HOW DEEP IS THAT HOLE


In a galaxy far far down a very deep hole and NOT far away…

The advance of computerized machines imposes a veneer of technological progress on a world in decline. Feminism and the Left are replacing enlightenment and scientific discipline with hysteria and mumbo-jumbo. They accuse 2 + 2 = 4 of being an example of oppressive white male privilege. This accusation, which would have been laughed out of town a couple of decades ago, has been seriously put forward by math professors and educators at leading American universities. How much further will we allow Feminism to pull us down?

Women have no excuse for the regression. Science landed men on the lunar surface prior to Gender and Diversity Studies landing women in lunacy.

The Left controls the machines because lefties dominate in computer programming. From their lofty perch, capitalism and the employment of workers seem quite irrelevant. As owners of the machines, or as decision-makers for corporate owners, they are amassing a big chunk of the world’s total wealth. Add the wealth from the left-shift of corporations and billionaires in general, and suddenly we are talking about ideological control of money in the West.

The Left’s domination of anything is bad. Their domination of computer programming is a disaster.

This time, mechanization and automation will not be followed by worthwhile human employment elsewhere. This time, the opportunities for fresh employment will be limited to the regression industry itself (except for some advice I offer below).

I think of the leftist elite as the billionaires club. I know some of them. Ethically bankrupt in character and moral fibre, they nevertheless provide most of the western world’s direct tax revenue.

In their world, there is no place for the Right. Totalitarianism is the preserve of the leftist elite. Machines do not disobey. For the masses, too, individualism and merit are out. Group think and obedience are in. Feminism and BLM are encouraged because ignorance can be fooled all of the time. The billionaire club is okay with brutal intolerance toward anyone who is not Marxist/Feminist.

In order for uniformity and conformity to prevail, we will be snooped on by the keepers of group think. The gender and diversity mob will continue to be the most committed and shrill of the billionaires’ useful idiots.

We are already far down the hole. They have sunk the separation of the powers. Due process and the Fourth Estate are defunct. And as for technology replacing manual labor, may I refer you to C&S Wholesale Grocers and the Wolfsburg car factory for just two examples of many?

As the biggest contributors to the coffers of government, the elite Left are deciding who the politicians are and what their policies will be. For the sake of window dressing, there will always be elections. However, the way things are going, it won’t be long before the only people getting into government are the politicians approved by the funders. Then lo and behold we have a one-party State.

In a leftist one-party State, employed people would be handsomely rewarded (from machine earnings) to distinguish them from the deplorables. Politicians would be in the direct employment of the billionaires club, as would bureaucrats, the military, law enforcement, the health and financial sectors, the informants, and of course the circle-jerk propagandists (the judiciary and media and teachers).

With the billionaires club in control of the State, their direct employees and their useful idiots are the swamp. With the possible exceptions of the health sector and the military, they are all just a bunch of glorified dole-bludgers sucking on the electronic teat of an ideologue’s machine.

As a gesture of generosity, the elite will withhold their machines from some strategically-selected areas of production to provide employment for people who want to work. Hiring and promotion will of course accord with conformity, obedience, and intersectionality. Be that as it may, human effort will produce but a pittance compared to the output of the machines.

The billionaires will always be keen to provide employment for artistic designers, and less enthusiastically for engineers as well. The latter will be kept in close proximity with the former to maintain the feasibility of production by machines.

The challengers of conformity and obedience are most likely to be Caucasian, heterosexual, and male. Therefore straight white males must be suppressed. State-sanctioned racism and sexism shall be practised against them. Critical Race Theory and Intersectionality shall be enforced. (With that they might come to grief… but I covered that in an earlier post.)

Some advice here: the future belongs to those who control the machines. Computer programming is easy to learn. Don’t be fooled by notions that you have to be a genius. I show young men how to write code and one of them has gone on to do big things. Get on the internet and learn. We need a heck of a lot more non-leftist programmers out there, otherwise… well, read on :

Those in whom most of the world’s wealth is concentrated intend to own every area of monetary value including entertainment. Lefties long to rub shoulders with celebrities (hell’s bells I can’t think of anything more fucking boring than that). With the media and education and entertainment in their pockets, they can own minds. Public companies will be replaced by private companies for the exclusive few. A holy Empire is ordained and the chosen hero shall be Female or LGBTQ or some kiddy-fiddling antifa on the blue pill.

In a galaxy far far down a very deep hole…

There will always be a blue pill for the conformists, the obedient, the weak. The meek shall have comfort. But will there also always be a red pill for the inquiring and the strong, for those who want to know how deep the rabbit hole goes?

How many can see how deep is that hole?

How many can see a way out

Posted in Cill, Trainwreck, Why
138 comments on “HOW DEEP IS THAT HOLE
  1. Sharkly says:

    “Former Secretary of State John Kerry attended a panel discussion at the World Economic Forum during which he asserted that a great reset was urgently needed to stop the rise of populism.”

    “… stop the rise of populism.”

    In plain English that means thwart democracy, and suppress the will of the governed.

    And I’m certain the Lefties want to force their devastating godless Marxism on us instead.
    Democracy was all well and good with those satanic fools as long as everybody kept voting for more immorality and lawlessness, but when a majority of people realized we have gone too far, and this libertine nonsense is how civilizations fall, now the Left no longer wants to allow “the people” a say.

    Lefties are of Satan. Like Alinsky tells them, they hold conservatives to exacting rules, but the instant those same rules hinder Satan’s agenda, they say “fug the old rules” and make up new ones. The only way to beat them is through consistently being willing to bring violent retribution on them for their destructive and satanic heresies and blasphemies against all that is faithful and true. They either need to be beaten or k1lled, or become convinced that they will be beat or k1lled if they don’t quit their wickedness.

    You can’t rule the unrighteous in a laissez-faire or “hands off” fashion like how you can give the godly their liberty, since the God-fearing have more of the requisite self-control which is a fruit of God’s spirit. The wicked need to be ruled with a rod of iron. Even Christ the merciful will rule the ungodly for a thousand years with a rod of iron. The rod of iron is not a momentary measure to regain control, it is a permanent and necessary feature that Jesus, who loved us enough to die for us, will maintain in order to assure everybody’s best interest is served by maintaining justice.

    We all need to have our wicked rebellion against God’s ways repressed. And wicked and rebellious women need repression the most of all. Women are most usually the source of the cry to fix God’s holy patriarchal design that ain’t ever been broke. We as people are all corrupted, but God’s ways are perfect, and God put men, the better half, in charge for many good and righteous reasons. We can plainly see some of those reasons, and other parts just need to accepted by faith, because God is infinitely wiser than we are.
    Or you can follow this world’s foolish chattering pack of lemmings who are racing to push God off the brow of another cliff, just like all the previous packs of lemmings who died trying that. Only this time the lemmings are professing themselves to be far wiser. LOL

    God will not be mocked! Our national good fortune is directly connected to how well we follow his kingdom’s patriarchal order, Father to Son, on earth as it is in heaven!

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  2. okrahead says:

    The left can take over a system. The left cannot keep the system running. If the left were actually competent to keep the system running they would be less dangerous to themselves and everyone else.
    There’s a reason the average South Korean man is six inches taller than the average North Korean man, and it isn’t genetics.
    The Holodomor. The Great Leap Forward. The Khmer Rouge. The Terror. The Holocaust (yes, it was a real thing, and yes, Nazis were socialists).
    The only thing the left is really good at is mass killing and genocide. They break eggs all day long 24/7 and never can make the omelet.
    The left cannot create anything because they have rejected the Creator.
    As useful as it is, we built plenty of great stuff before modern computer code.
    Most of our really great stuff doesn’t truly require computer code. We had phones/autos/electric power/antibiotics/modern dentistry/air conditioning/refrigeration/laundry machines… all without computer code.

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  3. okrahead says:

    SJWs are all suffering from privilege envy. It’s a thing.

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  4. horsemanbombadil says:

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  5. Cill says:

    Sharkly you have been hammered by Askimet. Four comments in spam. At a glance they seem the same as the one you finally got through at 12:31 am. If you want I can free them all and you can tell me which ones to delete (if any).

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  6. “The Left controls the machines because lefties dominate in computer programming.”

    While researching some more ways to keep Apple from spying on me until I can get a decent linux box up and working well enough, I came across two technically brilliant but politically moronic Apple critics. How anyone can have such a deep understanding of the logic required for computers to perform as desired and yet be so completely, ludicrously wrong about almost every social or economic question is baffling. This isn’t nutty “the professor has some quirks” territory; this is “that not how people work, that not how any society can possibly work” calamity level stuff.

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  7. Bumping this:

    It’s something I really do wonder about.

    Frequently.

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  8. okrahead says:

    Is there some way I can give the dog multiple likes?

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  9. Farm Boy says:

    Is that Liz’ Chiweenie?

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  10. Cill says:

    My woman likes Cavoodles. Stupid little toy things.

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  11. JPF says:

    The rod of iron is not a momentary measure to regain control, it is a permanent and necessary feature that Jesus, who loved us enough to die for us, will maintain in order to assure everybody’s best interest is served by maintaining justice.

    This is a critical point, which is also severely lacking from the theology of our Cult of Nice churches.
    The sinners will not like what a loving God does to them. And it still needs to be done. This is similar to Hebrews 12:
    5 And have you forgotten the exhortation that addresses you as sons?

    “My son, do not regard lightly the discipline of the Lord,
    nor be weary when reproved by him.
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    For the Lord disciplines the one he loves,
    and chastises every son whom he receives.”

    7 It is for discipline that you have to endure. God is treating you as sons. For what son is there whom his father does not discipline? 8 If you are left without discipline, in which all have participated, then you are illegitimate children and not sons. 9 Besides this, we have had earthly fathers who disciplined us and we respected them. Shall we not much more be subject to the Father of spirits and live? 10 For they disciplined us for a short time as it seemed best to them, but he disciplines us for our good, that we may share his holiness. 11 For the moment all discipline seems painful rather than pleasant, but later it yields the peaceful fruit of righteousness to those who have been trained by it.

    Do you want to be Nice, or a servant of God. A woman perhaps can do both; she is to be quiet in the church or preaching time, to be busy at home, to satisfy always her husband with her breasts, and to love her husband and children.
    A man of God is to lead his family. Lead the church. God called the men of Israel to fight and to eliminate the enemies of God; no treaty; no compromise.

    What would happen if men with proper morals lived out obedience to God’s commands; how would that affect the world?

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  12. Sharkly says:

    No, Cill, delete the other nearly identical comments.
    I think the system mustn’t like it when I say the Lefties need to be kilt.
    I finally was reduced to using leetspeak to talk about k1lling sinister Lefties, and still get my comment through.

    I think we will win the civil war against all the Lefties handily, because their aren’t that many left handed guns out there for them all to use.

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  13. Cill says:

    delete the other nearly identical comments
    Done.

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  14. Cill says:

    KH 2:52 am

    That’s what I find in them too. They are very impressionable. That’s why they’re so easily influenced by vogue.

    When they were kids they spent all their spare time playing computer games, fiddling with electronics and experimenting with games of their own. They paid no attention to the world. Lacking the character or moral fibre to inform themselves and make their own decisions, they preferred to be told. So they swallowed the crap rammed down their throats by their leftist-feminist educators hook line and sinker.

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  15. Ame says:

    i was talking to the manager of a fast-food restaurant this week. he said that his restaurant only needs 11 staff to run, however, he has to keep 19 because these younger gen kids don’t think they need to work. he said when they want to play computer games, they simply don’t call and don’t show up to work.

    it’s scary how much control they have over code and all that stuff … however, people who have no concept of real life … idk, seems to me they have a short shelf life?

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  16. Ame says:

    and that dog is freakin awesome!

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  17. Cill says:

    My comment at 2:52 am they preferred to be told

    Not quite. My difficulty is the difference between those blokes and me.

    “They were a vacuum” is a more accurate way of putting it. (A.k.a. Communist / Fascist wet dream)

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  19. Sharkly says:

    Insurrection will only give Trump a good excuse to seize control. … Need more popcorn.

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  20. Cheque d'Out says:

    Ginge and the Whinge are all yours USA

    I’m coping with the emotional wounds left with their abandonment of us…quite well

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  21. theshadowedknight says:

    Did somebody say INSURRECTION? Sounds like seditious conspiracy to me. Good, good. Let them implicate themselves further. On a fucking Zoom call… these people have negative OPSEC at this point.

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  22. Farm Boy says:

    If you are not busy today. Lots of protests around the USA

    https://stopthesteal.us/index.cfm

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  23. Farm Boy says:

    these younger gen kids don’t think they need to work. he said when they want to play computer games, they simply don’t call and don’t show up to work.

    One might think that reality/scariness of the China virus might has changed things a bit

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  24. Well, I’m not going to “like” that at all.

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  25. I actually did have a “rich uncle” who owned dozens of fast-food places. He set up a program for boys form both our own high school AND our hated cross-town rival that he would basically pay another $50-100/week for their tuition for each week they worked 20 hours.

    He got almost zero interest year after year. And this was back in the 80’s and 90’s.

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  26. “Release the crackhead” seems more apropos.

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  27. Farm Boy says:

    I still believe that eventually this scam will fall apart, and for the reasons given (among other reasons). After all, the information to support my points (1) and (2) is readily available, not only from many posts on this blog, but many other sources as well, official and otherwise. There is a network of climate-skeptic news sources and bloggers, of which I am one, constantly putting this information out for the public to see. All of these sources, as far as I am aware, operate on a shoestring; but they cannot be silenced, and the skeptic community is remarkably robust and resilient. We aren’t going away.

    https://www.manhattancontrarian.com/blog/2020-11-19-the-climate-scam-what-we-are-up-against

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  28. Well, they actually can be “silenced”, just like Conservative Treehouse.

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  29. Speaking of seditious conspiracies, all the media hacks bleating “no evidence of voter fraud” in unison, should be publicly h__g by the _ec_ until d__d.

    I’m also by down with going full CCP on them.

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  30. Cheque d'Out says:

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  31. horsemanbombadil says:

    Glad we got out of the GTA. 5 million people in hard lockdown for the month before Christmas.

    https://www.theglobeandmail.com/canada/article-toronto-and-peel-go-to-lockdown-retail-goes-to-curbside-only/

    Malls and small stores closed until Dec 22.
    Retail is now dead except for the big box. No way a mom and pop survives the year without Christmas.

    Thank god they are all street level. Otherwise we would have more owners jumpoing out windows than 1929.

    “I feel a disturbance in the Force. Like thousands of dreams being snuffed out at once.”

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  32. Netflix faked ‘Our Planet’ walrus deaths in order to blame them on climate change – polar bears actually were the cause of walrus falling to their deaths from a Siberian cliff, independent video evidence from Russia shows.

    https://wattsupwiththat.com/2020/11/19/new-footage-reveals-netflix-faked-walrus-climate-deaths/

    Anyone shocked? Surprised even, that the same outfit that gave Obama (was it?) $80 million dollars, tells flat-out lies to push their own agenda.

    Netflix needs to either go totally solar and wind powered (both of which have significant negative environmental impacts) or just shut the fuck up.

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  33. Holy fuck, she just won the lottery.

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  35. Cill says:

    Huh. I’ve just been told, by a bloke, that I have a face like a pagan god. Not for the first time, I’m glad I’m looking out of my face rather than at it.

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  36. Cill says:

    I should add that I treated him to one of my disarming smiles, and he changed his mind.

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  37. Cheque d'Out says:

    “and he changed his mind”
    Probably for the best

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  38. Cheque d'Out says:

    Still kind of expecting BloJo to cuck with the EU. I do hope that all the new trade deals that we have put a cap on how bad any eu deal can be.

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  39. Cheque d'Out says:

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  40. Cill says:

    As useful as it is, we built plenty of great stuff before modern computer code.
    Most of our really great stuff doesn’t truly require computer code. We had phones/autos/electric power/antibiotics/modern dentistry/air conditioning/refrigeration/laundry machines… all without computer code.

    Even so, machine development these days is mostly by computer and increasingly so. Those who don’t know how to code are being left behind in the machine world.

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  41. Cheque d'Out says:

    Probably best not watched just before din-dins

    Farmed Norwegian Salmon World’s Most Toxic Food

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  42. Gunner Q says:

    I’m not yet seeing confirmation on the turkey roundup tweet. There better not be confirmation. I didn’t stockpile muh ghuns just because they’re pretty.

    “HOW DEEP IS THAT HOLE”

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  43. Cill says:

    In fish farms, including the ones that are washed through by the tide, the fish are not as healthy as wild fish. I won’t eat farmed fish. They concentrate pollution and infections.

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  44. Cheque d'Out says:

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  45. Cill says:

    Y’all heard / seen this one?

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  46. Farm Boy says:

    I am at one of those “Stop The Steal” protests today. One complaint was that no local Republican elected officials bothered to show up. It was probably better this way. Lots of “real people” spoke. They were more compelling as speakers. Some shared personal experiences related to fighting the arbitrariness and heavy-handedness of the lockdown. Immigrants shared their experiences with oppression in the old country and how they see it coming here. The speakers resonated with crowd.

    One thing that came up that pretty much everybody knows is that the bad people are looking for an excuse to crack down on the good people. And then the exhortation to not give it to them

    It was also noted that big tech censored the announcements of these protests. No surprise there

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  47. Cheque d'Out says:

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  48. Cheque d'Out says:

    I believe that we have access to expertise here

    [Wonder if Kiwis say “lef-tenant” i do]

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  49. Farm Boy says:

    Aren’t crumpets like a biscuit and pikelets like a pancake?

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  50. Cheque d'Out says:

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  53. Cheque d'Out says:

    My wife runs an online self help group called plastic surgery anonymous.

    I was asking if she had had seen an upsurge during lockdown.

    She said ‘yes, lots of new faces this week’

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  54. Cheque d'Out says:

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  55. Cheque d'Out says:

    To be fair, I think that Brian was there as a hostess.

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  56. Farm Boy says:

    Cancel student-loan debt? That’s making the working class subsidize the elite!

    https://nypost.com/2020/11/20/canceling-student-loan-debt-makes-working-class-subsidize-elites/

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  57. Farm Boy says:


    The problem is that, regardless of one’s opinion of Donald Trump or the specific claims made by his legal team, America’s elite and those in power have no credibility of their own.

    For almost four years, the corporate press has propped up various false stories about the president while simultaneously propping up his political enemies and actively ignoring stories about the misconduct of Joe Biden’s son and potential conflicts of interest regarding the former vice president. The concerted effort to ask serious questions even forced journalists like Glenn Greenwald to ditch a media company he helped found.

    At the same time, progressively-aligned Big Tech companies (many of which are staffed by former members of Kamala Harris’s political offices) have been taking an increasingly aggressive role in censoring and editorializing President Trump and his supporters.

    Their claims that they have an ethical obligation to combat “misinformation” in the name of “democracy” are undermined by their willingness to actively assist the Chinese Communist Party in censoring dissidents.

    Meanwhile, the professional political class in this country, lauded as “experts” by the bad actors mentioned above, has long mocked the notion of democratic oversight.

    https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/americas-elites-not-trump-are-responsible-undermining-american-democracy

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  58. b g says:

    Cheque d’Out

    LOL, 10 Lbs, that is bloody ridiculous! Even if we were not having company, we cooked a 12-15 lb bird just for the two of us and the dog. Mind you we always took a plate to the home bound widower down the street and froze half the breast and a thigh and container of stock to make turkey pot pies a week or so later. If we had company, we had to give each family a take out of surplus for the following day, because almost everybody likes turkey sandwiches hot or cold the next day.

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  62. Ame says:

    “tomb of the unknown voter”

    LOL!

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  63. Ame says:

    sooooo cute!!!

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  64. Farm Boy says:

    What are [New York’s sheriffs] supposed to do, go house-to-house? Bust down your door and throw open all your closets and cupboards? Maybe shove around some of the older relatives Cuomo hasn’t killed yet? “Hey, maybe there’s an 11th guest hiding in the attic!” I mean, what are we talking about here?

    Cuomo keeps ranting about “the law,” but his edicts aren’t laws. That’s not how laws work. He’s not a dictator. He can’t just ban Thanksgiving by fiat and expect everybody to sieg heil.

    And he says the cops’ refusal to enforce his imbecilic decree is “frightening to democracy” and “a violation of constitutional duty.” Well, if this wannabe third-world thug wants to bring up the United States Constitution, how does the Fourth Amendment factor into this? Has Cuomo read that one? Is there a coloring book we can give him to explain how it works?

    Andrew Cuomo is behaving exactly the way he and his fellow Democrats falsely accuse Trump of behaving. He’s just the sort of tinpot fascist they claim to oppose. Yet all they do is praise him, because he’s a fascist for their team.

    https://pjmedia.com/news-and-politics/jim-treacher/2020/11/19/andrew-cuomo-thinks-he-can-ban-thanksgiving-n1160362

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  65. Farm Boy says:

    According to sources, Stalin will receive a posthumous award for his outstanding hunger relief efforts. In addition, he will be honored for his masterful skill in crafting a narrative that caused even the imprisoned victims of his regime to sing his praises.

    https://babylonbee.com/news/lord-denethor-receives-emmy-for-excellent-leadership-of-gondor

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  66. Cill says:

    Re: Patriarch at 8:26 pm

    Crumpets:

    Pikelet on top of pancake:

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  67. RichardP says:

    Right now, oi’d rather have these:

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  68. Farm Boy says:

    In the states, pancakes are often not that wide. At least at McDonalds they aren’t

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  69. Sharkly says:

    https://external-content.duckduckgo.com/iu/?u=https%3A%2F%2F66.media.tumblr.com%2F19b69a473d63ce083930f0382ce2e491%2Fdac4a0b2939bf610-d9%2Fs400x600%2Fc30b098c8f1c040c0042be99adc7f7719a5547d8.gifv&f=1&nofb=1

    As an American I don’t know what Crumpets or Pikelets are, but I’d like to party with y’all and spin the pancake turntable.

    I think I once saw a bunny wearing a Pikelet on its head. That’s all I know about that.

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  71. Sharkly says:

    Hopefully this is visible, It was meant to appear in my comment above:

    [Fixed it. -Cill]

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  72. Cill says:

    Richard 3:49 am

    I’d go along with that. But what’s in those two glasses? You’re not going to tell me it’s water, are you?

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  73. Ame says:

    Farm Boy
    1h ago
    In the states, pancakes are often not that wide. At least at McDonalds they aren’t

    nooooo!!!!! tell me it ain’t so!!!!!!! Farm Boy does not eat at McDonald’s!!!!!!!
    covering ears …. lalalalalalalalala!!!
    🙂 🙂 🙂

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  74. Ame says:

    okay … well … y’all already know i’m a bit nuts with diet and nutrition. but … there’s this thing called ‘soaking grains.’ basically, you soak whatever grains you’re going to use overnight, preferably in raw milk. seems there might be something else, but since it’s been a couple years since we’ve had grains or dairy, i can’t exactly remember.

    BUT … when you soak the flour for pancakes overnight in raw milk – whatever amount the recipe calls for – those pancakes are soooooooooooooo good!!! i used to make them and we’d eat them plain. iirc, i’d make the whole batter the night before using raw milk … i think i might have left out the egg till the morning … but, those were THE best pancakes ever!!! yummm!!! (sometimes i miss those 🙂 )

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  75. Cill says:

    This is that stage of the Earth’s spin when UK / USA are asleep and vigilance is maintained by those few of us who are closest to the up-to-date side of the dateline. It’s a big ask, but someone has to do it.

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  76. Cill says:

    There are of course those exceptions who prove the rule, such as Ame, who are on the wrong side of the dateline but compensate by staying awake after midnight.

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  77. Cill says:

    The sun never sets on spawnyspace.

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  78. Ame says:

    LOL! i’m up finishing getting Aspie-Girl ready for a little holiday trip with my sister 🙂 … due to her allergies, i’ve had to have ALL her food for two days of travel there and two days of travel back since she can’t eat out at all. been a bit stressful, but it’s done! and she’s VERY excited about the little trip, so i’m very happy to do it for her 🙂

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  79. Ame says:

    hummm … you might add a bit of vinegar, too. i might look it up again, sometime. but it’s pretty cool. does some sciency thing to the grains that makes them more easily digestible and nutritious.

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  80. Cill says:

    Onya.

    M, whilst imbibing delicately partaking of civilized sips of sublime Chardonnay, has
    with exquisite courtesy inquired if I would like to join her in a “pick me up”.

    I dunno. I’m not used to those sorts of rude interruptions.

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  81. Cill says:

    “Pick me up” is an ancestral expression meaning “small glass of alcohol at end of long day”.

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  82. RichardP says:

    I would think the “pick me up” was an invitation to do the literal .. How better to get refreshed at the end of a long day than to get all hot and sweaty.

    While in high school, my family went to Stanley Park in Vancouver, B.C. a number of times (my dad was born there, and had relatives there). There was a fish and chips shack there that had real British fish and chips (at least that is what they called them). I lived for those trips, to have those fish and chips. For whatever reason, the picture you posted of the crumpets and pancakes put me in the mind of those battered fish and chips.

    Re. the picture I posted: If that was my plate, that would probably be Sprite or Fresca in those glasses. I rarely drink alcohol. I’m not averse to it. I just rarely feel the need for it. Neighbors are Russian Armenian. Big mutli-family dinners. Women and children at one set of tables. All the men at another. After dinner, out come the mutiple bottles of Russian Vodka. Must be cordial, so I have my one glass of vodka to their ten. Then, if they insist vigorously (because they are well drunk), I will have a second glass. But not more than that. (I’m talking vodka glasses, for those of you who know. They are not regular glasses, but I don’t know what to call them other than vodka glasses.) Haven’t had one of those dinner parties since the nonesense started.

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  83. RichardP says:

    Re. alcohol: When wife and I were first married and moved to Washington, D.C., wife discovered the delights of an Apricot Sour when we went out to dinner. So, for a few years, we would buy the occasional bottle of Apricot Brandy and some packets of dried Sour mix – and make our own Apricot Sours. Life got busy, and eventually, the Apricot Sour thing just faded out.

    Last week wife came home with some supplies. She had a sudden craving for Apricot Sours (having not had one for a lonnnnggg time), but couldn’t find any Apricot Brandy at the store where she was. She saw something that said Peach – so she bought it and a bottle of liquid Sour mix. Got home and showed them to me, kind of excited-like. Peach Whisky it was, not Brandy. Have no idea what Peach Whisky tastes like. Didn’t even know they made it. But I doubt Peach Whisky will make a good Peach Sour, if the drink is expecting Brandy. I’ll take a sprite and maybe pour some Peach Whisky into it – just to see what it tastes like. The res of the Peach Whisky might go down the drain.

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  84. Cheque d'Out says:

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  85. Cheque d'Out says:

    He’s right, you know.

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  86. Cheque d'Out says:

    The commies that are endemic in the Laba partei have had enough of reasonable laba, they want Jeremy Magic Grandpa Corbyn back as leader

    Keir Stammerer is a personality vacuum that is busy avoiding every policy decision. If you don’t make policies, you can’t be questioned on your policies. He’s surrounded himself with low IQ dross. I can’t stand him. He was running the Department of Public Prosecutions when they decided that prosecuting kiddy rappers was not in the public interest – that’s the level of slime that he is. Even he is more electable than Magic Grandpa (he and your Bernie would get on like a nation on fire), so I support this move even though I’m not sure if I have enough popcorn for the ride.

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  87. Cheque d'Out says:

    This sounds great! Sign me up!
    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8974617/Britons-test-negative-Covid-twice-week-set-receive-freedom-pass.html

    Britons who test negative for Covid twice in a week are set to receive a ‘freedom pass’ under government scheme that will allow them to live a normal life
    * It is hoped the scheme could allow Britons to go back to a relatively normal life
    * To earn a freedom pass people will need to get a negative test twice a week
    * Pass will allow you to mix with friends and family without distancing or masks
    Britons are set to be given Covid ‘freedom passes’ as long as they test negative for the virus twice in a week, it has been suggested.

    The details of the scheme are still being ironed out by officials in Whitehall, who hope it will allow the country to get back to normal next year.

    To earn the freedom pass, people will need to be tested regularly and, provided the results come back negative, they will then be given a letter, card or document they can show to people as they move around.

    The certificate would be stored on a phone, according to sources, and would allow people to live a relatively normal life until the government’s vaccination programme gets up to the speed.

    It would even allow Britons to get away without wearing a mask, it is thought, and visit family and friends without the need to socially distance.

    Only a temporary measure until they try mandatory vaccination (or effectively mandatory)

    How about foad?

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  88. Cheque d'Out says:

    Desperate Waily Fail resorts to actual journalism. Establishment outraged and starts another front in the propaganda war
    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8973737/Fury-government-uses-Twitter-propaganda-tool-attack-Mails-covid-analysis.html

    Big Brother fury as the government uses Twitter as a propaganda tool to attack the Mail’s coronavirus analysis
    * Anger at attack from Department of Health and Social Care’s Twitter account in effort to rubbish report
    * Mail article raised questions about government’s handling of crisis and challenged official scaremongering
    * Pointed out wildly inaccurate government predictions on the number of potential coronavirus deaths
    * MPs said ‘this is what good journalism is about’ and ‘open debate is essential’ while criticising government
    * Department of Health and Social Care tried to rubbish article out of hand by calling it ‘misleading’

    Anger flared last night after the Department of Health and Social Care’s Twitter account was used in an effort to rubbish a report challenging official scaremongering by analysing key facts about the coronavirus pandemic.

    Under the headline ‘Covid: What They Don’t Tell You’, a two-page article in yesterday’s Daily Mail raised multiple questions about the manner in which the Government has dealt with the crisis.

    It pointed out that Government predictions on the number of the potential deaths from the virus were wildly inaccurate. In a July report commissioned by Chief Medical Officer Sir Patrick Vallance, scientists predicted that there could be 119,000 fatalities if a second wave coincided with a peak of winter flu – but the actual figure has so far turned out to be less than half of that.

    The article also pointed out the number of deaths are not far above average for this time of year and that only 31 per cent of intensive care unit beds in hospitals are currently occupied by Covid patients.
    The British Army’s 77th Brigade is the establishment’s propaganda arm (that’s official, not 4chan)

    I think that one should be careful when comparing numbers from this year with last, there’s somewhat of a lockdown in effect so you’re not comparing like to exact like. But given that they’re they best that us plebs are going to get, I don;t think that the graphs are unreasonable to use…and they’re not showing a catastrophe right now.

    Nobody’s talking about potential long term effects, I have no idea why not, so the ‘government’ looks to be reacting in a completely over the top way.

    BloJo and the Toreez are dead men walking.

    There are many stories of friends of the top tories doing very well out of ’emergency’ government contracts that avoided normal procedures.

    And we’re only just beginning to hear of the tax risies that they might try to recoup money that they’ve spaffed up the wall to various causes, both good and bent. I haven’t received a penny but you want to tax me heavily to support tory chosen ‘worthy causes’?

    The politicians remind me of the Zoolander gas station fight

    (2 mins in)

    And then we have the green suicide of the economy – not voted for. Not wanted.

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  89. Liz says:

    Hey Richard,
    Nice thing about vodka is it looks like water…so it’s easy to fake and replace with water when you’re around big drinkers. 🙂

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  90. Farm Boy says:

    [Perhaps blow his own horn he should not]

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  91. Cheque d'Out says:

    Some might get horny at the sight of that sign.

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  92. Liz says:

    China now blaming Italy for starting Wuhan coronavirus pandemic

    Well, Italy did trust China. And Italy (where lies are as common as breathing) of all countries should know better.

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  93. “This is that stage of the Earth’s spin when UK / USA are asleep and vigilance is maintained by those few of us who are closest to the up-to-date side of the dateline. It’s a big ask, but someone has to do it.”

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  94. b g says:

    RichardP

    LOL, well, we were having pork roast for Sunday supper, but now I took out some cod. The pooch and me will be having fish and chips for supper tonight. Does the Labrador deceiver like fish, well, after he has eaten, he goes back to lick his bowl several times just in case he somehow missed some ;-D

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  95. Farm Boy says:

    CNN’s Brian Stelter and Pamela Brown think that Parler (and other free speech platforms) are a threat to Democracy. (But fake news CNN is not?) He calls conservatives moving to other platforms a “bunker mentality,” and Brown calls it an “echo chamber of lies.”

    Folks, PLEASE be aware that this is not just sour grapes on the part of fake news CNN at the prospect of losing even more viewers. This is an agenda. The paintbrush they are using is directly intended to denigrate Conservatives and Trump supporters to a place of terrorism and threats to the US because they departed from Facebook, Twitter, etc

    https://lidblog.com/gab-and-parler/

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  96. Farm Boy says:

    Six months after George Floyd’s death, Minneapolis reeling from rise in violence.
    As crime escalates and an officer exodus continues, racial justice activists demand more police reforms

    https://www.foxnews.com/us/six-months-after-george-floyds-death-minneapolis-remains-a-rising-battleground

    Perhaps they are getting justice

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  97. Cill says:

    Meet the Opononi Moe. The popular translation of “Taniwha” is “monster”. When he says he jumped into the boot and got stabbed (probably a true story) “boot” means the trunk of a car.

    For perspective on size, the host of the show is helluva tall.

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  98. Here’s a grab from the Noodle House video that’s got me puzzled:

    I don’t expect every NZ girl to be Rachel Hunter, but what’s this tall, good-looking bloke thinking?

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  99. Cill says:

    Three possible reasons:

    1. The host of the show, Guy Williams, is peculiar
    2. The show seeks out the misfits and peculiar
    3. She is probably not a PPP

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  100. RichardP says:

    @Liz said: Nice thing about vodka is it looks like water…so it’s easy to fake and replace with water when you’re around big drinkers.

    That works at a stand-up party. But at a sit-down dinner, when those on both sides are placing the neck of the bottle over my glass, water is not an option. Only my hand over my glass works. After having been social enough to have one or two glasses along with the others.

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  101. RichardP says:

    @b g – Thanks for the response. I wondered if that picture would make anyone hungry for fish and chips. It did me, but it doesn’t take much. I’m always hungry for fish and chips. The Denny’s close to us served a pretty decent fish and chips for years. But that has recently been deleted from the menu, along with their tuna-melt. But they still serve pancakes.

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  102. Farm Boy says:

    According to the Washington Post, Dana Nessel “is conferring with election law experts on whether officials may have violated any state laws prohibiting them from engaging in bribery, perjury and conspiracy.” It is same weaponization of the criminal code for political purposes that we have seen in the last four years against Trump. Notably, the focus is the same discredited interpretation used against Trump and notably not adopted by the impeachment-eager House Judiciary Committee

    …Imagine if this was AG Barr threatening Democratic legislators with criminal investigation for challenging Trump votes. The media would be apoplectic. Yet, when used against Republicans, there is a celebration for the use of the criminal code for politically motivated threats.

    — Jonathan Turley (@JonathanTurley) November 21, 2020

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  103. Farm Boy says:

    Reap What You Sow: Media Who Coddled Biden for Months Now Complain About Mistreatment

    Journalists can’t all but act as lapdogs and apologists for a political campaign for months at a time and then all of a sudden expect the candidate to obediently start honoring media protocols and traditions.

    https://legalinsurrection.com/2020/11/reap-what-you-sow-media-who-coddled-biden-for-months-now-complain-about-mistreatment/

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  104. Farm Boy says:

    HBO talk show host Bill Maher says despite endless claims by the Biden campaign, President Trump isn’t responsible for the more than 254,000 U.S. deaths from COVID-19.

    Panelist Jon Meacham, a speechwriter and adviser to Democrat Joe Biden, appeared on Maher’s “Real Time” show on Friday and blamed Trump for the deaths.

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/bill-maher-blasts-team-biden-for-blaming-254000-covid-19-deaths-in-u-s-on-trump

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  105. Farm Boy says:

    New In-N-Out Burger in Aurora Colorado had a 14-hour (yes 14-HOUR) wait time, there were fights, and a guy lost his pants.

    https://notthebee.com/article/new-in-n-out-burger-in-aurora-colorado-had-a-14-hour-wait-time-and-it-was-insane

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  106. Farm Boy says:

    Across the pond, DJT was elected on the basis he would boost the US economy [assuming a level playing field] and drain the swamp. To him, they were not idle words. But then we saw what happened.

    Possibly the greatest thing he’s done, other than return to policies of sanity, is expose the corrupt.

    https://pushingrubberdownhill.com/2020/11/22/friday-hawt-chicks-links-the-wait-and-see-edition/

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  107. Farm Boy says:

    Post COVID profits.

    Amazon ⬆️100%
    Walmart ⬆️80%
    Target ⬆️80%

    Small businesses 🔽30% & 21% have closed down for good.

    The solution: Give technocrats more power, they want to help the little guy!

    https://summit.news/2020/11/22/they-think-youre-stupid/

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  108. horsemanbombadil says:

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  109. b g says:

    RichardP

    LOL, it’s not just Denny’s, there was a time when one could get excellent fish and chips on the BC ferries…and their clam chowder was famous. Now it is not only common trash, and very, very, very pricey trash. My wife loved eating fish, kind of suspect my enthusiasm for fishing might have had something to do with her attraction for me ;-D

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  110. Farm Boy says:

    Duh

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    Not sure it worked for him

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  111. Cheque d'Out says:

    Aha! The pressing question of the hour

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  112. Cheque d'Out says:

    Answer at 7:20

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  113. Cheque d'Out says:

    Pretty sure that I remember Taniwha from Once Were Warriors. Been a long time since I watched it but is the word pronounced with an ‘f’ sound at the end??? Been a long time.

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  114. Cheque d'Out says:

    Those pikelets look yummy

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  115. Cheque d'Out says:

    Dab of butter and some golden syrup…mmm

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  116. Cheque d'Out says:

    Ain’t no such thing as a Reset, bro

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  117. Sharkly says:

    https://pjmedia.com/culture/tyler-o-neil/2020/11/22/hilarious-john-cleese-savages-transgender-orthodoxy-in-epic-tweetstorm-n1166266

    John Cleese explains to oversensitive snowflakes who want to censor and cancel J.K. Rowling:
    If you can’t control your own emotions, you’re forced to control other people’s behaviour

    That’s why the touchiest, most oversensitive and easily upset must not set the standard for the rest of us

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  118. Farm Boy says:

    When I was 9 years old, I enjoyed some crumpets in a Toronto restaurant. Loved them. Wish I could recreate that experience

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  119. Farm Boy says:

    I Don’t doubt this

    The political/media industrial complex had a pre-prescribed conversation, and a pre-prescribed list of people they were willing to allow into the conversation. What voters were presented with was an illusion of choice.

    — Marianne Williamson (@marwilliamson) November 22, 2020

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  120. Farm Boy says:

    Some of his constituents are rather unhappy

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  121. M says:

    With the greatest of respect to those gentlemen, crumpets and pikelets as I know them are not as they explained. Cill’s pictures and labels at 8:26 pm are correct. The people who make them and sell them in supermarkets would agree with me. I guess it depends on who you ask 🙂

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  122. Farm Boy says:

    Governor Newsom

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    Governor Whitmer

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