Incongruent


President Trump attended a “town hall”, with the expectation that he would answer questions from attendees in the audience. He did that a bit, but mostly he was left fending off attacks from Savannah Guthrie. To cut to the chase, she came off as a trainwreck.

Why was this? There are many reasons. Let us start with her background. She is a morning “news” show hostess. Lots of light fluffy stuff that the audience is supposed to cheer about, with the hostess smiling and looking all interested. In fact, being less intelligent is probably a pre-requisite for getting such a gig, as an intelligent person would have trouble feigning interest in all of the fluff. So the hostesses appearance-wise are what they are expected to be, both from a historical view and probably from what men intrinsically want women to be.

So let us summarize what we have: not so bright female who is well practiced at smiling.

What were the expectations for her? She was to pick up the torch with respect to the media who obsess about making Trump look bad. That is a pretty big load to take on. I am sure that she felt the pressure. How did she prepare? It appears that lots of gotcha questions were memorized. How did these questions manifest themselves? Short answer – at the most odd times. Trump would be talking about an issue, then she would interrupt with a question that was somewhat related, but totally incongruous with what Trump was saying. The interruptions were bad enough, but to interject WTF style questions was not a good look.

Speaking of looks, she smiled at odd times, probably as a result from the morning news show hosting experience. More disjointed moments. At times it looked like she was going to burst a vein. Why was this? Trump used facts, logic and reason; and she wasn’t capable enough to deflect like somebody such as Chris Wallace was. It appeared that she did not have the intelligence to muddy up the waters like an good left-wing news person can.

We all know what kind of man Trump is, love him or hate him. But what kind of woman is Ms. Guthrie? She definitely wasn’t very feminine, though the oddly timed smiles did suggest that she wanted to send a feminine message. Perhaps she was an SIW? Well, she did lots of interrupting, but very ineffectively put them to good use; mainly due to her inability to think and follow the argument. Perhaps that is strong is some people’s book. But to many it comes across as flailing, which isn’t SIW.

Firstly, she did not come across as what a fella intrinsically thinks a woman should be. Secondly, she came across as a mass of contradictions, all displayed at once. This would ring alarm bells in men.

Some might say that men should not judge newswomen by the standards they might for a date, but well, that isn’t going to happen.

Exit question — Did she make your skin crawl?

Posted in FarmBoy, Feminism, Lies, Politics, Trainwreck
193 comments on “Incongruent
  1. Farm Boy says:

    Here is the town hall

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  2. Larry G says:

    …been busy doing some spring cleaning…those .308 magazine springs can get filthy after awhile

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  3. okrahead says:

    I did not watch the “town hall” (I turned my tv off some time ago and have not regretted the decision). Our entire popular culture at the moment, however, seems to be “gender bending.” That a female newsreader should be unfeminine and unattractive is unsurprising.

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  4. okrahead says:

    Buckshot Larry, more buckshot. I am aware that the prevailing opinion around here is slugs (and I have those as well) but at the range buckshot is just more fun. Also my local dealer has crates of the stuff (00, the second best) on hand. Took little okra and his buddy to the range today and introduced them to the joy of 00 patterns on a silhouette target at 25 yds. The comparison to what one can do with a pistol vs a 12 gauge was immediately apparent.

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  5. okrahead says:

    I’m really thinking about a Panzer AR-12. Same guy who has the crates of 00 also has Panzers and 19 slice holding sandwiches.

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  6. Larry G says:

    “Buckshot Larry, more buckshot” You are preaching to the choir…I first laid in a nice supply of 00 and #1 buckshot (a tad over 2000 rounds of each) before I bought a single slug round (only 1000, need a few more of course). My Mrs. “found” my Mossberg 88 under my side of the bed a few years back and wisely decided not to dust if off. It had a couple of really impressive dust bunnies on the stock.
    I got a bit of conversation with a neighbor’s son who owns a hefty .50 caliber pistol (Desert Eagle I believe), I asked him how getting ammo to feed it was going…not good I learned, nearly $3 per round now.

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  7. Larry G says:

    Interesting development here in Denver. Now that ammo prices have gone up significantly in the last couple of months, ammo is suddenly somewhat plentiful again, at elevated prices of course. 9mm FMJ seems to be running around $25 to $35 per box of 50, .45 ACP between $35 to $50 depending on type. hell..even .22 is triple in price what it was back in June..Love capitalism I do

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  8. Another 200 rounds of 5.56 cost me almost $300 with tax and shipping.
    Blech.

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  9. okrahead says:

    9mm fmj 16.95 for 50 here; 12 gauge 00 19.95 for 25. Everything is available if you know the right shop, except that .30-.30, of all things, is very scarce at the moment.

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  10. Larry G says:

    one last comment then I have magazines to clean..I watched about 2 minutes of Trump with that mouthy, irritating cunt Savannah Guthrie acting like the low class slut she is…It really escapes me why these faux females are even allowed to speak in public…wanted to bitch slap her soooo bad, I just turned off the TV instead

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  11. Guthrie and Trump look about the same age to me in that video, though the interwebs says she’s 48.

    It’s still a little early for Halloween, so why was she dressed like Frankenberry? Did General Mills sponsor the “Town Hall”?

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  12. okrahead says:

    KH .223 and 5.56 are available in the stores here; fmj white box 9.95 for 20. We do have several local manufacturers though, suppose that might explain it.

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  13. okrahead says:

    Guthrie has fish lips. That’s never a good look for a woman.

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  14. Larry G says:

    screw it….instead of cleaning springs, I’ll just put in new ones..got a couple of 10 packs from Wolff sitting here not doing anything at the moment.

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  15. Larry G says:

    okrahead , where is “here”? Dang, at those prices it might be worth a drive to go shopping for snacks

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  16. Larry G says:

    yeah, no…I got better things to do other than chasing ammo at the moment..setting up the drinking water jugs and getting some 5 pound fire extinguishes ordered…

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  17. okrahead says:

    Not to dox myself Larry, but the drive would cost you approximately 72.95 one way. Although I’m not sure what gas prices are to fill up in Denver.

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  18. Larry G says:

    yeah, I thought it through after I asked….with the China Plague, Leftards on the loose, cops nervous and gas prices I thought “nope. that was stupid”. Got ammo enough, I have to work on other stuff…got sandbags to fill before winter sets in too

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  19. Ame says:

    okrahead
    1h ago
    Took little okra and his buddy to the range today

    ahhh! i love that! “Little Okra” 🙂 🙂 🙂

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  20. theshadowedknight says:

    Reposting this from the last comment thread because it was about to disappear.

    I’m looking to put a silencer on my rifle, so I’m looking for suggestions on them. Can you all give me any pointers on what I should look for?

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  21. b g says:

    The kids were busy harvesting my Interlaken grapes, they are similar to my Himrod but far more productive. They ate a lot, gave me some, were freezing some for their breakfast cereal in the winter but gave much many pounds away to neighbours. The birds mostly Toewees get more than a few but there is plenty ;-D

    And yes, I did see the “town Hall”, it resembled our “Peoples Network” aka CBC complete with a mindless feminist bimbo desperately trying to control the discussion.

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  22. horsemanbombadil says:

    When you need a surreal break from all this nonsense.

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  23. horsemanbombadil says:

    Life is always better with accordian and cow bell!

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  24. Sumo says:

    9mm FMJ seems to be running around $25 to $35 per box of 50

    DAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMN!!!!!!!!! Adjusted for currency, I can pick up a brick of 500 9mm rounds for around $116 USD.

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  25. Cheque d'Out says:

    Oh noes, people! Sharon Stone (62) is off the dating market. Video here;
    https://www.mgtow.tv/watch/62-year-old-sharon-stone-is-quot-fed-up-quot-w-dating-let-039-s-interpret-what-she-really-means_ccZbZNVLRtXYLAC.html

    I might watch Basic Instinct tonight though.

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  26. Farm Boy says:

    Can’t argue with the premise

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  27. Farm Boy says:

    In sum, this was a small gathering of multi-racial Trump and First Amendment supporters. Hundreds of violent Antifa hyenas assaulted them, both verbally and physically – and they injured the police along the way. AP, however, didn’t see it this way.

    AP’s artful dissimulation appears in the report’s title: “Conservatives staging free speech rally attacked by critics.” “Critics?” Could the language be more Orwellian?

    https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2020/10/in_san_francisco_antifa_violently_attacked_free_speech_supporters.html

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  28. Farm Boy says:

    Speaking of incongruent,

    Notice that when “right-wing” or “white supremacist” violence occurs, the motive becomes the most important thing about the story, and every politician is expected to denounce the motive, per se. By contrast, when violence is perpetrated by left-wing extremists, by Muslims, or by any protected minority group, the media will never generalize these crimes as representing the collective sentiment of a group, nor is there any political pressure to denounce the attacker’s motive.

    https://theothermccain.com/2020/10/17/allahu-akbar-muslim-immigrant-decapitates-french-teacher/

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  29. Cheque d'Out says:

    No EU! Japan and Super trade bloc would love working with UK | Post-Brexit trade deal.
    The UK government has already abroad for other business partners, having last week struck an agreement with Japan – its first major trade deal since leaving the EU.

    The move made many hopeful that it could open the path for the UK to sign up to the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) – a free trade agreement comprising Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore and Vietnam, widely regarded as being spearheaded by Japan.

    Sean King, senior vice-president of Park Strategies in New York and an affiliated scholar at University of Notre Dame’s Liu Institute, previously told Express.co.uk that the UK’s chances of signing up to the bloc would increase should it first commit to a trade deal with Japan.

    Not really looked into this but judging by the flood of salty remainer and eurotrolls’ tears it could work out. For us and for the anglo countries already in it by making it less Japan centric(?)

    Dunno, just enjoying the euro-shrieking right now.

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  30. horsemanbombadil says:

    I didn’t know Lena Dunham could swim.

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  31. Cheque d'Out says:

    And then there’s the potential for CANZUK; Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the UK.
    Obviously the lack of diversity is worrying but hopefully we’ll be able to push through that.

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  32. Cheque d'Out says:

    “I didn’t know Lena Dunham could swim”
    I’d be highly surprised if she could be made to sink

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  33. Cheque d'Out says:

    Lena sure does like them watermelons

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  34. Cheque d'Out says:

    You need to take these with a pinch of salt. But it’s all a good morale booster. I’ve cracked a beer but not a bottle of the good stuff, if you get my meaning

    EU collapses: Emmanuel Macron is completely isolated by the EU leaders and he is out of control

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  35. horsemanbombadil says:

    Came across this gem at the end of one of Cappy’s epic rants.

    “But I am not here as an agent of change. I am merely here as an agent of explanation. ”

    Explains a lot of the manosphere, conservative position lately. I used to wonder where are the solutions?

    Now I realise.

    It is too late to change course before the collision.
    We may alter course a few degrees, throw the engines in reverse to buy a few seconds, but the momentum is too far gone, the rocks too close. It is inevitable.

    Our discussions, examples are to tell the unaware “Brace for impact”

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  36. Cill says:

    Sweet Child of Mine at 5:31 am

    It is refreshing to hear wind intruments in that genre.

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  37. This guy seems to be the Elon Musk of food commercials.

    I bet he could land a comet on the WEF for me.

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  38. Why would the UK want any kind of agreement with the EU? What’s in it for them?

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  39. Cheque d'Out says:

    MRAs are the ones that think that society can be made rational again by recognising that men are actual people in their own right.

    MGTOWs are the ones that know that society has to hit rock bottom before the required changes can be made.

    That’s why MRAs went into decline a few years back. They’re barking (= insane)

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  40. Cheque d'Out says:

    I think that this one is from the heart. It’s rather good

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  41. Cheque d'Out says:

    Well it does make sense but the price tag attached by the EU is WILDLY out of proportion to the benefits.

    [Odd that the EU can see this not]

    Basically for sane access to their markets (especially given our £90bn a year trade deficit – they should pay us), they’re demanding that we hand over sovereignty of our seas, our laws, our governance and the courts that rule over everything. Oh and keep paying in.

    Their huge problem is that if we escape their rule then we’ll make it obvious to everyone that their rule fucking sucks. And the euro exodus will commence. That’s their problem. They’re typical socialists; they know that their plans won’t work but they think that they can compensate by controlling everyone and denying them an alternative.

    If the world is communist then no one can escape, comrade, as there’s nowhere to escape to. Especially not for the dead, the starving, the imprisoned and the slaves.

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  42. Liz says:

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  44. Farm Boy says:

    It seems that Democrats now have a standard for dealing with anything that puts their candidates in a bad light — blame Russia. That’s the case with Sen. Chris Murphy, who is very angry that the media isn’t completely ignoring the Hunter Biden story.

    https://lidblog.com/murphy-says-giuliani-russian-asset/

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  45. Cheque d'Out says:

    With ‘friends’ like these, we don’t need enemies

    The fucking little frog has lost his mind. He imagines that start an economic war with us will save him in his upcoming election.

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  46. Cheque d'Out says:

    Smegan and the Boy are offering their gaff out at $700 per hour to the punters

    Does their $100m deal with netflix stink to anyone else? Or is it just me?
    And the 0barmer one. Reeks of a pay-off to me. And the book deals for low demand books.

    [A slow-motion trainwreck the semi-royals are]

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  47. Liz says:

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  48. Ame says:

    Tim Kennedy
    omt1Spnons9horegd ·
    Driving home from work the today day on a route I’ve taken for the past few years. Tired and exhausted from long day of training, I stopped at a railroad crossing. Kind of cursing to myself that I got stuck at this damn Intersection. The sun is starting to set and I just want to get home. The train is slowly passing, I look over at this Jaguar dealership that has been there for as long as I have lived in the city. It’s not a fancy foreign custom type mechanic shop. This is a blue collar, oil all over the driveway, hard-working backbone of America type of mechanic shop. I’m sitting here waiting for this train to pass by and watch the mechanic walk out to his flagpole and stand at the position of attention, and starts lowering the flag. He does it ceremoniously and perfectly. It was as if he had been in the military for 20 years in running drill and ceremony. It was like I was the only one at this ceremony. I promise not a single thing has ever been given to this man. From his elbows to his wrists he is stained brown from the dirt and grime of being a lifelong mechanic. His shoulders are slightly forward not from cowering, or for bending, but from complete commitment to his trade and to providing for his family. I can’t imagine how hard it has been for him these past few months. But there he stands. With his back as straight as he can get it as he respectfully and dutifully retires his flag at sunset. This country is full of men and women just like him. We forget about what this flag stands for to some people. It has been a beacon of hope for people all over the world, for him and for me. Ironically….. This photo was taken in the last few minutes of my work today. Before I mentally checked out and started driving home.

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  49. Ame says:

    i’ve tried to post the link to that Tim Kennedy twice, and it disappears when i click send. weird.

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  50. Cheque d'Out says:

    Don’t explain this to any delicate kids

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  51. Cheque d'Out says:

    C’mon man!

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  52. Cheque d'Out says:

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  53. Farm Boy says:

    a war on the crucial role common sense plays in our lives, for example, “the denial of plain fact that humans are either male or female,” with all that the genetic binary has implied since the beginning of recorded time. This “plain fact” has been routinely and programmatically denied by feminists and gender mavens, for whom sexual differentiation is “fluid” and a matter of choice or feeling. The real “deniers,” however, are the feminists and their male enablers among us who have rejected what Adams called “the axis of rotation” in the spirit of love, as well as the fixed Archimedean point in biology. As a result, the culture is in disarray and its future, as Kierkegaard saw, is despair.

    https://pjmedia.com/columns/david-solway-2/2020/10/17/the-despair-of-feminism-n1066231

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  54. Cheque d'Out says:

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  55. horsemanbombadil says:

    Ame

    That story means so much more because he likely had no idea he was being watched.
    Unlike so many today he was not carrying out a ceremony to be recognized or for favor.

    He was doing a ritual he has likely done day in and day out paying honor only in his own mind.

    That he does this just because “it needs to be done” speaks volumes to his character.

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  56. Ame says:

    I agree, Horseman. It brings tears to my eyes and heart.

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  57. horsemanbombadil says:

    Like Ames story this warms my heart.

    https://nationalpost.com/news/canada/wooden-toy-boat-washes-ashore-on-lake-superior-after-27-years-adrift

    Paddle to the sea is a classic taught in canadian junior schools for the last fifty years.

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  58. whiteguy1 says:

    Latest from Crazyville.

    She was supposed to sign the agreement to stop the pain for me. Still wasn’t signed on Friday afternoon. From what I understand it’s not good to go back on these sort of things in Court. We shall see.

    Got our federal taxes done. We agreed to split the refund…well well well, when she reported me to the AG’s office and lied to them this spring telling them I hadn’t paid her spousal support, they took her at her word…They have me owing her 12K + interest. Of course she never fixed this, even though her lawyer gave her the paperwork to fix it. Well the IRS sent my refund to the AG’s office…

    Off to the attorney’s office, again.

    I sent this to my lawyer friend tell him our plan about getting her to a deposition under oath:
    >Little does she realize that being under oath during a deposition with a ornery old lawyer isn’t going to go the way she thinks it will.

    His response:
    I bet $20.00 she breaks down and cries and stops the dep. Then she will settle when you go back to court on the motion to compel.

    Her story for all time will be how her cruel husband just left her for no reason whatsoever and how she did everything she possibly could have done to keep the marriage together with that abusive, awful man.

    Sounds about right.

    On a brighter note, visited my parents and my little doctor friend this weekend. Visited a Meadery, (mead is awful smooth, got a bottle and some fresh honey) and got out in the country.

    Moved some supplies around so as to move like a single man again.

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  59. horsemanbombadil says:

    Paddle to the sea.

    Ames, Bloom, Molly your kids will love it.

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  60. whiteguy1 says:

    Shadow Knight.

    First not bagging on you at all my brother, I got the feeling you’ve had some hard living and been betrayed by those close to you, I get you. But kids change your wiring, and the ‘math problem’ changes a whole bunch, in a good way. Lord willing you find a good woman to make some with so you can change your math problem too. Praying for you.

    Now Cans.

    All I can suggest is go with a reputable brand that’s been around for a while, The couple I have, both companies have gone out of business, and I sure hope I never need to have them serviced. I bought into the hype on one, and the other because it was cheap, but since it was a 22lr not so much a problem.

    Silencerco seems to have a solid rep, and there are a few others. Try to get a caliber specific, you can shoot a 223 out of a 30 cal can, but it’s not going to be as effective because the hole is oversized.

    The silencer shop seems to be a good place to buy from.

    Some cans are extremely tough, full auto rated, but you can’t beat physics nor thermo. You pay the price in weight, even titanium has to get thick at those temps/pressures.

    Figure out why you need one and then ID those important reqs. Some cans are designed to be quiet and highly accurate other are rated to stand up to the fun switch, different strokes for different folks. For sure if you want to have a 22lr can! They are the best thing in the whole wide world. If I was president I would require all 22’s come with one.

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  61. Farm Boy says:

    .

    Halloween came early to the nation’s capital. Thousands of angry women marched in Washington, D.C. on Saturday to protest Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett and President Trump. Some women wore their pink pussy hats and some wore long red capes and white bonnets. Since this march was mostly a protest against ACB, many women wore black robes with white lace collars as Ruth Bader Ginsburg did.

    Sounds like a super spreader event, right? No, no. The mitigation measures to battle the coronavirus pandemic only apply to some events and activities

    https://hotair.com/archives/karen-townsend/2020/10/18/womens-march-sign-trump-unstable-penis/

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  62. Liz says:

    Let’s play a game called “Is this woman on drugs or just a Democrat”

    Both. Also, she is mentally ill.

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  63. Gunner Q says:

    theshadowedknight says:
    18 October, 2020 at 4:37 am:
    “I’m looking to put a silencer on my rifle, so I’m looking for suggestions on them. Can you all give me any pointers on what I should look for?”

    Have you considered subsonic ammo? Not breaking the sound barrier does a lot to keep things quiet.

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  64. Cheque d'Out says:

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  66. Farm Boy says:

    The WNBA has less support from the public than women’s soccer because society doesn’t perceive women basketball player’s as favorably as women soccer players, according to Seattle Storm player Sue Bird.

    During an interview with CNN on Saturday, Bird said that many soccer players tend to be “cute little white girls,” instead of tall, black, and gay like in women’s basketball, an argument recently made by her girlfriend, soccer star Megan Rapinoe.

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/wnba-star-says-players-judged-more-than-womens-soccer-players-due-to-race-height-sexuality

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  67. Farm Boy says:

    ‘Die in a fire’: Twitter employees reveal deep hatred for Trump

    https://nypost.com/2020/10/17/twitter-employees-reveal-deep-hatred-for-trump/

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  68. Got our federal taxes done. We agreed to split the refund…well well well, when she reported me to the AG’s office and lied to them this spring telling them I hadn’t paid her spousal support, they took her at her word…Got our federal taxes done. We agreed to split the refund…well well well, when she reported me to the AG’s office and lied to them this spring telling them I hadn’t paid her spousal support, they took her at her word…

    Seems like lying to the AG’s office would be frowned upon, even when a woman does it. And that such lies would be admissible in a divorce hearing.

    I’m gonna stop making sense now.

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  69. During an interview with CNN on Saturday, Bird said that many soccer players tend to be “cute little white girls,” instead of tall, black, and gay like in women’s basketball,

    Hmm, could be that the stories of the giant black lesbians harassing any straight girls to the point of them quitting the league could be an issue…

    More likely it’s that giant black lesbians can’t play basketball in even a remotely entertaining manner, so no one wants to watch.

    No one watches the lesbian soccer games outside of the world cup matches, and even then the ratings were pathetic compared to regular season NFL games.

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  70. SFC Ton says:

    Didn’t watch it, would not waste the time on it even if I owned a TV

    I figure our time would be better spent planing riots/ counter riot operations…… depending on the results

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  71. SFC Ton says:

    LOL I fire almost exclusively birdshot at the range

    Got to keep them training costs low to keep the training time high

    Though I don’t shoot much at all these days. I’m building a range at my new place but that’s more for the kids and family and my decdants then it is for me

    Last bit of serious shooting I did involved a .22 and clay pigeons

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  72. Farm Boy says:

    One wonders if Hunter Biden’s drug usage has kept his weight down…

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  73. SFC Ton says:

    9mm FMJ seems to be running around $25 to $35 per box of 50

    DAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMN!!!!!!!!! Adjusted for currency, I can pick up a brick of 500 9mm rounds for around $116 USD.
    ……

    Cross the broader and sell that shit

    https://www.bitethebullet.co/large-bulk-ammo-pallets

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  74. SFC Ton says:

    Word press ate a link I posted……

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  75. SFC Ton says:

    We should set up a free trade English speaking nation zone deal

    Would be bad for y’all in a lot of ways but at leastbtye new over loads would speak English and give y’all a leg up moving somewhere with more room and more firearms

    [Wonder if Scotland counts as English speaking I do]

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  76. ikr says:

    Question about Unwritten Rule #1 at SS:

    Is the loser of the thread defined as the first person to answer (on topic) the exit question?

    Thus making everyone else is a winner?

    *back to my corner*

    [All winners here at Spawny’s we are]

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  77. SFC Ton says:

    What do you want your can do to?

    Maximally reduce noise? Improve your long distance accuracy? How many round do you want to fire between services? How easy do you want that servicing to be? How do you want it to attach? How much weight are you willing to tolerate?

    Etc etc etc

    Generally I recommend surefire if you don’t know the answer to any of those questions

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  78. Farm Boy says:

    Video Surfaces Of Final Debate Moderator ‘Tipping Off’ Hillary Clinton Campaign On Interview Questions In 2016

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/video-surfaces-of-final-debate-moderator-tipping-off-hillary-clinton-campaign-on-interview-questions-in-2016

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  79. SFC Ton says:

    Thanks boss

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  80. SFC Ton says:

    Have you considered subsonic ammo? Not breaking the sound barrier does a lot to keep things quiet.
    ……

    Can be hard to find and costs extra when you extend it across a life time

    Of course they work really well together for when the situation calls for it

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  81. SFC Ton says:

    And obviously lowering the velocity lowers the effectiveness of the round

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  82. theshadowedknight says:

    I’m mostly thinking of using it to disguise the noise of gunshots if I’m operating in the city. That and as hearing protection. I’m not an assassin, and if I get into that sort of thing I’m preferably going to be doing it from further away than 5.56 range. So that if I have to shoot and run it isn’t super obvious what is happening.

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  83. Farm Boy says:

    Liz protecting hearth and home

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  84. Ame says:

    ikr
    1h ago
    Question about Unwritten Rule #1 at SS:

    Is the loser of the thread defined as the first person to answer (on topic) the exit question?

    Thus making everyone else is a winner?

    *back to my corner*

    [All winners here at Spawny’s we are]

    LOL!

    We’re all just super A.D.D. !!! 🙂

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  85. Sharkly says:

    Best few seconds I’ve spent all day:

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  86. Sharkly says:

    Paddle to the Sea.
    LOL Most boring half hour of my childhood. They even made us watch that in Korea, at Seoul Foreign School. Thanks for bringing back a bad memory, wrought upon children by Canada.

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  87. theshadowedknight says:

    There is almost certainly no child porn on Hunter Biden’s computer. That talk is shill talk to make the dirty shit on there seem less significant when porn is on there. Its trying to oversell it so hard that just the lack of child porn is excuse enough to ignore it. Nevermind that shit, and focus on the real scandal. Joe Biden is crooked as a gay snake, and his kid is a druggies and a mess.

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  88. Sharkly says:

    Paddle to the Sea. “Spoiler Alert!”
    As I recall it:
    A toy canoe floats down a stream for the entire film, while a politically-correct narrator tells children what they should think about environmental issues, other cultures, and indigenous people groups, Etc. Correct me if I left anything out. LOL

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  89. RichardP says:

    The photos of Hunter were photoshopped. The bad pictures and text on Hunter’s computers (3 of them) were placed there while the computers were at the repair shop. Prove me wrong.

    That, in a nutshell, is why nothing will come of this.

    Accounting for the chain of possession is everything in a trial. When you cannot account for every second of possession, the defense is going to get an acquital because of reasonable doubt. It worked for O.J. It will work for Hunter. That is why it was not brought to Trump’s attention. The material “discovered” on the computer(s) is sensational. But it is a nothingburger if they cannot prove chain of possession and prove that someone did not place that material there while it was being repaired.

    That is the argument.

    Of course – what a coincidence that nefarious folks wanting to do the Biden’s harm just happened to know the precise time that Hunter’s computers were at that specific repair shop.

    Stay tuned. Or not. After the initial sensationalism, I think nothing will come of this. Because reasonable doubt will be stoked sky high.

    That is the American way after all. Reasonable doubt.

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  90. Sharkly says:

    Regarding – Paddle to the Sea:
    As I recall, the kid who made the toy canoe is a “Mary Sue” character. The narrator also pushes both “Noble Savage” sentimentalism and “Romantic Primitivism”. I now recall I was forced to watch it more than once, because the film broke near the end so we watched it again on another day, starting completely over. Even as a child I sensed it was a preachy anti-industrial environmentalist indoctrination film. I’d love to hear “the Critical Drinker” review ‘Paddle to the Sea’ and really dissect it for all of us who were forced to watch it repeatedly in school. It was the sort of thing they made us kids watch on rainy days, or with substitute teachers, and the school library didn’t own a lot of films. They never gave us the much preferable option to just watch the raindrops as they slowly cascaded down the classroom windows. Then, no doubt, after enduring the film, they’d make us sing the world’s most depressing song, “Raindrops keep falling on my head”. Some days it just wasn’t worth getting up and going to school! Too bad truancy wasn’t an option for me.

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  91. Sharkly says:

    Seriously! Since when do we allow Canadians to publish their art? No more!

    [Better than “Moose” it would be]

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  92. Cheque d'Out says:

    Happy Days. Long may they last

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  93. Sharkly says:

    While I’m picking on Canadians, I’ll post this:

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  94. Sharkly says:

    Crazy Canucks!

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  95. Sharkly says:

    It turns out there is a whole field of funny book cover memes:

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  96. Cheque d'Out says:

    Pierry Chan has quite the talent.

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  97. Cheque d'Out says:

    I’ll let you know when I think that the UK has the right to laugh at Canada for having shit politicians. Don’t hold your breath.
    The Donald has the civilised world on his shoulders right now.

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  98. Larry G says:

    “Is the loser of the thread defined as the first person to answer (on topic) the exit question?” WTF????????? ON TOPIC?? Are you kidding? Anyone who is caught being on topic is severely chastised publicly and humiliated into buying a round….don’t let that be you!

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  99. Cheque d'Out says:

    Thank you Larry. Somebody needed to say that and I’m glad that you did.

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  100. Cheque d'Out says:


    And being a good socialist, he proceeded to take half the cash from his son’s takings from the deal.

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  101. SFC Ton says:

    #1 a young man with decent eges you should be good to go with 5.56 out to 600 yards without any gear helping him out. That’s on the range with nothing at stake. Shit changes quickly when rounds are traveling both ways.

    Most dudes think they’ll be playing the long game if things go sideways but will they? Will you have the skill set to hit partially covered man size targets at 800 yards? Will you have the shooting lanes and all that? Most guys will be lucky to hit a partially covered man size target at 100 yards let alone 300 or longer. 800 yards is doable but is going to require an investment of time and money. Not sure that is practical for most.

    Reduced sound and flash within 300 yards can be a major advantage. Especially if you have good cover and home field advantage/ trying to break contact. Which I reckon you’d be doing a lot of you’re riding solo

    #2 again do you want to maximally reduced decibels? Or do you want to go longer stretches without having to service the can? Maximum reduction frequently comes with much short service intervals and by service intervals I mean reduced performance….. as in the cans get louder and don’t hide the flash as well either. Carbon build up is a bitch but a fact of life

    Personally if you are going to have one rifle/ one can I would opt to use rugged…which will mean a little less on the decibel reduction but longer service interval.

    I’m a huge proponent of owning a suppressor. It’s a huge tactical advantage in….. well I won’t say that bit but I think it’s also the kind of situations most folks will find themselves in if antifa or who have ever shows up.

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  102. “Most guys will be lucky to hit a partially covered man size target at 100 yards let alone 300 or longer.”

    Hey, I resemble that remark.

    Hah, I’d better have a mortar for 300 hundred yard attempts.

    BTW, what’s the range and area of effect for a mortar?

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  103. Liz says:

    The easiest thing to do is to say,
    “That laptop isn’t ours, Hunter didn’t send/recive those e-mails”
    Yet they haven’t done that.

    Not so easy.
    Bannon/Giuliani are in possession of an email from Hunter’s lawyer asking for the computer back. I’d say that verifies ownership (as well as nuclear stupidity). Others in his emails have verified them, including his jailed former partner.

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  104. Liz says:

    Richard:
    “We’re actually going to place the emails up so people can read them themselves. To your point, to underline your point, yes these are totally separate from the New York Post emails. I don’t have access and have not had access to those emails and what we are dealing with in our case is—you’re exactly 100 percent right. These are not printouts, these are not PDFs—we actually go into the Gmail account and pull the emails out and download them. They are timestamped. These are real. These are genuine. That’s one of the reasons we felt it was so important to pursue this. Cooney is taking a risk because he’s trusting us with this trove of emails which includes personal information. So he’s taking quite a risk in sharing this information but he feels like it needs to get out because people need to understand how these deals were done.”

    https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2020/10/18/exclusive-peter-schweizer-hunter-bidens-flipped-business-partner-provided-26000-emails/?fbclid=IwAR3q6UJyxn3XcaW43824-idLZSy6g77qgkW484kJlbeTNgrKmSG7uxHtAEI

    I think the “beyond reasonable doubt” portion has been satisfied.

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  105. theshadowedknight says:

    I could make 500 yards all day on the range, so I doubt that 600 yards is beyond me. That said, when am I going to be making a 600 yard shot in a city? Especially with 5.56? Thats what a .308 precision rifle is for.

    I will probably be only ever operating at 200 yards or less. If I am trying to break contact, probably less because I’m trying to use the twists and turns of the city to disappear. The silencer is to disguise the noise of any shots I have to take, and will not be operated for a long stretch without cleaning and maintenance.

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  106. Liz says:

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  107. Liz says:

    Comey has been silent for quite a while.
    This all must be putting a damper on his soon to be released (January 12) book entitled
    “Saving Justice: Truth, Transparency, and Trust”

    If Biden wins, some liberal agency or another win ensure his book is a bestseller.
    If Biden loses, Comey will never get a buyer again. He might even encounter some serious legal issues.
    He’s got a lot riding on this election.
    (does anyone else think it’s weird the whistleblower’s name is Cooney?)

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  108. Cill says:

    Liz at 6:53 pm

    I never did get into that stuff either. Game of Thrones, Dungeons and Dragons etc.

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  109. Farm Boy says:

    During the time Joe Biden was US point man on Ukraine, there were three Ukrainian Prosecutors General. The first, Vitaly Yerema and the third, Yuriy Lutsenko, actively helped Burisma, the Ukrainian oil and gas company, escape responsibility for the theft of Ukraine’s oil and gas assets. Biden did not speak out against them and made no effort to force either of them from office. Coincidentally, his son Hunter and Hunter’s business partner, Devon Archer, were on the payroll of Burisma.

    Only one, Viktor Shokin, pursued Burisma and its owner Mykola Zlochevsky. Shokin put seizures on their assets and issued a warrant for Zlochevsky’s arrest should he return to Ukraine. Yet Shokin, not Yerema and not Lutsenko, was the one Prosecutor General that Biden called out and forced from office. In fact, I am aware of no other instance in which the United States demanded the firing of a prosecutor in a country to which we supplied foreign aid, no matter how corrupt. If not unprecedented, what Biden did in Ukraine was at least extraordinary

    https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2020/10/the_bidens_and_the_crooked_ukrainian_prosecutors.html

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  110. Cheque d'Out says:

    They’re still banking on capitulation by Boris. I don’t think that they have a plan B. The price of believing their MSM and ours. And huffing each other’s bubbles’ farts

    It was a phone call, I guess, as Frosty the ‘No’ man told them not to bother travelling if they hadn’t found a new tune. And they haven’t.

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  111. Farm Boy says:

    An entirely new source — a business partner of Hunter Biden who has “flipped” and granted full access (i.e., his username and password) to years of his Gmail email account — reveals that access to then-V.P. Biden in the White House was granted in 2011 to a high-level group of members of the Chinese Communist Party with a keen interest in U.S. trade policy, as that policy was being formulated.

    https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2020/10/beyond_hunters_macbook_email_account_of_his_exbusines_partner_reveals_high_level_chinese_group_bought_hidden_access_to_biden_at_the_white_house.html

    With a gmail account, all emails are signed with a Google private key. So there is effectively no way to forge them without being easily detected

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  112. Larry G says:

    “We now wait for the UK’s reaction.” Um, something along this line perhaps?

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  113. Farm Boy says:

    Biden Campaign Surrogate on Hunter Biden Emails: Nobody ‘Is Saying They Are Inauthentic’

    https://amgreatness.com/2020/10/18/biden-campaign-surrogate-on-hunter-biden-emails-nobody-is-saying-they-are-inauthentic/

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  114. Farm Boy says:

    “Joe Biden not only misled the public about his knowledge of his son’s business dealings with Ukraine, he also conducted U.S. foreign policy in a manner that put his son’s businesses interests ahead of the country.”

    https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2020/10/how_the_mainstream_media_covered_for_joe_biden.html

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  115. Farm Boy says:

    In the politics of envy that permeated the Senate Judiciary hearings for Judge Amy Coney Barrett, Senator Amy Klobuchar’s lament that “I might have thought someday I’d be sitting in that chair” was the most revealing of all

    https://spectator.org/hell-hath-no-fury-like-a-female-democratic-senator-scorned/

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  116. Farm Boy says:

    ‘Ratcliffe Is 100% Correct’: Senior Official Confirms Intel That Hunter Biden Laptop Not Russian Disinformation

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/ratcliffe-is-100-correct-senior-official-confirms-intel-that-hunter-biden-laptop-not-russian-disinformation

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  117. Farm Boy says:

    I suppose this settles it then

    Seven Notre Dame librarians want Amy Coney Barrett to halt Supreme Court nomination

    https://www.thecollegefix.com/seven-notre-dame-librarians-want-amy-coney-barrett-to-halt-supreme-court-nomination/

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  118. Cheque d'Out says:

    Game Over man. Game Over.

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  119. Larry G says:

    In the finest French tradition….

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  120. Cheque d'Out says:


    (the week day lunchtime ABBC show lead by a lefty bovine drone)

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  121. Cheque d'Out says:

    Micron looks like the kind of pipsqueak that was bullied a lot at school…at least I hope that he was.
    (apologies for old joke)

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  122. Larry G says:

    “(apologies for old joke)” apology accepted…but you do realize I hope that this is WAY the fuck off topic, right?

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  123. Larry G says:

    well now, that really sucks…

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  124. Larry G says:

    Gratuitous Images – this will be mercifully short…Women of North Korea!

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  125. Liz says:

    This is pretty incredible for Orange county.

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  126. RichardP says:

    This is a good summary of the Hunter laptops saga.

    https://www.zerohedge.com/political/hunter-bidens-laptop-not-some-russian-disinformation-campaign-dni-ratcliffe-slams-schiff

    From my original post upthread:

    That is the argument.

    Of course – what a coincidence that nefarious folks wanting to do the Biden’s harm just happened to know the precise time that Hunter’s computers were at that specific repair shop.

    Stay tuned. Or not. After the initial sensationalism, I think nothing will come of this. Because reasonable doubt will be stoked sky high.

    I think Schiff and Co. will keep stoking the “reasonable doubt” to provide cover for those who want to vote for Biden going forward (see the news headlines presented in the link above). It will not be possible to prove those headlines wrong. Schiff and Co. will argue that DNI Ratcliffe only says that they have no evidence that supports the idea of Russian collusion – which is not the same as saying that no such evidence exists. Schiff and Co will argue that such evidence does exist, we just haven’t found it yet. And, besides – we don’t need such evidence because it is obvious to any reasonable person that this is Russian interference.

    And a great many folks will accept that as a satisfactory explanation of the situation.

    Just watch.

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  127. Cheque d'Out says:

    Wonderful what a desire for self-preservation can do to politicians.

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  128. Liz says:

    And a great many folks will accept that as a satisfactory explanation of the situation.

    I’m sure that’s true but those folks don’t decide the verdict of a trial.

    Just watch.
    Yep.

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  129. Cheque d'Out says:

    Sorry Larry. I let you down. I let me down. I let everyone down.

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  130. Larry G says:

    Just got off the phone about 5 minutes ago and was told that I will be laid off my job as of Oct 30, after nearly 20 years…trying to absorb this little turn of events …this sucks a little

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  131. Ouch, sorry to hear that Larry.

    Is it related to business down-turn caused by the Hoax?

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  132. Larry G says:

    KHH, dunno…they said RIF due to “restructuring”….not totally unexpected and I have been planning for this day for the last 10 years, I’m not hurting at all. Money stashed away, house completely paid off, no debts or loans….time to coast

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  133. Liz says:

    OH, no. I’m so sorry Larry that sucks.

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  134. Glad to hear you’re in a good place.

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  135. Larry G says:

    Yeah it does suck a little..but dang, I turn 68 next month…I’m tired of working anyway….telling my Mrs is not going to be fun much but we will soldier on….kinda starting to piss me off some

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  136. I got laid off back after Y2K when the tech school/consultancy where I was working decided they could fire all the experienced people and just go with some people who had just completed the last training cycle; paying them a little less than 1/2 of what we were making.

    The owner then sold to an investment group; taking less money as they said he could stay on as “President” and then they fired him 2 months later since he didn’t get that in writing for some reason.

    I was real busted up about it when I heard.

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  137. Larry G says:

    well for a little bit I’m going out of loop till I figure out where all this shit is headed…I’ll be fine, kids…but y’all are on your own for Eye Candy for awhile

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  138. Well, if you end up moving Larry, pick a place with nice scenery.

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  139. Ame says:

    so … i’ve seen this a few times lately w/mom’s i know, and i find it revealing and disturbing.

    there seems to be this belief that once a daughter turns 18 and/or graduates from high school, she’s totally on her own. mom and dad take a totally hands-off approach. and they look at her choices as, “Oh, well, kids these days.” … or, “She has to figure things out on her own.” or something like that.

    so … in all this feminism where women are thinking they’re ‘like men’ and should be treated like them, it looks like they’re treating their daughters like boys, kicking them out, and just letting them run wild, and shrugging their shoulders and blowing it off to the excuse that kids will be kids, and they have to get it out of their system.

    another underlying part of this seems to be that moms who lived on the wild side when they were younger think it’s okay their daughters do, too – or, perhaps, they don’t want to have to confess to their own indiscretions, so they let the matter ride. they also secretly support their daughters getting on birth control to keep them from getting pregnant … just in case.

    i’m sure that the entitlement daughters are raised with is a huge part of everything, because that sets them up to continue to feel entitled and to believe they’re entitled when their parents kick they out from under their protection.

    but that the girls are kicked out from under their parents’ protection, given no boundaries, is just a recipe for disaster on so many levels. the parents wiping their hands of any responsibility is an easy out for them, but it leaves girls unprotected and without accountability for their behavior – both of which are needed.

    if i understand Cill’s family correctly, this would never be approved of in families like Cill’s where every generation is involved with one another and holds one another accountable.

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  140. “but it leaves girls unprotected and without accountability for their behavior – both of which are needed.”

    Well, it’s the law. 18 yo girls are adults under the law. Daddy isn’t allowed to tell her jack squat about how to behave, but he can be made financially responsible for both her health insurance and college tuition.

    Girls who are raised to feel super-entitled aren’t being protected from anything.

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  141. Ame says:

    KH – yep, it’s all mixed together. it’s easy to raise someone to be entitled if you don’t think you have to be responsible for their behavior as they grow older.

    i asked a mom about her daughter this week – daughter is in her mid-to-late 20’s. she commented how her daughter is just like she was – needs to sample a bit of everything. and then she laughed thinking this was okay. oh, and she considers herself a christian.

    yes, there’s the law where they are adults at 18. but there’s not a loyalty, or something, developed in them that makes them even want to honor something or someone other than themselves.

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  142. SFC Ton says:

    BTW, what’s the range and area of effect for a mortar?
    ………

    What size are you lookimg for?

    The important thing is to know your limits and plan accordingly

    Got off my ass and rung some steel at 800 yards today. No optics beyond my glasses. Took a little while to get in the right head space for that.

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  143. Farm Boy says:

    The future is Bi they say

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  144. SFC Ton says:

    You can get some seriously long shots in urban environments if you know how to set things up but 200-300 yards is a good range. Will give you an edge over most tangos but won’t be to taxing when you at mqx pucker factor and haven’t slept or eaten for days

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  145. SFC Ton says:

    Basically bi? Doesn’t surprise me. Always figure that stuff was for gender benders and what not anyway

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  146. SFC Ton says:

    The hunter Biden lap top will end up being a non issue.

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  147. SFC Ton says:

    I turn 68 next month…I’m tired of working anyway….telling my Mrs is not going to be fun much but we will soldier on….kinda starting to piss me off some
    …….

    Lawyer up Just to be a dick

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  148. Farm Boy says:

    Great moments in projection

    Whitmer: Trump ‘Inspiring and Incentivizing and Inciting’ Domestic Terrorism

    https://www.air.tv/watch?v=cvf9znPwRsmBa0ZV8P2A_Q

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  149. Farm Boy says:

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  150. SFC Ton says:

    Dear who ever sent that note,

    I look forward to continuing this conversation in person.

    Ton

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  151. Yes, that note reminds me that dumb-ass Lefties who “worry” that Trump will refuse to honor the “peaceful transition of power” if he loses are the same people who are preparing to burn down the country if Biden loses.

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  152. In other news: Fat Girl Is Fat

    https://pagesix.com/2020/10/19/ashley-graham-strips-down-for-empowering-nude-selfie/

    and being fat is “empowering”. Somehow.

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  153. Larry G says:

    Quick update…a total of 11 employees were give notice today of losing the jobs. Another and bigger round of layoffs are coming in March of next year.
    Discussed all this with the Mrs a little while ago and we came to the joint decision that it’s time to start moving towards the doors and permanently leave the US to live in her country for keeps. Sell all our stuff, sell the house and car, looking at late May or June (depending on what the China Plague is doing then) to get the fuck outta Dodge.

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  154. Larry G says:

    got some mission planning to do for the next few days, I’ll add stuff as I see necessary

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  155. SFC Ton says:

    LOL that naked fat chick…. let’s see how many likes she gets when she hits the wall and lays on more blubber

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  156. Farm Boy says:

    Rapper Fifty Cent Endorses Trump When He Sees Joe Biden’s 62+% Combined Planned Tax Rate

    http://ace.mu.nu/archives/390874.php

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  157. Liz says:

    I just read Gunner’s anecdote about game night with “friends”.
    https://gunnerq.com/2020/10/05/change-afoot/comment-page-1/

    Apparently the host asked everyone to wear their masks at this “social” get together.
    This actually blows my mind. We were the first family to host a get together after the covid.
    Figured everyone had had enough (think it was around summer, or before….little did any of us know how long the madness would last).
    Mike and I considered wearing our masks to greet people at the door as a joke.
    I can’t imagine making guests wear masks. That’s the crappiest host I’ve ever heard of, and that’s saying a LOT.

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  158. Gunner Q says:

    “Rapper Fifty Cent Endorses Trump When He Sees Joe Biden’s 62+% Combined Planned Tax Rate”

    He didn’t want to be Rapper Twenty-Nine Cent? Huh.

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  159. Liz says:

    and being fat is “empowering”. Somehow.

    I think empowered is the new code for “fat”.
    They don’t call beautiful slim women posing naked empowered, do they.

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  160. lastmod says:

    We all know what kind of man Trump is, love him or hate him

    Pompus ass???

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  161. theshadowedknight says:

    The alternative to Trump is Soviet-style anarcho-tyranny. Antifa running the streets while the police arrest you for defending yourself. Fat black women as commissars in the workplace making sure you piss sitting down and don’t do anything to offend colored people. A vote for Jo is a vote for the left, because Jo is of the left.

    Its real impressive that you all think you are sending a message to the elite and that they care. They fucking hate you and have declared that they are going to kill you and will change the rules so that you have no chance of ever resisting them again. Do you really think that a vote for a joke candidate that is a little less left than Bernie matters? Do you think they will lose a moment of sleep? Do you think they care about your opinion?

    Announcing a vote for the Lolberterian Party is a de facto announcement that you aren’t on the team. It means you are left out in the cold on both sides. The left hates you because you aren’t screaming for white people to die alongside them. The right won’t trust you to stand and fight when the time comes. All you are doing is ensuring that both sides will be shooting at you when this shit starts. And somehow people wonder why no one votes for lolberterians. Its because you all are clueless and autistic and no one actually wants to live like that.

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  163. Farm Boy says:

    The beatings will continue…

    Governor Gretchen Whitmer: If You’re Tired of Masks And Wish You Could Go Back to Church, Vote for Biden

    https://www.redstate.com/kiradavis/2020/10/19/whitmer-tired-of-masks-vote-biden/

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  164. Liz says:

    Mike started pheasant hunting about seven years ago with this group (his friend owns a farm in South Dakota). The first day back then they’d get around 300 the first day. It gradually got worse through the years and last year was the worst ever at 80, until now (8).
    Apparently pheasant hunting is the biggest money maker for the state out there (think they even let people with a license shoot from their vehicles).
    At this rate, I’m not sure there will be any left. They don’t know what is happening, but there aren’t any hens either. There used to be about 10 to one hens to roosters, now just about every pheasant they see is a rooster.
    They suspect the new large combines farmers are using during nesting season are killing off all the nesting hens. It’s a bummer. A lot of the farmers get extra money from hunters who pay them to use their property during the season.

    In other news, I have chickenpox.
    Can this year get any weirder?!?!

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  165. Liz says:

    https://news.yahoo.com/black-products-black-shoppers-black-152854537.html

    In this article, Korean business owners are blamed for being “too insular” as their business is attacked by the black Americans who don’t like Koreans peddling products for African Americans (and basically like to take advantage of the looting craze to steal some shyte).
    Imagine this happening anywhere else (latino community, Asian community, white community) with black business owners instead. Just imagine it.
    I’m sure the anti-defamation league would want the whole community cited as a terrorist racist group.

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  166. Ame says:

    Chickenpox, Liz?!!! Oh.my.word! I’ll be praying for you. I hear that’s really rough as an adult 😥

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  167. Liz says:

    Thanks Ame ❤
    Yes. I've never even seen a real case of chickenpox (though I've worked with a lot of patients with shingles in the past). Thought it was just about eradicated and have no idea at all how I got it (though my guess is a dirty mask…the virus can last up to 24 hours on surfaces).

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  168. Ame says:

    Wow Liz, take care of yourself. I know you know this, but sometimes we have to be reminded 💖. Please let me know if there’s anything I can do for you.

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  169. SFC Ton says:

    Same kind of thing happened to duck hunting

    Became a serious momey maker, non hunters with ready cash jump in becuase it’s relatively easy ( with a guide) and bam! Sucks for locals

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