Rose Tico Revisited


Rose Tico, for those who do not know, is a character from Star Wars. More specifically, from the The Last Jedi. The character was written so that she was mostly unlikable, as her appearance was not so great, she was kinda bitchy and made stupid decisions.

From listening to this podcast, I maybe have gained some insight into what was going on. The following content describes the gist of the discussion.

We all know of woke Feminist bitches. Ones that people do not like personally. Hollywood has a higher percentage of these than most places. These Feminists are rather unhappy that people don’t like them so very much. Women, that are not woke Feminist bitches are much more liked, which does not go unnoticed. Apparently, according to one of the commentators, the typical Asian woman around Hollywood way has a much higher likelihood of not being a woke Feminist bitch. Note that Kathleen Kennedy, the head of LucasFilm is an example of you know what. The speculation is that the character Rey, who is the bestest ever, was a self-insert of Kathleen Kennedy. That is, the character is viewed to be a surrogate for the one who conceived of it, and they live vicariously through it. Well, seemingly there could not be any female competition in the film with respect to Rey, so Rose Tico was given unappealing qualities. One of the commentators suggested that she was deliberately given a potato sack to wear. Furthermore, the Rose Tico character is a dig at Asian women, for the reason mentioned above.

The above speculation does have the underhanded indirect women against women aspect that is such a red-pill staple. Kathleen Kennedy is 71 years old. One might think that she would be beyond such a thing. Though, if she is living vicariously through the youthful Rey, perhaps she isn’t.

Exit Question — With Kathleen Kennedy seemingly deliberately destroying the Star Wars franchise, is she concerned about her legacy?

Posted in FarmBoy, Feminism, Movie TV Review, Trainwreck
172 comments on “Rose Tico Revisited
  1. “The speculation is that the character Rey, who is the bestest ever, was a self-insert of Kathleen Kennedy.”

    In the sense that everything was just handed to her and she didn’t actually have to do anything to be acknowledged as “the special”?

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  2. Farm Boy says:

    Yes, the “everything handed to her” part is truE. Apparently Spielberg didn’t think that highly of her, but kept her around anyway. Maybe it was a mercy thing

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  3. Farm Boy says:

    Spielberg said two things about her
    1. She was good at getting coffee
    2. She always interrupted other people in meetings

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  4. Cheque d'Out says:

    #Awkward

    [Learn to be a women it should]

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  5. horsemanbombadil says:

    .

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  6. Ame says:

    so … our Texas gov has said that after 3-10 we don’t have to wear masks.

    now … people are putting memes on fb saying they are going to continue wearing masks. the one that incenses me the most:

    “As for me and my face, I will wear a mask.”

    for the record, Ame has exercised extreme self-control and not commented on a single one of these idiotic posts.

    – – –

    in shocking news:

    part of the structure of Oldest’s online classes is peer review. it seems that some prof’s are more involved in this than others. there have been a few times in her courses she’s protested the peer grade to her prof, and i think in all but one case she got the grade increased.

    her prof this course …. this is the ‘social justice’ course (okay, that’s not the title, but it might as well be), in both of her papers she’s had peer graded so far, one of the peer graders marked her with a low grade simply b/c they did not like her opinion – and they even stated that they didn’t like her opinion so they lowered her grade. the first time she still had a high 80, so percentage wise it didn’t alter her grade much. she decided to let it ride to choose her battles. but a day later she got a notice that her prof had changed the grade. second week, same thing.

    so, either this prof has noticed a history in this course of stupid students and has some kind of ethical standard that says papers should be graded on whether or not they meet the requirements of the paper … or the prof doesn’t agree with the idiots and is teaching the class for a paycheck. or whatever.

    anyway … it’s shocking to me that there is a college prof out there that is actually not allowing peers to grade papers based on whether or not they agree with the opinion of the writer.

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  7. Ame says:

    for those who might not know … that fb meme is a take from a bible verse:

    “And if it seems evil to you to serve the LORD, choose for yourselves this day whom you will serve, whether the gods which your fathers served that were on the other side of the River, or the gods of the Amorites, in whose land you dwell. But as for me and my house, we will serve the LORD.” Joshua 24:15

    and, of course, the people using it claim to be christians.

    i sooo want to comment … but i am not. exhibiting extreme self control. will not call them out on their blasphemy b/c it will do absolutely no good. will not create a fight where there need not be one. will not do it. will not give ggl more reason to track me … or people reason to hunt me down (we do have a few guns down here in texas).

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  8. The governor didn’t outlaw masks, so all the idiots can now be spotted without having to look twice.

    I wouldn’t give anybody hard time about it, I just be sure to cross the street if’n I see ’em coming my way. Like if they was wearing a Biden t-shirt or something like.

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  9. Ame says:

    LOL!

    How’re you doing, KH? You in any of that flooding up there?

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  10. Farm Boy says:

    Would Kathleen Kennedy choose time wear a mask?
    Would Rose Tico?
    Would Rey?

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  11. okrahead says:

    KH @ 12:50
    I must disagree…. strenuously. The mandate is lifted yet still they wear Fauci’s Fascist Face Diaper? Point and laugh. Ask them about their face diapers. Do they use Depends brand face diapers? Remind them that the whole world faced Xi TB just so they would have to cover their faces from public viewing and thank them for continuing to do so. Point and laugh, point and laugh.

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  12. Not ’round my area, thankfully.

    Doing tolerable well. Could be better, glad it’s not worse.

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  13. My days working the BH wards have left me with no desire to interact with those people especially when I ain’t getting paid to do so.

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  14. Ame says:

    Very glad to hear that.

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  15. SFC Ton says:

    Ain’t seen a star wars movie since those stupid looking camel things

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  16. horsemanbombadil says:

    Typical for Canada in early march. So cold even the cat won’t turn over.

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  17. Farm Boy says:

    Candace Owens
    @RealCandaceO

    About 10 of my friends who attended Trump’s speech but DID NOT go to Capitol building thereafter have had the FBI turn up at their door to ask them why they went to D.C

    This is criminal intimidation. Our FBI is trying to scare conservatives against ever gathering in the future.

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  18. Farm Boy says:

    A Mississippi judge ruled in favor of a new election following overwhelming evidence of mail-in ballot fraud.

    https://thenationalpulse.com/breaking/mi-election-do-over-due-to-ballot-fraud/

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  19. Farm Boy says:

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  20. Farm Boy says:

    Guardian Promotes ‘Global Lockdown’ Every Two Years To Combat Climate Change

    https://summit.news/2021/03/04/guardian-promotes-global-lockdown-every-two-years-to-combat-climate-change/

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  21. Farm Boy says:

    We don’t know why police officers let protestors in. They may have done so in defiance of orders. They may have been directed to. We’ve seen footage of the red-hatted protestor screaming at a group of riot-gear-clad officers to repel others forcing their way in: “This is the Capitol! Stop them!” They do nothing. Why? We don’t know that, either. Dozens of Capitol police are suspended and being investigated. Chief Steven Sund resigned almost immediately, but maintains his department “did not fail.”

    We don’t know why the Capitol wasn’t better-defended. We know Sund begged House officials prior to January 6th for reinforcements, including National Guard. President Trump wanted to deploy 10,000 National Guard troops. All were turned down, reportedly because of “optics.” Additional law enforcement was deployed during BLM unrest last summer. We saw photos of them lining the Capitol steps, well-equipped. We’re told the disparity was motivated by racism. That claim is preposterous.

    We don’t know how many agents provocateur were in the crowd. AP’s are sent by the opposition to encourage rash and illegal action during a “false flag” event. It’s a very old tactic, often employed effectively by Communists.

    We do know at least three such agents were present. One, unidentified, wears a black helmet with a Trump sticker. In the video, he breaks a window with a staff. He’s wrestled down with shouts of “He’s Antifa!” Two others were John Sullivan, “Jayden X,” a left-wing activist who urged the crowd forward, exhorting them to “burn it down,” and Jade Sacker, accompanying Sullivan and filming. Both appeared on CNN under misleading premises. They were paid an extraordinary $35,000 for the film by two network news sites.

    We’ve seen additional video from Sullivan’s phone. He congratulates Sacker: “We did it!” and “Is that the greatest film you’ve ever shot?” She’s concerned when she realizes their exchange is being recorded.

    FBI Director Christopher Wray denies Antifa involvement. This comes as no surprise; Wray believes Antifa is only an “idea,” though Sullivan, an Antifa agent, is charged. Were there more such? We don’t know. The presence of agents provocateur doesn’t excuse criminal behavior. It does reveal there’s much more to know.

    Perhaps most of all, I’d like to know why a police officer dealing with unrest could fire a fatal shot at an unarmed woman without consequence. I’d also like to know the officer’s identity. On any other occasion, we would. Police officers tell me that’s often done before they’ve finished the paperwork.

    https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2021/03/what_we_know_and_dont_know_about_the_events_of_january_6th.html

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  22. Cheque d'Out says:

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  23. Farm Boy says:

    Google made clear Wednesday that after it finished phasing out third-party cookies over the next year or so, it won’t introduce other forms of identifiers to track individuals as they browse across the web.

    https://www.axios.com/google-goodbye-individual-user-tracking-cookies-946c7549-e8a7-44fd-96d0-9e4994b9bba1.html

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  24. Does the granuiad still print on actual paper, made from carbon-sequestering trees? Maybe they should only be allowed to put out an issue (physical or digital) every two years?

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  25. The US had retaliatory tariffs on UK goods? Why for?

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  26. Farm Boy says:

    America has mostly avoided similar debacles because the Founding Fathers included an Elections Clause in the Constitution specifying that the rules for federal elections (president and Congress) “shall be prescribed in each State by the Legislature thereof.” Unfortunately, that constitutional provision was trampled last year in many states. Time magazine recently revealed “the secret history of the 2020 election” – “a well-funded cabal of powerful people… working together behind the scenes to… change rules and laws” to “fortify” democracy. Democratic Party officials and election commission officials appointed by Democrats scorned state law to rewrite the rules for the 2020 election in several swing states.

    A brief filed with the Supreme Court in December by the state of Texas noted, “Michigan’s Secretary of State, Jocelyn Benson, without legislative approval, unilaterally abrogated Michigan election statutes related to absentee ballot applications” by sending “unsolicited absentee-voter ballot applications by mail to all 7.7 million registered Michigan voters… without verifying voter signatures as required” by state law. The impact was compounded when Democratic officials in the state’s most populous county (including Detroit) “made the policy decision to ignore Michigan’s statutory signature verification requirements for absentee ballots.” Elsewhere, the Wisconsin Elections Commission approved setting up to 500 unmanned ballot drop boxes in major Democratic cities in violation of Wisconsin law.
    Politically-appointed judges effectively overturned state law by mandating new election procedures in several states. In Pennsylvania, the state Supreme Court invoked a vaporous phrase in the state constitution – “Elections shall be free and equal” – to justify invalidating a state law that prohibited counting mail-in ballots that arrived after Election Day; the judges even mandated including late ballots arriving with no postmark. A similar provision was struck down on January 27 by a Virginia circuit court overturning the Virginia Board of Elections’ decree permitting counting mail-in ballots that arrived three days after the election without a postmark.

    Elsewhere in the report, SIGAR notes the difficulty of building a viable democracy when elected officials formally receive a license to steal. After noting the hefty bribes that politicians pay to election officials, SIGAR explains: “One reason candidates may be willing to pay such high prices for seats in parliament is to protect ill-gotten fortunes…. By becoming members of parliament, they can gain access to new sources of illicit revenue and immunity from prosecution.” That parliament is the last place on earth to seek a constituency for honest elections.

    https://www.counterpunch.org/2021/03/02/the-aghanization-of-american-democracy/

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  27. Farm Boy says:

    Some have questioned the maturity of our youth. I don’t.

    A sixteen-year-old in 2019 possesses a wisdom and a maturity that comes from 2019 challenges, hardships, and threats. Rep Ayanna Pressley (D-MA)

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  28. Cheque d'Out says:

    “The US had retaliatory tariffs on UK goods? Why for?”
    I haven’t checked but I arsume that they were a hangover from EU days. Just another instance of the UK’s interests being shat upon in the interests of some tiny interest group in the EU. It’s a regular thing in trade negotiations involving the EU, some petty bunch decides to hold the deal to ransom until they get a sweetener.

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  29. Voting is over.

    When the local parents tried to kill another school board tax increase, they got the measure on the ballot. Then a judge ruled that there weren’t enough signatures on the petition to get it on the ballot and not to tally those votes, which is not his fucking job. That’s the election commission’s job, which they did correctly.

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  30. Liz says:

    The US had retaliatory tariffs on UK goods? Why for?

    I don’t know anything about the other things, but for Airbus and Boeing it’s not UK specific. Europe subsidizes Airbus bigly. We also subsidize Boeing but not as much. I don’t think any of this is going to change, but when those cost/gains Airbus discussions come up it is pertinent.

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  31. Cheque d'Out says:

    So, in the same vein, the UK signed the final deal with the EU before the end of last year. The eu regime signed off at the same time. Now we (the UK) have had to agree to the eu parliament (stop laughing) having an extension to the deadline for them to sign off.

    The eu has already hinted at offering a ‘reset’ in the relationshit with the UK. An attempt to secure their current position and push to improve upon it by going into another round of never-ending negotiations.

    However

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  32. Cheque d'Out says:

    Oh yeah, BloJo has put Frosty ‘the no man’ in charge of further eu relationship dealings. The eu was muchly upset as they said that they needed us to send a simp if things were to ‘improve’.

    They’re still fucking insane.

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  33. Cheque d'Out says:

    A retiree from our Supreme Court. Lord Sumption Capitulates On Vaccine Passports

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  34. Liz says:

    The governor didn’t outlaw masks, so all the idiots can now be spotted without having to look twice.

    But fresh air unfiltered by masks made in China is a veblen good.
    How dare the masses believe they are entitled to it!

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  35. Cheque d'Out says:

    Must admit that I enjoyed this film too. Great action and fight choreography.

    I fast forwarded through the bit where the guy (who had lost a son previously) bonded with the kid that he was protecting. You could see it coming from a mile off and I didn’t need to see it. I was okay with it happening. Kind of like in Mercury Rising, which is another great film.

    [Like the boobs I do]

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  36. Done in pencil.

    I kinda hate talented people…

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  37. Cheque d'Out says:

    A comment fro another place

    Interesting conversation with a very frightened delivery driver. It seems that they’re ‘dropping like flies’ in the local store. He didn’t quite say, but implied a couple had died.
    A store which, for over a year, had no serious impact from the pandemic. At the beginning, they sent the older workers home for a couple of weeks, but they returned. Only now are they becoming infected. The only ‘new’ development that I can see is the rollout of the ‘injection’. I meant to ask had they been injected but missed the opportunity. Judging by his comments, this is ‘the’ pandemic writ large with no possible association with any other potential ’cause’. If this is common, we are lost. People have lost the ability to think for themselves…

    The early signs of Pathogenic Priming / Antibody Dependent Enhancement? Vaxx + virus means the big prizes are on offer? Or virus + another strain of the virus?

    What do they expect to happen when people start putting two and two together?

    I’ve seen other stories of pensioner homes making it through the lock down pretty well and then having a string of deaths soon after the people have been jabbed.

    My invite to a stabbing was not at my local practice, it was to be at a temporary location a few miles away. I wonder whether they’re trying to avoid any blow back from being the ones to end locals. Now or in a few years.

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  38. Cheque d'Out says:

    There may be trouble ahead

    Response- My Boyfriend Found Out I was An Escort And Told My Daddy!

    “I only had sex for money twice”!
    How many times for a piece of jewellery? A visit to an expensive restaurant? Nice dress?

    So a man walks into a bar, and sits down. He starts a conversation with an old guy next to him. The old guy has obviously had a few. He says to the man:

    “You see that dock out there? Built it myself, hand crafted each piece, and it’s the best dock in town! But do they call me “McGregor the dock builder”? No! And you see that bridge over there? I built that, took me two months, through rain, sleet and scoarching weather, but do they call me “McGregor the bridge builder”? No! And you see that pier over there, I built that, best pier in the county! But do they call me “McGregor the pier builder”? No!”

    The old guy looks around, and makes sure that nobody is listening, and leans to the man, and he says:

    “but you fuck one sheep…”

    My Sister Called Me A Mysoginist So I exposed Her OnlyFans! (to their family)

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  39. Why would I want to talk to people (EU) whose only goal is to screw me over? Fuck off. You want to give me stuff I want? Fine, give me stuff I want. Otherwise, fuck off.

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  40. Cheque d'Out says:

    You said it Bruv. I’m with you.

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  41. https://www.ktvu.com/news/thousands-at-oakland-coliseum-received-wrong-vaccine-dosage-medical-staff-say

    OAKLAND, Calif. – Thousands of people who visited the mass vaccination site at the Oakland Coliseum received the wrong vaccine dosages this week, raising questions about the effectiveness of the medication, according to two medical workers who contacted KTVU.

    People who received too little of the Pfizer doses received their vaccines on Monday before 2 p.m. But at that point, the issue was identified and was stopped by that evening, according to the EMTs, who asked to remain anonymous in order to keep their jobs, and which was confirmed by state officials. That is the only day and time period in question

    Maybe too little is a good thing.

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  42. Cheque d'Out says:

    There was research done on the Oxford/Astra-Zenica vaxx where they gave a half dose then a full dose later. Early results suggested that the eventual coverage was higher than using two normal doses.
    Instead they’ve gone for two full doses but with an extended gap between them so as to get more people jabbed once rather than some people jabbed twice.
    Don’t know the reasoning for that but can allow that they’ve got more information than me. At least I hope so.

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  43. Cheque d'Out says:

    My Girlfriend Wants To ‘Make Up’ After Her Daughter Falsely Accused Me!

    Go for it bro! No way that she makes the same ‘mistake’ again.

    Although saying no and splitting up is also dangerous. What if mummy decides to make trouble because she feelz sad? Or daughter gets angry when mummy blames her for the break up and does it again?

    Probably best never to have got involved with a single mother in the first place.

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  44. Cheque d'Out says:

    My girlfriend broke up with me for being too “un-American”
    I saw it coming from a kilometre away

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  45. Cheque d'Out says:

    Not seen this one before; The 1930s When Harry Met Sally – MGTOW

    #trigger warning; Deals with the *whispers* female ‘heh-herm’

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  46. The woman really expected him to allow the child who could have put him in “rape-you-in-the-ass” prison for 10+ years as a child molester back in his house?

    The woman can’t see how awful this has been for the man, but can only see how it affects her?

    I’m thinking there must be a word for that.

    At least he got rid of them. Thank Crom.

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  47. Cheque d'Out says:

    Anyone remember Lay-low Moron? She ran to be leadeer of the illiberal undemocratic party in the uk

    Self proclaimed proud pansexual.

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  48. Cheque d'Out says:

    “The woman can’t see how awful this has been for the man, but can only see how it affects her?”

    This is why we can’t have a civilisation. You need civilised people to have a civilisation. Self-obsessed sociopaths ruin everything.

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  49. Cheque d'Out says:

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  50. Liz says:

    You need civilised people to have a civilisation. Self-obsessed sociopaths ruin everything.

    Yes, this is why we can’t have nice things.
    (Also why the government has been able to outsource oppression to a civilian army of scolds, busybodies, and garbage humans…there are so many of them)

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  51. Cheque d'Out says:

    Is Penis Moron still playing the cunt?

    Does the pope shit in the woods?

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  52. Liz says:

    Side note: Got Mom’s EEG finally, with no explanation (I’ve attempted to contact neurology with no luck so far). She has encephalopathy, “generalized, not focal” as far as I can ascertain (with no background in neurology) this means she has probably had CTE (chronic traumatic encephalopathy) for a while. This due to innumerable past falls, hitting her head on tile.
    The TBI (traumatic brain injury) just capped it off.
    Protect your craniums, boys and girls. Head trauma is bad.
    L

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  53. Cheque d'Out says:

    Relax matey! If you’d have voted for Trump, they’d have just invented two extra fake votes for Joe.

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  54. Liz says:

    If those Syrians were attempting to illegally immigrate it would all be different.
    They were bombed because they wanted to stay in Syria.

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  55. Cheque d'Out says:

    Over ten years of an alleged tory government. Over ten years of easy words and inaction

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  56. Cheque d'Out says:

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  57. Cheque d'Out says:

    Frosty kicks off

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  58. Mr. Generic says:

    “Exit Question — With Kathleen Kennedy seemingly deliberately destroying the Star Wars franchise, is she concerned about her legacy?”

    Destroying the franchise *IS* her legacy. That was the whole point. SJWs always destroy.

    Why has she not been fired if she is costing her company billions? She’s still there because she’s doing exactly what her bosses want. Communists always seek to destroy the culture and heroes (even fictional ones) of white Christian males. If you can remember what Luke Skywalker meant to young boys in the 80s and 90s you can understand why the script was written as it was.

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  59. SFC Ton says:

    Who is that Liz Truss bitch and why is she pretending to have something important to say

    [Liz Truss better than most she would be.
    Not saying much this is]

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  60. Sadly, this is how “science” works these days.

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  61. Cheque d'Out says:

    Liz Truss is the one that’s signing all the UK’s new trade deals. So she’s getting all the glory for giving the EU’s dreams of beggaring us the British two fingered salute.

    Many are, I imagine, just agreements to continue pretty much the same trade deal for the UK as we had via the eu. Perhaps, with some countries, she’s done better deals…IDK. But the stream of trade agreements have been very useful in getting rejoiner mongs to STFU.

    So she’s an icon for some but really (probably) just the head of the department that’s just doing its job with lots of countries that know that the EU is a bunch of cunts. And are just agreeing that the existing agreements can continue until better ones (for both sides) can be agreed.

    Obviously, being an egg-layer, she’s being pushed by some to be the next Prime Minister. Because? Because cucks are going to cuck.

    Apart from Anne Widdecombe (Thatcher type good ‘un), I will not vote for any woman or diversity candidate. I require that my politician has the same interests as us normal white straight males. Which means that most white ‘men’ are out too.

    If (insert minority here, or ‘woman’) demands that she/they can’t be represented by anyone except one of her/their type…then I demand the same.

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  62. Farm Boy says:

    So has Trump been inaugurated today, or has the democrats fleeing town just been the usual theater?

    [The gaslighting continues it does]

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  63. “Blacks can’t be racists.”

    See, no point talking to them.

    Any Asian businesses that would really be hurt if blacks stopped supporting them? Any Korean grocery stores left?

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  64. https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2021/03/03/wh-cuts-feed-joe-biden-asks-questions/

    I’m happy to take questions if that’s what I’m supposed to do, Nance, whatever you want me to do,” an uncertain Biden said.

    Biden was speaking with members of the House Democrat caucus, including House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

    The president appeared to look off-camera for direction before his image was replaced with a graphic of the White House. His final comment was deleted from the video of the event posted to the White House YouTube page.

    Breitbart News reported Biden has not held a solo press conference in the 42 days he has been president, breaking a 100-year record.

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  65. Cheque d'Out says:

    Depends what ‘support’ means, I guess. Stop robbing them? Stop buying $500 bottles of champagne?

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  66. Ame says:

    Wow, Liz, that explains a lot. So tragic 😥

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  67. Cheque d'Out says:

    Classy? Is that a realistic option for these two? Going on Orpa seems to indicate not.

    [Wonder if their business model work long term It will I do]

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  68. Cheque d'Out says:

    Kiwis have just had two 7+ Earthquakes in the last 7 hours or so.
    Fingers crossed

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  69. Cheque d'Out says:

    [Called Ton a Yankee he did]

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  70. Ame says:

    Oh, no!

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  71. Cill says:

    Anyone in nz, there have been 3 earthquakes near the Kermadecs, the latest Magnitude 8.0 and a sunami warning. Look at the civil defence website asap and keep it open on your phone.
    https://www.civildefence.govt.nz/

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  72. professorGBFMtm2021 says:

    I&JIMMY HART
    Still cruising in a fast car, from JACKS after leaving SPRINGFEILD!!Southern born,southern bred &when we die, we’ll be southern dead!Just good ole’boys, like us right guys?WE’RE JUST GOOD OLE’BOYS!
    P.S.Where is kennedy or biden going to be buried?

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  73. Ame says:

    Thinking of y’all, Cill. I know your family is thankful they have you watching out for them.

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  74. Cheque d'Out says:

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  75. Farm Boy says:

    · This is something the FBI set up under their guidance, their political people, going to be a false flag.· This had gone out two years almost before the election.· And it was a sovereign citizen group.

    · Obama did not want any terrorism unless it was white terrorism, so this is a sovereign citizen group that the FBI had infiltrated and armed and instigated against other targets.· They were for the most part pro-America, but they were racist in some of their origins.

    They were — a lot of them were divorced fathers with a grudge against the court system anyway, and the FBI people had infiltrated and exploited this.

    They moved them up to the level of assassinating federal judges, political people, things like that.·

    https://populist.press/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/FULL-Transcript-of-Whistleblower-Interview.pdf

    [Interesting read this is]

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  76. Farm Boy says:

    It would seem that Larry likes Trump

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  77. Liz says:

    CANCEL CULTURE FAIL: Dr. Seuss Dominates Amazon Charts

    Until Amazon cancels them.
    (they just banned Clarence Thomas)

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  78. Farm Boy says:

    Notary Arrested, Charged With Voter Fraud In Connection With Aberdeen Alderman Election

    https://www.wcbi.com/notary-arrested-charged-voter-fraud-connection-aberdeen-alderman-election/

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  79. Farm Boy says:

    When it comes to equality, for the political left, it’s just a talking point, and basically, that’s it. According to recent studies, when it comes to how people are treated, conservatives are more likely to treat people equally.

    You read that correctly.

    https://pjmedia.com/news-and-politics/matt-margolis/2021/03/04/recent-studies-destroy-myth-that-liberals-treat-people-more-equally-than-conservatives-n1429962

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  80. Farm Boy says:

    When public policies have produced disastrous results and when alternative policies have resulted in immediate, seemingly miraculous improvement, why would anyone want to go back to the earlier policies? Is there any reason to suppose that this time will be different?

    Not that I can see. The earlier policies, a pullback from active policing and certain punishment and open-handed welfare system providing incomes for single mothers were put in place in the 1960s, within living memory for some of us.

    https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/opinion/columnists/is-there-any-reason-to-think-this-time-will-be-different

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  81. Farm Boy says:

    According to pollster Jim McLaughlin, with every move congressional Democrats and President Biden take to dismantle the former president’s legacy, Trump becomes more popular.

    https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/washington-secrets/top-pollster-trumps-agenda-more-popular-than-ever

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  82. SFC Ton says:

    That Brit @ 438 got in touch with his inner Ton

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  83. Farm Boy says:

    Gaslighting

    And Here We Go: Now There Is “Intelligence” That the Coup That Didn’t Happen Today Will Instead Happen on March 20th, Or Maybe April 15th, Or… Maybe a Randomly Selected Day Every Month Until The End of Time

    http://ace.mu.nu/archives/393042.php

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  84. Cheque d'Out says:

    Multiple tsunami warnings were issued by Civil Defence this morning after a 8.1 magnitude quake near the Kermadec Islands.

    But in its latest advisory, Civil Defence said GNS Science had advised that the largest waves have now passed

    “Therefore the threat level is now downgraded to a Beach and Marine threat for all areas which were previously under Land and Marine threat.

    “All people who evacuated can now return.”

    The advice remains, for all areas under Beach and Marine threat, to stay off beach and shore areas.
    https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/437677/live-multiple-tsunami-warnings-issued-after-third-quake

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  85. horsemanbombadil says:

    Respect

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  86. Cill says:

    Unless there’s another quake, the Tsunami threat is over for now.

    Gotta laugh at my fellow males sometimes. There were surfers out on their boards waiting for the tsunami to arrive. I spoke to some and it was pretty clear they hoped to ride a massive wall of water like a hero in the movies.

    [Moe doing OK he is?]

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  87. Cill says:

    Surfers, of whom I am one, are often a couple of fingers short of a grip.

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  88. Farm Boy says:

    When you were dumb and the street was an open brook
    You used to say piss and let fly
    (You know you did, you know you did, you know you did)
    But the city by the bay in which we live in
    Makes you vomit and cry
    Say poop and let lie
    (Poop and let lie)
    Poop and let lie
    (Poop and let lie)
    What does it matter to you?
    When you got a job to do
    You got to discharge it well
    You got to make the neighborhood smell
    You used to say poop and let lie
    (You know you did, you know you did, you know you did)
    But in this odorous city in which we live in
    Makes you throw up and cry
    Say piss and let fly
    (Piss and let fly)
    Piss and let fly
    (Piss and let fly)

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  89. Cill says:

    Moe is definitely a couple of fingers short of a grip.

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  90. Farm Boy says:

    In America, class warfare is often disguised as culture war, and culture war is often cloaked by talk of race. But underneath it all, the class warfare is still there. Whether accidentally or intentionally, America’s upper classes seem to wind up harming the working class and small businesses, always in the name of some high-minded cause.

    https://nypost.com/2021/03/04/americas-elites-are-waging-class-war-on-workers-and-small-biz/

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  91. Farm Boy says:

    Naturally, the film goes out of its way to punish the franchise for embracing Zamunda’s male-dominated society. Akeem’s oldest daughter wants to claim the family throne, not a son her father barely knows. And, of course, each of the three daughters can take down a man twice their size in combat.

    https://www.hollywoodintoto.com/coming-2-america-review/

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  92. Farm Boy says:

    Show biz

    Rep. Al Green (D-Texas) is sending a message to QAnon and right-wing extremist threats by sitting on the Capitol steps on Thursday, the date authorities warned militia groups were potentially planning another breach of the building.

    “I want to make a statement to let people know, those who would threaten those of us who cherish this freedom that we have here that we refuse to allow those threats to negate our freedom,” he told The Hill.

    https://thehill.com/homenews/house/541670-house-democrat-sits-on-capitol-steps-to-protest-extremist-threat

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  93. Farm Boy says:

    Tucker: ‘Troops Will Never Leave DC; They’re There To Prop Up The Regime’

    Phantom threats including “QAnon Inauguration Day” are being used to continue an occupation around the centre of government

    https://summit.news/2021/03/05/tucker-troops-will-never-leave-dc-theyre-there-to-prop-up-the-regime/

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  95. Farm Boy says:

    Abbott to Biden: ‘Neanderthal-Type’ Thinking Is You Releasing COVID-Positive Migrants in Texas

    Biden said: “The last thing we need is the Neanderthal thinking.”

    https://legalinsurrection.com/2021/03/abbott-to-biden-neanderthal-type-thinking-if-you-releasing-covid-positive-migrants-in-texas/

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  96. Cheque d'Out says:

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  97. Cheque d'Out says:

    New world record in Smug?

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  98. Cheque d'Out says:

    Awkward

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  99. Liz says:

    You live in a tax farm as free range humans

    Takes a clever person to come up with something like that.
    Truth indeed.

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  100. Farm Boy says:

    “I think we have a great deal to thank China for, about the way that it handled the outbreak,” Horton said in the interview.

    Horton, who is British, also criticized U.S. politicians for “being so openly critical” of China and the World Health Organization.

    https://dailycaller.com/2021/03/04/lancet-richard-horton-china-propaganda-coronavirus/

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  101. Farm Boy says:

    The Wall Street Journal revealed that Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s top advisors told state health officials to alter the report on the nursing home deaths caused by COVID-1

    https://legalinsurrection.com/2021/03/report-cuomos-top-advisors-changed-covid-19-report-on-nursing-home-death/

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  102. Farm Boy says:

    YouTube memory-holed all copies of Trump’s CPAC speech so there’s no funny business like thinking for yourself

    https://notthebee.com/article/youtube-memory-holed-all-copies-of-trumps-cpac-speech-so-you-wont-get-any-ideas-of-free-thought

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  103. Farm Boy says:

    On Thursday, the Denver County district court granted Phillips a partial victory, striking down one of the legal claims the transgender lawyer, Autumn Scardina, brought against him. Yet the court refused to drop Scardina’s other claim in the lawsuit, leading to protracted litigation, once again.

    https://pjmedia.com/news-and-politics/tyler-o-neil/2021/03/05/christian-baker-jack-phillips-is-still-fighting-for-his-free-speech-in-court-n1430237

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  104. horsemanbombadil says:

    Everything you didn’t want to know about goose monogamy, chicken harems and how ducks …well duck.

    And the story of how chicken Shekera got a chastity belt to avoid the horny rooster General Washington.

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  105. RichardP says:

    Re. FB’s link about the christian baker:

    We need to return to teaching the basics in school about civics and the U.S.and State governments.

    The First Amendment guarantees no one’s right to free speech. It DOES say that CONGRESS shall make no laws prohibiting … That leaves a wide range of entities the freedom to enact whatever laws they please regarding speech, and they do just that. Corporations, Homeowner Associations, churches, etc. all have restrictions on what folks can say as members of those groups. That is not unconstitutional.

    The U.S. Constitution does not guarantee anyone the right to conduct business anywhere they please. Cities and municipalities have the freedom to restrict businesses as they please. Hence, the business license required by cities and municipalities. You may not open a business and run it any way you please. If the citiy or municipality is going to grant your request to run a business in their territory, they reserve the right to tell you how to run it. It has always been this way. It just is being made more obvious now because the the less than 5 percenters are forcing the issue by seeking out christian-owned busnesses and ignoring the secular-owned business right next door. Thus, this is really not a freedom of speech issue. It is a freedom from harrassment issue – which is a whole nother animal. It is way past time for folks to point this out and create state and city laws that guarantee freedom from harrassment, particularly freedom from harrassment by the less than 5 percenters.

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  106. Farm Boy says:

    Study Finds Book Burners Always Stop With Just A Few Fringe Books, So There’s Nothing To Worry About

    https://babylonbee.com/news/study-finds-book-burners-always-stop-with-just-a-few-fringe-books-so-theres-nothing-to-worry-about

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  107. Cheque d'Out says:

    So, how illuminating has the investigation into an attempt to convict the previous snp leader (salmond) using a conspiracy of Me Too accusations alleged to be known about by the current leader (sturgeon – in the video giving ‘evidence’) been?

    One of the things that must be really handy for a woman politician is not having any sense of shame about dodgy political dealings and being able to label anyone pointing that out a misogynist

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  108. RichardP says:

    Re. Every single bear we see is a he bear or a she.

    If we should follow the science on Covid 19, we should probably also follow the science on bears. Intersex bears have been identified in the wild. In keeping with the definition of hermaphroditism, such intersex bears have the sex organs of both male and female bears. Since they do have both sets of sex organs, they would be neither he nor she – but s/he.

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  109. Farm Boy says:

    A coordinated criminal conspiracy’: NY Gov. Cuomo’s aides pushed health officials to rewrite review into nursing homes to cover-up true death toll, new reports claim
    Cuomo’s aides altered a July report from state health officials, the WSJ reported

    They wanted changes in recording COVID deaths of nursing home residents

    Nursing home residents who died in hospital were recorded as hospital deaths

    The maneuver reduced the overall figure for deaths inside nursing homes

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9328755/Cuomo-aides-rewrote-report-state-health-officials-hide-true-COVID-death-toll-nursing-homes.html

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  110. Liz says:

    Cities and municipalities have the freedom to restrict businesses as they please.

    So, no Jewish businesses?
    I see no discernible difference between forbidding practicing Jews to own a business and practicing Christians to own one.

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  111. Liz says:

    Okay, Jews and Muslims, you can own a business in this town…but you must sell pig products.

    [Like bacon I do]

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  112. Cill says:

    Cities and municipalities have the freedom to restrict businesses as they please.

    In America, isn’t local government elected? If elected, surely they were not given the mandate to do as they please in any aspect of government. Hell I’m no expert on American constitutional law, but I would’ve thought no local government is beyond the law or the constitution.

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  113. Cheque d'Out says:

    [Wonder if Bigfoot anywhere to be found he is I do]

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  114. Cill says:

    Dunno if they’re Finnish, but there are camouflaged people in all of ’em.

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  115. Larry G says:

    well timed. Just got back from the range dialing in my .308 and testing out a new .45 revolver…happy camper on both

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  116. @Cill

    You would think so, but …

    https://ij.org/frequently-asked-questions-about-ending-qualified-immunity/

    “Qualified immunity” is a special protection for government workers that the Supreme Court created in 1982 as an act of judicial policymaking. The case, Harlow v. Fitzgerald, did not even involve police. It was brought by a whistleblower who wanted to sue Nixon White House aides for punishing him because he spoke out against a Pentagon weapons program. In Harlow, the Supreme Court made all government workers immune from constitutional liability by default.

    Under qualified immunity, government workers can only be held accountable for violating someone’s rights if a court has previously ruled that it was “clearly established” those precise actions were unconstitutional. If no such decision exists—or it exists, but just in another jurisdiction—the official is immune, even if the official intentionally, maliciously, or unreasonably violated the law or Constitution.

    A.K.A., “The beatings will continue until morale improves.”

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  117. Oops, left this off:

    To show that a right is clearly established, a victim must identify an earlier decision by the Supreme Court or a federal appeals court in the same jurisdiction holding that precisely the same conduct under the same circumstances is illegal or unconstitutional. If no decision exists, qualified immunity protects the official by default. For example, the Fifth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals recently held that a prison guard who pepper sprayed an inmate in his locked cell “for no reason” did not violate a clearly-established right because similar cited cases involved law enforcement officials who had hit and tased inmates for no reason, rather than pepper spraying them for no reason.

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  118. Cheque d'Out says:

    Outfits were pretty bad back in the day

    But I bet that mental health was better. They look happier too.

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  119. Cill says:

    Thanks for that, KH. This indicates that govt workers can’t be held liable for violating someone’s constitutional rights unless there is case-law precedent. But I wonder if it also protects the violation itself, such as persistent religious discrimination?

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  120. Cheque d'Out says:

    Another tough to pull off look

    Takes me right back. Love that album

    Modern music is just so fucking bland, repetitive computer generated dreck hung around a catch.

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  121. Cill says:

    The pepper spray case does seem to answer that question. Hell’s bells I find it hard to believe. Apart from cases where there is a direct precedent government can do what it likes. My next question, which I don’t like to ask, is what use is the constituton? I must be missing something here.

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  122. Cheque d'Out says:

    Covid vaccine side-effects up to three times more common in those who have had virus
    King’s College research finds people with prior infection far more likely to report effects, particularly if they have had Pfizer jab
    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2021/03/05/covid-vaccine-side-effects-three-times-common-have-had-virus/

    A warning of things to come with subsequent strains? Just how good an idea is a vaxx with potential for PP/ADE?

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  123. canyougivemetheskinnyonthebogusbarmitzvah says:

    Hello everyone I’m just commenting to acknowledge that I do still frequent and read all the post entries here. I don’t view the WordPress on my online account but I do as just a visitor. Maybe I should start to log in. I’m still pretty new to WordPress. Leaving this here as I did not want to be rude and also I didn’t realise till today my contribution to the blog space was added. I wanted to drop a comment and let you know I’m still here. I would have commented on the last few posts but I didn’t feel I had anything to add that was not already said. One last thing I really like these exit questions you all leave at the end of the entry (Farm Boy’s) post on “That Feeling” was a nice one to contemplate. I hope everyone is safe and keeping well.

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  124. Cheque d'Out says:

    End days

    Or at least I hope so

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  125. Cheque d'Out says:

    Everyone loves BloJo and his green bollocks

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  126. SFC Ton says:

    Rep. Al Green (D-Texas) is sending a message to QAnon and right-wing extremist threats by sitting on the Capitol steps on Thursday, the date authorities warned militia groups were potentially planning another breach of the building.
    ……….

    LOL

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  128. Cheque d'Out says:

    Smirk

    [Good joke this is]

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  129. RichardP says:

    I suppose it wasn’t obvious, so thanks for the heads up. My point had to do specifically with how far the restrictions in the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution reach. That was the restriction in view in my comments. And, in that context, my comments are correct (it says only that Congress shall enact no laws …). There are other sources of restrictions on businesses and speech etc. in State and Local laws as well as Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and other legislation. Since I wasn’t discussing those, I didn’t think I needed to mention them. But obviously I did need to.

    Liz, I’ve been reading your reports on the goings-on with your mother. There will be special stars in your crown for your labors on her behalf. That is a special kind of pain when the person you know changes into someone you don’t know, but is still in the same body. We can’t take the pain away, but we listen with empathetic / sympathetic ears.

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  130. Farm Boy says:

    Australian reporters working for ABC Tasmania were angered when they were advised by top brass to stop using the word “pedophile” to refer to an accused serial child molester because it could discourage other pedophiles from seeking help.

    “Oh, won’t someone think of the poor pedophiles!”

    https://summit.news/2021/03/05/australian-reporters-angered-by-request-to-stop-using-the-word-pedophile-to-describe-accused-serial-child-molester/

    [BBC rot spread down under it has]

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  131. RichardP says:

    I came back to the radio a few minutes ago, different station, same point being hammered on. It must be a Republican talking point for the day or the week.

    Some political person from Washington State was railing against the democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives who have been calling for the Amazons and Facebooks and Googles to delete things that are contrary to the message that the democrats are pushing. The political person was declaiming that this behavior by the democrats is unconstitutional because the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution guarantees our freedom of speech.

    And thus, my point. No it does not guarantee our freedom of speech. It only says that Congress cannot write laws that would restrict it. If says nothing about whether Congressfolks can jawbone big business, maybe even threatening them, to bend them to their will. Passing legislation against free speech (which is what the First Amendment prohibits) and jawboning big business to get with the program and deplatform folks who say the wrong thing (which the First Amendment does not prohibit) are two different activities. One is prohibited by the First Amendment. The other is not. One would think that politicians would know their civics lessons. Either they really don’t. Or they do, but they are intentionally misleading the public for their own political purposes. Neither of those alternatives is attractive.

    Couple this truth with what KH posted upthread about suing Federal employees. Add in the fact that the U.S. Supremes didn’t think it necessary to force the National Election to comply with U.S. Consitutional requirements, and Cill’s question looms large. It is the same question I posed several threads ago – the thing that has been bothering me since the election was allowed to stand: of what use is the Constitution, if even the Supremes are going to refuse to let it force our behavior to the standard that it sets?

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  132. I think I like Planet Earth a little better than then Girls on Film, but they’re both very good 80’s pop.

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  133. Farm Boy says:

    The issue is that the big tech companies are so big and beholden to the government that they will do the government’s bidding. Government can do things like create barriers to entry for the tech’s competitors, while the the techs stifle critics of the Democrats/deep state.

    Implicit agreement. Nothing in writing

    Government/media complex

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  135. Farm Boy says:

    A rock is a main character

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  136. Farm Boy says:

    “When you’re a liberal, the world is a very scary place, but there is one fear that rises above all other fears in the liberal mind: The fear of “the other.” Like all primitive cultures, modern liberalism is tribal,” he said. “Liberals understand most of the American continent as a mysterious dark space, like a medieval map populated by drooling Trump voters and violent illiterates with extra chromosomes.

    “Liberals despise people like this, of course, and on some level, they know they’re hated right back,” he continued. “They worry that someday there will be a backlash against the people in charge, which, of course, is them. That’s their biggest fear, a peasant revolt.”

    https://townhall.com/tipsheet/leahbarkoukis/2021/03/05/tucker-carlson-zeroes-in-on-the-lefts-biggest-fear-n2585761

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