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May 25, 2019

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Narciso79

I'm assuming the coolant is adequate, but it only happened in the last few days

Another Bob

Beat me to it TK. (I used to develop auto HVAC software.)

Narciso79

Maybe they want their own moonraker type fleet:

https://amgreatness.com/2019/05/22/the-deep-state-just-killed-space-force-and-endangered-us-all/?fbclid=IwAR2A5RMzoBwrdXZP58DQxkZ-YYqmf2KtTrzO-9ZDloZ0ORlZSnnqh-gwWr4

Narciso79

Is that expensive, in relative terms?

James D.

Marc @ 9:53

I’d vote for Hugo Drax.

Another Bob

If airflow is normal, my first guess is something blend door motor. Motor shot or wiring to motor.

Threadkiller

:-) AB.

Are the controls a bunch of useless buttons or is it just a few useless knobs?

Another Bob

Don’t know PT Cruiser well. Motor not crazy expensive, the labor could be. Need to defer to TK on that.

Another Bob

You asking Narc or me? LOL

Narciso79

Knobs mostly, not buttons.

Interesting about the original moonraker drax is a member of the nazi stay behind unit, it resembles the plot of the man from uncle film

Another Bob

Excellent point TK. ATC means electric motor, manual could mean cable.

(I didn’t see too many mechanical blend doors...)

Threadkiller

Pull you heater knob straight back and off the dashboard. Look at the back of it. It should look like a circle with a flat spot to index it to the nub that is on the dash.

If you see a crack, the knob has given up the ghost.

Narciso79

How about the cooling one?

Another Bob

I know you’re thinking it TK - “typical engineer”... ;)

Threadkiller

The PT Cruiser was an upscale Neon, AB. I think it is relatively bare bones under the skin.

Pulling dinner off the bbq. I'll check back later.

Threadkiller

:-)

rich

>>>Posted by: anonamom | May 25, 2019 at 09:35 PM

no grits! what sort of devilry is this?

Narciso79

I haven't had grits in a while, but I remember when I did.

MissMarple2

So, did any of us know there was a Faith Briefing at the White House?

Here is video of Michael Tait leading people in song.

https://alabama.thejoyfm.com/morning-cruise/home/2019/05/23/michael-tait-leads-worship-at-white-house-faith-briefing/

Another Bob

In my defense, I’ve lived decades of blaming the software first. ;)

Narciso79

It has taken 32 years for Lucas and now Abrams to destroy a beloved franchise.

Narciso79

Sorry 42 years, mind you I didnt see the original till nearly four years later on laser disk.

MissMarple2

Bedtime for me.

Nytol!

Narciso79

I really hadn't noted the hordes musical selections, until now:


https://youtu.be/J06yQb4lbPk

Tom R

First time I’ve see anyone make this point before.

https://twitter.com/prudro01/status/1132431223752732672?s=21

Ignatz Ratzkiwatzki

Apropos of nothing; it just occurred to me that Wallace Shawn's epic performance in The Princess Bride is a complete ripoff of Sylvester the Cat's in The Scarlet Pumpernickel.
Almost Bidenesque in its blatancy.

Ignatz Ratzkiwatzki

Bet it's the first time anyone saw the point I made at 11:45 too.

President-Elect Jim,SunnyvaleCA

Openness is a quality of a democracy. Secrecy is used by authoritarian regimes. The Trump Administration must make transparency a priority.
— Nancy Pelosi (@SpeakerPelosi) February 14, 2017

https://twitchy.com/dougp-3137/2019/05/25/she-must-be-delighted-look-what-nancy-pelosi-asked-trump-to-make-a-priority-in-2017/

Narciso79

You know I never thought of that, shawn is groton and yale so he probably thought it was an original thing

Narciso79

Obviously she doesn't mean about any govt operations just whatever they find embarassing about trump

jim nj

https://www.cnbc.com/2019/05/25/fiat-chrysler-and-frances-renault-plan-to-team-up-amid-changes-to-the-auto-industry.html

Early talks on a possible link-up, maybe a partnership. Could be more. Could be less.

Interesting, though, that both sides seem interested.

jim nj

Dueling articles today. Trump fell for Pelosi's trap. Pelosi fell for Trump's trap.

Somebody is wrong.

Narciso79

We're full up on crazy:

https://legalinsurrection.com/2019/05/star-treks-mr-sulu-actor-pondering-challenge-to-cocaine-mitch-mcconnell/

Narciso79

Man the dems are hepped up on those flowers from the trek episode with jill Ireland.

Ignatz Ratzkiwatzki

One of the best episodes narc. A two minute sample;
You belong in a circus Spock...

Narciso79

Yes the only to break ths spell, was to entage spock, and getting to him to feel guilty about emotion was the clue.

Ignatz Ratzkiwatzki

The Ferrari 275GTB Short Nose

And Long Nose, Beasts and I were talking about earlier;

Narciso79

Cool, what's their top speed.

jim nj

https://hotair.com/archives/2019/05/25/npr-decline-disability-rolls-might-mean-jobs-boom-real/

This shouldn't puzzle anyone. Filing for disability is a last resort for most people.

Another Bob

Re. that car merger talk, not really seeing how two second-tier OEMs improve themselves much by merging (or whatever they plan).

Consolidating production could make some sense, even more if they consolidate platforms.

Given current events I’d have to do some looking to see what China exposure they have and whether someone has some excess capacity somewhere.

But I just don’t see how “bigger” helps them.

jim nj

http://airforcemag.com/Features/Pages/2019/May%202019/US-Deploying-Additional-Fighter-Squadron-ISR-Aircraft-to-the-Middle-East.aspx

ISR - intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance aircraft

Narciso79

That explains a lot:

https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=12058818&fbclid=IwAR02-9ZgNrIVlBUR5TcMdl5mAhqoP4LmP3YXs4iFPwZVoFT2WKqqWgbY44Y

Ignatz Ratzkiwatzki

The Short Nose about 150mph.

The Long Nose, if it is a four cam instead of two, tops out at around 165.

Ignatz Ratzkiwatzki

The Short Noses were found to have a tendency for the nose to get light at high speeds.
The Long Nose was a redesign which alleviated the problem. Unfortunately IMO, it was not as attractive.

jim nj

AB,

The article points out they would be the largest producer of cars with a full merger. That may be, but I don't think that's the impetus either.

What I found interesting is that both parties admit to the talks and both seem interested in exploring ideas. I presume both see some ways they could cooperate.

I'm not an auto industry analyst either, but I assume one, or many, have looked at this and are advising both parties.

A lot of industry hook-up ideas come from investment bankers looking for fees. This may have already been gamed out.

jim nj

Narciso,

NZ seems to be worrisome lately for a lot of reasons including Chinese influence.

The "Five Eyes" should be looked at regularly, especially considering their likely contribution to the Trump dossier.

jim nj

Ford and GM have concluded that profit is more important than size.

jim nj

Lots of topics on today's thread I wanted to comment on, but forgot to jot them down.

Arlington National Cemetery I remember though, and agree that it should be seen by all.

Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and the changing of the guard is a must see. Custis-Lee Mansion and the graves packed so closely by that Robt. E. Lee never lived there again.

I walked it in my teens and still have memories. Now they have private company talking bus tours also.

Another Bob

Beyond a certain point size seems to make profit harder not easier, at least in that industry.

Pinandpuller

I'm afraid you've got Stage IV Cultural Decay, Ms Smith

A British behavioural scientist says women are happier in life when they are unmarried and childless.
And happiness isn't the only benefit for that group of the population - they also live longer than their married and child-rearing peers.

https://archive.fo/9SQ8V#selection-2235.0-2241.137

President-Elect Jim,SunnyvaleCA

Dang, Iggy, that 11:45 is sticking with me.
It's his voice. Vezzini should be more of an Italian accent not a Sylvester accent. Thuffering thucotash.

jim nj

AB,

I think at one time in the US. auto industry Company size equated to more profit, but that was a long time ago when each car actually sold for a profit.

Safety and emission regulations, foreign competition and really crappy workmanship took its' toll on the industry.

Fleet-wide MPG standards for individual firms were also unfair to US producers. Foreign firms had already captured the low MPG segment of the industry.

And the irony of that is that the UAW helped elect many of the people who wanted to impose those limits.

Pinandpuller

Hey jim, you know anything about the Newark cop indicted in the Police Activity/GTA crossover episode? Somebody referred to an all Black jury but is that really possible?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VULSkQ4YPV0&feature=youtu.be

Wild video shows Newark cop fire at vehicle, killing driver

Pinandpuller

Now that people can restore their voting rights in FL will there be such a thing as an all felon jury?

Pinandpuller

If it makes you feel better I think Wallace Shawn is a huge PDJT hater. Huge on the inside, like the TARDIS.

Adam Shatz: I’m very pleased and honoured to be sitting here with Wallace Shawn. Shawn is one of our great actors in American film and television, famous for roles he’s played in Manhattan and The Princess Bride, as well as in two great films with Andre Gregory, My Dinner with Andre and Uncle Vanya on 42nd Street, both of them directed by Louis Malle. Shawn is also one of our finest and most challenging playwrights. In The Fever, The Designated Mourner, and in his most recent play, Evening at the Talk House, Shawn has explored the sordid underbelly of Western privilege, the brutality and misery that make our lives possible and that we’d do anything not to think about unless we’re being entertained. Shawn has a new book, a terse, freeform essay that he calls Night Thoughts – a title that might just be applied to any of his writings which inhabit a nocturnal zone between reality and the world of dreams, or nightmares. His work has never seemed more urgent, more distressingly prophetic, because it’s always been acutely attuned to how easily civilisation slides into barbarism, and to the thin line between entertainment and cruelty – two topics we can’t avoid these days. Wally, it’s great to have you here.

https://www.lrb.co.uk/2017/08/17/lrb-podcast/trump-is-the-boot-man

jim nj

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/other/amazon-is-selling-houses-for-less-than-dollar20000-with-free-shipping/ar-AABKs0Z?li=BBnbcA1

They are rather small as you can imagine at those prices.

I remember my father telling me about homes you could buy from Sears in the last century. His aunt bought one. A freight train made a special stop near their lot which was adjacent to the railway and they dropped it off.

The things were stick-built, but everything was pre-cut with instructions and it fit together quickly. You still needed tradesmen for some of the work, but the time savings were enormous.

I watch "This Old House" like a religion and the new factories, as they have shown, are better than stick-built on tolerances and you can bolt a new custom-deigned home together in a few days.

caro

If you are of a certain age, you will love this. Many of us are.

https://youtu.be/iqVqcxt_4Rs

Tonight we were 10 feet from Toby singing this to us at the dinner/dance ending “The Clint”, Eastwood’s golf tournament in Carmel. ENR (hubby) played as a guest. Four days of golf at Clint’s club, Tehama. Three meals at Pebble Beach where US Open tents are up in anticipation. Remembering Clint and the empty chair.

Walking along the beach. Yeh. California.

jim nj

PIN,

That was all over the local news a few days ago. The cop walking outside the car claimed he saw a gun and opened fire into the car killing the driver.

There's much more to the story on the prior chase, but cops on the scene were telling him to shut-up as he relayed his story. I think the cops on the scene were trying to help him out. I believe they knew it was a bad take-down.

I don't know if this is the same video:
https://www.nj.com/essex/2019/05/grand-jury-indicts-newark-police-officer-who-fatally-shot-fleeing-driver.html

But it shows the cop getting out of the car three times to shoot. One or two aborted attempts.

Here's a video that includes the initial confrontation with another Newark cop.
https://pix11.com/2019/05/23/new-video-emerges-of-initial-confrontation-that-led-to-fatal-traffic-stop-shooting-by-rookie-newark-cop/

There is more coverage available, but I think the big issue is that he was a rookie.

I think he over-reacted and used deadly force when it was avoidable.

Any good lawyer defending him would make the Newark Police Dept. culpable in the young officer's actions. I see a failure in training and supervision right off the bat. Why did the officer driving the police car repeatedly let him out of the car to shoot at the fleeing vehicle.

Bottom line, the rookie should be charged. Should he spend time in jail? No, not unless they put every one who trained or supervised him in their too.

It's a really good question for Gentlejim. I mean he wasn't there and doesn't all the details, but the videos are pretty clear.

Pinandpuller


I've discovered the problem with your Air Conditioning

jim nj

https://www.msn.com/en-us/autos/autos-trucks/gm-engineers-hid-secret-tailgate-in-storage-room-for-2-years/ar-AABD6jU?li=BBnb4R5

Very innovative pick-up tailgate used on the Sierra. Fun story.

Pinandpuller

There was place in GA that sold kit homes. You pour a slab to spec and they bring you the house in pieces on a flatbed and raise it like the Amish.

Close as I could find
https://www.eagleridgebuildings.com/tiny

Pinandpuller

Two Standard Deviations:

A man has been charged with child rape after he was found by police in a hotel room with a missing 12-year-old girl, who he allegedly found online for sex.

Memphis police say Logan Willoughby, 36, was found Wednesday in a hotel room on the 3400 block of American Way with the girl. He has also been charged with solicitation of a minor.

https://www.commercialappeal.com/story/news/2019/05/23/missing-girl-found-memphis-child-rape/1204155001/

jim nj

PIN,

Godo example but we are no longer talking about small homes or double-wide mobile homes. They're now into multi-story hom4es.
some pictures from Bing:

https://www.bing.com/images/search?q=luxury+manufactured+homes&qpvt=luxury+manufactured+homes&FORM=IGRE

Almost anything is possible due to architectural CAD and wood-working CNC machine. Less waste, tighter clearances, climate-controlled, jigs that insure plumb, square and level, etc.

Even Tom Silva on "This Old House" vouches for them.

Pinandpuller

A Dyslexic Muslim with Insomnia:

CTV of Vancouver reported that numerous flyers had been posted at a local park which read, “Many Muslims live in this area and dogs are considered filthy in Islam. Please keep your dogs on a leash and away from the Muslims who live in this community.”
The city’s mayor was questioned about the signs by CTV and said they had not been issued by the city. However, he said “Whether they were produced by a well-meaning member of the Muslim community or by someone wanting to cause contention, the fact remains that there are current bylaws in place that enforce areas for dogs to be on leash, except in designated off-leash areas.”
The Stream.com’s John Zmirak reports that, as growing numbers of Muslims immigrate to non-Muslim countries, there have been similar calls to accommodate their cultural aversion to dogs.

http://archive.is/sDrZB#selection-659.0-677.185

jim nj

EU Parliamentary elections end today, Sunday, preliminary results expected 10:15 PM GMT.

Turnout has been shrinking for years. Highly motivated voters will have the edge.

Pinandpuller

https://www.philly.com/politics/nation/kushner-companies-gets-eight-hundred-million-dollar-federally-backed-apartment-loan-20190523.html

jim nj

Let's see how European polling turns out vs. the real results. Australia repeated? Could be very interesting. I wonder if there is a world-wide silent majority that hides their opinion from pollsters?

jim nj

Pin,

Standard practice in large real estate transactions. A buyer and seller agree to a price, the buyer looks for financing, or pays cash, the lender looks for insurance on the loan. If it meets criteria a govt. loan entity will back it.

No scandal here, although people will work that angle.

https://www.prospectplaceapts.com/

Here's one of the properties Kushner Cos. purchased as mentioned in the article.

Prospect and Summit Streets in Hackensack are littered with hi-rise apartment that are considered desirable buildings. They sit atop a ridge with views to the west and east valleys. They've held up well in the real estate market.

Pinandpuller


What the Zuck

jim nj

PIN and OL,

Hackensack is seeing an incredible re-development effort right now.

http://www.hackensack.org/Redevelopment

The building Dept. web-site lists many of them.

Right now, Hackensack is the new Hoboken, in terms of the number of developers and money being spent on new or re-habbed building.

And they are doing it the right way. No eminent domain. No taking of property. Just a re-zoning change to encourage the re-building of Main St.. And because we have a regional bus station and two commuter rail stations the town benefits from a state program that encourages building in transit centers.

If everything works to the developers expectations we will have 2,000 new housing units within 4-5 years.

Pinandpuller

I wonder if there's any connection between Jared's real estate deals and PDJT's immigration policies?

Pinandpuller

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-05-25/latest-gillette-ad-features-dad-teaching-transgender-son-shave-first-time

Pinandpuller

Rentals has to be good business in NJ. If you sell your house and leave they tax you, right?

jim nj

Here's the latest Hackensack building plan to be approved.

https://www.northjersey.com/story/news/bergen/hackensack/2019/03/21/former-record-headquarters-hackensack-nj-to-become-luxury-apartments-retail/2870963002/

654 residential units and retail.

MissMarple2

令和初の国賓としてお迎えしたトランプ大統領と千葉でゴルフです。新しい令和の時代も日米同盟をさらに揺るぎないものとしていきたいと考えています。 pic.twitter.com/8ol8790xWY

— 安倍晋三 (@AbeShinzo) May 26, 2019

Picture at link.

Translation:
It is golf in Chiba with President Trump who was greeted as the first state guests of the Japanese. I would like to make the Japan-U. S. alliance even more unwavering in the era of new Japanese.

MissMarple2


Donald J. Trump
‏Verified account @realDonaldTrump
6h6 hours ago

Great fun and meeting with Prime Minister @AbeShinzo. Numerous Japanese officials told me that the Democrats would rather see the United States fail than see me or the Republican Party succeed - Death Wish!

MissMarple2


Donald J. Trump
‏Verified account @realDonaldTrump
6h6 hours ago

Great progress being made in our Trade Negotiations with Japan. Agriculture and beef heavily in play. Much will wait until after their July elections where I anticipate big numbers!

MissMarple2

Great morning of golf with Prime Minister @AbeShinzo at Mobara Country Club in Chiba, Japan! pic.twitter.com/EZeJ8znS51

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 26, 2019

Four pictures at link.

jim nj

PIN,

Yes and no. If you downsize and buy you may have a tax hedge.

Federal tax law has options that may allow you to avoid a capital gains tax.

A lot of northeastern states are imposing taxes on housing when you move out of state. It's like an exit tax and more strict than Federal rules. I think Illinois is doing something similar. I haven't researched it, but presume they are taxing capital gain, without recognizing that you may be buying a comparably priced home elsewhere. The Feds allow that, sell a home, buy one for the same price, no capital gain.

The current Hackensack boom is due to rising rental costs in the the tri-state area.

The developers are building rental units, not co-ops or condos. They are betting that they can appeal to renters who find Manhattan, Brooklyn, Hoboken and Jersey City rentals over-priced.

I think they are right. Banks and developers must have done their homework.

Banks, typically, don't finance stuff unless they expect to get their money back.

jim nj

Clarce's Pieces:

https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2019/05/sweet_and_seemly_it_still_is_to_die_for_ones_country.html

MissMarple2

May is #MilitaryAppreciationmonth and #MentalHealthAwarenessmonth. We should use this opportunity to make a concerted effort to end veteran suicide. Our struggling veterans need our support. Check out https://t.co/tki66ISL3N to learn how you can make a difference. pic.twitter.com/OMF3YG1qED

— Rep. Dan Crenshaw (@RepDanCrenshaw) May 13, 2019

Video at link.

James D.

Bottom line, the rookie should be charged. Should he spend time in jail? No, not unless they put every one who trained or supervised him in their too.

I see no problem at all with that.

MissMarple2

clarice,

Beautiful Pieces this week. Thank you.

Buckeye

Thanks Clarice

Your piece jogged my memory to my childhood.

Even within families, there was a special respect for those who had served.

I remember my dad and his brother getting treated with a certain deference at family functions by their parents, aunts and uncles.

They left as high school boys and came home as conquering heroes.

MissMarple2

https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/washington-secrets/white-house-report-card-trump-lets-the-dogs-out-and-both-sides-are-barking

Manuel Transmission

Whew! Crazy week and just catching up.

First, this from Iggy:

An aggressive shark like Weissman has been around for years and to a not very competent cement head like Mueller he's just the kinda guy to hire to do all the hard lifting while I tote my empty briefcase around and cock my head in just the stern and oh so serious way I always saw Bob Stack and Efrem Zimbalist Jr do it when the paparazzi are around.

That exactly fits my gut sense of that useless POS.

Now off to read Clarice and about a hunnert tabs opened since last week.

jim nj

Clarice,

It's late for me. The sun is shining on my monitor, so I can't see it well, but I hope to respond later on how great your post was.

Buckeye

Real thunder buster in central and northern Ahia right now.

Looked out the window and there was an inch of water in the street, and a big bubbling mess at the storm sewer grate.

We lost power for about 10 seconds, just long enough to disturb every digital clock in the house:)

Captain Hate

Then there's this:

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/john-mccain-recited-names-of-dictators-during-trump-inaugural-senator-says/ar-AABVwLT?ocid=spartandhp#page=2

MissMarple2

My father enlisted in the Army in 1938, and his enlistment term was almost up when Pearl Harbor happened. He served 7 years, going overseas to North Africa and then Italy.

He was a tech sergeant in charge of a company that did repairs on everything except munitions. Consequently, he had tailors from New York, machinists from Chicago, mechanics from St. Louis, etc. These guys stayed together all through their overseas time.

When the war was over and they were discharged, they scattered all over the country. This was particularly hard on my dad, who had formed close friendships with them, and who had grown up as an only child.

I can remember a couple of the friends coming to visit him when we were little, particularly a guy who was on a motorcycle (a rarity in the 50's) and who drank a LOT of beer with my dad.

The War was something almost all of the fathers of my classmates had in common, as well as a good portion of my teachers. It was a different world.

anonamom

I agree with Arlington being a must do.

I walked it in my teens and still have memories. Now they have private company talking bus tours also.

We were there in April, and took the on and off bus tour. Ours was a SJW- w special emphasis on Black History tour. Not sure if they all are, or it was just our guide's choice--we were pressed for time, some did not get on and off.
Truly amazing to have ?85% of the graves pointed out to be that of a minority. (Military -wise. Women are not technically in the minority.) Not that their stories were uninteresting.

I would be very interested in returning with a private guide who knows military history and the cemetery and spend ing most of a day there though----it is truly hallowed ground.

Reaching the lake yesterday from the interstate caused us to drive past the township cemetery, which has flags marking all the veterans' graves. Good to see them honored.
And reminded me: the people who live here in this patch of flyover country didn't have to go buy a flag after September 11, 2001--they were already flying one.

Gentlejim

I’ll briefly address the NJ pursuit/shooting videos. I watched the body cam video and follow up video up until the final shots. Their tactics are no bueno. As far as making judgment on the fatal shooting, I’ll not make any. The officer does point out a gun in his body cam video. He was on a serious adrenaline high from the get go, which is no surprise.

Buckeye

The fact that Saint McCain watched the inauguration with Amy Klobuchar, Bernie Sanders and Chris Von Hollen, tells you what you need to know.

MissMarple2

Captain Hate,

I do NOT understand this constant claim that President Trump's "authoritarian" style is also a dictatorship.

It seems to me this "authoritarian" canard is simply because he has a strong personality and won't take crap off of the press or the Never Trumper think tanks. Big deal. I have been waiting my entire life to have a president like that.

The dictatorship charge is ridiculous. If he were a dictator, that border would be closed and we would have revamped healthcare policies. Obama was far more of a dictator, with his excessive use of executive orders and his ignoring of Congress.

Also, either Klobuchar is lying or McCain was even nuttier than we thought.

Buckeye

And reminded me: the people who live here in this patch of flyover country didn't have to go buy a flag after September 11, 2001--they were already flying one.

Always have at my house, except for special occasions when we fly the Gadsden flag. I find that is almost as effective as cleaning firearms outside on the patio table:)

MissMarple2

Tonight in Tokyo, Japan at the Ryōgoku Kokugikan Stadium, it was my great honor to present the first-ever U.S. President’s Cup to Sumo Grand Champion Asanoyama. Congratulations! A great time had by all, thank you @AbeShinzo!! pic.twitter.com/nwwxJl6KXH

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 26, 2019

Four pictures at the link.

Captain Hate

Also, either Klobuchar is lying or McCain was even nuttier than we thought.

McCain was a traitor which will be made clear to even his fatass daughter.

MissMarple2


Tom Fitton
‏Verified account @TomFitton
May 24

HUGE @realDonaldTrump declassification order may uncover #Spygate crimes; Ohr-Fusion GPS deleted Russia emails?;Yet another FBI Clinton coverup and ANTIFA radical ordered to pay $$$ to @JudicialWatch for frivolous lawsuit. Special Memorial Day JW Update! https://youtu.be/ynXVvHSjjco

MissMarple2

World Leader Selfie! #POTUSinJapan https://t.co/NhYFRcWJXk

— Sarah Sanders (@PressSec) May 26, 2019

Link goes to a picture tweeted by the Japanese PM.

MissMarple2

https://apnews.com/1a77fc00ca5f42afa806207474046d52?utm_medium=AP&utm_source=Twitter&utm_campaign=SocialFlow

Iraq offers to mediate in crisis between its allies Iran, US

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