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December 29, 2020

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peter

It must kill the MSM to report that Donald Trump is the most admired man in the world according to the latest Gallup poll. Ending Obama's undeserved 12 year streak. (Jesus.)

Melinda

Use an Act from 1974?

Old Lurker

Willowed:

ALL of this just adds to the notion, now the accepted rule of the road, that we simply have no laws that apply equally to all citizens.

We were a special place, back when we did.

In the modern era, this should have stopped dead with Lois Lerner.

Matt commented yesterday about what is done is done so now let's try to fix the election laws that permitted this so it does not happen again.

That too is a Ha Ha Ha notion since we swallowed that same elephant when we saw with our own eyes what the government had done with all those tools we gave them to spy on everybody. We were told "yes, that was bad, but when the FISA law comes up for renewal, we WILL FIX IT.

Crickets.

So why would they fix a voting system that gives Chavez & Putin and now Biden 99% of every vote?

Schazam.

Neo

Negotiations between the European Union and China on an investment agreement have stalled at the last stretch because China is raising additional demands on nuclear energy, German magazine WirtschaftsWoche reported on Wednesday.

The issue of nuclear power is controversial among EU countries because such investments could put sensitive infrastructure under Chinese control.

"China wants to invest in European nuclear power plants and use Chinese technology in this area," WirtschaftsWoche cited EU sources as saying.

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-eu-china-trade/chinese-demands-on-nuclear-power-investment-complicate-eu-talks-wiwo-idUSKBN28X1W8

GUS

What filibuster are you talking about your GRACIOUS HIGHNESS???

henry

What deal did Trump cut before signing the pork? Why would he trust the progs to honor their end?

Narciso

Well the rescission was the kris knife im guessing

Old Lurker

Henry, the answer to your question almost always includes "got nuthin".

peter

I could be wrong about this but from my own cursory search, any video of Hilaria Baldwin with her fake Spanish accent has been taken down. No es justo. Quiero reirla.

GUS

OL, when we elected the FBI, and they IGNORED the penalties for their FISA WARRANT LIES, I think that, that is on the AMERICAN VOTER.
Which of the VIOLATORS have been arrested and charged with ANYTHING.

Shame on you voters. Never vote for Rosenstein, Comey or McCabe again!!!!

Narciso

No hay nadie que llama hilaria reir a carcajadas lol.

Narciso

There is no one named hilaria (trans)

Melinda

rse-

Here's the back door:

"Well well well…a common theme with these University Foundations is that youCANNOTopen records request financial info…

Love this from AZ…'cause harm to the State…"…no subjectivity there at all…

Do some State officials get pensions from these foundations???

https://www.arizona.edu/publicrecords/results "

Stolen.

Melinda

Also:

" https://www.ajc.com/blog/politics/kemp-taps-new-members-powerful-regents-board-after-shakeup/vlhYwJizmqvkcXZJ7wpmSL/

"Gov. Brian Kemp appointed two new members to the powerful Georgia Board of Regents on Tuesday after he used a technical error that Nathan Deal made in his last days as governor to force the vacancies, leading to more control over the state's higher education system. "

Also stolen.

rse

Peter-

You can go to the UK.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9094197/Alec-Baldwin-runs-errands-defending-wife-Hilary-claims-faked-Spanish-heritage.html

Momto2

Charley, a new retiree-greeter at Wal-Mart, just couldn't seem to get to work on time. Every day he was 5, 10, 15 minutes late.

But he was a good worker, really tidy, clean-shaven, sharp-minded and a real credit to the company and obviously demonstrating their "Older Person Friendly" policies.


One day the boss called him into the office for a talk. "Charley, I have to tell you, I like your work ethic, you do a bang-up job when you finally get here, but your being late so often is quite bothersome."
"Yes sir, I know, and I am working on it."


"Well good, you are a team player. That's what I like to hear.”
“Yes sir, I understand your concern and I’ll try harder.”


Seeming puzzled, the manager went on to comment, “It's odd though you're coming in late. I know you're retired from the Armed Forces. What did they say to you there if you showed up in the morning so late and so often?"


The old man looked down at the floor, then smiled. He chuckled quietly, then said with a grin,
"They usually saluted and said,
"Good morning General, can I get your coffee sir?"

JohnH

OL, nice story in the DailyMail about Nantucket. Locals no doubt po’d about the 7K summer people that stayed.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9094417/Nantucket-residents-call-islands-COVID-contact-tracer-rat-other.html

rse

Mel--

It all fits with the Corporatist vision as the uniting factor, including the original loeffler appointment. I have also wondered, based on my experience with many of these corp's HQ'd in this state as to whether pressure was applied to allow the fraud or risk relocation.

They do love to trumpet the "number 1 state for doing business" mantra.

Melinda

More likely that at least for the publicly traded, “Join ESG or we pound your shares. Signed, ISS & Larry Fink.”

Old Lurker

Yep, John. That started last summer with "Text pictures of maskless miscreants to us at the health department and we will track them down..."

peter

As a Virginia alum, I've been invited to livestream a discussion among Larry Sabato, Paul Ryan and Tim Kaine about Democracy. Just shoot me.

MissMarple2

ppeter,

They're all conveniently in one place. Any chance of military arrests?

LOL!

rse

Did you ask if they mean economic democracy or political democracy?

I happen to know ryan trumpeted refundable federal income tax credits as a way to get the effect of a UBI without calling it that and risking the political ramifications. That was when he was still in office.

peter

No puedo ricorda la palabra por cucumber. JA JA JA

Old Lurker

Peter I was just LMAO at that same email.

Old Lurker

rse "...ryan trumpeted refundable federal income tax credits..."

That presumes that in the New Dark Age USA, people who used to comply with Tax Reporting still do.

Wonder how the math works when the only people who file are those that want a check?

MissMarple2

6.4 magnitude earthquake in Croatia, about 2 hours ago.

James D.

OL, since the gov’t is just printing money without regard to any future consequences or any connection to reality, does it really matter how many people don’t file or pay their taxes?

I mean, until everything unexpectedly collapses catastrophically, of course. But that’s unpossible, right?

rich

got it narciso ... i'll start working through it this evening and i'll have time over the weekend.

Narciso

Thanks start with the shorter segment.

Narciso

Recordar pepino.

peter

Aqui lo tiene: pepino pelicula

https://pagesix.com/2020/12/29/8-times-hilaria-baldwins-fake-spanish-accent-has-gone-wrong/

Neo

DoS/SURE system records show that over 200,000 more ballots cast than registered to vote.

https://twitter. com/Forecast432hz/status/1343696642181099524

Gov. Tom Wolf and Secretary of the Commonwealth Kathy Boockvar should resign for certifying this.

Jane

Rarely is a pardon not controversial TM.

Ignatz Ratzkiwatzki

--Sure, the Legislatures had the fallback ability to refuse to certify the counts...--

No, their first fallback positions were overriding corrupt governors and filing suit to block the executive's unconstitutional usurpation of their plenary powers. I'm not aware of any or very few serious attempts by the state legislatures, which do have standing, to overturn the election overreach. But the courts are largely corrupted as well so I', not sure it matters much. There is a cost that we all will bear for our collective complacency while our institutions were undermined and corrupted by the authoritarian left.

As to James and OL's overriding points about the goons the people vote into office and what the courts should do; I have been pointing out for years that there ultimately will not and cannot be help from institutions that have been corrupted. They must be uncorrupted, either by politics or by force.
Bemoaning the fact they are corrupted and concentrating on how tragic it is they refuse to do what they should is as good a strategy as any I suppose as we wait for what comes next. The alternative is a pointless rehash of optimist/pessimist/Dark Ages/CW2. Whatever is coming will arrive eventually and will probably be very difficult before it gets better.

Old Lurker

With Iggy's 12:28 and with Clarice's last Pieces, I think both of them are now, finally, hoping to be invited for cocktails at the Ledge Bar. (Yes, we know it is lemonade for Iggy).

Ignatz Ratzkiwatzki

--What will he do to grab the spotlight this week?--

Probably what he's been doing for the last four years; stand in glaring contrast to the host of ghouls, goblins, and gargoyles perched on the DC parapets by urging adherence to the Constitution, protection of our freedoms, fighting for America in a world hostile to it and calling the ghouls, goblins and gargoyles exactly what they are.

All of which makes the hordes of Nairobi Trios who prefer a nice, safe, deaf, dumb and blind slide into the dustbin of history to fighting for what we are self evidently losing to the creatures perched on the walls of our capital very uncomfortable.
How dare Trump interrupt their comfy, complacent, magical thinking!

Old Lurker

Nice list there Iggy, but I would have to place an asterisk by "urging adherence to the Constitution". The others were 24X7X365.

Thomas Collins

I don't think state legislatures filing suit would have had any effect, Ignatz. We'd be in the same position we are now. What state legislatures in the stolen states could have done is appoint only Trump electors, or at least appoint alternate Biden and Trump electors, so that Congress would have needed to choose. The state legislatures did neither.

Ignatz Ratzkiwatzki

Never, if the Ledge is a defensive redoubt to escape what's coming.
If you put it on wheels and make it an offensive battle wagon, I'll be glad to hop aboard.

Dave (in MA)

Endorsed,

Mayor Walsh bows to a mob of punks and vandals who said the statue made them “uncomfortable.” Hey, Marty, you know what makes me uncomfortable? Anything named for a Kennedy. Can we take them all down please? https://t.co/RJ7pvoQUQQ

— Gerry Callahan (@GerryCallahan) December 29, 2020
Ignatz Ratzkiwatzki

--I don't think state legislatures filing suit would have had any effect, Ignatz.--

That's remarkably similar to this sentence, TC;
"But the courts are largely corrupted as well so I', not sure it matters much."

I'm pretty sure your second suggestion would have had the same effect, which is to say none, because congress hasn't any more gonads than the courts or the state legislatures.

henry

Ig, the correct people sued in WI. In both the November and prior (April) elections. The WI Supreme Court said “Latches”, which is judicialese for “eat my shorts”.

Jane

The Ledge has always been an offensive battle! Harrumph!

Ignatz Ratzkiwatzki

"...I would have to place an asterisk by "urging adherence to the Constitution" ..."

As someone pointed out yesterday politics is the art of the possible and we swim in the sea as it exists. That sea is a fairly far gone soup of anti and unconstitutional barrier reefs and chasms.
Relative to anyone besides a Rand Paul, who himself catches a good deal of guff here, Trump has not only urged adherence to the Constitution he has abided by it more than pretty much any Dem or Rep in DC.

Jane

Frankly, I can’t believe any of you still live in CA, MA or any other democrat hell. So many of those residents have adopted Fauci BS and actually believe it. I’d be suicidal.

They trust the government and the liberal media. They bow to orders. It’s the most disgusting thing I’ve ever seen in this great country.

Captain Hate

It must kill the MSM to report that Donald Trump is the most admired man in the world according to the latest Gallup poll. Ending Obama's undeserved 12 year streak.

Unpossible. The GOPe voted for Sundown because he is totes more popular than Gaylord.

Neo

The original source for the PA story:
http://www.repdiamond. com/News/18754/Latest-News/PA-Lawmakers-Numbers-Don%E2%80%99t-Add-Up,-Certification-of-Presidential-Results-Premature-and-In-Error

Rep. Russ Diamond represents the 102nd Legislative District in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.

This isn't going to be debunked.
The PA DoS/SURE (Statewide Uniform Registry of Electors) system contains all official records of registered voters and election results. In fact, it should be possible to determine from SURE which counties participated in this fraud. Of course, it will include Allegheny (Pittsburgh) and Philadelphia counties.

Ignatz Ratzkiwatzki

henry,
I'll refer you to the same sentence I did TC.
But there would have been a benefit to every state having fought the same fight. If you're lucky you might win. If you lose you show your followers you're willing to fight and the time is coming where the fight will have to take a different form because the game is hopelessly rigged.
Until that realization hits a critical mass we will be in this new Phony War or PW2.

hrtshpdbox

--What will he do to grab the spotlight this week?--

Probably what he's been doing for the last four years; stand in glaring contrast to the host of ghouls, goblins, and gargoyles perched on the DC parapets by urging adherence to the Constitution, protection of our freedoms, fighting for America in a world hostile to it and calling the ghouls, goblins and gargoyles exactly what they are.

Well said; that's what he'll be doing, alright, and the ghouls (both the dullard ghouls and the evil ghouls) will roll their eyes and make fun of him for it.

Thomas Collins

Re Dave (in MA)'s 12:48 PM post: It looks as if this is a glorious woke day for the Bay State.

https://www.wsj.com/articles/even-homer-gets-mobbed-11609095872

Ignatz Ratzkiwatzki

It will prove impossible to compromise rationally with these ignorant, arrogant barbarians;
Was Ancient Greek Poet Homer a Civil War General? He Just Got Canceled in a Mass. School

Their ethos holds that children shouldn’t have to read stories written in anything other than the present-day vernacular—especially those “in which racism, sexism, ableism, anti-Semitism, and other forms of hate are the norm,” as young-adult novelist Padma Venkatraman writes in School Library Journal. No author is valuable enough to spare, Ms. Venkatraman instructs: “Absolving Shakespeare of responsibility by mentioning that he lived at a time when hate-ridden sentiments prevailed, risks sending a subliminal message that academic excellence outweighs hateful rhetoric.”

Outsiders got a glimpse of the intensity of the #DisruptTexts campaign recently when self-described “antiracist teacher” Lorena Germán complained that many classics were written more than 70 years ago: “Think of US society before then & the values that shaped this nation afterwards. THAT is what is in those books.”

“Hahaha,” replied Heather Levine, an English teacher at Lawrence (Mass.) High School. “Very proud to say we got the Odyssey removed from the curriculum this year!”

I am dedicated to the practices of anti-racist and trauma-informed education, recognizing and working to dismantle the systemic issues that live on in our public education system.


We're going to have to do to the left what the Israelites had to do to the Moabites, Canaanites and Philistines, and for precisely the same reasons.

Kathryn Anne

So statues are taken down and the classics are banned.
We might as well be living with the Taliban.
Eventually this madness will end but it doesn’t seem as though the JOMers believe President Trump will be sworn into office for his deserved second term.
I can’t imagine how he can stomach the ingratitude and fecklessness of some of the major players in his Party.
He is correct about the Dems.
They would fight like hell to overturn if their candidate was subjected to this treason and fraud.
How is it that so many people dislike him and won’t lift a ginger to help him.
Is it because Biden was a member of the Senate’s good old boy club?
This to me is unconscionable. To inaugurate this old fraud is a mortal sin.

Captain Hate

Hopefully nuking Connecticut is in Drump's to-do list.

hrtshpdbox

How is it that so many people dislike him and won’t lift a ginger to help him.

There's no reason to pick on the Irish, Maryrose.

MissMarple2

Donald J. Trump
@realDonaldTrump
·
9m
Unless Republicans have a death wish, and it is also the right thing to do, they must approve the $2000 payments ASAP. $600 IS NOT ENOUGH! Also, get rid of Section 230 - Don’t let Big Tech steal our Country, and don’t let the Democrats steal the Presidential Election. Get tough!
===========================
This is a response to a Washington Post article.

Old Lurker

Ig,

He still gets a Gentleman's C on the Constitution from me. Now if you insist on grading on a curve, you might score him higher than that.

Of course, viewing our Constitutional Rights on a curve is exactly how we have arrived at this place in our history.

MissMarple2

Maryrose,

I do not understand this disloyalty. I am tired of them acting like he's some kind of nincompoop boor who doesn't "act presidential", when they had no trouble dealing with Biden and Clinton.

Old Lurker

WashTimes: "According to the Department of Defense, 71 percent of young Americans are unable to serve in uniform, largely due to obesity, drug abuse, a poor education or a crime record."

Here's hoping the other 29% are on our side, and that our share of the fat ones are good for supporting the 29%. The Progs can keep the stupid druggie criminals.

Jack is Back (Again)!

Mostly drugs, I’d bet, followed by obesity.

Poor education as a reason coming from the same institution that lowered those same standards to increase recruitment? Pffft!

hrtshpdbox

OL, a kid needs at least a GED diploma, no criminal record of (almost) any kind, no tattoos, and the ability to squat down, walk two miles, lift fifty pounds. When I enlisted I was amazed at how many kids, who were voluntarily there to sign up, couldn't qualify; I'm sure it's worse these days.

Captain Hate

How is it that so many people dislike him and won’t lift a finger to help him.

He was an outsider who crashed the party and apparently that eunuch Plouffe spoke for almost everyone when he said (paraphrasing) that his type must be destroyed. I honestly thought that the GOP would be better than what they've displayed and at least pretend to be as outraged by the blatant cheating as we are.

Again, our state did things correctly by conducting a more or less accurate tabulating of the votes. If I lived in Michigan or Pennsylvania, particularly the latter which I damn well know is a MAGA state, I'd be ready to burn it down until justice was done.

Momto2

What will he do to grab the spotlight this week?

(I assume this is from our host as I go straight to comments.) He doesn't need to *grab* any spotlight as he is our legally elected President and is fighting for our freedoms, unlike the pathetic wimps *some people* appear to support.

(Thumbs up for Iggy's 12:39!)

Old Lurker

Who says Newsmax never has any Feel Good stories?:

https://www.newsmax.com/newsfront/covid-deaths-journalists-poynter-institute/2020/12/29/id/1003490/

Old Lurker

And no, don't start with the "It's a start" line about Lawyers...

Jack is Back (Again)!

Box, i think they now use a VQ intelligence test in lieu of GED and no HS diploma. At least that our Vets group heard from a local Navy recruiter. They have a tough time recruiting to the standards we remember.

Neo

After "The Great War", the Dept of War decided to start a school lunch program because too many conscripts were malnourished and couldn't serve.
Perhaps, the Dept of Defense could start a school learning program to make sure the next conscripts can read.

Dave (in MA)

I have to wait until at least April--probably longer--to get the vaccine, but Camel-ah (who's younger than I am) just got poked despite claiming that she wouldn't trust a vaccine that Trump says is OK.

Ignatz Ratzkiwatzki

To be fair, Kamala is used to standing in lines to get poked, so...

GUS

Camel-UH prolly took the shots for HERPES without comment.

Davod

Nuclear power - What Chinese technology - stolen technology.

Captain Hate

Here's a feel good story

https://twitter.com/MikeyGee2020/status/1343622903506599941

Jack is Back (Again)!

CH,

We need more of that but here in DeSantis' Florida even Publix and CVS will not check you out if you don't have a mask on. Ridiculous.

GUS

JACK, you are a MASK DENIER.

Neo

Pierre Cardin dead at 98

Manuel Transmission

Finally home after another short trip to the Front Range just for Christmas. Had expected to stay longer and maybe work our way around to St George, but weather does what it does.

First the fun part of the trip back. Had an hour long chat with my 1st roomie in kolledge, who's been a pal ever since. He mentions that his son and fairly new bride are in Denver and are heading to Seattle. Hadn't seen the son since he was maybe still in HS. He eventually followed his dad into the airline pilot gig and after a fairly good run flying for JAL, switched to Qatar Airways driving the monster A-380's all around the globe. Well, that lasted until this year's shutdown. So now he is setting up to drive 747s for the old drag racer, Kalitta and they are looking for a permanent home to base out of. His bride is a stew for Qatar Airways (drop dead gorgeous) and is still likely to be called back.

So we offer them a ride and met up Sunday morning for the last decent day to head home. All good except for some excess baggage that almost required someone to sit on a suitcase. Roll out of Centennial under beautiful calm skies. Head north to Cheyenne on our way to Bozeman for a fuel stop given the westerly wind pattern. Well, about 50 miles north of Denver we've climbed up into the low 20's and it was like hitting the side of a slightly padded freight train. 130kts out of the west that suddenly had everyone up there scrambling for some different altitude. We hit some holes that caused the suitcases to float about 6" off the floor. Autopilot kicks off saying 'I'm done, it's all yours'. We pull power and start back down to 18K hoping for the wings to stay attached. In about 10 miles the winds went from 130kts to 20kts. Ouch. That's a lot of shear flow.

The stopover in Bozeman was like last year. About $1-2B worth of heavy iron bizjets on the ground, or coming/going to pick up their elite pax who were skiing at Big Sky for Christmas. Total mayhem on the ground when mixed with the commercial traffic and a reversal of the runway for a wind change. One guy on the radio managed to keep it all going without any bent metal, but it was like listening to an auctioneer. Heh.

When we finally get to our usual fuel stop at the Boeing plant (Paine Field), it was just about sundown, so I called an audible and decided to not press on home after dark. So we drove the kids downtown in our old durable 4-Trotter airpot truck to the hotel next to Pike's Place Market they had reserved for a couple weeks and then headed back to Paine for a quiet night in the Hilton Garden up there where we were probably the only guests. (My first stay in a hotel since March 1.)

Yesterday just became our usual once a month big box run where I drive the boss around to her preferred sequence of stores and then a quick lunch at PF Chang's (outside only, of course, @45 deg.) and then the short hop home.

I think we are done for awhile. I'll see if any of my buds here are planning on going down to Olympia on 1/6. Wouldn't want to do it solo, but might be convinced to join a well armed group.

GUS

ManTran, that sounds very fun. I know it's a chore when it's your plane, your money and your time, but, most people will never experience that pain in the ass JOY.
I absolutely love CHEYENNE, and make it part of my biz when possible. Bro in Denver, Goddaughter Niece at AIR FORCE ACADEMY CO. SPRINGS. I've not gotten there this year. COLORADO has gone from a GOV name LICKENPOOPER, to a GOV who enjoys LICKENPOOPER. I thought the FULL COMMIES and YOUTHFUL DOUCHE BAGS in COLORADO, would have tired of this COMMIE GAME by now.
Glad to hear about your trip brother.

clarice

sounds like quite an adventure, MT!
I'm used to traveling somewhere once a month and am imprisoned here for almost a year. I could use an adventure in the sky about now.

caro

Sorry the weather interfered with a St. George stop, MT. Sounds like you had quite an adventure!

caro

Great minds, C.

GUS

CLARICE!!! BEHAVE!!!!

GUS

Caro, as you MAY know, I'm half British YET ALL AMERICAN.
I am a YOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOGE fan of WINSTON CHURCHILL. I own a couple dozen books on his life, and times.
My GREATGRAND FATHER, who died in WWI in Egypt, buried DAMASCUS, left behind memorabilia, that ended in my possession, as I AM NAMED FOR HIM.
I actually own a BOER WAR medal that My GREAT GREAT GRANDDAD left in the mix. CHURCHILLS BOER WAR exploits are priceless. He was quite a man.

GUS

JACK, MAN U, just scored goal #1 over 3 and a half into stoppage time, V wolves. Rashford on a deflection.

clarice

https://pjmedia.com/news-and-politics/tyler-o-neil/2020/12/28/egg-on-their-faces-10-climate-alarmist-predictions-for-2020-that-went-horribly-wrong-n1289371

Every time I see Fat Al Gore I hear the score form Music Man.

henry

Yawn. I blame Biden.

@cnbc

BREAKING: The first case of a new and potentially more infectious strain of Covid-19 has been confirmed in the United States, Colorado health officials say.

rse

Caro--

Don't you spend at least some time in Park City? We had friends over in back yard a few days ago and they have closed on 12 acres in that area? She grew up under Tito and actually cried years ago when she realized where my ed story was going and what she had grown up under.

Very well travelled. Their son is my son's best friend going back to middle school. She cried at the idea her children voted for bo and feels like an Ivy league ed 'ruined' how her daughter sees the world.

henry

@realmattcouch

BREAKING: Top Federal Prosecutor Resigns After Pennsylvania Election Fraud Investigation....

https://twitter.com/realmattcouch/status/1344030562349158400?s=21

Old Lurker

Clarice "Every time I see Fat Al Gore I hear the score from Music Man."

And I see a guy that made hundreds and hundreds of millions by selling the AGW Scam to really stupid Americans.

(Even though he was already rich from his Dad's Occidental Petroleum investments.)

GUS

My son was born in 2001. At that very time Al Gore left office, and prolly a few chakras behind, and started his LARGE SCALE GRIFTING.
He told me. Yes YES, Al Gore told me that we were all going to die before Mickey turned 16. Pork Chop Gore, is still fat, still rich, and I'm happy to report MICKEY is in COLLEGE and quite ALIVE.
My late Scottish Mother once told me. Acccchhh, ma wee GUSSIEPOO, I know a BRANCH DAVIDIAN when I see one.

clarice

Remember, more infectious does not mean more deadly.

clarice

https://www.frontpagemag.com/fpm/2020/12/person-year-disenfranchised-american-voter-daniel-greenfield/

GUS

MOAR CASES MOAR CASES MOAR CASES MOAR CASES.

Jack is Back (Again)!

GUS,

Beside Chelsea I am a Brighton follower. My descendcy. Disappointed in there match with Arsenal to let in an extra time goal.

Because of CoVid, I think the idea of who is ahead at New Year is going to be contradicted. Leisceser especially looks good.

Jack is Back (Again)!

...Leiscester.....

GUS

I agree Jack, and I'm a Jamie Vardy fan.

jimmyk

Biden calls Kamala “President-elect Harris”.

https://twitter.com/abigailmarone/status/1344043363834736642

matt - deplore me if you must

So let me ask this. Why don't we hear about any Covid in China as it is sweeping the rest of the world?

South America, India, Europe all are out of control and yet the world's largest country by population still at 86,000 deaths.

The island nations have done well with the exception of the UK. But China? The home of virtually every major virus and bug we have sen in the past 100 years?

Jack is Back (Again)!

jimmyk,

Of course he does. he has dementia full scope. Not onset but the full thing.

We are so scewed as a country if this guy and his "handlers" get the nuke codes.

BuffyUK

Gus - I'm a huge fan of Winston. Have you been to Chartwell? Blandon graveyard?

I have travelled all over doing qualitative research and to this day I use a phrase a Scottish lady used when talking about insurance - "and then there's the wee asterisk".

I need to go to bed. Who was it who recommended 'Blackout' by Connie Willis? I was up past one this morning finishing it. Wow, great book!

Jack is Back (Again)!

Matt,

Seriously, you think China reports their stats honestly?

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