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October 21, 2018

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Gerald

First?

--------peter

An especially nice Clarice's Pieces this morning, to accompany my coffee. https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2018/10/dnc_top_sekret_plan_for_midterms.html

henry

Also inconvenient and ignored, lots of jihadis shoot people. How about a little old wisdom:

“Sticks and stones will break my bones, but names will never hurt me”

The prog “words are violence” people need this blasted into their safe spaces.

henry

We live in a time when “conservative speech is considered violence and liberal violence is considered speech.”

@JohnJamesMI is the real deal, fighting to end the divisiveness & sees great things for ALL people from all parties. Senate today, White House tomorrow.@traceyshapiro

https://twitter.com/tracey1024/status/1053989719267258368?s=21

Extraneus

Sounds like a great trip, James. I was wondering if it might have been a little cold up there this time of year.

Bunky is now Savotage!!!

Read the article in breitbart about NPC. It’s a game changer

Jack is Back!

Your Latin Phrase of the Day:

Antonius ad Aegyptum iit, ubi Cleopatram vidit.

Think Richard Burton & Elizabeth Taylor:)

OT: I mentioned to Clarice on the other thread that the Democrat manifesto she found in the shopping cart was missing their dark tactic: Assasination!

The Ball Park shooter, a host of others referred to the SS, and lately our nutjob in Ronkonoma who wanted to kill 2 GOP Senators.

Bernardi Dr la paz

It's early and I don't think Digby has been particularly accurate:


https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/washington-secrets/trump-report-card-public-ignores-saudi-scandal-boost-president-to-polling-high

rich

lol ... so precious

>>>One morning last week I had to write to a young colleague in the environmental movement. He works in South America, he’d been getting death threats over social media and he was rightly alarmed.<<<

so a colonialist is telling the darkies how to live and some of the darkies don't like it ... then he prattles on, ensconced in white Vermont, about some intemperate comments at WUWT?

yeah ... as a plea for nonviolence and persuasion it ranks right among the greats.

(breaking into a facility and shutting down a pipeline isn't non-violent by-and-by regardless of what some trehuggers say).

Bernardi Dr la paz

They are getting a clue:

https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.ft.com/content/a4e40efc-d2ef-11e8-a9f2-7574db66bcd5

rich

nothing at WUWT yet either ...

Miss Marple

https://mobile.twitter.com/mike_Zollo/status/1052357019393544192

Go to this tweet and watch the attached video of an NBC reporter accompanying a GOP congressional candidate through a supermarket in a dem district. The shoppers give them an earful. I guarantee it will put a smile on your face!

boatbuilder

My local rag, The Hartford Courant, chooses to edify and entertain us with the wisdom of two of our finest minds in their Letters section on the Opinion Page:
One proclaiming that Jen Rubin is a "great reporter" (she is an opinion columnist) and a fine example of the balanced commentary that the Courant provides (this in response to criticism that Rubin is "no Conservative", which is manifestly true and which the writer makes no effort to refute);
The second from one Sara Walker of Manchester who bemoans the fact that as fall comes upon us it is no longer a good idea for women to walk alone in the park after 6:30, citing several murders which have occurred over the past few years. The reason this is not a good idea is because---you guessed it---Donald J. Trump! Because if she were to get killed by some predatory criminal while walking alone at night people might blame her for being incautious and that is (apparently) because Trump makes people hate each other. Or something.

I don't have an online subscription so I can't link. These people are self-evident morons. Yet the collective minds of the Courant's editorial board feel that theirs is the primary wisdom their readers should be hearing this fine Sunday morning.

henry

Miss M, that video comes with a Twitter content warning. No bias there.

sbwaters

Thank you for helping me, Clarice. I was ordering such thoughts for a pre-election editorial.

Dems are only serious about gaining control. They are unserious about the consequences of their proposals.

James D.

Ext, it was actually nice. Slightly chilly but I never needed more than a light jacket at any of the ports.

Extraneus

On topic!

CNN PANEL ON CONFRONTING LAWMAKERS IN PUBLIC: ‘THERE ARE BAD PEOPLE ON BOTH SIDES’

Turning the argument back to President Trump, Stelter said, “I think the problem with the core of this conversation is that we are living through an age of incivility led by President Trump.”

Stelter also invoked the Tea Party — suggesting that Trump was hypocritical to attack Democrats now if he wasn’t critical of conservative protests — but made no mention of the fact that conservative protesters had never confronted Democrats in stores or restaurants, disrupting their meals or driving them out of public places.

“The problem for the Democrats is that there is no person with equal stature,” Stelter continued. “Nobody as loud or effective as President Trump to push back on his ‘jobs not mobs’ rhetoric. It’s also propaganda, and he’ll say it over and over again until Election Day … We are seeing examples of this extreme behavior on both sides.”

Extraneus

Trump's 'very dangerous' decision to abandon nuclear accord has 'mankind facing full chaos,' Russia says

"We condemn the ongoing attempts by blackmail to achieve concessions from Russia," Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov told a state news agency. "This would be a very dangerous step."

Konstatin Kosachev, who chairs the foreign affairs committee in the Federation Council, Russia's upper house of parliament, wrote on Facebook that Trump's decision meant "mankind is facing full chaos in the nuclear weapons sphere."

And prominent Russian senator Aleksey Pushkov charged that Trump's move meant "United States is bringing the world back to the Cold War," saying the U.S.' withdrawal from the treaty would be a "massive blow to the entire system of strategic stability in the world."

James D.

Serious question: how is it that newspaper endorsements of candidates do not fall under campaign finance laws?

If I had the cash to buy a full page ad on the back page of the A section of the NYT and wanted to write all about why I think a particular candidate should be elected, I could t do it without jumping through s lot of hoops and reporting myself to the FEC and so forth and maybe I could t legally do it st all.

So why can the NYT take the entire inside back page of the A section to write all about why they think a particular candidate should be elected, and that’s perfectly legal and no hoop-jumping or reporting is required?

Miss Marple

Henry,

Seriously? A content warning. What a load of BS from the Twitter creeps!

Well, there is nothing offensive in that video unless you are a SJW snowflake. Or a democrat who thinks there will be a blue wave!

Extraneus

Miss M, that video comes with a Twitter content warning. No bias there.

That's really incredible. So Twitter has employees who watch all posted videos just in case they should be flagged? Wouldn't it be easy to sue them for doing this in an unbalanced way? I mean, that video was so tame it's almost unbelievable.

Extraneus

This is the 2nd day in a row that this headline is at the top of my NY Post RSS feed.

Thief swiped $1,700 bag from Gucci store at Trump Tower

What makes this so newsworthy?

JimNorCal

narciso's 9:43 has a pay wall

"Subscribe to the FT to read: Financial Times Jair Bolsonaro: Brazil’s flawed agent of change"

Another Bob

SBW on the previous thread: “She would be in trouble if the writer replied to the school’s email before the article was published because that would suggest the writer did read it.”

I suggest reporters are trained to understand those circumstances and practice certain strategies and tactics in dealing with sources and others.

Another Bob

JamesD, because First Amendment.

rich

>>>We are seeing examples of this extreme behavior on both sides.”<<<

it seems just like yesterday that that tea party dude who visited with Sen Cruz and Sen Lindsey then went on and shot at a bunch of dem congressman ...

rich

Posted by: Extraneus | October 21, 2018 at 10:00 AM

and i'd hazard a guess that most are here on h-visas too ...

Bernardi Dr la paz

A precis: bolsanaro is deplorable but he's addressing a real need, dang nabbit.

Jack is Back!

Oh, crap. Figure skating is back.

Extraneus

I like figure skating. Well, women's figure skating.

Jack is Back!

Remember, both I and Ex, posted about some nutjob in Ronkonkoma, Long Island, arrested for making threats to both Grassley and Collins?

Well, he was followed up but ths idiot, making terroristic threats against Lee Zeldin campaign staff. If anyone has Stetler's email, may want to send to him. I want to see his set of extremism on the right-side.

https://patch.com/new-york/smithtown/li-man-threatened-kill-supporters-zeldin-trump-police

Extraneus

Andrew Gillum’s Family Under Investigation; May Have Engaged in Voter Fraud

Less than a year before gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum publicly denounced President Donald Trump’s efforts to investigate the threat of voter fraud, Gillum’s brother, Marcus Gillum, voted in the 2016 general election in Tallahassee, Florida while a resident of Chicago, Illinois. According to Florida law, you must be a legal resident in Florida to vote in elections. Casting an illegal vote in Florida is a third-degree felony.

Andrew Gillum and his brother Marcus are close. Media reports indicate they have traveled together and attended sporting events together. Also, Marcus Gillum has been caught up in the FBI investigation involving possible corruption in Tallahassee, Florida.

Leon County voting records show Marcus Gillum voted by absentee in the 2012 general election, absentee in the 2014 primary election, and early voted in the 2016 general election.

But the trouble is, months before he cast that 2016 ballot in Florida, Marcus Gillum, in an affidavit for an unrelated court case, swore under oath he was a resident of Chicago.

Another Bob

Ext, check back when there’s a prosecution.

Nobody cares.

Extraneus

What's with these old libs losing it, Jack? Fear of dying before they reach the totalitarian promised land?

hoyden

from prev thred, MT, "Definitely keeps you intimately knowledgeable about the machine."

That is one of the nice benefits I get helping out with the inspection. I may not enjoy it like you, but I recognize the value.

hoyden

from the Breitbart NPC article,

https://www.breitbart.com/tech/2018/10/16/what-is-the-npc-meme-liberals-rage-at-cartoons-mocking-their-scripted-thoughts/


Another Bob

In the “odd, not odd” category...

The “preexisting conditions” thing is apparently a poll-tested issue for the libs. Been in multiple states recently and see it showing in attack ads everywhere.

I wish someone would explain the concept of insurance to them.

Captain Hate

The NPCs hate to look in the mirror.

Momto2

Preparing to discuss Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, I came upon this drivel:

"The Gawain poet had never heard of climate change and was not a prophet anticipating the onset of global warming. But medieval society lived hand in hand with nature, and nature was as much an enemy as a friend."

Egads, it's everywhere!

jimmyk on iPhone

“I wish someone would explain the concept of insurance to them.”

Don’t expect the GOPe to do that, since they are complete cowards on this issue.

Extraneus

Saudi crown prince is 'gonna have to be replaced' amid 'insulting' explanation for Khashoggi's death, Rand Paul says

"I feel certain that the crown prince was involved and that he directed this," Paul told host Chris Wallace on Sunday. "And that’s why I think we cannot continue to have relations with him. And so I think he’s gonna have to be replaced, frankly."
Extraneus
"I’m not even calling for sanctions really against Saudi Arabia, in general. I don’t think we should quit trading with Saudi Arabia. I think we should specifically quit aiding and abetting them in an aggressive war in Yemen ... where tens of thousands of civilians are being killed. It’s about them spreading hatred of Christians and Jews and Hindus throughout the world."

He continued: "I don’t think we need the Saudis; the Saudis need us much more than we need them. We have incredible leverage: Their air force is entirely American planes. They can’t last a couple of months without parts and mechanics to help run their air force. We train their pilots; they are completely dependent on us. We need to tell them to behave."

Separately, Paul criticzied Trump's decision to pull out of a decades-old nuclear agreement with Russia, calling it a "big, big mistake." Britain has voiced support for the Trump administration's decision, saying Russia had been violating the arrangement for y ears.

Extraneus

Dem Mayor Hints He Will Soon Decide About Running For President In 2020

BY: Jeffrey Cimmino Follow @jeffcimmino October 21, 2018 10:24 am

The Democratic mayor of Los Angeles indicated he is seriously considering a run for the presidency in 2020. Eric Garcetti said he will likely make a decision in the next two months as to whether he will run during an appearance on CNN's "State of the Union."

"Well, first and foremost I'm having important conversations at home, but I'm mostly focused in the next sixteen days at making sure we have a Congress," Garcetti said in response to a question about his decision-making process by anchor Jake Tapper. "Because President Trump isn't on the ballot, but a Congress that enables him is, that seems to be either bullies, brown-nosers, or bunglers, folks who are either kissing up to the president, folks who are mirroring his bullying, or folks who are just ineffective at getting anything done.

"But I'll make a decision probably in the next couple months, and I do hope whether I do or not that mayors do look at this," Garcetti continued.

In April, Garcetti traveled to Iowa to meet with local officials, firefighters, activists, and others, fueling speculation that he was laying the groundwork for a 2020 presidential run. He also claimed "California is the same as Iowa" before making the trip.

henry

Gee Rand, when did the Clinton Foundation buy your soul?

Captain Hate

Rand Paul on foreign matters is indistinguishable from his nutty father.

jimmyk on iPhone

Rand is always unreliable on foreign policy. I can understand a non-interventionist bias, but supporting one-sided adherence to a treaty is odd.

jimmyk on iPhone

Or what CH said.

The Infamous Ignatz

Should I change my avatar?

henry

Sure Iggy. That works too.

Beasts of England

I could use about fifteen degrees of global warming this morning. Brrr...

The Infamous Ignatz

"We have incredible leverage" and "And so I think he’s gonna have to be replaced, frankly" don't sound too non interventionist to me.

henry

beasts, 25 this morning. Based on the wooly caterpillars I’ve seen this year, glaciers will return this winter.

The Infamous Ignatz

I don't think so, henry. What little joy Ben has would be doused because IgNPC doesn't work nearly as well as Ignazi.

Extraneus

Click, click, click.

What a douche.

jimmyk

don't sound too non interventionist to me.

I read him as saying, primarily, we shouldn't be providing aid to them, or taking sides, and if we were neutral they wouldn't be able to do bad stuff. But yes, he falls back on the notion that because we do aid them, we should be able to pull the strings. I think he'd prefer the first approach, though.

Beasts of England

46° here, henry. Thanksgiving is the goal for unpacking my long britches, and I hate to break the streak... 🦃

Extraneus

BREAKING: Man Steps Forward with Sexual Assault Allegations against Sen. Cory Booker — With Lawyer’s Response to Gateway Pundit

The man claims Booker came to his workplace to speak, met him as he was coming out of the men’s room, and then pulled him back into the restroom and sexually assaulted him.

The young man is a gay man and Democrat. The man tells a very detailed analysis on what took place at his work.

The man says he reached out to Ronan Farrow but the #MeToo reporter did not show much interest in his story.

The Gateway Pundit reached out to his attorney and we have have her response below.

Hard to read the response, which is pics and not text.

Jack is Back!

The FULL COMMIE douche, Ex!

sbwaters

I suggest reporters are trained to understand those circumstances and practice certain strategies and tactics in dealing with sources and others.

I don’t believe that. But I don’t know what happens at the NYTimes and WaPo.

Extraneus

After zooming the page, the pics are the gay guy's detailed description of Spartacus's moves.

sbwaters

Momto2, from my book, the chapter On exploring character:

“Literature uncovers interesting observations about virtue. In Sir Gawain and the Green Night, Gawain represented the ideals of the Round Table. The tests of desire and the fear of death faced in Gawain are the same tests that Buddha faced.

“The medieval pentangle stood for the five chivalric virtues: fidelity to others, promises, principles, faith, moral righteousness, and personal integrity. Elsewhere they are recorded as generosity, loyalty to and love of others—sometimes called piety, temperance or freedom from lust, courtesy, and benevolence.”

“Is there overlay in what different cultures consider virtues?
“That’s a fair question. Confucian virtues were very similar to those of Socrates in ancient Greece or Mohandras Gandhi in India—wisdom, justice, moderation, courage. Are there universal human values that stand up to scrutiny better than the virtues? And how do you know the virtues you’d teach are true virtues? What about wealth or fame? Are they virtues?”
“That’s ad hominem. The real question is ‘What is character and how do you get it?’ Virtues have been described as those traits a culture values. Our job is to discover them.” ...

Jane

Speaking of Andrew Gillum. He's corrupt and a socialist. If you calculate the cost of the programs he is espousing, Florida would have to raise their sales tax to 37%. He's the mayor of Tallahassee and has turned it to the most crime ridden city in the state. And he is leading DdeSantos by 1%.

Jane

If Wyoming’s A Bellwether, Dems Could Be In For A World Of Hurt: Thousands Switch Party Affiliation To GOP

Post Kavanaugh hearing.

Via BPR:

It’s getting harder to see the blue wave Democrats have been predicting would be coming for the November midterm elections.

And in Wyoming, it seems the only wave they have witnessed is a red one.

In the weeks leading up to the state’s primary election on August 21, over 12,000 voters changed their party affiliation. A staggering number of those changes were to the Republican Party, County 10 reported.

According to data released by the Wyoming Secretary of State’s Office on Thursday:

12,509 persons in total changed their party affiliation between July 6th and September 20th:

6,057 Democrats changed and registered as Republicans;
4,355 Unaffiliated persons changed and registered as Republicans;
744 Unaffiliated persons changed and registered as Democrats;
477 members of the Constitution and Libertarian parties changed and registered as Republicans;
430 Republicans changed and registered as Democrats; and
296 persons of various parties changed and registered as Unaffiliated.

The report did note, however, that 701 of those people changed their party affiliation again, re-registering back to their original 2018 party affiliation


https://www.bizpacreview.com/2018/10/19/if-wyomings-a-bellwether-dems-could-be-in-for-a-world-of-hurt-thousands-switch-party-affiliation-to-gop-685106?utm_source=Newsletter&utm_medium=BPR%20Email&utm_campaign=DMS

The Infamous Ignatz

As usual the dumb projecting bastard is wrong.

Jack is Back!

Sunny, windy, cold. Fireplace is roaring.

As much as I would like to believe the Booker story, I dismiss all he said/he said or he said/she said stories since Kavanaugh. Then you have the Ronan Farrow factor, and The New Yorker. If its not a cartoon, I don't read that rag.

One minor exception is when John McPhee has an article.

matt - deplore me if you must

Be very wary if a Democrat gives you a ball park estimate. And be armed.

The Infamous Ignatz

--In the weeks leading up to the state’s primary election on August 21, over 12,000 voters changed their party affiliation. A staggering number of those changes were to the Republican Party, County 10 reported.--

Dems; why walk away when you can run?

Bernardi Dr la paz

As our friend Dave in Boca used to say you'd love crown Prince Ahmed, not he's a chip of the Hamas loving fathers block.

Who is next in line to chair foreign relations.

Bernardi Dr la paz

I pointed out how the offspring of the fellow who was the financier in the messenger seems to be doing gangbusters on the cover of vogue

Her brothers not doing so well as of July, the father was part of the golden chain, who lavished attention on certain up and coming pols.

Extraneus

Booker's position is to believe the accuser. In his case, I take that same position.

Notice the guy didn't want to accuse Booker of being gay.

"To be clear, I'm not making any suggestions contradicting Cory Booker's public stance on the nature of his sexual orientation. In my experience, straight men are fairly non-discriminating in terms of their receptiveness to the prospect of oral sex."

LOL. Who believes that?

Booker is obviously gay.

(Click to open.)

maryrose

Clarice
Loved your article today!
Thank you for your weekly contribution to the truth.
It is wonderful to read you each week and to gain all the knowledge we need for the days to come.
I greatly appreciate your posts and your grasp on current political happenings.

maryrose

Booker will now get a taste of the medicine he dished out to Kavanaugh.
I hope it derails him for 2020.

Beasts of England

'In my experience, straight men are fairly non-discriminating in terms of their receptiveness to the prospect of oral sex.'

'See that bridge over there? I built it. But do they call me Bob the bridge builder? No. Ya let one guy give you...'

Jack is Back!

If only.........

For Ledge, Verandah, and Cruise dwellers: LOL

https://video.twimg.com/ext_tw_video/1037149396339712000/pu/vid/1280x720/DwDQDAcsyl5nMscd.mp4?tag=5

maryrose

Big fight breaks out in Lakers / Rockets game last night.
LeBron in Cleveland never had to deal with this.

maryrose

JI B;
That video made my day!
Thanks!

Extraneus

That's a keeper, Jack!

Eye Doctor .

DAG Rosenstein Must Answer, “What Crime the Mueller ‘Witch Hunt’ Was Created to Address?” If He Can’t He Should Be in Jai
https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/10/dag-rosenstein-must-answer-what-crime-the-mueller-witch-hunt-was-created-to-address-if-he-cant-he-should-be-in-jail/

Clarice Feldman

Thanks again.

jimmyk

So Booker went on the 'down low'? Big surprise. But assault is another thing entirely. Believe the victim. Booker is toast. Well, he's a Democrat, so maybe it's just another feather in his cap.

Old Lurker

A-Bob: “I wish someone would explain the concept of insurance to them.”

Jimmy: "Don’t expect the GOPe to do that, since they are complete cowards on this issue."

A-Bob knows that to more than half the population, "Insurance" means somebody else pays for everything I need. Textbook definitions going all the way back to sailing ships expanding the markets for all producers by "inventing insurance" have long long been replaced by the government defining it for healthcare, or for hurricane coverage, or for auto insurance and all the other risks of life.

Jimmy also knows that, as Codevilla be be quick to say, it is not the the R's lack the courage to "splain it", they don't really believe in it themselves, preferring my definition above, which is the Uniparty Platform.

Extraneus

I didn't see the assault in the guy's description of what happened, not that I know what the word means anymore. Just an attempt to take advantage of a groupie.

Clarice Feldman

https://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2018/10/the-polls-are-useless.php
why the polls are useless--go with the evidence of your own eyes

Old Lurker

"Trump’s most significant legislative accomplishment has been the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, which cut taxes for most Americans but overwhelmingly benefited corporations and the wealthy. Despite his and the Republican Party’s efforts to sell the bill, it’s not popular with voters, and most Americans say they don’t see it in their paychecks..."

Then most people will be delighted to learn that it was only a temporary tax bill that sunsets in 2026, the effects of which will begin years before that as long term thinkers make new plans for the coming return to the old laws.

Oh. And anybody who can not point to all the astounding economics statistics which promptly followed the passage of that bill and can not "sell" that cause and effect to "most people", and who cannot suggest to those people that "Cause:Effect" works precisely in both directions.... needs to get out of Sales.

Old Lurker

"But assault is another thing entirely."

I thought assault was a crime only for white, straight men?

jimmyk

I didn't see the assault in the guy's description

Yeah, it wasn't so clear, but there were words like "pushed" and "pulled" to describe Booker's actions. If it were a woman the presumption would be that she couldn't defend herself, but this guy didn't seem to offer much resistance. Still, by the prevailing #MeToo standards, there was no signed consent form, so....

I thought the most interesting thing was this:

The man says he reached out to Ronan Farrow but the #MeToo reporter did not show much interest in his story.
Bernardi Dr la paz

That was mullah mckibbin lol,

jimmyk

In the "Questions No One is Asking" category:

The Associated Press ‏Verified account @AP

Amy Schumer won't appear in Super Bowl ads this time around in support of Colin Kaepernick.

I would like to announce that I too will not appear in Super Bowl ads. It's a principled stand.

(I also thought it was a poorly written tweet, as my first reading was that it was referring to ads in support of Kaepernick. But it's only the AP so why expect good writing.)

Kevlar Kid

So Coercive Corey Booker is a sodomite? Is there evidence to support the allegation?

We should ask Sweet Cheeks Harris about this.

She'd no doubt be into watching that kinda berzerko. Was one of the more "vishh-iss" rumors about her while she did her gig in FudgeTown Frisco.

DC is a disgusting mess. Do we have the Moslem Knights to thank for that too?

Momto2


Momto2, from my book, the chapter On exploring character:

Thanks,SBW - I have your book and will refer to it. I want the students to discuss character and virtue. What qualities did Arthurian chivalry promote? What character qualities do our current books and movies promote?

If I had to choose one thing I hope my students walk away with it's the habit of asking themselves, "What is the worldview of this author/filmmaker? What is their motivation in writing this? What do they want me to think?"

I found it a tremendous stretch to inject global warming and climate change into Sir Gawain. This was from an award winning Oxford Professor of Poetry.

Beasts of England

'He [Spartacus] then put his left hand on my groin, over my jeans and began to rub.'

I've been told by my betters that this is attempted rape, not merely assault.

Jane

JIB,

Can I post that on Facebook?

Kevlar Kid

I find nothing of value in Kombucha, Clarice.

And the Lefties here in Berzerko who swear by it live on probiotic capsules, yogurt and stool softener (typical conversational fare at a dinner gathering after their wine consumption goes over two flagons of the red stuff).

Not a great testimonial really. They're still full of shitake.

Jack is Back!

Jane,

Have at it. Got it from one of my USNA guys.

Eye Doctor .

2020 bumber sticker "Bathroom Booker"

henry

Some Iranian TV reporter was just assassinated in Instanbul. News st 11. (Narr: will not be on news):

https://twitter.com/lizsly/status/1054039979591118853?s=21

Momto2

I'm sure we all see virtue and examples of chivalry in the followers of Mohammed today. /sarc


Jack is Back!

henry,

Read the comments. Its 18 month old story.

Eye Doctor .

He survived. I believe him!

Bernardo de la paZ

One way of looking at Yemen 'they've been fighting there, since the beattles were in hamburg'

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