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April 14, 2020

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Melinda

Indeed there is a new thread!

Old Lurker

Hi Mel.

Old Lurker

If anybody has extra thumbs that need twiddling, please send them to me.

Getting bored here.

Melinda

Guten Morgen, OL.

Hoft has Joe DiGenova clip that says Brennan is the front focus:

https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/04/breaking-john-brennan-main-focus-durham-investigation-intel-officers-already-testified/

Melinda

Then I won't mention the JPress warehouse sale...

Old Lurker

Ho Hum.

Old Lurker

My Northern Tool catalog arrived yesterday, so there is that.

Melinda

Well that's not something you see every day:

Jason Reid

You mean Jason Kolsevich?

https://marrieddivorce.com/tv-celebrity/paula-reid-married-parents-salary.html

https://edailybuzz.com/2020/02/19/paula-reid-cbs-wiki-husband-age-birthday-salary-net-worth-wedding-children-education/

https://www.waterstreetpartners.net/blog/managing-strategic-partner-relationships-five-steps-to-success

Rocco

Good morning,

Stats for MA as of yesterday.

https://www.mass.gov/doc/covid-19-cases-in-massachusetts-as-of-april-13-2020/download

Jack is Back!

OL,

You can't afford Grainger?

Old Lurker

Grainger is my all time best catalog ever, Jack.

I have been known to flip through every single page of it.

I await its arrival with the same excitement I had as a teenager when the Sears hardware catalog would come.

Jack is Back!

In re: The subject map.

Now let's overlay by state and locale the percent of population or per capita that have underlying conditions like age, obesity, diabetes, and ethnicity. Won't be PC but it will explain NY/NJ, Detroit, Chicago and NoLa.

Extraneus

Majority of Democrats Want Bailout for Illegal Immigrant Poverty

Melinda

David Roberts @drvox
9h
This 2016 quote from @MickMulvaneyOMB, then a Republican member of the House, remains one of the most remarkable & revealing things you will ever read. nymag.com/intelligencer/…

Economic Man
@EconomicManBlog
Replying to @drvox @markbspiegel @MickMulvaneyOMB
The Trumpification of people like Mulvaney, most of the Republican Party and the entire Tea Party movement is one of the most disgraceful things ever.

https://twitter.com/EconomicManBlog/status/1250061125242191873

[They learned nothing.]

Melinda

Baited him into it:


Comfortably Smug @ComfortablySmug
1h
If Obama endorses Biden today it's proof Biden is that shaky a candidate.

Became obvious when Bernie endorsed him before Obama did. Clearly Biden campaign called Obama like please for the love of God endorse us, our campaign and candidate are on life support.


Comfortably Smug
@ComfortablySmug
HAHAHAHAHAHHAH

twitter.com/JesseRodriguez…

Jesse Rodriguez @JesseRodriguez
NBC News: Former President Barack Obama will endorse his former vice president Joe Biden in a video to be released this morning

https://twitter.com/ComfortablySmug/status/1250060388898570241

Captain Hate

You can't fix stupid and cowardice, Mel.

Neo

Brendan Carr, a commissioner of the Federal Communications Commission, addressed the aftermath of the FCC’s decision to end net neutrality decision during an appearance on Breitbart News Sunday. Carr claimed that internet speeds have increased by 70 percent since the net neutrality decision.

Jim,SunnyvaleCA,USA

Don Surber is back.
Joins the push to reopen


https://donsurber.blogspot.com/2020/04/highlights-of-news_14.html
By the way, note item 10, side effects of HCQ reported for people on blood pressure meds

Melinda

Club Darwin offers a service for that.

Extraneus

Rep. Justin Amash says he is looking 'closely' at presidential run

The former Republican says 'Americans who believe in limited government deserve another option'

Captain Hate

Finally, some really great news!

@nypost

Vox Media reportedly plans to furlough 100 workers this week https://trib.al/mQiiZxV
Posted by: Tami at April 14, 2020 10:11 AM (cF8AT)

Apparently buzzfeed is also in trouble. After being set to finally be profitable for the first time this year.


Oh and Disney just took another $5 billion loan.
Posted by: Buzzion at April 14, 2020 10:13 AM (G2zl5)

Neo

“The next one to two months will be the most difficult time for China’s consumer finance industry since its formation,” said Xu Xiang, researcher who specialises in consumer finance at Tsinghua University’s Institute for China’s Economic Practice and Thinking in Beijing.
https://www.scmp.com/business/china-business/article/3079307/chinas-us1-trillion-consumer-loan-bubble-bursting-army

Momto2

Thought this might give you a laugh:

Sent By an Anonymous UPS Driver

1) Steve: He has been waiting for this moment his whole life. He has been drinking boilermakers since 10:00 am in his recliner and his AR is within arms reach. He has 6 months provisions in the basement and a bug out bag due west buried in the woods. Steve demands a handshake as I give him his package. He's sizing me up as I deliver his ammo. Steve will survive this, and he will kill you if he needs to.

2) Brad: He is standing at his window wearing skinny jeans and a Patagonia t-shirt. He is mad because there were no organic tomatoes at Whole Foods today. He points at the ground where he has taped a 6 ft no go zone line from his porch. I leave his case of Fuji water, organic granola bites, and his new "Bernie Bro" hat at the tape. Brad will not survive.

3) Nancy: She has sprayed everything with Thieves oil. Bought all the Clorox wipes, hand sanitizer, toilet paper, meat, and bread from the local grocery chain. She has quarantined her kids and sprays them with a mixture of thieves, lavender, & mint essential oils daily. She has posted every link known to man about "The Rona" on her social media. She will spray you if you break the 6 ft rule. I will leave her yet another case of toilet paper. She will last longer than Brad, but not Steve.

4) Karen: She has called everybody and read them the latest news on "The Rona". She asked for the manager at Food Lion, Walmart, Publix, McDonald's, Chi-Fil-A, and Vons all before noon demanding more toilet paper. Karen's kids are currently faking "The Rona" to avoid her. I'm delivering "Hello Kitchen" to her. Karen will not survive longer than Brad.

5) Mary: Is sitting in the swing watching her kids have a water balloon fight in the front yard as she is on her fourth glass of wine. She went to the store and bought 2 cases of pop tarts, 6 boxes of cereal, 8 bags of pizza rolls, And a 6 roll pack of toilet paper. There is a playlist of Bob Marley, Pink Floyd, and Post Malone playing in the background. I'm bringing her second shipment of 15 bottles of wine in 3 days. Mary will survive and marry Steve. Together they will repopulate the earth.

James D.

this one's primarily for narciso...

My hopes for the Dune movie being actually good are sinking:

https://io9.gizmodo.com/our-latest-look-at-dune-reveals-some-timely-changes-fro-1842858038

Neo

In January of this year, weeks after the coronavirus was first reported in China, the Wuhan Institute of Virology applied for a patent on a US drug, Remdesivir, used to treat coronavirus infections.

Remdesivir is used for the treatment of Ebola and coronavirus infections. The drug showed early success in Washington state treating the coronavirus outbreak near Seattle.

Rocco

Is it true that the CIA bought Disney the land to build Disney World? Myth or fact?

Nice day to burn brush, cya when the fire's out.

Jim,SunnyvaleCA,USA

"Waffle House Index" explained.
https://donsurber.blogspot.com/2020/04/my-plan-to-re-open-america.html

Rocco

Before I go Dr Shiva makes a great point about being outside in the sun because it's beneficial to boost vitamin D. Busting people for outside activities alone or in small groups practicing social distancing does more harm than good.

Melinda

Rocco-

Disney's answer?

Iger takes back over the reins after a few weeks of "transition" to a new CEO and, oh, yes, Silence.

Neo

CNN anchor Chris Cuomo says his COVID diagnosis has made him rethink his career: "I don’t like what I do, professionally, I’ve decided … I don’t value indulging irrationality, hyper-partisanship. I don’t think it’s worth my time anymore.”
https://mobile.twitter.com/alexsalvinews/status/1249959716475662342

Rocco

Mel, some jamoke posted a vid called out of the shadows by a former stunt man who suggests that the cia manipulates what we see in Hollywood and the media. He talks about operation mockingbird and suggest that some in the media are still being paid by the CIA. Very interesting until he got into pizzagate when I stopped watching, but up until then I was riveted. So I ws wondering if there's any truth to that disney/cia claim. I'm out.

Rocco

"Out of Shadows"

lyle

who suggests that the cia manipulates what we see in Hollywood and the media.

Seeing how I never watch pretty

Melinda

Nope, no shaping of the stories:

Caleb Howe
@CalebHowe
"He also asked why the paper edited the line about a pattern of misconduct. Baquet’s answer revealed the line was removed at the behest of the Biden campaign"

Mediaite @Mediaite
NYT Editor Dean Baquet Admits Report on Biden Allegation Was Edited After Biden Campaign Complained mediaite.com/a/rgbew

https://twitter.com/CalebHowe/status/1250072246359654400

lyle

What the...?

Anyway, as I never watch pretty much anything from Hollywood anymore, I think I’m safe from CIA manipulation. But seeing how this stupid organization was neck deep in subverting a national election, where would they find the time to manipulate Hollywood?

Melinda

Heh, "Hostage video":

https://nypost.com/2020/04/14/obama-reportedly-convinced-bernie-sanders-to-drop-out-of-primary/

Biden and his team are keen on utilizing Obama as quickly as they can, especially on the issue of fundraising where they see him as an asset to compete with President Trump and his massive stockpile of small dollar donations.

Now, with Sanders out of the way, Obama could release an endorsement for his former running mate as soon as Tuesday morning, the paper says.

With Americans cooped up at home due to the coronavirus pandemic, the endorsement would be online. One Democratic official said the goal was to make the announcement “not look like a hostage video.”

Melinda

lyle-

They have an office there.

The Infamous Ignatz

--Is anyone else puzzled by the news of the CCP virus death from the USS Roosevelt’s crew?--

There could be a hundred and one things going on. Was he on steroids or other immunosuppressive drugs? Was he fat and diabetic [there are overweight people in the service, except maybe on submarines].
Did he have slight COPD or sarcoid or a history of it or other lung involved disease. Are some people simply more genetically susceptible? Did he have the flu or a cold and does that make you more susceptible?
And there's plenty more than that.

jimmyk

From the last thread.
I don't know what to think.
The WI election result is distressing.

I wouldn't read too much into a local off-cycle election result. Especially under the circumstances.

The Infamous Ignatz

--Majority of Democrats Want Bailout for Illegal Immigrant Poverty--

Me too. I want em bailed right out of the country.

The Infamous Ignatz

I think Robin's 7:40 last thread that the lockdown "authority" squabble basically comes down to Fed $$ is mostly correct.

lyle

So Insty links to this:

https://www.nationalreview.com/the-morning-jolt/powerful-americans-were-catastrophically-wrong-about-china/

Which I click on and start to read. Which brings me to this:

Even to this day, an honest assessment of the actions of the Chinese regime are denounced as “scapegoating” or some sort of covert effort to excuse President Trump — who has made plenty of his own mistakes.

Except the bolded part is actually a hyperlink to...The Bulwark. Which pissed me off. (Which is admittedly easy to do these days. 😉)

Captain Hate

From those Breitbart dumbasses

Almost three-in-five Democrats want taxpayers to bail out the poverty-stricken communities of illegal immigrants whom they welcomed into the United States, according to an April poll by Ipsos.

The April poll asked “if the government should provide temporary financial help for undocumented immigrants who can’t work because of layoffs or illness: 40% in favor, 42% against, 18% ‘didn’t know.'”

40% isn't "almost 60%". When did they rehire Michelle Fields?

Extraneus

Read further for the R vs. D breakdown.

“Sixty-eight percent of Republicans oppose the idea; 58% of Democrats support it,” USA Today reported.
Extraneus

And even further for the sob stories.

Neo

Six years ago, Bloomberg News killed an investigation into the wealth of Communist Party elites in China, fearful of repercussions by the Chinese government. The company successfully silenced the reporters involved. And it sought to keep the spouse of one of the reporters quiet, too.

"They assumed that because I was the wife of their employee, I was the wife," the author and journalist Leta Hong Fincher tells NPR. "I was just an appendage of their employee. I was not a human being."

https://www.npr.org/2020/04/14/828565428/bloomberg-news-killed-investigation-fired-reporter-then-sought-to-silence-his-wi

jimmyk

On the numbers of deaths in senior living facilities: Yes, they look bad, but I still think perspective is needed. These institutions have to have large flow of staff coming in each day. Since people can be asymptomatic and contagious, it's almost impossible to avoid having some bad outcomes.

But what is the alternative? Are the outcomes going to be much better if grandma moves in with a son or daughter's family? Perhaps. But can the family administer medications, do occupational therapy, etc., all the things that these facilities do? And if the family has to bring in various practitioners to take care of these things, how less likely is some kind of infection?

The point is that this is a vulnerable population whether they are in a facility or in some other arrangement, and completely insulating them from infection is not so easy. It's still not obvious to me that the facilities are doing a bad job (at least since the early outbreaks when no one was prepared).

The Infamous Ignatz

I'm actually shocked that more Dems than not don't want them bailed out.

cathyf

I’ve seen some notions that certain blood pressure meds seem to be associated with worse CCP virus outcomes. Shouldn’t the people taking those meds be trying to transition over to different meds? There are lots of different meds and which one any patient ends up on seems pretty haphazard. Seems like a pretty good randomized dataset right there.

Also a good thing to look at when doing those random surveys of who already has CCPv antibodies — is there any drug people are on that seems to be associated with getting this thing and getting over it with mild/no symptoms?

James D.

lyle, there is zero reason to follow a link to NR anymore.

At least, not until they openly, and abjectly, apologize for 5+ years of stupidity and blind hatred for both President Trump and his supporters.

Captain Hate

Oops. Thanks, Ext. My mistake.

The Infamous Ignatz

--The point is that this is a vulnerable population whether they are in a facility or in some other arrangement, and completely insulating them from infection is not so easy. It's still not obvious to me that the facilities are doing a bad job (at least since the early outbreaks when no one was prepared).--

Yeah, that was my point yesterday about quarantining all the vulnerable and letting the rest of us get back to life is nowhere near a panacea. Unless you're a self sufficient hermit, human [and therefore viral] contact will occur.

Jim,SunnyvaleCA,USA

At the WorldInfo site, scroll down to the US "daily new cases"
Sure looks like we are on the way back down after hitting a peak.

https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/us/

lyle

No kidding, James. I don’t get why Insty keeps linking NR. Must be some kind of remuneration involved...

The Infamous Ignatz

--Oops. Thanks, Ext. My mistake.--

Was it though? Your quote said 40% Dems in favor and 18% didn't know.
Did USA Today incorrectly add those together to get their 58%?

Obviously I didn't read the story and don't care enough to do so now.

Dave (in MA)

Grainger can go pound sand. One time I needed a capacitor for my garage door opener and I didn't feel like taking a vacation day and arranging for a garage door company to come to take a look and overcharge me for it, so I swung by the Grainger store 2 minutes from my house.

They wouldn't sell to me, a mere individual, only to corporate accounts. I ordered the part online from MSC Industrial Supply instead.

lyle

Bee me:

Liberal Treated With Hydroxychloroquine Hopes He Still Dies Of COVID-19 To Prove Trump Is Stupid

Sigh. I’d bet we all know someone like this in real life.

jimmyk

DO NOTE: Official coronavirus deaths in NY have to be under-reported. "Excess deaths" above a typical year are off the charts. Yes, including off the charts that go back to 9/11.

Yes, but I would wager we'll eventually figure out that cases are even more under-reported. NYC has a positive test rate of around 50% versus around 15% in most of the country. I guarantee you that with that kind of positive test rate, many milder cases have to be going uncounted. The threshold for getting tested in the NYC area is obviously much higher.

Dave (in MA)

lyle:
https://www.cnsnews.com/blog/craig-bannister/democrat-voters-wealthy-far-less-willing-try-hydroxychloroquine-if-they

lyle

Satire and parody are dead, Dave.

jimmyk

Did USA Today incorrectly add those together to get their 58%?

I presumed that's what they did, but it wasn't an innocent error. I suspect they started with the fact that only 42% said they were opposed, and conveniently interpreted that as "nearly 60%" favor. They could as easily, of course, said that nearly 60% are opposed. It's not a coincidence that the chose the former, never mind just describing it honestly.

Dave (in MA)

Not letting that Orange Man be proven right is worth dying for when you're a moonbat.

Manuel Transmission

Graingers. I have a couple dozen regular venders I buy from. Whenever I am looking for a new widget I check G and typically find them about double the price. I think the only things I have from them are a couple shop vacs.

Side story. An old doc buddy who used to practice in Laramie was invited a couple times to go shoot prairie dogs on a big ranch in eastern WY owned by the head honcho of Graingers. When they were done, the host handed the guests a bill for his trouble.

Re hand tools, I still have every Craftsman widget I ever bought going back to about 1960. Along with Starret machinist’s scales/gauges from my uncle dating to the ‘20s.

When we rebuilt this place, I splurged on cabinets from Baldhead for my Garage-ma-Hal. Given that I pretty much live in there, I can’t imagine doing it any other way. (They actually drove them up from Oregon and installed them.)

jimmyk

Not sure if this was discussed here, but the NYT had a hit piece on HCQ, publicizing a small Brazil study that supposedly resulted in some fatalities due to heart attacks. Aside from focusing on that study as opposed to all the others with more favorable results, the idiot Rutenberg failed to notice (as I understand it) that the study involved CQ, not HCQ. CQ is known to be more toxic.

I think narc will remember, but I'm pretty sure Rutenberg was one of the NYT people who first said that the rules of journalism have to be different in the Trump era.

DrJ

I agree that Grainger is too expensive.

Sidwhite

Well I’ve caught up again – sorta – thanks to low number of post on Easter. I’m hunkered down her in Texas (Abilene) working remote from my home office. We are essential business (multifamily housing) across the state. About 4 weeks ago, I was on my way to do my fireman thingy on a Houston project when my boss told on me a Sunday afternoon to hold up in a hotel on the way while the company board of directors (he is one) had an emergency meeting Monday afternoon. Driving – I quit flying early in March. (We were supposed to meet in Houston Monday am.) That was to determine policy regarding CCP virus. After some vacillation, I was told to head back home and did so Tuesday am. Been here since. Some talk Friday about the possibility a meet up in our San Antonio office in a week or two (He lives SA, I live Abilene, both office out of Dallas). Our division has two unoccupied offices there so we can “distance”. SA is home to our commercial division, Dallas home to Multifamily, El Paso corporate home and heavy infrastructure home. Mention of that possibility at home brought a “not no but HELL NO” from Mrs. W. I check most boxes (68, Type 2, BP meds, not skinny, and A-fib history) for staying clear of this crap.

As said, we are essential but are trying to be lenient on subs who have trouble keeping manned up.

Sidwhite

Good to see some lurkers (such as I) contribute recently. Please keep it up.

MissMarple2

Rocco,

I posted the link to "Out of the Shadows" yesterday because several people on Twitter had complained that the link was disappearing from You Tube and Twitter searches. I had only watched about 1/4 of it, and didn't realize it had roped in pizzagate until I had watched more of it later in the evening.

I had heard that rumor about the CIA buying the land several years ago but had forgotten about it. I have no idea if it is true or not, and like you, I was sort of off-put by all of the pizzagate stuff.

Neo

I'm guessing that COVID-19, which acts on the ACE2 sites probably has some interaction with drugs that are ACE inhibitors, like Lisinopril or any blood pressure meds ending in -pril.

Jim,SunnyvaleCA,USA

jimmyk: "I wouldn't read too much into a local off-cycle election result"

I hope so.
But Dems won despite election chaos due to massively reduced polling stations in Dem-heavy cities.
Plus WI, MN and MI all elected hyper partisan Dem governors in the past couple years.

You're not nervous?

The Infamous Ignatz

OK, read the story. Seems a coincidence.
The 42/40/18 break was all respondents not just Dems.
Apparently for Dems 58% wanted bailins for illegals.
That makes more sense as at least 58% of Democrats are bat shit crazy which wouldn't be so bad, but now we have to hunker in our houses because of their bat shit.

Neo

In conclusion, based on currently available data and in view of the overwhelming evidence of mortality reduction in cardiovascular disease, ACE-I and ARB therapy should be maintained or initiated in patients with heart failure, hypertension, or myocardial infarction according to current guidelines as tolerated, irrespective of SARS-CoV2. Withdrawal of RAAS inhibition or preemptive switch to alternate drugs at this point seems not advisable, since it might even increase cardiovascular mortality in critically ill COVID-19 patients.
https://academic.oup.com/eurheartj/article/doi/10.1093/eurheartj/ehaa235/5810479

Extraneus

It's amazing how low the numbers are in Dave's 11:26.

Dave (in MA)

My brother who was working at a company near our local Grainger store told me that I should go back and tell them I just wanted to make a "cash purchase" and say that I worked at his place, and tell them I was him if they asked, but I wasn't about to give my business to a place that didn't want my business.

The Infamous Ignatz

--Plus WI, MN and MI all elected hyper partisan Dem governors in the past couple years.--

2018 was a fairly typical offyear oppositional wave.

Extraneus

I mean across the board, not just brain-addled lefties.

Captain Hate

Not letting that Orange Man be proven right is worth dying for when you're a moonbat.

They deserve a full moonbat funeral at a toxic waste dump presided over by Revs. Meathead and Jen Rubin and with a choir of pink pussy hatted Karens singing REEEEEEEEEE!

DrJ

The festering human pustule here still has resigned.

Extraneus

I have a niece who's a nurse in Abilene. I texted her a few days ago and she said they haven't had a CV case yet in her hospital.

Extraneus

Hadn't, I mean. They might by now.

henry

Hank Steinbrenner dead at 63. (For Yankees fans)

Sidwhite

Someone touched on it yesterday but my biggest takeaway from yesterday’s pandemic update was the over the top stupidity of the msm. Spent the first half of the Q&A claiming that president did not shut the country down soon enough, then the last half claiming president had no authority to open things back up.

jimmyk

You're not nervous?

I feel pretty confident Trump will be reelected. I'm less confident about the House and Senate.

henry

Study at link

@vickimckenna

WORKING TOWARD HERD IMMUNITY? "NY Ob/Gyns Issue Study Of Pregnant Women Indicating Number Of Asymptomatic Virus Cases May Be Much Higher Than Suspected"

https://twitter.com/vickimckenna/status/1250086354341507073?s=21

Sidwhite

EXT,
Not CV crazy here but we do have 68 confirmed in the county as of this am.

peter

"Cry for a Shadow" was one of only two instrumentals the Beatles recorded. This was when Pete Best was on drums.

https://www.beatlesbible.com/songs/cry-for-a-shadow/

MissMarple2

Donald J. Trump
@realDonaldTrump
·
2m
My Administration is committed to protecting the Homeland from the scourge of narco-terrorists and traffickers seeking to destabilize the United States and our Hemisphere. Our military deployments in the Caribbean & Eastern Pacific will endure until these threats are neutralized!
======================================
President Trump links to a thread by the US Coast Guard after this statement.

https://twitter.com/USCGPacificSW/status/1249761305084350465

Thomas Collins

If Rasmusssen tracking is accurate, jimmyk, so far Trump's reelection chances have been hurt by the Woo Floo. Trump's numbers recently in Ras have been near their low points, both in overall approve/disapprove and strong approve/disapprove. I think it's difficult to figure out how this will all shake out in November, but for now, Woo Floo has been a net negative for Trump.

Melinda

A Guide to Emergency Powers and Their Use

https://www.brennancenter.org/our-work/research-reports/guide-emergency-powers-and-their-use

pdf form (47 pages and I'm still reading it, thank you):

https://www.brennancenter.org/sites/default/files/2019-10/AGuideToEmergencyPowersAndTheirUse_2.13.19.pdf

Threadkiller

The Baldhead cabinets look real nice, MT.

I helped a friend build a super garage and talked him into Lista brand cabinets.

I have a couple of rollaway boxes and the rest goes in an old metal pantry cabinet. :-)

Narciso

Paul helliwell ex? Oss negotiated the land purchase,

Captain Hate

Poll talk is as boring as pandemic guesswork and about as accurate.

MissMarple2

Donald J. Trump
@realDonaldTrump
·
2h
The Democrats don’t want to approve more money for our great workers under the incredibly successful “Paycheck” plan. Replenish Account Now!

MissMarple2

Donald J. Trump
@realDonaldTrump
·
2h
Cuomo’s been calling daily, even hourly, begging for everything, most of which should have been the state’s responsibility, such as new hospitals, beds, ventilators, etc. I got it all done for him, and everyone else, and now he seems to want Independence! That won’t happen!

MissMarple2

Donald J. Trump
@realDonaldTrump
·
1h
GET RID OF BALLOT HARVESTING, IT IS RAMPANT WITH FRAUD. THE USA MUST HAVE VOTER I.D., THE ONLY WAY TO GET AN HONEST COUNT!

Gentlejim

Sid,
Thanks for posting. Damn, you check all the boxes. Keep yourself safe.

MissMarple2

Donald J. Trump
@realDonaldTrump
·
1h
Tell the Democrat Governors that “Mutiny On The Bounty” was one of my all time favorite movies. A good old fashioned mutiny every now and then is an exciting and invigorating thing to watch, especially when the mutineers need so much from the Captain. Too easy!

Narciso

He was an atty for castle bank and trust which was dodgy financing

Jane

My right eye is driving me crazy. It's like there is an amusement park in it - or it's on acid. anyone ever have that problem?

Captain Hate

>China has been insinuating itself into Australia bigtime.

I've been talking with my partner in Australia about this since the start of this mess. You're right, China is bigly imbedded in Australia, more so than even here.

For example, 30% of the student body at University of New South Wales are Chinese nationals. Or were. China buys an assload of minerals and other mined products from Australia most notably coal.

They are in the midst of unwinding just as we are.
Posted by: JackStraw at April 14, 2020 12:08 PM (ZLI7S)

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