Young Men — You Will Work


It has always been true that men were expected to work. They were expendable, they had to be useful. Furthermore, there was the peer pressure of the other men of the tribe.

In terms of the expected to work part, not much has changed in today’s world. In times’s past, work could improve a man’s position with respect to the single women. This is still somewhat true, but not like it used to be. Destroying the Evil Patriarchy did that in. Work also used to be a means to garner respect within the community. That is still a bit true, but it has faded also.

If you are a man, nobody is too eager to support you financially. So work it is. But why work? Other than to support yourself and pay taxes, society doesn’t really have that much to say. So much of it is up to you. What will you do?

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170 comments on “Young Men — You Will Work
  1. Farm Boy says:

    Incentives matter

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  2. Johnny Rotten says:

    Do you want your own house, a dog, a garage for your tools and convertible pickemup truck? Do you want to spurn all the middle aged divorcees in your hood who cashed out with a free house, who chat you up. I know every 25 YO tradesman works under his dad and makes six figures. Lo & behold, they all own house(s) and have a live-in babette. More importantly, the dog.

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  3. professorGBFMtm2021 says:

    I will geter done as usual FB!!!One of my first jobs before correspondence school was being a chimney sweeper for a scientist working on a secret formula that has kept me&my old mate mr stan laurel forever young like rod stewart&laura branigan!

    See how we use to do it in the ’30’s as He-men!?
    It reminds me of this song too!

    Our old friend david collard-julian ‘0 dea reminded me about this today!
    As we shared our fave DAL’stories as both of us were vacationing at the same resort!!

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  4. “Women now have choices. They can be married, not married, have a job, not have a job, be married with children, unmarried with children. Men have the same choice we’ve always had: work, or prison.”

    – TIm Allen

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  5. professorGBFMtm2021 says:

    Much more on work.but the mother in law kind!!!

    Heres some aussies telling us how it is down under!!

    [Learned about vegimite and chunder I did]

    Heres the way I’ve felt this whole vacation!!!

    What will happen tommorrow,right!?

    [Chunder you will?]

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  6. Sumo says:

    Well, shitballs – it looks like that ammo shortage you southern barbarians have been having for a year has finally reached Canuckistan.

    Been searching my usual stores’ websites for the past week or so, and everyone is out of bulk ammo. Just a box of 50 here or there, and not even a lot of those. Used to be that I could pick up a brick of 500 9mm for around $125 – $140 USD (ammo is always more expensive up here).

    Went to the range today, and on a whim I stopped in at the retail counter on the way out to check if they had anything.

    They did have the bricks (Winchester white box), and after taxes it ran me $215 USD. Bloody fucking hell.

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  7. Cheque d'Out says:

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  8. Cheque d'Out says:

    All very well but why use dangerous experimental gene therapies as prophylactics when we already have safe ones…?

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  9. Cheque d'Out says:

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  11. Cheque d'Out says:

    I’m absolutely certain, Comrade, that these alleged ‘calls’ are from normal people and not faked up astroturfing of ground level support by bots and activists

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  12. Cheque d'Out says:

    We’ve got a serious race to the bottom going on in the Free World (stop laughing at the back)

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  13. Cheque d'Out says:

    No sociopath/nutter ever went broke selling hope to desperate fools

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  14. Cheque d'Out says:

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  15. Cheque d'Out says:

    More reliable than the MSM and less harmful if believed

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  16. Blue Velvet everywhere all the time? AAAUUUUUUGH!

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  17. Cheque d'Out says:

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  18. “Her energies! Her insecure energies!!!”

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  19. Cheque d'Out says:


    I don’t happen to agree with the sentiment but do find it funny.
    Max von Strap-On and Louise Hamilton

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  20. Cheque d'Out says:

    (my sympathies lay more with Louise FTR)

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  21. Cheque d'Out says:

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  22. Cheque d'Out says:


    The perils of a Super-Straight majority in society, I suppose.

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  23. It’s not hatred, it’s disgust. A natural and not learned visceral reaction.

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  24. Liz says:

    This graph is what’s unnerving ministers. Vaccine rates plateau at lower rates depending on age – so how to hit herd immunity?

    What would be really interesting to know is what the influenza curve would look like (vaxed versus unvaxed) as well. I remember a medical study a few years back that indicated no improvement between flu vaccinations versus no vaccinations for healthcare workers overall. If you look at the chart (prior to covid) influenza cases aren’t decreasing as a result of those yearly mass vaccination campaigns. I did read a study from 2014 that indicated up to 80 percent of the infected could be low symptomatic carriers.
    And the more vectors viruses have to mutate, the more chance the virus has to mutate.
    I’ve been saying this over the years, that it might be possible the flu vaccines are providing a medium for mutation via creating less symptomatic carriers.
    And have been reliably called a loony by everyone who has some reflexive reaction to call anyone who asks questions about anything with the word “vaccine” in it a loony.
    So it stands to reason the covid “vaccine”, whatever it’s other shortcomings, might be creating less symptomatic carriers. It has never been in the corporation’s interest to conduct such studies.

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  25. Liz says:

    I haven’t read any of the other posts yet, but per “work”, the going rate for a handyman up here is 60 dollars and hour. Which is about twice what I made as an RN most of the time, back in the day. I try to remember this as I paint the fence.
    Lumber is apparently up about 400 percent (Mike knows a guy whose father owns a lumber factory in Oregon).

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  26. Cheque d'Out says:

    Reasonable point, I think

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  27. Cheque d'Out says:

    Is that his first attempt to create a defence under law?

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  28. professorGBFMtm2021 says:

    Does anybody remember when sesame street went to work?
    https://healthland.time.com/2012/12/10/d-is-for-divorce-sesame-street-tackles-another-touchy-topic/
    Somebody said this pearl of wisdom elsewhere!!! ”lozozlzloz

    i’m not sure why anyone is surprized?

    the abolitoon abolitionz of the families is a plank of the communist manifesto, alongside the establihment of a central bank.

    and so the central bank naturally funds the bernnakifiatcion of women and the destruction of the family and religion lzozozo
    the funny thing is how very few christians speak out against
    communism
    the central bank
    the ebernakifiaction of their women!

    instead preading the gospel of “game”or (feel goodness!)

    that is because it takes courage to speak truth to power”

    Notes:This has slightly been updated!
    I had a one-sided (Their side!) unforseen falling out with a supposed ”brother” yesterday!Where all of a sudden I was not welcomed&they would’nt give me an explanation like I thought a brother would!So heres this song to remind them I’m still their ”brother” as they excommunicated me with no explanation!Hence why I like my fellow spawnite southerners best!!

    This is partly why I’m going to be commenting less over the next few months elsewhere!

    [Live in the Southern part of Degoba I do]

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  29. Cheque d'Out says:

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  30. Cheque d'Out says:

    ‘This is partly why I’m going to be commenting less over the next few months elsewhere!’

    I’m parsing this as commenting here more…a few articles might be nice. Just going to check to make sure that you’ve already been invited

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  31. Cheque d'Out says:

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  32. Cheque d'Out says:

    BTW any email with the tutanota domain is not monitored. It was supposed to be a secure email company but they buckled to state pressure to give them a back door. I have gamil for that shit, I don’t need tutanota too.

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  33. Farm Boy says:

    A black market for fake COVID vaccine passes has emerged in France, where the government is trying to make them a mandatory condition of entry for venues like bars, restaurants and cafes

    https://summit.news/2021/07/20/paris-clinics-offering-fake-covid-passes-for-250-as-black-market-surges/

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  34. Farm Boy says:

    The communist Chinese government is once again refusing to cooperate with the World Health Organisation on investigating the origin of the COVID-19 pandemic

    https://summit.news/2021/07/20/china-not-cooperating-with-who-on-wuhan-investigation-again-says-fort-detrick-should-be-focus/

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  35. Farm Boy says:

    U.S. Officials Claim China Hacked Microsoft Exchange

    China responds by threatening US and allies with retaliation, which was preceded by an earlier threat to nuke Japan.

    https://legalinsurrection.com/2021/07/u-s-officials-claim-china-hacked-microsoft-exchange/

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  36. Farm Boy says:

    The poll found that 63.6 percent of those surveyed were either “not confident at all” or “not very confident” in the former U.S. senator from California. Among those, 58.6 percent gave her the poll’s lowest possible ranking.

    https://www.westernjournal.com/americans-express-strong-lack-confidence-kamala-harris-new-poll/

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  37. Farm Boy says:

    Planned Parenthood Relieved After Learning Biden’s ‘They’re Killing People’ Statement Was Just Referring To Facebook

    https://babylonbee.com/news/planned-parenthood-relieved-that-biden-wasnt-addressing-them-saying-theyre-literally-killing-people

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  38. Cheque d'Out says:

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  39. RichardP says:

    @Liz said: it stands to reason the covid “vaccine”, whatever it’s other shortcomings, might be creating less symptomatic carriers.

    The conversation that I have been hearing for months in the health and science communities goes something like this: The C19 vaccines are only somewhere between 50% – 90% effective. So, for some, they will not prevent the C19 disease at all. But – even if one catches C19 after being fully vaccinated, the disease will be less severe and the C19 vaccine will dramatically reduce or prevent entirely the need for hospitalization.

    Assuming that there is evidence that those words are true, doesn’t that conversation speak to the idea that it is expected that the C19 vaccines will result in less symptomatic carriers?

    And regarding the flu vaccine: I assume you know that the vaccine makers must start the process months before the first flu strain appears. The vaccine makers must guess at what the most likely strains will be in the upcoming flue season, and build a vaccine defense against those. There have been some years recently where the vaccine did not contain any defense against the strains that actually appeared. So I can imagine that the “effectiveness” charts will be all over the place regarding who got the flu in spite of being vaccinated.

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  40. RichardP says:

    A data point:

    I have a friend and his wife, a cousin and his wife, and a brother – all whom have been vigrorously proclaiming on-line and in real life that C19 is a hoax.

    All five of them were recently (6-8 weeks ago) infected with C19. All but my brother were hospitalized. Two would have died without the expertise and machines that the hospital folks had.

    On-line postings and real-life conversations are now strangely devoid of the hoax narrative.

    There is a reason that walk a mile in my shoes has become a cliche. Folks who speak about an experience, without having had said experience, cannot know whereof they speak. They can guess. They can speculate. But they cannot know. The difference between content knowledge (book learning) and process knowledge (learning from doing).

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  41. Cheque d'Out says:

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  42. RichardP says:

    Re Liz’s comment I quoted above:

    From here:
    https://www.axios.com/white-house-pelosi-covid-positive-41dd58f1-f4a3-4111-a6ae-492810f79703.html

    A White House official and a staff member for House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) have both tested positive for COVID-19 after attending the same reception last week, officials confirmed to Axios.

    Why it matters: While both individuals are vaccinated and mildly symptomatic, they illustrate how Americans inoculated against the coronavirus can still contract and, potentially, unknowingly transmit the virus — even at the highest levels of the nation’s government.

    “We know that there will be breakthrough cases, but as this instance shows, cases in vaccinated individuals are typically mild,” a White House official told

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  43. Ame says:

    I’ve heard that lumber is up 400%, too, Liz.

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  44. Cheque d'Out says:

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  45. Cheque d'Out says:

    Turble nooze

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  46. Cheque d'Out says:

    Aluminium oxide is really rather inert. Any aluminium exposed to air creates a surface layer of its oxide. Get the metal burning though…it burns real good. See above.

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  47. Cheque d'Out says:

    Please ignore the misspelling in the comment above. The tweeter clearly knew no better. Just can’t get the staff.

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  48. China experiencing an explosion of break-through cases?

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  49. https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/white-house-hasnt-disclosed-past-breakthrough-covid-19-cases/ar-AAMmSZ5?ocid=BingNews


    The White House has not disclosed past breakthrough cases of COVID-19 among fully vaccinated staff members, although none of the cases have occurred among commissioned officers, White House press secretary Jen Psaki confirmed during Tuesday’s press briefing.

    Psaki confirmed to CBS News senior White House and political correspondent Ed O’Keefe that there have been other breakthrough cases in the White House that were not previously disclosed. She emphasized that the Biden team has committed to disclosing positive tests of commissioned officers, and told CBS News Radio White House correspondent Steven Portnoy that none of the breakthrough cases were among commissioned officers.

    The Ginger Binger won’t actually say how many breakthrough cases there are or how serious those cases are. She makes the rules, she doesn’t have to follow them.

    Psaki’s comments came after a White House official confirmed Tuesday that a fully vaccinated White House official tested positive for the virus off campus, although the White House Medical Unit determined the individual had no close contacts among White House principals and staff.

    A WH official who has no close contacts with Puddinghead or other decison-makers?

    Psaki declined to say how many breakthrough cases have occurred among unvaccinated individuals, and it is unclear whether the cases before Monday’s case have been symptomatic or asymptomatic.

    Don’t you have to be vaccinated first and then contract the virus to be considered a breakthrough case?

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  50. professorGBFMtm2021 says:

    I ran into a old friend of ours from a long time ago on saturday mornings working at a dude ranch That was on my latest
    Iteranery!!!

    Remewmber how timer the cheese guy always had a ”hankering for a hunk of cheese”!?

    [Reminds me of this Galactic villain it does]

    Here I’am showing how you work with horses on a ranch!!!

    Remember that horse training is very dangerous,but less so than ”safe”vaccines!!!

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  51. Wulfgar Thundercock III says:

    Richard, the “my brother” covid scam has been exposed. People running a variation of it are usually shills, other times bots. Which are you?

    https://www.dailydot.com/debug/twitter-trolls-pro-lockdown-bot-campaign/

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  52. Farm Boy says:

    Project Veritas Has Leaked Video from Hasbro Corporation CRT Training Features Indoctrination Chief Telling Parents That Their Children Are Racist as Early as Three Months Old

    http://ace.mu.nu/archives/394816.php

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  53. Farm Boy says:


    Game 5 of the NBA Finals between the Bucks and Suns drew 9.6 million viewers on Saturday, down enormously from 2019’s Warriors-Raptors Game 5, which averaged 18.4 million viewers.

    Remember, NBA media demanded last year that we discount the 2020 NBA Finals’ atrocious ratings because the matchup took place out of season and during a pandemic. So, as a nice guy, I’m honoring their requests and only comparing the 2021 Finals to 2019.

    https://www.outkick.com/ratings-for-game-5-of-nba-finals-were-a-disaster/

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  54. Farm Boy says:

    WH Comms Director Kate Bedingfield says social media companies “should be held accountable” for misinformation shared on their platforms.
    She also notes: “There are conservative news outlets who are creating irresponsible content …”
    — The Recount (@therecount) July 20, 2021

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  55. Farm Boy says:

    Superspreaders

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  56. Farm Boy says:

    Some conservatives were outraged after the legendary Vanessa Williams sang “Lift Every Voice and Sing,” the Black national anthem, while hosting PBS’s 41st annual A Capitol Fourth celebration on July 4. Well, they’re about to pop a blood vessel: “Lift Every Voice and Sing” will reportedly be performed at all NFL pregame ceremonies, starting with the September 9 season opener.

    https://www.bet.com/news/sports/2021/07/16/nfl-black-national-anthem-pregame-ceremonies.html

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  57. Farm Boy says:

    Following The Science: Texas Issues Travel Ban On Democrats To Prevent Dangerous COVID Outbreak

    https://babylonbee.com/news/following-the-science-texas-issues-travel-ban-on-democrats-to-prevent-dangerous-covid-outbreak

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  58. professorGBFMtm2021 says:

    Oh yeah FB&SPAWNITES I was wrong again(Like at that movie theatre in the ’90s!) everything is okay bettween my ”brother”&me, I just did’nt realize it! But I will still be commenting more heavily at spawnys than anywhere else over the next few months espeacialy!

    Here I’am on a safari,”its this years big exciting video”!!

    [If comment inflation do you will,
    then Bernankified comments they would be?]

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  59. b g says:

    Hmmm, well, I am an old cowboy and this is not my first rodeo, so I kind of wondered :

    [Wear a cowboy hat you do?
    Cover a nearly bald head it does?]

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  60. Cheque d'Out says:

    Well…this might be very useful to me

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  61. b g says:

    “Wear a cowboy hat you do?”

    Not usually, sometimes wear boots and a trophy buckle, and can still smell horse muffins ;-D

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  62. Ame says:

    A Salute to the Patriot Sandwich Co.
    David Jordan, a former homeless veteran, took back his life and now owns Patriot Sandwich Co. in Denton. In addition to serving yummy sandwiches, the restaurant has a décor and a charity that honors veterans.

    Jordan also created a charity, We Got Your Six, to support homeless veterans through a portion of his restaurant’s proceeds. The charity’s name comes from a phrase World War I pilots used to indicate the rear of their plane as their “six,” and means “I’ve got your back.”

    https://www.dentoncountymagazine.com/food-drink/a-salute-to-the-patriot-sandwich-co/article_be440b7c-d9c7-11eb-955c-1b454dc08611.html?fbclid=IwAR3UqV8d6p7B0F0QZIpcqi5kCXPRTk0BoICK7nrkRboEaHdZfsU1HRKiaPU

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  63. RichardP says:

    @Wulfgar Thundercock III: Thanks for that link. Seriously.

    I’ll leave it up to you to determine whether the words in my post that you referenced are anywhere close to the words used in the “brother” scam. But for starters, none of the 5 that I referenced were single-jabbed, let alone double-jabbed. And there is nothing in my post that could be construed as me arguing anything having to do with lockdowns. But I’m glad you let me know that there appears to be a scam out there.

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  64. Sharkly says:

    “Patriot Sandwich Co. in Denton.”

    Sharkly would like to offer the following public service announcement, as someone who has driven all over the United States of America:
    I can independently confirm the rumor that Denton, Texas has the worst drivers in all of America. And their non-stop road construction magnifies the dangers posed by their retarded drivers.
    That is all. Carry on.

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  66. Farm Boy says:

    “Knowing that it is a crime to lie to Congress…do you wish to retract your May 11 claim that the NIH never funded gain-of-function research in Wuhan?” Paul asked Fauci.

    “Senator Paul, I have never lied before the Congress, and I do not retract that statement,” Fauci answered. “This paper was judged by qualified staff up and down the chain as not being gain-of-function.”

    Apparently, despite making the coronavirus from horseshoe bats more transmissible at the Wuhan lab, the research does not technically qualify as “gain-of-function” research.

    https://pjmedia.com/news-and-politics/rick-moran/2021/07/20/rand-paul-accuses-fauci-of-lying-to-congress-about-gain-of-function-research-n1463230

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  67. Farm Boy says:

    Cyberattacks

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  68. Ame says:

    Haha!
    I have also actually been to Denton, though I’ve never been to this restaurant, but I don’t remember the drivers being any better or worse than others.

    It’s been awhile, but I do remember the highways in Dallas (which is close to Denton) being like race tracks 😬

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  69. RichardP says:

    @Liz:

    I see your words of concern for a son. I don’t know detail, so this post may not be useful for your situation. If it is not, so be it. Along with others doing so, I also remember you and yours in my prayers. And also your mother. My wife and I recognize all too well your situation with your mother from taking care of her grandparents (a story for another time).

    Ward was/is a pastor and author of some limited renown. Ward is the uncle of a girl I spent some time with in high school. Ward’s wife Dixie passed from cancer a few years ago. So he has been learning to live alone, with the help of his children. Ward grew up on a farm in central Washington State. In other posts, he mentions the satisfaction gained from beginning the new work day by looking at the results of yesterday’s work. He is contrasting that satisfaction with the situation of, say, a research scientist or a pastor – the results of whose work might be long, or never, in coming. I say this to mention that this early life that Ward led is a bit at odds with how he describes himself now in the link below.

    He says I wrestle with acedia..

    I did not know that word, and so looked it up. And thought of you and your son, Liz. Again, these two links might not speak to anything your son is experiencing. But I’m passing them on in case they might. Wikipedia also has a good write-up on that word “acedia”, but it is not as user-friendly as these two links.

    Life has changed dramatically for the world over the last number of months. All of us, in one way or another, must learn a new way forward. Letting go of what was (or what was promised) in order to build what will be is going to take some inner fortitude and teamwork as we encourage each other into the (less care-free) future. In that vein, much respect to WhiteGuy for stepping up in an effort to be part of the solution. That is exactly what is needed from all of us, though many may not yet recognize that truth.

    As the second link below starts out: Acedia: the lost name for the emotion we’re all feeling right now.

    https://wardtanneberg.com/2021/07/05/fewer-things-2/

    https://theconversation.com/acedia-the-lost-name-for-the-emotion-were-all-feeling-right-now-144058

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  70. Cheque d'Out says:

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  71. Farm Boy says:

    The Chinese are warning about an impending nuclear war if the United States does not cease its investigation into the origins of the COVID pandemic.

    https://www.frontpagemag.com/fpm/2021/07/china-threatens-nuclear-war-if-us-continues-michael-ledeen/

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  72. Cheque d'Out says:

    I advise that you keep the volume down or at least lower the treble

    I’d leave the room, I will not tolerate that voice IRL

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  73. Cheque d'Out says:

    I wonder if she’s ever wondered if her over-entitled, doom-laden miserable personality might be a hindrance?

    Men in the simp phase (hopefully just a phase for nice young guys) might want to rescue her and make her happy. More sane men see a misery trap. This is what my wife turned into after marriage, she turned into her mum. Luckily for me, the life of her father was all the warning that I needed about what she had intended for me. I divorced her.

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  74. Cheque d'Out says:

    Anyone else wondering whether her ‘friends’ keep asking about her dating life precisely because they know that it’s a fucking disaster and that the experience of impending doom depresses her? While delighting them because, you know, they got their pack mule cum butler

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  75. Cheque d'Out says:

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  76. Cheque d'Out says:

    Sorry guys, I know how gutted you’ll be by this

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  77. Cheque d'Out says:

    LOL

    Sat in my car in Morrisons car-park watching a woman who can’t remember where she parked her car. Every time she holds her remote in the air, I honk my horn.

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  78. Cheque d'Out says:

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  79. Farm Boy says:

    The overarching truth is that an idea pushed South Africa to the brink. You guys know this idea, because it animates the sermons of critical race theorists trying to force you to take the knee and atone for your supposed sins. I am going to call it the Beautiful Idea, because it is beautiful in a way — but also dangerous.

    The Beautiful Idea holds that all humans are born with identical gifts and should turn out to be clones of one another in a just society. Conversely, any situation in which disparity survives is in itself proof of injustice

    https://nypost.com/2021/07/19/how-equity-ideology-plunged-south-africa-into-inequality-and-chaos/

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  80. “Drinks are not a date.”, says gloomy 5-at-best who can’t get a second “date” out of any dude…

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  81. Liz says:

    He says I wrestle with acedia..
    I did not know that word, and so looked it up. And thought of you and your son, Liz. Again, these two links might not speak to anything your son is experiencing.

    Thank you, Richard. I will read the links and really appreciate it (and your prayers).

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  82. TOKYO — It was a devastating start to the Tokyo Olympics for the U.S. women’s soccer team. The U.S, ranked number one and the reigning World Cup champions, played a familiar foe: Sweden. And unfortunately for the U.S., it was a familiar result. Sweden beat them 3-0.

    “We got our a**** kicked, didn’t we. Just a little tight, just a little nervous,” U.S. star Megan Rapinoe told NPR after the game. “We had a few chances that we could have taken better that would have shifted the game quite a bit.”

    If you had scored more goals you would have won??? : P

    HA, HA!!!

    And keep talking to Rapinoe, NPR. She’s easily the least sympathetic person on the team, if not the entire U.S. Olympic delegation.

    [Makes it so one cheers for the other team she does]

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  83. Liz says:

    Mike took some time off and after we finish the fence he and the boys are going camping. Made some phenomenal beefy jerky on the Traeger from elk backstrap we still had in the deep freezer (yes normal this meat is too good to make jerky out of, but it’s the best jerky I’ve ever had in my life). The boys made hard tack and Roman officer’s bread (from some ancient recipe on the internet). Hard tack is surprisingly good considering it lasts longer than empires. I wouldn’t want to eat only that for weeks though.

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  84. Liz says:

    https://en.yna.co.kr/view/AEN20210719002200325
    247 out of 301 Cheonghae unit members test positive for COVID-19: JCS

    SEOUL, July 19 (Yonhap) — A total of 247 sailors of the 301-strong Cheonghae unit on an anti-piracy mission in waters off Africa have tested positive for the coronavirus, the Joint Chiefs of Staff said Monday, confirming a widely feared mass infection, seen as the worst in South Korea’s military.
    An additional 179 have newly tested positive after 69 were confirmed infected Sunday, the JCS said.
    “Test results on all the 301 crewmembers of the Cheonghae unit showed that 247 tested positive and 50 negative. Samples of four individuals were undecipherable,” the JCS said in a release.
    All the service members are expected to return home Tuesday as the government decided to airlift all and sent two KC-330 aerial tankers to Africa on Sunday.

    Upon arrival, they will be sent to medical facilities for treatment after undergoing another round of COVID-19 tests, officials said, adding the military, in close cooperation with the health authorities, are preparing measures to ensure their safety.

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  85. https://market-ticker.org/akcs-www?singlepost=3677147

    May I remind you that 80%, according to a study first published last summer, of the population has pre-existing resistance and thus would likely either by asymptomatic or only mildly so even if not vaccinated.

    Have we improved anything at all other than, perhaps, individual outcomes with these shots?

    The data says, within the confidence interval, no.

    In other words there is no public health benefit to the jabs. These fully vaccinated people not only got the virus they gave it to others. That, my friends, is what everyone claimed wouldn’t happen — if you got jabbed you protected other people.

    That claim was never in evidence; the original studies were underpowered to determine that and this was clearly stated in the study itself. The media and politicians, on the other hand, either didn’t read the studies or didn’t give a crap about the truth and talked you into taking a jab not to protect yourself if you are at specific risk but by lying to you that doing so would protect others.

    We now know that claim was a lie. It was a lie by lack of knowledge before; now it is a straight-up knowing lie to repeat it.

    Add this to all the other lies.

    Why would you take any sort of personal health advice — now that it’s admitted that’s all the jab advocacy is — from the very same people who have been caught lying serially on virtually every topic related to Covid since last spring?

    You have to be a special brand of stupid to listen to people who get caught lying repeatedly, and then double-down on said lies.

    You’re only mistaken when you admit to that which is later proved false. As soon as you double-down on it you’re intentionally misleading people.

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  86. Ame says:

    Love everything about this. 💖💖💖
    Praying.

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  87. Cheque d'Out says:

    The Texas Democrats cunning stunt in performative pole dance

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  88. Cheque d'Out says:

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  91. https://market-ticker.org/akcs-www?singlepost=3676613

    From the data we had prior to the rollout I pointed out that there were very serious concerns of not only failure due to viral mutation, making the shots basically worthless or even enhancing a future infection, but in addition there were markers of serious harm that were not being looked into. The most-serious of these was the fact that the spike protein standing alone, along with the S1 subunit standing alone, were identified as likely to be harmful in humans — yet all the vaccines being developed at the time caused your body to produce exactly that. Rather than investigate this fully before proceeding it was glossed over.

    As just one example show me the data in a small group for d-Dimer and troponins in vaccine recipients both before and after the shot. That’s a pair of markers for the very-specific risk of clotting disorders and cardiomylitis. 200 people, 100 controls and 100 get jabbed, d-Dimer and troponins pulled before and then on one-week intervals for two months. Simple lab blood test; they run about $10 each at retail; the cost to run them between reagents and staff time is typically $5-6. Where is it, given the reported cardiomylitis incidents and the allegedly “not connected” heart attacks and strokes? This association could be moved into the “extremely unlikely to be caused” bin very easily and at low cost — it hasn’t been. It is only reasonable to conclude that they’re not looking on purpose; they know damn well that if you find a statistically-valid signal in a small group like that the game is over and the shots not only have to be pulled a whole lot of people’s heads get served up on plates.

    Given that do you believe the adverse effects are rare — and less-likely than the virus is to seriously injure or kill you? That depends on how morbid you are. But if you’re healthy then even on the data that is trivially available to the public the answer is conclusively no — remember that if you get take the stab you’re guaranteed the risk where you are not guaranteed to be infected. I was personally exposed well over a dozen times during the last year and didn’t get the ‘Ro; I know I didn’t get it, even with a low or no-symptom infection because I had antibody tests and checked every couple of months. I did use nutritional prophylaxis — and will continue to. Why not, when it’s zero risk and nearly zero cost?

    There was also a mechanistic concern raised early on with potential protein “misfolding” and the possibility, however remote, of causing prion-type disease. There’s no good way to conclusively eliminate that risk other than moderate-sized samples of volunteers and a year or more of time with close study of all of them. Finding volunteers with true and full disclosure could be problematic; who would volunteer if they knew one of the risks being excluded are Parkinson’s, ALS and Alzheimer’s, never mind CJD which is invariably fatal. How strong is this evidence? Not very at this point but any risk of this sort is unacceptable and the burden of proof is on the person proposing the mass-use therapy or prophylaxis, not the other way around.

    Lockdowns, masks and mass-jabs will not solve the problem and in fact will make it worse due to the adverse effects. For the healthy 18 year old who is screwed by cardiomylitis what do you tell him or her? They were at an effective zero risk of death in the first place; the number harmed by the shots in that cohort exceeds the number saved. Jabbing such people is an unconscionable evil, and this presumes the risks are confined to what we know which is almost certainly not the case, and that evasion by the virus never occurs, which is ridiculously improbable.

    More, a LOT more, at the link.

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  92. they know damn well that if you find a statistically-valid signal in a small group like that the game is over and the shots not only have to be pulled a whole lot of people’s heads get served up on plates.

    You know i prefer spikes to plates, right?

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  93. Farm Boy says:

    Leeds city council is concerned about the origins of local produce such as Parkin cake because it may have once included sugar imported from the Caribbean and is therefore racist.

    https://summit.news/2021/07/21/uk-city-council-suggests-local-cake-might-be-racist-because-it-contains-sugar/

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  94. Farm Boy says:

    After pushback from the EU, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has vowed to hold a referendum on a law that bans showing children under the age of 18 material related to homosexuality or transgenderism in education, on television, movies or in advertisements.

    https://summit.news/2021/07/21/orban-announces-referendum-on-showing-lgbt-info-to-children-after-eu-pushback/

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  95. Farm Boy says:

    Washington, D.C., mayor Muriel Bowser (D.) removed a pro-freedom slogan in front of the Cuban embassy a day after it was painted on the street to protest Cuba’s communist regime, sparking criticism from Cuban Americans.

    https://freebeacon.com/biden-administration/dc-mayor-scrubs-anti-castro-slogan-from-cuban-embassy-entrance/

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  96. Cheque d'Out says:

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  97. Farm Boy says:

    The lie, as you probably know, concerns Fauci’s strenuous denial that money he sent to EcoAlliance was in turn sent to Wuhan for gain-of-function research.

    As the second pair of tweets below shows, an MIT biologist as well as “the Bat Lady” herself says that Fauci’s money did fund gain-of-function research at Wuhan.

    Fauci insists that by his personal definition of gain-of-function — a definition shared by no one else in virology — this wasn’t “gain-of-function.”

    http://ace.mu.nu/archives/394847.php

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  98. Cheque d'Out says:

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  99. https://thezman.com/wordpress/?p=24471

    Putting all of that aside, we may be arriving at a point where those previous big lies start to shrink down in size and look reasonable. The number of people testing positive for the corona virus, despite being fully vaccinated, is becoming an issue. In the UK, they are reporting that between 40% and 60% of patients hospitalized with corona have been fully vaccinated. There is some confusion about the number as they originally reported the higher figure, but then the media made them change it.

    We are seeing something similar happening in Israel. They have been one of the most aggressive countries on the vaccination front. They started early and were the most effective at getting people into the program. As a result, they are one of the most vaccinated countries in the world. They are currently reporting that over 60% of their severe cases are people who have been fully vaccinated. Moderna executives may want to hire food testers and people to start their cars.

    I thought Israel went exclusively with Pfizer?

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/vaccinated-people-account-for-half-of-new-covid-19-delta-cases-in-israeli-outbreak-11624624326

    About 80% of Israelis of age 16 and above have received two doses of the vaccine that was developed by Pfizer and German partner BioNTech SE.

    Israel was an early test case for the effectiveness of the vaccine after outbreaks last year at one point gave it one of the world’s highest per-capita infection rates. Since the start of the pandemic, 840,522 of the country’s 9.3 millions citizens have been infected, of which 6,429 died.

    6429 deaths. Doesn’t that make the mortality rate 0.00765%? That’s IF covid was actually that real cause of death.

    Crocodiles and hippos combined kill about 1500 people worldwide every year. What are we doing about that?

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  100. thedeti says:

    By and large, men are better at working than women are. We are more suited to it than women are. Employers run by men get it done the first time. We get more of it done, and we get it done better, faster, cheaper, and more efficiently. From each according to his ability, to each according to his merit. The employees who get more, deserve to get more, because they earned more. And how everyone feels is irrelevant.

    Employers run by women get some of it done, but it’s OK as long as everyone gets something and everyone feels good about it.

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  101. RichardP says:

    Fauci insists that by his personal definition of gain-of-function — a definition shared by no one else in virology — this wasn’t “gain-of-function.”

    According to Fauci, he was simply repeating what he was told by the NIH’s own experts. So, apparently this was not his definition, but the definition of the experts at NIH:: the NIH’s own experts – whom Dr. Fauci said earlier had unanimously rejected the idea that this constituted ‘gain of function’ research ..

    And therein is the lie that has been exposed. If there is any justice, that lie will do him in.

    From here:
    https://www.zerohedge.com/political/rand-paul-accuses-dr-fauci-lying-about-nih-funding-illegal-gain-function-research

    MIT biologist Kevin Esvelt reviewed this paper that was published with financial assistance from Dr. Fauci’s NIH/NIAID and concluded “certain techniques that the researchers used seemed to meet the definition of gain-of-function”
    — Senator Rand Paul (@RandPaul) July 20, 2021

    While there’s apparently room for interpretation, the NIH’s own experts – whom Dr. Fauci said earlier had unanimously rejected the idea that this constituted ‘gain of function’ research – actually agreed that the opposite was the case.

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  102. Cheque d'Out says:

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  103. I no longer consider my employer to be a serious organization. We have spent thousands and thousands of hours over the last several years building in a bunch of QWEERTY b.s. into the system that has ZERO medical value for either us or the patient. However, since all of healthcare is basically a combination of Karen from HR and Karen the lesbian, child-hating pediatrician, there’s really nowhere else to go in the industry.

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  104. Cheque d'Out says:

    Apologies for this injection of historical information. I remember it from my youth.
    The Mary Whitehouse Experience.

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  105. Cheque d'Out says:

    Cheery news

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  106. Cheque d'Out says:

    Has Micron lost the plot? Or will he get away with this?

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  107. professorGBFMtm2021 says:

    Speaking of healthcare,this will make you beleive in ”safe” vaccines alright!More info on how legit the big 3 U.S.drugmakers are here by MSM MSN!https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/big-3-us-drug-distributors-j-j-reach-landmark-26-billion-opioid-settlement/

    Have you ever felt like this on vacation&even especialy watching the news of the past 30 years!?

    Sometimes when I use to go public school I felt like that too!
    I think that ”THE END” film would be better recieved today then back in ’78,right?

    [More hair than me Dom Deluise has]

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  108. Farm Boy says:

    First, the Delta variant does not appear to be especially deadly. Cases are no more likely to be hospitalized or die than with other variants.

    https://nypost.com/2021/07/20/doctor-says-stop-the-panic-over-the-delta-variant/

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  109. Farm Boy says:

    Democratic mayors in 20 of the nation’s 25 biggest cities slashed police department budgets and positions even as they spent millions of tax dollars on their own security

    https://m.theepochtimes.com/many-big-city-democrat-mayors-defunded-police-while-spending-heavily-on-their-security-details-watchdog-finds_3909784.html

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  110. professorGBFMtm2021 says:

    I went on this standard motorcycle trip with alot of fellow far-righters today!!

    And look who was hiding& peaking out from behind a tree at all of us!!

    I thought she was smoothly running things in D.C.,Right?

    [Help out the US women’s soccer team she could]

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  111. “First, the Delta variant does not appear to be especially deadly. Cases are no more likely to be hospitalized or die than with other variants.”

    Huh, the local TV news at the gym (NBC) just said the “The powerful and deadly Delta variant is ravaging unvaccinated populations in the South.”

    They also had one of the anchors’ sister on telling how she is so glad that she got jabbed, because even though she still got the ‘rona it could have been much worse than the cough and slight fever she had for 2 days.

    Really? How does she know that? How does she know she didn’t get it from one of the persons who vaccinated her?

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  112. Cheque d'Out says:

    Just evil

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  113. Cheque d'Out says:

    Supposed to be an interesting thread

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  114. Cheque d'Out says:

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  115. Ame says:

    send.them.back.

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  116. Farm Boy says:

    [Good this would be]

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  118. Farm Boy says:

    To Improve Olympic Chances, US Women’s Soccer Team Replaced By 15-Year-Old Boys Team In Wigs

    https://babylonbee.com/news/to-improve-olympic-chances-us-womens-soccer-team-replaced-by-15-year-old-boys-team-in-wigs

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  119. Cheque d'Out says:

    Tomorrow War could have been epic if, ignoring all the other plot holes, it was revealed that the spaceship came in peace. But when the Prats massacre (most of them), the survivors spend decades preparing and then launch the war against humanity

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  120. Cheque d'Out says:

    I came up with that towards the end of the film and was disappointed that they went for the milquetoast ending.

    ‘The Mist’ film was pretty boring IMHO, it was saved by the twist at the end. EPIC ending.

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  121. Cheque d'Out says:

    [No pants they have]

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  122. Cheque d'Out says:

    A man got on the bus with both of his trouser pockets full of golf balls and sat down next to a beautiful blonde.

    The puzzled blonde kept looking at him and his bulging pockets.

    Finally, after many glances from her, he said, “its golf balls.”

    The blonde continued to look at him for a very long time, thinking deeply about what he had said.

    Finally, unable to contain her curiosity any longer, she asked,

    “Does it hurt as much as tennis elbow?”

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  123. Farm Boy says:

    Canceling Mr.Potato Head

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  124. Farm Boy says:

    Google-owned YouTube is once again flexing more power than world leaders by deleting 15 videos from Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro’s channel over claims of ‘COVID misinformation’.

    https://summit.news/2021/07/22/youtube-deletes-15-videos-from-brazilian-president-bolsonaros-channel-for-covid-misinformation/

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  125. Farm Boy says:

    Following Anthony Fauci’s latest meltdown in the Senate as Rand Paul once again exposed his involvement with funding gain of function research in the Wuhan Institute of Virology, Senator Ron Johnson has called for the NIH head to be held responsible.

    https://summit.news/2021/07/22/video-sen-ron-johnson-unloads-on-fauci-hes-culpable-hes-lying-he-needs-to-be-held-accountable/

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  126. Farm Boy says:

    A new Rasmussen poll reveals that a majority of voters in the U.S. want Congress to carry out investigations into mass rioting in cities in the Summer of 2020 by BLM and Antifa groups, while significantly less are supportive of an investigation into the Capitol infiltration on January 6th 2021.

    https://summit.news/2021/07/22/poll-majority-of-americans-want-investigations-into-blm-and-antifa-riots-not-capitol-infiltration/

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  127. Farm Boy says:

    [If talking about green men on the moon he is,
    on Degoba, not the moon, I would be]

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  128. I know I was having a good time ragging on those dumb dykes on Team L-USA (loo-ser), but I wan’t being pro-Sweden. Those dumb dykes took the knee before the game too to protest whatever.

    But I bet they weren’t protesting this for some reason:

    Here are the 10 countries with the highest rape rates:

    South Africa (132.40)
    Botswana (92.90)
    Lesotho (82.70)
    Eswatini (77.50)
    Bermuda (67.30)
    Sweden (63.50)
    Suriname (45.20)
    Costa Rica (36.70)
    Nicaragua (31.60)
    Grenada (30.60)

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  129. Older pic:

    The Swedish Women’s National Team are using their jerseys to send inspiring messages of empowerment

    Like maybe you’re a 10 yo Swedish girl being gang-raped by Muslim immigrants from Somalia?

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  130. Liz says:

    Someone at Jack’s asserted that with a 50 percent divorce rate, that’s like getting into any plane and there’s a 50 percent probability it will fail.
    I’m going to say this analogy fails.
    Yes, marriage is a risk and I don’t advise people to go into it lightly.
    But there are scores of marriages that are obvious failures in the making before the couple even says “I do”.
    Bikini carwash girl who was flagrantly cheating and Mike’s old roommate married anyway…well, that wasn’t going to last. If Mike had married his ex girlfriend that wouldn’t have lasted either. Even his mother knew it, her words were, “You can marry her and divorce later” (this because she didn’t like me, so anything was better than that).

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  131. Liz says:

    Just to add, it would be like walking on to an airplane with half a wing missing, and a Somali pilot, and going….heh, it’ll do.

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  132. Liz says:

    Thought I’d do a plug for the best bbq sauce I have ever eaten.
    If you like mustard, this is the one…it is constantly sold out at the local store here. Our 4th of July pulled pork bbq was a hit when we served this.
    This is the case size, individually it isn’t this pricey, thank goodness;

    https://www.coloradosmokinbuttsbbq.com/apps/webstore/products/show/8127536

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  133. Go ARMY!

    No, I rally mean it. GTFO.

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  134. Cheque d'Out says:

    Is that English mustard (overdo it and it’ll bring a tear to your eye (in a good way))?

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  135. Liz says:

    Heh, Swithy…no, it’s not a sharp taste. More sweet and bbq like. Hard to describe. You apply it very liberally.

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  136. Cheque d'Out says:

    That ain’t no English mustard. English mustard is amber in colour. And ‘liberal’ use is unwise indeed.
    https://www.greatbritishfood.de/colmans-original-english-mustard-100g

    The froggy version is pretty mild, perhaps you guys copied that?

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  137. Liz says:

    The froggy version is pretty mild, perhaps you guys copied that?

    It’s not pure mustard, it’s meant to be bbq sauce/mustard. 🙂
    We have mustard like that, but I’d put it on a different type of sandwich (like turkey), not pulled pork. I like sharp stone ground mustard too. Just…different type of dish.

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  138. Cheque d'Out says:

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  139. Cheque d'Out says:

    I do bow to the American knowledge of barbecues though

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