Young Men — On The Job

As mentioned before on this blog, young fellas just don’t know lots of stuff. Often when they are new on the job, they often have episodes of what were you thinking. This is normal, especially for labor/craftsman type jobs. That is, jobs at constructions sites, machine shops, etc.

After which, some older experienced fella yells at the young man. Often there was an aspect of danger in the screw up. Or there were the issues of time (often the other workers time) or money lost. As for the yelling, it is expected that the younger fella will take it like a man and do better next time. It might be that there is a team mentality, and one does not want anybody letting down the team. At the very least, men are expected to perform, to get things done. It has always been that way.

Will it still be true in our brave new world?

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95 comments on “Young Men — On The Job
  1. Farm Boy says:

    How many young men have experience in classic labor jobs?

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  2. professorGBFMtm2021 says:

    I remember working on the nightshift with some commodores after lionel could’nt slow down or stop being on the phone laborly, repeating hello for four minutes or so straight to an unheard wimman,is that anything like a classic labor job?I liked his dancing on the ceiling job much better anyway!Even rodney dangerfeild did,which was the only danger for lionel then!
    My first job was in laboring in cut throat,high-pressure sales,where I amazed managers of stores&customers alike by just being myself!But you guys already knew that!

    [Ever get a response Lionel did?]

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  3. horsemanbombadil says:

    Rpg posted an article that a cyber attacvk shut down the colonial pipeline putting half the east coast fuel in jeopardy.

    You have a much bigger threat.

    Michigan govenor has ordered Canada to close Enbridge 5 pipeline by Thursday as it is an environmental threat as it crosses under the Great Lakes. The line brings oil and gas from Alberta to Ontario and Quebec but crosses over a small part of Michigan.

    Too bad it carries 50% of the natural gas used for heating in Michigan.

    There are rumors that Enbridge is so pissed they will trigger their contingency plan to ship their products totally within Canada by rail and shut off the pipeline as ordered. PM Trudeauis also dragging his feet challenging it as it makes him look good with the greenies.

    Hope Michigan, NY, PN all store up on wood before winter because there won’t be heating oil or natural gas this winter.

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  4. horsemanbombadil says:

    Oh and lumber prices??

    Remember the huge tariffs y’all put on Canadian lumber two years ago??

    Well they worked. Our mills have shifted to domestic supply.

    P.s. all the lithium y’all need for your green new deal batteries? Canada is the 6th biggest reserves after secure places like Congo and Sierra Leone.

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  5. horsemanbombadil says:

    Cill and the other sailors, would this be practical. As a grunt I have no idea but it looks cool.

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  6. Gunner Q says:

    “Too bad it carries 50% of the natural gas used for heating in Michigan.”

    Governor Gretch the Witch is one of the most hateful, spiteful and cruel politicians in America. Even California’s Gruesome Newsom is merely corrupt and perverted, not openly murderous.

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  7. Jack says:

    Your Yahoo email isn’t receiving messages.
    I added some drafts to be posted at Spawny’s Space.
    If you would, please space them out in between other posts so that they don’t appear in succession.

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  8. Cheque d'Out says:

    Jack, in my experience there’s not a lot of email checking around here. Cill and I don’t check at all AFAICS.

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  9. Cheque d'Out says:

    Vaccine failures that don’t end with you in hospital are no longer to be counted

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  10. Ame says:

    Happy Mother’s Day to all the wonderful Mamas out here, including your Moms/Mums and wives … Liz, Bloom, Stephanie, Molly, M 🙂 🙂 🙂

    [“Birthing Parent Day” it would be]

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  11. Ame says:

    statistics are all skewed … they only show the data they’re asked to show. gotta know the question to know if the answers are valid.

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  12. Maniac says:

    First a shortage of tanker truck drivers, now the pipeline hacking.

    Oh well, I didn’t really want to make my usual summer trip to Marconi Beach anyway.


  13. Farm Boy says:

    Wave of Violent Crimes Against Asian Americans Does Not Fit Media, Democrat Narrative

    Beyond the race of the perps, these attacks happened in Democrat-run cities that talk about wanting to end white supremacy but who don’t seem to want to discuss the elephant in the room about how these attacks are oftentimes committed by people who obviously were not white.



    How many Americans have died after taking the Covid vaccine? According to official data, between late December of 2020, and last month, a total of 3,362 people apparently died after getting the COVID vaccines in the United States. That’s an average of 30 people every day.

    The death toll was reported by American journalist Tucker Carlson citing data from the federal Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System database, or VAERS.

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  15. Cheque d'Out says:

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  16. Farm Boy says:

    Three freshman at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst have suffered a huge punishment from the college for allegedly violating the university’s virus restrictions policy, according to CBS affiliate WBZ.

    The three girls were at an outdoor party off-campus when they took a picture without masks on. The picture was then posted by someone on social media. The picture was subsequently sent to the school administration. The girls were suspended from school and forced to take remote learning for the rest of the semester.

    But on top of that, then their remote learning was cut off and they weren’t allowed to take their finals, which meant the whole semester was a waste. They would have to do it over again. They wouldn’t get the money they spent on tuition back, allegedly $16,000 for the semester. Plus, they have to reapply next semester, and they’ve missed housing registration.

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  17. Why China will win…

    [Because biggest supply of Soylent Green they have they will?]


  18. Farm Boy says:

    Columbus Day Reinstated After Experts Learn Indigenous Peoples He Conquered Only Believed In Two Genders

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  19. Farm Boy says:

    In another module, called “What Can I Do About Racism?,” Disney tells employees that they should reject “equality,” with a focus on “equal treatment and access to opportunities,” and instead strive for “equity,” with a focus on “the equality of outcome.” The training also includes a series of lessons on “implicit biases,” “microaggressions,” and “becoming an antiracist.” The company tells employees that they must “reflect” on America’s “racist infrastructure” and “think carefully about whether or not your wealth, income, treatment by the criminal justice system, employment, access to housing, health care, political power, and education might be different if you were of a different race.”


  20. Farm Boy says:

    For the Glorious Patriarch

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  21. Cill says:

    Yesterday, although overseas kin were absent, was still a big occasion for the NZ members of the clan.

    I spent Mothers Day with my great grandmother and all her surviving NZ offspring including my grandmother, and all her NZ offspring including my mother and all her offspring and their offspring including mine their mother. (That does all actually make sense, although it might not look like it on first reading.)

    Even my godmother was there. She and her husband, my godfather, are no blood relation of mine, but they are very close friends of my parents. They also happen to be my woman’s parents.

    Mothers Day went well.

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  22. Cheque d'Out says:

    Unusual but potentially useful information


  23. Cill says:

    P.S. if you want to have Mothers Day with your great grand children, have your children in your late teens/early twenties. And then they and their children do the same.

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  24. Gunner Q says:

    “Vaccine failures that don’t end with you in hospital are no longer to be counted”

    For the full story:

    Incoming CDC Coverup Of Post-Vaxx Cases

    Liked by 1 person

  25. Farm Boy says:

    States asked the federal government this week to withhold staggering amounts of COVID-19 vaccine amid plummeting demand for the shots, contributing to a growing U.S. stockpile of doses.

    Liked by 1 person

  26. Ame says:

    [“Birthing Parent Day” it would be]

    Yoda … what i have to say about all that is not fit to be published 😉

    hence, i will ignore it and celebrate Mothers Day 🙂

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  27. Ame says:

    ahhhhh!!!!! isn’t that sweet! (in a picture!!!)

    Liked by 2 people

  28. Disney tells employees that they should reject “equality,” with a focus on “equal treatment and access to opportunities,” and instead strive for “equity,” with a focus on “the equality of outcome.”

    Disney CEO Bob Iger got paid $48 million in 2019. So Disney will now pay all employees $48 million/year?

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  29. RichardP says:

    When the C-19 thing first hit the U.S., I posted links to several medical / scientific journals that provided bits and pieces of information about research into weaponizing certain coronavirus variants. They also documented the fact that C-19 has already mutuated into two main lines, and several sub-branches before it even got to the U.S.

    The document linked to below pulls all of those disparate pieces of information together in one document, plus useful links. It is a relatively quick read that I think many would find useful.

    From this link: Weaponizing C-19 virus

    I’ve rearranged the order of the following sentences from that link, to make their point more obvious:

    … in 2014, the Obama administration temporarily suspended federal funding for gain-of-function research on bat coronaviruses. Four months prior to that decision, the NIH effectively shifted this research to the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) via a grant to nonprofit group EcoHealth Alliance, headed by Peter Daszak. … [As we noted in March], the US National Institutes of Health (NIH) – headed by Dr. Anthony Fauci, “had funded a number of projects that involved WIV scientists, including much of the Wuhan lab’s work with bat coronaviruses.”

    In 2017, Fauci’s agency resumed funding a controversial grant to genetically modify bat coronaviruses in Wuhan, China without the approval of a government oversight body, … The NIH’s first $666,442 installment of EcoHealth’s $3.7 million grant was paid in June 2014, with similar annual payments through May 2019 under the “Understanding The Risk Of Bat Coronavirus Emergence” project.

    Almost from the beginning, I have thought that the higher-ups knew things about the C-19 situation that they did not want the general public to know – and so kept the general public off balance by constantly changing their definition of terms and advice about what worked and then didn’t work (masks, etc.). But, mostly, they worked to hide from the general public the horror that had been unleashed (which they helped fund the development of) and the fact that they did not know if it could be contained or not. In particular, I have believe that this was true of Dr. Fauci almost from the beginning – based on what I was reading the the scientific / medical journals.

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  30. RichardP says:

    From the link given above:

    … In a 263-page document, written by People’s Liberation Army scientists and senior Chinese public health officials and obtained by the US State Department during its investigation into the origins of COVID-19, PLA scientists note how a sudden surge of patients requiring hospitalization during a bioweapon attack “could cause the enemy’s medical system to collapse,”

    Knowing this, and knowing that folks higher up in the U.S. knew this about China, one could speculate that the extreme push to not overhwelm the U.S. Healthcare system could have sprung at least in part from not knowing if China has actually started hostilities against the U.S. – military hostilities that would not become apparent until after the U.S. Healthcare system had been overwhelmed with dying patients.

    It has been stated many times, in many different ways, that the U.S. reponse to C-19 did not make sense to the general public. But, based on the contents of the article linked to in my previous post, it made sense to those knowing what they had helped create – who could not be certain whether China was in the process of exploiting that in the way that the linked article explains.

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  31. Farm Boy says:

    Writing in The American Conservative, Capital Research Center’s Hayden Ludwig reports the results of his in-depth examination of the $400 million in activities of Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg’s Center for Technology and Civic Life (CTCL) during the 2020 presidential campaign and found a distinct pattern:

    “Our conclusion is that across the board, the CTCL’s grants favored the biggest, most vote-rich Democratic counties, which helped turn out the most left-leaning voters in U.S. history—and secure Joe Biden as the country’s 46th president. Far from ‘nonpartisan,’ CTCL’s oceans of money made it easier for fraudsters to cheat and the Democrats to win in 2020.”


  32. Richard P, look up “Operation Lockstep” and see how that “scnerio” could dovetail with that. 😳

    Also, from the article linked off the one you posted:
    From the article:

    “ From early on, public and media perceptions were shaped in favor of the natural emergence scenario by strong statements from two scientific groups. These statements were not at first examined as critically as they should have been.

    “We stand together to strongly condemn conspiracy theories suggesting that COVID-19 does not have a natural origin,” a group of virologists and others wrote in the Lancet on February 19, 2020, when it was really far too soon for anyone to be sure what had happened. Scientists “overwhelmingly conclude that this coronavirus originated in wildlife,” they said, with a stirring rallying call for readers to stand with Chinese colleagues on the frontline of fighting the disease.

    Contrary to the letter writers’ assertion, the idea that the virus might have escaped from a lab invoked accident, not conspiracy. It surely needed to be explored, not rejected out of hand. A defining mark of good scientists is that they go to great pains to distinguish between what they know and what they don’t know. By this criterion, the signatories of the Lancet letter were behaving as poor scientists: They were assuring the public of facts they could not know for sure were true.

    It later turned out that the Lancet letter had been organized and drafted by Peter Daszak, president of the EcoHealth Alliance of New York. Daszak’s organization funded coronavirus research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology. If the SARS2 virus had indeed escaped from research he funded, Daszak would be potentially culpable. This acute conflict of interest was not declared to the Lancet’s readers. To the contrary, the letter concluded, “We declare no competing interests.”

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  33. Farm Boy says:

    Texas and Arizona have passed several proposals that will tighten election requirements; Georgia Governor Brian Kemp signed a massive election reform bill in March that enraged Democrats across the country including Joe Biden.

    Which is why Democrats, the media, and NeverTrumpers like Liz Cheney must keep the “Big Lie” taunt alive. The cowardice of congressional Republicans notwithstanding, political leadership at the state level and rank-and-file Republicans are working to ensure a redo of the 2020 election doesn’t happen again—most would rather be considered liars than craven bystanders while the country burns.


  34. Farm Boy says:

    Speaking to pollster Richard Baris during an episode of “Inside the Numbers,” lawyer Robert Barnes said historically, the Census tends to “pin on the nose” the recorded vote numbers with the actual results. In other words, often the two data sets reasonably match.

    Barnes is right. For example, the bureau was nearly spot-on in 2008, slightly under-reporting that 131,100,000 voted, while the official results showed 131,300,000 ballots cast.

    Of course, sometimes the Census has missed the mark. But for decades, in almost every case where the Census grossly botched the results, it was because the bureau over-recorded the number of those who voted.


  35. Farm Boy says:

    Treasure trove of good stuff

    Under Wisconsin law, “each municipal clerk has charge and supervision of elections and registration in the municipality.” This is unambiguous. It is unequivocal. Yet in five of Wisconsin’s largest cities, it didn’t happen.


  36. Farm Boy says:

    Wokeness. Starts slow, gets better


  37. Ame says:

    i think y’all know me well enough i can share this here … how my deepest desires from the time i was little were to be a wife and a mommy … how i worked for ten years to forgive my mom before i became a mom so that i wouldn’t pass down the ick from her … and then caring for and protecting my girls from all the stuff they’ve been thru in their lives.

    holidays are simple here, but my girls gave me cards today … and here’s what the cards said:

    from Aspie-Girl (who is still doing AMAZING with my sister!!!):

    “Mom, No one has to tell me how lucky I am to be your daughter, because I’ve known for a long time. When I think back over the years and remember everything you’ve done for me, I realize that you’re not only a wonderful mom, but you’re someone I really admire. You’ve taught me so much about life and love and giving, and those are lessons I’ll never forget. I probably haven’t told you often enough how much you mean to me, but don’t think that I don’t appreciate and love you, because I do … with all my heart. Happy Mother’s Day”

    and two from Oldest:

    “Thanks for being there, Mom. I’ve had hard times, but I’ve never been alone. I’ve had disappointments, but I’ve never been without an example to follow – someone who went before me and made her way in the world with courage and strength. I’ve never been without love. And, Mom, you’ll never be without iteither. That’s how it is between a mother and a daughter. That’s how it is between us. Happy Mother’s Day.”

    “Thank you, Mom, for all the ways your love has lifted me and shaped my life. From my earliest days, you’ve been there for me … teaching, guiding, loving, believing in my dreams, and listening to my worries. You know and understand me better than anyone else. Because of you, I’ve felt loved my whole life through. And I couldn’t be more grateful. Happy Mother’s Day”

    [Re-educated in terms of birthing parent day (BPD) they have not]

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  38. b g says:


    Congratulations, you have clearly raised them well. We had to use a facebook chat for my Mom because our side of the family are scattered across three provinces and two territories. She is 93 and needs to live in an assisted home. but her wits still works. We sent her a family bouquet and little individual gifts, I sent her some Lindt mint chocolate bars and a bottle of spiced rum which she always kind of expects, but also a disc of the 1989 Canadian football final which teared her up.

    There were no games last year and probably none this year. She and her cronies always watched their team, they wear their hats and tunics, and have a rum and coke…and maybe another if it looks like they are going to win. She says they’ll be watching the disc tomorrow and she already knows the whole bunch will enjoy two rum and cokes ;-D

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  39. Farm Boy says:

    More for the Patriarch

    Liked by 2 people

  40. Ame says:

    Ahhh, BG, thank you 💖

    And I LOVE that story about your Mom 💖

    Liked by 2 people

  41. Maniac says:

    Dick Cheney should take Liz hunting.

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  42. Farm Boy says:









    [All spoke English with British accent they did ]


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  43. Farm Boy says:

    Honoring Birthing Parents


  44. Cheque d'Out says:

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  45. Cheque d'Out says:

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  46. Farm Boy says:

    Anthony Fauci told NBC’s Chuck Todd that it’s “possible” mask mandates could continue indefinitely in order to reduce seasonal flu infections.

    Liked by 1 person

  47. Farm Boy says:

    Climate Of Fear? Colleagues Silent On CDC Retaliation Against ‘Superstar’ Scientist Who Tried To Prevent Vaccine ‘Pause’ Disaster

    This climate of secrecy, retaliation, and intimidation is not a good look for a supposedly apolitical agency many Americans suspect is scientifically compromised.


  48. Farm Boy says:

    “It was odd this burglar’s mouth was always open when seen on surveillance video,” the department wrote. “When he was caught breaking into another home we discovered why.”

    The tweet included images of the suspect wearing a mask as well as a photo of the mask.

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  49. Farm Boy says:

    If you have been keeping an eye on the election audit taking place right now in Maricopa County, Arizona, then you also know that Democrats, news propagandists, and “concerned” NeverTrump Republicans are beginning to sound more and more like trapped rats squeaking in fear. An army of lawyers — many of the same political operatives who manipulated the November election by contravening existing election laws and flooding battleground states with uncontrolled and unverified mail-in ballots — are begging state and federal courts to stop the audit midcourse and petitioning Arizona’s Democrat secretary of state and Merrick Garland’s Department of Justice to intervene under the absurd pretense that ensuring election integrity somehow deprives voters of their civil rights.

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  50. Cheque d'Out says:

    Well…this escalates quickly

    For once, I’m sure that lessons were learned

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  51. That quote was so interesting that I subscribed to his newsletter.

    [Subscribed to it hundreds of years ago I did]

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  52. Red Pill Apostle says:

    CdO – That soccer game video …. When it became apparent that security was just a little mob ruling over one guy, the big mom rule came out. There is no respect for law anymore because too much of the law is a joke. The west is doomed. To address this, I’ll continue to invest in commodities …. copper, lead and brass

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  53. “I stand for that no longer.”

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  54. Cheque d'Out says:

    Apostle, I nearly didn’t watch the video. What a mistake that would have been*

    *absolutely no hint to others here, intended. Nuh uh.

    Liked by 1 person

  55. Cheque d'Out says:

    Mandelslime was Bliar’s eminence grise. Pretty cool trick, to be an even bigger evil POS than sociopath Bliar. But he was.

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  56. Cheque d'Out says:

    Emmerdale is a very long running rural based soap opera. Has long been woke but…

    Liked by 1 person

  57. Cheque d'Out says:

    I can’t help thinking that Alex Belfield would be better if he turned down the camp and the fucking innuendo all the way down to 11.

    Liked by 1 person

  58. Cheque d'Out says:

    You’re never going to Adam’n’Eve it but apparently, according to these women, High Value Women are…Them

    Just what were the odds?

    (Adam’n’Eve is rhyming slang for Believe)

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  59. Cheque d'Out says:

    In a stunning turn about in events, these wimminz describe very much the opposite of what men, especially ‘high value men’, want.

    I know, right! Who saw that coming?

    Liked by 1 person

  60. Farm Boy says:

    University: Charles Darwin a ‘racist’ because theory of evolution ‘justifies white male superiority’

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  61. Farm Boy says:

    There is an elite subclass of women who follow Phase 1 of the Feminist Life Script (i.e. riding the carousel through college and their early careers), and then are able to enter into Phase 2 of the Script (i.e. achieve marriage in their late 20’s or early 30s). Women in this subclass have the following traits going for them (ADIEU).

    Attractiveness / Looks
    Intelligence / Smarts

    If a woman has this “success mix” bag of tricks, then she can get away with a LOT in her 20s, and stick the landing in her late 20s/early 30s with a “fine” husband.

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  62. Farm Boy says:

    We must insist that these companies begin providing–for free–any and all services and products to ALL POCs immediately. We must demand that no nonwhite person ever has to spend a penny on any Disney product, service, venue. Every POC must be welcomed at Disney hotels, where they eat and drink for free, and at Disney parks and venues, where they enjoy everything for free.

    The same goes for Coke: all Coke products must be free to all POC all the time. Coke must ship their products (at their own expense of course) to every household with even one POC in residence. This must be done immediately. If the POC enjoy the product, they can sign-up for weekly or monthly deliveries of free Coke products. If a POC wants a Coke product immediately or doesn’t have a residence or can’t figure out to fill out the reorder form, they can go to their local store, and get whatever Coke product in whatever amount they want. The store will send the bill to Coke, who must pay it in full and in a timely manner.

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  63. Cill says:

    Cill and the other sailors, would this be practical. As a grunt I have no idea but it looks cool.

    Sorry horseman, I can’t help you much there. I’ve never used one. I should check them out.

    It’s a good stunt in good weather conditions. The range will be small I think, unless there’s been a breakthrough in energy density of the fuel.

    I can’t see much use for them out on the ocean. When I have to investigate something I use the drone. They’d be useful to and from shore if you can walk down the street in them (wouldn’t want to trust them to the natives) but what’s the payload. Can lug your provisions back to the boat?.

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  64. Cheque d'Out says:

    Clever Pooch.

    Liked by 4 people

  65. horsemanbombadil says:

    Mike looking for a job??

    Aren’t non citizens executing combat missions for a soveriegn country known as MERCENARIES??

    Liked by 1 person

  66. Farm Boy says:

    Actually, no. For example, non-citizens can join the US Armed Forces.

    Liked by 1 person

  67. Farm Boy says:

    Biden Proposes $2 Trillion Bill To Study What’s Causing Inflation Rates To Rise

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  68. horsemanbombadil says:

    Why MGTOW??

    Mic drop

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  69. Farm Boy says:







  70. Farm Boy says:

    As it happens, virologists at the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China were doing exactly these kinds of experiments. The program was headed by Dr. Zheng-li Shi, known as Bat Lady in China because of her intense interest in bat viruses. Dr. Shi had gathered many coronaviruses, the type to which SARS2 belongs, from caves in Yunnan in southern China. Her research focused on the spike proteins which stud the surface of the virus and latch on to its target cells.

    The exact nature of the spike proteins determines which kind of animal species the virus can infect. Shi was taking spike protein genes from different viruses, inserting them into a series of virus backbones, and trying to find the combination that would best attack humans.

    Not only was she generating dangerous viruses, she was doing so in arguably unsafe conditions. There are many Internet photos of Shi working in a bubble suit in the highest-level safety lab, known as a BSL4. But these labs are a pain to work in, and all her coronavirus work, she has said, was done at lower safety levels, including one known as BSL2.
    But despite the fancy acronym, BSL2 doesn�t require very much. You have to wear a lab coat and gloves, put up a biohazard warning, and that’s about it.

    “It is clear that some or all of this work was being performed using a biosafety standard — biosafety level 2, the biosafety level of a standard US dentist’s office — that would pose an unacceptably high risk of infection of laboratory staff upon contact with a virus having the transmission properties of SARS-CoV-2,” says Ebright.

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  71. Farm Boy says:

    Patrisse Cullors, the co-founder and executive director of Black Lives Matter’s national arm, has funneled business to a company led by a man she identified as the father of her only child, a Daily Caller News Foundation review of business records, interviews and social media posts found.
    The company, Trap Heals, was formed just days before partnering with Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation and later became the charity’s “lead developer of the art & cultural efforts,” according to business records, interviews and an archived version of Trap Heals’ website. Two other activist groups Cullors led paid Trap Heals a collective $238,000 to produce an election night livestream and for consulting services, campaign finance records show.

    In numerous public mentions of their work, Cullors and Trap Heals chief Damon Turner did not disclose that they had a child together. But in at least one instance, Turner said Cullors was directly involved in Trap Heals’ partnership with BLM Global Network.

    The executive director of the watchdog group CharityWatch, Laurie Styron, told the DCNF that a nonprofit leader shouldn’t be involved in hiring a vendor if they have a personal relationship.

    After it was revealed that Cullors had spent millions on four luxe houses, Cullors claimed she hadn’t received any money from BLM in salary.

    But that’s a con. Grifter organizations avoid having the “charity” pay them large amounts of money.

    Instead, they have the organization pay money to “vendors” for “services” supposedly rendered. And the “vendors” being so paid just happen to be owned by the ringleaders of the “charity.”


  72. Farm Boy says:

    Behind his image as a straight-laced tech mogul, Bill Gates was notorious for throwing naked pool parties with strippers and being a “womanizer” — even after meeting future wife Melinda


  73. Farm Boy says:

    “Entertainer” Bette Middler has called for KILLING children who have not had COVID shots.


  74. Liz says:

    The absolute proof the covid vaccination is about money and not public safety:
    Folks who have had the virus are still required to get the vaccine (if it is in a state, and job field that requires it). For example, university students that go to schools in Colorado.
    I am going to fight this (starting here:

    The same section of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act that authorizes the FDA to grant emergency use authorization also requires the secretary of Health and Human Services to “ensure that individuals to whom the product is administered are informed … of the option to accept or refuse administration of the product.”

    Likewise, the FDA’s guidance on emergency use authorization of medical products requires the FDA to “ensure that recipients are informed to the extent practicable given the applicable circumstances … That they have the option to accept or refuse the EUA product …”

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  75. Liz says:

    That’s interesting about the Canadian RAF.
    We had a really bad pilot shortage also, but covid fixed that.
    Airlines furloughed pilots, those guys went back to the reserves and so forth, so they had the best pilot retention rate in 55 years, when 12 months prior they’d expected to have the worst retention rate in 55 years.
    Now the airlines are packed, those companies that furloughed the pilots are in trouble…
    SWA never did (they did offer paid time off, and now they’re asking those folks to come back).
    This CEO is smart.
    He isn’t Herb Keller, but he’s really smart.

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