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May 08, 2018

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Janeprobably about 10 minutes after getting ther

Hey🎹

Jack is Back!

In case you don't believe in "it can't get worse", I give you the replacements for Schneiderman.

https://patch.com/new-york/southampton/s/gf1r2/eric-schneidermans-metoo-ouster-could-mean-revolution-for-women?utm_source=alert-breakingnews&utm_medium=email&utm_term=weather&utm_campaign=alert

henry

Go Team!!!

Who do we want to win?

Pinandpuller

Sometimes being the first X isn't a good thing:

NASHVILLE, TN -- When Jiyayi Suleyman joined the Metro Police in 2012, he became the first member of Nashville's large Kurdish community to become a police officer.

Now, Suleyman is off the force, as an investigation revealed he is a member of the violent, drug-dealing Kurdish Pride gang.According to a file obtained by WSMV, Suleyman illegally accessed the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation's computer system to check on other members of the gang.

https://patch.com/tennessee/nashville/nashvilles-first-kurdish-cop-was-gangster-report

narciso

Yes it's turtles all the way, including the big Apple version of red sqaw, zephyr teachout.

Pinandpuller

OMG, I've eaten there several times!

According to the file, Suleyman was seen hanging out with known gang members at House of Kabab, a popular hangout among the city's Kurdish community, the largest in the world outside of Kurdistan.

henry

Illinois, the Butthurt State, suing EPA ov ruling that allows FoxConn to use water from Lake Michigan. If they were serious about water quality, they would sue Barrett and Milwaukee for the billions of gallons of raw sewage they dump in the lake every year.

http://journaltimes.com/7b22adf2-e853-59f9-be1e-e460629986b6.html

rse

Cumberland, ri, tc.

I did ask if anyone built with brick in that area.

I also had swordfish for the very first time when we went to newport.

When the diva hauled me to look at brown we had left boston that morning and it was pouring rain. Quite a hike from the train station up that hill in the pouring rain. Loved the architecture though. The sidelights to my front door are a replication from one of the brown mansions from the appropriate greek revival time period. I found it in one of my mom's old Colonial Homes magazines.

Jack is Back!

OT: But an Important date and a demonstration of American Exceptionalism. All the other global elites can argue but don't have the same components.

USS Yorktown was launched from Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company, Newport News, Virginia, on April 4, 1936.

This is the story of the aircraft carrier, USS Yorktown (CV-5), a ship the Japanese thought they sunk at the Battle of Coral Sea. After the Coral Sea battle, it arrived at Pearl Harbor for extensive repairs on May 27, 1942. With cryptographic units reporting on the looming battle to come over Midway Island, Admiral Nimitz [USNA’05] needed USS Yorktown badly, yet the Task Force commander from the Coral Sea engagement had estimated that the ship would be laid up for approximately three months undergoing repairs from the bomb damage she had suffered. Nimitz ordered the schedule accelerated by all means possible. What followed in 72 hours is nothing short of a miracle.

The Battle of the Coral Sea

May 8, 1942, USS Yorktown was serving in the South Pacific in the defense of Port Moresby. Concurrently, the Japanese were on the move, preparing an invasion there with the support of a range of aircraft carriers of their own, including Shokaku and Zuikaku, both of which had taken part in the attack on Pearl Harbor. As well, the Japanese had deployed the light carrier Shoho. These, along with a strong force of cruisers and destroyers, escorted eleven troop transport ships southward into the Coral Sea. The invasion force was en route.

To counter the Japanese, Admiral Jack Fletcher [USNA’06, MoH] formed Task Force 17, combining the independent task forces operating in the area under his command in preparation for the battle. By May 7, the forces were engaged, though the Japanese had failed to detect the American forces first. Aircraft from USS Lexington and USS Yorktown would engage and sink Shoho. The following day, on May 8, aircraft from USS Yorktown again struck the Japanese task force, scoring multiple hits on the Shokaku, causing extensive damage. In return, the Japanese hit both USS Lexington and USS Yorktown. For USS Lexington, the damage was horrific. Japanese Val dive bombers had hit Lex with their bombs three times, while two torpedoes from a squadron of Kates tore into the hull. Later that night, after further explosions from the damage sustained, USS Lexington was finally sunk.

For USS Yorktown, evasive maneuvering managed to avoid all of the enemy torpedoes and all but one of the bombs from the attacking Vals. That last bomb, however struck the deck and drove deep into the ship’s heart before exploding with extensive loss of life and damage. Deeply crippled, but still underway and capable of making good speed, USS Yorktown limped from the battle and returned to Pearl Harbor.

Emergency Repairs

When Yorktown arrived at Pearl Harbor on May 27, 1942, it was in terrible shape. The damage was repairable, but estimates ranged as high as three months in dry dock. When pressed, the Navy Yard inspection crews quoted that the job might be able to be achieved in two weeks. For Admiral Nimitz, with the tide of the war hanging in the balance, the coming battle near Midway Island was critical. Without USS Yorktown, he did not expect to have enough air power to achieve victory. The dry dock was cleared and USS Yorktown entered on May 28.

Even as repairs were started, the Japanese fleet sailed for Midway with four heavy aircraft carriers, Akagi, Hiryu, Kaga and Soryu, as well as one light carrier, Zuiho. Against that force, the Americans could field USS Enterprise and USS Hornet. if USS Yorktown could somehow be repaired, that would add a third heavy carrier to the American task force. The odds would still be steep, but victory would be possible. Once at dry dock in Pearl Harbor, the repair crews went to work. Everything was done to speed up the repairs and every man possible was drafted to support the effort. There would be no break as crews worked 24 hours a day.

Against all odds, the repairs were completed in just two days it was the miracle needed, just in time for the upcoming Battle of Midway.

The Battle of Midway

On May 30, the newly repaired USS Yorktown sailed with the Task Force into the waters north of Midway and started flying search patrols in hopes of locating the Japanese forces. As the battle unfolded, starting on June 4, the Japanese were shocked to find USS Yorktown back in action. For them, she was like a phoenix that had risen from the dead.

USS Yorktown’s planes (augmented from USS Saratoga, which was too distant to participate) struck and sank the Japanese carrier Soryu. Meanwhile planes from USS Enterprise sank the Akagi and Kaga, A counterstrike from Hiryu, however, caught USS Yorktown by surprise and hit her badly.

In the days following the Battle of Midway, USS Yorktown was stabilized despite the extensive damage she had received. Three bombs and two torpedoes had done extensive damage. Yet if she could make Pearl Harbor, another dry dock would await there would be no rapid turnaround on the repairs needed this time, as extensive as they were. It was not to be.

At 15:36 on June 6, the Japanese fleet submarine I-168 crept in on the stationary ship, even as repair crews were working to get the ship back underway. The I-168 fired four torpedoes one hit and instantly sank USS Hammann (DD-412), while another missed, passing to the stern of USS Yorktown harmlessly. The other two torpedoes, however, hit squarely and caused catastrophic damage. The ship was fatally damaged, though it took until the morning of June 7, for Yorktown to sink. At 7:01 am, the ship capsized and sank into 3,000 feet of water.

Afterward

USS Yorktown was one of the US Navy’s most storied aircraft carriers of the Pacific War, despite its short life in service. During that time, Yorktown participated in two major naval engagements, sinking a heavy carrier and heavily damaging another. That the carrier was lost was a terrible blow to the US Navy, but participation at Midway had turned the tide of the war. After Midway, the Japanese never again regained the initiative. What followed was three years of retreat as the US Navy, US Marines, US Army, and US Aircorps leapfrogged from island to island slowly closing the noose on the Imperial Japanese Government.

For USS Yorktown, it was a sad, but somehow fitting end. Named after the American Revolutionary War Siege of Yorktown, a battle that resulted in the surrender of the major British force and forced the end of Britain’s colonial rule over the American colonies, USS Yorktown played a key role too in bringing about the wider victory in the Pacific War against Japan.

Our thanks go out to America’s veterans; without your sacrifices and hard work, the world would be a vastly different place. In fact, this article might well have been written in German or Japanese, if at all. Or maybe in Russian.

Buckeye

From the dead thread

MM, my mom really flipped out when I found a war time picture of my dad's "accommodations" (pup tent) on some Pacific Island.

"Dad, who is the naked girl in your tent?"

henry

OH, my bad.. Illinois is butthurt over air pollution. That smog that blows north along the lake. I was pissed at that ruling too, no ethanol free gas for me.

Miss Marple the Deplorable


Heshmat Alavi
‏ @HeshmatAlavi
23m23 minutes ago

#BREAKING
Further footage of tonight's attack on the #Iran IRGC-linked Lebanese Hezbollah base in the northwest outskirts of Al Kiswah, located 12 kms south of Damascus, #Syria.

Miss Marple the Deplorable

Oops, forgot the link to the video:

https://twitter.com/HeshmatAlavi/status/993966244050145280

Jack is Back!

Firing up the Weber for the first time in 6 months. Lamb Burgers, on a brioche roll, covered in Cheddar, Red Onion slice and Tomato. Mayo, mustard and Ketchup at your discretion. We'll do a Salade Caprese before hand since Citarella had fresh, fresh Mozzarella on hand and fragarant Basil.

Alas, only French red for the wine. Need to start bringing up my Franciacorta reds.

daddy

MM, my mom really flipped out when I found a war time picture of my dad's "accommodations" (pup tent) on some Pacific Island.

"Dad, who is the naked girl in your tent?"

Posted by: Buckeye

Sarah Vaughn?

henry

Right on Walker! Sue Illinois for cross border air pollution!

He must have learned that move from Trump.

http://www.wsaw.com/content/news/481994901.html

Jack is Back!

rse,
le
How did you like Newport? Its an overgrown, more urban, Southampton. We have a half ass college joined to Stony Brook. We love Newport especially the harbor area and restaurants. Salve Regina is a nice location but busy on the weekend with all the shore hikers. No parking at all.

Glad you enjoyed it. Try Southampton sometime. Problem is lack of rooms for overnighters

Miss Marple the Deplorable

Lena Horne - Sweetheart of the 5th Army!

LOL!

Miss Marple the Deplorable

https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/993926510003277825

Complete video of the statement on the Iran deal at this link of the President's.

daddy

Now, Suleyman is off the force, as an investigation revealed he is a member of the violent, drug-dealing Kurdish Pride gang.

Kurds? No Whey.

Miss Marple the Deplorable

I am posting all of these in one thread. They are points President Trump emphasized in a series of tweets. They are accompanied by video clips, which you can access at his Twitter feed: @realDonaldTrump.


The White House
‏Verified account @WhiteHouse
3h3 hours ago

"At the heart of the Iran deal was a giant fiction: that a murderous regime desired only a peaceful nuclear energy program. Today, we have definitive proof that this Iranian promise was a lie."


The White House
‏Verified account @WhiteHouse
3h3 hours ago

"Finally, I want to deliver a message to the long-suffering people of Iran. The people of America stand with you."


Donald J. Trump
‏Verified account @realDonaldTrump

The Iran Deal is defective at its core. If we do nothing, we know what will happen. In just a short time, the world’s leading state sponsor of terror will be on the cusp of acquiring the world’s most dangerous weapons....

Pinandpuller


Firing up the Weber for the first time in 6 months. Lamb Burgers, on a brioche roll, covered in Cheddar, Red Onion slice and Tomato. Mayo, mustard and Ketchup at your discretion. We'll do a Salade Caprese before hand since Citarella had fresh, fresh Mozzarella on hand and fragarant Basil.

Alas, only French red for the wine. Need to start bringing up my Franciacorta reds.

Posted by: Jack is Back! | May 08, 2018 at 06:08 PM

I keep intending to raise up a lamb to butcher but until I do Kroger has been stocking organically raised ground lamb and ground bison and some other cuts as well. They also have this blackberry wine out of MO that's really good. I don't mind a sweet wine.

GUS

PIN...... They just cleared up a spelling mistake....
It was the HOUSE OF KUBOOOOOOOOOM.
Not the place you've eaten.

paladin2

I wanted to get my low carb diet i in case Clarice missed it


My favorite low carb recipe

Brown 1 lb sausage and 8oz mushrooms in 1/2 stick of buiier
Add some chopped green peppers to the mix

Mix with 12 eggs 8 oz whipping cream 1/2 stick of butter
add 2 tps dry mustard, salt and pepper and a cup of cheddar and 1 cup mozzarella cheese.

Bake in muffin pan in preheated oven at 375 degrees for about 20 minutes

Makes about 14 serving for breakfast that I warm in the microwave

There are almost 0 carbs per serving

Buckeye

I tried to watch that video daddy.

Must be a hot one. Crashed my iPad 6 times in a row:)

henry

Haven't had lamb since I was in high school. I need to stop by the neighbor's, they raise & butcher them, also have true free range chickens / eggs. Then a run down the road to the beefalo / elk / venison farm. Nice living where the food is.

Jack is Back!

lyle,

Try to find this one. I couldn't but knowing your skills you might be able to.

As I type this, the Le Marseille comes to mind for some reason.

https://tinyurl.com/y9t5gkc8

GUS

Yawn Williams told me that we are in more danger because we've SHITCANNED the IRAN deal.
He said that now NK won't trust us. Can you imagine how FUCKED in the head you'd have to be to employ that type of DIPSHIT logic.

If being afraid was part of the equation. LURCH and the JUG EARED MF'er, should have been VERY AFRAID OF US.

Miss Marple the Deplorable


Katie Heinz
‏ @katieheinz6

Absentee ballots in Boone Co put @braun4indiana in lead here. Significant b/c this is @ToddRokitaIN district @rtv6

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DctUl-vXcAU6Hig.jpg

Could be looking for an upset here. I don't dislike Braun, but I worried about Donnelly dragging up some old business grievance in the fall, so I voted Rokita. We will see.

GUS

Lovely Miss M, you do a great service by passing on the PRESIDENTS tweets.

Thank you. I wish Capn' could still eviscerate the SUNDAY morning shows, because I certainly WILL NOT watch them.

GUS

Miss M, I've heard tons of Mike Braun ads on Chicago radio, here in Milwaukee.

Extraneus

Can you imagine how FUCKED in the head you'd have to be to employ that type of DIPSHIT logic.

Kim's probably not that dumb. He must be thinking "Don't try to fool them on this. Trump isn't Obama, or even Bush, Clinton, or Bush Sr. My father told me about those guys."

GUS

April Ryan is the same RACE BAITING HACK that told Sarah Sanders that saying, "You really don't know me nor how I think"........Was a call to fight..........."in some quarters".
Now she says Melania Trump isn't CULTURALLY AMERICAN.

Is it CULTURALLY AMERICAN, for an ugly BLACK WOMAN to want to fist fight someone she disagrees with???
What KOLLIDGE did April Ryan learn this at??

jimmyk

I enjoyed the Homeland finale, even if the whole season was a fantasy about what might have been if only She had won. The climactic scene with Kerry trying to elude her pursuers long enough for the team to get off the ground was great drama, editing, and direction.

GUS

Exactly Ext. Yawn Williams IS that stupid. And he's not kidding. He's really not a FULL COMMIE hack, so much as he's really really dumb.

jimmy

Carrie, rather.

JM Hanes

paladin2:

I clipped your recipe and am suddenly feeling really hungry!

Jack is Back!

Trump points a gun at the Mullah's temple and Juan thinks Kim will laugh at that?

No wonder his sons are on the right side. Poor parenting if you ask me.

Porchlight

I think this was already posted but just to add some more deliciousness to the week:

CBO: April best month in history of the US budget

clarice feldman

sounds good paaladin.

GUS

Jack, I don't know how to say this nicely.
Being THAT STUPID is parental malpractice.
Yawn Williams gets paid A LOT to be that stupid.

clarice feldman

I make kebobs often out of ground lamb--there are lots of recipes for it. I like it with cumin, cayenne, finely minced onions,salt, pepper and cilantro or mint..slide it on skewers and refrigerate for about an hour before grilling to firm it up so it doesn't fall off the skewers--you can also do it in patties.
Nice with yogurt and cucumbers, mint, garlic, salt, cumin and a pinch of cayenne.

Of course, it's also great in moussaka but that takes more effort.

daddy

Buckeye,

Sorry that video caused problems. It was simply a Youtube of Sarah Vaugh's 1956 cover of "An Occasional Man." Nothing risqué whatever, simply the tune and the cover of her Album staring at the viewer for 3 minutes.

Sarah Vaughan: An Occasional Man In The Land Of Hi-Fi 1956

rse

jib-was in newport in the late 70s and had the swordfish at a restaurant on the harbor. Magical.

Hubby had a business meeting at the vanderbilt inn or something, a relais & chateaux place, which he was not into but it was my idea of a cool place. He was calling me that morning to make sure what he wore with his khakis 'worked'. Having a color blind mom and attending a catholic school with air force uniforms meant his sense of fashion needed a bit of work for several years there.

When we went to new brunswick to see the bay of fundy and spent the night before in portland we were in a baron that flew up the coastline of the hamptons before getting routed over cambridge and then on to portland. I still remember flying over CT and it would be picturesque on one side of the plane and industrial on the other.

JM Hanes

Old Lurker:

"As to "binary", I do stand on my belief that if the House is lost this November, whether Trump is fired or not matters not because his MAGA momentum will be done. The game, disagreeing with you here, will be over then and there."

Hope is not a strategy, but neither is giving up. It may be over for you, but there will still be a lot of fighters on the field. I've always thought that pessimism is attractive, because once you abandon hope, you can quit having to care so much any more. In my experience, the fight against cynicism is one of the most difficult yet most important battles we face — not just in politics, either.

In more practical terms, Democrats got us where we are, because they never, ever give up, and we do. If they can't grab the loaf today, they'll take any crumb they can scratch up and press on. We didn't get where we are in 18 months, and Trump, beset from every side, was never going to get much of the swamp drained by the midterms. I understand you think we should have seen at least some visible progress on holding swamp dwellers to account by now, but I don't know what makes you so sure that your plan would have garnered better results at the polls in November.

It's entirely possible that incremental progress in say, foreign policy or inner city improvements or recision, will cement more support and give Trump a broader mandate for swamp draining than he arrived with. That could be wrong too, but if the polls are any indication, Trump is gaining momentum at the moment, not losing it. Win or lose in Nov., the clock will still be running, and the Democrats will certainly still be playing.

rse

I bet frederick would get a kick out of the reversing falls in st joun. Have to stay overnight though to see the flow the opposite way. There is a ferry from portland.

Pinandpuller

PIN...... They just cleared up a spelling mistake....
It was the HOUSE OF KUBOOOOOOOOOM.
Not the place you've eaten.

Posted by: GUS | May 08, 2018 at 06:30 PM

Could be lol. Actually, I got them to sub lentil soup for rice and it was fantastic. My wife doesn't like it so sometimes I have to go outside to get it.

Porchlight

Re: the primaries, I guess one big fear is that Blankenship will win in WV. Fears of Roy Moore part 2. I haven't dug into the polls at all, but there is no runoff.

Miss Marple the Deplorable

https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/992241369023365120.html

This is a formatted thread about stuff Rising Serpent has dug up on Stormy Daniels' attorney.

Extraneus

I clipped your recipe and am suddenly feeling really hungry

I emailed it to my assistant.

JimNorCal

Don Surber seems to think that Blankenship will not be a deal breaker if nominated.

Speaking of Deplorable Don:
http://donsurber.blogspot.com/2018/05/dems-got-greedy-lost-judiciary.html
Dems got greedy, lost the judiciary
Once upon a time in America, you needed a supermajority in the Senate to confer a lifetime appointment upon a federal judge via the filibuster. This meant Democrats and Republicans had to agree on the pick.
...
Then Barack Obama changed all that, or rather Harry Reid did because Obama was merely a figurehead selected to allow Democrats to brand as racist anyone who dared challenge their rule.

Reid made judicial appointments for life subject to a simple majority by ending the filibuster.

Miss Marple the Deplorable


93 WIBC Indianapolis
‏Verified account @93wibc
7m7 minutes ago

PRIMARY: With 262/5375 precincts reporting, Mike Braun has 43% of the votes in the IN Sen. Primary.

Rokita with 29% and Messer with 28%. #INSen #INPrimary #Election2018

Extraneus

I'd bet Trump gains in the polls over this Iran withdrawal. The deal was never popular. Plus, people like being on offense.

henry

Miss M, is Braun a good thing?

Pinandpuller

Of course, it's also great in moussaka but that takes more effort.

Posted by: clarice feldman | May 08, 2018 at 06:58 PM

Have you ever tried chicken kabsa? Sounds good http://www.geniuskitchen.com/recipe/al-kabsa-traditional-saudi-rice-chicken-dish-289878

narciso

I asked earlier about freeman spogli an institute founded by one fmr w ambassador to Italy, and fmr la mayor Richard riordan that who Colin kahl works for.

Miss Marple the Deplorable

henry,

I don't know about Braun at all. He's mostly a businessman although he has served in the legislature. He's very pro-Trump, but there are attacks on him because he has voted in dem primaries. (He says it's because there were no GOP candidates, which may or may not be true.)

I am nervous because the Indiana dems have a big war chest and I am not certain Braun will get the help he needs. Plus I am certain the dems will try to dig up dirt on him.

I voted Rokita, who got the endorsement of the Indiana Trump campaign co-chairs.

narciso

Homeland really has jumped the ahark, I think the skies were put on last season when they had to conjure up an Israeli plot to sabotage the nuclear program.

Pinandpuller

GUS

I was just at a pawn shop and I saw three Fender strats with humbuckers in the bridge position. How long has that been a thing? One had a Floyd Rose but I'm sure it's a mod. My Mexican Strat stays in tune great so far though, I don't really see a need.

Buckeye

Thanks daddy!

I listened to the divine Miss Vaughan.

Nails it pretty well, the gal was wearing a smile.

Since I was only in the third grade when I found the photo, I didn't know enough to ask if it was a "before" or "after" picture:)

Ralph L

Kroger has been stocking organically raised ground lamb
I prefer sea lamb from Aldi.

narciso


What is sea lamb?

http://bostonherald.com/opinion/op_ed/2018/05/mccain_paved_way_for_trump_presidency

Pinandpuller

Is Braun the guy who thinks everyone should wear nametags so people can say,"Good morning, Bill"?

narciso

Fideloflake fully emerges from his pod, guess his hot take?

Pinandpuller


Kroger has been stocking organically raised ground lamb
I prefer sea lamb from Aldi.
Posted by: Ralph L | May 08, 2018 at 07:37 PM

You really got me over a mr narciso barrel there, good sir. I do love Aldi, though. I get my salmon or ahi tuna there, although I am unaware of their land analogies.

lurkersusie

Wow

Reuters Politics on Twitter: "JUST IN: Justice Department says former CIA case officer charged with conspiracy to commit espionage and retention of national defense information https://t.co/p2Wx2KaxBE"

daddy

JiB,

Just got to your comments enjoying that tiny Asian lady pounding the heck out of the piano playing Blind Tom's "Battle of Manassas."

Isn't that fascinating?

Twain first met Blind Tom on a train traveling from Galena in 1869, and was startled, stunned, and perturbed by this bizarre character, but then later he saw his performance and was so amazed by it that he went back multiple times, and then on and off for the next 30 years he'd wonder about him and see his performances over and over again. Here's Mark Twain's account of his first meeting of Blind Tom on the Train from Galena.

BTW, US Grant was from Galena. I wonder if Twain, who eventually became great friends with US Grant, first met Grant on this Galena trip.

narciso

How did he have classified info, five years after he retired and was working for Japanese tobacco?

Miss Marple the Deplorable

lurkersusie,

WOW!

narciso


The recruit painted the most positive picture, lol

https://mobile.twitter.com/mlcalderone/status/993921817076264961?p=v

narciso

El baradei has a sad, cue Hans blix scene in team America.

henry

Narciso, from the comments to that the left is gonna need a huge resupply of depends!

Miss Marple the Deplorable


93 WIBC Indianapolis
‏Verified account @93wibc
2m2 minutes ago

‼️ PRIMARY: Greg Pence wins Indiana's 6th District.

============
Mike Pence's brother. Rokita's old district.
Probably a lock for the fall win, since the district is heavily GOP.

narciso

This man planned and trained the crew behind 3,000 dead, winning the future

https://mobile.twitter.com/TomCottonAR/status/993989008584822785?p=v

Bolton goes back to being part of Jesse helms posse in the 70s

fdcol63  🇺🇸

When is Sessions going to charge John F’ing Kerry - who served in Vietnam, BTW - with violating the Logan Act and treason?

clarice feldman

No, pin, I haven't.

Duda!

Michael Cohen took $500,000 from a Russian Oilgarch? WTF?


Popcorn please.

Ralph L

Pin, ask for it next time you go to Aldi. But they don't carry air lamb. It isn't a good buy anywhere.

clarice feldman

Apparently Avenatti is making the claim about Cohen which is being strongly denied:http://thehill.com/homenews/administration/386810-mueller-team-interviewed-putin-tied-oligarch-about-payments-to-cohen?__twitter_impression=true

Janet 🚬


a friend on FB pointed out that Schumer has sure been quiet.

narciso

They are stark raving mad clarice, but that's just a day being in y.

Duda!

So money went from Russia to Michael Cohen.
Now we need to know where the money went after that.

The people who paid extraordinary amounts of money into Cohen's"consulting" company got ridiculous favors done for them by the Trump administration***cough pay for play***cough.

More popcorn please. Oh and btw,love what you've done with the swamp.

narciso

I guess that makes him the Egyptian brokaw:


https://mobile.twitter.com/pspoole/status/993873376266588160?p=v

lurkersusie

About that money to Cohen

Chuck Ross on Twitter: "Columbus Nova pushing back hard on @MichaelAvenatti https://t.co/FkukeCUfV1"

Miss Marple the Deplorable

https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/993711815002537984.html

Thomas Wictor explains why it is so hard to know what's going on in the Middle East and North Africa.

narciso

How stupid are these people?

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-russia-sanctions-renova/u-s-sanctions-on-vekselberg-have-1-5-2-billion-assets-frozen-sources-idUSKBN1HS0FB

narciso

That's a 300 to 400 fold loss for those with a copy of the home game, he doesn't have any us operations, btw

narciso

Maybe he'll make it up in volume, is he merely a mook or a fugazi?

narciso

The uae is supporting haftar who is fighting the islamists, hes been doing since 2015, for some one they declared dead a month ago, hes quite spry at 78, prince coordinates militias in Libya Yemen Syria Nader probably has some piece of the action.

JimNorCal

So basically the only thing left from the Obama years is a Che Guevara t-shirt
— Sean Spicier (@sean_spicier) May 8, 2018

Miss Marple the Deplorable


93 WIBC Indianapolis
‏Verified account @93wibc
22m22 minutes ago

PRIMARY: @CNN and @NBC projecting Mike Braun as winner of the Republican #INSen primary.

=================================

1. I am afraid democrats crossed over and voted for Braun.

2. We will have a difficult time, but maybe the President can help.

GUS

Pin, I don't know of a STRAT model that comes with a double coil (humbucker) in the bridge. I wouldn't want that, the bridge is the TREBLE SPOT.

narciso

What is this a game of telephone?


https://www.ar15.com/forums/General/Special-Counsel-Tells-Federal-Court-Rosenstein-Investigative-Scope-Was-Detailed-verbally/5-2107544/

The Infamous Ignatz

I voted for trump precisely so he could pee on all things Obama because all things Obama should be extinguished.
Even if he has to hire a couple of Russian hookers to pee on Barry, I'm ok with that just so long as somebody takes the piss out of puts the piss on that Marxist creep.

Miss Marple the Deplorable

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2018/05/08/businessman-mike-braun-projected-to-win-indiana-gop-senate-primary.html

narciso

A correction, but if they don't remember who owns them, how can I be expected to:
http://massivelyop.com/2018/04/24/daybreaks-russian-parent-companys-assets-are-frozen-by-the-u-s-government

GUS

When you see the RANCID left, shit their pants over NOTHING, day after day after day. When you see them attack anything decent, when American wins are seen and reported as losses. When the ENTIRE EXISTANCE of DEMOCRATS is to BURN SHIT DOWN.

You're seeing THE FULL COMMIE.

narciso

Anyways that was a very expensive favor on vekselbergs part, recall this transaction happened in 2015.

Pinandpuller


Pin, I don't know of a STRAT model that comes with a double coil (humbucker) in the bridge. I wouldn't want that, the bridge is the TREBLE SPOT.
Posted by: GUS | May 08, 2018 at 08:44 PM

It goes neck, middle and bridge, right? The closest to the saddle. They could be mods or newer models but I've never seen one before.

Have you ever played one with scalloped fingerboards?

Catsmeat

Behind as usual, but re Poe's house--very spooky, but it led me to wonder about how much he helped us form what spooky was. I'm also sorry that he was admittedly not a very nice person. This is true of several authors I admire, chiefly Waugh.

JMHanes, thank you not only for the above but for the Grosse Fugue--woke me up this morning!

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