RBG And Hillary


It has been reported by family members that Ruth Bader-Ginsburg did not retire during the Obama Administration because she wanted Hillary to appoint a replacement. She was already advanced in age with several bouts of cancer behind her. Apparently she was very confident that Hillary would win. In this, she probably could be forgiven; as the correct people were all confident that she would. Trump had almost no newspaper endorsements or endorsements of any kind from people/institutions that mattered. But he won, which should have made the liberal types examine their assumptions, but apparently little of such ever happened.

Here is a question: how important would it be to have you Supreme Court seat appointed by a woman? Is there some super extra amount of pride there? Is it about being on stage with the first woman president as it happens? Perhaps there is something to this.

But consider what was at stake. The lefty types try to make Supreme Court into a Supra-Legislature, where an unelected body makes dictates that the country must follow. In reality, the Supreme Court is supposed to accountable to the Constitution, but for the lefty side, this Constitution is living breathing and whatever they want it to be. The way of operating is a big-time aspect of their nefarious plans, perhaps even the cornerstone, as their ideas are normally too stupid to be enacted by legislative means.

Why risk it? Is the shining moment of pride worth that? Considering it further, would any self-respecting person want to be on stage with Hillary? Bill never seems comfortable with it; something that many can understand. Perhaps I am reaching here, but it seems that fellas are more about get-R-done and less about ceremonies. Is it the guys who are into weddings? Was it a man who presented Luke and Han with medals? Tell if you agree or disagree.

Exit question — Was Han employing ZFG to capture Leia?

Posted in FarmBoy, Feminism, Han, Politics
168 comments on “RBG And Hillary
  1. horsemanbombadil says:

    Explains alot.

    Worth the wait to the end, a.k.a. how the slut got her name.

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  2. Farm Boy says:

    Perhaps this is appropriate

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  3. horsemanbombadil says:

    Larry, Ton and Ame walk into a breakfast bar.

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  4. Larry G says:

    Oookay horseman
    Timeout for you until you can play well with others….lol! Funny!

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  5. Ame says:

    LOLOL!!!

    i’m honored to be in such company … Larry and Ton, not the actors in the clip 😉

    [Difficult to see her boob status it was]

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  6. Liz says:

    Did RBG want to wait for Hillary to pick a new Supreme Court Justice…
    or did Hillary want RBG to wait for her to pick a new justice?

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  7. Liz says:

    Pretty funny write up (also, spot on).
    https://thediplomad.blogspot.com/2020/09/rbg-rip.html

    The Dems will wheel out the tired arguments about not naming a Justice during an election year–unless, of course, a Democrat is in the White House. The Republicans, I hope, will cite RBG herself,

    When asked if the Senate should consider then-President Barack Obama’s nominee, Merrick Garland, Ginsburg said, “That’s their job,” the New York Times reported. “There’s nothing in the Constitution that says the president stops being president in his last year,” Ginsburg added.
    So, do the head count, if the Senate votes exist, then move on. Let the Dem mob riot in the street, that’s what they do best.

    Now, let’s turn to RBG herself.

    We see her held up as an icon, described–even by President Trump–as “amazing.” We have a true intellectual giant such as Meghan Markle, the Royal High Grand Duchess of Cupcakes and NetFlix or whatever, telling us mortals, from her mega-mansion on the California coast, that RBG, “has been a true inspiration to me since I was a girl. Honor her, remember her, act for her.”

    Yeah, right . . . as if Her Royal Cupcakeness had heard of RBG before some PR flack wrote that blather for her. No word from defrocked Prince Harry as to whether RBG inspired him to become a little girl . . .

    OK, fine, but, sorry, at the risk of seeming cruel and uncouth, might we ask for proof of that judicial greatness?

    I see lots of puff pieces and hagiographies, e.g., here, but they come off rather skimpy when listing her achievements as a Justice.

    OK, I got it: she favored killing unborn children and “promoting” women, but other than that? What?

    Just a thought.

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  8. horsemanbombadil says:

    Ha! What I do to your timeout!

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  9. horsemanbombadil says:

    Ha! What I say to your timeout!

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  10. Farm Boy says:

    I wonder if Hillary called RBG to the carpet as a result of this. Probably it wasn’t a penetrating interview

    [Wonder if rubbed her the wrong way she did I do]

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  11. Sharkly says:

    “Here is a question: how important would it be to have your Supreme Court seat appointed by a woman? Is there some super extra amount of pride there?”

    I once heard Rush Limbaugh say that liberals prefer “Symbolism over Substance”.
    As a little experiment I want to find out how many of you were listening to that same show on that same day. If you also heard him say that phrase, like my comment.

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  12. okrahead says:

    Waiting on a woman means you will be a loser every time…… If you are a winner the woman waits on you.

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  13. okrahead says:

    Stephen Breyer is 82. No special reason I mentioned that.

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  14. RichardP says:

    Under the heading of folks aren’t always what they say they are:

    Some comments from a thread. Link to that thread is at the bottom.

    Beging Quote: Would a woman positioned and willing to be selected for the SCOTUS be a socially conservative woman?

    No, she would not be that. She would be a product of social progressivism. Had conservatism rather then progressivism prevailed over the last fifty years she would not be where she is. That she is positioned as a plausible – and preferred – candidate for the Supreme Court is a contradiction of social conservatism.

    Let’s stop kidding ourselves about where we are and about what party or politician is going to do anything about it.

    Your point about the republican party’s commitment to conservatism is granted. Too many so called conservatives are socially liberal when it comes to roles for women in society.

    I predict that the angle of attack on ACB will be that she has said she believes in traditional marriage where the wife is submissive to her husband, and that she said she sees the purpose of her legal work as promoting God’s kingdom on earth. In other words they will go after her traditional brand of Catholicism and they will say that–even apart from the abortion issue–she may not support equal rights for women as regards matrimonial and employment law. I have no idea how she might rule on anything other than abortion. But does a woman with a strong belief in traditional marriage have seven children at home (from 7 to 18) while she and her husband work as federal judges? She may be, at least in practice, more socially progressive than both her supporters and detractors suspect!

    And does a woman with a strong belief in traditional marriage have two last names?

    If she is if fact nominated and confirmed and IF she then does not support the kind of law that paved her own non-traditional path, the hypocrisy will not be lost on progressives; it should not be lost on conservatives either. We should be concerned that such a contradiction would not be lost on her. End Quote.

    Some things are mutually exclusive. That is, if one exists, the other cannot. Seems like someone forgot to mention that to Ms. Barrett

    https://dougwils.com/books-and-culture/s7-engaging-the-culture/letters-5-12-20-2-2-2-2-12-4.html#comments

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  15. Cheque d'Out says:

    I, Mustardmit, that I am not a fan of the uber-cucky but what if we select the most diverse candidate evah, the progressives will look dumb! And we win! argument.

    At the point that this is said, you’ve already lost. IMHO. You’re conceding that you’re picking via their criteria rather than competence and suitability. Not what I call a victory, just saying there Donald.

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  16. I don’t recall giving permission for my circa lat 60’s image to used.

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  17. https://amgreatness.com/2020/09/23/women-are-not-ok/

    “A healthy regime, seeing widespread insanity among its women, would ask “Why”?”

    “I try not to watch videos that extremely socially maladjusted people have recorded of themselves crying in their cars. They seem to go viral too often. And too often, the subjects are women: women who earnestly believe that abortion is fundamental to female flourishing. Women whose nature has been thwarted, disassembled, and denied by a political environment that opposes family formation in every imaginable way. Women whose consumption of spiritually subversive content on the internet is so out of control that they think public demonstrations of extreme emotional incontinence count as a legitimate form of discourse.

    A person could spend all day on the internet, entertaining himself with the spectacle of widespread mental illness and antisocial ugliness, especially among woke women. One would never want for material. But delighting in their misery is neither charitable nor productive.

    However detestable, these women are deeply pitiable. Their vitriol says far more than they imagine; they are hurting crazy.

    A series of viral videos is not the only indication that women are not OK. Statistical analysis indicates ever-increasing mass singleness, loneliness, mental illness, prescription drug abuse, alcoholism, obesity, and chosen infertility among American females.

    blah, blah, blah…

    blah, blah, blah…

    Ironically, the Terminally Online girls crying about Ruth Bader Ginsberg on Twitter owe much of their predicament to her for helping to instantiate this radically distorted view of the human person into law. Women have been working against nature ever since, and we aren’t any better for our effort.

    Well, let’s see. The current regime is filled with crazy women. Maybe criminally insane would be a better label for some of them, but “insane” is still the crux of the matter. Many other powerful people/entities benefit from from having these insane women in positions of influence and authority, otherwise it wouldn’t happen.

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  18. Liz says:

    From Richard’s link, above:
    Beging Quote: Would a woman positioned and willing to be selected for the SCOTUS be a socially conservative woman?
    No, she would not be that. She would be a product of social progressivism. Had conservatism rather then progressivism prevailed over the last fifty years she would not be where she is. That she is positioned as a plausible – and preferred – candidate for the Supreme Court is a contradiction of social conservatism.
    Let’s stop kidding ourselves about where we are and about what party or politician is going to do anything about it.

    I tend to agree.
    But at the end of the day in the real world we’re left with better or worse choices, not perfect choices.

    (As a side note, sometimes exceptions happen. I’ve heard the same thing about military leadership. It’s generally true but every once in a while there are pleasant surprises. The JAG at the last base was very fair, very conservative, and helped a lot of men out of allegations that probably would have stuck elsewhere….as a white male conservative he was on the track to nowhere but Mike ensured he at least made Colonel and will probably continue on)

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  19. Larry G says:

    KHH, from the article….

    “A person could spend all day on the internet, entertaining himself with the spectacle of widespread mental illness and antisocial ugliness, especially among woke women. One would never want for material. But delighting in their misery is neither charitable nor productive.
    However detestable, these women are deeply pitiable. Their vitriol says far more than they imagine; they are hurting crazy.”

    um, no. I cannot pity any creature, human or not, that is rabid. The diseased ones must be removed from the herd or the infection merely spreads. This shit is all self inflicted, let the cunts die off.

    “Well, let’s see. The current regime is filled with crazy women. Maybe criminally insane would be a better label for some of them, but “insane” is still the crux of the matter. Many other powerful people/entities benefit from from having these insane women in positions of influence and authority, otherwise it wouldn’t happen.”

    This US of A is on a terminal ballistic trajectory to destruction and it’s accelerating, IMO no person or group can stop it.

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  20. Liz says:

    Just to add, FWIW, he fired a black female commander to put that guy in there.
    Which was probably the first career set back she had ever had.

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  21. Cheque d'Out says:

    A person could spend all day on the internet, entertaining himself with the spectacle of widespread mental illness and antisocial ugliness, especially among woke women. One would never want for material. But delighting in their misery is neither charitable nor productive.

    Well…
    a) shaming used to work. It might still work if the shaming is from other women.
    b) women don’t give a shit about men suffering, as a feminist, I believe that we should return the favour. I did not make her like that. I didn’t start that fire so don’t expect me to take on an increased load (again) in a hopeless attempt to improve her lot. It’s hopeless because at the end of the day, she has to want to get better.
    c) laughing at their lunacy might cause others to realise that being a lunatic is not something to be emulated.
    d) To slightly bend a famous Thatcher quote; You cuck if you want to, this man is not for cucking. Cucking encourages their lunacy as it furnishes them with attention, sympathy, more resources and DRAMA

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  22. Cheque d'Out says:

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  23. Ame says:

    We love Mike!

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  24. Farm Boy says:

    Just to add, FWIW, he fired a black female commander to put that guy in there.
    Which was probably the first career set back she had ever had

    I can believe the “career setback” thing. Boy, can I believe it

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  25. Farm Boy says:

    Biden, Harris Stoke Racial Tension Amid Riots: ‘Never Stop Speaking Breonna’s Name’

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/biden-harris-stoke-racial-tension-amid-riots-never-stop-speaking-breonnas-name

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  26. Farm Boy says:

    Projection

    Pelosi: Trump Is ‘Bereft of Patriotism’…

    She really is the worst person in the world

    https://www.weaselzippers.us/456402-pelosi-trump-is-bereft-of-patriotism/

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  27. Farm Boy says:

    Sleepy Joe Biden just closed down his campaign for the day (Again). Wants to rest! He is a very LOW ENERGY INDIVIDUAL, and our Country cannot make it in these exciting, but complex and competitive times, with a Low Energy President !!!

    — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 24, 2020

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  28. Farm Boy says:

    I thought back to my days as a sixties anti-war protestor, being caught up in the crowds yelling “Off the pig!” The joke then was what we would do if someone broke into our apartments with no cops available. “Call a hippie!” was the supposedly jocular response.

    In truth, in those days few of us thought badly of the police (with the exception, of course, of the extremist Kathy Boudin/Weather Underground-types who killed them). It was all kind of a game to us, stupid, juvenile and pointless as it was, not to mention politically reactionary. The police were and are the working class, not the privileged college kids then attacking them.

    Today, things are very different and multiple times worse, making the sixties indeed seem like child’s play.

    As I type this, yet another cop is reported as being shot in Louisville, making two, the same number as were shot just the other day in L.A., with no one apprehended.

    All this after it was made clear that in the Breonna Taylor case, the one all the Louisville madness is supposed to be about, the police did not break in on her apartment with a “no-knock” entry, and her drug-dealer boyfriend they were seeking admittedly opened fire first. And yet a cop, who was defending an already wounded buddy, got indicted. Go figure.

    https://m.theepochtimes.com/bullets-over-louisville_3512447.html

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  29. Farm Boy says:

    Oh wow, I didn’t see this coming.

    Three USPS mail trays containing completed absentee ballots were found sitting in a ditch outside of Appleton, Wisconsin.

    https://notthebee.com/article/trays-of-mail-containing-absentee-ballots-found-in-the-ditch-out-in-very-red-rural-wisconsin

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  30. Farm Boy says:

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  31. Farm Boy says:

    The UK’s Chief Scientific Adviser Sir Patrick Vallance has hundreds of thousands of pounds worth of shares in a company that has been contracted to develop a coronavirus vaccine for the government, a report has revealed.

    https://summit.news/2020/09/25/report-uk-chief-scientific-adviser-owns-600000-worth-of-shares-in-covid-vaccine-manufacturer/

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  32. We are being forced to not only tolerate, but celebrate freaks and weirdos? It’s the antithesis of how a functioning society behaves.

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  33. Liz says:

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  34. Cheque d'Out says:

    Makes the F117 look like a Model T

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  35. Liz says:

    We are being forced to not only tolerate, but celebrate freaks and weirdos?

    Not just celebrate, but actually fund freaks and weirdos.

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  36. Larry G says:

    “We are being forced to not only tolerate, but celebrate freaks and weirdos?”

    Culling the herd is a requirement. The time for civil debate has long past.

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  37. Liz says:

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  38. Larry G says:

    I do like Bulgarian people…also Hungary, Romania, Moldova and Belarus..just a few of the EE countries that still have their shit together.

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  39. Cill says:

    It’s not your bike though, KH. Yours was more of a ball-breaker as I recall.

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  40. theshadowedknight says:

    I wouldn’t trust shit about new aircraft. Look at the mess that is the F-35. This is what you get when you engineering team has to concern itself with diversity, inclusion, etc, instead of actual engineering.

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  42. Cill says:

    I agree with your quote 2:20 pm BTW. For its own sake, all humanity needs to hear it. There are a lot of factors bringing down civilization, but this is the sine qua non. The rest of it wouldn’t amount to much otherwise.

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  43. So I have a new approach — I am praying the Lord will send leagues of angels to cities like Portland and Seattle and Louisville to bombard the lost with non-stop worship and praise music and messages of salvation. Somehow the idea of the goonies running away, fleeing, because it’s become like a church concert at level 10 and they can’t take it brings me joy. Hopefully some will see the light in the process. Turn it up, Lord!!! 🤣

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  44. On topic…. they never thought she would lose, despite all the signs to the contrary!

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  45. Cull, consider it a multi-pronged attack! I don’t know why I did not think of it months ago! 😂

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  46. Cill I mean (damn you, autocorrect!)

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  47. Ame says:

    Bloom, when my girls were itty bitty, we had a baby sitter who had gone on a mission trip to LA. they spent one day in a park, praying and casting out demons. when night fell, the ‘regulars’ began coming, and the team heard things like, “Man, our power’s gone. Let’s leave this place!”

    i’ve never forgotten that.

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  48. Ame says:

    2 Kings 6:15 And when the servant of the man of God arose early and went out, there was an army, surrounding the city with horses and chariots. And his servant said to him, “Alas, my master! What shall we do?”

    16 So he answered, “Do not fear, for those who are with us are more than those who are with them.” 17 And Elisha prayed, and said, “Lord, I pray, open his eyes that he may see.” Then the Lord opened the eyes of the young man, and he saw. And behold, the mountain was full of horses and chariots of fire all around Elisha. 18 So when the Syrians came down to him, Elisha prayed to the Lord, and said, “Strike this people, I pray, with blindness.” And He struck them with blindness according to the word of Elisha.

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  49. Ame, that’s an awesome tale and I 100% believe it! I hope we see the same in all these cities experiencing unrest! I may not be able to be a warrior (like physically battle) but I can be a prayer warrior! 💕❤️💕

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  50. Liz says:

    The F35 is a pig but I don’t know about the “diversity” of their engineering team or how it played a role. Those are the same folks who created the F22. The F35 just had to be all things to all branches, with only one engine…and it had to be exportable too.

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  51. Wouldn’t that be something if suddenly all these goon start showing up at the doctor, complaining the ringing in their ears just won’t quit? Lol. 🤣

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  52. Liz says:

    Heh, just reading up on Lockheed’s team of women engineers and the F35.
    I might stand corrected.

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  53. Gunner Q says:

    “How U.S. is surging ahead in the development of 6th generation fighter while Russia and China are struggling with 5th generation one?”

    Because 1. the plans they stole are written in English and 2. their brass aren’t 110% invested in air superiority precision bombing.

    Alternatively, perhaps we reverse engineered why our frigates keep ramming kilometer-length container ships on the open sea. Do they have stealth technology too?

    The American military. Unstoppable until Tonisha’s next promotion.

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  54. b g says:

    Mansplaining ;-D

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  55. theshadowedknight says:

    Gunner, I’d not shit too hard on Russian aeronautics. Whats the biggest difference in aeronautics between Russia and America? The Russians can put men into space, and America cannot. We never fought a real peer war with the F-22 so there is no idea of how it would hold up, and the F-35 is a mess. Why would they steal our engineering, except as a way to check for mistakes.

    “So, we build it like this.”
    “Sir, the Americans have their components built that way, too.”
    “Fuck! Alright, boys, back to the drawing boards.”

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  56. Farm Boy says:

    SACRAMENTO, CA—Gavin Newsom, governor of the state with the highest people-to-electricity ratio in the nation, banned gasoline cars yesterday via executive order. The order takes effect in 2035, meaning by that time, everyone in the state with no electricity will only be able to plug in their cars to the power grid that does not work

    https://babylonbee.com/news/state-with-no-electricity-orders-everyone-to-drive-cars-that-run-on-electricity

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  57. Farm Boy says:

    On Thursday, speaking at a White House press briefing, White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany said she could confirm that ballots for President Trump were found “cast aside” in Pennsylvania.

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/watch-mcenany-i-can-confirm-ballots-for-trump-were-cast-aside-in-pennsylvania

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  58. It’s not your bike though, KH. Yours was more of a ball-breaker as I recall.

    I’ve had many, MANY rides through my life. I have 4 bicycles right now (for some reason). An old steel 10 speed, 2 tri-bikes, and a 29’er mountain bike.

    The Big Wheel was a lot of fun, even though I had mine before they put the skid-brake on them.

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  59. horsemanbombadil says:

    Something about global warming I think?

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  60. horsemanbombadil says:

    Um….a girl speaking the truth?

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  61. SFC Ton says:

    RBG was

    Ugly
    Skype’ish
    A hatchet wound
    Far left

    Meets all the requirements to be a leftist super star

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  62. SFC Ton says:

    There is nothing conservative about women voting and being judges but there is nothing conservative about conservatives either

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  63. SFC Ton says:

    I pray every day for a burning bush to say its go time

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  64. SFC Ton says:

    Was wondering about down loading track and trace apps then attaching cheap cellphones to my live stock

    Would be especially fun when they all bunch up during bad weather

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  65. Farm Boy says:

    Hmmmm?

    This shows just how vile TRB is

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  66. Gunner Q says:

    Those Idaho Christians were reportedly arrested for failing to provide identification rather than the mask violation, which is why only three of the crowd were arrested. We’ll have to see of everybody else’s infraction arrives by mail.

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  67. Quick destroy the economy. Again.

    Seriously though, this country spends almost 20% of GDP on healthcare, with a real emphasis on dollars spent on people over 65.
    I’ve got a morbidly obese, diabetic aunt who’s been in the hospital 4-5 times year every year for the last decade. This country has literally spent millions of dollars on this woman who refuses to take care of herself.

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  68. Farm Boy says:

    During the United Nations General Assembly video session, South Korean President Moon Jae-in called for the declaration of an end to the Korean War, saying it would pave the way for complete denuclearization.

    https://legalinsurrection.com/2020/09/south-koreans-president-moon-proposes-declaring-end-to-korean-war/

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  69. RichardP says:

    President Trump’s new campaign ad:

    That is Pastor Doug WIlson’s church in Moscow Idaho.

    Upthread I posted some comments I had copied about ACB, a potential nominee for RBG’s Court seat. That was from Doug Wilson’s blog.

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  70. RichardP says:

    Some perspective on the video. Pastor Wilson is speaking below. Methinks we have a vigorous struggle springing up that does not involve the expected antagonists. Wilson is justifiably angry, and I think he is going to inspire others to take a stand against what is clearly nonsense, when it is demonstrated to be nonesense.

    We took this step because of two very recent factors. The first and most obvious is that this last Monday night, our city council extended their masking mandate into January. This, despite the fact that our county, Latah County, has had zero hospitalizations, and there have been zero deaths. We are not facing a medical emergency here. This has become increasingly obvious to every unbiased observer as time has gone by.

    The second factor is that just a few weeks ago, there was an outdoor wedding here, presided over by our mayor. At least one of our council members was in attendance, as was law enforcement. Masks, however, were not in attendance. If there was no virus hazard at that wedding (and there was not), then there was no virus hazard at our psalm sing yesterday (as there was not). If anyone is interested in pursuing that issue, I understand that weddings frequently have photographers at them. I have seen evidence of just such a photographer. By having his police department enforce his order, our mayor is not enforcing an order that we don’t believe has merit, but which he does. No, not even close. He is enforcing an order that he does not believe in either.

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  71. Sumo says:

    That “learn to speak Chinese” thing irritates the shit out of me.

    Because the characters around the border are Japanese. I do not want my superior Asian genes associated with those pricks.

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  72. Cill says:

    Here’s to sacrificing one’s vocals on the alter of fame

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  73. Farm Boy says:

    Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agents tasked by fired former Director James Comey to take down Donald Trump during and after the 2016 election were so concerned about the agency’s potentially illegal behavior that they purchased liability insurance to protect themselves less than two weeks before Trump was inaugurated president, previously hidden FBI text messages show

    https://thefederalist.com/2020/09/24/trump-was-right-explosive-new-fbi-texts-detail-internal-furor-over-handling-of-crossfire-hurricane-investigation/

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  74. Farm Boy says:

    “I think riding on Air Force Two and doing business is illegal. I think that is against the law, and probably a felony,” Paul explained.
    “I think it’s illegal to take money from a Russian politician’s wife, $3.5 million. Was it reported accurately? I think the only way to determine the actual legality of this is to have it referred to the Department of Justice,” he added.

    “So, I’m going to send the report over. I don’t know if the whole committee will vote for it, but I’m sending the report, tomorrow, to the Department of Justice, and we’re asking for a criminal referral.”

    https://newsthud.com/breaking-paul-sending-hunter-biden-report-to-doj-for-criminal-referral/

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  75. Farm Boy says:

    “It’s bad the young lady lost her life, but, you know, we do have to take into account that her boyfriend did shoot at the cops and shot a cop,” Barkley said. “So, like I said, even though I’m really sorry she lost her life,“

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/charles-barkley-shaquille-oneal-push-back-on-narratives-in-breonna-taylor-case

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  76. Farm Boy says:

    Charles Barkley Blasts ‘Fools’ Pushing ‘Defund The Police’: ‘Who Are Black People Supposed To Call? Ghostbusters?’

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/charles-barkley-blasts-fools-pushing-defund-the-police-who-are-black-people-supposed-to-call-ghostbusters

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  77. Farm Boy says:

    Something is going on. The enthusiasm among Trump voters is increasing. They are not demoralized. They are energized. That doesn’t mean Trump will win, but it does mean that Operation Demoralize has failed

    https://legalinsurrection.com/2020/09/democrats-operation-demoralize-has-failed/

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  78. Farm Boy says:

    “Perhaps when the arenas are empty the NBA, its franchises, and its players will rethink their present course of action. Regardless of how other patrons react, please be advised that unless and until the NBA and the Utah Jazz put a stop to all disrespectful actions during the anthem and remove the Black Lives Matter logos from the arena, SME’s suite at the Vivint Smart Home Arena will remain dark and unused. Moreover, SME will not renew its licensing agreement or make any further payment for its suite until the NBA and its franchises again offer sports and entertainment rather than divisive political propaganda.”

    https://bongino.com/utah-steel-company-gives-up-nba-suite-because-of-leagues-politicization

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  79. Liz says:

    Quick destroy the economy. Again.

    The People’s Republic of Boulder announced a city wide quarantine for everyone between the ages of 18 and 21 yesterday.

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  80. Liz says:

    Black Man Murders Four-Year-Old White Child in Targeted Attack. Does Anyone in the Media Care?

    On a recent Gracie instagram, they showed a black man beating a lone white woman in Miami. It showed him walking in the door of the metrorail, looking around and seeing her, and just beating the hell out of her. No words exchanged, it looked really random, like it was just “beat a white person day” or something.

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  81. Liz says:

    “It’s bad the young lady lost her life, but, you know, we do have to take into account that her boyfriend did shoot at the cops and shot a cop,” Barkley said. “So, like I said, even though I’m really sorry she lost her life,“

    Silly Charles, don’t you realize police NEVER return fire when it’s a white person shooting at them? Now, go beat some whites and burn some shyte down.

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  82. I’m old enough to remember when Colorado was part of the United States. But, I’m also enough to remember when the United States was “America”.

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  83. Its “known” around the local healthcare community that the dedicated first-responder/EMT, was let go from her job after a few weeks for stealing drugs out of the ambulances. While not a capital offense, some would say it would have kept a non-melanin-enhanced candidate from being canonized by the media and others.

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  84. Went to my cousin’s place for dinner last weekend. Drove by a park that’s all-white Monday-Saturday, but becomes MLK-centric on Sundays. At 1730 is was at normal density, but on the way back at almost 1900 it was a madhouse. Traffic basically stopped on the streets and people standing next to the cars telling at each other. I was able to turn around and go the other way by cutting a corner through someone’s front yard (sorry friend), but I had the boys with me and I wasn’t taking any chances.

    [Perhaps a good headhunting opportunity this would be]

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  85. I think the Chinese are going to land in B.C. first. They already own Vancouver, so I don’t think there’s going to be much resistance there. What’s the opinion from up North?

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  86. “Diagrams” really got my attention, but adding “recipes” would have clinched the deal.

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  87. Also, “Why short hair is for dykes” should be one of the bullet points.

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  88. Liz says:

    This commercial is really cool!

    We know Pfluger very well. He worked for Mike a while back. He was always political, but I didn’t know he was running for office.

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  89. It’s a fun and well-done commercial, but since I just don’t believe in the system anymore, they could be selling used cars as far as I’m concerned.

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  90. Larry G says:

    “I’m old enough to remember when Colorado was part of the United States. But, I’m also enough to remember when the United States was “America”.

    One thing I learned quickly when we moved here to CO in ’99 that the libshit cities (Denver, Co Sp, Boulder et al) were mostly islands of stupid in a sea of conservative ranchers, farmers, truckers, business owners and normal people. Not much seems to have changed from what I can see,

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  91. Larry G says:

    Ladies of St. Petersburg, Russia…..

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  92. Farm Boy says:

    Presumably, Biden is so exhausted from his rigorous morning routine of plug and denture maintenance that he only has energy enough to campaign fewer than two out of every three days.

    To his credit, Biden did manage to campaign for six days in a row during the first week of September. But since then, he’s ditched his own presidential campaign eight out of the last 18 days.

    That’s not a good look for a man who is supposed to have energy enough to hold the most demanding office in the world.

    https://pjmedia.com/vodkapundit/2020/09/24/wheres-waljoe-tired-joe-biden-ditching-1-3rd-of-campaign-harris-shaking-off-the-press-n963055

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  93. Larry G says:

    Part 3…that’s it for today, I have guns to clean

    [A seemingly endless supply you have]

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  94. Farm Boy says:

    Actor George Clooney issued a statement following Republican Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron’s press conference Wednesday announcing the news that no officers will be indicted for murder in the Breonna Taylor case. During the presser, Cameron pointedly criticized outside celebrities for pushing apparent falsehoods in the Taylor case — a comment Clooney clearly took issue with.

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/george-clooney-rails-at-republican-ag-over-breonna-taylor-case-im-ashamed-of-this-decision

    [Odd that celebrities think so much of themselves they do]

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  95. Farm Boy says:

    DETROIT, MI—General Motors is making waves after a surprise unveiling of a line of exciting new California-compliant vehicles. After a week of building anticipation, officials at the company revealed its latest innovation for the West Coast: the 2021 Horse And Buggy.

    Chevy confirmed they plan to release many more exciting new California-compliant models in the future such as the “Chariot,” the “Flintstone,” and the “100 Giant Helium Balloons Tied To A Harness On Your Back.” You’re welcome, Mother Nature!

    https://babylonbee.com/news/california-to-replace-cars-with-new-greener-horse-drawn-carriages

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  96. Since shitting in the street doesn’t seem to be an issue in CA, I’m thinking it’s a winner, but I’m sure PETA will have a problem with it.

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  97. Did Gooney George Clooney make that statement from his lake-side villa in Italy?

    Murder has a legal definition, the same way tax-evasion does, Georgie.

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  98. This smirk is because she’s thinking, “Ha, ha. That stupid nose-ring bitch would have won if not being for a stupid nose-ring bitch. Ha, ha.”

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  99. Farm Boy says:

    Biden: ‘There’s Not Even One Small Single Scintilla of Evidence Against Hunter’…

    https://www.weaselzippers.us/456475-biden-theres-not-even-one-small-single-scintilla-of-evidence-against-hunter/

    [“Great Moments In Gaslighting” this would be]

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  100. Farm Boy says:

    Antifa consciously and purposely surrounds any vehicle that get caught in their cordon, then position volunteer martyrs in front of the vehicle and then smash on the windshield and threaten to kill the driver, hoping that the driver will panic and try to get out of there. Then the “martyrs” in front get run over, and the media collaborates by inevitably reporting that the driver “plowed through the crowd.”

    They’ve been doing this for 10 or 15 years, at every single protest.

    —-zombie

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  101. Everybody has phone with a camera these days, right? Turn it on and start recording your being attacked. If Soros doesn’t own the DA in your jurisdiction, you might catch a break.

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  102. Larry G says:

    “This smirk is because she’s thinking, “Ha, ha. That stupid nose-ring bitch would have won if not being for a stupid nose-ring bitch. Ha, ha.” yeah, I didn’t even notice the nose ring till I had it posted, that’s like a 9 or 10 beautiful female getting a neck tattoo, just plain super stupid. One thing about nose-ring girl though, once you get her home that is no issue that a man and pair of pliers can’t fix damn quick

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  103. Farm Boy says:

    IDENTIFIED: Woman who rented U-Haul handing out weapons and shields in Louisville may have Soros ties

    https://newsthud.com/identified-woman-who-rented-u-haul-handing-out-weapons-and-shields-in-louisville-may-have-soros-ties/

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  104. Cheque d'Out says:

    You lucky luckies

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  105. Larry G says:

    FUUUUCK NOO!!!
    “Meghan Markle ‘would consider becoming president’ and was ‘keen to remain US citizen'”

    Can’t we trade this crazy half-breed bitch and her ball-less rental cock to some other country for something of equal value?

    [Probably have to pay them to take her the US would]

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  106. Sumo says:

    I think the Chinese are going to land in B.C. first. They already own Vancouver, so I don’t think there’s going to be much resistance there. What’s the opinion from up North?

    bg would probably have a more informed opinion, since that’s closer to his stomping grounds, but the general rumour floating around Canuckistan is that Sparklesocks has been selling off pieces of the Great Frozen Wasteland to the ChiComs for a while now. Last major one I heard of was a (literal) gold mine up in Nunavut or somewhere.

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  107. Liz says:

    Ugh, Just heard Bezos plans on buying Tinkercad, and open-source 3D printer site where folks put their designs in and share them, for free. No more, apparently.
    Bezos sucks.

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  108. Liz says:

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  109. Cheque d'Out says:

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  110. Farm Boy says:

    New research presented at this week’s ESCMID Conference on Coronavirus Disease (ECCVID, held online from 23-25 September) shows that having a lower level of zinc in the blood is associated with a poorer outcome in patients with COVID-19

    https://medicalxpress.com/news/2020-09-zinc-blood-death-patients-covid-.html

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  111. Ame says:

    That’s awesome, Liz!

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  112. horsemanbombadil says:

    Out here in rural flyover country of Ontario being Ukranian would be a minority so we are well away from the Mongolian hordes.

    Yup the nosering is a waste.
    “I’m so pretty people won’t see how impulsively stupid I am.”
    “Um…it’s on your face….right in front of your pretty.”
    “Oh.”

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  113. horsemanbombadil says:

    Speaking of Ukranian.

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  114. horsemanbombadil says:

    Speaking of Ukranian

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  115. Farm Boy says:

    [Fall for it she did]

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  116. Larry G says:

    welp, seems that hand gun ammo of most calibers is a bitch to find now, awwwwwww….saw an ad on Armslist wanting to buy 9mm for $1 per round…..for 9mm FMJ plinking ammo…may have to part with a few boxes at that price

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  117. b g says:

    Sumo

    Most of the Chinese immigrants originated in Hong Kong, most fear the CCP. The only problem I see there is that so many arrived so rapidly that they do not readily integrate, let alone assimilate. Plus their criminal elements seems to have increased the rising costs of homes. Because of that latter, we are also now seeing a rise in home costs and an increase in building by refugees from the Fraser Valley…including 19 new houses being built immediately uphill of my place, and contractors asking me if I want to sell/subdivide.

    As for Trudope the Second getting the CCP to buy into a gold mine anywhere in the territories, not likely. Much of the Yukon’s gold claims belong to pistol packin’ ‘Muricans. Those in the Northwest Territories belong to southern Canadians much to the annoyance of the Dene et al, and the Inuit have unfortunately become so racialized that many of the youth seem to hate everybody else. Hard to believe that the whole area was once such a wonderful land…well, except for the !@#$%#$ biting flies ;-D

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  118. Farm Boy says:

    Look at that. This chick is super distressed because her daughter likes dresses. And the color pink. And she can’t contain the joy she felt when her daughter was “constantly mistaken for a boy” during her first two years of life. WHAT THE HECK! This lady is explicitly raising her daughter to be anything but what she is … a little girl.

    https://notthebee.com/article/the-slate-article-is-the-most-insane-thing-you-will-see-on-the-internet-today

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  119. Oh, she would consider it, huh? Gosh, do you think she likes us enough? You know, I mean like like-like us enough to do us the favor.

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  120. The people selling to Bezos suck more.

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  121. Farm Boy says:

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  122. [Fall for it she did]

    Well, it is the NY Times…

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  123. Annnnd the black flies, the little black flies…

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  124. Its true that with many psychotropic medications you can hit a dose limit and then the effect is no longer worth the risk for the limited relief of symptoms it gives.

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  125. Farm Boy says:

    I wonder if Biden is going to make it to the debates…

    I wonder if he is going to get Covid19 and be in seclusion for two weeks…

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  126. Farm Boy says:

    Suppressed House Intel Report: Analysts Believed That Russia Favored Hillary Clinton in 2016. But John Brennan, Ultra Clinton Partisan, Overruled This Conclusion and Inserted His Own Partisan Narrative.

    http://ace.mu.nu/archives/390493.php

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  127. Farm Boy says:

    Amy Coney Barrett Holds Press Conference In Handmaid’s Tale Costume Just To Mess With Liberals

    https://babylonbee.com/news/amy-coney-barrett-holds-press-conference-in-handmaids-tale-uniform-just-to-mess-with-liberals

    [Most appealing that image is]

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  128. SFC Ton says:

    Polar bear hunting in Miami?

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  129. Time to delete all your files, if possible.

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  130. Ame says:

    in the midst of a conversation:

    Me: “You can’t say I’m boring.”
    Husband: “No, you’re not boring. Comical, sometimes, but not boring.” 😂

    i love that Man – he keeps me laughing 🙂

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  131. Ame says:

    Florida’s open! sanity exists somewhere on this planet . . . well, somewhere other than here at Spawny’s 🙂

    “RUSH: Governor DeSantis here in Florida has lifted all remaining coronavirus restrictions. Restaurants and bars can now open inside at full capacity.”

    https://www.rushlimbaugh.com/daily/2020/09/25/this-is-why-we-love-living-in-florida/?fbclid=IwAR1N2FLlk6w4cFH3whtOeNWH4BEcChEJm7GdRDGDawWNRN7mRBoduFnvNkw

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  132. https://irishsavant.blogspot.com/2020/09/couldnt-have-said-it-better-myself.html

    The starting point for knowing the truth about anything is to believe the opposite of what the government and the corporate media tell us. The coronavirus “pandemic” is a fraud — an invisible, all-purpose enemy to which the government can attribute any dangers it wants to frighten and control us.

    The international corporate elite that runs things behind the scenes has taken an illness no more dangerous than the common flu (and probably far less so) and turned it into an excuse for an enormous expansion of government power and an enormous redistribution of resources — literally, trillions of dollars — from the citizens to the corporate elite.

    The international corporate elite has used every organization under its control — which is to say, every organization of consequence — to promote this false narrative.

    According to numerous studies and the government’s own data, at least 98% of those who have the coronavirus are asymptomatic — they have no symptoms. They are not sick.

    The vast majority of the rest have minor symptoms. Only a very small percentage of the remaining group — almost all of whom have pre-existing co-morbidity factors such as asthma, cancer, COPD, diabetes, or morbid obesity — have severe symptoms. Only a very small percentage of that group actually die.

    In terms of its real effect, COVID-19 is like a mild flu — a very mild flu.

    There is no legitimacy to any of it. The masks, the “social distancing”, the “social bubbles”, the “self-isolation”, the “self-quarantining”, the “contact tracing”, the “flattening the curve”, the “alone together”, the shutdowns, the lockdowns, the push for vaccination, the push for testing, the bans on assemblies and large groups, the restrictions on churches and prayer groups — none of that is to keep us safe, but all of it is to condition us to accept more government control, more arbitrary regimentation, more transfers of taxpayer money to the corporate elite, and mandatory vaccination.

    We have been lied to every step of the way. News reports of overworked doctors, overflowing morgues, crowded hospitals, crowded ICUs, emergency rooms inundated with thousands of COVID-19 patients, racing ambulances full of COVID-19 patients, mass graves, and refrigerated trucks full of bodies are contradicted by numerous videos of empty hospitals, empty waiting rooms, empty “testing centers”, and parked ambulances in the alleged “epicenters” of the pandemic.

    The coronavirus charade is no different from previous virus panics — SARS, MERS, Swine Flu, Zika — only now the people at the top think we are divided enough, stupid enough, and weak enough to submit to a massive acceleration of the ongoing transfer of power and wealth from us to them. Sadly, it appears that they are correct.

    Too many of us still believe — despite overwhelming historical and contemporary evidence to the contrary — that the government and the corporate media do not lie, especially about the big things. In reality, the government and the corporate media lie about everything — especially about the big things.

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  133. horsemanbombadil says:

    Always appreciate the gratuitoius images but…

    To me, THIS is a woman!!

    [The horse or lady most appealing they are?]

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  134. Farm Boy says:

    Liz after morning coffee

    Liz babysitting neighbors

    Liz getting exercise last winter after being locked down

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  135. SFC Ton says:

    The chinks own a lot of farm land in America

    Doesnt bother me none. It’s farm land, and easy to nationalize if needs be, and their isn’t much in the way of information they can steal about farming

    But the fishhead eating bastards buy up land and what not as a fiscal safety net that’s beyond the control of their goverment. So if shit goes bad, they can sell that land, even at a lost, and have cash the PRO can’t get too

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  136. Farm Boy says:

    Police Officer Rusten Sheskey said he shot Blake “because he was afraid Blake, while attempting to flee the scene, was trying to kidnap a child in the backseat of the vehicle,” CNN reported in an article titled, “Lawyer says cop shot Jacob Blake after hearing a mother’s desperate plea: ‘He’s got my kid. He’s got my keys.’”

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/breaking-cop-shot-jacob-blake-after-hearing-mothers-desperate-plea-that-blake-had-her-kid-report-says

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  137. Farm Boy says:

    By flaring up like aroused peacocks over replacing Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the Democrats are committing the tactical error of being drawn into battle on ground less favorable than that which they already occupy.

    https://amgreatness.com/2020/09/24/their-rantings-betray-them/

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  138. Liz says:

    Yes to what?

    Sorry, I forgot how things look when posting on the WP reader.
    That was to KH’s response to my post about tinkercad selling to Bezos.
    And Bezos sucks.
    “the folks who sold to Bezos suck more”

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  139. Liz says:

    Tinkercad really was a lifesaver for that last assignment.
    There is much better software out there for 3D printing, but I’m simple.

    >b>[Make voodoo dolls of TRB you do?]

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  140. Liz says:

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  141. b g says:

    Sumo

    LOL, as usual it is not settled because the local organizations have not received enough graft and grift. When I first ran into them, maybe 35-40 years ago, the Inuit were not like that…and I still have friends there. But between government funding and feminist “assistance” they are now by and large destroyed as a people. You would have like them then: friendly, happy, enterprising, strong families…and the young women often look like short Japanese ;-D

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