So now we have the Chaz collective opporating in Seattle, Washington.  Undoubtedly, a large number of its members are young people, late teens and early twenties.  In normal cases, people of this age have difficulty keeping their mouths shut.  Silence will be needed to make this work.   Message discipline, the narrative, etc. need to be maintained.

Well, this isn’t going to happen.   In days past, your women were taught to keep their mahouts shut, not to gossip and the like.  That surely isn’t the case any more.  It is on steroids with social media and the like.  But it is not just the women; the soy boys are much like the women.  In the days of old, they would be stoic team players (well at least somewhat).

So what will we learn from this?   There is a price to pay for not having your troops be disciplined, particularly in the mouth.  Also, that there just isn’t much difference between soy boys and the women they associate with.

Exit Question: What will the laughingstockness vs. time curve look like for Chaz?

Posted in beta bux, FarmBoy, Politics, Trainwreck
146 comments on “Yak-Yak
  1. theshadowedknight says:

    Its an exponential growth curve. Infinite failure in finite time. If we were going to actually make an equation, it would look something like this:

    (leftists + degeneracy) × e^(time × social media exposure) = fucking cringe.

    Liked by 4 people

  2. okrahead says:

    The exit question depends on the amount of time before typhus, dysentery, hepatitis a, b & c, cholera, tuberculosis and of course bubonic plague break out of CHAZ and into Seattle at large. Maybe ebola too if things go just right.

    Liked by 2 people

  3. okrahead says:

    Oh, and drug resistant syphilis. Don’t forget the syphilis.


  4. Cill says:

    I released this comment from spam. This commenter was gagged for no good reason whatsoever.

    Liked by 1 person

  5. Cill says:

    To his comment I’d like to add:

    If you don’t know by experience you can finish the walk, FFS don’t start the talk.

    Liked by 2 people

  6. Cill says:

    So how do get to you know by experience you can finish the walk first time up? Well you can’t unless…

    Exit question: unless what?

    Liked by 1 person

  7. Cheque d'Out says:

    Don’t know about ‘gagged’, I didn’t do nuffin. I admit that it’s not obvious to me why it would have been disappeared by wormpress. But I didn’t do it

    It would have had to be pretty extreme for me to have deleted it (e.g. risking the blog being deleted), but if I had deleted it, it’d have been permanently deleted.

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  8. Cheque d'Out says:

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  9. Farm Boy says:

    MENLO PARK, CA—A new nonprofit organization is teaming up with app developers to help people of color find and adopt white liberals to speak for them. The program is called Adopt A Voice and will help people of black and brown descent express what they truly desire, think, and mean to say.


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  10. Cheque d'Out says:

    Remember the memes about kids learning awkward facts while being taught at home?

    Apparently not just a meme

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  11. I think if they jammed the WiFi it would be done and over in 30 minutes!

    But yes, this news is getting old… how have we become a society where your plumbing better not be one centimeter off, but you can take over six city blocks w/o any repercussions?

    Liked by 4 people

  12. okrahead says:

    The term is anarcho-tyranny. BLM/Antifa have not taken over part of Seattle against the wishes of the mayor and city council; they have taken over part of Seattle because the mayor and city council approve of them doing so and believe it is in their own best political interest. We saw during the game plan in play during the 2016 Presidential election. In Democrat held territories Antifa was allowed to attack Trump supporters with impunity with the police standing by and watching; law enforcement only got involved if anyone resisted. The Democrats are using BLM and Antifa as their shock troops to consolidate power and silence all opposition, while retaining “plausible deniability” as to their actions since it is not actual agents of the government committing the violence.

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  13. Farm Boy says:

    CHAZ Occupier Suggests ‘Rounding Up All the White People’ into Work Brigades



  14. Farm Boy says:

    But now, an economics professor at Fudan University in Shanghai has come up with another — and, unsurprisingly, controversial — solution: Allow women to have multiple husbands, and they will have multiple babies.



  15. Sharkly says:

    I think my comments may get hung up because the proprietary network I comment from during the workday actively works to try to keep me from sharing things on the internet.

    Liked by 1 person

  16. Farm Boy says:

    JAPAN—You probably knew it by now, but today Toyota officially announced that the Prius is gay. The auto giant said it was long past time to let the public in on the vehicle’s dirty little secret; and the announcement shocked almost nobody.


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  17. Farm Boy says:

    U.S.—A new social justice study Bible will replace all mentions of the word sin with the word “systemic oppression.”

    The Bible, printed by Heir Attic Publishing, aims to ensure Christians realize their real problem isn’t sin but rather systemic oppression stemming from white supremacy and subjugation of marginalized people.

    “We had this problem where people would read the Bible and think that sin was their problem and the gospel was the solution,” said Mark Carl, lead editor on the project. “Then, they had no need of critical theory or any Marxist lines of thought. So, we decided we would help the biblical authors out by explaining what they really meant when they said ‘sin’: the oppression of intersectional groups.”

    Some of the revised passages include the following:

    “For the wages of systemic oppression is death, or at least getting canceled.”

    “If we confess our systemic oppression, he is faithful and just to forgive our systemic oppressions, as long as we do better.”

    “For all have committed systemic oppression and fall short of the glory of God.”

    “He himself bore our systemic oppression in his body on the tree, that we might die to systemic oppression and live to being more woke.”

    The Bible will also include hand clap emojis between every word.


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  18. Cill says:

    Windsor Davies (spawny 1:31pm) was popular down under. He mixed with the locals. Any man who can make fun of himself is popular down here (unless he’s an arsehole of course). In my neck of the woods, those who spent time with Windsor say he was a good bloke.

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  19. Cill says:

    His final there “How’s the soccer season going?” was an unintended insult.

    Liked by 1 person

  20. whiteguy1 says:

    Cill Did y’all lose any dishes with this last shaker? Everyone ok?

    7.4 is not something to sneeze at.

    Plus you live on the beach don’t you? Is there any chance of Tsunami in your AO?

    Liked by 2 people

  21. Cill says:

    Windsor’s visage would make a good avatar I reckon.

    Liked by 2 people

  22. Shouldn’t that be black paint? Black paint is much, much better than white paint.
    White Paint Splatters.

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  23. Sharkly says:

    Regarding my sharing things on the internet:
    I think they are concerned that if I shared some of the dysfunction that normally goes on here, the general public might become agitated and lose confidence in the powers that be, which could then lead certain miscreants in the larger cities to use, whatever the next provocation is, as an excuse to start rioting and looting and attempting to set up their own nation-states. And nobody wants that to happen, do they? 😉

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  24. Cill says:

    7.4 shake? Hell it’s 4:13 am and I didn’t feel anything.I better check it out. Have you heard any more abourt it?

    Liked by 1 person

  25. Cill says:

    I might take a cruise down south and see if I can help out on my boat. Might be absent for a week or 2.

    Liked by 2 people

  26. Cill says:

    My place is on the east coast of the North Island. This shows the centre of the quake.


    By the look of that, I’m right in the line of fire. I’m surprised I didn’t feel it.

    Liked by 2 people

  27. Cill says:

    Oh I thought you meant just now. No probs. It was Tuesday’s quake I think.

    [No I checked with my Gisborne mates and they tell this quake was tonight. The news is confusing. We’re a bit hyper-sensitive re quakes down here -Cill]

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  28. Cill says:

    I’ve checked it out with key men down the coast. Shaken but okay. No need for me to go.

    [Moe ok he is?]

    Liked by 3 people

  29. Cill says:

    There’s no such thing as a perfect paradise on this planet is there? In my case it’s the immediate risk of volcanic eruption or quake or tsunami.

    Liked by 3 people

  30. Cill says:

    I can prepare myself against the mischief of men, but I can’t beat nature.

    Liked by 2 people

  31. Cill says:

    Moe probably felt the quake in the rugged Coromandel.

    Liked by 1 person

  32. Cheque d'Out says:

    Oh this is so sad

    p.s. Go fuck yourself verhofstwat

    Liked by 1 person

  33. Cill says:

    verhofstwat squawks like a dying duck in a thunder storm. What sort of restructuring? What is he on about?

    Liked by 1 person

  34. Cill says:

    Old Moe must be pretty ancient by now. That Moe lived on after his alter ego Colin Meads died is a very strange thing. However Colin was a King Country man whereas Moe hails from the rugged Coromandel. They were not exactly joined at the hip.

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  35. RichardP says:

    No info on the earthquake in the news here. Had to go to this site for info:


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  36. Cheque d'Out says:

    Eh! Waddya gonna do?

    Go for it! Badda Bing

    Liked by 3 people

  37. Cill says:

    To me right now this shaky planet feels small. Third rock from a medium-size star in a galaxy on a collision course with a larger galaxy in a cosmos that might be a small part of something else.

    Liked by 1 person

  38. I thought Italy was broke. Can they actually leave the EU without going into a Great Depression type scenario?


  39. Cheque d'Out says:

    “verhofstwat squawks like a dying duck in a thunder storm. What sort of restructuring? What is he on about?”

    Probably just enough change in the direction of convincing enough of the euro-peons that the EU works for them, as opposed to the reality that it operates to benefit the globalists and other such classes of rich, bent, insane and evil cuntz.

    Liked by 2 people

  40. Cheque d'Out says:

    Headhunter, a recession/depression is probably a given either way. But leaving the EU at least allows a future as more than a slave country to Cherman interests. Greece shows what happens to countries that remain in the 4th Reich

    Liked by 4 people

  41. whiteguy1 says:

    Cill glad to hear that you and your crew are alright. M7+’s are enough to crack the plaster and cause loaded beer bottles to tumble!

    Liked by 4 people

  42. Cill says:

    whiteguy thanks for the heads up, otherwise I wouldn’t have known about it until the country wakes up this morning (it’s still early 6:28 am)

    Liked by 1 person

  43. I’m more than fine with the EU breaking up, I was just wondering how they’re going to handle it financially. I’m also wondering if it will mean repatriation of all the “refugees” currently there.

    Liked by 3 people

  44. Cheque d'Out says:

    I long ago decided that I wanted out, no matter what the cost. Because any such concern is just an invitation for the euro-loons to escalate Project Fear. I don’t even listen to their shit because they lie like they breathe.

    So I hope that Italy leaves the EU but it’s all down to them. Same as Greece. Greece used to be a cheap holiday destination (‘cheap’ is not derogatory in the UK, it just means inexpensive or maybe, ideally, good value for money). They should dump the Euro and have a financial policy that suits their country, not Germany.

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  45. Tom the Maori says:

    Good morning to Spawny and Farm Boy and the internet whanau. Ruaumoko moves the ground and shakes it.

    Liked by 7 people

  46. Cheque d'Out says:

    The sweary video on the subject

    Liked by 1 person

  47. Cill says:

    Now Askimet has taken to spamming Tom and Bloom. Bloom’s is now at 3:32 pm.


  48. Cill says:

    I hope you good folks don’t think we are doing this (spawny, FB and me). It’s Askimet wot dunnit.

    Liked by 3 people

  49. Cheque d'Out says:

    Bit odd. I haven’t touched any settings in well over a year.


  50. Cheque d'Out says:

    All this earthquake and tsunami stuff smacks of exhibitionism, in my opinion. Nobody where I live does that sort of thing…today we’re settling for endless rain.

    (hope everyone is well and there’s no damage)

    Liked by 4 people

  51. Tom the Maori says:

    Thank you for all the good work on spawny space. My mates and myself much respect it. I remind myself to thank you. We don’t say much. We aqre here. We read. We are not a talkative type of men.

    Liked by 5 people

  52. Gunner Q says:

    Dude, that Aunt Karen syrup bottle ain’t funny. I can’t tolerate her until my second cup of morning D-GAF.

    Liked by 2 people

  53. What I heard is that Greece got themselves in trouble with the early retirements, people generally not paying their taxes, hairdressers getting hazard pay for having to work with hair dyes kind of nuttiness.

    But I’m don’t really know what the actual score is. It’s not like our news is worth a shit. Can be fun to watch some of their news coverage on y-tube when their pols get into fistfights on the news.

    Liked by 4 people

  54. theshadowedknight says:

    Trouble with the comment system? Is the spam filter getting people it shouldn’t get? Wonder whats up with that. Maybe they took notice of your blog.

    Liked by 3 people

  55. Tom the Maori says:

    Spawny we have no damage. The people we look after are unharmed. I hope you are well in England brother. I hope the weather is good. It wasn’t good when I was there. That is enough words from me. It is tiring for this dumb hori! UI don’t know how you fellas do it. Farewell brothers.
    I’m still here reading. (;

    Liked by 6 people

  56. Cill says:

    Onya Tombro

    Liked by 2 people

  57. Cill says:

    Yeah there are signs that this blog might be under scrutiny.

    Liked by 2 people

  58. Cill says:

    Farewell from me too, for now.

    Liked by 3 people

  59. Cheque d'Out says:

    It makes me very happy that the words here help you guys. You’re welcome to join in anytime

    Liked by 2 people

  60. Ame says:

    good to see Tom the Maori, and very grateful all are well re the quake.

    haven’t seen Ton in a few … hope he’s on the seas or riding and doing well 🙂

    Liked by 2 people

  61. Farm Boy says:



    [Know this I did not]

    Liked by 3 people

  62. Farm Boy says:

    WASHINGTON, D.C.—Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez made a bold vow today: to remain silent until racism is ended forever.


    Liked by 2 people

  63. Farm Boy says:

    Brace yourself before diving in, because this is one of the worst newspaper articles of all time. Between the elite media navel-gazing, the smug sanctimony of the cancelers, the absurd one-sidedness of the narrative structure, the spirit of revenge taken to an odious extreme, it’s hard not to come away feeling nauseated. Unfortunately, it’s so emblematic of the rising dual trends of activist journalism and unforgiving progressivism that I’m going to go into some detail here.



  64. Farm Boy says:

    Even the progressive Democratic mayor of Portland thinks what the Democratic leadership up in Seattle is allowing to take place in the city is absurd



  65. Farm Boy says:

    Atlanta Mayor Acknoweldges Police Morale Is ‘Down Ten-Fold,’ Begs Officers To Return To Work After Walkout



  66. Farm Boy says:

    Many of us cons are furious that Trump is “doing nothing.” This is the wrong thing to think. Trump is only doing nothing if this is a kinetic operation; because this is an information operation, not going kinetic (sending in the troops) is doing something. And in fact, Trump is employing the law enforcement component of his kinetic assets by having the feds wait and arrest Antifa types after the protests end, and hitting them with hardcore federal rioting-related charges. Previously, they would get ticketed and released; now, looking at a five-to-ten stretch, the lawyers their daddies hired to get these sunshine anarchists out of their beefs are going to be advising them to roll over so they can start back up at Cornell in September and not at Leavenworth.

    Trump can and should let Seattle’s problem be Seattle’s problem. A small-scale riot in a peripheral city known for coffee, drizzle, and droning, garbage music is the very definition of a local problem. Why would Trump interject himself into it and relieve the mayor and governor of the consequences of their failure to keep order? Why would he stop them from showing the electorate exactly what the reeking cesspool they could expect after Gropey Joe defunds the police looks like?


    Liked by 3 people

  67. Farm Boy says:

    Michigan barber Karl Manke, 77, had his license restored after the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs suspended it after he cut hair during Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s lockdown.


    Liked by 1 person

  68. Farm Boy says:

    Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler had the cops clear out an “autonomous zone” that a mob just happened to be building in his neighborhood. Wheeler might be the biggest squish of a mayor after Seattle’s Jenny Durkan, but he wasn’t about to become a resident of an autonomous zone built by extremists outside his condo.



  69. I wonder if the EU will become a game of who can get out before everyone else sticks them w the bill? Yikes!

    Liked by 3 people

  70. Farm Boy says:

    Numerous Seattle residents living near the Capitol Hill Organized Protest zone (CHOP) that has been taken over by Black Lives Matter demonstrators say they are scared and fear for their safety.



  71. Farm Boy says:

    Disclaimer: this happened 2 hours ago, and I’m still recovering from the shock as all my valuables have been stolen.

    Came back from a walk to my tent and all my valuable items are gone. My laptop (16 Inch MBP), power banks, Cash of ~$400 and an entire bag pack with my week’s supplies are now gone.

    I completely zipped up my tent before leaving it, but please don’t take for granted and lock it up, or bring your valuables with you


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  72. Farm Boy says:

    Earlier this week, a local business owner said that police refused to respond to his pleas for help — including six separate calls to 911 — after a mob from CHOP descended on his shop because he’d caught a member of the demonstration attempting to burglarize and set fires

    Other residents told local media that they’re “scared” to return to their Capitol Hill homes and frustrated with the city’s decision to allow the protest to continue.

    “We’re not even here most of the time. I’m scared to live here. It’s just not conducive,” one resident said. “What you want from a home is a stress-free environment. You want to be able to sleep well, you want to feel comfortable and we just don’t feel comfortable right now.”



  73. h0neyc0mb says:

    Sounds like a healthy dose of reality for these limo-seen liberals commie-nests ..

    DILIGAF .. + .. ZFG .. = .. Have a nice big cup of .. STFU!

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  74. JPF says:

    My laptop (16 Inch MBP), power banks, Cash of ~$400 and an entire bag pack with my week’s supplies are now gone.

    Two thoughts. Maybe this person has led a very sheltered life, where other people could be trusted to respect everyone around him. This can lead us to being naive about the danger posed by others. At times I to o have been overly trusting; I consistently try to treat others well and assumed others would similarly respect me.

    Other thought is perhaps this person did not earn the items they lost. I work for what I have and know how long I had to work to acquire it. I cannot imagine leaving $400 in cash and a laptop unattended in a tent. The food, maybe; it might have been heavy to carry around. But how heavy is $400 in cash?
    The victim claims they are in shock, so maybe they do value what they had… but this still seems odd to me. I am wondering if he/she is someone accustomed to having their parents provide whatever he/she wants, and therefore does not value things.

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  75. Farm Boy says:

    Support grows for UCLA prof suspended for not giving preferential treatment to black students



  76. Farm Boy says:

    Fox News host Tucker Carlson reported the stepmother of the former Atlanta police officer charged with fatally shooting Rayshard Brooks last week has been fired from her job


    Liked by 1 person

  77. Farm Boy says:

    Oakland Mayor Launches Hate Crime Probe Into ‘Nooses’ In Trees. Black Man Says It’s Exercise Equipment He Put There



  78. Farm Boy says:

    Indians use Winnie the Pooh to taunt ‘lookalike’ President Xi over border clashes after China banned cartoon bear


    Liked by 1 person

  79. theshadowedknight says:

    The cops leaving left wing cities to burn and left wingers to be preyed upon is good. They wanted this, let them have it, good and hard. Atlanta is looking to burn soon, as the cops have pretty much all fucked off. That means that all those nice, liberal white folks are either going to have to start gunning up and shooting their pavement ape pets or die. Either way is fine by me.

    If a bunch of left wingers get fucked up by the diversity they have been using against us, good. Trump shouldn’t send in the military, he should let it play out as an object lesson. You want diversity, fuckers? Here you go. The right needs to stop rescuing the left from themselves. Make their virtue signalling cost them.

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  80. Cill says:

    I commented above that this blog might be under scrutiny. To be clear about it: it is under scrutiny.

    Liked by 5 people

  81. Cill says:

    Spawny is most at risk for 2 reasons:
    1. the creator of the blog.
    2. the country he lives in. I posted about this here:

    I would delete comments that contain “hate” words, but have run with the right to free speech here. If the hate words continue I’ll pull out of this blog.

    Liked by 2 people

  82. h0neyc0mb says:

    All (non-pc blogs) are ..

    As a reminder WORDPRESS is not shy about “un-personing you” ..

    We’ve been warned (e.g. other sites getting shutdown).

    Act accordingly.

    Liked by 4 people

  83. h0neyc0mb says:

    Oh .. so it’s the CPS yenz are talkin’ bout ..

    Gotcha now.

    Liked by 1 person

  84. Cill says:

    Yes being un-personed is one thing, going to jail for a “hate crime” (or crime in your head according to the perception of your accuser) is another.

    Liked by 1 person

  85. Cill says:

    I hate to sound like a salesman, but anyone in doubt about this should read the post I linked at 8:29 pm above.


  86. theshadowedknight says:

    We need to use code words or drop it altogether? Because we can’t really talk about the recent unpleasantness if we can’t talk about the ones doing it.


  87. h0neyc0mb says:

    To be clear ..

    They (e.g. CPS .. et al) are only per-say-cute-ing one side ..

    And we all know which side that is .. don’t we ..

    Allz I gotz to say to’em is .. BFYTW!


  88. Cill says:


    Facebook, twitter, google and at least a dozen others (including govt agencies) get instant info on everything we do in WordPress. This happens because WordPress allows it. There are govt-authorized databases that collect and track all hate words – the “n” word obviously (they also track my abbreviation of it right there) and “pavement ape” etc. I agree with freedom of speech but not the use of such words.

    Ironically, I have informants of my own. They tell me the identities of users of hate words are recorded, as are people associated with them. My own identity is recorded because of words others have used here, not my own words. Spawny’s and FB’s identities will certainly be in the database as well.

    The hate words like the two I mentioned above are pretty obvious. It’s easy to avoid them.

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  89. theshadowedknight says:

    h0neyc0mb, I know they are biased. The sword of justice only has one edge these days. We are on the side it cuts.

    Cill, I know they watch everything, but are they starting to act on it? I am not looking to get you all in trouble. I know I am tracked because of my past work, so I didn’t worry about lists.


  90. theshadowedknight says:

    Regardless, I’ll be more circumspect with my language in the future.

    Liked by 1 person

  91. Cill says:

    Between 8:29 pm UK time and now 7 of you have read “Feminism Flouts the Separation of Powers”. Good.


  92. Cill says:

    TSK Spawny is at the greatest risk because he’s in the UK. IMO the threat of prosecution is getting more real by the day. On top of that, once a name and purported “hate crime” go into a Compass CMS database in the CPS, they stay there. You know how these things work. It affects applications for employment, job securitry, attitudes of Police etc toward you (ref Tommy Robinson). It’s a recipe for persecution.

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  93. Cill says:

    A couple more things, then I’ll drop the subject:

    The “hate crime” of the administrators here is by association. It’s not direct. If the loonies are going to prosecute everyone who is in that position they will have to prosecute millions. It’s best not to give them the ammo in the first place. They get more loonie and more control every day. We don’t need to play into their hands.

    When I say a lot of shady outfits follow everything we do on WordPress I mean it literally. Every keystroke, every click of the mouse.

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  94. the “hate crime” of the administrators here is by association.

    Yep, Zero Hedge and the Federalist got demonetized by Gulag for nasty thought criminals in their comments sections. Once the Federalist removed their comments sections (and the ability of ALL commenters to voice an opinion) they were back in Gulag’s good graces.

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  95. Cill says:

    I just released KH 10:38 pm from spam.

    Liked by 1 person

  96. JPF says:

    If the loonies are going to prosecute everyone who is in that position they will have to prosecute millions.

    That may be true, but remember Cill that they do not prosecute everyone equally. They absolutely can ignore some and aggressively pursue others. Remember the uproar when the media learned UK police chose for months/years to ignore the sexual crimes of a bunch of muslim people against young girls? Rotterham or something? I can’t remember the location in the UK.

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  97. whiteguy1 says:

    I don’t know what y’all are talking about? Those people we see on the news are just joggers you know, out jogging.
    Personally I don’t like joggers, or jogging in general, and those that jog in groups, it’s all questionable how much long term benefit you get from jogging especially at night.

    I am more of a lifting kind of guy, I like steel and iron.

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  98. Cill says:

    JPF it was a number of cities in the UK. The first I remember was Rotherham.


  99. Sharkly says:

    Just being here with you racists is tarnishing my snow-white reputation. 😉
    By the way, I’m identifying as Black today, on Juneteenth, and your site is offensive to me, for sharing the truth about my people’s generalized behavior.

    In other news I got thrown into moderation and had my comments pulled today at “PA World & Times” They are supposed to discuss race openly there, and they often say things about Blacks that are NOT P.C. However, when the site administer posts proudly about his Polish heritage, you are apparently not allowed to tell Polack Jokes!

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  100. Farm Boy says:

    U. Central Florida Prof Under Investigation and Police Protection for Tweets About ‘Black Privilege’

    “Black privilege is real: Besides affirm. action, special scholarships and other set asides, being shielded from legitimate criticism is a privilege.”


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  101. Farm Boy says:

    Popular Mechanics magazine has come under fire after publishing a detailed guide on toppling monuments.

    “Bring that sucker down without anyone getting hurt,” the article posted Monday encourages readers, promising the best advice on “how to topple a statue using science.”



  102. Farm Boy says:

    we again replicated the positive relationship between cognitive ability and supporting freedom of speech for all groups across the ideological spectrum.

    Moreover, … we found evidence that higher levels of Intellectual Humility could explain the relationship between cognitive ability and free speech support. In other words, those with higher cognitive ability might support principles of free speech because of their greater independence of intellect and ego, openness to revise their viewpoints, respect for others’ viewpoints, and lack of intellectual overconfidence.

    The series of studies suggest that cognitive ability is related to support for freedom of speech for groups across the ideological spectrum. These results do not mean that people with higher cognitive abilities are free speech absolutists…. The results do suggest, however, that individuals with higher cognitive ability are more appreciative of the free flow of divergent ideas by groups at various places on the ideological spectrum … even when these groups voice ideas that they don’t like.


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  103. Farm Boy says:

    Though the move was apparently made by Quaker Oats to be racially sensitive, Larnell Evans Sr., a great-grandson of “Aunt Jemima,” is not pleased at all with the erasure of his great-grandmother’s legacy.

    “This is an injustice for me and my family,” Evans, 66, told Patch reporter Mark Konkol. “This is part of my history, sir. “



  104. Farm Boy says:

    LONDON (Reuters) – Johnson & Johnson has decided to stop selling skin-whitening creams popular in Asia and the Middle East, it said on Friday, after such products have come under renewed social pressure in recent weeks amid a global debate about racial inequality



  105. Farm Boy says:

    Dreyer’s Grand Ice Cream has decided to change the name and marketing scheme of its Eskimo Pies


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  106. Farm Boy says:

    “One thing I would note, and I think it’s just very important especially as we go into the weekend and we begin to look at some of the news coverage out there, is that I would encourage all of you to cover the protests in the same way that you cover the rallygoers,” McEnany said. “It’s really quite something when you look at this extraordinary video by Media Research Center and Newsbusters where you have multiple hosts on MSNBC, CNN, and CBS boasting about the ‘massive crowd, I mean massive, tens of thousands of people, thousands and thousands, up to 200,000 people,’ they exuberantly exclaim, but then they have grave concerns about the size of the Trump rallies.”


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  107. Farm Boy says:

    ‘I Told You So,’ Whispers Ghostly Image Of George Orwell Hovering Over Nation


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  108. h0neyc0mb says:

    He’s in th cooler .. 🤪

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  109. Farm Boy says:

    The United Nations faced widespread backlash on Friday after its Office at Geneva defended Antifa, a far-left extremist organization that President Donald Trump has sought to designate as a terrorist organization, from allegations that it is a domestic terrorist organization.



  110. Farm Boy says:

    Education Secretary Betsy DeVos sounded off on Democrats in an interview published this week, calling presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden a “total hypocrite” for wanting the presumption of innocence for himself but not male college students accused of sexual assault on campus



  111. Farm Boy says:

    Former National Security Advisor Susan Rice said Friday that President Donald Trump and those who supported him in the Senate should be sent to the “trash heap of history.”



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