Being An Ex


I have not seen my ex for a very long time. I have not searched for her on the web. I have no idea what she is doing. Maybe she has searched for me. I dunno. I don’t really care. It is best to let bygones be bygones. Though I must admit that I am happy that she hasn’t contacted me. While married and then separated she rather liked to stick the knife into me and twist it. The reason: I was not what she wanted me to be. Anyway, I am doing well, and really don’t think about her that much.

In other cases that I have seen, things have not gone as smoothly. Sometimes the fault in the marriage was his, sometimes the fault was hers; but I sure have seen lots of women work really hard to exact revenge on their ex-husbands. Some of them were probably guilty like me of not being what the wanted him to be. So it is his fault. Revenge must be had.

Why don’t you see it so much the other way around, where men try to exact revenge on their ex? Probably it starts with the courts. But perhaps more importantly, fellas probably see little point in it. They have enough to keep them busy, with work and leisure. Why invest large amounts of resources into something that has no payoff? And then there would be the moral perspective that suggests that it is time to move on.

I have seen many women devote their lives to getting back at their ex, ruining themselves financially, ruining themselves emotionally, ruining any chances they might have to find another fella, ruining their children, ruining most everything. The question is: why does this seem to happen so much?

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190 comments on “Being An Ex
  1. Ame says:

    my ex was the one always trying to get back at me, often using our kids. i know women do this a lot, but i can’t answer your question, FB, it’s just not in my nature.

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  2. okrahead says:

    When my ex filed for divorce, the inevitable happened:
    Lost 1/2 retirement
    Lost house
    Saddled with onerous monthly child support
    Lost job
    Court mandated rehab to be allowed to see own child

    Gotta say, I did enjoy when those child support checks started coming in the mail. Laughed all the way to the bank.
    Always pay for the best lawyer.

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  3. okrahead says:

    Why does this happen so much you ask? Who was providing the physical, emotional and spiritual stability in the relationship? When that stability is taken away, how does the less responsible party behave, and what are the consequences?

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  4. The question is: why does this seem to happen so much?

    Uh, bitches be crazy?

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  5. Gunner Q says:

    “Why don’t you see it so much the other way around, where men try to exact revenge on their ex?”

    Because getting over her and moving along with our lives just happens to be the best revenge possible.

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  6. Sharkly says:

    Proverbs 14:1 The wise woman builds her house, But the foolish tears it down with her own hands.
    That’s why. They do that, it’s what they do.

    Men have a mission. Some women don’t have a mission until they get married, and then that mission becomes to hinder their husband’s mission. After they’ve divorce raped him, they still can’t give up their mission of being a hindrance to him. God created them to be helpers of men and so to serve Satan to their fullest, they do the exact reverse of what God intended and be a hindrance to their husband’s every effort instead of a helper. And obviously it costs the foolish women greatly, but they’re stupid, and Satan don’t care. They sh1t in their own nest, and then want to leave as soon as their nest stinks. That type of woman, the Biblical fool, is both stupid and evil. The stupid woman lacks direction until there is an opportunity to do evil, then suddenly that evil becomes her plan. Quite often she has to figure out what would be the most evil before she knows what exactly she wants to do. Any man possessed with that much evil, would have long before been killed or locked up. Furthermore no matter how absolutely stupid and completely evil a woman is, she will always have a large crowd cheering her on, and many of them will probably be exactly like her in that regard.

    Our government is set up to insure that the most stupid and evil women that could possibly exist, are provided with everything they need to enable them to continue doing what they do. We gave them a vote, and they voted for this unconditional empowerment of themselves. It was then as simple as just wishing for more wishes from the genie. Who could have foreseen that women who are more than 50% of the voting population, would just vote to always be right. SMH Abortion, No Fault Divorce Rape, equal pay for nothin’ but cunt-drama, even thinking about correcting a woman is now a form of domestic abuse, Etc. God and TFM are right, men just need to take all of women’s rights away and make them property again. Anything less is both a sin and a half-measure.

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  7. Cheque d'Out says:

    I Am Confusion as Ellen Page Transitions to Elliot Page
    https://www.bitchute.com/video/3Bz0Q3qsEsHL/

    Only just realised who this was. Seemed quite miserable before in Umbrella Academy, wait till he finds out how nobody gives a shit about the feelz of men. No tv series about mopey men who just want to whine – nobody wants to watch. Leaving, I guess, playing endless miserable trans-men….can’t wait not to watch them.

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  8. Cheque d'Out says:

    Please try and convince me that this is something other than a pay-off by big money for services rendered. Waiting…

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  9. Cheque d'Out says:

    (my boldy)

    THE TASTE OF BREXIT
    With the never ending negotiations, never ending. And the squabbling for our fish still keeping the French President awake at night, there is one other thing that the European Union should be even more worried about.
    “The taste.”
    The taste that their arrogance has left in the British public’s mouths.
    Anyone that followed the European Dream could hardly ignore the way these unelected guardians of our enormous financial contributions, frivolously and eagerly distributed our billions. From first class travel, and lavish Brussels lunches, to the €200,000 given to the “Puppet Nomad Academy.” Or maybe the €400,000 to finance “a cheese experience centre,” in Central Netherlands. Or even the €666 million on unused airports in several European countries.
    The proposed Divorce Bill of £39 billion, eagerly extracted from Britain, and which they will only receive if they properly arrange a mutually beneficial free trade deal, is vital for the continuation of many bizarre ventures, and further reason for their panic.
    But what they don’t seem to realise is the effect their attitude is having on the British public. Why should we continue to buy their goods, especially if the outcome is a no deal and tariffs are imposed, many are asking themselves?

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  10. Cheque d'Out says:

    Have to love the god-like ability of the leftards to divine the motive behind us little people’s decisions

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  11. Larry G says:

    ok, so a little on topic for once and I apologize…

    “I have seen many women devote their lives to getting back at their ex, ruining themselves financially, ruining themselves emotionally, ruining any chances they might have to find another fella, ruining their children, ruining most everything.”

    Shortly before my divorce was finalized in 1988 my soon to be ex wife began making problems and issues with my employer, family and a few mutual friends by lying about her cheating. By that time she was in an apartment and I was preparing to sell the house and the remainder of my possessions. Her lying and petty “revenge” did not sit well.
    A few days before the divorce was done, I confronted her one last time and told her that the only feelings I had toward her was total contempt and disgust, nothing more. And if she wanted to live out the rest of her life she would simply disappear once we were divorced, at that time I would have killed her without hesitation or remorse, and I know she understood that fact. Her “revenge” was game playing, mine would have been ending her life.
    Some men in this world women had better just not fuck with in any way.

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  12. ikr says:

    so a little on topic for once and I apologize

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  13. Cheque d'Out says:

    Well…I wasn’t expecting that. It seems that the best way to stir up hate against a group is to claim that they have privilege. I’m not sure that I’m seeing that straight black male privilege TBH, but the hate looks to be real.

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  14. “Eating their own”, I think it’s called.

    Professional victims must constantly be finding new oppressors to keep their racket going.

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  15. “Some men in this world women had better just not fuck with in any way.”

    Goes for men and women, but you really need to do the math on if what you want is going to be worth it to you. I’ve been lucky enough to see the bodies (actual corpses at the funerals, closed casket at one, but only metaphorically waterborne) of my enemies float down the river past me a couple of times with no effort on my part. That’s pretty sweet for no real cost to me.

    I’ve a pretty good idea of what the plan is for me once I’ve lost my primary utility to a certain party. Let’s just say, I am going to enjoy the shocked expressions…

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  16. Cheque d'Out says:

    Sick joke time…the usual apologies apply*

    *none

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  17. Cheque d'Out says:

    No prisoners taken during bad joke hour

    A man was buying a large bag of dog food for his dog at the supermarket and standing in line at the check out.
    A woman behind him asked if he had a dog.
    He told her that no, he was starting the dog food Diet again although he probably shouldn’t because he’d ended up in the hospital last time, but that he’d lost 50 pounds before he woke up in an intensive care ward with tubes coming out of most of his orifices and IVs in both arms.
    He told her that it was essentially a perfect diet and that the way that it works is to load your trouser pockets with dog food nuggets and simply eat one or two every time you feel hungry and that the food is nutritionally complete so was going to try it again.
    Horrified, she asked if he’d ended up in the hospital in that condition because he had been poisoned by the dog food.

    He told her no; He stepped off a curb to sniff a poodle’s arse and a car hit him.

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  18. Larry G says:

    KHH,
    “but you really need to do the math on if what you want is going to be worth it to you.” Yep, I did that cost analysis and determined it would be worth the cost to me to watch her die…to this day I sometimes regret letting her live, but it is what it is I suppose. The simple fact was, however, the ex fully believed me and I never saw or heard from her again after the divorce was finalized.

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  19. Clickbait, get your clickbait!!!

    https://www.fool.com/investing/2020/12/01/maxing-out-401k-can-make-you-a-millionaire-by-45/

    How to become a 401(k) millionaire by 45
    Suppose you start maxing out your 401(k) at 25 (ed. by putting in $19,500/year) and you invest it aggressively, meaning primarily in stocks. Your investments grow at 8% per year,(for 20 years in a row) which is a pretty good 401(k) rate of return.

    If you’re paid biweekly, that means you’re investing $750 every two weeks. After about 20 years and five months, you’d hit 401(k) millionaire status.

    Now is actually gets more reasonable towards the end, but they already got you click with the ridiculous “millionaire by 45” bait and switch. But really that’s pretty weak sauce.

    Here’s my go at it:

    “Be A Millionaire By 26!!!”

    Plan: At 25, start saving $1 million/year.
    Done.”

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  20. Don’t think the she understands what “remote work” is.

    “There are THREE available FTE roles available for ______ Analysts that are 80% – 100% remote. All you have to do is live in or be willing to relocate to southern Texas!

    Professional Billing Analyst w/ Charge Router experience
    Beaker w/ Bridges experience
    Ambulatory Analyst w/ Community Connect experience

    All roles need 4+ years of build experience and salaries ranging from $90K – $115K plus full benefits and relocation assistance (if not local).”

    100% remote means I can do it from my broadband-equipped cabin in the woods.

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  21. Gunner Q says:

    “Suppose you start maxing out your 401(k) at 25 (ed. by putting in $19,500/year)”

    At age 25, I wasn’t even making $19,500/year after taxes. White privilege, y’know. Do they have any retirement advice for non-government workers who went through their second economic recession at age 25?

    Because I ain’t clickin’ no frickin’ clickbait.

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  22. Farm Boy says:

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  23. Cheque d'Out says:

    FYI Diane Abbot MP makes AOC look like a dangerous extreme intellectual.

    And the Jeremy mentioned is Jeremy Magic Grandpa Corbyn. They had a motorbike holiday in East Germany (iirc) before the wall came down. Including intimate moments…

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  24. Cheque d'Out says:

    I don’t really understand the attraction of the horse shoe nose piercing. At least if it was a ring it could be used by a responsible adult to tether you, so you didn’t wander off and start playing on the railway tracks.

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  25. Cheque d'Out says:

    After four years of willingly and enthusiastically being the EU’s shit-stirring cunts laughing at the UK while inventing ever more problems…all of a sudden the prospect of no deal isn’t funny for the Repubic of Ireland

    Seems to be a popular sentiment in the UK that there’s no need to be buying ROI produce anymore. None of this was necessary. All produced by the ROI politicians and the EU thugocracy.
    I fucking hate politicians. The ROI politicians will be alright, it’ll be the little people that pay the price of their antics…as usual.

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  26. Cheque d'Out says:

    We’ll see.

    The EU’s 27 countries have been demanding a punishment beating of the UK for voting to leave BUT also demanding that Barnier gets a deal with us.
    Wankers

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  27. Maybe Ireland needs the druids to come back and wicker man the politicians?

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  28. I very much appreciate the facial piercing warning signs. Total write-off, no questions asked or needed.

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  29. Liz says:

    I have seen many women devote their lives to getting back at their ex, ruining themselves financially, ruining themselves emotionally, ruining any chances they might have to find another fella, ruining their children, ruining most everything. The question is: why does this seem to happen so much?

    Why did Gollum hold on to the ring?
    It ruined his life. But it also defined who he was.
    Eventually, there was nothing left but the ring. He was the ring.
    In a similar fashion, I think some people become so obsessed with their own hate/rage/anger that is what starts to define them. They can’t let it go, even as it destroys them.
    That’s my guess.

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  30. Cheque d'Out says:

    I suspect, but haven’t tried to ask, that mine went quietly because she knew that if her next guy ever talked to me then I’d have a few tales to tell that would spoil her little fantasy plans for him. And he’d know never to trust her side of any story again. I’m damn sure that she never had the character to tell him (or anyone else) the truth.

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  31. Cheque d'Out says:

    Oh this just keeps getting better and better

    If BloJo doesn’t fold then Barnier knows that he cannot get a deal that will get through the EU. They’ve had nigh on five years of plotting how to rip my country apart, steal everything and rule over us forever…and now they’re being told to sit down and eat their euro-gruel instead.

    I hope that the cunt does walk tomorrow and we leave with no deal, no WA and no payment.

    Fuck ’em all.

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  32. Cheque d'Out says:

    And the blame game begins

    And they’re right that if Cameron had been given anything from the EU to offer at the referendum then he’d likely have won. But instead the EU just laughed at him and sent him back with nothing, they never thought that the Referendum could be lost. LOL

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  33. Cheque d'Out says:

    Macron might not be all bad…

    The fun fact is that Barnier (who just threatened to quit) is French himself. They lovingly call him Le Cretin des Alpes (the cretin of the Alps – a reference to low IQ caused by a lack of Iodine (iirc) in the diet where he grew up).

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  34. Gunner Q says:

    “I don’t really understand the attraction of the horse shoe nose piercing. At least if it was a ring it could be used by a responsible adult to tether you, so you didn’t wander off and start playing on the railway tracks.”

    When you hang around people who commit crimes with jumper cables, you don’t want alligator clip-friendly body jewelry.

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  35. Larry G says:

    this damn China Plague is getting to be somewhat annoying, it’s totally screwing up our vacation plans again

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  36. b g says:

    I’m a guy, I laughed ;-D

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  37. Cheque d'Out says:

    Great point ther, Gunner

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  38. Ame says:

    These Kentucky Librarians Traveled Miles on Horseback to Deliver Books During the Great Depression
    The “book women” rode 100 to 120 miles a week, on their own horses or mules, no matter the weather or terrain.

    https://www.southernliving.com/travel/kentucky/pack-horse-library-kentucky-book-women-great-depression?utm_campaign=southernliving_southernliving&utm_content=link&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_term=5fc9074525c2ae000171f74e&fbclid=IwAR2VSJwgJt3REkxbelOFZkVgkTjZl_rJDTW3NmqPZbJqiC5iQ91VmXHB6mQ

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  39. Ame says:

    Liz
    2h ago
    I have seen many women devote their lives to getting back at their ex, ruining themselves financially, ruining themselves emotionally, ruining any chances they might have to find another fella, ruining their children, ruining most everything. The question is: why does this seem to happen so much?

    Why did Gollum hold on to the ring?
    It ruined his life. But it also defined who he was.
    Eventually, there was nothing left but the ring. He was the ring.
    In a similar fashion, I think some people become so obsessed with their own hate/rage/anger that is what starts to define them. They can’t let it go, even as it destroys them.
    That’s my guess.

    there’s a scene in the first Red Dawn where the guy says something like, “I like my anger. It’s like a blanket; it keeps me warm at night.”

    my first Husband liked to quote that about himself.

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  40. Cheque d'Out says:

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  41. Cheque d'Out says:

    LOL
    It’s panto season

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  42. Cheque d'Out says:

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  43. Cheque d'Out says:

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  44. Farm Boy says:

    Science

    Prince Harry: COVID-19 Is Punishment For Ignoring ‘Mother Nature,’ Climate Change

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/prince-harry-covid-19-is-punishment-for-ignoring-mother-nature-climate-change

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  45. Farm Boy says:

    Numbers

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  46. Larry G says:

    “Prince Harry: COVID-19 Is Punishment For Ignoring ‘Mother Nature,’ Climate Change”

    Well now, that just fucking explains all of it doesn’t it? And from a guy who married an Oreo fembitch..yup, iy all makes perfect sense now. We went and pissed off “Mother Nature”…LOL!!! I can’t breathe (from laughing)

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  47. Farm Boy says:

    I wonder what the Black Plague was punishment for…

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  48. Ame says:

    Larry – have you thought about teaching those upper sciences to homeschool kids? you could teach in your own home, create your own syllabus, and determine your own class size. homeschool kids are usually better behaved and eager to learn.

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  49. “Prince Harry: COVID-19 Is Punishment For Ignoring ‘Mother Nature,’ Climate Change”

    Let’s see, where did it put that? Oh, here it is,

    “Shut up, bitch.”

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  50. What exactly could a “break-through” at the Brexit talks possibly look like?

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  51. The more you know…

    [Not sure I want to culturally appropriate that I would]

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  52. Cheque d'Out says:

    Even if they ‘make a deal’ tomorrow, some country or other (especially france but others too) will still try for a last minute sweetener very late in December. So the whole thing is just a farce.

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  53. Farm Boy says:

    Journalists and rich people defined as “high value business travellers” will be made exempt from having to enter a 2 week COVID quarantine when they return to the UK under new rules announced by the government.

    https://summit.news/2020/12/03/rich-people-journalists-made-exempt-from-having-to-enter-covid-quarantine/

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  54. Liz says:

    I have to transfer a car title. Tried to call the DMV and there was no answer. Tried to “video chat” with them and there was no response. Went to the office and there is a security guard in front of the building protecting it from public access. He said to get an appointment online. I went online and there are no appointments available…not anywhere. Not in the seven or so DMVs in our county. Not for December, january, february, march…This is bullcrap. These people are taking a year long paid vacation at taxpayer expense.

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  55. Larry G says:

    Ame,
    “have you thought about teaching those upper sciences to homeschool kids? you could teach in your own home, create your own syllabus, and determine your own class size. homeschool kids are usually better behaved and eager to learn.”

    I think I found a part time job that suits me to a T. Buying and selling guns and ammo seems to be up my alley. Quite a few people seem to be selling weapons they had no idea what they were buying and want to get rid of. Teaching, not so much

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  56. Larry G says:

    Liz, been there already as of just last month…
    “I have to transfer a car title. Tried to call the DMV and there was no answer. Tried to “video chat” with them and there was no response. Went to the office and there is a security guard in front of the building protecting it from public access. He said to get an appointment online. I went online and there are no appointments available…not anywhere. Not in the seven or so DMVs in our county. Not for December, january, february, march…This is bullcrap. These people are taking a year long paid vacation at taxpayer expense.”

    CO DMV is shit on toast. I had to get my title & plates too just last month, and I know for a fact that you won’t like this….the only way to get title transferred and/or plates is to go in person to DMV early in the morning and wait in line. I went at 530 (they open at 7) and there was already 5 or 6 people ahead of me. By 7 the line was 50 and stretched a long way back. They check the paperwork (proof of insurance, emissions if going for plates), take your phone number to text you while you wait in your car for your turn to be called. They allow 3 customers at a time inside to get the crap done.
    The DMV online “appointment” bullshit is a pure joke, …you’ll need to do it the old fashion way and stand in line

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  57. Liz says:

    By 7 the line was 50 and stretched a long way back.

    All for our safety of course.
    The entire coronavirus situation. It is “the Big Dumb”.

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  58. Ame says:

    Larry, that sounds perfect for you!

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  59. Larry G says:

    thinking about part time employment smuggling guns, booze, dope and women….naw, women would be too much of a pain in the ass to smuggle and not nearly as profitable as guns. Besides, I’d have to find stupid buyers for the females…

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  60. Larry G says:

    “All for our safety of course.
    The entire coronavirus situation. It is “the Big Dumb”.

    now, now….repeat after me..”We are all in this together” Gregorian chanted 10 times. Per our raging fag Guv’nor this is for your own good…

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  61. Larry G says:

    FYI and thankfully off topic once more (was starting to get worried about becoming a Conformist) one particular neighbor lady bought a nice Charter Arms .38 Special 5 shot revolver for self protection, and the young man who sold her the gun also sold her two boxes of .380 ammo..

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  62. JPF says:

    @Larry G
    Besides, I’d have to find stupid buyers for the females

    Depends. Are these Karens?

    Or are these 17-year old virgins, free of tattoos and debt, with a desire to marry now and to be a loyal, life-long helper for her husband, with plenty of sex and breast playtime? And she has Proverbs 5:18-19, 1 Corinthians 7:1-9 and Titus 2:3-5 memorized?

    With the correct source, your product could be worth far more than rubies.

    What? You live in North America? Yeah, nevermind.

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  63. Liz says:

    That does sound like a good job, Larry.
    It might be fun too. At least you know you’re not going to be working with any dumbass liberals.
    Went in the local gun/hardware/clothing store with Mike the other day and everyone knows him. When they get a shipment of ammo, the guy texts Mike and sets some aside for him. Then I go in and buy a couple of boxes and Mike buys a couple (there’s a limit per person).

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  64. Ame says:

    well … so Larry doesn’t fall to some sort of apoplexy … 😉 … staying off topic 😉 …

    several years ago i saw this small biz where they took writing and molded metal like the writing … like a salutation from a grandparent, or something like that, in the same shape as the original. very cool. also over my budget.

    so Oldest had this little, 2″ square canvas, and i wrote on it the ‘saying’ i always write when i sign anything to my daughters. she loved it. it’s what i’d love done in those metals, but, budget.

    so i decided to write it on fabric with permanent fabric markers – fabric and markers i already have, so cost was only the frame – hobby lobby 50% off sale. i did one for each daughter and added their fav flowers. framed. they.look.awesome! they’re gonna cry when they open them christmas morning 🙂

    now they’ll always have my ‘signature’ that is just for them, no one else (b/c no one else calls me mom), in my own handwriting, that i did myself, just for them. forever.

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  65. Ame says:

    with Mike the other day and everyone knows him

    i’m guessing that the time it takes for everyone to know Mike is very short 🙂

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  66. This election and pandemic stuff is… gah. Airplane guys stuff gives me hope there may be more than meets the eye. Otherwise it is just stupidity and idiots and people willing to trade it all for a single election result and feelz. God help us all!

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  67. When times are tough I imagine black hawks and special ops teams Dropping out of nowhere, bagging and tagging swampies, and sending them off to the spa fulfilling the last promise to lock me up! Warms the heart, that! Lol. May it be so…

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  68. Lock ‘em up (not me, I dunno nothing ‘cept what I read on the Internet! And not even sure I understand that!) lol.

    Saw a very interesting and long article this morning that explained a lot of shat we started seeing back in 2015/16 and the deplatforming and demonetizing snd how that was all part of leading to where we are now etc. I’ll try to find that again… it was a bit above my understanding but made me think back on the attack on the msnosphere and how eliminating those voices may have been part of all that…

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  69. Farm Boy says:

    Netflix’s new adaptation of JD Vance’s “Hillbilly Elegy” is devastating for the left’s political narrative. How do I know that? Because so many leftists are trying to keep people from watching it.

    Critics complain that the movie has too many noble country folk — though neither Vance’s 2016 memoir nor the film version is exactly focused on nobility as such. They even gripe that the autobiography of a white guy from the hill country doesn’t have any major black characters. Well, yes.

    https://nypost.com/2020/12/03/hillbilly-elegy-critics-show-they-despise-deplorables/

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  70. Farm Boy says:

    A longtime aide and confidante of former president Bill Clinton claimed to Vanity Fair magazine this week that, despite his denials, Clinton indeed visited Jeffrey Epstein’s private island, Little St. James, which reportedly served as a hub for Epstein’s global sex trafficking operation

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/longtime-clinton-aide-claims-bill-visited-jeffrey-epsteins-private-island

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  71. Farm Boy says:

    Dave Morris, the owner of D&R’s Daily Grind Café in Portage, achieved instant notoriety Wednesday when he walked up to WWMT reporter Tarvarious Haywood.

    “My government leaders have abandoned me,” Morris said. “$4 trillion of stimulus money and they gave it to who? Special interest groups and campaign donors.”

    Morris, who had previously announced to local news outlets that he was going to openly defy the state’s indoor dining ban, told Haywood it’s “absolutely” the right thing to do and that “everybody needs to stand up.”

    https://www.foxnews.com/media/michigan-restaurant-owner-viral-rant-indoor-dining-ban

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  72. Farm Boy says:

    In Georgia, Vote-Counters Claimed They Were Shutting Down and Ordered All GOP Monitors to Leave;
    Then They Continued Counting, In Secret and Without Observers Present, For Three More Hours

    http://ace.mu.nu/archives/391539.php

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  73. Sharkly says:

    Askimet has apparently “Spammed” my previous version of this comment. Please disregard this if it appears twice:

    “I think some people become so obsessed with their own hate/rage/anger that is what starts to define them. They can’t let it go, even as it destroys them.”

    I think it is a bit more crazy than that, and the hater is mostly oblivious to the root of their problem.
    I think the problem is that people, women in particular, are not taught how to be content in their circumstances, in their role, and in life’s normal hardships.

    People, women in particular, are empowered. They are taught to dream of a perfect unspoiled life, and that they deserve it, and can have it. The TV tells them so. It is as if a thousand romantic movies have taught them that some Chad’s penis is the key to their lock. When they find the man who is just the right combination of awesomeness, he will stick his key in her lock and unlock a world of perfection where they float from one wonderful Hallmark moment to the next. He will be her savior, he will make all things perfect.

    Well, that’s only partway true. Imagine her dissatisfaction when she discovers that her long anticipated savior tests and chastens her, and allows really tough things to happen in her life. She feels he certainly can’t be the savior the movies promised her, and he isn’t. He is the image of Christ in her life. But she wanted Santa, only with six pack abs and cool fashion, and a hint of danger, who knows how to give her what she wants before she even wants it, whether she’s been naughty or nice. Nope the real man is a let down, because her “salvation” hasn’t transformed her life into one continuous orgasm of perfection and completeness. And so she is unhaaaaaapy, dissatisfied, discontent. And she blames him for ruining her one chance to have the perfect life. He failed her! And now she is older and fatter and the train has jumped off the track, and her life will never be good, that false messiah didn’t deliver the goods.
    She didn’t get the pony who could balance a cupcake on his back for her birthday, and now her birthday party is just torture and a mockery of all her wishes. How could he! How could he ruin her life like that?

    But did Chad ever really promise he would read her mind and get her a pony that balances comfort foods on its back for her? No. That was Hollywood, and Hallmark, and Harlequin romance novels that promised that she could live the Feminist life script and achieve contentment. She doesn’t realize that contentment is a choice.

    So, after divorce raping Chad, when she finds herself miserable when Chad isn’t even in her life anymore, whose fault is that? Obviously its Chad’s fault! It has to be! Everything was Chad’s fault! He wasn’t the key to her lock, and he married her anyway! Chad must pay! Chad must suffer! Chad deserves hell on earth, for being her false Messiah who ruined her one and only chance to live, because obviously this life is all there is. And and and and …. /S

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  74. JPF says:

    Ame: now they’ll always have my ‘signature’ that is just for them

    That’s beautiful. I am sure they will appreciate the time and sentiment.

    @Sharkly: You forgot. “Chad” is the name of the bad boy who temporarily took her mind of her deficient ex-husband. “Steady Eddy” or “Boring Bob” is the name of the shmuck who put a ring on it.

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  77. Sharkly says:

    JPF, I beg to disagree! I was “Chad”, Irreverent Studly Rich Handyman(the total package) and became Boring Bob, the moment she married me. I’m like a butterfly. Only I start out as this really attractive thing, and then she puts me through a metamorphosis where I’m turned into a creepy-crawly worm in her mind.

    My lawyer recently made a comment about me being intimidating, makes his job harder.
    And it is only my wife that isn’t attracted. I’m still like a magnet to other defilers.

    What this world needs is women who can marry normal men, and choose to love and respect them. Actually making things better after marriage, not just being Satan’s destroyers and defilers of men. We need somebody preaching about how to choose contentment, not damnable pastobaters demonstrating how every lack of contentment can be blamed on the husband. Churchians actually teach women to blame their own character flaws on their husbands. And then when the marriage blows up because of their bullshit doctrines of man-hate, they blame the man for the break-up of the marriage and for being hated.

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  78. RichardP says:

    @Liz said: The entire coronavirus situation. It is “the Big Dumb”.

    Some perspective. I’m sure it is not like this everywhere. But it is suddenly like this here.

    Over time, wife and I have become friends with six or so big-wig doctors in Beverly Hills (wife is a nurse). They all have privileges at Cedars-Sinai in Beverly HIlls. See picture in next post. It is large. I think this information is general enough that I am not violating anyone’s private health info.

    1. Two extended families. One owns professional sports teams. The other, a well-regarded producer of movies. Both families are patients of our doctor friends. They pay for and receive exceptional service from their doctor. Up to a point.

    Both families had family gatherings for Thanksgiving. Eight or more extended family in each setting. As of today, every.single.one in each family has tested positive for C19. The matriarch in one family (mid eighties) called her doctor Tuesday last because she was throwing up blood. He sent her to the emergency ward at Cedars, where they stabilized her. Told her there were no beds available, and 48 people ahead of her waiting for a bed.

    She threw a fit and demanded that her doctor come and sit with her for the eight hours they said it would be before a bed might become available (demanded, in a way that only really wealthy folks can demand). Doctor said no. She was there with her 40-something boyfriend (she mid-eighties), so doctor knew that she had someone looking after her in case she went downhill quickly. Doctor found her a bed in a smallish hospital out here in the west end of the San Fernado Valley. Quite a blow to her dignity. But the only other option was to wait in the hall with all the other riff-raff (Cedars, in Beverly Hills), and she wasn’t going to humiliate herself that way.

    She has underlying conditions and has tested positive for C19. You guys have seen the statistics. Calculate your own odds of whether she is going to survive this. All because “who are you to tell me I can’t have Thanksgiving with my family?” Chances are her circumstances would be different if they had not had the large gathering. But – did she have the right to choose, knowing it might kill her?

    Everyone in the other family is sheltering in place. Haven’t heard yet of anyone seriously ill. But all have also all tested positive for C19, again because “who are you to tell me I can’t have Thanksgiving with my family?”

    That is the science of all of this. It does happen. And no one knows for certain when or where. And, right now, some hospitals are beyond capacity (Cedars – a large hospital). The politicians are betting on the side of caution, even though many are tone-deaf when it comes to their own personal behavior as measured against the edicts they have implemented.

    2. One of the riff-raff / small people. Wife died of cancer a few years ago. He is left to care for their four youngish children. Sister died several months ago. Several weeks before Thanksgiving, he had a massive heart attack. Was taken to a hospital in Santa Monica. Dr. friend was his personal doctor, and so was called about 2:00 in the morning. Dr. friend said “get him to Cedars”. “No, he won’t survive the trip”. Went back and forth this way for thirty seconds or so. Dr. friend hung up and called the fellow’s HMO and demanded that they pay for a helicopter to ferry the patient from Santa Monica hospital to Cedars. “No”, they said, “he won’t survive the trip.” “You get that helicopter ther pronto, or I will see to it that this family sues you out of existance”.

    The helicoptor was supplied, the gentleman was ferried to Cedars, where he was met with the expert cardiac team that Dr. friend had call together in the meantime. Cedars had the equipment, the fellow-doctors had the know-how and skillz, and they put the fellow’s heart back together. He will be released from the hospital tomorrow (Friday), living another day to care for his small kids.

    Imagine that Dr. friend had received this call on the same day that the 85ish year old woman in Point 1 above was sent to the emergency room at Cedars. They had no beds available and 48 folks ahead of her waiting for beds. Think the fellow with the heart attack would have survived. Good thing he thought to have his heart attack well before the Thanksgiving C19 rush.

    3. Well-known person, very much in the public eye and dying of cancer recently. The pain got very intense. Patient asked Dr. friend for more pain medicine. “I’ve given you the maximum dose that the law allows. I can’t give you more. More will cause your lung muscles to get increasingly sluggish and you will suffocate. I can’t do that to you.” Came the response, “I don’t give a damn about any of that. Give me more pain medicine.” So Dr. friend did. Did patient dying of cancer have the right to choose more pain medicine, knowing it would kill him?

    Doctors have to make choices like these. So do politicians. So do regular folk. Even when one wants to make the right choice, it is often difficult to know what the right choice is. But, still, one must choose. And so they do. For better or for worse.

    The story of the two extended families at Point 1 above, all of whom tested positive for C19 after gathering for Thanksgiving, tells us that the world has changed. There is not an instruction manual for this. But the doctors and the politicians on the front lines have to choose. Telling everyone that they are free to go and take a chance on killing themselves (as those two extended families did) is an option for both doctors and politicians to choose. We are probably still a ways away from them thinking that is the best choice to make.

    And so, we plebians must make do as those we choose to lead us have to choose in the absence of perfect information.

    Do it better we holler at them. Make me they holler back. Isn’t that how a democratic republic is supposed to work? But who wants to bother “making them” by voting out the bad and voting in the better. That is too much work. So we just complain. That really is pretty much all we can do. Or choose to go to Thanksgiving dinner with extended family.

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  79. RichardP says:

    Cedars-Sinai Beverly Hills.

    All building are hospital buildings except for Macy’s.

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  80. Sharkly says:

    Apparently I’m not the top Jerk-Boy cocky Alpha here at Spawny’s Space. Sometimes I might like to think so, but then somebody’s dark-triad skillz totally blow past mine, and leave my poor little ego in the dust. I hate being a copy cat, but I don’t think I can top this ultimate Jerk-Boy Christmas move:
    F*** Christmas shopping! If Santa thinks they’ve been good enough …
    I’m gonna give each of my kids my autograph for Christmas too!
    You’re hard-core, Ame!

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  81. Larry G says:

    “What this world needs is women who can marry normal men, and choose to love and respect them. Actually making things better after marriage, not just being Satan’s destroyers and defilers of men. We need somebody preaching about how to choose contentment, not damnable pastobaters demonstrating how every lack of contentment can be blamed on the husband. Churchians actually teach women to blame their own character flaws on their husbands. And then when the marriage blows up because of their bullshit doctrines of man-hate, they blame the man for the break-up of the marriage and for being hated.”

    Actually, JPF summed that up quite well in a previous comment….”What? You live in North America? Yeah, nevermind.”

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  82. Larry G says:

    Take a healthy shit on the ground. Let it cool until it’s at room temperature. Pick up the turd with a flat blade spatula and transfer to the small pedestal. Acquire a light polishing compound and a large container of Turdwax. Apply personal vigorous effort polishing and applying layers of Turdwax to the cooled pile of shit. After all your effort, wealth and loyalty have been expended polishing the turd you have successfully become a married husband to a western female. Congratulations! Well done, sir!

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  83. theshadowedknight says:

    If she is causing that much trouble, you aren’t beating her enough. All women like it rough, some just like it rougher than others. Think of the back of your hand like salt: apply to taste.

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  84. Cheque d'Out says:

    It’d be nice not to lose the blog because somebody made a joke but forgot to make sure that it would be read as one…

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  85. Cheque d'Out says:

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  86. Karen a blonde. C’mon man!

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  87. Same at KY DMV this summer.

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  88. Larry G says:

    “Same at KY DMV this summer” I smell a conspiracy…..

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  89. Cheque d'Out says:

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  90. Liz says:

    I don’t know Sharkly. The most miserable person I know personally is my mother. So I just observe her and go with that. When dad was alive, she bitched. When he died, she bitched. Now that he is long past, she bitches. Really, it is just who she is. Never was a Chad as far as I know.

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  91. Liz says:

    We used to play a little game every time we’d visit by wagering on how long it would take for her to mention Mike and I getting a divorce. She’d say it every time, but sometimes it would take a couple of days. Sometimes she’d start in with the divorce conversation the first day. I think she is legitimately disappointed we’ve never divorced (and seem to really really like each other)

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  92. Liz says:

    Richard, I wonder what 80 something year old ladies did before covid? Live forever?
    Never pick up germs while on holiday? Germs have been around a long, long time.
    I watched Togo (about the Alaskan sled dog who brought medicine to combat the diphtheria infection). Children were dying mostly. If it were almost exclusively 80 something year olds, they’d have waited until spring.

    The rules we have right now are ridiculous.
    Neighbors next door on both sides had covid.
    Just found out yesterday the neighbors across the street had it a few weeks ago too.
    They’re in their 60s, neighbors to the right in their 70s, neighbors to the left in their 50s.
    No one had to go to the hospital.

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  93. Larry G says:

    “Sometimes she’d start in with the divorce conversation the first day. I think she is legitimately disappointed we’ve never divorced (and seem to really really like each other)”

    dang, Liz. My mother pulled the same crappola when I brought my new bride home from overseas. Not so subtle hints and eventually just boldly saying I should divorce her and get a “nice American woman” to marry….um, nope. Kinda, sorta already married the woman I want.
    Totally disregarded my woman’s feelings which did NOT go over well with me at all. That was the end of my relationship with my mother and we became totally estranged until her death. Funny how those family who are supposed to be happy and support you actually turn out to be the saboteurs and ones hell bent on destroying you.

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  94. https://ninetymilesfromtyranny.blogspot.com/2020/12/facebook-changing-race-blind-hate.html

    The overhaul, which is known as the WoW Project and is in its early stages, involves re-engineering Facebook’s automated moderation systems to get better at detecting and automatically deleting hateful language that is considered “the worst of the worst,” according to internal documents describing the project obtained by The Washington Post. The “worst of the worst” includes slurs directed at Blacks, Muslims, people of more than one race, the LGBTQ community and Jews, according to the documents.

    As one way to assess severity, Facebook assigned different types of attacks numerical scores weighted based on their perceived harm. For example, the company’s systems would now place a higher priority on automatically removing statements such as “Gay people are disgusting” than “Men are pigs.”

    Facebook has long banned hate speech — defined as violent or dehumanizing speech — based on race, gender, sexuality and other protected characteristics. It owns Instagram and has the same hate speech policies there. But before the overhaul, the company’s algorithms and policies did not make a distinction between groups that were more likely to be targets of hate speech versus those that have not been historically marginalized. Comments like “White people are stupid” were treated the same as anti-Semitic or racist slurs.

    In the first phase of the project, which was announced internally to a small group in October, engineers said they had changed the company’s systems to deprioritize policing contemptuous comments about “Whites,” “men” and “Americans.” Facebook still considers such attacks to be…

    WoW = War on Whitey

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  95. Larry G says:

    LOL! It used to completely piss my mother off before the split when she watched my Mrs. take “liberties” and sat on my lap…could see mom just clenching her jaw and grinding her teeth…I sooo enjoyed that!

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  96. Facebook won’t even have to respond before Biden’s new AG drops the case.

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  97. Liz says:

    Larry, Mom actually likes Mike and always has.
    I think the only reason is she’d have something to talk about (and complain about).
    For her, the best case scenario would be him leaving me for someone 20 years younger.
    She’d have some real satisfaction that way and something to talk about until the end of time.

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  98. Larry G says:

    It took awhile, a couple of years in fact, since my mother could be deceptive and hide her motives and feelings well, she intensely disliked my wife. As the estrangement grew so did her hate towards my woman and my mother was not afraid to show it. The huge error on her part was thinking she could force a choice, a really piss poor idea, between “family” or wife.

    I have no problem whatsoever in completely cutting people out of my life permanently. Fucksups I might forgive depending on the nature, person and intent, but treason, never.

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  100. Farm Boy says:

    Not something that you see every day

    [Beats the pants off of Chelsea in every way she does]

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  101. Farm Boy says:

    Seriously, I’m embarrassed to live in a country where even a hundred people might vote for the demented husk that is Joe Biden.

    I get that Democrats are low-info, gullible voters who laughingly operate under the illusion that they’re the intellectual Illuminati of the Republic. They can be talked into voting for anyone.

    https://pjmedia.com/columns/stephen-kruiser/2020/12/04/the-morning-briefing-taking-bets-on-the-jill-biden-kamala-harris-2021-hate-match-n1188865

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  102. Farm Boy says:

    Great moments in gaslighting

    ‘Suitcase’ Video Shown During Georgia Election Hearing Sparks Reaction From Gov. Kemp

    Georgia election officials say viral video shows nothing “bizarre or odd” going on

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/suitcase-video-shown-during-georgia-election-hearing-sparks-reaction-from-gov-kemp

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  103. Farm Boy says:

    Secret Service Puts Finishing Touches On Biden’s New Presidential Scooter

    https://babylonbee.com/news/secret-service-preparing-bidens-bulletproof-scooter-chair-force-one

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  104. Farm Boy says:

    In one of the most awkward television moments of all time, Joe Biden apparently attempts to make a joke about his and Kamala’s relationship and that joke goes over like a lead balloon.

    https://notthebee.com/article/is-this-a-joke-biden-if-kamala-and-i-disagree-ill-develop-some-disease-and-say-i-have-to-resign

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  105. Farm Boy says:

    So, some pastors got creative and decided to declare their churches “temporary strip clubs” to get around the absurdity.

    https://notthebee.com/article/some-churches-are-designating-themselves-temporary-strip-clubs-in-order-to-have-in-person-services

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  106. Farm Boy says:

    Police in the UK are patrolling pubs and throwing out customers who they deem to not be eating a “substantial meal” under COVID-19 rules.

    https://summit.news/2020/12/04/uk-police-patrolling-pubs-throwing-out-customers-for-eating-scotch-eggs/

    [Wonder if induce vomiting they do I do]

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  107. Gunner Q says:

    RichardP, I don’t mean to pick on you but dude, you’re telling me to love and trust Big Brother.

    “She has underlying conditions… Calculate your own odds of whether she is going to survive this.”

    The odds are zero. Nobody escapes life alive. If she valued Thanksgiving & family more than her health then she’s a good woman.

    “Did she have the right to choose, knowing it might kill her?”

    Yes, she absolutely did. Her life, her family, her rules. Similarly, MY life, MY family, MY rules. *GQ tosses his slave mask in the garbage can. Bank shot!*

    “Everyone in the other family is sheltering in place. Haven’t heard yet of anyone seriously ill. But all have also all tested positive for C19, again because “who are you to tell me I can’t have Thanksgiving with my family?””

    Exactly! They chose to run the risk and now are dealing with the reasonable consequences. All is well.

    “The politicians are betting on the side of caution…”

    They impose draconian rules with illegitimate authority, then violate their own rules at will. That is tyranny, not caution.

    “One of the riff-raff / small people… Several weeks before Thanksgiving, he had a massive heart attack.”

    Not Coof, not Thanksgiving, not relevant.

    “3. Well-known person, very much in the public eye and dying of cancer recently.”

    Not Coof, not Thanksgiving, not relevant.

    “There is not an instruction manual for this. And so, we plebians must make do as those we choose to lead us have to choose in the absence of perfect information.”

    1. America is a free society. We do not have kings ordering us what crops to plant and when we’re allowed to show our faces. UK and Australia would also like to be free, I hear.

    2. In the absence of perfect information, ending civilization as we knew it should not have been Plan “A”.

    3. Now that we DO have an instruction manual, cheap COVID treatments have been outlawed in favor of hideously expensive vaccines that don’t exist yet.

    4. I never chose these “leaders” to lead me. I’ve spent my adult life watching vote fraud get refined into an art form. What Trump is dealing with right now? I am ANNOYED that people are upset about it! What were you chuckleheads looking at for the last three decades?

    5. NEVER IN HUMAN HISTORY have the healthy been quarantined to protect the sickly. We aren’t talking strong borders. We’re talking “no friends, no handshakes, no singing”.

    “So we just complain.”

    I do not want to complain. I want to be left alone to live my life as I choose.

    But if you weld that door shut and order me to not celebrate Thanksgiving because some spoiled-rich-brat Karen of a Baby Boomer might end up vomiting blood and scorn at Cedars-Sinai then I am going to COMPLAIN.

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  108. SCOOP: San Diego Unified School District is forcing teachers to attend “white privilege” training, in which teachers are told “you are racist” and “you are upholding racist ideas, structures, and policies.”

    Blacks should really have their own schools. It’s the right thing to do.

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  109. It’s the flu. Maybe a stronger version of it, but basically it’s the flu. It is not ebola. It is not transmissible pancreatic cancer. There was no need to turn the world upside down.

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  111. Cheque d'Out says:

    More rats in sack action

    Cherman car makers not keen on being sacrificed for the political interests of jumped up froggy wanker desperate for re-election by playing to french fishermen

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  112. Ame says:

    good for Larry and Mike standing up to the family!

    my ex-in-laws loved me at first, then turned on me over the years till they hated me. essentially made him choose btw them and me he chose them. they tried that on our daughters; they’ve taken Larry’s pov. 🙂

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    Sharkly – either i don’t get your humor, or you’re just plain mean.

    [SG – For what it’s worth, I laughed. It’s kind of a compliment to you in an admittedly dark male humour way. YMMV and I may be wrong]
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    thought of The Horseman this week … had a cloudy cold day, cold wind, no sun, and i was thinking, “This is COLD but I bet Horseman thinks this is t-shirt weather! LOL!” hope all is going well for The Horseman up in cold Canada 🙂

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  113. Cheque d'Out says:

    If BloJo Twataturk keeps this up then I might like him a little more. But he still needs to go next year.

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  114. I am shocked, SHOCKED, by this news!!!

    Ok, now, where is my pudding?

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  115. I did not know this…

    https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2017/01/12/surprise-ceremony-obama-awards-biden-presidential-medal-freedom/96503116/

    President Obama bestowed the nation’s highest civilian honor on Vice President Biden Thursday, calling his running mate and presidential understudy “the best vice president America has ever had.”

    But Biden’s medal also came with an additional rare honor: The Presidential Medal of Freedom with Distinction. That additional designation has been bestowed to only three others: Pope John Paul II, President Ronald Reagan and former secretary of State Colin Powell.

    Obama recited a list of Biden’s accomplishments as vice president, leading the Middle Class Task Force, serving as the stimulus “sheriff,” and manning “mission control” for the Cancer Moonshot. But he said those items do not capture the fullness of Biden’s often-parodied persona.

    “leading the Middle Class Task Force,” >>> As in, “How do we destroy the Middle Class?”

    “serving as the stimulus “sheriff,” ” >>> The what ?!?!?!?!?!

    and manning “mission control” for the Cancer Moonshot. >>>

    Remember when people would get cancer and die? I’m so glad that’s over and done with. Hey, wait a second…

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  116. Cheque d'Out says:

    The Shocking Way Women Behave in Divorce

    Gentlemen…start your popcorn maker

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  117. Cheque d'Out says:

    “Ok, now, where is my pudding?”
    Fair enough if it’s apple sauce or Jelly/Jello

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  118. Ame says:

    [SG – For what it’s worth, I laughed. It’s kind of a compliment to you in an admittedly dark male humour way. YMMV and I may be wrong]

    okay … i trust you, Spawny 🙂

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  119. Can somebody post that info re zinc tonic vitamin d c etc again if you still have that? A friend was asking and I can’t remember the doses or x per day

    [Paging the Glorious Patriarch she is]

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  120. Oh, I like the cinnamon applesauce, but Jello is just for kids. Which is why Joe has pockets full of it I guess.

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  121. b g says:

    KH

    “…Jello is just for kids…”

    No way, Jello salads are traditional fare on the prairies. My wife’s favourite was wild cherry with raspberries and blueberries, the gobblers still make it for all of the holidays ;-D

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  122. Cheque d'Out says:

    Max D3 for long-term is 4000iu per day
    Take it with K2 to make sure it goes where it should. Look for combined D3 and K2 for dose but 100 micrograms rings a bell.
    500mg of C per day doesn’t give me issues on the back end. YMMV. You will know if you overdo it but no harm done
    They’re the main ones, I think. D seems good against SAD according to various people, especially if you’re not getting enough sunlight.

    Zinc, NAC and… something else are good too but I have the fire alight and a cat on my lap. So can’t check right now.
    Aspirin is useful against clotting/hypercoagulation

    Check out DrBeen and Peak Prosperity channels on YouTube for sensible analysis of medical research (as far as I can see)

    Htth although I’m still not a doctor

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  123. Cheque d'Out says:

    Quercetin is the something else. iirc it gets zinc into your cells (so it’s an over the counter HCQ in effect). Zinc in cells is supposed to slow down the virus’ replication.

    If your friend has the bug then forget the 4000iu limit for D3, especially if there’s a deficit to make up. Last I heard (months ago) try 10,000 a day for three days to get yourself up to speed.

    Also if you have it; Normal dose of aspirin. The maximum that it says on the packet. Helps pain but also reduces blot clots

    All of the above was gathered from multiple seemingly reasonable sources. I haven’t been paying huge attention to this stuff for a while but I’ve not heard anything to the contrary

    Still not a doctor.

    Best of luck, hopefully it’s no big deal. Both the YouTube channels that I mention have addressed long-covid but research into that still seems to be developing.

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  124. Cheque d'Out says:

    The cat got up to check the dinner menu

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  125. Cheque d'Out says:

    Increased dose of C if you have the virus. You’ll know if you’re taking more than your body can use.

    Think that’s it…

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  126. Cheque d'Out says:

    Ame, there was no doubt expressed that YOU gave a thoughtful and loving gift. It’s more the imagined response if he/we/men gave such a gift…”you tight git, where’s the money?” type of thing. Let’s call it Mother’s Privilege…that Dad doesn’t get to have.
    The comment made the point in an amusing way (afaiac anyway).
    YMMV
    Nobody ever accused me of having a normal sense of humour.

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  127. Ame says:

    🙂

    “normal” is highly over-rated, Spawny 😉

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  128. Ame says:

    It’s more the imagined response if he/we/men gave such a gift…”you tight git, where’s the money?” type of thing. Let’s call it Mother’s Privilege…that Dad doesn’t get to have.

    i guess i’m not ‘normal,’ either … b/c i’d think a gift like that from a Dad would be awesome 🙂

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  129. Ame says:

    does anyone know how to transfer a pdf file into a jpeg file? i tried this online converter thingy, and it didn’t work 😦

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  130. Thank you glorious patriarch, will pass it along. It’s not a severe case but early steps hopefully will help keep it that way!

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  131. Cheque d'Out says:

    Not something that I’ve done but I might try printing the document to a file and then convert the file to jpeg.
    Is it .xps format that you get as the intermediary format? That might be an image format in effect.

    So hit ‘print’ and select ‘to file’ or somesuch. Then, maybe, open the generated file with Paint or GIMP.

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  132. Cheque d'Out says:

    Exactly, Bloom. Hit it hard so the body can catch up.
    Ivermectin is supposed to be good at all stages of the infection but it’s prescription only here. Peak Prosperity and DrBeen mentioned convincing trials of it… and it’s cheap.

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  133. Needs verification, but looks like one GA machine examined in person confirms votes were flipped! This whole thing is like “how many ways can we steal a vote?” And yet, they can’t even cheat convincingly!

    https://populist.press/trump-team-has-dominion-machine-from-georgia-shows-votes-flipped/

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  134. b g says:

    RPG

    As a susceptible old fart, I tend to pay attention to this stuff. You could do worse than pay attention to Dr. John Campbell, he isn’t involved with any of the pharma groups:

    And I do apologize for my. intemperate commentary a week or so ago, we were in the midst of rescuing a grand niece from a druggy arsehole.

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  135. Ame says:

    hummm … i’m a bit lost in all that, Spawny. it’s a copy of a photo that a friend ‘fixed’ for me in pdf format. when i’ve tried to send it to places to print, they don’t accept the pdf format. i’m not sure i could print it then scan it in again into another format and have it turn out well.

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  136. Cheque d'Out says:

    B G, I agree that he’s levelheaded too. Another good source

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  137. Cheque d'Out says:

    Ok, you’re not printing it, printing it. You’re creating a file suitable for a printer to use. Then converting that file to jpeg.

    Or, that’s the theory anyway. I’ve not done it!

    Can you not get another copy already in jpeg/PNG format? I assume not but thought I’d check.

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  138. theshadowedknight says:

    Regarding covid response, lookup the Zelenko Protocol, as he was the first to really get it under control in the US. Saved a bunch of elderly Jews, which seems like it would be pretty hard given their genetics and social behaviors. I don’t know if it has been refined since then, but I would see what he was doing.

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  139. b g says:

    Cheque d’Out

    LOL, interesting that none of the guys responding are talking about Fauci in the States or Tam in the Great White North ;-D

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  140. I’ll eat the fruit, after its been properly cleaned with bourbon, but you can keep the Jello.

    Didn’t the one sister on Little House go blind from eating jello salad? That was soooo sad!

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  141. Cheque d'Out says:

    I’m waiting for Fauci’s trial….

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  142. Larry G says:

    Ame, try this
    1. Open the pdf file if you are able by double clicking on it
    2. Once open, center the picture on the screen
    3. now comes the fun part; press the Ctrl and PrtScr keys together. The Ctrl key ought to be in the lower left corner of the keyboard, the PrtScn key is upper right. This keeps a ‘shopshot” of what is on the screen
    4. Open the Paint application by pressing the “windows” key (lower left on keyboard usually between the Ctrl and Alt keys, looks like a 4 part box kinda
    5. the main menu opens, select Paint
    6. In paint, upper left corner you should see the Paste icon

    let me know if you have gotten that far before we go on

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  143. Farm Boy says:

    News for Liz

    In Order To Appeal To Suburban Christian Women, Vaccine To Be Distributed Through A Pyramid Scheme

    https://babylonbee.com/news/in-order-to-get-christian-women-to-take-vaccine-it-will-now-be-distributed-via-a-pyramid-scheme

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  144. Farm Boy says:

    138,000 Kids Suddenly Added To Santa’s Nice List In Middle Of Night

    https://babylonbee.com/news/santas-nice-list-sees-a-dump-of-138607-new-kids-overnight

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  145. Farm Boy says:

    Police in North Yorkshire are using number plate recognition cameras to track down people violating lockdown rules by leaving their area to visit a pub in a neighboring area with less severe restrictions.

    https://summit.news/2020/12/04/uk-police-using-number-plate-cameras-to-track-down-people-visiting-pubs-in-neighboring-areas/

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  146. Larry G says:

    tried a 2nd method and seems a tad easier. Open the pdf, on the tool bar select Tools. One icon says Convert Pdf with a dropdown menu labeled Open. Select the icon, from th emenu Convert To select the dropdown again and go to the bottom of menu, select Image (jped, tiff, png)

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  147. Farm Boy says:

    Wonder if it is true…

    Situation Update: Trump Invokes 2018 Executive Order, Authorizing Military Response to Cyber Warfare

    http://americanpatriotcontacttracers.com/situation-update-trump-invokes-2018-executive-order-authorizing-military-response-to-cyber-warfare/

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  148. Farm Boy says:

    Native American tribal members were allegedly offered gifts such as jewelry and gift cards in exchange for voting in Nevada, videos being used by the Trump campaign’s legal team claim.

    https://dailycaller.com/2020/12/04/pro-biden-group-gave-gift-cards-jewelry-exchange-votes-nevada/

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  149. Ame says:

    oh.gawash! LOL! vaccine to be distributed thru a pyramid scheme! LOL! by christian women … do that right along with ‘young’ brand essential oils, which droves of christian women sell … ‘young’ brand out of utah. heh. and not one of them ‘get’ it.

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  150. Ame says:

    wow, Bloom … only God can keep up with all that’s really going on in this world; i cannot imagine how complex the ‘under’structure is.

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  151. Ame says:

    that’s exactly what Liz’s link addresses, too, FB.

    very interesting times.

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  153. Farm Boy says:

    City councilmembers in Lancaster, California, unanimously approved a symbolic “vote of no confidence” of Los Angeles County Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer on Thursday, and reportedly decided to eventually break away from the agency

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/city-council-votes-no-confidence-in-l-a-county-health-director-approves-forming-own-department

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  154. Ame says:

    Larry is AWESOME!!!!!!!

    He fixed my file for me.

    THANK.YOU.THANK.YOU.THANK.YOU.THANK.YOU!!!!!!!

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  155. Ame says:

    Larry – always bringin’ in the cheer 🙂

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  156. Farm Boy says:

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  157. Farm Boy says:

    Shively Mayor Beverly Chester-Burton was arrested for DUI Wednesday night after getting butt-wasted and deciding to go on a White Castle run, where she passed out in the friggin drive-thru line, remaining asleep while multiple people pounded on her windows to try to wake her up. She then smashed the gas, crashed into the car in front of her causing a domino effect into other cars, and then plowed her Cadillac headfirst into a large utility pole.

    https://notthebee.com/article/kentucky-mayor-gets-hammered-goes-on-a-white-castle-run-passes-out-in-drive-thru-gets-arrested-for-dui

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  158. Larry G says:

    well somebody is being naughty…

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  159. Ame says:

    Larry G
    1h ago
    well somebody is being naughty…

    *not* Larry! Larry is NE-VER *naughty*!!! 🙂

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  160. Sharkly says:

    Oh boy! I must be a really bad communicator.

    When dad was alive, she bitched. When he died, she bitched. Now that he is long past, she bitches. Really, it is just who she is. Never was a Chad as far as I know.

    That was my point!

    Liz, I wasn’t saying that I was treated poorly because I was a “Chad”, but in spite of it. I was saying that it doesn’t matter who the man is, his wife is going to relate to him based upon her own character. Some men are often trashed, and told, “if only you were more this or that” your wife would love you. The freaking carrot and stick of female control. My point is that I was everything men are supposed to be, and I still got treated like sh1t. Likewise Donald Trump got divorced multiple times, so is he not successful enough? Brad Pitt got divorced, is he not attractive enough? No, we live in a time of women who have been trained to devalue men and to not be content, and always feel entitled to more. The leech says, “Give! Give!”(the Proverbs 30:15 woman) Meaning, nothing is ever enough for the leech to say, “OK, I have received my due, and more than I deserve now.” You just don’t satisfy leeches. The bitter woman doesn’t want to see her husband happy, she wants him to feel more miserable than she feels.

    Ame says: Sharkly – either I don’t get your humor, or you’re just plain mean.

    Apparently!

    Normally I would respond with more sarcasm and ratchet things up to the point where a person would certainly get that I was joking, but since it is hard to sometimes get the humorous delivery via printed text, and some people’s sense of humor is different, I won’t.

    Ame, I thought the humor might brighten your day, but obviously my sarcasm backfired.
    I don’t normally try to explain my jokes, but, when people are truly not getting them, sometimes I do. By Jerk-Boy or Jerkboy I am referring to a type of “game” or attitude that is over-the-top cocky yet also can sometimes be funny, I tried an internet search to find a good example for you, and apparently that term has a whole other meaning to the people who publish p0rn, LOL That’s not the meaning I meant. Here is an example of the word being used in the manosphere:
    https://heartiste.org/2018/01/18/its-jerkboy-game-day/

    Anyhow, I’m sure you’re getting your daughters more than just your autograph for Christmas, and that it will be as well received, as you intend. However, part of the gag is for me to sound as though I think that is all you are planning to get them, and that it is actually a demonstration of over-the-top masculine narcissisms whereby the entire Christmas season is repurposed as an opportunity to show your daughters who’s the Alpha-male of the group. And the part about a cocky dude like me wanting to copy you, is then a supreme homage, sort of like when Bill & Ted would say, “We’re not Worthy!” to one of their heroes, it just makes it funnier, by reinforcing how I am gushing in praise of your(wrongly assumed) ultimate selfish cockiness.

    Perhaps I’ll order myself a new sense of humor from Amazon this Christmas. They have everything. You can get one of Ame’s autographs for next to nothing, if you sign up for Amazon Prime.

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  161. Cheque d'Out says:

    “Perhaps I’ll order myself a new sense of humor from Amazon this Christmas”

    If you find a BOGOF offer, I’ll split it with you

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  162. Cheque d'Out says:

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  163. Ame says:

    LOL!

    okay, Sharkly 🙂

    i’ll figure your personality out before long … sorry i didn’t get it the first time around. sometimes things just fly over my head 😉

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  164. Ame says:

    actually, we keep our christmas, including gifts, pretty simple. we usually each give one gift, sometimes two, to each other. with five of us, we each get about four gifts. i think that’s plenty. i’ve never done the ‘whole-toy-store’ christmas thing. i’ve also never bought into that whole value=$$$.

    those framed autographs turned out awesome; i’m really good at that kind of thing. and even if i do get them something else, i guarantee they’ll forget that something else before next year, but they’ll keep this one forever 🙂

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  165. […] Dealing with an ex (or not). Always stay for the discussion over at Spawny’s; he gets the second to best comments in the manosphere. […]

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