Long Term Success?


In the last post, Deti wrote,

Exit question — how to tell young women that crap attitudes and behaviors won’t get them married and/or lead to long term success?

When you all figure that out, let me know. I’ve spent the last nine years in the manosphere trying to answer that question.

I don’t think we can tell young women that. Know why? Because all they have to do is be middle class, stay reasonably good looking and not get fat, and they’ll find a simp chump to wife them up. The bar for “reasonably good looking” for a woman is ridiculously low. It is literally the easiest thing in the world for a woman to not get fat and to put makeup on until she’s 35.

As for “middle class”, all a woman at age 30 or so has to do to achieve that is have a job. That’s it.

The fact of the matter is, most women can do pretty much what they want, and still find someone willing to marry them. That’s just a fact. They can fuck whoever they want, how and when they want, anytime they want, anywhere they want. They’ll still land on their feet.

Because to women, GETTING married and going through a wedding is “success”.

Yes, it is true that women who want to get married find men to marry them.   Yes, it is that strong in lots of men.  Of course, the crap attitudes and behaviors sabotage things (along with he fact that a guy who might marry such a woman is of questionable quality).  So divorce often comes sooner, rather than later.  I am not calling that a long term success.

Is such a scenario a success from the woman’s point of view?  She did have her day about her, but that fades fast.  Does divorce enhance her prestige?  Does it enhance her bank account?  If she had stayed married longer, she would be entitled to more.

Can she spin it all as being his fault?  What is the real benefit for her to spin it all as his fault?  Sympathy?  How useful is that long term?

So what happens in many of these two year marriages?   She settles, at least from her perspective.  Her resentment (a crap attitude) shows through and results in lots of demands (crap behavior).  He distances himself in self-defense.  Then it is over soon enough.

Exit question — Is there a path to long term success for women with crap attitudes / behaviors?

 

Addendum by Deti,

Yes, it is true that women who want to get married find men to marry them. Yes, it is that strong in lots of men. Of course, the crap attitudes and behaviors sabotage things (along with he fact that a guy who might marry such a woman is of questionable quality). So divorce often comes sooner, rather than later. I am not calling that a long term success.

Is such a scenario a success from the woman’s point of view? She did have her day about her, but that fades fast. Does divorce enhance her prestige? Does it enhance her bank account? If she had stayed married longer, she would be entitled to more.

Yes, it is a success. You know how men will fuck a girl and say “doesn’t matter, had sex”? Well, women will marry a beta schlub, stay a couple years, then divorce him. “Doesn’t matter, got married”. No, they never say that. But that’s the attitude. That’s the mindset. The pain, the problems, his deprivation, the ultimate demise of the marriage and the wreckage all around her? All of it is worth it because “hey, got married”. She was able to get someone to make the ultimate commitment to her. She was able to claim the Office of Wife, even if only for a short time. And her having been a wife is all that matters, even if it doesn’t matter that she is no longer a wife. All that matters is that she WAS a wife.

Can she spin it all as being his fault?

Usually.

What is the real benefit for her to spin it all as his fault? Sympathy? How useful is that long term?

The benefit to her is lack of responsibility and lack of accountability. No one holds her responsible for her part in the relationship’s failure. She does not have to be accountable to anyone. Therefore, she does not have to change to get what she wants later. She does not have to do anything, and she does not have to make things right with anyone.

Sympathy is not of any long term benefit. But her never having to be responsible for her conduct or accountable to anyone for her conduct IS of long term benefit. She can act this way until someone does hold her accountable or responsible, usually in the form of contracting an STD, an unwanted pregnancy, or financial ruin.

But most of the time, everyone swoops in to relieve all negative consequences. Big Daddy government shows up with free money. Daddy and Mommy show up with free food and lodging, and a few bucks here and there. A Sugar Daddy shows up with money (as long as she rents her pussy out to him). A boyfriend takes her out for fun times. A phalanx of beta orbiters appear with time, attention, validation, affirmation, and offers of “girlfriend” status. Church ladies soothe her with “there there” and “it’s not your fault” and “evil meanie men! Bad, bad men! Make Jeeeeezus your boyfriend (but cheat on Him and have hot fun sex with guys who don’t go to church here, like we did and like we know our daughters do)!!” Her girlfriends are there with a constant drumbeat of “men ain’t shit” and “men are pigs” and “you go, girl!!”

So what happens in many of these two year marriages? She settles, at least from her perspective. Her resentment (a crap attitude) shows through and results in lots of demands (crap behavior). He distances himself in self-defense. Then it is over soon enough.

Exit question — Is there a path to long term success for women with crap attitudes / behaviors?

Yes. But women will have to change, really change, and discard their crap attitudes/behaviors. And women don’t want to do that. Because they don’t have to. Women don’t have to because as i said up there, “everyone swoops in to relieve all negative consequences”. Women change only when forced into doing so.

You always have to remember that women are always held less accountable for their failures and misadventures. Women always have a relief valve for their responsibility. A woman can always plausibly blame someone or something else for her conduct, her circumstances, or events in her life.

The reason for holding women less accountable and less responsible is that accountability and responsibility lead to consequences. If you’re accountable or responsible, you’re vulnerable to attack. You can be weakened. You can be injured, destroyed, or killed. Consequences are imposed on you for your conduct/circumstance. Or, consequences naturally flow from the conduct or circumstance. If those consequences befall a woman, she is less available for sex and producing babies and service to a man who will have her. And we cannot have that. We cannot have women distracted from sex and making babies. We cannot have women injured, killed or destroyed, because an incapacitated or dead woman cannot have sex and cannot make babies.

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217 comments on “Long Term Success?
  1. So did you know that its been 109 years since 1911?

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  2. RichardP says:

    In terms of the exit question, does lack of failure equal success?

    From women I’ve been around, concluding that nobody wants me is a fate to be avoided (at all costs?). Being married, even if only for a short while, puts the lie to nobody wants me for the rest of their lives. They can always point to that one moment where somebody wanted them at least once. That is a success, for the rest of their lives.

    FB, that is probably not the “success” you had in mind. But it might be the only success that matters to some (many?) women.

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  3. okrahead says:

    You cannot tell them anything. All you can do is keep picking up behind/for them when they blow up their lives. This is the great failure of modern churchianity. Too many churches today seem to have as their primary mission trying to deliver modern womyn from the consequences of their actions without requiring them to change their actions, e.g. forgiveness without repentance. Our current system of nanny state government does the same thing. Our current oncoming depression may change some of that; I would maintain that our unwillingness to face hard facts is what is leading up to that depression.

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  4. okrahead says:

    Which is all to say… quit picking up the slack and debris for womyn who blow up their own lives.

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  5. SFC Ton says:

    You’d have to define lomg term success.

    My ex wife sees $2700 a month, a comfortable but small home with no mortgage without working for any of it.

    That will sound like a win to a lot of people

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  6. SFC Ton says:

    Yeah Okra the church is a huge problem these days

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  7. horsemanbombadil says:

    Exit question answered: no

    I give up.

    Women are cunts, with rare exceptions.

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  8. okrahead says:

    Womyn, by and large, are what they are allowed to be. No more, no less.

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  9. okrahead says:

    The wise woman builds her house, But the foolish pulls it down with her hands… Proverbs 14:1 NKJV.
    Quit re-building houses for fools.

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  10. Cheque d'Out says:

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  11. Cheque d'Out says:

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  12. Farm Boy says:

    U.S.—Medical experts were excited to announce today that Democrats have achieved herd immunity against sexual assault allegations.

    https://babylonbee.com/news/medical-experts-confirm-democrats-have-developed-herd-immunity-to-sexual-assault-allegations

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  13. Liz says:

    My sister in law married after age 35. We never thought she’d get married.
    Mom pretty much agreed with this writeup when she said, “Well, at least she can say she was married”. I don’t think anyone thought it would last.
    They’re still married.
    Her family didn’t treat him very well for a long time, which I thought odd.
    Odd because he was really doing them a solid.

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  14. Okra makes several good points this morning and of course many women are exactly as horseman describes, but that often seems to be the result of the support they get from the church and the state. Lots of guys are just assholes, but they don’t have the church and state backing them up every time they’re a dick to someone for no particular reason.

    “Exit question — Is there a path to long term success for women with crap attitudes / behaviors?”

    Answering with a question with a question, “As a man, what is your “no” or more emphatically your “fuck off” worth?” Meaning, to whom and in what situations can you make your “no” stick? How can you correct anyone you’re not allowed to say no to?

    Look at that crazy bitch governor in Michigan. She’s obviously batshit insane,(while our KY governor is just a corrupt shithead) but she hasn’t been dragged out of office and hung out to dry because the not-crazy people there know they’re outnumbered and the normies still feel bound by laws that do nothing to protect them and everything to protect the system. They know their “no” ain’t worth a damn. The whole of society has been engineered so that “we the people” both individually and collectively can’t say “no” without fear of severe retaliation/punishment.

    So until the church and the government actually start to worry about people saying “no” and being making it stick, its going this thing ain’t getting turned around. And they’re going to fight real hard against losing their control, so don’t think it’s going to end without some real “interesting times” being transacted first.

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  15. Liz says:

    Lots of guys are just assholes, but they don’t have the church and state backing them up every time they’re a dick to someone for no particular reason.

    Unless they are one of the treasured minority groups…and lead by victim theatre.
    And (making the point)…when this happens, we see similar results.

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  16. okrahead says:

    First of all…. we’re going to have to get rid of Karen. As long as young womyn can see Karen exercising her power to make everyone’s life a living hell by talking to the manager nothing is going to improve. Whether the manager is the local pastor, the divorce court judge, the cop she calls because you’re playing ball in the park with your kid during lockdown, etc., Karen loves that power. Which is pretty natural, since most people love power. Young womyn see what Karen can do and want to emulate it. So were going to have to get rid of Karen. And it really shouldn’t be too pretty.

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  17. Ame says:

    When my girls were little I often told them to “Honor your sister’s ‘No.'” I wanted them to know they had the right to say no, and also the responsibility to honor someone else’s boundaries.

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  18. Farm Boy says:

    She Accused Him Of Sexual Assault And He Was Arrested. Text Messages And Inconsistencies Showed He Was Innocent

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/she-accused-him-of-sexual-assault-and-he-was-arrested-text-messages-and-inconsistencies-showed-he-was-innocent

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  19. Farm Boy says:

    As the world struggles to contain the coronavirus outbreak without triggering a new Great Depression, China is withholding vital information that would save lives and significantly alleviate the economic catastrophe that now threatens to immiserate hundreds of millions of people around the world.

    This isn’t the old coverup, when Communist Party bumbling and deceit allowed a local outbreak to turn into the worst global disaster in decades. The new coverup is even more brazen. China continues to falsify vital information about the epidemic on a massive scale.

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/aei-releases-conservative-estimate-of-chinas-true-outbreak-numbers-its-staggering

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  20. Farm Boy says:

    Masterpiece Cakeshop Sued Again— This Time Over A Transgender Cake

    https://dailycaller.com/2020/04/13/colorado-cake-shop-transgender-jack-philips/

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  21. Farm Boy says:

    Who are these people? Why do they consider themselves all-purpose experts, and expect the rest of us to accept their opinions as authoritative? Quite simply, they are members of the intelligentsia, calling to mind a famous aphorism of George Orwell: “One has to belong to the intelligentsia to believe things like that: no ordinary man could be such a fool.” Members of the intelligentsia specialize in persuasion, employing their superior skill in the use of language to advance particular views on various subjects — economics, politics, etc.

    Yet it is a fact, as true in our era as it was in Orwell’s, that many members of the intelligentsia are fools who, by their superior skill in rhetoric, become articulate proponents for bad ideas.

    https://theothermccain.com/2020/04/14/against-experts-and-the-elite-because-all-of-us-know-more-than-any-of-us/

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  22. So this cake baker guy keeps getting sued because he tells weirdoes he doesn’t want to bake their cakes. He says “no” so they try to sue him out of business. Why doesn’t some blue-haired harpy set up a cake shop across the street to handle all the weirdo business that seems to be beating a path to his door? Because it not about cakes. It’s about making him kneel or putting out of business if he won’t kneel.

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  23. Stephanie says:

    Good morning Spawny peeps, our morning has looked like a clip from Little Rascals or something LOL !!!!

    Boys got obsessed with pigs after I read an excerpt from Little House in the Big Woods where it described completely butchering a pig and processing the all the meat (and blowing up the bladder to play with as a balloon :O )… and now they are making snorting sounds 😀 This is definitely homeschool success in my book.

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  24. Ame says:

    LOL!
    Stephanie, someone at my Husband’s essential job hit a wild hog driving home the other night! Apparently she likes to drive fast and splattered that thing all over the vehicle. Ewww!

    Hear about hitting dear all the time, but this is the first I’ve heard about hitting a hog.

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  25. RichardP says:

    FB quoted: This isn’t the old coverup, when Communist Party bumbling and deceit allowed a local outbreak to turn into the worst global disaster in decades. The new coverup is even more brazen. China continues to falsify vital information about the epidemic on a massive scale.

    Jime Geraghty tweeted: This is the kind of journalism I can create because I don’t have to worry about a parent company’s access to the Chinese market:

    https://www.nationalreview.com/the-morning-jolt/chinas-devastating-lies/

    He apparently updates this as events warrant.

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  26. RichardP says:

    As an add-on to Geraghty’s timeline:

    I don’t have a link to it, but it was reported that Patient 1 in the U.S. returned from China to Snohomish County, Washington via San Francisco. It was reported that Patient 1 spent several days sight-seeing throughout the area. It is speculated that he was the one who infected a person or persons who later went out on the Sea Cruise that ended up with infected passengers..

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  27. Liz says:

    Why doesn’t some blue-haired harpy set up a cake shop across the street to handle all the weirdo business that seems to be beating a path to his door?

    For the first case, they actually got several offers from local bakeries to make them a wedding cake for free (they took one of them up on the offer, and got a complimentary “rainbow pride wedding cake” from a local establishment).
    They’re already just about run him out of business as he is not permitted to make wedding cakes anymore. That’s probably at least half his income.
    We got a cake a couple of weeks back from him. I buy from him whenever we want a cake.
    I give him a 100 percent gratuity.

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  28. Farm Boy says:

    Liz,

    I am glad that you do that

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  29. Liz says:

    hat tip to you, Farmboy!
    I think you were the one to mention his shop isn’t too far from me.
    Not sure I would’ve ever thought of it otherwise.

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  30. Farm Boy says:

    Poop-Town

    San Francisco’s political leadership has effectively divested itself from serving as a functioning legal authority, instructing the police department to stand down from enforcing all but the most serious crimes. In the Tenderloin, the city’s unofficial opioid district, the local police station announced that it would “temporarily redirect the vast majority of [its] efforts toward serious and violent crime,” noting that this policy would significantly “decrease [its] public contact.” Fearing an imminent rise in property crime, business owners have begun boarding up their windows and installing security cameras.

    The impact of the new policy has been dramatic. In the Tenderloin, SOMA, and Mid-Market neighborhoods, the homeless congregate in open-air drug markets; dealers wear gloves and masks and sell heroin, fentanyl, and methamphetamine in broad daylight. In residential neighborhoods, longtime residents describe the environment as “apocalyptic,” with encampments, trash, and drug havens in every corner. As one public worker told the San Francisco Chronicle, “The alleys are filled with people who are high as a kite, and they are basically controlled by two drug dealers and a pimp.”

    https://www.city-journal.org/san-francisco-experiment-in-lawlessness

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  31. Stephanie says:

    Yikes Ame! I’ve hit a deer before I think when I was 19 out on the country roads in the dark… very scary! If you hit them the wrong way, they can pop up and crash through your windshield and kill you… scary! Plus they seem to have a suicidal wish to throw themselves in front of cars lol

    But hitting a hog would be a different level of terror! Eeek!

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  32. Stephanie says:

    LOL I’ve never heard of that book – looks hilarious and like they’d love it!

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  33. Ame says:

    Stephanie – search for it on youtube. there are a couple up where people have read it on video 🙂

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  34. Farm Boy says:

    U.S. officials warned in January 2018 that the Wuhan Institute of Virology’s work on “SARS-like coronaviruses in bats,” combined with “a serious shortage” of proper safety procedures, could result in human transmission and the possibility of a “future emerging coronavirus outbreak.”

    In a series of diplomatic cables, one of which was obtained by The Washington Post’s Josh Rogin, U.S. Embassy officials warned their superiors that the lab, which they had visited several times, posed a serious health risk that warranted U.S. intervention. The officials were concerned enough about their findings to categorize the communications as “Sensitive But Unclassified,” in order to keep them out of the public eye.

    “During interactions with scientists at the WIV laboratory, they noted the new lab has a serious shortage of appropriately trained technicians and investigators needed to safely operate this high-containment laboratory,” the cable reads.

    “The cable was a warning shot,” one U.S. official told Rogin. “They were begging people to pay attention to what was going on.”

    While China has stated the virus emerged from a seafood market in Wuhan, U.S. officials are skeptical of the claim, with National Review detailing how the Wuhan Institute of Virology posted jobs in November and December of last year to show how they had been working on “long-term research on the pathogenic biology of bats carrying important viruses,” which had “confirmed the origin of bats of major new human and livestock infectious diseases” in December.

    “The idea that is was just a totally natural occurrence is circumstantial. The evidence it leaked from the lab is circumstantial. Right now, the ledger on the side of it leaking from the lab is packed with bullet points and there’s almost nothing on the other side,” a U.S. official told Rogin.

    https://www.nationalreview.com/news/u-s-diplomats-warned-about-safety-risks-in-wuhan-labs-studying-bats-two-years-before-coronavirus-outbreak/

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  35. SFC Ton says:

    Her family didn’t treat him very well for a long time, which I thought odd.
    Odd because he was really doing them a solid.
    ………

    No one respects or values simps.

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  36. SFC Ton says:

    she hasn’t been dragged out of office and hung out to dry because the not-crazy people there know they’re outnumbered and the normies…… are fucking us less for anything beyond being slaves to debt and taxes

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  37. SFC Ton says:

    I love that false sexual assault charges were filed on a cop! Thats just to awesome

    Maybe he’ll get back up north and realize he’s playing for the wrong team

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  38. Sumo says:

    Not a cop. His job was similar to what I used to do, except I got to deal with mental health patients who would either sit in a corner and cry, or try to eat my face, depending on the day.

    Sounds like that guy had a job where he took noise complaints and so forth.

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  39. Farm Boy says:

    A disabled man in the UK received a police visit because his neighbor offered to cut his grass during the coronavirus lockdown.

    https://summit.news/2020/04/14/uk-disabled-man-gets-police-visit-because-neighbor-offered-to-cut-his-grass/

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  40. Farm Boy says:

    New York City added nearly 4,000 people who never tested positive for the coronavirus to its death toll Tuesday, bringing coronavirus-related deaths in the city to around 10,000 people.

    https://dailycaller.com/2020/04/14/nyc-numbers-coronavirus-death-toll/

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  41. SFC Ton says:

    That sucks

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  42. Farm Boy says:

    The CDC is explicitly directing doctors to list COVID-19 on death certificates even when no test was done as long as they’ve “assumed” the patient had it

    Hospitals will be reimbursed for treating any uninsured patients diagnosed with COVID-19. Medicare will also pay out more for checking the COVID-19 box.

    https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2020/04/literally_no_one_has_any_idea_how_many_people_covid19_has_killed.html

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  43. Cheque d'Out says:

    FIFA = Football (Wendyball) video game

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  44. Farm Boy says:

    Some good parts

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  45. Farm Boy says:

    U.S.—Former president Barack Obama endorsed Joe Biden for president in a touching, intimate video Tuesday, saying, “Biden has touched us all.”

    https://babylonbee.com/news/obama-biden-has-touched-us-all

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  46. Cheque d'Out says:

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  47. h0neyc0mb says:

    My EYES!

    🤢🤮

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  48. SFC Ton says:

    If I was immature enough to have hope, my hope would be this here wu-flu let’s people view cops for what they are; armed thugs who do unjust shit for some sheckles and a pat on the head

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  49. Cheque d'Out says:

    Ton may be getting his hopes fulfilled in the UK. Some very heavy-handed PR disasters happening, they seem to have lost the ability to discriminate between the actual law and what control freaks want to be the law.

    And I haven’t ever had any hassle with the police, pretty much the opposite. So far anyway…

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  50. Liz says:

    Attention Liz and Larry,

    Thanks Farmboy, we are going to contact him today.
    Elk is almost gone and there’s room in the deep freeze for bison. 🙂

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  51. Cill says:

    The obsession with citizens’ private lives, with what people are doing and thinking personally when they are alone, is a female thing. Already, women have contrived to merge the Judiciary with the Police, and the next stage will be to bring the Executive into the fold.

    Women yearn for private habits and thoughts to be policed by nanny State. In particular they want policing to work within the thoughts and habits of masculine men, and control them.

    The stage was set years ago for a nanny Police State (https://spawnyspace.wordpress.com/2017/08/30/feminism-flouts-the-separation-of-powers/). In the UK a female DPP and her feminist helpers went to great lengths to set up the CPS as a control centre for secret informants. Citizen can enter the welcoming embrace of nanny State to anonymously inform on her fellow citizen.

    A crisis was not required in order for this to happen. The separation of powers was wrecked by feminists years ago. The current “pandemic” has just brought the nanny police state out into the open (to those who have eyes to see).

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  52. Liz says:

    I’m trying to understand why they are diagnosing people without testing.
    We’ve currently tested over 3 million people in the US for the wu.
    It’s hard to know what to believe.
    I do know putting a patient on a ventilator is highly invasive and expensive. Keeping a person in the ICU is expensive. This isn’t a new thing since the wu came to town…i find it a little strange the doctor in the article is implying they are putting patients on vents simply for profit. There is criteria required before you put a patient on a vent.

    Are these deaths en masse untested or are we talking about rare cases?
    At any rate, Mike got a message last night that two flight attendants and a pilot (who work for Jetblue) have died of the wu. They were in their 30s. They get a notice when they’ve been exposed, for example if there is a known person on a flight they discover had the virus they will notify the people. Maybe it’s a coincidence and they all died of something else.
    But I doubt it.

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  53. Larry G says:

    FB
    Attention Liz and Larry

    may give this guy some business in a couple of weeks once I get some room in the freezer. I should have bought a second chest freezer when they were on sale.

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  54. SFC Ton says:

    I think Liz, any diagnosis of wu-flu comes with federal money attached; the most extra money comes in when some goes on a ventilator for the wu-fu giving hospitals an ecconmic incentive

    Hospitals are basically double dipping.

    But it’s not like I have inside information about how putting someone on a ventilator for the wu-flu is an extra 19k in bonus money………

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  55. Excellent thumbnail on that Joker vid. Maybe HC can source the image for me…?

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  56. SFC Ton says:

    Down the road a ways the law is writing $150 tickets for being on the beach even if you are socially distant

    There’s another ticket for asking them if there are no more murder suspects or child rapist to arrest.

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  57. Some of the things our leadership has done can only be made reasonable if based on the premise that they’re expecting (have been guaranteed?) BIG government checks to roll in to fund the staffing and other VERY expensive projects they’ve jammed through in the last couple of weeks.

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  58. Larry G says:

    10 things I’m grateful for today…random thoughts

    1.) a job I work from home for a steady weekly paycheck
    2.) have non-bitchy, loving, pleasant wife who respects me (and can really cook)
    3.) plenty of food and water stocked up
    4.) not dead yet and pushing 68 years old
    5.) house paid off, some cash in the bank and no loans to worry about
    6.) found my spare set of dentures yesterday
    7.) bought plenty good quality guns and ammo at decent prices
    8.) far away (700 miles) from my crazy, loud mouth feminist sister
    9.) bought 30 gallons of gas for $1.43 a gallon and now stored in jerry cans
    10.) have friends I can depend on through all this and they can depend on me

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  59. Farm Boy says:

    She hates you
    She wants you to die

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  60. Farm Boy says:

    Leaked documents reveal that Chinese Communist President Xi Jinping knew that the coronavirus outbreak in China was a highly contagious “epidemic” at the same time that China told the World Health Organization (WHO) that there was no “evidence of human-to-human transmission.”

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/bombshell-memo-reveals-when-chinese-president-xi-knew-outbreak-was-severe-epidemic

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  61. Farm Boy says:

    Liz,

    If you have already had your coffee, skip this. No need for over stimulation.

    Dem Sen. Gillibrand: Illegal Immigrants Should Receive Coronavirus Stimulus Payments, Unemployment Benefits

    https://www.weaselzippers.us/447133-dem-sen-gillibrand-illegal-immigrants-should-receive-coronavirus-stimulus-payments-unemployment-benefits/

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  62. Farm Boy says:

    There is authoritative and compelling evidence — including a study from the University of Southampton — that if interventions in China had been conducted three weeks earlier, transmission of COVID-19 could have been reduced by 95 percent.

    For 40 days, President Xi Jinping’s CPC concealed, destroyed, falsified, and fabricated information about the rampant spread of COVID-19 through its state-sanctioned massive surveillance and suppression of data; its misrepresentation of information; its silencing and criminalizing of its dissent; and its disappearance of its whistleblowers.

    https://www.timesofisrael.com/criminality-and-corruption-reign-in-xi-pings-china/

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  63. Farm Boy says:

    Activist groups who opposed the Trump administration’s proposed Title IX regulations from the start are now citing the outbreak of COVID-19 as a reason for further delay.

    In response, due process advocates are urging the Department of Education to keep its schedule for release of the rules, which would add several due process protections for accused students in campus sexual misconduct proceedings.

    https://www.thecollegefix.com/times-up-to-restore-due-process-groups-urge-devos-to-ignore-coronavirus-stalling-tactics-for-title-ix-reform/

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  64. Farm Boy says:

    In other words, the Kremlin may have succeeded in getting us to turn even more viciously against ourselves and conduct our politics in an atmosphere characterized by screaming headlines, dark insinuations and endless investigations — all by feeding a few lies to a private eye hired by the Hillary Clinton campaign to dig up dirt on Trump.

    And the people who did the most to whip up this hysteria were the same ones who professed to be most alarmed at Russia meddling

    https://nypost.com/2020/04/13/it-looks-like-putin-conned-the-fbi-into-the-russiagate-probe/

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  65. Stephanie says:

    Larry there’s a meme out there that made me think of you immediately!! I’ll have to find it, but it described you perfectly, and had you set to survive all this and end up happy.
    We’re out right now, so I can’t find it, but it was awesome LOL 😂

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  66. Farm Boy says:

    FRANKFORT, KY—Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear has ordered all Christian churchgoers to wear a yellow cross to warn others they attended a religious gathering against the unilateral decree of the state.

    https://babylonbee.com/news/kentucky-orders-all-churchgoers-to-wear-yellow-cross

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  67. Stephanie says:

    Just a heads up for the US people, we’re set to probably have a meat shortage due to several meat packing/processing plants shutting down due to employees getting the virus.

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  68. Russia, Russia, Russia!!!

    C’mon man, the Russians don’t have to do or say anything for the Democrats to scream Orange Man Bad!

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  69. Stephanie says:

    Taking advantage of the lower prices… I just found and bought my husband a 2019 Black CHEVY Silverado 😍😍😍 – I mean it’s his money, but he makes me do the finances, swears I’m better at it even though I absolutely hate doing them. It was an amazing deal though and I’ve been looking for a couple of years to buy him a truck. Super happy for him ❤️

    Now he’s uber sexy in his gorgeous black truck! I think it’s going to his head though.. won’t stop playing the Save a Horse Ride a 🤠 Cowboy where it mentions his truck LOL 😂 making me blush this man!

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  70. h0neyc0mb says:

    I’m good .. I ain’t that good 😂

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  71. Liz says:

    Have I ever mentioned how much I dislike GIllibrand?
    I’d like to beat her with a stick.
    A rainbow lesbian pride stick constructed of material imported from China and whittled by illegal workers.

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  72. Liz says:

    From Adam’s blog:
    The people in the aisles moved ponderously around one another like wooden frigates attempting to find the weather gauge.

    I do pine for the days before social distancing.

    (sorry, couldn’t resist the pun)

    [All spruced up they were?
    Beech themselves they did?
    Probably they were not poplar.]

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  73. Larry G says:

    “Have I ever mentioned how much I dislike GIllibrand?”

    once or twice.

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  74. Cheque d'Out says:

    Good. Arsuming that Boris sticks to his guns.

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  75. Cheque d'Out says:

    Trigger warning for video above
    *Mentions Penis Moron*

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  76. RichardP says:

    Quote posted by FB: Dem Sen. Gillibrand: Illegal Immigrants Should Receive Coronavirus Stimulus Payments, Unemployment Benefits

    California governor has already implemented that here in California.

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  77. SFC Ton says:

    I’m mostly enjoying the social distancing. It’s been my default setting since my last go round with the doctors so theres no adjustment there for us

    Utterly horrific for our small business owners but damn the delay in terrorist season ,most especially a huge lack of our yearly yankee invaders, is almost heaven

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  78. RichardP says:

    Quote by FB; commented on by Liz: The CDC is explicitly directing doctors to list COVID-19 on death certificates even when no test was done as long as they’ve “assumed” the patient had it

    Neither the flu nor the Covid19 virus kill people.

    That cannot be stated too many times – because of articles like the one FB linked to.

    Both the flu and Covid19 can lead to pneumonia, which leads to low blood oxygen, which leads to organ failure, which leads to death. (I’m ignoring sepsis infection and cytokine storm syndrome as causes of death here.)

    1. There are markers other than blood tests (such as ground glass opacity in lung x-rays) that are strongly correlated with the Covide19 illness. These other markers would be fairly visible to the caretaker.

    2. The death certificate will list the direct cause(s) of death on line(s) 1, 2, 3 or however many lines it takes (organ failure of some sort). On the last line, the Coroner has been directed to list Covid19 as a contributing cause of death. That is, Covid19 is listed (when there is reason to think so) as a cause that contributed to the conditions that were the direct cause of death.

    Please note – Covid19 (and the flu) cannot ever be listed as the direct cause of death, because they never are. They are only contributing factors to the direct cause of death.

    Note: I heard on the radio this morning that, nationally (I think; I don’t think it is just California), we are now averaging die at home deaths at about 200 per day. The average up until now has been around 35 per day. It is true that correlation is not causation in all instances. But I think the medical folks are on safe ground to assume that these extra deaths at home per day are connected to the current pandemic.

    —–

    There are a number of articles available on the Internet that speak directly to Points 1 and 2 above. There is no excuse for someone to create an article of the sort that FB linked to. Which is to say, in this day of easy internet searches, there is never any excuse for someone to remain uninformed, or to misinform their readers. Therefore, whenever it is done this way, we must think in terms of ulterior motives – motives other than to properly inform their readers.

    Note: We have never been in the situation we find ourselves in now, globally. This is serious business, and folks need to be properly informed so that they can create a proper defense against the illness, and the business and political fallout from same.

    I have made the points made in this post in several different locations on several different occasions. Please note that I am not criticizing the posters of the links that I am critiquing. I think it is good that they are posting these links so that we can see the kind of nonesense being peddled to people who won’t seek out the proper information on their own. My critiques apply only to the contents of the linked articles.

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  79. thedeti says:

    Yes, it is true that women who want to get married find men to marry them. Yes, it is that strong in lots of men. Of course, the crap attitudes and behaviors sabotage things (along with he fact that a guy who might marry such a woman is of questionable quality). So divorce often comes sooner, rather than later. I am not calling that a long term success.

    Is such a scenario a success from the woman’s point of view? She did have her day about her, but that fades fast. Does divorce enhance her prestige? Does it enhance her bank account? If she had stayed married longer, she would be entitled to more.

    Yes, it is a success. You know how men will fuck a girl and say “doesn’t matter, had sex”? Well, women will marry a beta schlub, stay a couple years, then divorce him. “Doesn’t matter, got married”. No, they never say that. But that’s the attitude. That’s the mindset. The pain, the problems, his deprivation, the ultimate demise of the marriage and the wreckage all around her? All of it is worth it because “hey, got married”. She was able to get someone to make the ultimate commitment to her. She was able to claim the Office of Wife, even if only for a short time. And her having been a wife is all that matters, even if it doesn’t matter that she is no longer a wife. All that matters is that she WAS a wife.

    Can she spin it all as being his fault?

    Usually.

    What is the real benefit for her to spin it all as his fault? Sympathy? How useful is that long term?

    The benefit to her is lack of responsibility and lack of accountability. No one holds her responsible for her part in the relationship’s failure. She does not have to be accountable to anyone. Therefore, she does not have to change to get what she wants later. She does not have to do anything, and she does not have to make things right with anyone.

    Sympathy is not of any long term benefit. But her never having to be responsible for her conduct or accountable to anyone for her conduct IS of long term benefit. She can act this way until someone does hold her accountable or responsible, usually in the form of contracting an STD, an unwanted pregnancy, or financial ruin.

    But most of the time, everyone swoops in to relieve all negative consequences. Big Daddy government shows up with free money. Daddy and Mommy show up with free food and lodging, and a few bucks here and there. A Sugar Daddy shows up with money (as long as she rents her pussy out to him). A boyfriend takes her out for fun times. A phalanx of beta orbiters appear with time, attention, validation, affirmation, and offers of “girlfriend” status. Church ladies soothe her with “there there” and “it’s not your fault” and “evil meanie men! Bad, bad men! Make Jeeeeezus your boyfriend (but cheat on Him and have hot fun sex with guys who don’t go to church here, like we did and like we know our daughters do)!!” Her girlfriends are there with a constant drumbeat of “men ain’t shit” and “men are pigs” and “you go, girl!!”

    So what happens in many of these two year marriages? She settles, at least from her perspective. Her resentment (a crap attitude) shows through and results in lots of demands (crap behavior). He distances himself in self-defense. Then it is over soon enough.

    Exit question — Is there a path to long term success for women with crap attitudes / behaviors?

    Yes. But women will have to change, really change, and discard their crap attitudes/behaviors. And women don’t want to do that. Because they don’t have to. Women don’t have to because as i said up there, “everyone swoops in to relieve all negative consequences”. Women change only when forced into doing so.

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  80. thedeti says:

    Shit. Let’s try again.

    ________________________

    Yes, it is true that women who want to get married find men to marry them. Yes, it is that strong in lots of men. Of course, the crap attitudes and behaviors sabotage things (along with he fact that a guy who might marry such a woman is of questionable quality). So divorce often comes sooner, rather than later. I am not calling that a long term success.

    Is such a scenario a success from the woman’s point of view? She did have her day about her, but that fades fast. Does divorce enhance her prestige? Does it enhance her bank account? If she had stayed married longer, she would be entitled to more.

    Yes, it is a success. You know how men will fuck a girl and say “doesn’t matter, had sex”? Well, women will marry a beta schlub, stay a couple years, then divorce him. “Doesn’t matter, got married”. No, they never say that. But that’s the attitude. That’s the mindset. The pain, the problems, his deprivation, the ultimate demise of the marriage and the wreckage all around her? All of it is worth it because “hey, got married”. She was able to get someone to make the ultimate commitment to her. She was able to claim the Office of Wife, even if only for a short time. And her having been a wife is all that matters, even if it doesn’t matter that she is no longer a wife. All that matters is that she WAS a wife.

    Can she spin it all as being his fault?

    Usually.

    What is the real benefit for her to spin it all as his fault? Sympathy? How useful is that long term?

    The benefit to her is lack of responsibility and lack of accountability. No one holds her responsible for her part in the relationship’s failure. She does not have to be accountable to anyone. Therefore, she does not have to change to get what she wants later. She does not have to do anything, and she does not have to make things right with anyone.

    Sympathy is not of any long term benefit. But her never having to be responsible for her conduct or accountable to anyone for her conduct IS of long term benefit. She can act this way until someone does hold her accountable or responsible, usually in the form of contracting an STD, an unwanted pregnancy, or financial ruin.

    But most of the time, everyone swoops in to relieve all negative consequences. Big Daddy government shows up with free money. Daddy and Mommy show up with free food and lodging, and a few bucks here and there. A Sugar Daddy shows up with money (as long as she rents her pussy out to him). A boyfriend takes her out for fun times. A phalanx of beta orbiters appear with time, attention, validation, affirmation, and offers of “girlfriend” status. Church ladies soothe her with “there there” and “it’s not your fault” and “evil meanie men! Bad, bad men! Make Jeeeeezus your boyfriend (but cheat on Him and have hot fun sex with guys who don’t go to church here, like we did and like we know our daughters do)!!” Her girlfriends are there with a constant drumbeat of “men ain’t shit” and “men are pigs” and “you go, girl!!”

    So what happens in many of these two year marriages? She settles, at least from her perspective. Her resentment (a crap attitude) shows through and results in lots of demands (crap behavior). He distances himself in self-defense. Then it is over soon enough.

    Exit question — Is there a path to long term success for women with crap attitudes / behaviors?

    Yes. But women will have to change, really change, and discard their crap attitudes/behaviors. And women don’t want to do that. Because they don’t have to. Women don’t have to because as i said up there, “everyone swoops in to relieve all negative consequences”. Women change only when forced into doing so.

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  81. thedeti says:

    You always have to remember that women are always held less accountable for their failures and misadventures. Women always have a relief valve for their responsibility. A woman can always plausibly blame someone or something else for her conduct, her circumstances, or events in her life.

    The reason for holding women less accountable and less responsible is that accountability and responsibility lead to consequences. If you’re accountable or responsible, you’re vulnerable to attack. You can be weakened. You can be injured, destroyed, or killed. Consequences are imposed on you for your conduct/circumstance. Or, consequences naturally flow from the conduct or circumstance. If those consequences befall a woman, she is less available for sex and producing babies and service to a man who will have her. And we cannot have that. We cannot have women distracted from sex and making babies. We cannot have women injured, killed or destroyed, because an incapacitated or dead woman cannot have sex and cannot make babies.

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  82. Cheque d'Out says:

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  83. Cheque d'Out says:

    [Obviously some dark pigmentation she has.
    Really came out in the baby it did]

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  84. @CdO

    The Continuing Adventures of Blasto and Fisto would make a good sub-title for Mando Season 2.

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  85. Her right eye is Contusion-American.

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  86. So how come saying someone is a “person of color” OK, but saying someone is “colored” or a “colored person” is not OK?

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  87. Larry G says:

    And I assume negro is unacceptable?

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  88. SFC Ton says:

    Good. Arsuming that Boris sticks to his guns.
    …………
    Didn’t know he was a gun owner

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  89. thedeti says:

    KH, LG:

    Couple of reasons: Because blacks and Latinos came up with the term “people of color” and “person of color”. Whites used the now-antiquated term “Coloreds”. It’s OK to use the term “color” or “colored”, only if you are a person of color.

    “Negro” is unacceptable unless it appears in the “United Negro College Fund” name. That word formerly appeared in the term “Negro spiritual”, which is a music genre. It is a specific musical category all its own. That category is now called “African American spiritual” or “spiritual music”.

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  90. SFC Ton says:

    And I assume negro is unacceptable?
    ………
    I think they pefer moon cricket or son of obama

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  91. SFC Ton says:

    [Obviously some dark pigmentation she has.
    Really came out in the baby it did]

    Looks like she’s sporting some diversity sun glasses

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  92. SFC Ton says:

    So how come saying someone is a “person of color” OK, but saying someone is “colored” or a “colored person” is not OK?
    …….
    Who gives a fuck?

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  93. SFC Ton says:

    The reason for holding women less accountable and less responsible is that accountability and responsibility lead to consequences. If you’re accountable or responsible, you’re vulnerable to attack. You can be weakened. You can be injured, destroyed, or killed.
    …………

    Its because all know women are not moral agents

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  94. Sumo says:

    an incapacitated or dead woman cannot have sex

    A couple of those mental health patients I was talking about would have argued that point.

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  95. Cheque d'Out says:

    Fuck this shit

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  96. horsemanbombadil says:

    Chicago
    1,100 Convicted felons
    Caring Covid
    Released not to hospitals
    But to the general public
    Where they don’t have homes to go to.

    What could happen

    (They will be good little boys going straight to their grabdma’s house to spend weeks in isolation learning to crochet.)

    This was Justin’s idea wasn’t it?

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  97. Farm Boy says:

    Sen. Chris Murphy (D-CT) followed the trend set by fellow Democrats of exonerating China and the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) of any fault for the spread of COVID-19. In an appearance with CNN’s Anderson Cooper, Sen. Murphy deems China innocent

    https://townhall.com/tipsheet/reaganmccarthy/2020/04/15/sen-chris-murphy-claims-china-is-blameless-n2566966

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  98. Ame says:

    6.) found my spare set of dentures yesterday

    bwahahahahaha!!!

    10.) have friends I can depend on through all this and they can depend on me

    ditto 🙂 🙂 🙂

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  99. Farm Boy says:

    Tara isn’t the only woman who claims she was sexually brutalized by Joe Biden. She is one of eight women who have come forward with their accounts of sexual assault against the former Vice President. Eight women had similar accusations of assault. Yet, in spite of their shocking revelation against the current Democratic presidential nominee, were we, the public, made aware of any of this by the media? I would say not, for I myself wasn’t informed of it until one of my friends, who is a Bernie Sanders supporter, brought this to my attention

    If a journalist or an investigative reporter dares to break a story that angers the status quo, that journalist will be shunned and denied access to the inner sanctum of power for going against the narrative these elites want the public to hear. Hence, corporate and the higher-ups in the industry need their journalist minions to tow the party line and not ruffle any feathers, lest they risk losing access to the celebrities and elites.

    https://www.eviemagazine.com/post/the-media-is-ignoring-rape-accusations-against-joe-biden-because-they-value/

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  100. Farm Boy says:

    [His version much better it would be]

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  101. Farm Boy says:

    What Georgia’s Governor Did: Waive 1951 Law Prohibiting Wearing Masks In Public, to Allow Medical Masks as the CDC Guidelines Urge
    What the Media Reported: Governor Makes It Legal to Wear Klan Hoods!!!

    This is not going to end well for you, Media, and you will go down knowing you deserve every bit of what’s coming to you.

    http://ace.mu.nu/archives/386843.php

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  102. Farm Boy says:

    Kanye West says he was told his career would end if he didn’t come out in support for Hillary as the music icon revealed that he would be voting for Trump in 2020.

    https://summit.news/2020/04/15/kanye-i-was-told-my-career-would-end-if-i-wasnt-with-hillary/

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  103. Farm Boy says:

    Dr. Deborah Birx, one of the faces of America’s response to the coronavirus outbreak, said that the WHO “had to know” that there had been human to human transmission despite them amplifying Chinese propaganda back in January that this hadn’t happened.

    https://summit.news/2020/04/15/dr-deborah-birx-the-who-had-to-know-there-was-human-to-human-transmission/

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  104. Farm Boy says:

    Visits to an upscale Chicago gay bathhouse may prove that embattled “Empire” star Jussie Smollett was more than friends with his alleged attacker Ambimbola “Abel” Osundairo.
    “They used to party together and he had a sexual relationship with [Abel]. They went to this affluent Chicago bathhouse multiple times and they had to show ID. It’s known as a bathhouse where a lot of affluent black gay men hang out. There should be a record [of their visits],” an insider told Page Six, adding that the bathhouse records may be subpoenaed in Smollett’s upcoming trial on charges of disorderly conduct

    https://pagesix.com/2020/04/14/jussie-smollett-allegedly-knew-attacker-from-upscale-chicago-bathhouse/

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  105. Farm Boy says:

    GOTHAM—Arkham Asylum has freed all its inmates to prevent the spread of coronavirus, sources within the Gotham Police Department confirmed earlier this week.

    https://babylonbee.com/news/arkham-asylum-frees-all-inmates-to-prevent-spread-of-coronavirus

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  106. I would venture that MSM is much more dangerous to brain cells than ETOH.

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  107. Farm Boy says:

    COVID-19 originated in a Wuhan laboratory not as a bioweapon, but as part of China’s effort to demonstrate that its efforts to identify and combat viruses are equal to or greater than the capabilities of the United States, multiple sources who have been briefed on the details of early actions by China’s government and seen relevant materials tell Fox News.

    This may be the “costliest government coverup of all time,” one of the sources said.

    https://www.foxnews.com/politics/coronavirus-wuhan-lab-china-compete-us-sources

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  108. Farm Boy says:

    Many men have the notion that having a wife is what would make them happy. Men stubbornly cling to this notion even though the MMP is a d@mn shambles. Even men who escape from one horrible marriage, by hook or by crook, eagerly sign up to remarry another woman within a year or three

    https://sigmaframe.wordpress.com/2020/04/13/god-doesnt-care-if-you-find-a-wife/

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  109. Farm Boy says:


    Those women who make a habitual game of tearing down men’s ego’s just for the he11 of it are bad, evil women. I recommend that men should reject such a woman as a potential wife if she does not correct her behavior after having it made clear to her that such mischief is of the devil.

    https://sigmaframe.wordpress.com/2020/04/15/reevaluating-the-centrality-of-the-male-ego/

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  110. Farm Boy says:

    Nobody looks at you as if you’re part of a community in that shopping area. The same is out on the street if you’re cycling around or whatever. Overnight we have gone from a community of people that got along pretty well with one another and wished others well to individuals whom regard all others with deep and overriding suspicion that you are a diseased unperson who must be shunned above all things.

    https://pushingrubberdownhill.com/2020/04/15/the-pleasures-of-life-and-antisocial-distancing/

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  111. Farm Boy says:

    TANEYTOWN, Md. — In this new-found era of “Stay home. Save lives,” comes this Facebook post from Taneytown police—“Please remember to put pants on before leaving the house to check your mailbox.”

    https://www.wmar2news.com/news/local-news/taneytown-police-remind-residents-to-wear-pants-while-checking-mailbox

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  112. Farm Boy says:

    BEIJING—In a candid speech Tuesday, President Xi Jinping stated he was “pretty impressed” by Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s handling of the coronavirus outbreak, specifically praising her totalitarian policies.

    China’s dictator said he was actually a little jealous he hadn’t thought of some of her ideas himself.

    “She has some pretty great ideas — stopping people from gathering together even with their families, ordering people not to buy seeds — they can’t even plant their own food now! We hadn’t even thought of some of these innovative approaches,” the Communist president said. “We’re always looking for more ways to oppress people, and we were really inspired by Whitmer’s approach.”

    https://babylonbee.com/news/china-impressed-by-michigan-governors-totalitarian-policies

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  113. Farm Boy says:

    WHOA! Sixty percent of sorority girls at the University of Utah are hustling cash as Rent-a-Coochies?

    https://theothermccain.com/2020/04/15/when-theyre-dead-theyre-just-hookers-mackenzie-lueck-sugar-baby/

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  114. Farm Boy says:

    The protest began with just a few people holding signs on the Capitol lawn, but by the time Beshear started to speak, the group numbered about 100 people.

    Protesters, some of whom appeared to be standing less than 6 feet apart from one another, chanted “we want to work” and “facts over fear.” They yelled non-stop throughout Beshear’s one-hour press briefing, switching up chants and occasionally sounding a horn.

    https://www.courier-journal.com/story/news/politics/ky-legislature/2020/04/15/protesters-gather-outside-kentucky-capitol-over-coronavirus-closures/5141330002/

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  115. 😂🤣😂https://www.twitter.com/RealJamesWoods/status/1250614805548826624

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  116. 😂🤣😂

    (Hope 2nd time is a charm!)

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  117. Farm Boy says:

    Internal Chinese government documents obtained by the Associated Press prove that Chinese Communist President Xi Jinping knew for sure that the outbreak of coronavirus in China was an “epidemic” and was highly contagious between humans in mid January, yet simultaneously China told the World Health Organization (WHO) that there was no “evidence of human-to-human transmission.”

    https://summit.news/2020/04/16/memos-leaked-to-ap-show-china-knew-covid-19-was-likely-severe-pandemic-while-telling-w-h-o-it-wasnt/

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  118. Farm Boy says:

    Indeed

    ‘I Wasn’t Thinking Of The Bill Of Rights’: New Jersey Gov Responds To Tucker’s Question About Social Distancing Order

    https://dailycaller.com/2020/04/15/phil-murphy-bill-of-rights-new-jersey-social-distancing-religious-gatherings/

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  119. Farm Boy says:

    Liz, reacting to MLM

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  120. Farm Boy says:

    Let them eat chocolate

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  121. SFC Ton says:

    We would be a much better nation if yankees did some thinking about upholding the bill of rights

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  122. “WHOA! Sixty percent of sorority girls at the University of Utah are hustling cash as Rent-a-Coochies?”

    I don’t know how that’s possible given the quality of the merchandise. The thirst must be beyond crazy in Utah. One, (1) of these girls might be cute, and I’m not talking pay for it cute, and its not the dead one.

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  123. Heard Clinton had it all converted to Viagra scripts except for what he used to buy the complete Blossom DVD set.

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  124. Liz says:

    I don’t know how that’s possible given the quality of the merchandise. The thirst must be beyond crazy in Utah.

    Call me a scoffer, but I don’t think “Mackenzie’s friend” is a legitimate source for this information (the 60 percent statistic).
    What was she going to say?
    “Yeah, it’s pretty rare but I’m a cheap and stupid spoiled whore!”

    Never been to Utah, but I’ve heard from several sources they are generally a good looking population of women.

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  125. Liz says:

    Public service announcement I just found out (on Next-door.com…who know I might learn anything from that, other than how to become more and more frustrated?)

    The “splash less” version of clorox is NOT designed to disinfect.
    Everything else about the bottle looks about the same, with the exception of the words “splash less” and a tiny disclaimer above the instructions: “not for sanitization or disinfection. To sanitize and disinfect, use Clorox disinfecting bleach”

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  126. SFC Ton says:

    Call me a scoffer, but I don’t think “Mackenzie’s friend” is a legitimate source for this information (the 60 percent statistic
    …..

    Yeah she probably low balling that number

    Women are whores. Question is are they fucking 1 dude for 100% of his money or 100 dudes for 1% of their money. Or some number in between

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  127. SFC Ton says:

    We don’t know if them heifers are from Utah

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  128. Liz says:

    Ton, I think if 60 percent of the population of sorority girls were truly putting themselves out there to get picked up by Nigerian randos in the middle of the night this would be a self-limiting problem.

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  129. Cheque d'Out says:

    How to make friends and influence people

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  130. Cheque d'Out says:


    That’s a cat to keep your hands away from

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  131. Farm Boy says:

    Such twisted standards at the WHO should come as no surprise. China began colonizing the WHO at least 13 years ago, when China’s candidate, a former Hong Kong director of health, Margaret Chan, became WHO director-general, serving for 10 years before Tedros took charge. Chan was already controversial in Hong Kong for her slow and bungling early response to the 2003 SARS outbreak that spread from China to Hong Kong. Under her leadership, the WHO’s response in 2014 to the Ebola crisis in West Africa was a debacle — leaving the U.S. and a number of private medical charities to ride to the rescue. Commenting on this at the time, a Nov. 4, 2014, Wall Street Journal editorial noted that “since the 1990s the WHO has devoted ever more of it resources to political activism instead of its core disease-fighting mission — a loss of function that helps explain why the WHO failed to contain Ebola when it was less rampant.”

    https://pjmedia.com/claudiarosett/now-is-exactly-the-time-to-investigate-the-whos-catastrophic-public-failures-and-internal-rot/#

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  132. Farm Boy says:

    In the coming days, the president will have to make a lose-lose decision to either inaugurate a graduated return to work or keep the country locked down for weeks longer.

    https://www.nationalreview.com/2020/04/coronavirus-testing-will-reveal-much-about-virus-lockdowns/

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  133. Farm Boy says:

    Sheriffs Mike Borkovich, Ted Schendel, Ken Falk, and Kim Cole announced their decision Wednesday, telling the public that they take their oath to the U.S. Constitution seriously and consider themselves the “last line of defense in protecting your civil liberties.”

    “We write today to inform the public for our respective counties of our opposition to some of Governor Whitmer’s executive orders,” the press release reads, as reported by Michigan Live.

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/sheriffs-say-no-to-democrat-governors-draconian-lockdown-orders-we-will-protect-civil-liberties

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  134. Farm Boy says:

    The highest-profile example, of course, was the Obama administration’s effort to use Title IX to weaken the rights of college students accused of sexual assault. Biden, the administration’s point man on the policy, oversaw a crusade that required schools to change their procedures to enhance the likelihood of guilty findings—generating hundreds of lawsuits from wrongly accused students as a result.

    Biden’s rhetoric has also employed a de facto presumption of guilt. On a 2017 conference call with campus accusers’-rights activists, Biden offered a simple message to those who alleged that they had been sexually assaulted: “I believe you.” Proof for their claims, it seems, wasn’t necessary. The following year, during Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination hearings, Biden suggested that women making high-profile allegations deserve an even greater presumption of truthfulness: “For a woman to come forward in the glaring lights of focus, nationally, you’ve got to start off with the presumption that at least the essence of what she’s talking about is real.”

    https://www.city-journal.org/biden-campaign-due-process

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  135. Farm Boy says:

    Faced with arguably the greatest challenge Europe has faced since the end of the Second World War, the EU’s failure to help coordinate the actions of the 27-nation bloc in tackling Covid-19 has once again brought the organisation’s institutional failings into sharp focus.

    https://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/15892/eu-failure-coronavirus

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  136. Farm Boy says:


    Elon Musk called out CNN for erroneously reporting that more than 1,000 ventilators sent by Tesla to California hospitals hadn’t been received while expressing his surprise that the news network “still exists.”

    https://summit.news/2020/04/16/elon-musk-what-i-find-most-surprising-is-that-cnn-still-exists/

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  137. Farm Boy says:

    Thousands of devout Pakistani Muslims are claiming “God is with us” and only westerners can die from coronavirus as they brazenly violate social-distancing orders to pray in mosques amid the global coronavirus pandemic.

    https://nypost.com/2020/04/13/pakistani-muslims-flout-governments-coronavirus-related-mosque-ban/

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  138. Liz says:

    Title of an e mail I just got: “Can you keep a secret?”
    Nope. Delete.
    That was easy.

    [But cats curious they are?]

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  139. Somehow I don’t think these stockpilers understand nutrition, or how the immune system works! (But they are funny to read and in The Glorious Patriarch’s neck of the woods. The chainsaw tip isn’t too bad — I’d run anyway! Lol.) :
    https://www.thesun.co.uk/fabulous/11313927/coronavirus-stockpilers-protect-bb-gun-chainsaw

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  140. “ you’ve got to start off with the presumption that at least the essence of what she’s talking about is real.” *except when it is about Biden or Clinton, naturally. Then no matter how much evidence there is, don’t believe a word of it! Lol.

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  141. Was it from Donny? He’s not exactly keeping too secret.

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  142. Looks like she’s been stockpiling calories for years.

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  143. Cheque d'Out says:

    ^^^ A happy tale ^^^
    Good on yer, mate

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  144. Liz says:

    Heh, after your post I went back and read it, KH.

    Birthday card for Melania, eh?
    I signed it:
    Orange man good.
    😆

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  145. Donald Trump, Jr. suggested changing the name of the CNN to “Xi NN.”

    Nice. Don’t know if he came up with it, but nice.

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  146. Liz says:

    [But cats curious they are?]

    And blabby.

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  147. How much space would it take to house 4800 rolls of TP?

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  148. Ame says:

    Univ of Utah … would they not have a high number of Mormons? Mormon sorority girls?!

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  149. Who knows where those girls come from? They don’t look like the few Mormon girls I’ve met.

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  150. I put “Happy Birthday” in Slovenian and used Mitch McConnell’s office ph #.

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  151. Farm Boy says:

    A new study from four Chinese scientists currently awaiting peer review suggests that the coronavirus could be much more likely to spread indoors than outdoors

    https://www.nationalreview.com/corner/coronavirus-transmission-chinese-study-shows-covid-more-likely-spread-indoors/

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  152. Farm Boy says:

    1984

    A CBC News report gives kids advice on how to shut down “conspiracy theories” voiced by their parents about coronavirus being created by China in a lab

    https://summit.news/2020/04/16/cbc-instructs-kids-on-how-to-shut-down-their-parents-conspiracy-theories/

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  153. Farm Boy says:

    WaPo Columnist Who Wrote A Book About Brett Kavanaugh Now Says #BelieveAllWomen Is ‘Dumb’ Given Accusations Against Joe Biden

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/wapo-columnist-who-wrote-a-book-about-brett-kavanaugh-now-says-believeallwomen-is-dumb-given-accusations-against-joe-biden

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  154. Larry G says:

    KH,
    “How much space would it take to house 4800 rolls of TP?”

    One 18 roll pack Walmart brand TP = 10x15x12 inches = 1800 cu inches

    1728 cu inches = 1 cu ft

    4800 / 18 = 267 packages

    267 packages x 1800 cu inches = 480,600 cu inches

    480,600 cu inches / 1728 cu inches = 278.125 cu ft

    10 ft x 6 ft x 5 ft = 300 cu ft

    About half the size of my home office in the den

    [Too much time on your hands you have]

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  155. Farm Boy says:

    Bitch

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  156. Farm Boy says:

    “I sat with a guy on, on a telephone and he’s telling me, he said, “I don’t always,” he said, “Look, I, I, I, I, I, I’m, I, I worked at the hospital.” And he said, “Then I, I got, I got myself a position where I got the virus so they quarantined me and, and they put me in the hospital, and I made it out and so I’m out [slurp]. But they don’t want me with my family. I’m on the third floor. I spent 15 minutes on the phone with them saying,’ he said, ‘I have a three-year-old and a four-year-old. They come to the door outside and they just knock on the door and say ‘Daddy, Daddy, can I see you Daddy, can I see you Daddy?’’”
    So we spent time going through it [slurp], I used to do with my kids when they were little and I couldn’t see them and we’d play games. I said, “Knock, make up a game, knock, knock on the door and say this is, you know [slurp].” [incomprehensible] This is practical things, the guy’s scared to death. And he’s worried about his children, he’s worried about his wie [sic]. I mean, these are practical things. And the president talks about this like, “OK, it’s gonna be OK. We’re gonna open… tomorrow. We’re gonna do this.”

    I mean, it just, I must tell you, it drives me crazy. I don’t know what he doesn’t understand.“

    https://pjmedia.com/vodkapundit/we-have-no-idea-what-joe-biden-is-muttering-about-here-maybe-you-can-help-us-out/

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  157. Cill says:

    KH at 2:53 pm

    Men are the mugs for giving them business. Even NZ’s gawd-awful PPP on average would look almost beautiful beside that rumpty bunch of Mormon sheilas.

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  158. SFC Ton says:

    LOL mud sharking is a naturally self correcting.

    Or would be if we allowed nature to take its course and skypes, with all their media resources weren’t pushing for it

    But pay for play is always in effect. If not direct cash payouts then it’s supper and a movie for a couple of dates until let’s just be friends i. Which men are pretty wise to these days

    For men the only way out of the pay to play paradigm is to be high status enough girls have to fuck you for free because some other chick will

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  159. SFC Ton says:

    nnounced their decision Wednesday, telling the public that they take their oath to the U.S. Constitution seriously and consider themselves the “last line of defense in protecting your civil liberties.”

    “We write today to inform the public for our respective counties of our opposition to some of Governor Whitmer’s executive orders,”
    …….
    Ooooooo they wrote a letter!!!!! How brave

    Fucking pussies

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  160. SFC Ton says:

    Why the fuck do you assholes keep posting photos of fat chicks?

    Unfuckingcool

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  161. Farm Boy says:

    Michigan Democrat Gov. Gretchen Whitmer: Abortions Are ‘Life-Sustaining’

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/michigan-democrat-gov-gretchen-whitmer-abortions-are-life-sustaining

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  166. Farm Boy says:

    LAKE ELSINORE, CA—Local man Brett Garfield was tragically killed in a skydiving accident yesterday. His death was quickly ruled death by coronavirus by medical experts. Garfield wasn’t tested for coronavirus, but he exhibited many of the symptoms, such as suffering and dying, so he was immediately added to the rapidly growing coronavirus death statistics.

    https://babylonbee.com/news/skydiving-accident-ruled-death-by-coronavirus

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  167. Liz says:

    Heh, nothing wrong with those analogies. 😆

    The guy who wrote this should get a pulitzer:

    Don’t make fun of renowned Dan Brown

    Renowned author Dan Brown woke up in his luxurious four-poster bed in his expensive $10 million house – and immediately he felt angry. Most people would have thought that the 48-year-old man had no reason to be angry. After all, the famous writer had a new book coming out. But that was the problem. A new book meant an inevitable attack on the rich novelist by the wealthy wordsmith’s fiercest foes. The critics.

    Renowned author Dan Brown hated the critics. Ever since he had become one of the world’s top renowned authors they had made fun of him. They had mocked bestselling book The Da Vinci Code, successful novel Digital Fortress, popular tome Deception Point, money-spinning volume Angels & Demons and chart-topping work of narrative fiction The Lost Symbol.

    The critics said his writing was clumsy, ungrammatical, repetitive and repetitive. They said it was full of unnecessary tautology. They said his prose was swamped in a sea of mixed metaphors. For some reason they found something funny in sentences such as “His eyes went white, like a shark about to attack.” They even say my books are packed with banal and superfluous description, thought the 5ft 9in man. He particularly hated it when they said his imagery was nonsensical. It made his insect eyes flash like a rocket.

    Renowned author Dan Brown got out of his luxurious four-poster bed in his expensive $10 million house and paced the bedroom, using the feet located at the ends of his two legs to propel him forwards. He knew he shouldn’t care what a few jealous critics thought. His new book Inferno was coming out on Tuesday, and the 480-page hardback published by Doubleday with a recommended US retail price of $29.95 was sure to be a hit. Wasn’t it?

    I’ll call my agent, pondered the prosperous scribe. He reached for the telephone using one of his two hands. “Hello, this is renowned author Dan Brown,” spoke renowned author Dan Brown. “I want to talk to literary agent John Unconvincingname.”
    “Mr Unconvincingname, it’s renowned author Dan Brown,” told the voice at the other end of the line. Instantly the voice at the other end of the line was replaced by a different voice at the other end of the line. “Hello, it’s literary agent John Unconvincingname,” informed the new voice at the other end of the line.

    “Hello agent John, it’s client Dan,” commented the pecunious scribbler. “I’m worried about new book Inferno. I think critics are going to say it’s badly written.”

    The voice at the other end of the line gave a sigh, like a mighty oak toppling into a great river, or something else that didn’t sound like a sigh if you gave it a moment’s thought. “Who cares what the stupid critics say?” advised the literary agent. “They’re just snobs. You have millions of fans.”

    That’s true, mused the accomplished composer of thrillers that combined religion, high culture and conspiracy theories. His books were read by everyone from renowned politician President Obama to renowned musician Britney Spears. It was said that a copy of The Da Vinci Code had even found its way into the hands of renowned monarch the Queen. He was grateful for his good fortune, and gave thanks every night in his prayers to renowned deity God.

    “Think of all the money you’ve made,” recommended the literary agent. That was true too. The thriving ink-slinger’s wealth had allowed him to indulge his passion for great art. Among his proudest purchases were a specially commissioned landscape by acclaimed painter Vincent van Gogh and a signed first edition by revered scriptwriter William Shakespeare.

    Renowned author Dan Brown smiled, the ends of his mouth curving upwards in a physical expression of pleasure. He felt much better. If your books brought innocent delight to millions of readers, what did it matter whether you knew the difference between a transitive and an intransitive verb?

    “Thanks, John,” he thanked. Then he put down the telephone and perambulated on foot to the desk behind which he habitually sat on a chair to write his famous books on an Apple iMac MD093B/A computer. New book Inferno, the latest in his celebrated series about fictional Harvard professor Robert Langdon, was inspired by top Italian poet Dante. It wouldn’t be the last in the lucrative sequence, either. He had all the sequels mapped out. The Mozart Acrostic. The Michelangelo Wordsearch. The Newton Sudoku.

    The 190lb adult male human being nodded his head to indicate satisfaction and returned to his bedroom by walking there. Still asleep in the luxurious four-poster bed of the expensive $10 million house was beautiful wife Mrs Brown. Renowned author Dan Brown gazed admiringly at the pulchritudinous brunette’s blonde tresses, flowing from her head like a stream but made from hair instead of water and without any fish in. She was as majestic as the finest sculpture by Caravaggio or the most coveted portrait by Rodin. I like the attractive woman, thought the successful man.

    Perhaps one day, inspired by beautiful wife Mrs Brown, he would move into romantic poetry, like market-leading British rhymester John Keats. That would be good, opined the talented person, and got back into the luxurious four-poster bed. He felt as happy as a man who has something to be happy about and is suitably happy about it.
    –Michael Deacon, The Telegraph 10 May 2013

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