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November 09, 2021





well thats curious entry,



hoffman points out the group that is fully funded by the fed, curious, as the big bad,


they have taken every obama era idiocy and dialed it up to 12,


although how much ignorance will binger put on display



Well, Biden is late to the ceremony at Arlington.


of course he is, they put this shambling man, as a affront to every decent person,


oh really now


how is one supposed to present expertise,


A landmark report conducted by University of Michigan environmental sociologist Dorceta Taylor in 2014 warned of the “arrogance” of white environmentalists when they introduce green initiatives to black and brown communities. One black environmental professional Taylor interviewed for the report, Elliot Payne, described experiences where green groups “presumed to know what’s best” for communities of color without including them in the decision-making and planning processes.



I’ve spent a lot of time in Court and tried a lot of cases and I’ve never seen anything like the Rittenhouse scam. And you are right - same scam as Jan.6th. I am totally disgusted. When it’s over I hope he sues Biden for a billion dollars for his campaign ad calling him “a white supremest”.


it was mark steyn who coined 'the process is the punishment' I believe,


it worked for sandmann, even though cnn has continued to lie about him,


Jerry Douglas, longtime 'Young and the Restless' actor, dead at 88


ohr may be in their sights



Moody Blues drummer, co-founder Graeme Edge dead at 80





Mister Joe goes to Arlington.

Talks of Satchel Page... and Beau.


How many Joes does it take to change a lightbulb?


No bulbs available- 'supply chain' problems.


Someone made the GOT connection to Kyle’s Persecutor and dubbed him ‘Little Binger’.

Make the little man fly.


“The masses have never thirsted after truth. Whoever can supply them with illusions is easily their master; whoever attempts to destroy their illusions is always their victim.”—Gustave LeBon


category error, ftw,



Comfortably Smug @ComfortablySmug

Adam Kredo @Kredo0
BREAKING: Iran-Backed Militants Storm US Embassy in Yemen, Seize Hostages and Equipment -- State Dept tells me it is 'concerned about the breach of the compound,' demands release of hostages & equipment freebeacon.com/national-secur…




4 hrs old

Jim Eagle

2nd grader reads the riot act to the school board on mask mandate:



I’ve never seen a trial with this much malarkey in my life.


If a judge can dismiss something with prejudice, why can’t I?


Good afternoon! God Bless our veterans. The daughter has been at Arlington National Cemetery all day and has sent us some wonderful pictures.


Jane, did you forget the Travon Martin case?


Not sure I watched that trial Clarice.


TEXTS: Hunter Biden Described Business Deals With Russia And China, Including With ‘Vladimir Putin’ And CCP’s ‘Chief Of Intelligence’

Hunter Biden's text messages from December 2018 reveal concerning discussions about dealings in Russia and Communist China.

In a December 2018 text message exchange between Hunter Biden and his lover Hallie, the widowed wife of his late brother Beau Biden, Hunter describes feeling “very alone” in dealing with issues regarding his ex wife and children, the suspicious deaths of rich business partners, the arrest of foreign high-profile clients in Communist China, and his suspected involvement in business dealings in Russia “with Vladimir Putin directly.”



Hunter Biden Seemingly Acknowledged Joe Has Dementia in Texts Sent to Psychiatrist

"Does he recall details tho, with the dementia and all?" "Not much these days but since it’s all fake news anyway I don’t see the problem."

In a text exchange from with former psychiatrist Keith Ablow, Hunter Biden seemed to acknowledge that his father, Joe, had dementia.





thats what the howling mob is for jane,

this is the second time in 6 years they've overrun the embassy there, it's not very accessible as it's high on a mountain, near the british one,


These are Chinese Miners, after they got kicked out of China.

Kazakhstan is struggling to meet the energy needs of its booming cryptocurrency mining industry. Local mining farms are mostly powered by aging coal plants which themselves are a headache for authorities seeking to decarbonize the economy reut.rs/3EX6TtU




they will be deplatformed right, rhetorical



yes indeed,



isn't his shoddy epidemiology enough



is there any real basis behind this delta house fishing expedition, rhetorical?


well it was a short trip


i called him the murder governor half facetioously



surprised not?



its reasonable conjecture, they were looking for the phizer whistleblower and other related information,


well what other argument do they have?


Jim Eagle

Why is Narciso the only one posting? Is he special?


I’ve been out and about in Florida. Haven’t seen any news. Not been online much either.








Clarice. I used to read Hoffman's work. What is wrong with people like him.


They aren’t called ‘White Slaves’ anymore.

They’re called ‘Special Teams’ and ‘Good Quarterbacks.’


I don’t usually weigh in on sportsball, but I like the Green Bay Cotton Sackers this year.


Watching Lilies of the Field with Sidney Poitier, black and white, 1963.


Today, Columbia Chapter attended the Doughboy Foundation Bells of Peace Ceremony at the National World War I Memorial in Washington, D.C. for Veteran's Day.

The ceremony recognized the WWI Armistice that went into effect at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month in 1918, and honor all Americans who served in WWI. It also marked the centennial of the internment of the Unknown Soldier at at Arlington Cemetery.
At 11:00am, the Bells of Peace were tolled by the Naval History and Heritage Command, followed by a performance of Taps from multiple buglers in WWI uniform. A wreath laying and a select reading of "The Young Dead Soldiers Do Not Speak" by Archibald MacLeish also marked the day.

[I and other members of the Returned & Services League of Australia attended this service. A wonderful, short, service which included three buglers]



Clarice. PS. People like Hoffman allude to their special sources when writing about terrorism. Does he have no independent sources who are able to analyze what he gets from the Feds?




The “malarkey” bar for criminal trials was set by the OJ fiasco.


Video Games Might Be Increasing Unemployment: Study



I did watchOJ’s trial and agree it was malarkey. Something about this one is driving me crazy. With OJ the risk was him going free. In this one, the risk is an 18 old kid, trying to help people be safe goes to jail for life, because now the mob rules.

Justice is no longer a thing Destroying 18 year old kids for saving their own lives, is.


Cat hiding (8 secs).



World's smallest monkey (58 secs).



Ice, wonderful ice (35 secs):



They call him ‘Dr. Love’:

Gene Simmons rips anti-vaxxers: "If you're willing to walk among us unvaccinated, you are an enemy" hill.cm/wdD6sNu



Agree.. kid should’ve never been charged. I’ve just been catching bits and pieces.



I love those animal videos!


Hi, Gentlejim!

Haven't seen you in a while!


Woke Zombie

· 2h
#NJ Durr on Tucker tonight: "He (Sweeney) was fine, i just told him if he needed anything to give me a call, since I'm his representative now".

Absolutely savage.
Trump must be writing his material.



I’ve been very busy with work, finally purchasing a new building for our FOP, and Merit Board stuff for the Sheriff’s Dept. Plus I’ve not had much worth saying or hearing.


Straight out of the SDNY….

shipwreckedcrew.substack.com @shipwreckedcrew
@adamgoldmanNYT and @nytmike with their editors:

"If we run this story now and leave the attribution of a source complete empty, everyone will assume the docs came from the FBI. That gives our actual source perfect cover, and we can get some more material without exposure."

If you think that conversation did not take place, you don't understand how the world works


Dave (in MA)
    Gerry Callahan@GerryCallahan·
    This, Portnoy 👇👇👇
      All Politics is Local with Jon Fetherston@LocalPoliticsis ·
      Focus @stoolpresidente Focus… His name is Bob Bob Murchison of Sherborn Massachusetts He is emailing your advertisers,right now. He is cutting up and editing your presentation from today. @BusinessInsider is a joke. He is not. He is ruthless. Focus…he is your real enemy.
Ignatz Ratzkiwatzki

America will once again be America when Bob Bob is afraid to appear in public because he would be dead dead.
Dangerous animals are euthanized in healthy societies.

Ignatz Ratzkiwatzki

Which shouldn't be interpreted to mean I like Portnoy. Seems like an ass and an infant.


“It’s interesting how no antifa member, while testifying in court, between Gage Grosskroits and Simi, want to admit that they are a member of antifa. These subhumans know very well that they are DEEPLY unpopular..”

Antifa is just an idea.

A really bad idea.


America will be America when Dave Portnoy starts dating Sacha or Malia.

Dave (in MA)

The Bob Bob thing was my fault-the newline didn't survive the Paste and I didn't notice.

Dave (in MA)

I like the way Pin thinks. Should I be worried?


TIL most cities without subways have newspapers that are roughly 20 inches high and 14 inches wide, while cities with subways usually have smaller newspapers, roughly 14 inches high and 10 inches wide, making them easier to read on crowded public transit conveyances.


1. Please show Bob Bob and Vajeens.

2. Yes.

Jack Lillywhite

Joe Biden is so old he uses the word Negro instead of "Black" to describe Satchel Paige:)



At least the EU doesn’t face mean tweets.


Belarus threatens to choke off EU gas supply over border dispute


Steve Deace
Holy. Buckets.

Michael P Senger @MichaelPSenger
In response to attorney’s FOIA request, US CDC admits that it has no record of an unvaccinated person spreading COVID after recovering from COVID.

Lawyers smelling blood in the water.

This proves two things:

1) they knew there was no basis for the OSHA vaccine mandate yet went forward with it anyway

2) CDC has been corrupt from the jump



this guy's thread gives OL a run for his money:



This lengthy, well written essay on all things Covid as of last month is well worth the time to read


But this nice gal summarized the key takeaways.

(She wants you to read it all too):



CulturalHusbandry @APhilosophae
Between AstroWorld, the phony Russia dossier falling apart, and the Rittenhouse trial the Biden admins potential closure of the L5 Pipeline has been largely missed by the public. What is L5, why shut it down, and why does it matter? Lets look...

Line 5 is a 645-mile, 30-inch diameter pipeline that transports up to 22.68 million gallons, or 540,000 barrels per day, of light crude oil, light synthetic crude, and natural gas liquids through Michigan’s Upper and Lower Peninsulas.

The pipeline supplies approximately 65% of propane demand in the Upper Peninsula and 55% of Michigan's statewide propane needs.

State Republican Congressmen Tim Walberg, MI-07; Bob Latta, OH-05; Jack Bergman, MI-01, and 10 other House members argued that Line 5 is "essential to the lifeblood of the Midwest."

Should L5 be shut down, tens of thousands of jobs would be lost across the region; billions of dollars in economy activity would be in jeopardy; and as we enter winter and temperatures drop, the termination of Line 5 would exacerbate shortages and price increases in home heating

Americans are already facing rapidly rising energy prices, steep home heating costs, global supply shortages, and skyrocketing gas prices. This move would send regional prices THROUGH THE ROOF and increase prices of fuel and goods across the rest of the nation in all sectors.

If the Line 5 pipeline were shut down refinery customers in Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Ontario and Quebec would see a shortage of gas, diesel and jet fuel of about 14.7 million gallons per day, or about 45% of current supply.

Michigan alone would face a propane supply shortage of 756,000 gallons per day and would have to find an alternative supply for anywhere from 4.2 million to 7.77 million US gallons of refined products a day.

So, why would a government do this to its own people and economy? What is the Biden Admins reason?

Hiding behind tribal rights and faux "environmental concerns" the admin wants to shift the energy sector away from traditional sources and to Green energy.

The plan is to create the conditions that then require massive government intervention and investment to fix. If they can create an energy crisis, but have cover for their actions that are attributable to tribal justice and environmental concerns,...

they believe they can come out on the other side as the good guys who not only fixed the crisis, but saved the planet, respected the ancient tribal folks and thus saved the day completely.

While the people of these states freeze over a cold winter and struggle further to get by as prices on all goods climb, it'll be a massive win for the admin so long as media reports on it in lockstep with the appropriate talking points. And unexpectedly they will.

Biden will have "built back better", the Green New Deal and Globalist policy will have been further entrenched into our system, and those blue collar folks suffering will have been nothing more than angry white Trumpists who hate everything Biden does.

Don't let the AstroWorlds, Biden sharting in front of the Pope or anything else cloud your view of the actual game being played. They're looking to make you very uncomfortable, and to make you suffer so that they can bring you their solution.

Be kind to your neighbors.


[Sorry for the length, but @jack's algos won't let that be grabbed cleanly.]


Alex Epstein @AlexEpstein
I'm getting amazing feedback on my this interview/debate about COP 26, with many people telling me it opened/changed their minds.

Favor: please retweet or quote-tweet it so that many more people can understand why COP 26 is an existential threat to human flourishing. Thanks!

Alex Epstein @AlexEpstein
In this 9-minute interview/debate on @GBNEWS, available in full on Twitter for the first time, I explain why COP 26 is not a progressive scientific conference but an anti-human, primitive-religious attempt to commit mass genocide.



the atom waffen, (atomic force) shirley, is a totally bureau created operated, that's who hoffman zeroed on this a variation on the Trust, but only a total numbskull would get involved with them, deliberately, so splc and other brotherhood affiliates are probably involved,


no that's good way to start an insurrection in earnest,

susan rosenberg is the maoist terrorist, that sits atop the agita factory that calls itself antifa and blm, they don't want any competing paramilitaries, that's why they freaked out over proud boys, back in 2017, this was before charlottesville,


was watching midway last night, how is it the only unapologetic big screen treatment of american heroism in that conflict, comes financed by china,


this is embarassing



Narciso, Xi doesn’t want Japan to have aircraft carriers again. Anti Japanese > anti American.


will they, that's more an open question,





once capital research center, turned up her involvement in seeding these organizations it all became clear,


C n P'ing this cause it's definitely paywalled.

China’s other debt problem

Evergrande is not the only looming danger in China’s financial system

Crony capitalism has flourished among the country’s small and mid-tier banks

Scares about toxic debt are an ever-present feature of China’s economy. The latest involves Evergrande, a troubled developer that threatens to cripple the property sector. The firm also has tentacles that reach into the darkest corners of the Chinese financial system, wrapping around banks and shadow lenders. Yet even as Evergrande catches the eye, another risk is emerging: crony capitalism at smaller banks.

A government crackdown on leverage in property has pushed Evergrande to the brink of collapse. Other large developers are weighed down by $5trn of debts. Speculation is swirling that one of them, Kaisa, is also struggling to make payments (it has asked investors for “time and patience”). The turmoil may intensify as more debts come due. According to Nomura, a Japanese bank, the property industry must repay $20bn of offshore bonds in the first quarter of 2022, twice the level of this quarter.

Foreign investors have been quick to grasp the risks. The yield on Chinese junk dollar-bonds has reached a crippling 24%, shutting most issuers out of the market. Some homebuyers are holding off purchases, worried about handing over deposits to weak firms. Building has stalled at many of Evergrande’s 1,000 or more projects.

It is unclear who is exposed to losses, and to what extent. Many developers use shell companies, masking their debts, while stockmarket regulators have allowed them to keep investors in the dark. On November 8th the Federal Reserve warned that China’s property troubles threaten the global economy.

Losses on property loans will hurt the banking system, although by how much remains to be seen. But as we explain this week, lenders also face another danger. Crony capitalism has flourished among the country’s small and mid-tier banks. Because the biggest state-owned lenders prefer to make loans to other state firms, private companies and entrepreneurs have bought stakes in banks in the hope of getting preferential access to credit.

Although the banks involved are often small they add up to a giant problem. The Economist calculates that up to 20% of the commercial-banking system may have close links with tycoons or private businesses. There have already been blow-ups. In 2019 the collapse of a small lender caused a spike in interbank borrowing rates; several more failures have followed. Evergrande was until recently the owner of a captive bank in north-east China and is said to be under investigation for some 100bn yuan ($15.7bn) in related-party deals.

For Xi Jinping, China’s leader, state control is the answer to both the property and banking threats. To keep building sites ticking over, local governments are taking control of some unfinished projects. At smaller banks many corporate shareholders are being forced out and replaced by local-government asset managers.

This reveals the limitations of Mr Xi’s economic philosophy. The expanding reach of state control may prevent a full-blown panic, because it shows that almost all banks are underwritten by the government. But it fails to acknowledge an important truth about the economy.

Many of the distortions that plague China’s markets were created by rigid state control. In plenty of private firms, insider dealing with lenders has been a way to cope with a state-dominated banking system that discriminates against them. Mr Xi may succeed in averting a sudden bad-debt crisis by reasserting state authority. But his reluctance to be bound by rules, treat state and private firms equally, and offer predictability to investors will ensure that the financial system is doomed to suffer yet more dangerous distortions in the future.



groups like this,



who else beside hsbc has been gripping the sticky edge, chase, citibank,


Good morning! I am parking this here to bookmark and watch again later. It's an hour and a half documentary narrated by Gene Wilder on the 1893 Chicago World's Fair and is quite fascinating.

The only surviving building is the current Museum of Science and Industry, a place I visited when I was on an 8th grade field trip.



back to this carp



TheRabbit faceFOO
An oldie but a goodie ... 2007

"I mean, you got the first mainstream African-American who is articulate and bright and clean and a nice-looking guy. I mean, that's a storybook, man." #RacistJoe Biden


remind me, did any of you had success with hyloronic acid,

Jack Lillywhite

What do you need it for, Narc? Bad knees?


my mother does. does it preclude surgery, or just alleviate it,

Jack Lillywhite

I had my left knee replaced about 5 years ago. Prior to that it was bone on bone. No tissue to prevent grinding.

From what I know Hylaronic Acid is place holder until you get knee surgery. Has she had it xrayed yet to see if she is bone on bone?

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