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June 09, 2019

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Jane

Narc,

Those are amazing pix. It was a very high end helicopter and could land in the water, so I wonder why it didn’t. Sad for the pilot (I think)

Jack is Back (Again)!

MM,

Bellavia is DJ in Buffalo. LOL.

Narciso

If this was looking like a bad movie script its not an accident

https://mobile.twitter.com/SaraCarterDC/status/1138173499997134848

Jack is Back (Again)!

Jane,

Choppers are different than fixed-wing aircraft, once you lose any control or engine there is no gliding down to a water landing. You are totally screwed.

Narciso

Plus crosswinds between buildings, in that part of town

Narciso

Way to go Warren, make Kim more paranoid:

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.wsj.com/amp/articles/north-korean-leaders-slain-half-brother-was-said-to-have-been-a-cia-informant-11560203662

Captain Hate

Oberlin's musical school is still excellent. Some of the students play in the clubs I go to.

Narciso

Actually comes from a Bezos reporters book, Anna fifield. It's not unlike with rifaat Assad, security chief now living in marbella.

Jack is Back (Again)!

narc,

He was above the structures. Most likely updrafts but that doesn't help a mechanical problem.

Narciso

Probably and the short time span before the crash wouldn't suggest that problem.

Narciso

Previously they burned say Karzai brother before he was assassinated

Jack is Back (Again)!

narc,

No crosswinds above the structures at his altitude. Do you have a pilots license of any kind?

President-Elect Jim,SunnyvaleCA

Bellavia Medal of Honor story

https://www.armytimes.com/news/your-army/2019/06/07/this-soldier-is-about-to-be-the-iraq-wars-first-living-medal-of-honor-recipient/

Jack is Back (Again)!

Playing Durant.

Oh boy, this should be interesting.

Narciso

It's about time, it's a shame his name is not more widely known.

Jane

Jib,

Did you look at the route?

Jack is Back (Again)!

Jane,

What route? Makes no difference. If it was mechanical ( most likely ) you cannot control a chopper.

GUS

KK and I, shared a few messages this weekend.

oh and.

INDIVISIBLE.

Narciso

My eye sight was probably not good enough for a pilot's license

Jack is Back (Again)!

Jane to clarify if it was a hard landing as the reports (but I wait for the NSTA report, then again most likely, it was mechanical or pilot error. I go with mechanical. The route doesn't seem to have anything to do with it. And rain like in NY at the time should have no effect for a seasoned chopper driver.

Narciso

Of course if hes spent a decade living in Malaysia how much insight would he have into the younger Kim's operations, keep in mind their spymaster was the chief negotiator for 7 years.

Jack is Back (Again)!

I would love to see the Raptors win this thing just to reset the NBA. But I am off to bed. Slaap Lekker, tot morgen.

MissMarple2

Jordan SHREDS Dean over Michael Cohen contact

This Watergate coverup idiot (who pled guilty to obstruction) was DemRats key witness against @realDonaldTrump. Trump rightly referred to this scum as "sleazebag" & "RAT” 🐀

Jordan schools him w/ #Truths!💥pic.twitter.com/JcfTkNjlqD

— Black🕷Widow (@BlackWidow1928) June 11, 2019

Jim Jordan is a real warrior! Watch him go after John Dean!

Narciso

Even Bezos admits dean was a dry hole dang nabbit.

MissMarple2


BlueReaganite
‏ @Blue2Reaganite
3h3 hours ago

Jim Jordan
Matt Gaetz
Devin Nunes
Louie Gohmert
Mark Meadows
Doug Collins
John Kennedy

That's about all we've got folks. The rest are useless. 7 people.
=========================================
Anybody got any other names? I think he's listed all I could think of.

MissMarple2

Oops: Just thought of Dan Crenshaw!

President-Elect Jim,SunnyvaleCA

Glad that Jim Jordan spoke up.
Still, at this point I won't throw a hat in the air unless/until a Dem is indicted.
Don't care about conviction or length of sentence. Just want to see evidence brought out in court for all to see. Then, go from there.

<#TwoWeeks>

Narciso

It's a little larger than the Remington taskforce

Narciso

Well it's probably fake news:


https://www.nola.com/entertainment/2019/06/abortion-bill-could-prompt-ncis-new-orleans-to-leave-the-crescent-city-report.html&m_entry_id=Y6HQCTYIAJD6HDO556T2YE7D4Y&m_entry_author_username=mbscott

Captain Hate

Get the champagne ready, Toronto.

GUS

I loved it when Jordan said Dean "went to prison" and the clown Dean corrected him.

So this CRIME of which DEAN was convicted and Trump was never charged with or accused of lets DEAN walk, yet the POTUS should be impeached for NOT DOING IT.

Another Bob

Autorotation, Jack. But same as airplanes, you need altitude to trade for airspeed. And flying over Manhattan, due to the proximity of LGA, TEB, EWR and JFK, VFR traffic usually gets pushed to very low altitudes.

MissMarple2

Why John Dean today? This thread has some good answers.

https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1138218316135223301.html

Narciso

Yes it's very absurd, the proper parallel would be to Marc elias clinto staffer and atty for perkins and coie who paid fusion to put the dossier together.

Stephanie Nene Not Your Normal Granma

Jellenne‏ @jellen805
2h2 hours ago

"How do the Dems plan to pay for medicare for all?" -Gaetz
"What?"-Dean
"Well I figure if we're going to ask you about things you don't know anything about why not start with the big stuff?" -Gaetz
I'm ded.

Jane

Look at Narc’s link Jib.

Narciso

Dean is intriguing in the light of silent coup, which suggested a whole nother rationale for watergare they sued and the case was thrown out.

Narciso

Lol, he slapped him with a halibut.

Narciso

Of course goldsmith has been a weasel for 15 years, if not longer.

Another Bob

Pretty bad look for the Toronto fans though.

Let’s remember this the next time some Canadian condescension comes out way.

Ignatz Ratzkiwatzki

Sorry about the length of this. It's the text of that surgeon's essay in Esquire in 1976 about abortion. It's all the more powerful because he was not motivated by faith and saw something he didn't expect to see. Also because he is extraordinarily eloquent. If you haven't read the whole thing you should, regardless of your position.

What I Saw at the Abortion
A stirring—the liberal-minded doctor is troubled
January 1 1976 Richard Selzer

...There is the flick of that needle. I saw it... in that room, a pace away, life prodded, life fending off.
The doctor observed…the man saw...

I am a surgeon. Particularities of sick flesh is everyday news. Escaping blood, all the outpourings of disease—phlegm, pus, vomitus, even those occult meaty tumors that terrify—I see as blood, disease, phlegm, and so on. I touch them to destroy them. But I do not make symbols of them.
What I am saying is that I have seen and I am used to seeing. We are talking about a man who has a trade, who has practiced it long enough to see no news in any of it. Picture this man, then. A professional. In his forties. Three children. Lives in a university town—so, necessarily, well—enlightened? Enough, anyhow. Successful in his work, yes. No overriding religious posture. Nothing special, then, your routine fellow, trying to do his work and doing it well enough. Picture him, this professional, a sort of scientist, if you please, in possession of the standard admirable opinions, positions, convictions, and so on—on this and that matter—on abortion, for example.
All right.
Now listen.
It is the western wing of the fourth floor of a great university hospital. I am present because I asked to be present. I wanted to see what I had never seen. An abortion.
The patient is Jamaican. She lies on the table in that state of notable submissiveness I have always seen in patients. Now and then she smiles at one of the nurses as though acknowledging a secret.
A nurse draws down the sheet, lays bare the abdomen. The belly mounds gently in the twenty-fourth week of pregnancy. The chief surgeon paints it with a sponge soaked in red antiseptic. He does this three times, each time a fresh sponge. He covers the area with a sterile sheet, an aperture in its center. He is a kindly man who teaches as he works, who pauses to reassure the woman.
He begins.
A little pinprick, he says to the woman.
He inserts the point of a tiny needle at the midline of the lower portion of her abdomen, on the down-slope. He infiltrates local anesthetic into the skin, where it forms a small white bubble.
The woman grimaces.
That is all you will feel, the doctor says. Except for a little pressure. But no more pain.
She smiles again. She seems to relax. She settles comfortably on the table. The worst is over.
The doctor selects a three-and-one-half-inch needle bearing a central stylet. He places the point at the site of the previous injection. He aims it straight up and down, perpendicular. Next he takes hold of her abdomen with his left hand, palming the womb, steadying it. He thrusts with his right hand. The needle sinks into the abdominal wall.
Oh, says the woman quietly.
But I guess it is not pain that she feels. It is more a recognition that the deed is being done.
Another thrust and he has speared the uterus.
We are in, he says.
He has felt the muscular wall of the organ gripping the shaft of his needle. A further slight pressure on the needle advances it a bit more. He takes his left hand from the woman’s abdomen. He retracts the filament of the stylet from the barrel of the needle. A small geyser of pale yellow fluid erupts.
We are in the right place, says the doctor. Are you feeling any pain? he says.
She smiles, shakes her head. She gazes at the ceiling.
In the room we are six: two physicians, two nurses, the patient, and me.
The participants are busy, very attentive. I am not at all busy—but I am no less attentive. I want to see.
I see something!
It is unexpected, utterly unexpected, like a disturbance in the earth, a tumultuous jarring. I see something other than what I expected here. I see a movement—a small one. But I have seen it.
And then I see it again. And now I see that it is the hub of the needle in the woman’s belly that has jerked. First to one side. Then to the other side. Once more it wobbles, is tugged, like a fishing line nibbled by a sunfish.
Again! And I know!
It is the fetus that worries thus. It is the fetus struggling against the needle. Struggling? How can that be? I think: that cannot be. I think: the fetus feels no pain, cannot feel fear, has no motivation. It is merely reflex.
I point to the needle.
It is a reflex, says the doctor.
By the end of the fifth month, the fetus weighs about one pound, is about twelve inches long. Hair is on the head. There are eyebrows, eyelashes. Pale pink nipples show on the chest. Nails are present, at the fingertips, at the toes.
At the beginning of the sixth month, the fetus can cry, can suck, can make a fist. He kicks, he punches. The mother can feel this, can see this. His eyelids, until now closed, can open. He may look up, down, sideways. His grip is very strong. He could support his weight by holding with one hand.
A reflex, the doctor says.
I hear him. But I saw something. I saw something in that mass of cells understand that it must bob and butt. And I see it again ! I have an impulse to shove to the table—it is just a step—seize that needle, pull it out.
We are not six, I think. I think we are seven.
Something strangles there. An effort, its effort, binds me to it.
I do not shove to the table. I take no little step. It would be . . . well, madness. Everyone here wants the needle where it is. Six do. No, five do.

I close my eyes. I see the inside of the uterus. It is bathed in ruby gloom. I see the creature curled upon itself. Its knees are flexed. Its head is bent upon its chest. It is in fluid and gently rocks to the rhythm of the distant heartbeat.
It resembles ... a sleeping infant.
Its place is entered by something. It is sudden. A point coming. A needle!
A spike of daylight pierces the chamber. Now the light is extinguished. The needle comes closer in the pool. The point grazes the thigh, and I stir. Perhaps I wake from dozing. The light is there again. I twist and straighten. My arms and legs push. My hand finds the shaft—grabs! I grab. I bend the needle this way and that. The point probes, touches on my belly. My mouth opens. Could I cry out? All is a commotion and a churning. There is a presence in the pool. An activity! The pool colors, reddens, darkens.

I open my eyes to see the doctor feeding a small plastic tube through the barrel of the needle into the uterus. Drops of pink fluid overrun the rim and spill onto the sheet. He withdraws the needle from around the plastic tubing. Now only the little tube protrudes from the woman’s body. A nurse hands the physician a syringe loaded with a colorless liquid. He attaches it to the end of the tubing and injects it.
Prostaglandin, he says.
Ah, well, prostaglandin—a substance found normally in the body. When given in concentrated dosage, it throws the uterus into vigorous contraction. In eight to twelve hours, the woman will expel the fetus.
The doctor detaches the syringe but does not remove the tubing.
In case we must do it over, he says.
He takes away the sheet. He places gauze pads over the tubing. Over all this he applies adhesive tape.
I know. We cannot feed the great numbers. There is no more room. I know, I know. It is woman’s right to refuse the risk, to decline the pain of childbirth. And an unwanted child is a very great burden. An unwanted child is a burden to himself. I know.
And yet . . . there is the flick of that needle. I saw it. I saw ... I felt—in that room, a pace away, life prodded, life fending off. I saw life avulsed—swept by flood, blackening—then out.
There, says the doctor. It’s all over. It wasn’t too bad, was it? he says to the woman.
She smiles. It is all over. Oh, yes.
And who would care to imagine that from a moist and dark commencement six months before there would ripen the cluster and globule, the sprout and pouch of man?
And who would care to imagine that trapped within the laked pearl and a dowry of yolk would lie the earliest stuff of dream and memory?
It is a persona carried here as well as person, I think. I think it is a signed piece, engraved with a hieroglyph of human genes.
I did not think this until I saw. The flick. The fending off.
We leave the room, the three of us, the doctors.
“Routine procedure,” the chief surgeon says.
“All right,” I say.
“Scrub nurse says first time you’ve seen one, Dick. First look at a purge,” the surgeon says.
“That’s right,” I say. “First look.”
“Oh, well,” he says, “I guess you’ve seen everything else.”
“Pretty much,” I say.
“I’m not prying, Doctor,” he says, “but was there something on your mind? I’d be delighted to field any questions. . . .”
...There is the flick of that needle. I saw it... in that room, a pace away, life prodded, life fending off.
“No,” I say. “No, thanks. Just simple curiosity.”
“Okay,” he says, and we all shake hands, scrub, change, and go to our calls.
I know, I know. The thing is normally done at sixteen weeks. Well, I’ve since seen it performed at that stage, too. And seen . . . the flick. But I also know that in the sovereign state of my residence it is hospital policy to warrant the procedure at twenty-four weeks. And that in the great state that is adjacent, policy is enlarged to twenty-eight weeks.
Does this sound like argument? I hope not. I am not trying to argue. I am only saying I’ve seen. The flick. Whatever else may be said in abortion’s defense, the vision of that other defense will not vanish from my eyes. What I saw I saw as that: a defense, a motion from, an effort away. And it has happened that you cannot reason with me now. For what can language do against the truth of what I saw?

Narciso

Its within thr realm of possibility for then to pull it out

Btw my rental car has Georgia plates.

MissMarple2

https://www.axios.com/pennsylvania-swing-voters-arent-ditching-trump-in-2020-3ef8be2b-1e2c-4b5a-aca2-95790a5561eb.html

Looks like Biden isn't going to pull voters from Trump back to Biden.

Narciso

Yes it was the court ordered redistricting that makes it look competitive for them.

MissMarple2

pic.twitter.com/V8TxJ3KVLZ

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 11, 2019

Link goes to a Lou Dobbs clip (1 minute) about the Mexican deal.

MissMarple2

pic.twitter.com/RRcP8ZDy1e

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 11, 2019

Link goes to Lou Dobbs clip with Tom Fitton of Judicial Watch.

MissMarple2

The is a Periscope account I watch every day. Today he has the results of research in which he has found connections between Resist, 2 separate accounts on Twitter, Hollywood people, a retired VP from Twitter, and IBM's artificial intelligence group. He said he will provide documentation later in the week, because it has a lot of names and is a little bit hard to follow.

It begins at the 28-minute mark.

https://www.pscp.tv/w/1zqKVabyywMxB?t=5

Captain Hate

My eye sight was probably not good enough for a pilot's license

Is it corrected to 20/20?

President-Elect Jim,SunnyvaleCA

Pedophile scandal in UK

https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/462604/We-can-t-prove-sex-with-children-does-them-harm-says-Labour-linked-NCCL
'We can't prove sex with children does them harm' says Labour-linked NCCL
EVIDENCE has emerged that the views of the Paedophile Information Exchange influenced policy-making at the National Council for Civil Liberties when it was run by former Labour Health Secretary Patricia Hewitt.

MissMarple2


Rudy Giuliani
‏Verified account @RudyGiuliani
48m48 minutes ago

Martha MacCallum’s interview of Father Jonathan Morris’ reasons for leaving the priesthood was probing but still sensitive. Father Morris’ answers were agonizingly honest. Although not mentioned,they created a real question about the efficacy of the ban on priests being married.
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I missed this but will look up the video. I didn't realize that Father Morris had left the priesthood.

lurkersusie

What you learn at a family wedding, One cousins
daughter is US attorney under John Durham in Ct.
Another cousins son is a Marine One pilot. I knew that
his brother was a Maine One pilot for Bush and Obama.
Two other cousins sons are secret service agents. One assigned
to Melania the other Barron. Democrat side of the family but
very complementary of the Trump family.

Narciso

I would have never guessed that, miss marple.

Narciso

How about that suzy.

MissMarple2

Narciso,

In further weirdo news, get this!!

https://thehill.com/policy/defense/447749-former-trump-chief-of-staff-reince-priebus-officially-joins-navy
===========
This is a serious story with photos and everything.

Narciso

Well he was in the reserves and even went to the war college so it's not that surprising

MissMarple2

It’s now legal for kids to sell lemonade at stands.

We had to pass a law because police shut down a kid’s lemonade stand.

Thanks to ⁦@RepMattKrause⁩. #txlege #LEMONADE pic.twitter.com/xwfCob2nvV

— Greg Abbott (@GregAbbott_TX) June 11, 2019

Video at link.

MissMarple2

Narciso,

I didn't know he had been in the reserves or had gone to the war college. The things I learn!

Narciso

It was in an earlier profile, as chief of staff he was like willie Keith

lyle

I SOB’d, Ig. Because I read as much as I could stand from earlier today on that link. I was literally nauseous/nauseated [whichever].

On another note: go Raptors!

Steph Currie is my NBA MAP. The ‘A’ stands for annoying. Still glad I quit watching it years ago.

lyle

Dayum. lurkersusie has weighed in with some heavily cool anecdotes, lately.

I salute you, ma’am.

lurkersusie

My grandparents had 59 grandchildren. The 59 grandchildren
have 295 children. Hard to keep track of everyone.

MissMarple2

lyle,

I was in major SOB mode, too.

Narciso

Still quite remarkable

https://www.frontpagemag.com/fpm/273968/central-park-5-were-murderous-thugs-john-perazzo?fbclid=IwAR2phyQ8JUqD-1ERBZffwazJjhMaqTPrnrOOLrTPr9ATrVojOtHOxlZrdiY

lyle

I understood there would be no math!

Narciso

Looks like the warriors are going to pull it out

MissMarple2

I am heading to bed.

Nytol!

Ignatz Ratzkiwatzki

--Democrat side of the family but
very complementary of the Trump family.--

These days that's kind of like saying "we're from the Stalin side of the family but very complimentary of the Czar's family".

The progs have helpfully built a new closet for such people to live in...or else...

Narciso

Not necessarily, considering their record of service:

https://nypost.com/2019/06/10/david-ortiz-may-have-been-targeted-by-hired-killers/

Ignatz Ratzkiwatzki

--Looks like the warriors are going to pull it out--

Umm...

Narciso

Or not, that was my schrodingers ball theory

Ignatz Ratzkiwatzki

Umm...

Narciso

There are regime apologists everywhere:


https://herald.report/who-is-murtaza-mohammad-hussain-of-the-intercept/

Another Bob

“My eye sight was probably not good enough for a pilot's license

Is it corrected to 20/20?”

Only need 20/40 for the private pilot medical certificate.

Narciso

I still fall short,

Among the more ridiculous sources that the intercept relies on is this el baghdadi character whi still insists the Saudis hacked Bezos emails when his mistresses own brother admitted he handed the phone to the Enquirer

Stephanie Nene Not Your Normal Granma

We just got a call from the owners of one of Bijou's pups from the second litter. Angel got bitten by a copperhead today. $1100 and a bag of anti-venom and it appears she will be ok.

She was sent home about an hour ago from the vet, and she is still scared and sore and now hiding under the coffee table.

Why is anti-venom for dogs $600 a bag and for humans closer to $30K a bag?

Narciso

See if this works:

https://social.quodverum.com/interact/102247063615198429?type=reply

Narciso

Yikes stephanie

Ignatz Ratzkiwatzki

The epitome of groveling to progs.

Narciso

As crowder would say change my mind,

Narciso

Ah libel tourism like with the bin mahfouz the alamoudis the najim auchis I dint remember they were ever part of a suit.

Stephanie Nene Not Your Normal Granma

I know. Scary stuff. We have a creek about 50 feet north of our property and the dogs love to head towards that part of the property sniffing out smells. I dread the day they find a poisonous snake.

On a slightly more positive note, the red tail hawks and their babies are dropping rabbit and squirrel carcasses in the yard when they clean out their nest. Tippy gets all possessive and runs around the yard with them and rolls all over them. Thankfully, they are stripped and just bones. yuck! It takes 1/2 an hour and two people to get her back in the house; otherwise, she will sit in the backyard guarding the damn thing all day.

Ignatz Ratzkiwatzki

Had my own little pet escapade though much cheaper.
Chester was nosing around a piece of bark Friday afternoon, I thought.
When I bent down and looked it was a small bat with its wings/arms over its head. I poked at it with a stick and it opened its mouth slowly. Looked near death and Chet's rabies vaccine is up to date so I grabbed the thing with a ziploc bag and hove it in the garbozsh.
Started thinking about it today so I went to the vet who called animal control. They recommended a booster and they wanted the bat to test. So Chet gets his shot and I go fish the baggie out of the garbage. To my surprise the little brute is not only alive but much more active than previously. So I toss him in my truck and head off to animal control. Unfortunately he was crawling around in the bag so much I though he might chew his way out when I wasn't looking.
So, stopped by the vets on the way and asked for a small box to put him in. Told Sarah the cute office gal that I was visualizing driving down the road and having the creature pounce on my neck and render me non compos mentis and that if she saw me behaving oddly to pound a wooden stake through my heart. Finally got the little winged demon to animal control by which time looked like he had actually croaked.

The funniest part is Chester must have been worrying the thing in his choppers a bit because when I first found him messing with it there was a bunch of his drool on the walk and, heh, a decent sized bit of foam on his upper lip. I was pretty sure the incubation period for rabies is more than 15 seconds but it did give me a bit of pause at first.
$18 booster shot better than $1100 snake juice.

Narciso

Well we have a canal that runs through the development and occasional I've noticed a small snake doing the wooded path when walking yogi

So apparently relating scientific data is the one unacceptable or transgressive thing

Narciso

Apparently Tim ball was sued by mann, nearly 9 years ago.

Stephanie Nene Not Your Normal Granma

Yikes Ig! And yes $18 is better than $1100... and both out of someone else's pocket is better than mine.

Bijou's bout last summer with the irritable bowel set us back about $4K when it was all said and done including her stay at UGA, and it is still $150 a month just for her special food and prednisone.

Narciso

Maybe that's what's wrong with San Francisco, there was a Dracula series in the late 70s I think it was with Michael Nouri and it was set in that eran

Stephanie Nene Not Your Normal Granma

Brian Kolfage is reporting that the new wall's gate has been padlocked OPEN.

FTA: Jim Benvie, an independent reporter who has been documenting activity along the border to his Facebook followers, posted a video Monday evening explaining what had just taken place. He said the ACLU filed a lawsuit with the local Water Commission and the Bureau of Land Management. As a result, federal officers came and opened the gate, and put a padlock on it, preventing it from being closed.

Benvie said the gate had been built to provide access for Border Patrol agents, but confirmed that U.S. Border Patrol were not the ones who locked the gate open. He said Border Patrol would never do that. “They love this gate,” he said, adding that the gate was opened by the International Boundary and Water Commission.

Narciso

No good deed goes unpunished, like that cross in the desert.

Narciso

Smallest violin jeff:
https://www.nysun.com/national/twitter-turns-on-an-editor-whos-already-woke/90723/?fbclid=IwAR1ZMpSnbzcMSp-JhGMUedjy4vamttYBAn0k_HRgK_uFnD1NuU3DFrd-jJo#.XP7bBI27FDA.facebook

President-Elect Jim,SunnyvaleCA

If it was my property that lock would break.
"Hoocouldanode?" "Din doo nuffin"
And if they put it back it would break again.

Narciso

Reminds me of Chinatown except without the water in the reservoir

jim nj

JohnH,

Am I getting punchy by the morning? Woke up two days in a row at 8PM. Need to stop doing that.

I was watching local TV coverage of the helicopter crash at 11PM when they mentioned the address - 787 7th. Ave. That's the Equitable building. I worked there for 5 years when I was an employee at Schroeder $ Co.

Weather lady came on to explain at the time of the accident flight visibility at that height was about 1/4 mile due to rain and fog.

I don't think the accident was weather-related, but it may have interfered with the pilot's ability to put the bird down.

Narciso

What was it like working at j Schroeder, one comes across it in story about the Dulles bros but that is about 60 years before your time there.

jim nj

Narciso,

60 years ago the firm was known as Werthein & Co.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wertheim_%26_Co.

colorful history

jim nj

Wertheim & Co.

jim nj

https://www.businessinsider.com/what-happened-to-japanese-f-35-that-disappeared-in-pacific-2019-6

jim nj

https://hotair.com/archives/2019/06/10/mexico-might-adopt-safe-third-country-protocol-agreement-doesnt-work/

This belies today's press coverage.

anonamom

jim nj, you stay up a few hours later today than you did yesterday, and you'll be on my sleep schedule!

We are waking early here too, and MM did yesterday--like 2:30. Maybe it's got something to do w circadian rhythms and the lengthening days?

peter

narciso at 11:14, that $41m payout by DeBlasio was what was truly disgusting about the whole affair, besides of course the sickening violence

peter

I have a movie recommendation: The Party, 2017, directed by Sally Potter

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