Feminists And Federalism

The United States has a Federal System of government.  There are two entities with sovereignty, the Federal Government in Washington and the individual states.  It a bit tricky to run an outfit with two sovereign entities, but it has kind of worked so far.  Supposedly only  few responsibilities and powers (e.g. defense, inter-state commerce) are allocated for the Federal Government, with everything else reserved for the states.  It is said that under such a system, that states become a laboratory for democracy.  Presently, many supposedly super-smart educated people were surprised when state governors made the decisions about what would be open and closed during the pandemic, rather than the Federal Government.  Let us say that some got an education in Federalism, though for many it was probably just to complicated for them to understand.

As for Feminism, what kind of government would they like?  For the most part, they want a top-down government that issues fiats (e.g. from a Supreme Court).      This idea of the states being laboratories of democracy is most definitely not what they want.  There are two main reasons.  Firstly, pushing your agenda in fifty states is a lot of work with lots of complication and cost.  Secondly, if some states maybe adopt your agenda, while others don’t, this provides a chance to illustrate how dumb the agenda really is.  Best not to give states this choice.

Is the Feminist agenda dumb?  Has the parts implemented made them happier in the net case?  How have the kids done?   Perhaps women make more money individually and as a whole now, but once again, is there a net benefit?

Exit question — How are Feminists like ostriches?

Posted in FarmBoy, Feminism, Politics
171 comments on “Feminists And Federalism
  1. Feminists bury their heads when their best plans fall apart? (No responsibility/accountability)

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  2. Sumo says:

    How are Feminists like ostriches?

    They’re big, ugly, and stoopid as fuck?

    We all know somebody had to say it…..

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  3. JPF says:

    Happy versus content. (My definitions may not actually be correct, but I will define them here for clarity.)

    Happiness – a positive feeling that is felt at a particular moment.
    Contentedness – a long-term mental state of choosing to be satisfied with the role you have in life, and the husband/family/friends and possessions that you have. A person with contentedness may yet strive to improve their life, but continues to choose to be satisfied with whatever they do have. Chooses to think about what is good in their life (Phil 4:8).

    Feminism, and any other activist groups, especially groups seeking attention due to claimed victim status, can certainly gain happiness for the members. If nothing else, the members are getting attention, which is a positive experience, especially for immature people such as children and (many) women.

    In addition to the above, getting what they demanded and wanted, at least initially, will give many people an emotional boost, or at least a positive feeling of victory.

    Feminism has demonstrated over the decades that its members are not content; they act as if they have been greatly offended, and are very distraught with their roles in life. As such, being a member of such a group will significantly reduce their contentedness.

    In addition, many of the goals of the feminists are self-harming, contributing to a decrease in the pleasantness of their own lives, long-term. For example, wives previously had a cushy position, being cared for and provided for, with the only expectations being obedience, a pleasant personality, reasonable competence at domestic maintenance and child care, and regular, cheerful sex with their husbands.
    Now, women feel they are expected to achieve success in a husband’s role: leadership in the home, success in university and career. They also refuse the wife’s role for which they were created (Gen 2:18), giving additional problems due to misplacement.

    Previously, a virgin wife would be highly valued by her husband who took her youth and virginity. Now, women reject and are rejected repeatedly by numerous lovers before marriage. And at marriage, she is old and a harlot, so is much less valued by her husband. And at older marriage, she is less likely to be able to have children, thus giving disappointment as she cannot fulfill part of her natural role. And she may not even be able to marry, as she is an old harlot instead of a beautiful, young virgin. And she may not be able to marry because some men are more interested in pursuing the younger harlots than in her, since she is an old harlot.

    Women should be controlled and directed, for their benefit, first by their biological fathers and then by their husbands. And feminists should be recognized as having similar benefit to society as a person advising witchcraft.

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  4. Larry G says:

    Well, another blog (JPF’s) that I’m going to have to find time to read…


  5. Farm Boy says:

    I am thinking that maybe Tom has something to say about State’s Rights

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  6. JPF says:

    Unfortunately I have not had (or made) the time to write in the last few months…


  7. Larry G says:

    Well I’ll browse what you have JPF, then scoot back over to KHH’s to read some enlightening articles or something

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  8. okrahead says:

    Michigan, California, New York… are the vision of things to come should Biden (or whichever Democrat) win in November. The Xi TB will still be around, Biden/Cuomo/whomever will announce a national emergency, and will implement what’s happening in the blue states nationwide. The governors and mayors have both said churches and synagogues will be closed for the foreseeable future, and DeBlasio in NYC has decreed protests to his decrees illegal.
    Should Biden win not only will certain jobs be “unnecessary”, so will certain people. Biden has already said he would close gun stores under emergency powers. We already see healthcare rationing happening… your grandpa’s cancer or heart surgery is non-essential, as opposed to the services of the local abortion clinic.
    The feminist agenda is not merely dumb, it is national suicide. And if the U.S. goes belly up the rest of the world is in for a bumpy ride.

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  9. horsemanbombadil says:

    Make up your mind, CDC!

    [Not cover themselves in glory they have]

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  10. okrahead says:

    From our friend on the scene:
    Chicago Police are currently blocking the entrance to the PRIVATE bank parking lot across the street from Elim Pentecostal Church, to prohibit members from parking their cars there for the 7 pm service. The Church has had a contractual right to use this parking lot for the last 18 years. The Police confirmed that Mayor HeavyHand has ordered them to do this, after her street parking ban backfired against her this morning.

    The Police are now trespassing on private property and interfering with private contractual rights, not to mention grossly violating the Constitution. They are making our legal case better by the minute.
    Somewhere, the Founding Fathers weep and Stalin smiles.

    Enjoy your federal lawsuits.

    UPDATE: Someone smarted than us e-mailed the following:
    You realize the bank lot is Private Property and the police are being utilized to prohibit access (interfere) to an area that is the subject of a legal Contract between two individual entities (the bank and the church)? Most of the church people don’t live in the neighborhood, so they aren’t the ones street parking here or at that Romanian church. They are using bank lots and other places that are closed on Sundays. Legal Affairs dropped the ball big time on this one and a number of big name law firms are eager to take up these cases.
    Again, the governor’s executive orders and the mayor’s proclamations do not carry the weight of law. That’s why Fatass is headed to Springfield this week to attempt to get his EO’s authorized as Laws with criminal penalties.

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  11. okrahead says:

    This was the scene in front of the Philadelphia Romanian Church this morning:
    City tow trucks arrived and yanked the vehicles of every single resident, including numerous elderly people and a more than a few nurses coming in from the night shifts and impounded them for violation of the signs that got posted Saturday with under twenty-four hours notice. The City also “closed” the private lot that the church used for parishioners in some half-assed attempt to force church-goers to park on the streets, streets listed as temporary tow zones to snatch their cars, too.

    We don’t know what the current parking situation is in Ravenswood (we think it’s Ravenswood), but last time we set foot in that area, Permit Parking was rampant along with a heavy concentration of three flats, meaning parking would be a problem, even if it wasn’t a Sunday. So all the residents WHO HAD NOTHING TO DO WITH THE CHURCH are on the hook for tickets and towing and damages to their cars – because we all know exactly how gently City tow drovers are with someone else’s property.

    This should be a wake-up call to all the residents who habitually vote for the Machine and “progressives.” It should also be a clarion call to the churches across the city as to how far the left will go to crush the faithful of all denominations. You are only useful to them as far as you obey orders and do what you’re told. If you don’t speak up now, expect the same to happen to you in short order.

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  12. horsemanbombadil says:

    Also Michigan all week was threatening to arrest barbers who opened their stores.
    Can’t have 70+ year old men providing services!!

    Wait whats that?

    A dam burst and you need able bodied men to help with evacuation and recovery?
    Sorry don’t wanna be arrested, can’t help you, have to stay indoors.

    Kids can’t go to school til we have a vaccine because they are spreaders.
    Ok but none of the kids in the 40,000 evacuees casn go to a shelter..in a school!

    Sorry Gretchen. Ya overplayed your hand.

    Popcorn! Getcher popcorn here!! Redhots! Popcorn!!

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  13. okrahead says:

    Alderman: Mayor’s Office Bans Parking On Ravenswood Streets Near Church That Plans To Hold Sunday Services


  14. okrahead says:

    Stinky finger Joe is apparently leaning towards Warden Whitmer as his running mate… (if, presumably she doesn’t mind a cuddle while wearing her manatee outfit). This is the hand they intend to play on the whole country: An emergency declaration and martial law. The Democrat governors and big city mayors have shown their hand and their intentions. It’s lockdown forever if Trump doesn’t win in November.


  15. horsemanbombadil says:

    Violated stay at home order, license of 30+ years suspended.

    Evacuate your homes!!

    Gretchen make up your mind!


  16. okrahead says:

    Ostriches and feminists? We’d be better off if they were all sent to the Serengeti.

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  17. Larry G says:

    Buy more ammo

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  18. Liz says:

    How are Feminists like ostriches?

    Their brains aren’t large enough to fill a teaspoon

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  19. Liz says:


    the results of a South Korean study of MODERATE patients who were given 3 different treatments, one of which was HCQ + AZ.
    “Results: Ninety-seven moderate COVID-19 patients were managed with hydroxychloroquine (HQ) plus antibiotics (n = 22), lopinavir-ritonavir (Lop/R) plus antibiotics (n = 35), or conservative treatment (n = 40). Time to viral clearance, as signified by negative conversion on PCR, after initiation of treatment was significantly shorter with HQ plus antibiotics compared to Lop/R plus antibiotics (hazard ratio [HR], 0.49; 95% confidence interval [95% CI], 0.28 to 0.87) or conservative treatments (HR, 0.44; 95% CI, 0.25 to 0.78). Hospital stay duration after treatment was also shortest for patients treated with HQ plus antibiotics compared to other treatment groups. Subgroup analysis revealed that mean duration to viral clearance was significantly reduced with adjunctive use of antibiotics compared to monotherapy (HR 0.81, 95% CI, 0.70 to 0.93). While both HQ and Lop/R showed side effects including nausea, vomiting, and elevation of liver transaminases, none were serious.”

    So Trump is right.

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  20. Cill says:

    “Ostriches and feminists? We’d be better off if they were all sent to the Serengeti.”

    Send Stinky Pinky Joe with them to keep ’em occupied.

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  21. Cill says:

    I’ll organize a gamehunting jaunt there a.s.a.p.

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  22. Cheque d'Out says:

    Managing your feminist wife? Or trying to

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  23. b g says:

    Cheque d’Out

    LOL, cruel but fair ;-D

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  24. theshadowedknight says:

    Regarding HCQ, the fully effective course is HCQ + AZM + Zn. The Zinc is a necessary component because it seems to interfere with the ability of the virus to get into the cells. So when people say that HCQ doesn’t work, they are lying by omitting the rest of the treatment. This has been a bit of an revalation to me how many otherwise intelligent men still listen to the media and refuse to do their own research.

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  25. theshadowedknight says:

    States right and federalism failed. It is an inherent problem with democratic systems, and having laboratories of democracy just means you are breeding for the most virulent strain of fatal government. Thus, progressivism.

    What needs to be done is the rest of the nation needs to gang up and wipe out Massachusetts, especially Harvard. Then, once the infection is excised, dissolve the Union and build regional governments out of the American territories. Let the South rise again.

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  26. theshadowedknight says:

    I know the answer to the question, “What do women want?”

    “It doesn’t matter,” or, “Who cares,” if you are being flippant. Women can’t beat men in a fight, so men ultimately decide what is permitted. We don’t have a bitchy woman problem, so much as we have a weak man problem.

    We don’t need to deal with women to beat femenism. We have to beat the men who enable it. In the meantime, we have to deal with women and the best way to do that is to command them and compel them. They like that sort of thing; it makes them feel safe.

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  27. Larry G says:

    Something is way off…it started off that staying at home, business closings, banning large gatherings and wearing PPE was to “flatten the curve” of China Plague cases so the hospitals would not be overwhelmed. Keep the cases from spiking but at the cost of lengthening time. That was the original government bullshit propaganda, right?
    So how did this morph into several retarded mostly Democrat governors still issuing Nazi-like dictates? Who the fuck died and left these turd piles in charge? Especially that crazy split tail in Michigan who is just itching be be the Head Cunt in Charge.

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  28. “We don’t have a bitchy woman problem, so much as we have a weak man problem.”

    Weak men create bitchy women. Single-moms and absent fathers create weak men.

    Not just weak men, but corrupt and evil men as well. First thing to ending the cancer of feminism is to take away the vote and the ability of women to hold office. That will actually help a lot with the problems of tyrannical government, once it doesn’t have the electoral support of tens of millions of Karens. This is necessary, but nowhere near sufficient on its own.

    It would take at least one generation but more like two or three to get the West turned around, and it isn’t going to happen without some serious shit going down.

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  29. “That was the original government bullshit propaganda, right?”

    In the true spirit of, “Never let a crisis go to waste.” lots of Lefties decided to see how far they could push before people started to push back. They learned they can damn well do just about anything in the short-term, but people will start to get ornery if it goes on too long. So the lesson for Lefty is, Strike HARD and FAST! Crush all resistance in the first week to ten days, and they’ll gain almost complete victory with little mopping up left to do.

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  30. Operation “Getting A Leg Over” accomplished!

    That’ll do, Karen. That’ll do.

    Liked by 4 people

  31. Larry G says:

    One lesson the Left seems to have forgotten is that when you piss off enough of the wrong people, things can easily get “messy” on one hell of a hurry. Note to self: Buy more ammo!

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  32. Larry G says:

    Men just won’t take us seriously!!

    Liked by 3 people

  33. Liz says:

    Conversation in an age before social media:
    “Hey why aren’t you wearing a mask?”
    “I have a medical condition which makes wearing a mask difficult”
    “Oh, okay”

    Conversation in an age after social media:
    “I went to the store today and someone wasn’t wearing a mask. I didn’t say anything at the time, just stared daggers at them and then passive aggressively posted about it in here”

    I posted that on our neighborhood social media site (after someone posted that they can’t wear a mask due to PTSD), then I deleted.
    I hate next-door dot com. Makes me feel like I’m surrounded by imbeciles.
    I’m sure I am, but I’d rather not think about it.

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  34. Larry G says:

    “I hate next-door dot com. Makes me feel like I’m surrounded by imbeciles.” I see you have discernment today, Liz.

    Liked by 4 people

  35. Larry G says:

    “I hate next-door dot com.”

    I was on it for about 20 minutes then got off and never looked at it again…a BREEDING ground for Karens! That is where they multiply

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  36. Larry G says:

    A Single Independent Woman’s family reunion…

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  37. I only wear a mask during our Zoom meetings.

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  38. Larry G says:

    Sound advice…

    Liked by 3 people

  39. Larry G says:

    Rah, Rah! Sheeshhhh Boom Baaaaaa!!!!!

    Liked by 1 person

  40. Uncalled for, Larry.

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  41. Larry G says:

    well I thought it would boost morale a bit better than continued beatings have so far

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  42. Liz says:

    a BREEDING ground for Karens! That is where they multiply

    Think I’ll call them Covid Karens for the duration.
    They’ll like that.

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  43. Larry G says:

    “Covid Karens” LOL!

    Liked by 3 people

  44. Larry G says:

    Yo! Covid Karen

    Liked by 3 people

  45. Sumo says:

    Look, I get it that stoopid bitches gonna stoopid bitch, but why the fuck is that stoopid bitch wearing a mask and gloves in her car?

    Liked by 4 people

  46. Farm Boy says:

    Research from investment bank JP Morgan allegedly found coronavirus infection rates decreasing in states that have lifted their lockdown measures.


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  47. Farm Boy says:

    The government’s disease-fighting agency is conflating viral and antibody tests, compromising a few crucial metrics that governors depend on to reopen their economies. Pennsylvania, Georgia, Texas, and other states are doing the same.



  48. Farm Boy says:

    Health Commissioner Howard Zucker’s approach to the coronavirus crisis in nursing homes is even worse than we’d thought: It turns out his Department of Health didn’t even try to track deaths in homes for a full month after the state reported its first fatalities.



  49. Farm Boy says:

    Minnesota nursing homes, already the site of 81% of COVID-19 deaths, continue taking in infected patients



  50. Farm Boy says:

    ‘Bet You Stay Home Now Hypokrits’: Church That Refused To Close During Lockdown Gets Burned Down, Investigated As Arson



  51. h0neyc0mb says:

    Oh Karen ..

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  52. Farm Boy says:

    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention director Dr. Robert Redfield said Wednesday that he supports reopening the country and that he believes states are “ready” to return to more normal operations, albeit with some key changes, including social distancing and contact tracing



  53. h0neyc0mb says:

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  54. Farm Boy says:

    The liberal elite just ignore their unwanted facts. If it does not exist, it cannot contradict


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  55. Larry G says:

    well, I see Black Humor is back! ‘Bout time

    Liked by 2 people

  56. Larry G says:

    Oh shit, was that raccisssist? Maybe Coon Tunes? Blackface Banter?


  57. Especially the gloves. What she’s wears them into each store and then wears them back to her car? And then she’s touching her mask with them? Idiot.

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  58. The next time they want to celebrate our heroes, our first responders, our police officers and fire fighters, consider the fact that they are the first ones who will be laid off by cities and counties. The folks that are out there – the true heroes of this pandemic – our health care workers and nurses – those county health systems that have been ravaged, their budgets have been devastated and depleted their budget depleted – they’re the first ones to be laid off,

    Ummm, you’re gonna lay-off those people first and then keep exactly who on the payroll? Why is it the rest of the country’s problem that California dug a hole, filled it with shit and then dove in head first?

    Kentucky also has problems with its state retirement plan, which is why I will be moving to an actual red state ASAP.

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  59. Liz says:

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  60. Liz says:

    What she’s wears them into each store and then wears them back to her car? And then she’s touching her mask with them? Idiot.

    Did you see this brilliant invention? #Science!

    (version 2.0 will have nose holes for breathing)

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  61. Liz says:

    Okay, I’m off the internet for a while.
    Twitter, next door, and facebook are starting to impact my personality in a bad way.
    Plus I spoke to mom.
    Hope you all have a great day, see you tomorrow. Unless I’m still in a bad mood.

    [Hopefully this place puts you in a bad mood not]

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  62. Ame says:

    my consolation after negative w/my mom is knowing my kids will never, ever know how i feel – then or now or tomorrow. neither will yours. we’ve broken that cycle.

    the best use for next door is local referrals. oh, the pics of animals, too … like the one someone posted of the mama duck and her babies following her – that’s definitely the kinda stuff that should show up on next door 🙂 . oh, okay … i’ll go with crime info – but, please stupid people, report it to the police, first. amazing how stupid people are … “Ummm … someone climbed over my fence and was in my backyard. Should I report that to the police?” … ummm … yeah, but thanks for letting us know, too.

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  63. h0neyc0mb says:

    Better yet ..

    She’s supposed to be focused on driving!

    BITCH .. is endangerin’ our lives!

    Liked by 2 people

  64. Sumo says:

    Now, now, no spreading of lies. Everyone knows that women can’t drive. 😉

    Liked by 10 people

  65. theshadowedknight says:

    Burning down a church? Sounds like we are getting close to a crusade, Deo volente!

    Liked by 4 people

  66. Farm Boy says:

    “Arab Male” Storms the Gate at Corpus Christi Naval Air Station;
    Stopped by His Conscience and a Hail of Bullets, But Mostly the Hail of Bullets


    Liked by 3 people

  67. Farm Boy says:

    Lockdown rules mean people must stay at least 2m (6’6″) apart from each other
    But the science behind the exact measurement is ‘fragile’, expert says
    The World Health Organization recommends a minimum of one metre
    Government adviser said he was told UK ‘doubled it to be on the safe side’


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  68. SFC Ton says:

    The next time they want to celebrate our heroes, our first responders, our police officers and fire fighters, consider the fact that they are the first ones who will be laid off by cities and counties.

    That’s a common scare tactic designed to scare voters into approving higher taxes/ more taxes

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  69. Farm Boy says:

    When you have lost the Guardian…

    Andrew Cuomo is no hero. He’s to blame for New York’s coronavirus catastrophe. His record was terrible before coronavirus, but his abysmal handling of the crisis should get him thrown out of office


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  70. Farm Boy says:

    First world problems

    he’s concerned that the company has a “race problem” and that its mostly white instructors are pigeonholing rap and hip-hop artists and appropriating language more typically associated with black culture in order to encourage Peloton’s mostly white consumer base.


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  71. Farm Boy says:

    This person really, really wants to be Vice President.

    Apparently it is a problem that illegals can’t vote for someone to represent them


  72. b g says:


    [The Great White North it is ,eh?]

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  73. Farm Boy says:

    MIchigan Governor Begs Residents Not To Travel To Their Summer Homes Then Travels To Her Summer Home…


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  74. Farm Boy says:

    Philadelphia Democratic Party Official Pleads Guilty to Stuffing Ballot Boxes in Election. “Demuro further admitted that a local political consultant gave him directions and paid him money to add votes for candidates supported by the consultant…”


    Liked by 1 person

  75. Farm Boy says:

    A business opportunity for Liz or Larry?

    A team of Canadian scientists believes it has found strong strains of cannabis that could help prevent and then treat coronavirus infections, according to interviews and a study.


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  76. Farm Boy says:

    PORTLAND, OR—A leading New Testament scholar working at Unified Unity Divinity School has published a paper criticizing Jesus for a lack of diversity among the apostles He chose in the gospel accounts.


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  77. Farm Boy says:

    YouTube on Wednesday reinstated a video it has previously censored in which several medical doctors suggested that the drug hydroxychloroquine might be useful in treating coronavirus, with the company reportedly claiming at the time of censorship that the presentation was “dangerous.”

    The video report, presented by Sharyl Attkisson at Full Measure News, examined the possible benefits of hydroxychloroquine as a treatment for COVID-19 and the possible financial interest some parties have in downplaying the drug and promoting a separate treatment called remdesivir.


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  78. Farm Boy says:

    “Shutting down entire states, including vast uninfected rural swaths, is the economic equivalent of burning witches or sacrificing virgins to appease angry viral gods. Because politicians have no liability for the economic damage they inflict, they have no incentive to minimize the disruptions they decree. . . . Even New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, who callously compelled nursing homes to accept COVID patients, will have no legal culpability for a policy that contributed to more than 5,000 nursing home deaths in his state. Pennsylvania Health Czar Rachel Levine issued a similar order, contributing to thousands of nursing home deaths, and then removed her own 95-year-old mother from a nursing home to keep her safe.”


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  79. Yep, which actually failed the last time they tried it in Louseyville. Mayor was wearing his “shocked face” for weeks.

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  80. Related:

    [Which Governor this was?]

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  81. Farm Boy says:

    Probably about 10% of cases lead to 80% of the spread.
    —Adam Kucharski, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine

    Timing also plays a role. Emerging evidence suggests COVID-19 patients are most infectious for a short period of time. Entering a high-risk setting in that period may touch off a superspreading event, Kucharski says; “Two days later, that person could behave in the same way and you wouldn’t see the same outcome



  82. Ame says:

    today was a food prep day – i buy in bulk and repackage.
    21 hamburgers approx 1/3 pound each.
    120 meatballs.
    4 meatloafs (baked, sliced, and 3 frozen; one was dinner and lunch for tomorrow).
    20 pounds of carrots peeled, sliced, and stored in multiple freezer bags.

    Tuesday was also a food prep day:
    4 whole chickens, baked, deboned, and frozen.
    4-5 large zip bags each of fresh broccoli and cauliflower, cleaned, cut up, and frozen (i usually buy organic frozen, but they were out, so fresh it was).
    stock started and finished on Wednesday – 12 cups of homemade stock – i freeze in 2 cup portions 🙂

    my bff’s Mama would say, “A meal in the freezer is like money in the bank.”

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  83. Farm Boy says:

    But lost amid the adulation has been one troubling fact. It was an order from Cuomo’s Department of Health—backed up in public by the governor—that was directly responsible for a large share of the massive death rate in facilities that cater to the elderly. The March 25 order handed down by Cuomo’s Health Department mandating that those recovering from the illness could not be rejected by nursing homes set in motion the events that inflated the state’s death COVID-19 death tolls.

    The implication of this rule, which was apparently strictly enforced, was that facilities had no choice but to admit carriers of the contagion. The results of this blunder were as brutal as they were predictable.


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  84. Farm Boy says:

    I am starting to get scared of “science”.

    Not the scientific method that I grew up with of hypothesis, proof, and conclusion. But this strange and questionable “science” upon which public policies are now getting based. It is starting to remind me all too much of other policies based on “science” in the past. Historically, when public policies have been based in the science of the time, the policies have often led to dangerous and painful results.


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  85. Farm Boy says:

    After reading the guidelines and suggestions, I have to ask: has ANYONE at the CDC ever MET a child??? These guidelines – which are apparently being tossed to the states by the CDC as they say “so long, and thanks for all the fish!” – are designed to make school a socially-distanced nightmare.

    Recess at the elementary level now sounds like it will consist of everyone marching in a circle, masks on, six feet apart, and no touching the playground equipment or talking to friends or… PLAYING.


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  86. Stephanie says:

    LOL Liz, the nextdoor site has always been like that just in different ways.

    Remember I posted about the craziness of neighbors back at blooms maybe two years age. It’s set up for that kind of behavior.

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  87. Stephanie says:

    Larry my husband is the same way concerning that site. Things like that make women love their men even more 😍😍😍🌋

    [Lots of Larry’s around here there are]

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  88. Stephanie says:

    I saw that about the husband of the governor.

    Poetic justice at its finest!!

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  89. Stephanie says:

    Your meal preps are always amazing!!!

    Liked by 1 person

  90. Farm Boy says:

    The state health department failed to show that Karl Manke’s shop was a specific threat to public health, Shiawassee County Judge Matthew Stewart said


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  91. Farm Boy says:

    How Florida’s nursing home strategy spared it widespread deaths seen in NY, NJ. As New York and Pennsylvania put coronavirus patients in nursing homes, Florida kept them in the hospitals


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  92. Liz says:

    [Expect them all to have “anime eyes” I do ]

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  93. Liz says:

    A team of Canadian scientists believes it has found strong strains of cannabis that could help prevent and then treat coronavirus infections

    Heh, I have a (weird, mental) friend I’ve known since a few assignments ago. Her husband flew the Osprey in the military, now flies for American. She was a nurse, became addicted to opiates (started for pain management). At any rate, when I knew them in Florida she was obese and opiate addicted. She moved to CO to smoke pot. I thought she’d turn into a pot smoking whale on the couch. But no! She lost sixty pounds, and got off most of her medication. Improved her marriage a great deal. She’s still a shopping addict and mentally disturbed, but it’s easier to put up with from a skinny woman than a fat ass.
    I don’t smoke, but I did start using CBD oil (topically). My back pain is gone! Sleeping better!

    [So an “essential oil” it would be]

    Is there nothing meowy jane can’t do?!?
    It solves all our problems.
    It’s like the Tolkien eagles!

    Disclaimer: I am neither drunk nor high. Just having fun.

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  94. NYC is cancer on the rest of the country (and the world). Couldn’t die fast enough.

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  95. What are they going to do at the 6-8 hour school-after-school programs?

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  96. Larry G says:

    hmmmmm….something toxic must be in the Michigan drinking water that turns normal human females into insane raging cunts….Congress better launch an investigation

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  97. “A team of Canadian scientists believes it has found strong strains of cannabis that could help prevent and then treat coronavirus infections”

    Yeah, man, like it totally makes germs get totally mellow and like not aggressive at all, eh. Right, Dave. Dave? Dave?

    Oh, Dave’s not here, eh.

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  98. Larry G says:

    “Yeah, man, like it totally makes germs get totally mellow and like not aggressive at all, eh. Right, Dave. Dave? Dave?”

    and gives them a case of the serious munchies

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  99. Liz says:

    What are they going to do at the 6-8 hour school-after-school programs?

    I was wondering about that too.
    As though being a kid in the ROK could be any worse…

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  100. Larry G says:

    “[Lots of Larry’s around here there are]”

    Here now. What is this crap? Cloned I am not, original I am. If there are other Larrys around here it is a conspiracy to tarnish my illustrious reputation and good name.

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  101. Larry G says:

    [Shows that still have it I do]

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  102. Liz says:

    From elsewhere…
    As Cleary would say: “beauty prevents intelligence.”

    …in Minnesota.

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  103. Larry G says:

    To take your mind off the China Plague and other nasty shit for a few minutes,,,

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  104. Farm Boy says:

    I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but Atlanta is not burning. Bodies are not piled up in the streets. Hospitals in Georgia are not being overwhelmed; in fact, they are virtually empty. There is no mad rush for ventilators (remember those?). Instead, men, women, and children in the Peach State are returning to some semblance of normal life: working outside their homes, going to restaurants and bars, getting haircuts, exercising, and most important, spending time with their friends and families and worshipping God. The opening that began more than three weeks ago is continuing apace.

    Oh, my apologies, you were waiting for bad news? Sorry, I forgot, we were actually not supposed to be rooting for the virus. Despite the apparent relish behind headlines like “Georgia’s Experiment in Human Sacrifice,” one assumes that most Americans, even the ones most committed to omnidirectional prophecies of doom, were actually hoping this would happen. While it really is a shame that we do not get to gloat about the cravenness and stupidity of yet another GOP politician, I think on balance most of us will be glad to hear that Gov. Brian Kemp was not badly wrong here.


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  105. Farm Boy says:

    “On Friday, China said it wouldn’t be setting a target for economic growth for this year. That’s unprecedented – the Chinese government hasn’t done this since it began publishing such goals in 1990.”


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  106. Farm Boy says:

    Here’s the interesting part. It appears Democrats “report less happiness and more worry and loneliness than do Republicans,” and married people “are happier, worry less, and are less lonely than those who are single and divorced.”

    At least to me, this isn’t the least bit surprising. In my experience, married people and conservatives have a much more positive attitude about life and love than do single people and Democrats.


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  107. Farm Boy says:

    Biden: ‘If you have a problem figuring out whether you’re for me or Trump, then you ain’t black’



  108. Farm Boy says:

    The UK’s dissertation season continues to provide deep lulz followed by depressing realisation.

    I present to you some of the best dissertations to be released this week.

    #1: Do I need a dick to be a male artist?

    — Mencius Moldbugman (@moldbugman) May 18, 2020


  109. Farm Boy says:

    More significant is the dysfunctions in the West’s relationship with China. Like the formation of the EU, bringing China and its totalitarian communist regime into the World Trade Organization was a milestone in the expansion and consolidation of the New World Order. China’s role in the pandemic, particularly in obscuring the origins, scope, and infectability of the outbreak, and in attempting to blame it on the U.S., confirmed what more than 25 years of its bad behavior should have taught us: an illiberal, culturally different country ruled by ruthless autocrats cannot be trusted to abide by the terms of an institution based on principles and values it does not share.



  110. Farm Boy says:

    DeSantis: Our data is available; our data is transparent. In fact, Dr. [Deborah] Birx has talked multiple times about how Florida has the absolute best data. So any insinuation otherwise is just typical partisan narrative trying to be spun, and part of the reason is that because you got a lot of people in your profession who waxed poetically for weeks and weeks about how Florida was going to be just like New York. “Wait two weeks, Florida’s going to be next!” “Just like Italy. Wait two weeks!”

    Well, hell, we’re eight weeks away from that, and it hasn’t happened. Not only do we have a lower death rate — well, we have way lower deaths generally — we have a lower death rate than the Acela corridor, D.C., everyone up there. We have a lower rate than the Midwest: Illinois, Michigan, Indiana, Ohio. But even in our region: Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Florida has the lower death rate, and I was the number one landing spot from tens of thousands of people leaving the number one hot zone in the world to come to my state.

    So we’ve succeeded, and I think that people just don’t want to recognize it because it challenges their narrative; it challenges their assumption, so they gotta try to find a bogeyman; maybe its that there are black helicopters circling the Department of Health. If you believe that, I got a bridge in Brooklyn I’d like to sell you.



  111. Liz says:

    Biden: ‘If you have a problem figuring out whether you’re for me or Trump, then you ain’t black’

    That’s like something they’d write in a skit for the Office. 😆

    [But actually believe it they do]

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  112. But Michael Scott has to say it using his best Amos and Andy impression. And he has to say it to a black person, preferably a female from corporate with no prior knowledge of the “Michael Scott Experience”.

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  113. Pretty sure that guy, just said “Give it another two weeks” and went back to probing himself with a toilet brush handle..


  114. Liz says:

    Mike is on a trip. He stopped in Austin last night and actually got to eat at the hotel restaurant! 🤗 woohoo! First the Charmin is back in stores, now some restaurants are opening.
    Life is getting better.
    Going to go get some sun now…supposed to snow on Sunday.

    (conversation I just had with our wee one.
    He is six two and growing…
    me: “Hi my Preciousness!”
    “Yeah, ma. They call me that at school too. ‘They say, ‘Hey mr preciousness’. I go (raises chin) ‘Sup'”


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  115. Liz says:

    The boys are panning for gold now in a little stream by the house.

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  116. b g says:


    Do they have ridged pans…makes it a whole bunch easier. In case you wanted to impress them more ;-D

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  117. Ame says:

    Thank you, Stephanie. This extreme will end when work goes back to “normal,” however I usually always do some form of prep/cook once, eat twice (or multiple times). It’s sanity for me 😀

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  118. SFC Ton says:

    If there is a limit on Wahoo we would have caught it.

    I actually got bore of landing them

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  119. Cheque d'Out says:

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  120. Ame says:

    3h ago
    Mike is on a trip. He stopped in Austin last night and actually got to eat at the hotel restaurant! 🤗 woohoo! First the Charmin is back in stores, now some restaurants are opening.
    Life is getting better.
    Going to go get some sun now…supposed to snow on Sunday.

    (conversation I just had with our wee one.
    He is six two and growing…
    me: “Hi my Preciousness!”
    “Yeah, ma. They call me that at school too. ‘They say, ‘Hey mr preciousness’. I go (raises chin) ‘Sup’”

    that’s … awesome 🙂

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  121. Liz says:

    Hope it was obvious it was his joke. 😆
    Kind of funny this ginormous kid with a deep baritone voice, saying, “yeah ma they call me mister precious” that’s hard to duplicate online.

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  122. Liz says:

    How do you cook the wahoo, Ton?


  123. Ame says:

    Yes, it was, and that’s what made it so awesome 💖

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  124. Liz says:

    That majestic animal’s name is Squee.
    That’s right.

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  125. Ame says:

    that Robin Williams skit on golf is so hilarious!!!

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  126. Farm Boy says:

    Biden: ‘If You Don’t Let Me Sniff Your Hair, You Ain’t A Woman’


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  127. Farm Boy says:

    The University of California board of regents voted Thursday to stop using the SAT and ACT college admissions exams, reshaping college admissions in one of the largest and most prestigious university systems in the country



  128. Farm Boy says:

    Here’s one way that whites are privileged: we can be for Republican candidates, and we can be for Democratic candidates, and though we may be harshly criticized by other white people for our politics, nobody will call us race traitors over it.


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  129. Farm Boy says:

    Perhaps the most troubling – and dangerous – aspect of the current political conversation is the unwillingness of virtually every elected official and every media pundit to confront what “Obamagate” is obviously about, which is treason. Specifically, treason committed by the Obama White House in attempting to block and then overthrow the Trump presidency.


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  130. Cheque d'Out says:

    To be fair

    The Bliar and Brown regimes did much the same here 1997-2010. But the toreez lacked the spine to do anything about it (from 2010 onwards). So as slow as TGE has been at removing the scummers, he’s at least been doing it.

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  131. Farm Boy says:

    suggesting that they all consider the answers to her questions over the holiday weekend. “Maybe you’re visual learners and you guys will follow up with journalistic curiosity,” she added.

    Her questions were as follows:

    Why did the Obama administration use opposition research, funded by a political organization and filled with foreign dirt, to spy on members of the Trump campaign?

    Why was Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn unmasked by Obama’s chief of staff, Joe Biden, Susan Rice, and others?

    Why was Flynn’s identity leaked — a criminal act — to the press?

    Why did the DOJ learn about the FBI’s interest in Flynn’s conversations with the Russian Amb. from a conversation with Obama in the Oval Office?

    Why did James Clapper, John Brennan, Samantha Power and Susan Rice privately admit under oath that they had no evidence of collusion while saying the opposite publicly?

    suggesting that they all consider the answers to her questions over the holiday weekend. “Maybe you’re visual learners and you guys will follow up with journalistic curiosity,” she added.


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  132. Thank you for the warning Liz never to go on next-door.com. My neighbors are probably complaining about me anyway LOL. I saw a very similar post to what you described on Facebook though and other commenters actually called the person out for not saying something at the time but jumping on social media and complaining about it. So maybe the shut down is going to work out for society in some weird way. People just seem to be over the BS.

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  133. SFC Ton says:

    Foil packet

    I’m not real imaginative when it comes to cooking fish despite eating it almost every day

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