Touching A Nerve


It does seem that Karen-mania has struck the world.  There are lots of memes, lots of jokes, lots of everything.  What might this be evidence of?  I will give you a second to think about it.

Perhaps it is because lots of people (perhaps especially fellas) just don’t like Karens, not one little bit.  Perhaps they are sometimes forced to tolerate them, leading to frustrations.  Memes and jokes are a small measure of revenge.

So what make Karens so unlikable?  They are not feminine in any meaningful way.  Guys don’t like that.   They have a societal installed force field to shield them from the repercussions of their arrogance.

Is it any wonder that the concept took off?  Now one can vent frustrations via something harmless and clearly to the point.

Exit question — What is the next “Karen”?

Bonus Exit Question — Do Karens comprehend why?

Addendum by Deti:

It does seem that Karen-mania has struck the world. There are lots of memes, lots of jokes, lots of everything. What might this be evidence of? I will give you a second to think about it.

To me it’s evidence that people are sick to death of nosy, obnoxious, meddling busybodies who have nothing to do because the PTA isn’t meeting for the summer and the Junior League can’t meet because of Covid and George Floyd. It’s evidence that people have had it up to here with Karen.

Perhaps it is because lots of people (perhaps especially fellas) just don’t like Karens, not one little bit.

Duh.

Perhaps they are sometimes forced to tolerate them, leading to frustrations.

That’s quickly coming to an end too. People, men and women alike, have had it with Karen. Really.

So what make Karens so unlikable? They are not feminine in any meaningful way. Guys don’t like that. They have a societal installed force field to shield them from the repercussions of their arrogance.

You’re answering your own question. People also don’t like Karens because everyone knows a Karen and are sick of them. People don’t like Karens because they talk and complain and yet do nothing about their complaints. Other than demanding that men, police, government, the military, someone, anyone, do something about it, whatever “it” is. People don’t like Karens because they see Karen in themselves, too – whiny foot stomping complaint. Inaction, inertia. inability to take action, or even to figure out what action should be taken. Demands that men take care of them.

Exit question — What is the next “Karen”?

I dunno. Could be:

The Unmarried, Uneducated Karen (Big Red being a perfect example. She would probably be called Cassidy or Cassy)

The Karen In Training – on the Carousel, in college or working. Not yet married. From upper middle class to upperclass in status. Call her Whitney or Taylor.

The Limp Wristed Soyboy Antifa.

The “Tough Guy” Antifa who runs from people defending their homes and businesses as in Yucaipa, CA

The Shaniqua (the black Karen)

The Raymond (after Ray Barone from Everybody Loves Raymond: The whining, wheedling, sniveling bumbling but well meaning married father)

The Tough Guy/Gal SJW

The man who demands “Kneel and Apologize for Your White Privilege”

The Kneeler and Apologist for Alleged White Privilege

Anybody’s guess, really.

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246 comments on “Touching A Nerve
  1. h0neyc0mb says:

    “I’d like to bark at your manager” ..

    Liked by 6 people

  2. horsemanbombadil says:

    Great one from Fish.

    The question is valid. After you have been alone for a while, get comfortable with yourself, become stressfree. You become more self assured, confident in your own skin. And so attractive.

    But at the same time you a) see thru the games, b) start to balance anything (woman, job, anything) against the life you have, and c) the idea of why bother to try something new when what you have is good.

    So the longer someone goes in their own world are they unchangeable.

    E.g. After two decades in the country I would never live in a metro area. After three years working alone I will never work in a company.

    Exit question. If this is true does anyone see the danger in letting men alone into their thirties to become comfortable in their simple lives. No need for woman, career, consumption.

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  3. h0neyc0mb says:

    And of course ..

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  4. horsemanbombadil says:

    It is now illegal in Britian to date
    https://www.dailywire.com/news/uk-cracks-down-declares-sex-with-individuals-from-outside-your-household-illegal-amid-coronavirus-pandemic?%3Futm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=dwtwitter

    “At 11:30 am on Monday, a change to the law was introduced that bans two people from different households in England gathering in an indoor, private place during the coronavirus lockdown,” the outlet reported, adding that the new amendment to the government’s “Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restrictions) Bill” bans any “gathering which takes place in a public or private place indoors, and consists of two or more persons,” where there is no “reasonable excuse.”

    The bill adds that “No person may, without reasonable excuse, stay overnight at any place other than the place where they are living

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  5. horsemanbombadil says:

    Sorry unmarried mother of three, I would love to hookup and move in and support you forever but hey, the Law Is The Law.

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  6. horsemanbombadil says:

    Even worse for divorcee Karens, no the manager won’t continue girls night at your place.

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  7. horsemanbombadil says:

    Karens karen because no one’s carin.

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  8. Being single for too long makes women undateable and make men not want to date.

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  9. Liz says:

    Hygiene theater Karen’s next neogenesis is protest theater.
    Just saw a few today…their children (masked of course) brandishing signs on the street corner with “racial equality now!” “stop the hate!” and so forth.
    I’m looking forward to perusing Next-door dot com and seeing who can virtue signal hardest.

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  10. Liz says:

    Next door dot com never disappoints.
    sixty “likes” for the first person who posted how proud she is of all those children waving signs in Evergreen this afternoon.

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  11. Liz says:

    😆 I just told our youngest the Evergreen kids were protesting.
    His response:
    “In Evergreen? They’ve probably never seen a black person”

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  12. Suggest someone to start a petition to change Evergreen to something like Rainbow Village or maybe Wakanda-ville.

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  13. Farm Boy says:

    Worst mayor ever

    A Rare New York City Moment Of Unity- Citizens Agree: ‘DeBlasio RESIGN’

    https://lidblog.com/deblasio-resign/

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  14. thedeti says:

    It does seem that Karen-mania has struck the world. There are lots of memes, lots of jokes, lots of everything. What might this be evidence of? I will give you a second to think about it.

    To me it’s evidence that people are sick to death of nosy, obnoxious, meddling busybodies who have nothing to do because the PTA isn’t meeting for the summer and the Junior League can’t meet because of Covid and George Floyd. It’s evidence that people have had it up to here with Karen.

    Perhaps it is because lots of people (perhaps especially fellas) just don’t like Karens, not one little bit.

    Duh.

    Perhaps they are sometimes forced to tolerate them, leading to frustrations.

    That’s quickly coming to an end too. People, men and women alike, have had it with Karen. Really.

    So what make Karens so unlikable? They are not feminine in any meaningful way. Guys don’t like that. They have a societal installed force field to shield them from the repercussions of their arrogance.

    You’re answering your own question. People also don’t like Karens because everyone knows a Karen and are sick of them. People don’t like Karens because they talk and complain and yet do nothing about their complaints. Other than demanding that men, police, government, the military, someone, anyone, do something about it, whatever “it” is. People don’t like Karens because they see Karen in themselves, too – whiny foot stomping complaint. Inaction, inertia. inability to take action, or even to figure out what action should be taken. Demands that men take care of them.

    Exit question — What is the next “Karen”?

    I dunno. Could be:

    The Unmarried, Uneducated Karen (Big Red being a perfect example. She would probably be called Cassidy or Cassy)

    The Karen In Training – on the Carousel, in college or working. Not yet married. From upper middle class to upperclass in status. Call her Whitney or Taylor.

    The Limp Wristed Soyboy Antifa.

    The “Tough Guy” Antifa who runs from people defending their homes and businesses as in Yucaipa, CA

    The Shaniqua (the black Karen)

    The Raymond (after Ray Barone from Everybody Loves Raymond: The whining, wheedling, sniveling bumbling but well meaning married father)

    The Tough Guy/Gal SJW

    The man who demands “Kneel and Apologize for Your White Privilege”

    The Kneeler and Apologist for Alleged White Privilege

    Anybody’s guess, really.

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  15. karennextdoor.com and nextdoorkaren.com are both available if anyone is interested…

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  16. shutupbitch.com and .net both taken, dammit.

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  17. Farm Boy says:

    Autopsy report shows Floyd had tested positive for COVID-19

    https://apnews.com/82b8119dd8e753494f755a186f5720b9

    Clearly this is what he died of. Everybody can stop rioting now

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  18. Larry G says:

    I am hopeful that the senseless nincompoops who are demonstrating, sniveling and destroying property in the riots all catch a nice dose of the China Plague and a good many of them croak. These silly shit-for-brains (the well tanned and palefaces both) need to be culled out of the human gene pool permanently.

    White privilege? You bet your ass I have white (and male patriarchal) privilege, and no rabid coon can take that away. The biggest mistake in history was freeing these man-apes, we have been paying the price for Dipshit Lincoln’s little stunt since that time.

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  19. theshadowedknight says:

    Fucking Mattis talking shit about “muh divisive responses” in the news. I have never been more ashamed of being a Marine. He brings dishonor to the uniform by abandoning all the people he swore to protect, and to the *very people* from whom he swore to protect them. What a fucking coward, trying to get the left to pat him on the head and be a good boy.

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  20. theshadowedknight says:

    On topic, the Karen meme is a way to respond to uncontrolled female misbehavior. It is how you describe it without being attacked as a misogynist. Karen behavior is how women behave when no one owns them.

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  21. Farm Boy says:

    Recently, the Karen meme has seen the rounds on social media and it has hit the mark pretty well.

    Now we’re observing another archetype of modern wimminhood, a Katie!

    A Katie is a woman who has wasted her youth, beauty and fertility chasing after the feminist life script, who then pulls out all the stops to achieve her goal of bearing a child using only one of her last three eggs.

    https://sigmaframe.wordpress.com/2020/06/03/introducing-katie-and-the-future-of-human-mating/

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  22. SFC Ton says:

    just told our youngest the Evergreen kids were protesting.
    His response:
    “In Evergreen? They’ve probably never seen a black person”
    ………

    Makes it sound like heaven on earth

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  23. SFC Ton says:

    All generals but one are hugely progressive

    Why fuckers csnt understand that is beyond me.

    That must def goes for good ol mad dog there

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  24. Is your average college kid smarter than a bird?

    I doubt it.

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  25. Was it a general or admiral that said having multiple skin colors of band-aids was “combat mission critical”?

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  26. Liz says:

    Was it a general or admiral that said having multiple skin colors of band-aids was “combat mission critical”?

    Probably.

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  27. Liz says:

    My hometown:
    https://www.miamiherald.com/news/state/florida/article190296784.html

    (this was taken a few year back, but you get the idea)

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  28. Liz says:

    I guess it was just a year and a half ago (seems longer).
    That kid is gonna turn out great.

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  29. In the late 70’s, for some reason, my mom took us down to Miami (in July) to meet some of our still living-in-Europe relatives over for a U.S. vacation. All I remember is that it was too effing hot to go outside side, even to the beach, between 1100 and 1800, so we got to watch a lot of Flipper reruns during the day. Also, every other restaurant was a Jewish deli.

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  30. b g says:

    LOL, Liz worried about the guys getting “gritty” ;-D

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  31. b g says:

    Up early because the pooch woke me up to loudly warn me that the doe was in the driveway eating the flowers. She did eat the only rose that had flowered but hey she was hungry, she had obviously just had a fawn or more likely twins again. That’s about as exiting is as things get on this street. Time for breakfast ;-D

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  32. Liz says:

    In the late 70’s, for some reason, my mom took us down to Miami (in July) to meet some of our still living-in-Europe relatives over for a U.S. vacation. All I remember is that it was too effing hot to go outside side, even to the beach, between 1100 and 1800, so we got to watch a lot of Flipper reruns during the day. Also, every other restaurant was a Jewish deli.

    Heh, Mike was raised in Miami. This was a mall in Ft Myers (the one I learned my first baby steps in, because it was air conditioned we spent some time there).
    Miami is even worse.
    If you send your kids to a school in Miami you’re just hoping they pick the right gag.

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  33. https://www.thepiratescove.us/2020/06/04/it-begins-los-angeles-to-reinvest-up-to-150-million-from-lapd-budget-to-communities-of-color/


    In all, Mayor Eric Garcetti pledged that the city would “identify $250 million in cuts so we can invest in jobs, in health, in education and in healing,” especially in the city’s black community “as well as communities of color and women and people who have been left behind.” …

    Eileen Decker, president of the Los Angeles Police Commission, said that effort includes identifying $100 million to $150 million in cuts from the Police Department — something City Council President Nury Martinez and other council members had called for earlier in the day. The LAPD’s total annual budget is $1.86 billion.

    Wow, almost $2 billion annual budget just for cops?

    Anywho, I wonder how long a period of relative quiet the ransom will buy them.

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  34. RichardP says:

    …the city would “identify $250 million in cuts so we can invest in …

    The city did something similar after the Rodney King riots. If that “investing” works, why are we having to do it all over again?

    It really isn’t investing. As was stated above, it is ransom money.

    Set the money give-away program up so that only single mothers will qualify, and you create a perverse incentive for fathers to be eliminated from the mix. Mothers cannot teach testosterone-fueled boys to become responsible adult men. So the cycle keeps repeating itself as each new generation of boys turn into hoodlums.

    It’s almost as if the holders of the money purse are doing this on purpose.

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  35. Farm Boy says:

    I take a different view. I know how violent rioting, and that’s what we’ve been seeing, despite media attempts at hiding it, can destroy a city and ruin the lives of its residents. In the summer of 1967, I was an intern in the office of the mayor of Detroit when the city suffered a six-day riot in which 43 people died. I was at the mayor’s side in the so-called command center as radio calls came soon after nightfall. Police were abandoning 1 square mile after another.

    The riot finally ended after some 12,000 federal and federalized national guard troops restored order. But most of Detroit has still never fully recovered. You can still see the abandoned commercial structures and the residential streets with burned-out houses and hauntingly empty lots.

    Downtown and adjacent areas have enjoyed a revival, which I hope will continue. But the lesson is clear. Violent riots destroy people’s willingness to invest their lives and money in a city. Those most harmed are those who start off the most disadvantaged. Violence and crime are a confiscatory tax on what people would otherwise earn and accumulate over a lifetime.

    https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/opinion/as-in-the-1960s-violent-rioting-hurts-the-most-disadvantaged

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  36. Farm Boy says:

    There’s an interesting article in the Guardian today exposing the small company behind a Lancet-published study from late May that claimed people with COVID-19 had a higher risk of death from hydroxychloroquine. It turns out that the Guardian found some very questionable information about the company, leading some to believe that the study is a fake.

    https://newsthud.com/that-lancet-study-that-had-everyone-dumping-on-hydroxychloroquine-for-covid-19-sounds-like-it-was-faked/

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  37. Farm Boy says:

    LEGO Requests Affiliates Pull Marketing For Police, Fire Play Sets Following George Floyd’s Death, Report Says

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/lego-requests-affiliates-pull-mareketing-for-police-fire-play-sets-following-george-floyds-death-report-says

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  38. Farm Boy says:

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  39. Farm Boy says:

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  40. Ummm, shut up, bitch.

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  41. I hadn’t been taking my “lunchbox” on every trip in my truck as I make sure to avoid possible “food deserts”, but I now have my “lunchbox” with me every time I leave the neighborhood. It’s funny how very reassuring having your “lunchbox” with you can be.

    My preferred “picnic area” is open again, and I’ll be taking my boys for “lunchbox” practice Saturday.

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  42. Gunner Q says:

    “Practice things like an eye gouge. It takes very little pressure to injure someone’s eyes.”

    Last time I heard that advice was watching a womens’ self-defense class, “how to buy yourself enough time to run away”.

    “It’s not boxing, it’s not kickboxing, it’s like destroying your enemy.”

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  43. Sumo says:

    My preferred “picnic area” is open again

    I went for a “picnic” last week. Was going to go for another one today, but it’s about an hour drive to get to the “picnic area”, and thunderstorms are expected this afternoon.

    Sadly, the indoor “picnic facility” isn’t supposed to be open for another 3 weeks or so.

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  44. That is sad. Time to practice knife throwing! Chefs have lots of knives, right?

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  45. That guy looks more like Moe than Moe did, but no one out-stooges the original Curly.

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  46. Liz says:

    Next door dot com sucks.
    I had to give someone the whatfor.
    Mike is not pleased.
    I had to.
    I was extremely gracious. Mostly.
    I just can’t stand the hypocrisy of someone calling for community “kindness and respect” turning around a blaming the violence on Trump and his supporters,
    …then digging into their pocket to find the photo of their one black acquaintance to virtue signal to their friends “I know this guy! Look! I know one black person. We’re close. Did I mention I know a black person?”
    It’s like something out of black mirror.
    Seriously I feel like I’m surrounded by zombies.

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  47. SFC Ton says:

    There isn’t any investing in diversity. Lestwise not since 13th amendment

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  48. SFC Ton says:

    I like Milwaukee tools but that sheriff is to liberal for me

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  49. Sumo says:

    I picked up that particular hobby when I was 14. 😉

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  50. Gunner Q says:

    “Time to practice knife throwing! Chefs have lots of knives, right?”

    Ugh, I hate knives. They make people bleed and in urban California, you don’t want to touch other people’s blood. Especially the ones who deserved whatever might have been the reason they happen to be leaking in front of you.

    Ye Olde PR-24 for me. Self defense AND social distancing in one simple package!

    https://external-content.duckduckgo.com/iu/?u=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.selfdefensegearco.com%2FImages%2FCuttingEdgeProducts%2Flarge_967_SWBAR9Rhand_F.jpg&f=1&nofb=1

    Order yours today!

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  51. Police chiefs are politicians first or they couldn’t get the job.

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  52. Gunner Q says:

    Ugh, try again:

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  53. SFC Ton says:

    There is a lot of lunchbox practice to be had in Richmond

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  54. SFC Ton says:

    The moral cowardice ofnntge rank and file pig was on full display last weekend

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  55. Larry G says:

    “That is sad. Time to practice knife throwing! Chefs have lots of knives, right?”

    If you are bored, practice your booby-trap building skills….nothing like a well constructed punji stick pit to ruin an intruders day

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  56. We made some “shuriken” out of some sheet metal when we were kids, but they were pretty terrible. Now, the blowgun this one kid made out of a wall-mounted flag pole and a smaller nail really worked surprisingly well. He taped some fluffy stuff to the nail to catch the air and he could get the nail to stick in a pine board from 15 feet away.

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  57. Ame says:

    Seen and thought the exact same thing, Liz!

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  58. Should’ve picked our own cotton and tobacco.

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  59. Sumo says:

    That’s not a PR-24, Gunner.

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  60. SFC Ton says:

    Should have never entered into a poltical union with yankees

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  61. Ame says:

    It’s been said that if you fly into the country to Miami that you’re not in the US till you fly out.

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  62. SFC Ton says:

    The stakes should be shorter, letting the victim fall futher and develop more momentum before impalment

    There should be some on the sides face downward to rip the leg for when they try to jerk their leg out of there

    And I don’t see any poo on the spikes

    Give them a C

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  63. SFC Ton says:

    There are way to many places in the usa where Spanish is the primary language

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  64. Larry G says:

    totally agree, needs some improvements in the pic…..but you know “practice makes perfect”

    “The stakes should be shorter, letting the victim fall futher and develop more momentum before impalment

    There should be some on the sides face downward to rip the leg for when they try to jerk their leg out of there

    And I don’t see any poo on the spikes”

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  65. Larry G says:

    my favorite for urban AD is pieces of plywood with 16p nails sticking up, lightly camouflaged with dried leaves…portable, effective and reusable

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  66. Some people don’t like knives, but digging holes means shovels, and man I HATE shovels.

    Now, I do like a nice clean hoe.

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  67. Larry G says:

    one nasty variation of the punji pit is having a second smaller one dug to one side of the big one, that way any damn fool who comes running to assist gets it too…a 2fer!

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  68. Larry G says:

    aaand the ever popular AD “Trail Mine”

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  69. SFC Ton says:

    I do like toe poppers and shoe shine mines

    M16’s are my all time favorite for the back side of an ambush but nothing is more versatile them M18’s. Nothing kicks off an ambush like a couple of claymores and nothing is funnier then when the claymores chase them into the bouncing bettys

    I use to dream about using arty to push some fuckers into a minefield but that’s not how things are done these days

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  70. Larry G says:

    LOL! Jeez man, these little useless snowflakes sniveling and tearing shit up…”Front Toward Enemy”. These little assholes think the are declaring “war” have no fucking idea what they will get

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  71. Larry G says:

    Talk to you all later. Ammo just arrived and needs sorting and storing

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  72. SFC Ton says:

    At this point I have to assume 98% of White americans are ok with their own genocide

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  73. horsemanbombadil says:

    http://www.citypages.com/news/minneapolis-city-council-members-consider-disbanding-the-police/570993291

    Disband police and replace with non violent community outreach system.
    So be good boys m’kay?

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  74. horsemanbombadil says:

    M’kay. Mogadishu Minnesota.

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  75. Ame says:

    drove past some protesters. had to wait at a red light. one sign: “Legalize blackness.” seriously?!!! Aspie-Girl said, “Mom, you couldn’t drive past them fast enough; I was losing brain cells just by being that close!”

    and most of the protesters were young, lily white chicks, who will never have to work and have time to bounce on their toes holding signs that mean absolutely nothing to them.

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  76. Ame says:

    do not move to minnesota. i imagine a grand exodus.

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  77. Ame says:

    At this point I have to assume 98% of White americans are ok with their own genocide

    they don’t see it that way … they see it as ‘love everybody.’

    took away ‘right’ and ‘wrong.’ devalued any kind of morality. they’re deluded and blind and believe anything and everything that feels good at the moment. till it’s too late. but then, it will be too late.

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  78. Ame says:

    do they really think that people driving by will read their signs and have a life-changing epiphany?!

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  79. Ame says:

    these people need a life … they need to know what it’s like to live in a world where if you don’t work, you don’t eat, and there’s no back-up for failure – only hunger.

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  80. Larry G says:

    The warm, fuzzy feeling of putting away 3,000 rounds of FMJ .308 for future use

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  81. More evidence to back Ton’s assumption:

    https://www.nationalreview.com/2013/04/your-kids-arent-your-own-rich-lowry/

    The TV cable-news network MSNBC runs sermonettes from its anchors during commercial breaks. They are like public-service announcements illuminating the progressive mind, and perhaps none has ever been as revealing and remarkable as the one cut by weekend host Melissa Harris-Perry.

    Harris-Perry set out to explain what is, by her lights, the failure to invest adequately in public education. She located the source of the problem in the insidious idea of parental responsibility for children.

    “We’ve always had kind of a private notion of children,” she said, in the tone of an anthropologist explaining a strange practice she discovered when out doing far-flung fieldwork. “Your kid is yours and totally your responsibility.” So long as this retrograde conception prevails, according to Harris-Perry, we will never spend enough money on children. “We have to break through,” she urged, “our kind of private idea that kids belong to their parents or kids belong to their families.”

    Why isn’t MSNBC burning? Why isn’t this woman a bloody stain on the ground somewhere?

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  82. Shoot any Minnesotans that show up in your neighborhood. They’re infected as will spread the disease they bring with them.

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  83. SFC Ton says:

    I support disbanding police

    At this point they are a weapon pointed at middle class White folks

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  84. horsemanbombadil says:

    Ames

    “these people need a life … they need to know what it’s like to live in a world where if you don’t work, you don’t eat, and there’s no back-up for failure – only hunger.”

    Its called September 2020.

    When the UI runs out, daddy’s pension/investments go poof and the stores are bare they will see hunger.

    Food deliveries to minneapolis without cops? Suppliers aint gonna take that risk.
    I imagine many suppliers are already having a hard time finding drivers, gotta be in and out of the city before sundown when the riots start up.

    Cannot even imagine the white or middle class flight out of that city.
    Barbers, bakers, grocers, drycleaners who were hanging on to hope…
    Now no cops to defend your store or even just the possibility?
    Just mail the keys to the bank and load up the family to texas.

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  85. horsemanbombadil says:

    I read this book in high school around the time of mad max and thought it was implausible.
    Now…gotta be out before sundown.

    “TOLERABLE LEVELS OF VIOLENCE
    Robert G. Collins.

    Toronto, Lester & Orpen Dennys, c1983.
    241pp, cloth, $17.95.
    ISBN 0-88619-020-7.

    Grades 11 and up.
    Reviewed by Boh Kinczyk.

    Volume 12 Number 3
    1984 May

    The year is 1999. Mankind is so brutal, violence is so commonplace that North American civilization is all but dead. As part of the morning routine, one listens to the CBC morning news for the local forecast:

    It will be another day at least before public transportation begins again
    and schools and theatres reopen. The National Capital Region computer forecast
    for today remains at Unacceptable Levels of Violence. But we’re only one point
    below that red line, and I think we can promise our audience a socially active
    day tomorrow. . .and probably for a few days after that, with Tolerable Levels
    of Violence for the rest of the week.

    This is an optimistic forecast. Tolerable Levels of Violence are so rare that John Cobbett, the protagonist, never works more than fifty days a year: it is too dangerous.

    His home in the Ottawa Valley is a fortress, an island of civilization in a sea of death and destruction. Electric fences and force fields surround his estate; guns and rifles protect it. Cobbett tries valiantly to protect his home, his family, and his hope for the future, but his role as guardian is severely compromised when he himself must resort to violence. He becomes what he most despises.

    A writer and teacher, Cobbett struggles with ideas: What does it mean to be human? Does art have any value in the world? Will there be a tomorrow with a recognizable human face? Eventually, though, the struggle to survive must completely overshadow Cobbett’s philosophical speculations.

    The novel is rich with gorgeous passages and startling thoughts. But in the end it fails. The world is at once too familiar (the Ottawa Valley fifteen years from now) and too unrecognizable (arbitrary, meaningless acts of violence at every turn). Perhaps some readers will be able to accept the novel’s premise and see in Collins’s dystopia a dire warning of where we are headed. I can’t. In my view, the far-fetched plot is simply an excuse to let Collins have his say about art and life and what it means to be human.”

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  86. horsemanbombadil says:

    “Perhaps some readers will be able to accept the novel’s premise and see in Collins’s dystopia a dire warning of where we are headed. I can’t. In my view, the far-fetched plot….”

    Never thought recurring riots every night for weeks would be common.

    Remember the premise of the first Mad Max was not collapse. Just a world where the roads outside the policed zones were too violent for civilians. Max was a cop.

    Luckily in my view it is a self correcting problem. Cities cannot feed themselves.
    If the farmers are not safe or the truckers won’t move food, the lawless are starves.
    A city can only scavange for so long. Weeks at best. Then even the lawless must capitulate.

    So Ame’s poor white girls will see the hunger.

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  87. horsemanbombadil says:

    Seriously Ames… Y

    You need 5 oz protien, a cup of rice or potatoes, 3-5 oz of fruit and veggies per person in the house x minimum 120 days in the house. Also potable water, 5 litres per person per day.
    Most people don’t realize the chlorine used in the treatment plant is railed or trucked in. Otherwise the plant is just a pump station for bad water.

    If you are in a city and the grocers stop resupplying you need to wait it out. Just like a winter storm.

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  88. Ame says:

    Just mail the keys to the bank and load up the family to texas.

    NOOOOOOO!!!!!!! only the good can come on down … the rest of ’em need to find somewhere else! seriously!

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  89. Larry G says:

    “Just mail the keys to the bank and load up the family to texas.

    NOOOOOOO!!!!!!! only the good can come on down … the rest of ’em need to find somewhere else! seriously!”

    Califorbicate and New Yawk welcome all assholes, illegal immigrants, criminals and Democrats. The “displaced”, once they have burned their own town to the ground can migrate to these liberal havens

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  90. RichardP says:

    See Bully Pulpit

    Re. all the hyperventilating about Trump threatening to use the armed forces to protect private property if state governors failed to do so. In all the commentary I have read about this, I have seen no one mention the possibility that Trump was using the Bully Pulpit. But it seems to have worked. Things seem to have quieted down – and I have to think it is in direct response to Trump’s threat. But how dare he have the gall to expect folks to behave themselves or else?

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  91. RichardP says:

    Democrats have homes that burn just as well as Republican ones. I wonder if the failure to protect private property at the state level will affect Democratic votes, given Trumps jawboning at least about using the U.S. Military to protect private property if the states won’t. It will be funny if the election ends up being reduced to who is most likely to protect my private property from the thugs?

    Because that is one of life’s most foundational questions. It drives the formation of tribes by drawing folks to pledge allegience to the strong man who can do this. It will be funny if the election of 2020 is driven by nothing more sophisticated than this primal desire for protection from the thugs.

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  92. theshadowedknight says:

    The girls hopping up and down were just trying to get attention in the socially acceptable way of the day. If I walked up to them, chose the prettiest and told her to put that sign down and come with a real man, and dragged her away, she be pregnant in a week and as racist as I am in a month or two. She would also be the happiest she had ever been.

    Don’t hate these poor girls, pity them. They have been betrayed as bad or even worse than men. Men can make mistakes and recover, if they work hard to change themselves. We have our whole lives, they have a fifteen year window, and every mistake they make is almost impossible to recover from.

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  93. theshadowedknight says:

    Remember that defund the police doesn’t mean that they go away and let you defend yourself. It means that they will hire the people that know not to harass black criminals but punish white supremacists instead. White supremacists being anyone white who so much as looks at any black sideways. No police means whites will have it even worse, unless they live under the protection of men who will make pavement apes disappear if they cross into a rural area. It means sacrificing the cities and nearly all organized effort by whites to the black mob.

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  94. h0neyc0mb says:

    Did 20k of surplus fmj 308 in Nov last year.

    Shot a few outta one lot .. shot great in my AR308.

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  95. SFC Ton says:

    I thhink Trumps womanish hinding in a bunker response has doomed his re-election prospects

    If you are going to run your mouth like a bull alpha then you need to act like a bull alpha when the heat is on

    Trump has proven to be a pussy by backing down every fucking time shit gets real.

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  96. SFC Ton says:

    Right TSK
    90 days of good dick will change most women’s politics

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  97. Farm Boy says:

    Why, exactly, would major retailers choose to rebuild and re-open stores that were burned to the ground or otherwise destroyed by rioters? What is there in the current response to riots by big city politicians that provides any assurance that the same thing won’t happen again? If you owned a store in an area that was destroyed by rioters, would you invest more money in the same location? Why?

    https://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2020/06/please-dont-go.php

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  98. Farm Boy says:

    Scientists in Russia are developing a treatment for coronavirus that uses ultraviolet (UV) light to disinfect the body from the inside

    https://www.newsweek.com/russia-developing-coronavirus-treatment-that-disinfects-body-uv-light-inside-1508350

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  99. Farm Boy says:


    After a couple of conversations with comedian friends of mine from New York this week I am more mystified than ever as to how Bill de Blasio got re-elected. One of my friends is conservative, the other liberal, and both hate de Blasio with a white-hot passion

    https://pjmedia.com/columns/stephen-kruiser/2020/06/05/the-morning-briefing-who-in-the-heck-even-voted-for-bill-de-blasio-n496253

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  100. Farm Boy says:

    Suddenly, Public Health Officials Say Social Justice Matters More Than Social Distance

    For months, health experts told Americans to stay home. Now, many are encouraging the public to join mass protests

    https://www.politico.com/news/magazine/2020/06/04/public-health-protests-301534

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  101. Farm Boy says:

    CNN anchor Chris Cuomo raised eyebrows on Tuesday night when he suggested that the George Floyd protesters don’t have to be “polite and peaceful.”

    https://legalinsurrection.com/2020/06/cnns-chris-cuomo-unaware-the-first-amendment-protects-only-peaceful-protest/

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  102. Farm Boy says:

    Attorney General William Barr said on Thursday that federal law enforcement officials have evidence that Antifa and other extremist groups have been involved in instigating and participating in acts of violence that have rocked the nation for days as riots have broken out following the death of George Floyd.

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/attorney-general-william-barr-we-have-evidence-that-antifa-has-been-involved-in-instigating-violence-during-riots

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  103. Farm Boy says:

    SANTA MONICA, CA—Activision has banned all firearms from all current Call of Duty games, calling firearms a symbol of oppressive imperialism.

    https://babylonbee.com/news/call-of-duty-bans-all-firearms

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  104. Farm Boy says:


    His basic notion is this:

    American education has long been absurdly overpriced. He notes this is the only industry in America which has yet to face significant pressures to cost-cut.

    He says that parents are getting to see what their $76,000 per year is buying them– because now they can see the witless profs lecturing to their kids on the Zoom sessions they have online.

    And parents are thinking: “This is worthless. I am spending $300,000 for something absolutely worthless.”

    http://ace.mu.nu/archives/387590.php

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  105. Liz says:

    Scientists in Russia are developing a treatment for coronavirus that uses ultraviolet (UV) light to disinfect the body from the inside

    Now the scientists are telling everyone to drink bleach?!?

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  106. Liz says:

    There is an entourage of folks who have the job of care and feeding of the president.
    He comes out to face down a mob he’s putting his own people at risk.

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  107. College hasn’t been about education for a long time and it won’t be again in our lifetimes.

    This has been a pretty good listen in spite of a less than stellar narrator. Fermi worked with a bunch of other great minds and helped to teach others how to think about the problems in the brand new field of nuclear physics. This is the ideal example of a college experience, but we’re talking almost 100 years ago. Sure, it might still be happening in few select instances, but now-a-days, the education industry as a whole is just a hole, beneath an outhouse.

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  108. Disbanding the police just creates a new armed and organized gang looking for funds to replace their paychecks and pension plans. The current badge gang, while not helpful, is an order of magnitude less dangerous to us at the present time.

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  109. I was talking to a Bernie supporter about current events and the topic of if Biden was the official nominee or not came up and honestly neither one of us could answer that question. Does anybody know? It seems like some parts of the usual process has been skipped but I don’t really know the background so I’m curious…

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  110. I know Bernie dropped out but where there no other nominees? Or are there others still in the running? So weird… I know that started but did the virus stop it or?

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  111. Also after speaking with this person I think a lot of what we are seeing is actually disgruntled Bernie supporters both in 2016 and now. They don’t seem to see who’s making those choices though. Instead they’re putting all that into TDS. Odd.

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  112. okrahead says:

    RPG,
    Biden is still a few delegates shy of clinching the nomination outright, but it is mathematically impossible that he won’t have those delegates soon (and well before the convention) unless all the remaining primaries are cancelled for some reason.

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  113. okrahead says:

    Over the past weekend here (Saturday night) the “protestors” fire bombed a (mostly black) church. There has been only a brief mention of it in the local news the next day, with no follow up. The photos I’ve seen of our local “protestors” show almost entirely white, college age crowds with an occasional black person standing around. I didn’t go to see in person whether this is accurate or just a photographer messing with us as I have no desire to find myself in a shoot/don’t shoot situation just to fulfill my curiosity.

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  114. okrahead says:

    I actually went through the picture accompanying the article on the “protestors” in my local paper… There were 19 white kids, 1 young black woman, and 1 big scowling black guy.

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  115. okrahead says:

    Going through the pictures from the paper the crowd seems to skew heavily college age white female. Of the 19 white kids in the picture I mentioned above, 11 are female. Some of the pictures are entirely white, college aged female. So what does that portend?

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  116. Liz says:

    Think every 20 year old white woman in Malibu is instagramming for “racial equality” this morning.

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  117. This same Bernie supporter was convinced the rioting and looting is WN. I said from the live feeds I have watched they did not act or look like typical WN to me. They looked like street kids or druggies. Skinny, run away when confronted, cowardly. They agreed and I could see the hamster wheel smoke from that thing turning so fast… la la la…

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  118. okrahead says:

    The crowd is heavily white, but definitely NOT white nationalist. The tattoos are a dead giveaway. There is plenty of ink on display, and none of it is WN.

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  119. Anybody who is stupid enough to actually support Bernie Sanders is more than stupid enough to think it’s WNs burning down the cities.

    Stupid white college kids with nothing to do getting into trouble? Imagine that.

    Stupid white females chasing the tingles of “revolution” and “that guy with the crowbar is hot”? Gosh, who da thunk it?

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  120. RichardP says:

    Bloom – Biden is referred to as the “presumptive nominee” in the media. That is the standard until the “presumptive nominee” actually garners enough votes in the primaries, or the national convention, to become the actual nominee.

    When all of the democrat debates started, I stated that I thought a Biden / Kamala Harris ticket would be unbeatable. It is looking more and more that we might just get that ticket – as other presumptive VP picks are either withdrawing their names or otherwise becoming ineligible for consideration for one reason or another.

    The left very quickly realized that they made a mistake in not taking Trump seriously the first time around. I think they will not make that mistake this time around, and so have thought for some time that Trump will not get reelected. If Biden actually becomes the nominee, I think the conventional wisdom is that whoever his VP is will end up being President fairly soon after. I don’t see how Biden, in his current state of mental health, can last for four years.

    And, as I stated above, all of this could be turned on its head if voters end up deciding they need to vote for someone who is more likely to take action to protect their personal property.

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  121. Liz says:

    I mentioned a while back (different forum) if conservatives boycotted voted we could end up with president Kamala.
    They seemed to think I was just trolling.

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  122. okrahead says:

    Liz,
    The largest portion of “conservatism inc.” would be perfectly happy with president Kamala. At least that’s what they think right now.

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  123. Liz says:

    (side note: Alyssa Milano is looking a little chunky)

    [Looks like this she does?]

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  124. okrahead says:

    Is it just me or does fat Alyssa look just like fat Ashley Judd?

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  125. theshadowedknight says:

    He doesn’t really get a chance to not get dragged into the bunker. Secret Service just grab and go. The president is an American asset, not a person at that point.

    Besides, the left is going on about the bunker, but also screaming about him beating “peaceful protesters” with clubs and tear gas. He had Barr kick the rioters and the media out of Lafayette Square, and it lead to a coup attempt. That alone means he probably wins. He now has control over the military come hell or high water, and can do shit like roll up antifa.

    Also, in comparison, you have biden and probably Stacey Abrams. After all this, if Biden doesn’t chose a colored gal as his VP he’s going to get eaten alive, and Kamala Harris is hated for prosecutorial misconduct. Trump might have ran to the bunker, but he also marched through the streets of DC after putting down a riot. Biden wants to abandon America to the mob.

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  126. Looks like a light-skinned Shaquisha to me.

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  127. RichardP says:

    I don’t know enough about Trump and the bunker to argue the point. But I did hear Trump say this and it makes sense to me. He went to the bunker during the day, when nothing of any consequence was going on. He was there for a short while (inspecting things, says Trump) and then was back out. My understanding is that he was not there after dark fell – which is when any danger would probably be likely.

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  128. RichardP says:

    Stephanie posted a link to some music that she and the kids listen to while doing homeschooling / getting prepared for the homeschooling day. He’s pretty good. Had never heard him before that I know of.

    Her posting reminded me of a link I had saved some time ago. I posted it at Stephanie’s place in case she would find it useful – with the caveat that I hadn’t listed to it for a while so couldn’t vouch that the music would stay peaceful.

    I’m an hour into it, and it has stayed mellow throughout. So – for those who could use a little mellow background music to take the rough edges off of your day, you might give this a try. Music to watch burning buildings by …?

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  129. theshadowedknight says:

    Trump is a chronic and habitual liar, conman, and bullshit artist, but so is the media so its impossible to tell. Either way, if it was so bad that he got taken to the bunker, that means that the “peaceful protesters” were dangerous enough to be capable of breaching one of the most secure areas on earth. Maybe they didnt want to machine gun crowds on the White House lawn.

    Check this out. This is why they are pissed. Trump brought out the Praetorians, and they laugh and mock the rioters. Pelosi doesn’t know whats going on and is demanding answers that she likely isn’t getting. Generals are wandering the streets talking to the men on the ground to figure out what their orders are because the generals are out of the loop. The SecDef ordered the troops back, was totally ignored, and had to countermand his order. That isnt capitulation or bitching out, thats men with guns on the street who answer to Bill Barr and Donald Trump, and no one else.

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  130. I honestly can’t “multi-task” at all. I can’t read or write and actually listen to music, even at low volume. Frankly, I think multi-tasking is bullshit. You may be doing more than one thing at a time, but you’ll do doing at poor job sez me.

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  131. “The images of such military-style men in America’s capital are disconcerting,”

    But Politico is OK with masked and hooded rioters roaming the streets… Fuck’em.

    BTW, I’m cool with D.C. burning to the ground, though there’s a couple of museums I might have wanted to visit, I think most of them have gone pozzed.

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  132. Hey, anyone ever have any of these?

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  133. RichardP says:

    This is a companion piece to TSK’s link to the Praetorians. Gives an interesting perspective to things if you read TSK’s link and then this:

    https://www.theamericanconservative.com/dreher/military-coup-banana-republic-trump/

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  134. horsemanbombadil says:

    From the front page of the Globe

    Toronto police chief takes knee in solidarity with anti racism demonstrators

    And

    https://www.theglobeandmail.com/opinion/article-are-we-ready-to-talk-about-defunding-the-police/

    Best comment I saw was it will divide into two camps,: the upper class living in gated communities affording paid mercs and the rest living in whats left paying tribute to warlords or as part of a militia.

    Really? Replace answerable, regulated police with tribal enforcers, vigilantees and militias answerable to themselves?

    I served in Sarajevo during the siege. 8 years earlier it had hosted the olympics. It descended into race war serb vs croatian. The siege lasted a year.

    Imagine this is Chicago business district at noon.

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  135. horsemanbombadil says:

    The pretty little liberals will be the first targets.

    The lower class aint got nothing so they will be left alone.
    The rich will have private security.
    The rednecks love shoot them some looters.

    The middle class libtards, well they’s got some money and their good eatin.

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  136. horsemanbombadil says:

    Greater Toronto Area (GTA ) population 5.9 million spread over 7,100 square kilometers.

    Without police: GTA (Grand Theft Auto) open world edition.

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  137. theshadowedknight says:

    Richard, the important thing to note is that when the generals tried to ignore Trump’s orders, and SecDef tried to countermand them, the orders were followed regardless. The generals are politicians, and the political class looks out for itself, but Trump controls the trigger pullers. The trigger pullers are all that matters in the end. There was a coup attempt, that attempt failed, and I now expect between Trump and Barr that parts of the left are going to start getting rolled up now that they know they can rely on the men with guns.

    Ton, question for you: assume that all your leadership above O3 is gone. You cannot rely on the supply and support staff anymore, just you and anyone who carries a weapon for a living. You have effectively unlimited funds at your disposal for buying your own supplies and equipment. How long can you operate in those conditions?

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  138. RichardP says:

    TSK said: the important thing to note is that when the generals tried to ignore Trump’s orders, and SecDef tried to countermand them, the orders were followed regardless.

    I am genuinely uninformed here. To what orders are you referring that were first ignored and then followed?

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  139. Cheque d'Out says:

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  140. theshadowedknight says:

    Trump ordered in the National Guard and military into DC. The Secretary of Defense ordered them home after the Lafayette Park incident. They ignored him, so he had to reverse his order. There was a general wandering around and talking to the soldiers trying to figure out what there orders were because he got cut out of the chain of command. All those generals came out against Trump in an organized manner, and the troops ignored them and stayed to enforce order. There was an attempt by the left to have the military abandon Trump. The generals did, but at some point under the generals, the chain of command broke and they followed Trump and not their immediate superiors. Which now answers the question of which way the military falls.

    Here is an example of the confusion of orders. Read down far enough and SecDef doesn’t know who ordered the low flying helos that dispersed rioters.

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  141. Tsk I was watching live feeds that night. Near the end crowds were ripping down barricades and lighting fires. The crowds did nearly break the grounds and the lights on the WH shut off (night vision superiority was what a former SS on Twitter read that as) And another also former SS said basically what you did, it likely was not a choice to go or not go to the bunker. It looked almost like the French Revolution, I was freaking out. Bc last thing I want is to live in a country run by the looting rioting thugs. Anyway both these former SS guys were doing all they could to warn “protestors” getting swept up in whatever that was to NOT DO IT because as they said SS is a whole other game and once certain lines were crossed it would be shoot to kill, bc that how that works riot or protest or whatever. Then they must have used military equipment to jam all the signals because everything went black. There was no cell phone regular phone or Internet available in the entire area for five hours. And rabble rousers on Twitter were freaking bc they had no intel. From what I understand 2100 LE, SS, and military closed in on the protestors in a circle, basically more than a 1:1 raptor, and all were detained. Next day fences up vs barricades. Trump did his walk about. Next night the night enforcement of curfew was swift and things in dc have seemed pretty under control since. I do think like you say they did not want the optics of SS shooting looters, so I think they showed more restraint than protocol normally would require.

    For me this whole thing is nearly unbelievable. And images of the safe world we all take for granted flashed thru my head what it. Luke become and I basically prayed unceasing for the next day that it would not. In fact I have prayed my whole life long that I would never live to see war on our soil and I hope I never do. That night it felt like war was being declared by someone and I did not like it one bit.

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  142. 1:1 ratio

    What it could become (not Luke)

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  143. Cheque d'Out says:

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  144. theshadowedknight says:

    Bloom, war is coming. Start reaching out to others nearby about what to do if the riots move into your area. Find the men who know how to shoot and how to organize shooters, and make friends with them. Make sure you have a place for your daughters to go if it gets too rough. Have multiple escape routes if you have to flee.

    Rome went from a city of millions to ten thousand people living in the ruins. Feudalism is basically the strongest asskicker around letting all the other asskickers know that they either sign up with him and get women, food, and status; they get out of town; or they end up killed. That development took centuries, massive depopulation, and a new religion to overcome. Welcome to the decline of civilization. This is the fall of America. Its been going on for quite some time, but now it has accelerated fast enough that everyone is noticing.

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  145. I really am thinking more and more it’s Bernie peeps. One guy on Twitter former intel and I believe SS (jack Prilosec I think) went into the background on the anti fa folks and they apparently came out of the 2016 stuff, formed after the dirty pool that made Hill the nominee vs Bernie. That’s what they were initially mad about, that’s turned into them kind of taking a burn it all to the ground ideaology, they see it all as corrupt apparently. So they don’t back the D party line exactly, but the ones who want something other than the party anointed bs From what I grasped of it. Same happening again, w been stepping aside and Biden stepping in, they are pissed. And also hate Trump. And Rhinos. After talking with my friend that’s kind of what I was getting there also. Not that he’s a part of it but there is a very big disgruntlement in the crowd that got their nomination “stolen” in their mind.

    I didn’t say this to my friend or I kind of did I said that Trump was sort of the Republican version of Bernie because the Republicans didn’t want him for the nominee either and he is somehow outside of the party but I’m not sure what to call it because he’s not exactly tea party either. He disagreed with that assessment but I think it’s pretty fair. And I think Bernie could have gotten the nomination if he would have been as willing as Trump was to go to the mat for it. Between the rallies and the Twitter Trump overcame the opposition Bernie could not. But Trump also has financial resources Bernie did not to hire people and arenas and whatever. And the ability to execute that plan, which would be pretty complex logistics. Plus from what I’ve seen at the local level the D have really got a strong hold on turning the funding on and off for the candidate that they want and controlling just about all of the factors that basically make it impossible for anyone but who they want. The R did not want their ticket hijacked but seemed naive in how to keep it from happening, or I am sure they tried but the momentum was just too great. I still believe Bern could have done so also but did not have the stomach for the fight (or maybe did not want to possibly “suicide” trying?)

    We are and have lived thru history for sure. All this stuff is pretty darn newsworthy and historically unprecedented whether it’s getting the coverage it deserves or not!

    Remember that staffer and the leak and all that? Seth Riich? Someone realized the game was rigged in a way some may have suspected but did not realize just how locked fown it was.

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  146. TSK, agreed. They have already sought me out, I believe, although none have said officially. More like jokingly. An unofficial local militia of sorts, most former military. I am fairly well connected in my area and community, and I can tell people are feeling everyone out so if things happen they already know. I have been feeling that out myself, as well. I do need to have an official plan, with plan B and C also, good idea.

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  147. For example a few weeks back, local Ex-mil guy very tied in a lots of similar in my area w a very large circle of peeps was joking on social media in a private group they added me to that he was itching for some live target practice so I joked if any showed up at my place he’d be welcome to practice here and he said just say the word I’d be there in minutes. And I thought what a guy, reminds me of my brother. And no it’s not like that, he’s happily married w kids. Maybe I remind him of his sister? All the deplorables in my valley have made themselves known pretty much. And I live within the boundaries they have already identified as the strategic checkpoints if ever needed. I think I may be expected to provide the tea and sandwiches type thing… I could do that!

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  148. Anyway weird times. It’s good to have street cred in times like these, a skill that’s valued, and a reputation of integrity.

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  149. horsemanbombadil says:

    At this rate there will not be an election.

    The money will run out for the unemployed by fall.

    Without the seeding this years harvest is going to be massively short.

    Supply lines of all kinds are going to be rerouted or cut by impassable areas and no staff willing to risk it.

    Areas with resources will consolidate under the winning warlord shutting out the outside.

    The re rise of city states or more like semi rural county states. The cities will be disfunctional at best, war zones at worst.

    There will be no governing 330 million people coherently and federally.

    Rural farmers in Kansas don’t care if a city burns. The city folk think the world stops at thge last subdivision.

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  150. theshadowedknight says:

    Bloom, you have daughters, correct? You also live on a farm and produce food, as well?

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  151. RichardP says:

    @TSK – thanks for the info. I knew most of the separate stories involved, but didn’t realize they were tied together in that way. I had forgotten that the President is in charge of the District of Columbia National Guard.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/District_of_Columbia_National_Guard

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  152. horsemanbombadil says:

    Everyone wants to replace police with “local law”

    But without oversight each will create their own. Actually the perceived start of all this i.e. white law vs black law.

    So in any given area whose law?

    Shiria? Orthodox Jewish? Christian?

    Open carry right wing, lets all get along lefties?

    Karen? Kate? Bubba? Lotisha? Miguel?

    The question no one asks is whose law?
    Because everyone thinks its gonna be their law.

    History is written by the victors, law is enforced by the strongest.

    Dumb fucks.

    Only in the west, briefly, was there a time when the majority of each persons’ laws and beliefs were respected by an objective neutral law spanning all tribes.

    Now we are gonna purposely revert to tribal law where only one tribe can possibly win.

    It will never revert.

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  153. Cheque d'Out says:

    I always thought that the Zombie Apocalypse was the polite metaphor for discussing such matters.

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  154. Tsk yes. Been reaching out to the farm community also. Am part of organizing a central “shop local” thing w produce, meat, dairy, livestock, plants, and equipment/parts type thing as we speak…. always good to know the food people.

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  155. horsemanbombadil says:

    Please please tell me this is a real thing

    https://moonbattery.com/gobaldforblm-dupes-female-moonbats-into-shaving-their-heads/

    White libtard women shaving their heads for blm….and its a hoax

    #gobaldforblm

    Ahahahahahaha i am going to burn in hell ahahaha

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  156. theshadowedknight says:

    Bloom, you have two very valuable resources, and a network, and know the real score. That’s real useful.

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  157. Cheque d'Out says:

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  158. Cheque d'Out says:

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  159. b g says:

    Nah, when it comes to virtue signalling, nobody can compare to Turdeau the Second, Canada’s marvelous, feminist and fully analingual PM:

    https://twitter.com/i/events/1268998020617531392

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  160. SFC Ton says:

    , question for you: assume that all your leadership above O3 is gone. You cannot rely on the supply and support staff anymore, just you and anyone who carries a weapon for a living. You have effectively unlimited funds at your disposal for buying your own supplies and equipment. How long can you operate in those conditions?
    ……..

    Indefinitely…. 20 secs if some gets a lucky hit in?

    Assuming there are supplies to be bought, recuirts to fill openings, time to train them etc and no one around is bigger, better organized etc

    But it’s way to vague of a question as posted

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  161. Farm Boy says:

    She took the symbols sacred to our religion and trod all over them with her lesbian horse face shtick. Note the “wedding” band on her claw-like finger. Project much, you evil shriveled up crone.

    https://pushingrubberdownhill.com/2020/06/02/our-greatest-enemy/

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  162. Farm Boy says:

    Does Vitamin D Help Fight COVID-19?
    Evidence is slowly mounting. Some researchers think that’s enough to recommend it.

    https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2020/06/paging-dr-hamblin-can-vitamin-d-stop-coronavirus/612547/

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  163. theshadowedknight says:

    Ton, I meant in the context of a Praetorian Guard situation. Something where the SF and combat arms units side with white Americans and the supply and support units side against them. Your company commander gets a visit from someone affiliated with the president and gets handed a DoD expense card and they are now in charge of procuring supplies and technicians/support personnel that will be delivered/hired as needed. Can those units continue to operate in America, under those constraints?

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  164. SFC Ton says:

    The police are useless and by their nature an impediment to liberty

    Defunding them is an excellent idea.

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  165. SFC Ton says:

    Indefinitely as long as there is a training program etc to replace losses

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  166. Liz says:

    I had forgotten that the President is in charge of the District of Columbia National Guard.

    Truly?
    The President is in charge of the entire military. He is the Commander in Chief.
    When Trump posted a tweet about the military policy changing on transgenders, I can tell you the military policy changed the minute he tweeted that. Alleviated about 20 percent of the work load and resources. No exaggeration.

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  167. SFC Ton says:

    Only one tribe can win

    It’s the foolishness of liberals to think otherwise

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  168. SFC Ton says:

    Vote Republican and have your monuments pulled down, feminist agenda advanced, broaders left side open etc etc

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  169. okrahead says:

    TSK,
    If it’s the trigger pullers vs. the clerks it won’t last long enough for the supply train to matter.

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  170. horsemanbombadil says:

    Looks like the police will do it themselves. The good ones at least.
    You don’t want us, can’t do our jobs.
    Bu bye.

    Entire special unit of the Buffalo PD, all 57 highly trained officers resign en mass.

    https://canoe.com/news/world/buffalo-cops-quit-tactical-unit-in-protest-at-officers-suspension-reports

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  171. horsemanbombadil says:

    Not in Buffalo.

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  172. SFC Ton says:

    They didn’t walk off the job, they just resigned from tgat team

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  173. SFC Ton says:

    Good observation about their ink Okra

    Tattoos are most definitely uniforms in certain circles. I was ID today via some ink

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  174. theshadowedknight says:

    Liz, was Mike in when that happened? Did he see that change before the highest ranks had time to process it? I know that there was some pushback from the civilian and Pentagon leadership, but if the rest of the military adopted it right away, that puts more weight to my argument that the rank and file are behind Trump.

    Ton, its happening regardless. Nothing is going to stop feminism but the general collapse of law, order, and safety. Trump is building the wall, and more importantly is structuring the bureacracy so that his people are embedded in it and making long-term changes. The left doesn’t like to admit they are losing, but occasionally a longer essay piece by the bureaucrats comes out. They are screaming that Trump’s people are setting immigration back decades and setting things up so that leftists are being demoralized, sidelined, and forced out.

    I’ll give you some credit on monuments, because of Nikki Haley, but she did that shit under Obama. Trump tapped her to be UN ambassador, which is a show job with nothing important, and now she is out of politics. The overwhelming majority of the people removing statues, flags, etc, are Democrats because they hate white people and want to erase us.

    At worst, Republicans are less hostile than the left, and Trump is actively working to tear them apart. Voting is preparation of the battlespace to give us as much time as possible to red pill and prepare. Trump ain’t perfect, but he’s better than Biden and a damn sight better than whatever ape will be his VP.

    Farm Boy, that women needs an immediate appointment with a stake and some accelerant. She looks like Satan in a skinsuit. I guess dogs do tend to take after their masters, but damn! She is so ugly and evil looking that it makes my skin crawl.

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  175. […] It does seem that Karen-mania has struck the world. There are lots of memes, lots of jokes, lots of everything. What might this be evidence of? I will give you a second to think about it. […]

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  176. SFC Ton says:

    At best the republicans are a tiny bit less hostile. And I think that’s probably a false statement. Trump is much less hostile. Not sure that applies to gop party leadership

    As for buying time, I am not seeing any increase in our numbers and as time goes by the White recruiting pool shrinks.

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  177. SFC Ton says:

    . Ps

    Local gop governments have punted on the monument/ name changing deal like it is their full time job.

    The most useless folks around are church boys and conservatives….. probably because they are one in the same

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  178. Liz says:

    Liz, was Mike in when that happened?
    Yes.
    Did he see that change before the highest ranks had time to process it?

    I’m not sure how long it took “the highest ranks” to process it, but for our installation the new policy was implemented immediately.
    Mike didn’t really receive much flack from “highers up”, but upon inquiry he just said, “this is what the commander in chief said so until I get information otherwise, this is the policy”.

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  179. Sumo says:

    My preferred “picnic area” is open again

    I was able to go for a “picnic” this afternoon. My newest friend ate around 300 “sandwiches” and disliked 3 of them.

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  180. RichardP says:

    @Liz – Under normal circumstances, a state’s National Guard is under the control of the governor of that state (as you know). That is the context in which I made my comment about forgetting that it is the President, and not the Mayor of D.C., that is in charge of the D.C. National Guard.

    The President, as Commander in Chief, can also call up each state’s National Guard. But I didn’t have that point in mind when I commented about forgetting.

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  181. Larry G says:

    Yeah, I took 4 lunch boxes for my picnic this afternoon. One proved itself unreliable trying to eat 38s but loved southern fried 357s. Had some 45 salad and a good time was had by all.

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  182. Farm Boy says:

    Vegas is now open

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  183. Farm Boy says:

    One can, of course, argue that there’s a moral difference. But moral distinctions have no force outside the community that makes them. However satisfying it feels to call one sort of protest “suicidal,” “reckless” and “mind-bogglingly selfish,” while describing the other as a noble and necessary fight against injustice, this will not restrain the disdained. Indeed, the perceived hypocrisy will deafen them to anything said after that.

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/social-distancing-is-over/2020/06/05/73403a10-a750-11ea-b619-3f9133bbb482_story.html

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  184. Farm Boy says:

    1200 Public Health Experts Sign Letter Advocating Mass Gatherings Because “White Supremacy” is a Bigger Threat Than COVID-19

    https://summit.news/2020/06/05/1200-public-health-experts-sign-letter-advocating-mass-gatherings-because-white-supremacy-is-a-bigger-threat-than-covid-19/

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  185. theshadowedknight says:

    True, most of them are useless, but Trump has done a lot of good, black pilling aside. People are far more willing to fight on the conservative side these days than they were four years ago. I come across writers that would cuck just as hard as Rod Dreher or Bill Kristol and are now hard-right shoot all the liberals types. When Matt Walsh and Lindsey Graham, two of the biggest cucks on the right, take several hard steps right, that is a major improvement.

    Many establishment Republicans are useless, but they are a dying breed. The party is being remade as the white party, much as they like to pretend otherwise. No, they aren’t full on white supremacists yet, but give it time. The right is radicalized, and are far more likely to be willing to go to the mat than years ago. Thats Trump on one side and the bloggers on the other side, pushing the party farther right.

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  186. theshadowedknight says:

    Let’s be real, white supremacy is more dangerous than COVID. We are the people who built star machines so that we can drop a small star on someone. We developed poisons that can destroy the land for years or just kill all the people. We have weapons that can strike our enemied dead in an instant and we can walk in and take over their infrastructure a day or two later without harm.

    If we went full white supremacist, there would be whites and whoever the Chinese decide to defend left on Earth. If we decide to kill every black we could reach, we would have them all dead in a matter of years. We can take billions of lives in minutes, and soon we will be beyond the reach of anything they can throw back at us once Musk gets Mars going. They had better fear us.

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  187. Farm Boy says:

    Whitmer Spokeswoman: My Boss Didn’t Violate Social Distancing Guidelines When She Marched. Here Are Some Pictures.

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/whitmer-spokeswoman-my-boss-didnt-violate-social-distancing-guidelines-when-she-marched-here-are-some-pictures

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  188. Farm Boy says:

    BELL CANYON, CA—According to sources, Hollywood celebrities have courageously united under an inspiring new movement to show respect for black lives. Entitled the #BurnYourHouseDown movement, celebrities such as Alyssa Milano, Jimmy Kimmel, and John Legend have volunteered to relinquish their power and privilege by burning their houses and everything they have to the ground

    https://babylonbee.com/news/celebrities-show-solidarity-with-protesters-by-burning-their-own-homes-to-the-ground

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  189. Sumo says:

    Alyssa Milano is looking more and more like a feminist every day.

    In other words, dat bitch is fat.

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  190. Farm Boy says:

    The guys review two feminist movies

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  191. Ame says:

    The photos I’ve seen of our local “protestors” show almost entirely white, college age crowds with an occasional black person standing around.

    that’s what i’ve seen round these parts where i live.

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  192. Ame says:

    Candace Owens rocked that.

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  193. Ame says:

    Kentucky Headhunter
    12h ago
    I honestly can’t “multi-task” at all. I can’t read or write and actually listen to music, even at low volume. Frankly, I think multi-tasking is bullshit. You may be doing more than one thing at a time, but you’ll do doing at poor job sez me.

    lol! i can’t either. but both my daughters listen to music while they do work/study. i can’t. i like it silent. everyone in the house has headphones except me 🙂 … my Husband watches tv a lot while working and has wireless headphones for the tv. i can’t stand to have the tv on. lol!

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  194. SFC Ton says:

    The republicans are done after Trump. Whenever that they Trump maybe but at this point it’s proven itself to be anti law and order, anti middle class White guy etc enough to piss off most of its base.

    A girl we know is doing polling for the GOP. She claims a large number of people plan to vote for Trump but don’t plan to vote for any down ballot republicans.

    I’m pretty sure we’ll be sitting this election out. Trump has been a massive disappointment

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  195. As the bern crowd continued to fess up today, apparently this goes back to occcupy wall st. Yep. It’s like a whole alternate universe!

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  196. Meanwhile while I think I can’t do one more thing the neighbors shows up with for feral kittens that need fostering. So I guess I’m not gonna be sleeping for a couple days LOL… but they are soooo super cute! Maybe just the distraction I need? And my girls are getting a crash course in being good mamas and they are making me proud. 💕

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  197. *four feral kittdns

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  198. theshadowedknight says:

    Oh, well. If they don’t elect down ballot they might as well not even vote. If the Dems have both houses they’ll impeach him the first day, then Pence the day after. President Pelosi, or whoever they elect to replace the old bag as Speaker before they impeach.

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  199. SFC Ton says:

    Votes have to be earned

    The GOP isn’t doing anything to earn them

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  200. SFC Ton says:

    RPG’s crazy cat lady status is confirmed

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  201. SFC Ton says:

    Though I do want to thank our resident crazy cat lady for ju,ping on the fuzzie hand grenade

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  202. theshadowedknight says:

    Yeah, I get that, but then why bother voting for Trump at all? Thats hours of their day that they could save by not bothering. Thats what I did in 2012. Tore up my absentee ballot and threw it away.

    I honestly don’t know why you think Trump was such a disappointment. There is 250-350 years of bad decisions to be undone, and that isn’t happening in 4 years. I cannot imagine anyone else doing a better job. If nothing else he stopped Clitler from declaring war on Russia.

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  203. theshadowedknight says:

    Oh, shit, Bloom. Yeah, you are now a cat lady. Thats a tough break, sorry to hear it. Resist the urge to get any more as long as you can, it will slow the transformation into a crazy cat lady.

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  204. SFC Ton says:

    Can’t see how anyone thinks Trump has been a good deal, past maybe his 1st 6-12 months.

    But he started rolling over for the dems pretty early. Hell even skelator and company have dog him out

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  205. SFC Ton says:

    They’ll go through the hassle so they can say fuck you GOT.

    To millions of folks the only thing they have is telling the elites fuck you

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  206. theshadowedknight says:

    Fair enough, that makes sense.

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  207. Liz says:

    Alyssa Milano is looking more and more like a feminist every day.

    Been a while since she’s had a metoo moment.

    [Not long since one of these she had]

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  208. Liz says:

    Trump was the first president in my memory to consider China as a serious threat, and take steps to ween up off dependence on them.
    -Defeated ISIS virtually overnight after implementing a change in policy.
    -Got most of our troops out of Syria (this is a biggie…Hillary was going to set up a no fly zone to last until the end of time)
    -Granted clemency to some military who were prosecuted unjustly
    -Implemented deregulatory actions that saved money, time, and brought some industry back

    I know when we were in, they started eliminating some pointless regulations…since this took time they gave commanders the discretion to ignore counterproductive regulations at their discretion. This would not have been possible under different leadership.

    Hell, I’m just glad Trump isn’t standing in front of the podium with a tear in his eye virtue signaling about wishing he had a son who looked like Floyd.

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  209. Farm Boy says:

    “Social distancing is critical to stop the spread of COVID-19—unless you have a great photo op,” Republican state lawmaker Lynn Afendoulis tweeted following the protest.

    https://freebeacon.com/coronavirus/whitmer-defies-own-social-distancing-rule-at-detroit-protest/

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  210. Liz says:

    Just to add (while I’m on a rant), it’s easy to forget with the media playing the “here’s a new shiny object” game that four short years ago we were dependent on the ME for oil (and blowing up the ME), ISIS was considered our biggest threat and the DPRK the second biggest, completely dependent and beholden to China because no one wanted to risk rocking the boat, and occupying Syria flying stupid test patterns around and one broken radio short of the possibility for an accidental WWIII.

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  211. Uh, fuck those guys. That’s battery. Some dumb ass 75 yo hippy quacks at you and you knock him down? Yeh, fuck those guys.

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  212. GOP is worse than useless. They’re actually fucking obstacles to getting things done.

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  213. What brand of sandwiches did you pack?

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  214. Barn cats are the only cats worth having.

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  215. Larry G says:

    “What brand of sandwiches did you pack?” a Coonan 1911 frame .357 mag, another Coonan set up for .38 Specials (the one that needs an attitude adjustment and a new recoil spring), one .45 S&W revolver, one S&W 327 revolver. I stay practiced up on my revolvers as much as the semi-autos

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  216. “Cookies” Milano been drinking a gallon of whole milk with every bag she engulfs.

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  217. Sumo says:

    What brand of sandwiches did you pack?

    I brought 4 varieties, since my main goal was to figure out which kind would be preferred. I’ve heard that the quality control on this type of “sandwich” leaves something to be desired.

    Anyhow, Winchester, Browning, Federal, and Herter’s, which I guess is the in-house Cabela’s brand of “sandwich”.

    1 bad Winchester “sandwich”, plus two that just didn’t want to go down (that sounds like my last date). One Browning “sandwich” was just poorly made, everything else was great.

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  218. Larry G says:

    supposed to rain off and on today, seems like a really good day to clean weapons and magazines, reload moon clips and generally just fuck off

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  219. Oh don’t worry, we aren’t keeping the kittens! Just fostering them for a few weeks until other crazy cat ladies want to adopt them! Two are spoken for already!

    What we need is for good people to run for office, the establishment won’t replace itself! And Trump can’t do as much as he could if he had supporters on all levels. In fact why he hasn’t been actively advocating for that already I don’t know.

    Other info from the Bern folks, there’s an org called Alec who apparently pretty much write all legislation, regulations, and tell the establishment folks on both sides how they are going to vote. The about page on their website is total ambiguous do good back patting. Their name .org.

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  220. Farm Boy says:

    When Syracuse University found Alpha Chi Rho collectively responsible for shouting a racial slur at a black female student, it not only ignored the woman’s family but overruled its own appeals board, according a lawsuit by the fraternity last week. . . .

    The allegations would mean the administration had continually defamed AXP going back to last fall, when Chancellor Kent Syverud said four members had been placed on interim suspension for “a verbal assault.”

    The suit provides details from the past several months that Syracuse does not appear to have previously acknowledged, including that the members were quickly exonerated back in December, owing to video evidence and “consistent” testimony.

    https://www.thecollegefix.com/syracuse-invented-evidence-to-find-fraternity-guilty-of-racial-slur-after-investigation-cleared-them-lawsuit/

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  221. horsemanbombadil says:

    Barn cats are the only cats with a purpose.

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  223. Farm Boy says:

    A widely read study claiming the use of the antimalarial hydroxychloroquine to treat coronavirus leads to an increased risk of death has been retracted, the study’s publisher said Thursday.

    https://dailycaller.com/2020/06/04/medical-journal-lancet-retracts-study-hydroxychloroquine/

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  224. SFC Ton says:

    In the world of cell phome cameras kneeling on someone is horrible optics.

    Also positional asphyxiation is no joke. We had to avoid a lot of those positions when I was in the military

    Which leads me to this….why in the fuck do cops have better ROE then infantrymen

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  225. Sumo says:

    Also positional asphyxiation is no joke. We had to avoid a lot of those positions when I was in the military

    I was the use of force instructor for my agency, we used the same system that most LE agencies in North America use; that knee on the back of the neck shit is absolutely not part of the curriculum. A knee diagonally across the shoulder blades is taught in order to get restraints on a combative subject, but once the restraints are applied, you get the fuck off them.

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  226. theshadowedknight says:

    Infantrymen are better trained. Its that simple. Every grunt is trained to a standard that cops are not. That makes them a lot more dangerous. What it comes down to, though, is that cops will do what the left says and soldiers won’t. That means the cops get treated better than soldiers.

    Also, apparently Floyd was on fentanyl, and in zombie mode. They were trying to hold him from hurting himself and keep him restrained at the same time, and they fucked it up. He wasn’t asphyxiated, because he was speaking. The pressure on his carotid artery, with his heart weakness and the drugs is what killed him. Cops should have known better. I would be careful of putting more than a few seconds of pressure on them because its dangerous.

    Its like Rodney King getting his beating. It looks out of control and the cops look like they went way overboard. Until you find out he was on PCP and they were trying to put down a berserker. Floyd was mindlessly aggressive as only a drugged negro can be. You put incompetent police and a coked up pavement ape in a situation like that and you are asking for trouble.

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  227. SFC Ton says:

    I’m pretty sure the fentanyl killed him……. ie China, Mexcio and a black killed him….. or maybe just Mexcio since the cartels are trying to hire chinks, set up labs etc in their own backyard and a black dude…. but that’s pretty much the supply chain right there

    But everything has propaganda value, lies and propaganda are the skypes main tools and the knee on the neck for 8 plus minutes is bad optics

    Especially for a group of people who’s average iq is 85….. one standard deviation away from mental retardation and the us military is forbidden by law to take recruits bellow 80 because at that point it’s impossible to teach a gone anything militarily useful………let that sink in.

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  228. SFC Ton says:

    Infantrymen are better trained. Its that simple. Every grunt is trained to a standard that cops are not.
    ……….

    Notbreally

    Infantry have a comeplelty different job

    A grunt taking POW’s has failed in his primary mission ie killing the enemy. You’re trained to handle POW’s but that like 1% of your training time. Hell searching dead bodies for intell is a more useful skill set then dealing with live POW’s

    A cop killing someone has failed in his primary mission since his primary mission is to take prisoners and what not. They receive way more training on that then grunts.

    Yet the cop has aggressive ROE aginst amercian citizen’s then a grunt does aginst enemy combatants

    The difference is the average grunt isn’t a sack of shit on a power trip. They are good kids with a goo heart who maintain most of their humanity despite dealing with people who mostly want to kill him/ hate him/ rip him off etc etc

    Cops are high on their own vagina fumes, view every no cop as a literal bloody thirsty enemy who wants to kill him on every traffic stop coupled with some weird God/ saviour of civilization complex.

    They are mostly human garbage who will drive home drunk 3 nights a week after giving out DUI’s all shift long. And then brag about it

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  229. Liz says:

    I’d like to believe that Rasmussen report but it seems a little too good to be true.

    A widely read study claiming the use of the antimalarial hydroxychloroquine to treat coronavirus leads to an increased risk of death has been retracted, the study’s publisher said Thursday.
    Hydroxychoroquine will go the mask route.
    First vilified and forbidden, then accepted, then mandatory.
    I suspect once covid is no longer a threat it will become a first line medication

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  230. Liz says:

    Just to add: Folks will simply accept the new reality without questioning.
    Just like they still can’t visit a dying relative in the hospital but feel free to congregate for the “right reasons”
    But the media isn’t manipulating anyone. Nah.

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