Woko Ono

Notice that the title only mentions one of the supposed duo. Prince Harry appears to count for very little. Many of us feel like we could knock some sense into Harry, if just given a chance. But we are not talking about him here, she is the subject.

Perhaps she is not consciously doing it, but she is day by day diminishing his stature. He is a prince, very near the crown. She has reduced him to a prop for her silly wokeness. Isn’t the point a women marrying a prince the fact that she snagged a powerful and respected man. It the ultimate ideal, the absolute dream of every girl (just ask Disney). However, her worth is tied to his worth. By humiliating him, she humiliates herself. Probably, she is too vain to see this.

Exit question — Does a whole life of virtue signalling lead to satisfaction?

Posted in FarmBoy, Politics, SJW, Trainwreck
133 comments on “Woko Ono
  1. Farm Boy says:

    Here he is, in his own words


  2. horsemanbombadil says:

    Speaking of satisfaction….KHH pull the zipper, I dare you.

    [Interested in heads he is]

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  3. horsemanbombadil says:

    Simple skills that will feed you that skinny jean man bun wearers can’t imagine.

    Cook a roast chicken (add some potatoes) with a shovel, knife, hillside and a stream?


  4. horsemanbombadil says:

    We need a northern woods version of Grampa Amu.


  5. horsemanbombadil says:

    Only a real sailor looks at a three story wave and laughs “that was fuckin awesome.”

    Liked by 2 people

  6. okrahead says:

    “Every wise woman buildeth her house: but the foolish plucketh it down with her hands.”
    Proverbs 14:1 KJV
    And that’s the ballgame.

    Liked by 4 people

  7. theshadowedknight says:

    Yeah, okrahead, thats pretty much it in a wrap. If Harry had given her the back of his hand, whether metaphorical or actual, then very little of this would have come to pass. Instead, he married a foolish actress/whore because of the trauma of his mother and let her lead. Now she is showing her true colors and tearing down his life, and her own along with it.

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  8. Ame says:

    RUSH: Now, look. I realize I might be making some broad generalizations here, and I’m really not trying to do that. And I don’t have a lot of time to delve into this. But I really do think that it is the fear of liberal women which has — it’s the acknowledgment of this fear – Look, we bump into the way men and women interact with each other. We’ve upended our politics. We have upended our culture for decades to accommodate the fear of liberal women.


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  9. Sharkly says:

    My wife is just such a proverbial fool.(Proverbs 14:1)
    She is like the third generation of women in her family(that I’m aware of) that has spent their entire life trashing their husband to sort of see it become a self fulfilling prophecy, as nobody wants to help or give a good opportunity to a man they’ve heard nothing but evil about. Fools are resistant to learning, even from their own mistakes.

    I tried to explain to her once, that ugly shrill bitchy Hillary almost got to be president, just because she consistently stuck up for Bill, even when he didn’t deserve it. If she had ratted him out the first time he had raped somebody, she’d just be an unknown bitch with a convict husband. Feminism isn’t about equality and working as a team, it is about female rebellion and female supremacy. The foolish Feminist bitches pathologically have to put their husbands down, even when any retard can see that it will bite them in the ass.

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  10. from a comment elsewhere:

    “Of course, the solo 50ish driver had his face diaper on, like a good little flunatic.”

    “Flunatic” is a new one to me, but it definitely strikes a chord.

    Liked by 2 people

  11. JPF says:

    Speaking of satisfaction….KHH pull the zipper, I dare you.

    Maybe my life has been too sheltered… but I cannot see any woman actually wearing these “fashions” on the street. Maybe at some private party, with other women who are similarly deranged.

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  12. Naked man (maybe cheating?) jumps in van, then gets Taco Bell while another gal beats on the windows. I am guessing these people are not red pill?


  13. It does nicely illustrate some red pill principles though…

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  14. Seattle had worse trouble, it appears protestors there are trying to reestablish CHAZ. With flaming barricades this time. But did the Governor or mayor call in the National Guard to help? No, of course not.

    My hope is that in both Orrgon and Washington the citizens with any sense are getting red pilled by all this and perhaps both states will flip red as a result. Some are predicting the same for CA.

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  15. This was in Portland

    “ So this Saturday there were both right and left protests, which many predicted was going to end up with a full out gun battle in the streets. But luckily that did not happen. The right had their gathering peacefully then disbanded. The left rioted in the streets (again) ending with 30 some federal arrests. But the governor and mayor blame the right, naturally. Classic!”

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  16. Megan Markle is a total nut. Her personality disorder prevents her from being able to make good choices, even for herself. She must be great in the sack is all I can figure? But even that probably wears thin as the cray stacks up.

    [Perhaps “Loco Woko Ono” she should be?]

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  17. Much of the Right protest consisted of prayer. Now the left is saying “no fair, no political party gets to claim God!” Because I am sure God would be claiming the pro-abortion, pro-sexual degenerate, pro- tranny story time, pro- violence, pro-just about every way to break the 10 commandments left…. (sarcasm).

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  18. Larry G says:

    aaand a brilliant Monday to you dear demented souls,,,hope you are still happy campers patiently waiting to re-elect Donny (and laughing off the ass while shitlibs heads explode).

    Liked by 4 people

  19. Larry G says:

    Had a productive weekend inventorying food, medical supplies and ammo. (need more .308 ammo and Cheerios, dangerously low on both)

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  20. I think they’re actually marketed as costumes for Halloween and general cosplay purposes. Oh, and for hookers, IG models and OnlyFans “content creators”. But, I repeat myself.

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  21. How long do Cheerios last? Asking about Honey-nut specifically. Even Big Girl won’t eat plain Cheerios.


  22. Farm Boy says:

    “I’m mixed race,” she said. “I’m black, Chocktaw Native American on my mother’s side. I’m Italian and Argentinian on my father’s side. Until I came out as a conservative wearing a fabulous Make America Great Again dress for the Grammys four years ago, I had never been blacklisted.”


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  23. Larry G says:

    well, I put some Cheerios stored in sealed mylar bags with oxygen absorbers a couple of years ago. Opened one bag this weekend (was marked sealed 2012) when I ran out and too damn lazy to go to the store. Still tasteless and crunchy, just the way I like em

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  24. Farm Boy says:

    “If we had a media that was fair — even just reasonable — this would be the biggest story for years and years,” Trump said at the White House on Sunday. “Then you’d be entitled to real Pulitzer Prizes, not the fake committee that gives away these fake awards.”


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  25. Farm Boy says:

    “As usual, in part because of persistent judicial overreach and in part because the Democrats’ desire to keep getting in Court what they cannot win at the ballot box, the courts are the main focus of attention this week.”



  26. Farm Boy says:

    Poor Mary Poppins

    Draconian new coronavirus rules to enforce social distancing in the UK ban people from singing or dancing



  27. Farm Boy says:

    The ‘Trump Doctrine’ earns President third Nobel Peace Prize nomination



  28. https://www.projectveritas.com/news/ilhan-omar-connected-cash-for-ballots-voter-fraud-scheme-corrupts-elections/

    Seems like there were, very briefly, stories about serious campaign finance violations with the AOC and Illdrinkyourblood Oman campaigns last time around. As I recall both candidates were fucking their campaign managers and had shell corps they funneled all their expenditures through.

    Guess this will just go away too, cause George Floyd or sumptin.


  29. Larry G says:

    a break from the general bullshit….

    Liked by 1 person

  30. Basically, elaborate “dress-up”, usually as anime, comicbook, sci-fi, or video game characters.

    Some girls are much batter at it than others.

    Liked by 4 people

  31. Its good, but I don’t like this line.

    “…economic growth creates inequality…”

    Um, no.


  32. Here’s the equivalent of 12 hours of poli-sci courses in a little over 18 minutes:

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  33. That’s the whole point of the place isn’t it? Terrible food and crappy beer ain’t gonna sell itself.

    Liked by 2 people

  34. Larry G says:

    trying me very best to derail the topic today…how am I doin’?

    Liked by 2 people

  35. Liz says:

    I actually really like the food at Hooters. 😆
    Way back when, the plan was for Mike to do his first (mandatory) ten years in the USAF, then we’d buy a Hooters.
    That was before they had a lot of competition.

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  36. Sharkly says:

    the plan was for Mike to do his first (mandatory) ten years in the USAF, then we’d buy a Hooters.

    I’m still paying for my hooters, and they moved out almost three years ago. Bad investment!

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  37. Something about the snowflakes at Spotify having problems with Joe Rogan, with whom Spotify has a ~ $100 million contract. Doesn’t seem like a problem for Joe to me. He should get paid whether they “air it” or not, or maybe he had a shitty lawyer. Spotify can’t say they didn’t know what kind of content he produces, that’s why he got the contract. If they censor to the point nobody listens, they still gotta pay him, although now they won’t have any listeners. Not a great plan.

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  38. Raising Caine’s is my go to chicken joint ’round here. The make chicken tenders, crinkle fries and slaw. Oh, and Texas toast. That’s it. It’s all good or good enough. Good lemonade and sweet tea. Food comes out fast. That’s the kind of business I’d like to get into.

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  39. SFC Ton says:

    Because I am sure God would be claiming the pro-abortion, pro-sexual degenerate, pro- tranny story time, pro- violence, pro-just about every way to break the 10 commandments left…. (sarcasm).


    The GOP doesn’t oppose any of those things. Not in any material way

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  40. SFC Ton says:

    The food at hooters is subpar

    And so are most of the women BUT when I lived in Savanna, 2 of the hooter ho’s were hit enough to make the calender.

    Liked by 2 people

  41. theshadowedknight says:

    The way to a man’s heart is through his stomach. Its no wonder that a restaurant that took advantage of that would do well. It’s just shows how easy women have it. Show a little skin and make halfway decent food and you’ll be taken care of.

    Liked by 4 people

  42. horsemanbombadil says:

    Much thanks Larry. Red (Celt) and black (Saxon) are my two favorite colors

    Liked by 1 person

  43. horsemanbombadil says:

    Three way tie between the last three blue eyed brunettes.

    Liked by 1 person

  44. Farm Boy says:

    Former New Mexico Democratic Governor Bill Richardson is accused of raking in hundreds of thousands in bribes and kickbacks to fund debauched lifestyle including ‘sexual services and favors’

    His lifestyle allegedly included ‘sexual services and favors’ funded by the scam dubbed the ‘Richardson Ring’

    The lawsuit claims that Governor Richardson was able to place his trusted ‘operatives’ in state government jobs to cover-up his wrongdoing

    Richardson, a career politician, was previously accused of having sex with Jeffrey Epstein victim Virginia Roberts when she was underage

    Roberts named Richardson among several others as men Ghislaine Maxwell told her to have sex with in court documents



  45. Farm Boy says:

    As attacks against law enforcement surge, one Snohomish councilmember posted a “good reminder” to use Molotov Cocktails. And the local police union is livid.



  46. Farm Boy says:

    Students at Manchester Metropolitan University were threatened with police action if they didn’t remove signs complaining about draconian lockdown restrictions that were placed in windows at their halls of residence.


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  47. Ame says:

    2h ago
    The way to a man’s heart is through his stomach. Its no wonder that a restaurant that took advantage of that would do well. It’s just shows how easy women have it. Show a little skin and make halfway decent food and you’ll be taken care of.

    you know … 🙂 … it still surprises me how true that is, how easy it is to make/keep my Husband happy 🙂

    [Boobs also help they do]

    Liked by 2 people

  48. Farm Boy says:

    Biden Campaign operatives in Texas are attempting to rig the 2020 election with a massive ballot harvesting scheme, according to two private investigators who testified under oath that they have “video evidence, documentation and witnesses” to prove it. With the help of mass mail-in ballots, the illegal ballot harvesting operation could harvest 700,000 ballots, one Harris County Democrat operative allegedly bragged



  49. Farm Boy says:

    SACRAMENTO, CA—In a shocking twist no one could have seen coming, thousands of inmates within the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation experienced sudden-onset gender dysphoria after Gavin Newsom announced prisoners will be housed according to their gender identity.


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  50. SFC Ton says:

    LOL Irish chicks always seem like they are 8’s or better or 2’s or worse with no real in between

    Liked by 3 people

  51. SFC Ton says:

    thousands of inmates within the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation experienced sudden-onset gender dysphoria after Gavin Newsom announced prisoners will be housed according to their gender identity.

    I’m working on that. Make it easier the next time I go to jail

    So far the state not wanting to assume the cost of my medical care has been a golden ticket but a man should always have a back up plan

    Liked by 4 people

  52. horsemanbombadil says:

    I call Dibs.

    Btw She is Russian I believe.


  53. Larry G says:

    “ L Irish chicks always seem like they are 8’s or better or 2’s or worse with no real in between“

    Lol! Yeah agreed. Spent a few weeks in Ireland , nice people in general, but damn…some of those females were thrown headfirst off the ugly train…and the good looking ones were responsible for day long boner.

    Liked by 2 people

  54. Larry G says:

    No dibs, horseman. You know the rules, “you catch them, you clean them”

    Liked by 1 person

  55. Larry G says:

    Maybe Albania next

    Liked by 1 person

  56. Farm Boy says:

    TRB plotting against Liz

    Wow. What a border collie

    Liked by 1 person

  57. RichardP says:

    I read that Biden paragraph straight through. Finishing up, my mind went here. SOAB. Sometimes you just need a drink (so Fresca for me. I rarely drink alcohol). Fellow lost his music partner to Alcohol (cirrhosis of the liver). Worked out his grief by writing and performing this. It’s for all those out there addicted to something. Needs to be played loud, multiple times leading up to the election.


  58. b g says:


    LOL, men may be easy, but we’re not a cinch ;-D

    Liked by 1 person

  59. Farm Boy says:

    Correcting Britain’s Vitamin D deficiency could save thousands of lives
    A groundbreaking new study points to a cheap, safe, effective way of tackling Covid



  60. The Billy C photo is fun but not real. Part of an art exhibit by some scandalous artist, they say! But they nailed it, if so!


  61. Cheap and effective does not make record pharma profits, comrade. Try again.

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  62. I wonder what would happen if we all just started calling each other Comrade all the time just to be deplorable. Would they call us anti-Marxist and would that be such a bad thing LOL.

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  63. *asking for a friend, comrades…

    Liked by 1 person

  64. Speaking up on Sunday morning I was driving past a church made up of former soviet bloc peeps. (Not necessarily comrades) Anyway attendance did not seem to be down despite the fact that they should not be attending and I did not see a single mask. Maybe they understand all this better than most?

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  65. theshadowedknight says:

    Ame, it really isn’t hard, which just goes to show how terrible modern women really are. Which is a shame, because things are getting worse as long as this state of affairs continues. If being an engineer and building safe bridges, buildings, and water treatment and power plants gets you no respect and no pussy but being a drug dealer does, men are going to sign up to sling crack instead of college. I consider it my backup career if all else fails. Better living through chemistry!

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  66. Cheque d'Out says:

    It’s lucky that politicians are incapable of feeling shame.


  67. Cheque d'Out says:

    Laurence Fox is back in the news. The guy who upset so many luvvies by taking the piss out of them


  68. Oops is, looks like rioters are getting mail ordering them to federal court!

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  69. Cheque d'Out says:

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  70. Cheque d'Out says:


  71. https://monsterhunternation.com/2020/09/28/no-you-idiots-thats-not-how-taxes-work-an-accountants-guide-to-why-you-are-a-gullible-moron/

    I posted that last night on Facebook, and sure enough, this morning my feed is filled with people who don’t know shit about taxes retweeting the stupid opinions of other morons who also don’t know shit about taxes. This is just as annoying as last week when these same idiots all suddenly became Constitutional Scholars. Or the month before that when they were all experts on use of force laws and police tactics. Or the month before that when they suddenly got their epidemiology degrees from the University of Internet and turned into infectious disease experts.

    Holy shit, you Dunning-Krugerands are annoying. Of course the comments are all about the “morality” of paying your “fair share”. Which isn’t how any of this works in real life. Just stop it with your vapid hot takes already. You clearly have a child-like grasp of a complex topic, and your words are making America dumber.

    As a former accountant, please allow me to explain why all of today’s newly formed tax experts are fucking morons, and we should metaphorically put a brick in a sock and beat them over the head with it until they shut up.

    This is a pretty good example of why social media is the worst thing to happen to the planet in the last twenty years.

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  72. Farm Boy says:

    Minneapolis, Minnesota’s plan to defund and then disband their local police force has “collapsed” according to a New York Times report from over the weekend. Some of the Minneapolis City Council members who pledged to abolish the city’s law enforcement — including the City Council president — now say they regret making that promise.


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  73. Bingo.


    The quickest way to social peace is to unplug the internet and shutter the public affairs shows on television. If all of a sudden people had to go across town to tell someone that they did not like their politics, they would not do it. In a flash, a disunited and disagreeable people would be minding their own business. The liquored-up harpies on social media would have to join the church or a local civic association if they wanted to gossip about people they barely know.

    Now, really, just turn off social media, and ban all the political stuff from youtube. Leave the computing, automotive and home care maintenance, gardening, and other how-to stuff alone.

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  74. Liz says:

    As BV said, “all they have is fraud”. It is the election strategy of the democrats.

    Liked by 4 people

  75. Liz says:

    Exhibit B. Too many people are falling for bullshit.

    Liked by 4 people

  76. Liz says:

    It’s Dunning-Krugerands all the way down….

    Liked by 1 person

  77. Liz says:

    One more. BV is on a roll this morning.

    Liked by 2 people

  78. Liz says:

    We have friends are coming over this afternoon to stay a couple of days.
    Of all days, they are staying the night of the presidential debate.
    I know he is probably conservative (retired military), but this is his second wife, and she hits a few of the flags for potential liberal:
    she was a single mom, she is a minority, and she has a crazy (now adult) daughter.
    Damnit, no way am I missing watching this debate though.
    Mike is going to ask him “what the situation is”.
    We can always tape it I suppose.
    Going to clean the house hope you all have a great day.

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  79. Liz says:

    Heh, all is well. Per Mike’s inquiry he sent this text back:
    “Perfect!  I can unequivocally confirm she’s not a fan of hiden sleepy Joe 30330 Trojan horse Barisma Biden!   This is going to be awesome, beer & popcorn?  i’ll pick some up on the way”

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  80. Larry G says:

    as previously threatened….Albania

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  81. Tiara may have the edge, prettiness-wise, but love the vibe on this one.

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  82. It’s one of the brunettes, but too close to call definitely.

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  83. I have ZERO interest in watching the “debate” tonight. Is the moderator going to be attacking Trump the whole time while trying to keep Biden on track or from completely embarrassing himself?

    No thanks. I’d rather be watching Russian girl chop down trees. Damn she goes after them. She must be part beaver…

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  84. h0neyc0mb says:

    I see what you did there .. nice!

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  85. JPF says:

    Its good, but I don’t like this line.

    “…economic growth creates inequality…”

    But this is true. When hard-working or highly-skilled or lucky people have opportunities, many of them realize significant gains. By contrast, the lazy or stupid person will realize little or no gains.

    Consider a lottery ticket winner. If there was no lottery opportunity, there would be no jackpot. The winner will have a massive increase, compared with the remainder of the people.
    Or a carpenter making tables… if there were no wood resources available, or if he had no skill, then he would not have his business revenue. And this carpenter will have more increase than the town drunk, or a fellow carpenter who is known to be incompetent.

    The problem is not that economic growth creates inequality. It does. The problem is that some think it “unfair” that hard-working people receive more than the lazy; that highly-skilled people receive more than the barely competent. The hard-working should receive more.

    Now, whether a CEO should be making 1 million dollars a year may be debatable, but I am happy to see him make more than the guys who do not work or the guys working at Star-bucks.

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  86. Saying that people who work harder or smarter usually profit more than people who are lazy or stupid does not support that argument that “economic growth creates inequality”.

    If I turn a worthless dead tree on my property into firewood which I then sell at a good price, then the economy has “grown” and I am a little better off than people who did not spend their time as profitably. The difference was due to my effort vs. their sloth, not economic growth.

    If the CEO is making 100x the salary of the lowest paid worker at his company it’s not the fault of “economic growth”, but who creates the pay scale at that company.

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  87. Cheque d'Out says:

    Spoiler alert

    Liked by 3 people

  88. Farm Boy says:

    Just Declassified: US Had Intelligence That Russian Intelligence Had Information That Hillary Clinton Intended To Launch The Whole “Russia Collusion” Smear Against Trump



  89. Farm Boy says:

    University of Chicago English Department Declares: We Will Hire No Professors Except for Those Working in “Black Studies”



  90. Farm Boy says:


    Presidential candidate Joe Biden has been given tonight’s debate questions in advance, according to radio host Todd Starnes.



  91. Farm Boy says:

    An immigrant store owner who has slept in his Louisville store for more than 122 nights straight to protect it from rioters was verbally accosted outside his shop this week by “protesters” demanding he declare that “black lives matter.”



  92. Farm Boy says:

    NEW: Joe Biden’s campaign agreed to an inspection for electronic ear pieces at tonight’s debate several days ago but are now declining, a source familiar tells me.

    — Ebony Bowden (@ebonybowden) September 29, 2020


  93. Cheque d'Out says:


  94. horsemanbombadil says:

    10 way tie. Larry you are truly gifted.


    5 bedroom, 3 story, historic house for 330k cdn.

    Hmmmm decisions.

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  95. Cheque d'Out says:

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  96. horsemanbombadil says:

    Our national symbol.

    [What that is all aboot I know not]

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  97. horsemanbombadil says:

    10 bucks Canadian (1.50 USD) says Biden somehow does not show tonight.

    [Loonies on the loonie place I do]

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  98. This guy! 🤣

    Liked by 1 person

  99. Cheque d'Out says:


  100. SFC Ton says:

    I might make a twatter account just for that BV asshole

    Liked by 3 people

  101. SFC Ton says:

    Had an early supper with an old ranger

    He’s new girl is 50 and from the Czech Republic

    Bitch is still easy on the eyes and a night I speak with

    Liked by 4 people

  102. SFC Ton says:

    No thanks. I’m still pissy they aren’t Greek;)

    Liked by 1 person

  103. Farm Boy says:

    Telemundo viewers say


  104. bee123456 says:

    From the tweet FB posted at 1:39 am:

    It looks like husband Jesse Barrett is his wife’s helpmeet. This is an inverted relationship which is unfulfilling for both parties.

    It is good to help your wife when she is sick, but being the long term helpmeet to allow your wife to advance her lifelong career is an inversion.

    [Seems to work in this case it does
    Though in general case probably not good it would be]

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  105. RichardP says:

    Seems like both he and she have careers with flexibility built in. As in, an ability to work from home when needed. Her position on the U.S. Supreme Court might interfer with that flexibility. But that Court has a lot of down time as well – so maybe still can work from home during down-time.

    From Wikipedia:

    In 1999, Barrett married fellow Notre Dame Law School graduate Jesse M. Barrett, a partner at SouthBank Legal – LaDue Curran & Kuehn LLC in South Bend, Indiana, and a law professor at the University of Notre Dame Law School. Previously, Jesse Barrett worked as an Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Indiana for 13 years.


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  106. Farm Boy says:

    Speaking during Fortune’s Most Powerful Women virtual summit on Tuesday, Markle condemned the spread of misinformation through digital media, adding that it has fueled a bevy of trolls who have “misinterpreted” her words to be more controversial than they actually are.



  107. Farm Boy says:

    Prince Harry has opened up about his “awakening” to racial justice — joining wife Meghan Markle in praising the “beautiful” and “exciting” purpose of the Black Lives Matter movement.

    The 36-year-old prince admitted in a video chat with London’s Evening Standard published Thursday that he grew up ignorant of how it felt to be non-white in a world “created by white people for white people.”

    “I’ve had an awakening as such of my own,” he told the UK paper as he sat beside his wife, whose mother is black.

    “I wasn’t aware of so many of the issues and so many of the problems within the UK, but also globally as well.

    “I thought I did — but I didn’t,” he conceded as they sat on a couch in their new California mansion.



  108. Farm Boy says:

    Prince Philip, the husband of Queen Elizabeth, is reportedly disappointed in how Meghan Markle has conducted herself in the wake of her Prince Harry’s decision to step down as senior members of the Royal Family



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