “elites” self-aware enough to realize why they are disliked?

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  87. “and forever ended the past Republican tradition of rolling over and cowering in the face of liberal media criticism.”

    Yeah, I’m gonna have to call “bullshit” on that.


  88. BuenaVista says:

    When the Red Brigades were running rampant in Italy in the 1970s (they murdered my sister’s best friend and college roommate, on the Autostrada, while trying to murder her husband, Renzo Rossellini, who was driving), there weren’t blanket checkpoints and lockdowns. I was playing my year of pro basketball then, and it was jarring to see the Carabinieri patroling the Rome airport with select-fire carbines, but I had total freedom of movement in Rome or the countryside where I lived. Today: This is just straight martial law: The suspension of what passes for civil liberties in Italy.

    But it’s just the “flu”, only not as lethal. Check.

    Anyone who believes any government’s, or any NGO’s, posturing on this virus is delusional. Watch what they do, not what they say.

    Since China is mid-stream in recolonizing Africa, turn your imagination loose on what may happen there, shortly.

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  89. BuenaVista says:

    Regarding HoneyPot journalism, at some point someone will break ranks and note, “You know, repressed middle-aged men who are chasing some strange, will just exaggerate or make shit up to get laid by a reporter — who will then publish it.”

    But no. StunningandBrave, TotallyAwesome journosluts are just selling sex (payment to be made in classified or fake classified info) to advance the public interest. They must be admired and left in BoldnessandEmpowerment.

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  90. Cheque d'Out says:

    Guardian: “More than 11,000 homes in England to be built on land at high risk of flooding”
    Also Guardian: “There is a housing crisis”
    Also Guardian: “Immigration control is racist”
    Also Guardian: “Immigrants don’t add to housing demand, but old white racist English people already living in England do”.

    They really are cunts

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  91. Cheque d'Out says:

    “Since China is mid-stream in recolonizing Africa, turn your imagination loose on what may happen there, shortly.”

    Oh I am. I really am.

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  92. All these women running around thinking they’re “awesome” or “amazing” for having functional autonomic nervous systems has gone from being droll to beyond tedious.

    Think I’ve mentioned before how I enjoy watching the SEC gymnastics meets on Friday nights.

    This gals do some actually amazing stuff. Like crazy amazing. Of course, I’m mostly there for the eye candy (Alabama and Auburn are tops, most teams have at least one “8”, and several “6”s or “7”s). Kentucky has a couple of very cute girls who are also very good athletes, and LSU has a 23 yo girl from Bristol, England (Ruby Harrold) who I fancy quite a bit.

    Now, are they all crazy? Well, they all girls, so yeah, but, they are also awesome at the gymnastics stuff and real breeding stock types opportunities though that’s getting a whole ‘nother area.

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  93. BuenaVista says:

    I’ve had a few run-ins lately with current issue young feminists. Details are not important, but my impression of them is very striking.

    First, Feynman:

    1. Talking to the StunningandBrave about their feminist creed (e.g., they know who Camille Paglia is, they just don’t have the attention span to actually read any of her work) strikes me as asking a fish if he knows water is wet. They are so steeped no in the talking points and rote outrage events that they have no idea that there is a world outside their water-world. This is completely true as well for the men they know, and if anything the men are even more brainwashed.

    2. Feynman describes this condition of happy ignorance, of not knowing what one doesn’t know, by describing death, and living stupidity, as equivalent conditions.

    Well, it got my attention, Feynman’s aphorism. I think I’d rather be dead than unaware of myself and my surroundings. Of course, C.S. Lewis informs us (“Great Divorce”) that we are already both dead and un-self-aware, which existentialism is rarely articulated by a devout, practicing Christian.

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  94. “More than 11,000 homes in England to be built on land at high risk of flooding”

    So, houseboats instead?

    I watched one of those renovation shows where people in the UK were converting old barges to houseboats since rents were crazy high in lots of places for young couples or older pensioners.

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  95. Katie Holmes did a nice turn as a journo-slut in Thank You For Smoking, which I thought was a fairly good flick overall.

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  96. Elites don’t talk to anyone but other elites, so, no, they don’t know anything outside their bubble.

    To misquote Pauline Kael, “I can’t believe Trump won. I don’t know anyone who voted for him.”

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  97. Farm Boy says:

    The novel coronavirus is shed in the feces of infected people, which may help explain why it’s spread so fast, according to Chinese researchers.
    The finding of live virus particles in stool specimens indicates a fecal-oral route for coronavirus, which may be why it’s caused outbreaks on cruise ships with an intensity often seen with gastro-causing norovirus, which also spreads along that pathway



  98. From the NYT:

    “We must be guided by solidarity, not stigma,” the director general of the World Health Organization warned on Saturday. “The greatest enemy we face is not the virus itself; it’s the stigma that turns us against each other.”

    I think KAOS could bring some much needed order and guidance to the WHO.

    Is it just a coincidence that Bernie Kopel played a doctor on the Love Boat, a cruise ship? I think not!

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  99. Farm Boy says:

    So what does “solidarity” entail?


  100. Cheque d'Out says:

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  101. Cheque d'Out says:

    “So what does “solidarity” entail?”
    Shutting up.
    Swallowing any old Pony that they shove at you.
    Dying quietly without complaint if that’s what the ‘elites’ find most convenient.

    Pony…Pony and Trap…rhyming slang

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  102. Cheque d'Out says:

    PeterSweden (@PeterSweden7)
    23/02/2020, 17:19
    BREAKING: Masses in city of Venice now suspended.

    Earlier all religious services were suspended in Lombardy with 10 million inhabitants.

    Italy is shutting down big time.

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  103. BuenaVista says:

    The FB: “Are the “elites” self-aware enough to realize why they are disliked?”

    No. They’re in mid-extinction burst and still don’t know why nothing is working for them, why the elevator doesn’t come. But they are so not prepared to take the stairs.

    “Just before you give up on a long-practiced routine, you freak out. It’s a final desperate attempt by the oldest parts of your brain to keep getting rewarded. As Matt Webb explains at Interconnected.org – if you use the same elevator every day to get to avoid climbing 10 flights of stairs, and one day you press the button and nothing happens, you don’t just immediately take the stairs. You start jamming all the buttons over and over again, you get mad, you ask around for help, you talk to other people, you go back and press the buttons again, and then, finally, you take the stairs.”

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  104. Farm Boy says:

    That means specialists would be prohibited from doing anything to stymie physical and hormonal ‘transition’ to a preferred gender (the so-called “affirmative” model). Therapists and clinicians who help such youngsters accept their own physical sexuality over against a chosen identity could be imprisoned for up to 18 months. Imprisoned.

    Talking a child out of their natural sexual identity is perfectly fine and encouraged. But attempting to counsel a confused individual to revert a homosexual decision will be punishable with imprisonment.


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  105. Farm Boy says:

    When I was a tyke, I watched and listened to the many lefty relatives I had. I worked hard to understand them and make sense of what they said. I never could make it make sense.

    Anyway, I understand how they think very well.

    They can’t say the same of me

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  106. Cheque d'Out says:

    PeterSweden (@PeterSweden7)
    23/02/2020, 17:15
    BREAKING: Reports of supermarkets selling out of food in some places in Italy now.

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  107. BuenaVista says:

    So, Africa has the energy producing, and motor vehicle emissions, profile of … Greenland.

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  108. Cheque d'Out says:

    (not suitable for Tons)

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  109. Cheque d'Out says:

    Oh I remember the scams in the 70s when the UK was the ‘dirty man of Europe’. Our coal burning emissions were said to be causing acid rain that was killing forests in Europe. More recently they admitted that it was all bullshit (but I forget what the cause of forest die back was actually due to). Our low sulphur deep coal mines were shut down as we switched from coal burning power stations. Nowadays the germans and poles are burning filthy high sulphur coal from open cast mines. They’re even opening new coal burning power stations.


  110. Cheque d'Out says:

    And you can see Poland’s emissions on BV’s map. They sell some of that coal generated electricity to Germany but obviously those emissions belong to Poland.

    All this bullshit needs to end. It enrages my INTJ self.

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  111. @CdO

    Ever see this?

    I’d like to check it out, but $15 seems like a lot these days…

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  112. Gunner Q says:

    “More than 11,000 homes in England to be built on land at high risk of flooding”

    Self-cleaning ghettos? That could work. *Looks at San Francisco and strokes goatee* Hmm.

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  113. Gunner Q says:

    “And you can see Poland’s emissions on BV’s map. They sell some of that coal generated electricity to Germany but obviously those emissions belong to Poland.”

    That’s the California model. Sacramento is in the process of shuttering our power plants and replacing then with butterfly farts and… power plants in Arizona.

    “Look, Ma! No emissions!”

    “Shut yer mouth, son.”

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  114. Welcome to Augean Stables, a community for right bloody slobs just like you!

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  115. Cheque d'Out says:

    You beauties. Good on yer.

    (I am multilingual in banter, me)


  116. Farm Boy says:

    Trump is headed for India. Here is a preview

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  117. Cheque d'Out says:

    Not seen that film but I know that such people existed. Much appreciated in desperate times. From all over the Empire and the US

    Slightly dodgy stats.
    Mixing in German bombers with their escorts vs Our pure fighters. (2550 vs 1964)
    Spits took on the fighters leaving the bombers to the Hurricanes (it’s not fair to say that the Hurricanes bore the brunt…not exactly anyway)


  118. Liz says:

    Remember when China was praised for its great work and care about the environment?
    That happened. Here. Like….five years ago that was happening.

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  119. Liz says:

    Looks like the wu is primarily (or entirely) in Northern Italy.
    That sucks.

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  120. Farm Boy says:

    Remember when China was praised for its great work and care about the environment?

    No I dont. Have you been into the catnip?

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  121. Cheque d'Out says:

    A documentary that ties together a few films that I’ve mentioned before

    For example

    (The St Nazaire Raid)

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  122. Cheque d'Out says:

    Just found this. Set post D-Day


  123. Cheque d'Out says:

    Still a favourite of mine.

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  124. BuenaVista says:

    The after-action mathematical analysis, as once provided by John Snow on the London cholera epidemic of 1854, will probably (or should) change public health protocols, the next time some fucked-up country releases bio-weapons into the general population.

    My intuition is that the radically high R0 rates for the Wu will be discontinuous to anything previously observed. The density of social transmissions argues for an engineered lethality, if R0 rates of 4-6 (300% higher than any viral disease previously studied) are verified.

    Problem is, there are bureaucracies now that conflate politics, sunk cost in failed research, and personal career imperatives, with public health. So they are already telling us that quarantining infected persons is xenophobic and stigmatizing. There was no weapons-grade public health bureaucracy in 1855 when Snow published his game-changing analysis.

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  125. Farm Boy says:

    CAMP WALKER, South Korea — U.S. soldiers wearing face masks and gloves wielded thermometers instead of guns as the military fought to keep a deadly virus from spreading to this base in the middle of South Korea’s hardest-hit area.


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  126. Almost finished with this:

    Not as good as The Sleepwalkers, but I’ve enjoyed it.

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  127. Liz says:

    Remember when China was praised for its great work and care about the environment?
    No I dont. Have you been into the catnip?

    Catnip? Most definitely…but that doesn’t mean I’m wrong.
    “China now world leader in combating climate change” yada yada stories were everywhere.
    (and still available for our perusal)
    (“China, India Become Climate Leaders as West Falters”)
    (“China emerges as global climate leader in wake of Trump’s triumph”)

    They even built little fake solar panels and windmills along the highways for propaganda purposes.

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  128. SFC Ton says:

    Slightly dodgy stats.
    Mixing in German bombers with their escorts vs Our pure fighters. (2550 vs 1964)
    Spits took on the fighters leaving the bombers to the Hurricanes (it’s not fair to say that the Hurricanes bore the brunt…not exactly anyway)
    Smart folks lie with statistics;) though BV could explain that much better then me

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  129. SFC Ton says:

    Of course, C.S. Lewis informs us (“Great Divorce”) that we are already both dead and un-self-aware…..
    Man that just sounds like a load of horsehit. The kind of horsehit only smart people can come up with

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  130. When it comes to the MSM, if’n ain’t on Page 3 of The Sun, I ain’t gonna believe it.

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  131. Cheque d'Out says:


  132. SFC Ton says:

    When the Red Brigades were running rampant in Italy in the 1970s
    LOL small world….after leaving the army my father was running missions out of there, turkey and syria in the 70’s through the early 80’s. Its how he bank rolled the farm

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  133. Cheque d'Out says:

    Coincidentally I watched a documentary about the battle of Jutland this morning. Crossing the T got a mention. But so did the Texas, the last remaining Dreadnought type battleship. It was part of the Draining the oceans series. WW I wrecks specifically. Looks like the episode is called Ultimate Battleships on Amazon.com. Nat Geo.

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  134. BuenaVista says:

    The CDC has sent out 100 Wu testing kits to hospitals. Three out of 100 kits work.

    The CDC has no comment.

    But remember, the CDC is from the government, ergo, they are just here to help. They aren’t entitled cubicle farmers who work six hours a day and “telecommute” half the week. They don’t make shit up to please bosses and political winds.


    Just remember that, worldwide, no one knows how many verified infected people and deaths are extant — because governments and shitholes like the WHO are only counting “verified” persons. It’s pretty hard to verify an infected person if you don’t have the technology (other than a thermometer) to attempt a diagnosis or cause of death.


    As Liz noted this morning, American bases in the ROK are not attempting to defend themselves from a super spreader (everyone infected is a super spreader): with masks and thermometers.

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  135. SFC Ton says:

    . Nowadays the germans and poles are burning filthy high sulphur coal from open cast mines. They’re even opening new coal burning power stations.
    The Germans seem to be the worst in western Europe at that kind of hypocritical bullshit.

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  136. BuenaVista says:

    Check the chart, which depicts ROK rates of infection. See how close the curve is to vertical? If it goes vertical infection rates become 100%.

    Just remember, people: it’s just the flu and the WHO says everything is AOK, let’s not stigmatize carriers.

    There are now 500 infected persons on that one ship off Yokohama. Fun times. Probably an overreaction and the Wu is a minor, aberrant event that the WHO has explained is nothing to worry about.

    Fatality rate in Hubei Province now at 18% — according to official sources. They don’t count anyone they don’t test, which they can’t do, and it’s just a random coincidence that the CCP jsent 40 bio-safe incinerators to Wuhan.

    Meanwhile, we live in a country where the bureaucracy, which is incompetent, sees a pandemic wave in the USA as the best way to wreck the current administration. So they are receiving at-risk persons without the executives knowledge or approval. Russia closed its borders 10 days ago, and you can bet that no mealy-mouthed pencil pusher vetoed the directive because he doesn’t like Vlad.

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  137. Farm Boy says:

    A summit of top European Union leaders failed on Friday after German Chancellor Angela Merkel and other heads of government left the conference without an agreement on how to fill the hole created in the bloc’s budget by Britain’s exit


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  138. Farm Boy says:

    Meanwhile, we live in a country where the bureaucracy, which is incompetent, sees a pandemic wave in the USA as the best way to wreck the current administration.

    You are not the first one to think that. Just goes to show how evil they are

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  139. BuenaVista says:

    CdO, The WWI Texas had as its dayshift communications yeoman my paternal Granddad. I’m so old I repeat myself, but as mentioned previously, he transcribed the German fleet surrender while sitting in the Firth of Forth. The handwritten document is now in the state university library with his typed up official version. (Others: Yeoman is enlisted.) He helped me with getting my Morse Code down in my early teens, for Scouts, when he was in his eighties. I’ve forgotten, unfortunately, my Morse Code. He never did.

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  140. Farm Boy says:

    The Texas has deteriorated quite a bit. But supposedly it is going to get a big refurbishment

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  141. Farm Boy says:

    That book was good. However I liked the predecessor book “Dreadnought” more. It explains Fisher and how it all came to be


  142. BuenaVista says:

    I guess the ME-110 is still correctly called a fighter, or a night fighter (per CdO’s summary), but it sure looks like ground attack to me. I don’t know enough to comment but it’s the internet: I fail to be convinced the BF-110 was a Hurricane or Spitfire killer. ME-109, yes.


  143. BuenaVista says:

    CO2, as a planet killer, is such a joke. I’m looking at a 35 year-old Corvette with a crate motor and new everything, and I checked for my preferred vanity plate: CO2PUMP. But it’s taken. Will have to think about an alternative. CO2HOAX? CO2HAHA? CO2HERE?

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  144. Cheque d'Out says:

    iirc the 110 was supposed to be a ‘heavy fighter’. It started off the Battle of Britain escorting bombers. It faired so badly against the Spit and Hurricane that it was then escorted itself, by 109s. They then made it a nightfighter

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  145. Farm Boy says:

    The 110 couldn’t hack it defending the bombers. End of story

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  146. Farm Boy says:

    The Glorious Patriarch and I think the same way at the same time. Long lost brothers?

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  147. Cheque d'Out says:

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  148. Cheque d'Out says:

    Not only couldn’t it hack defending bombers, it tended to get shot down even trying to do it.

    Long lost brothers that liked aeroplanes as kids?

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  149. Gunner Q says:

    BuenaVista says:
    23 February, 2020 at 9:24 pm
    But it’s taken. Will have to think about an alternative. CO2HOAX? CO2HAHA? CO2HERE?





    Or just a bumper sticker: “My carbon footprint is a tire tread.”

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  150. Cheque d'Out says:

    Never gets old watching this


  151. Farm Boy says:

    Long lost brothers that liked aeroplanes as kids?

    Yes, aeroplanes and ships

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  152. Farm Boy says:

    Is it odd that what many term as “conspiracy theories” have a ring of truth to them?

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  153. Cheque d'Out says:

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  154. Cheque d'Out says:

    The Home Office staff are at war with their rather staunch conservative boss. Home Secretary Priti Patel. Some long overdue swamp draining of the europhile gone EU native civil service seems imminent.

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  155. Cheque d'Out says:


  156. BuenaVista says:

    Normal course stuff. Nothing to see here. Don’t be a xenophobe.

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  157. BuenaVista says:

    Two comments on above:

    1. The guy (notice he rips off his mask and spits) knows he’s not being detained for treatment, but rather to throw him in a warehouse until he recovers by himself or is dead.

    2. Every video I’ve seen of Chinese cops is pathetic. Some of the women they arrest are stronger than the “SWATs”. No batons, no guns, just a bunch of little guys leaning back who swarm people.


  158. I started Dreadnaught, but the small print defeated me. Unfortunately there doesn’t seem to be an audiobook version.


  159. This is my next objective.

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  160. Farm Boy says:

    “Here’s the deal that I think is going down. I think Hillary and Bloomberg have gotten together and cooked up a scheme,” Dick Morris told John Catsimatidis on The Cats Roundtable radio show on Sunday.

    He said Bloomberg would stay in the race, even if he has no chance of winning, in an effort to get at least enough support to keep Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders from running away with the nomination.

    “Nobody will be nominated on the first ballot, and it’ll go to a second ballot,” Morris said of a brokered convention.



  161. Farm Boy says:

    VIENNA, Feb 23 (Reuters) – Austria has denied entry to a train coming from Italy on suspicion that two travellers might be infected with the coronavirus


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  162. Farm Boy says:

    “Officials said on Sunday that a third Italian had died from the virus as the infection count rose to 152, up from just three identified cases on Friday morning, raising fears that coronavirus is spreading at pace through Europe,” the Financial Times reported. “Authorities also closed schools and universities as they struggled to find the source of the outbreak. Large Italian companies, including the bank UniCredit, told employees in affected towns not to come to work.”



  163. Sumo says:

    “I don’t want the hamburger unless they make it medium rare — hot pink — ‘kay?”

    Be very, very careful about asking for that, BV.

    We serve burgers at whatever temperature the customer requests, but that’s only because we acid wash the meat prior to grinding in order to kill any bacteria present on the meat surface (acid wash – combination of white vinegar & water), then cure it with salt overnight. Most places I’m familiar with, even those where I know and trust the chef, either don’t bother with that process (it’s a fair bit of work – a two day job just to make burgers), or simply don’t know about it.


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  164. Farm Boy says:

    How Racist Are YOU?

    Do you hold EVERYONE to the same standards?

    Do you believe in meritocracy?

    Are you White? A Black Conservative? Are you a person of color who has an association with a Conservative (color irrelevant) belief or Libertarian viewpoint?

    Do you believe that nations have the right to control their immigration, and everyone should follow the same process for entry?

    This is the short quiz, but if you had one “yes”, you’re likely going to be labeled a racist.



  165. Ame says:

    Sumo – you have just raised my germophobe alert to high! (and possibly freaked out!) i’ve never heard of this.

    12h ago
    “We serve burgers at whatever temperature the customer requests, but that’s only because we acid wash the meat prior to grinding in order to kill any bacteria present on the meat surface (acid wash – combination of white vinegar & water), then cure it with salt overnight. Most places I’m familiar with, even those where I know and trust the chef, either don’t bother with that process (it’s a fair bit of work – a two day job just to make burgers), or simply don’t know about it.

    okay … so, do i need to be concerned about purchasing ground meat from a reputable meat market?

    i’m really trying not to freak out a bit here!

    i’m assuming cooking all the way through completely kills all the bad bacteria.

    found this link:

    do you ‘acid wash’ all meat/poultry/fish/whatever or just the beef?

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  166. Sumo says:

    Short version answer – bacteria is usually only present on the surface of meat, and heat kills bacteria. So something like a steak can be cooked anywhere from rare to well done and be considered “safe”

    The issue with ground meat is that the grinding process combines the outer surface, where the bacteria live, with the inner sections, where no bacteria are present. So you potentially have bacteria all throughout, instead of just on the surface. And if you do not cook the ground meat to at least an internal temperature of 160 F (in other words, well done), then you may not kill all of the bacteria.

    So rule of thumb is cook ground meat to well done, unless you grind it yourself and take the appropriate precautions, like the acid wash I was babbling about. Or you know for a fact that it was prepared that way.

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  167. Farm Boy says:

    Sumo knows what he is talking about

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  168. SFC Ton says:

    Sumo knows what he is talking about

    I call bullshit 😉

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  169. Sumo says:

    Go ride a bike, hillbilly. 😀

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  170. Ame says:

    Sumo – THANK YOU so much for explaining that … makes perfect sense. i will gladly share this with my family 🙂 🙂 🙂


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