New Music From Guitarist Nick Johnston: “Gemini”

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This is the first single off of my upcoming album, ‘Wide Eyes in the Dark’.
To be released April 19th 2019
Stream ‘Gemini’ everywhere - ampl.ink

Benny Greb- Drums
Kevin Scott - Bass
Eric Guenther - Piano/Keyboards
Nick Johnston - Guitar

Composed, arranged and co-produced by Nick Johnston
Co-produced with Eric Guenther
Engineered by Scott Giffin
Mixed by John Douglass
Mastered by Kris Crummett
Artwork by Matt HK
Video shot by Wyatt Clough

All music written and arranged by Nick Johnston

© 2019 Remarkably Human Inc.

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PhillyPretzel  Mar 9, 2019 • 11:58:40am

::: snif snif :::
Ahh the scent of a new thread. That was the good news. I just finished canvassing my entire division and all I got was 5 signatures. I am very discouraged.

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Eclectic Cyborg  Mar 9, 2019 • 12:01:13pm

re: #1 PhillyPretzel

::: snif snif :::
Ahh the scent of a new thread. That was the good news. I just finished canvassing my entire division and all I got was 5 signatures. I am very discouraged.

Don’t be. Stuff like that happens. Still plenty of time to turn it around.

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PhillyPretzel  Mar 9, 2019 • 12:02:50pm

re: #2 Eclectic Cyborg

Yes, it can happen. The problem is my ward leader wants to collect the petition tomorrow. He is the one who said to go out today and get signatures.

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Khal Wimpo (the extinguisher of tiki torches)  Mar 9, 2019 • 12:05:04pm

re: #3 PhillyPretzel

Yes, it can happen. The problem is my ward leader wants to collect the petition tomorrow. He is the one who said to go out today and get signatures.

Asking for the impossible does not mean that you have an obligation to deliver on something that should have been reasonably started long, LONG ago. Do the best you can in the time allotted. If you can’t get any more signatures today, you can’t.

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PhillyPretzel  Mar 9, 2019 • 12:08:06pm

re: #4 Khal Wimpo (the extinguisher of tiki torches)

I know. I was given the petition in late February and I have tried every weekend to get out but the weather and other things were against me. I might try tomorrow but that may be cancelled due to wet weather.

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makeitstop  Mar 9, 2019 • 12:17:26pm

Sorry to go OT so quickly, but I’ve got a question for our British motorcar-conversant Lizards…

My wife has talked for years about getting a ‘sunny day’ car, and we went looking online last night and found a 1977 MGB locally.

We went and took a look at it today, and I was pretty impressed. It was in very good shape - body was straight and solid, doors hung straight and true, new top, new master cylinder among other parts, new tires, 82K miles. It pushed a little oil when first started up, but that cleared up in a minute and the engine runs smoothly. Floorboards and wheelwells were in terrific shape. It got a new paint job years ago, but the paint was in very good shape. Garage kept for just about all of its life, the dealer is the third owner. And at the price point, I’m all in because my wife works ridiculously hard and I want her to have a fun little car as a reward for being so good at what she does.

The dealer has a lift, so we’re going to go back with a mechanic to look it over next weekend. My question to you guys - is there anything in particular we should look for, potential trouble spots, mechanical issues etc? We’ve never owned one of these, and we want to go in as informed as we can possibly be. Thanks in advance for any help or suggestions!

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retired cynic  Mar 9, 2019 • 12:20:23pm

re: #6 makeitstop

NOT an expert, but my brother and I wanted one so badly, back when we were under 20! We used to go sit in an antique one (gosh, would be 75 years old?) in nice weather. We were lucky the car lot didn’t chase us out!

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PhillyPretzel  Mar 9, 2019 • 12:20:56pm

re: #6 makeitstop

I do not know much about that car but I will say it looks very good and it sounds like it has been very well cared for.

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451_Montag  Mar 9, 2019 • 12:23:02pm

re: #6 makeitstop

I once had a MG midget. Similar style, 2 seater rec. One piece of a advice. Get rid of the plastic bumpers. Metal ones so much nicer. Will have to lower the suspension a bit as well.

Not very fast but extremely fun to drive.

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Eventual Carrion  Mar 9, 2019 • 12:33:30pm

re: #9 451_Montag

I once had a MG midget. Similar style, 2 seater rec. One piece of a advice. Get rid of the plastic bumpers. Metal ones so much nicer. Will have to lower the suspension a bit as well.

Not very fast but extremely fun to drive.

Roommate of mine had one back in the 80’s. We would blow around Houston with the top down. Very fun little car. Only problem he had with it was the choke spring would unhook from its linkage every once in a while, but was easy enough to reach in and relink it.

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Hecuba's daughter  Mar 9, 2019 • 12:45:04pm

Bret Stephens — and the need for Democrats to be avid supporters of capitalism

I know that it’s Bret Stephens — the ersatz Never-Trumper who is also Never any progressive candidate but…

Assuming Trump isn’t brought down early by his treason or corruption, the problem we face in 2020 is that the GOP (and modern Conservative Parties in general) excel at getting a devoted following by promoting fear and hate of the “other”. In order to achieve victory, we need to develop the same level of fear directed at climate change and environmental apocalypse. Before Pearl Harbor, most Americans either outright supported the Germans or felt we could stay on the sidelines. We couldn’t motivate sufficient support for the Allies in WWII until we suffered a direct attack. We need to do something now to generate a similar level of unity and purpose.

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Dread Pirate Whitebeard  Mar 9, 2019 • 12:45:50pm
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Belafon  Mar 9, 2019 • 12:50:12pm

re: #11 Hecuba’s daughter

I think we should be avid supporters of reality. Capitalism has its uses, but can’t solve every problem.

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ObserverArt  Mar 9, 2019 • 1:01:15pm

re: #6 makeitstop

Sorry to go OT so quickly, but I’ve got a question for our British motorcar-conversant Lizards…

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This might lend a hand.

MGB Buyers Guide

Classic Motorsports - Underrated Classics

MGB Sports Cars, what to look for BEFORE buying

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Charles Johnson  Mar 9, 2019 • 1:08:20pm
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Barefoot Grin  Mar 9, 2019 • 1:08:58pm

My brother owned an MG midget in high school in the 1970s. He could never quite get it to stop leaking oil, which pissed my dad off some. But he loved it.

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HappyWarrior  Mar 9, 2019 • 1:09:41pm

re: #11 Hecuba’s daughter

Bret Stephens — and the need for Democrats to be avid supporters of capitalism

I know that it’s Bret Stephens — the ersatz Never-Trumper who is also Never any progressive candidate but…

Assuming Trump isn’t brought down early by his treason or corruption, the problem we face in 2020 is that the GOP (and modern Conservative Parties in general) excel at getting a devoted following by promoting fear and hate of the “other”. In order to achieve victory, we need to develop the same level of fear directed at climate change and environmental apocalypse. Before Pearl Harbor, most Americans either outright supported the Germans or felt we could stay on the sidelines. We couldn’t motivate sufficient support for the Allies in WWII until we suffered a direct attack. We need to do something now to generate a similar level of unity and purpose.

What Stephens doesn’t want to admit is Capitalism’s flaws. The Dems are being more honest about it these days instead of rah rah capitalism is always right. It’s not

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HappyWarrior  Mar 9, 2019 • 1:09:59pm

re: #13 Belafon

I think we should be avid supporters of reality. Capitalism has its uses, but can’t solve every problem.

Bingo.

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HappyWarrior  Mar 9, 2019 • 1:10:47pm

re: #15 Charles Johnson

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More tax payer money for Ivanka Antionette that she doesn’t deserve.

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Jay C  Mar 9, 2019 • 1:10:51pm

re: #6 makeitstop

Sorry to go OT so quickly, but I’ve got a question for our British motorcar-conversant Lizards…

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If that’s a pic of the actual vehicle, it looks to be in pretty good shape: if the body is in good shape, and the engine runs OK, you’re over the two biggest problems. But with old British cars, problems (usually corrosion) can also arise in the auxiliary systems - brakes (lines, linings, discs/drums); fuel (lines, tank, pump), tranny (gearbox, clutch). And of course, the electrics. A checkout by a knowledgeable mechanic will spots issues with all but the last: problems with the electrical bits can’t be spotted except in operation. But if the car has spent 42 years being well-looked-after (and away from salt/salt air), it should be a good deal. And fun. Good luck.

ADD: OK, if the dealer’s page is accurate, they’ve checked out most of the problem parts. That “no visible rust” comment is a big positive.

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HappyWarrior  Mar 9, 2019 • 1:13:43pm

I’m just tired of hearing you hate freedom if you’re bothered by economic disparity and inequality. That’s a problem. I like Capitalism but it’s not fail safe.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Mar 9, 2019 • 1:19:43pm

re: #21 HappyWarrior

I’m just tired of hearing you hate freedom if you’re bothered by economic disparity and inequality. That’s a problem. I like Capitalism but it’s not fail safe.

Capitalism and the Free Market are mechanisms. They can be useful in balancing supply and demand and for directing capital to where it does the most benefit for the most people.

But they have been turned into an ideology; a belief that the unfettered Free Market is some Divine State of Perfection that we should strive for, that if only Government stopped interfering, Enlightened Self-Interest would solve all our problems and the Invisible Hand would grasp us firmly but gently and guide us to a Happy Ending every time…

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Joe Bacon 🌹  Mar 9, 2019 • 1:21:18pm

re: #22 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

Capitalism and the Free Market are mechanisms. They can be useful in balancing supply and demand and for directing capital to where it does the most benefit for the most people.

But they have been turned into an ideology; a belief that the unfettered Free Market is some Divine State of Perfection that we should strive for, that if only Government stopped interfering, Enlightened Self-Interest would solve all our problems and the Invisible Hand would grasp us firmly but gently and guide us to a Happy Ending every time…

Capitalism gives the rich a Happy Ending every time while everyone else gets the shaft.

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Teukka  Mar 9, 2019 • 1:21:58pm

Now listening to a coupla of CD’s I bought at the 2nd hand store… This one, them wingnuts not gonna like…. Savage Garden-Affirmation-Lyrics

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Teukka  Mar 9, 2019 • 1:22:40pm

re: #23 Joe Bacon 🌹

Capitalism gives the rich a Happy Ending every time while everyone else gets the shaft.

Preach, BROTHER Bacon🌹!

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Unshaken Defiance  Mar 9, 2019 • 1:23:06pm

re: #6 makeitstop

Sorry to go OT so quickly, but I’ve got a question for our British motorcar-conversant Lizards…

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I owned the B model, the hatchback. Make sure you can get a mechanic that can deal with Lucas Electrical and S.U. oil float carbs. Always make sure the knock off wheels are tight. If you strip them they can be hard to find. But fun, and beautiful from back in the day. Nice.

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William Lewis  Mar 9, 2019 • 1:24:31pm

re: #6 makeitstop

Sorry to go OT so quickly, but I’ve got a question for our British motorcar-conversant Lizards…

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Looks nice. I always preferred the Triumph TR6 but the Morris cars were nice too. Good luck and remember that Lucas is the Prince of Darkness;)

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Dread Pirate Whitebeard  Mar 9, 2019 • 1:26:46pm
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HappyWarrior  Mar 9, 2019 • 1:34:58pm

re: #28 Dread Pirate Whitebeard

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Of course it’s possible.

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ObserverArt  Mar 9, 2019 • 1:35:00pm

I’m joking a bit, but I know a lot of cars guys that loved their MGs.

So they went out and bought a Mazda Miata.

They are of course reliable and they even make great little race cars, so there are nice performance parts for them.

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BlueGrl21  Mar 9, 2019 • 1:41:30pm

re: #29 HappyWarrior

Of course it’s possible.

I don’t think the Trumps have done anything in their lives that isn’t corrupt, especially over the past 3-4 years. They couldn’t resist using even their charity to grift, or wounded veterans. We are going to have to sage the White House when they’re gone and create a barrier around Mar-a-Lago to contain them until they all die off. I wish I was kidding but after the whole Bible signing thing I realized part of our population sees them all as deities.

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Dave In Austin  Mar 9, 2019 • 1:46:05pm

Anyone else have that gut feeling about the Florida Happy ending crap?
This thing seems like a fat piece of meat. The more you chew it the bigger it gets.
Or is it just me.

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Dread Pirate Whitebeard  Mar 9, 2019 • 1:50:59pm
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makeitstop  Mar 9, 2019 • 1:51:43pm

re: #14 ObserverArt

This might lend a hand.

MGB Buyers Guide

Classic Motorsports - Underrated Classics

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Video

Thanks, Art! I figured you’d come through with some good info. :)

We pretty much checked everything on those checklists, but we’re going back with a mechanic who will put it up on the lift and let us know if everything is cool before we pull the trigger.

My wife is so excited to get this car! And she more than deserves it, and seeing her excited makes me very happy.

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makeitstop  Mar 9, 2019 • 1:55:16pm

re: #26 Unshaken Defiance

I owned the B model, the hatchback. Make sure you can get a mechanic that can deal with Lucas Electrical and S.U. oil float carbs. Always make sure the knock off wheels are tight. If you strip them they can be hard to find. But fun, and beautiful from back in the day. Nice.

This one’s got Weber carbs! Runs smooth and sounds pretty good for a tiny little ticker.

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William Lewis  Mar 9, 2019 • 2:09:29pm

re: #30 ObserverArt

I’m joking a bit, but I know a lot of cars guys that loved their MGs.

So they went out and bought a Mazda Miata.

They are of course reliable and they even make great little race cars, so there are nice performance parts for them.

I need to find out if my fat and tall ass would fit in an older Miata. Some of them can be found 5k to 10k in really nice condition.

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GlutenFreeJesus  Mar 9, 2019 • 2:12:12pm
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jaunte  Mar 9, 2019 • 2:12:36pm
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HappyWarrior  Mar 9, 2019 • 2:14:42pm

re: #38 jaunte

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Coulter is a bigoted witch but she knows he’s full of shit.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Mar 9, 2019 • 2:24:16pm

re: #38 jaunte

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but wait…there’s more!

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Mar 9, 2019 • 2:24:45pm

LOLOLOLOLOLOL

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HappyWarrior  Mar 9, 2019 • 2:31:33pm

re: #41 Backwoods_Sleuth

LOLOLOLOLOLOL

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Maybe you shouldn’t be such a crook, Donnie Whiner. Your whole crooked organization is going down and Ivanka by the time she’s your age will be a convicted felon and pariah.

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jaunte  Mar 9, 2019 • 2:34:14pm
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Backwoods_Sleuth  Mar 9, 2019 • 2:43:54pm

Update on Daisy:
Managed to get an appointment with the veterinarian today. All of her bloodwork came back normal, so none of the expected horrible possibilities for an elderly dog came to pass.
She hasn’t been able to hold down food or water since Thursday, so was extremely dehydrated. She had a slightly elevated temperature, but no obvious pain. No obvious lumps. Nice pink gums and clear eyes.

Vet said it appears to be gastritis (aka stomach flu).

He gave her a good size bolus of fluids, so she looks like a little camel right now. An antibiotic for whatever associated infection she may have, and some anti-nausea med to give her for the next 10 days.

Right now she is zonked out at my feet.

Looks like the little terror has a few more years left in her.

I am the happy.

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PhillyPretzel  Mar 9, 2019 • 2:45:11pm

re: #44 Backwoods_Sleuth

That is good news. :)

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makeitstop  Mar 9, 2019 • 2:45:54pm

re: #44 Backwoods_Sleuth

Update on Daisy:
Managed to get an appointment with the veterinarian today. All of her bloodwork came back normal, so none of the expected horrible possibilities for an elderly dog came to pass.
She hasn’t been able to hold down food or water since Thursday, so was extremely dehydrated. She had a slightly elevated temperature, but no obvious pain. No obvious lumps. Nice pink gums and clear eyes.

Vet said it appears to be gastritis (aka stomach flu).

He gave her a good size bolus of fluids, so she looks like a little camel right now. An antibiotic for whatever associated infection she may have, and some anti-nausea med to give her for the next 10 days.

Right now she is zonked out at my feet.

Looks like the little terror has a few more years left in her.

I am the happy.

That’s great news. Give Daisy some pettins from us Northerners. :)

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HappyWarrior  Mar 9, 2019 • 2:49:54pm

re: #43 jaunte

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You know nothing about JFK.

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Eric The Fruit Bat  Mar 9, 2019 • 2:52:47pm

re: #24 Teukka
Ah, yes-Darren Hayes-the Marty Balin of the millenials.

That album also had two other more popular songs: “I Knew That I Loved You” and “The Animal Song”, which was used in a movie, but had probably the most killing lyrics in a song…

I have difficulties keeping to myself
Feelings and emotions better off on the shelf
Animals and children tell the truth, they never lie
There’s a thought, now you decide”

‘tis a shame they only lasted two albums. And then Darren Hayes delivers a incredible single post-Savage Garden….

Darren Hayes of Savage Garden - So Beautiful (Video)

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Mar 9, 2019 • 2:54:33pm
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wrenchwench  Mar 9, 2019 • 2:55:54pm

re: #44 Backwoods_Sleuth

Update on Daisy:
Managed to get an appointment with the veterinarian today. All of her bloodwork came back normal, so none of the expected horrible possibilities for an elderly dog came to pass.
She hasn’t been able to hold down food or water since Thursday, so was extremely dehydrated. She had a slightly elevated temperature, but no obvious pain. No obvious lumps. Nice pink gums and clear eyes.

Vet said it appears to be gastritis (aka stomach flu).

He gave her a good size bolus of fluids, so she looks like a little camel right now. An antibiotic for whatever associated infection she may have, and some anti-nausea med to give her for the next 10 days.

Right now she is zonked out at my feet.

Looks like the little terror has a few more years left in her.

I am the happy.

I has the vicarious happies.

Vets are good.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Mar 9, 2019 • 2:56:00pm
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Backwoods_Sleuth  Mar 9, 2019 • 3:01:24pm

re: #50 wrenchwench

I has the vicarious happies.

Vets are good.

It was a bittersweet vet visit today.
Excellent news for Daisy, but the vet told us that he just started dialysis and is waiting to be approved by the transplant team at University of Kentucky.
DrG is one of the best vets around. A few years ago, he saved the life of our other dog, Glory the big goofy coonhound, when she came down with sudden-onset pyometra. We really did not think she would survive the night, much less the major surgery the next day. But she did.

So, DrG is gonna be getting all of the good vibes I can bundle up and head his way.

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wrenchwench  Mar 9, 2019 • 3:06:15pm

re: #52 Backwoods_Sleuth

It was a bittersweet vet visit today.
Excellent news for Daisy, but the vet told us that he just started dialysis and is waiting to be approved by the transplant team at University of Kentucky.
DrG is one of the best vets around. A few years ago, he saved the life of our other dog, Glory the big goofy coonhound, when she came down with sudden-onset pyometra. We really did not think she would survived the night, much less the major surgery the next day. But she did.

So, DrG is gonna be getting all of the good vibes I can bundle up and head his way.

All the best for DrG.

The cats’ vet brought his daughter into the practice. A father-daughter vetset.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Mar 9, 2019 • 3:09:02pm
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Backwoods_Sleuth  Mar 9, 2019 • 3:09:30pm
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Backwoods_Sleuth  Mar 9, 2019 • 3:10:45pm
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Eventual Carrion  Mar 9, 2019 • 3:11:23pm

re: #53 wrenchwench

All the best for DrG.

The cats’ vet brought his daughter into the practice. A father-daughter vetset.

We have a mother-daughter vetset just outside of town.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Mar 9, 2019 • 3:12:44pm

re: #53 wrenchwench

All the best for DrG.

The cats’ vet brought his daughter into the practice. A father-daughter vetset.

re: #57 Eventual Carrion

We have a mother-daughter vetset just outside of town.

MrBWS goes to a father-daughter gentle-dental in Cincinnati area.

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PhillyPretzel  Mar 9, 2019 • 3:15:11pm

re: #58 Backwoods_Sleuth

My brother-in-law is a dentist. I went to him in the past month for a chipped tooth. Now he was to deep clean my mouth. I have to schedule days off for it.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Mar 9, 2019 • 3:21:45pm
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Romantic Heretic  Mar 9, 2019 • 3:22:15pm

re: #13 Belafon

I think we should be avid supporters of reality. Capitalism has its uses, but can’t solve every problem.

Capitalism is a tool and can only do what its operators direct it to do.

What capitalism is not is an ethical system. Much of the pain the world is suffering is because people use it as an ethical system.

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Romantic Heretic  Mar 9, 2019 • 3:23:36pm

re: #23 Joe Bacon 🌹

Capitalism gives the rich a Happy Ending every time while everyone else gets the shaft.

Without lube.

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Patricia Kayden  Mar 9, 2019 • 3:24:07pm

re: #44 Backwoods_Sleuth

Yay Daisy!!

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Mar 9, 2019 • 3:24:31pm

classic wall cloud there

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A hollow voice says, Collusion!  Mar 9, 2019 • 3:25:03pm

re: #44 Backwoods_Sleuth

Long Live Daisy!

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Mar 9, 2019 • 3:28:07pm

oh PULEEEZE, you delusional old fart

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Quoth the raven, Covfefe.  Mar 9, 2019 • 3:30:32pm

Mrs. Fish and I were just discussing how randomly weird it must be for foreigners to the Midwest to hear the tornado siren tests that happen on the first Wednesday of the month:

“Is that … an air raid siren?”
“No, it’s a tornado siren.”
“TORNADOES?! Where’s the basement? Have you got emergency supplies? ARE WE GONNA DIE?!?!?”
“No, it’s Wednesday.”
“…”

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MsJ  Mar 9, 2019 • 3:32:55pm

re: #44 Backwoods_Sleuth

That’s FABULOUS!! I’m thrilled to hear that.

Stay strong Daisy!!

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Mar 9, 2019 • 3:39:50pm

re: #68 MsJ

That’s FABULOUS!! I’m thrilled to hear that.

Stay strong Daisy!!

I know that you can imagine my extreme relief.
My mind was running rampant with horrid possible outcomes and I was completely convinced that I would not be bringing her home.

If we had *not* taken her in today, she would in all likelihood (due to here age) no longer be with us in a few days and it would have been a very painful end because of starvation and dehydration.

Just goes to show…needless worries can have consequences.
(I was also worried about being seen as a bad dogmom because her shedding prob is the pre-matt stage. But fuck that when my furbabies feel awful. I’ll get over it, they might not.)

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Mar 9, 2019 • 3:41:30pm

moron.
I saw the report, and it ain’t nothing special.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Mar 9, 2019 • 3:49:56pm

i. am. speechless.

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A hollow voice says, Collusion!  Mar 9, 2019 • 3:55:39pm

re: #67 Quoth the raven, Covfefe.

Mrs. Fish and I were just discussing how randomly weird it must be for foreigners to the Midwest to hear the tornado siren tests that happen on the first Wednesday of the month:

“Is that … an air raid siren?”
“No, it’s a tornado siren.”
“TORNADOES?! Where’s the basement? Have you got emergency supplies? ARE WE GONNA DIE?!?!?”
“No, it’s Wednesday.”
“…”

Sounds like the time I was signing up an Israeli when our first Wednesday test of the emergency system happened.

“That… sounds like a siren.”

“Yeah. First Wednesday.”

“Where I come from, we tend to pay attention to sirens.”

“Any other time, pay attention. For now, relax.”

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steve_davis  Mar 9, 2019 • 3:56:50pm

re: #44 Backwoods_Sleuth

Update on Daisy:
Managed to get an appointment with the veterinarian today. All of her bloodwork came back normal, so none of the expected horrible possibilities for an elderly dog came to pass.
She hasn’t been able to hold down food or water since Thursday, so was extremely dehydrated. She had a slightly elevated temperature, but no obvious pain. No obvious lumps. Nice pink gums and clear eyes.

Vet said it appears to be gastritis (aka stomach flu).

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He gave her a good size bolus of fluids, so she looks like a little camel right now. An antibiotic for whatever associated infection she may have, and some anti-nausea med to give her for the next 10 days.

Right now she is zonked out at my feet.

Looks like the little terror has a few more years left in her.

I am the happy.

how does an animal that will happily eat a cat’s vomit without ill effect get a stomach flu?

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Mar 9, 2019 • 3:58:07pm

re: #73 steve_davis

how does an animal that will happily eat a cat’s vomit without ill effect get a stomach flu?

mystery of the ages, that is

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jaunte  Mar 9, 2019 • 4:00:23pm
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Quoth the raven, Covfefe.  Mar 9, 2019 • 4:01:25pm

re: #75 jaunte

Borders on? Eric, come talk to me, bruh. Seriously. It HAS BEEN a cult for more than a generation.

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BeachDem  Mar 9, 2019 • 4:02:42pm

re: #66 Backwoods_Sleuth

oh PULEEEZE, you delusional old fart

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I haven’t totally committed to a candidate yet, but I DID make my first donation for 2020. It was to Kamala Harris yesterday, when I met her in MB. I was very impressed—she was really good with the crowd; spoke forcefully about issues; answered questions well; worked the crowd with enthusiasm. When I got to talk to her (for about 10 seconds) I mentioned having heard the story about her being the inspiration for Emerge America and she got this huge smile on her face and said, “Oh yeah—back in the day in San Francisco.”

Some pics:



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Eventual Carrion  Mar 9, 2019 • 4:03:09pm

re: #75 jaunte

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Since when does America have an emperor?

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jaunte  Mar 9, 2019 • 4:03:25pm

re: #76 Quoth the raven, Covfefe.

For some reason I had the impression that “render unto Caesar” was all about paying your taxes, but Falwell wouldn’t go there.

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freetoken  Mar 9, 2019 • 4:03:46pm

re: #75 jaunte

white evangelicalism in America now borders on being a cult

[Ron Howard voice over] It always was a cult.

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jaunte  Mar 9, 2019 • 4:04:52pm

Render [your taxes unto the constituted civil authority] unless you’ve managed to lobby into being a complete exemption for your private club.

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jaunte  Mar 9, 2019 • 4:05:29pm

re: #78 Eventual Carrion

Let me check with Jon McNaughton.

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Quoth the raven, Covfefe.  Mar 9, 2019 • 4:06:28pm

re: #79 jaunte

For some reason I had the impression that “render unto Caesar” was all about paying your taxes, but Falwell wouldn’t go there.

When I read that line at the end about “Jesus never said to let illegals enter Rome”, literally I just about threw my desk.

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Skip Intro  Mar 9, 2019 • 4:07:57pm

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jaunte  Mar 9, 2019 • 4:09:15pm

re: #83 Quoth the raven, Covfefe.

Clearly Falwell is on the Roman side.

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Quoth the raven, Covfefe.  Mar 9, 2019 • 4:09:34pm

re: #85 jaunte

Clearly Falwell is on the Roman side.

Funny, I was always taught the Romans killed Jesus.

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jaunte  Mar 9, 2019 • 4:09:53pm

re: #86 Quoth the raven, Covfefe.

And it’s still happening.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Mar 9, 2019 • 4:12:10pm
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sagehen  Mar 9, 2019 • 4:12:29pm

re: #17 HappyWarrior

What Stephens doesn’t want to admit is Capitalism’s flaws. The Dems are being more honest about it these days instead of rah rah capitalism is always right. It’s not

Higher tax rates, strict laws (and aggressive enforcement) about fraud, environmental protection and worker safety…. would solve ALL the problems of capitalism.

Campaign finance transparency and limits on lobbying would solve the problems of too low taxes, too lenient laws (and not enough enforcement) about fraud, environmental protection and worker safety.

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Patricia Kayden  Mar 9, 2019 • 4:14:47pm
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Patricia Kayden  Mar 9, 2019 • 4:16:25pm

re: #75 jaunte

And that man calls himself a Christian. How is that name calling and bullying tweet attractive to non-Christians?

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Quoth the raven, Covfefe.  Mar 9, 2019 • 4:17:01pm

re: #91 Patricia Kayden

And that man calls himself a Christian. How is that name calling and bullying tweet attractive to non-Christians?

Because brown people bad and anti-abortion good.

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PhillyPretzel  Mar 9, 2019 • 4:18:05pm

Update: My ward leader just came to collect my petition and 5 signatures was okay. He told that I did a good job. That was a big surprise. He usually tells me to get out and get more. I guess he took a look at how few R’s there are in my division. I am going to treat myself tomorrow. :)

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Renaissance_Man  Mar 9, 2019 • 4:26:56pm

re: #92 Quoth the raven, Covfefe.

Because brown people bad and anti-abortion good.

It’s not even that. The ‘anti-abortion’ nonsense is nothing about abortion. It’s a little about controlling women, but mostly it’s about hate and the maintenance of social dominance. That article someone posted on how the evangelical cult changed to being zealously anti-abortion over a few years, and retroactively pretended that they had been forever, was eye-opening. Evangelicalism, like many parts of American culture, is nothing more than a veneer for maintaining power imbalances.

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Quoth the raven, Covfefe.  Mar 9, 2019 • 4:27:35pm

re: #94 Renaissance_Man

It’s not even that. The ‘anti-abortion’ nonsense is nothing about abortion. It’s a little about controlling women, but mostly it’s about hate and the maintenance of social dominance. That article someone posted on how the evangelical cult changed to being zealously anti-abortion over a few years, and retroactively pretended that they had been forever, was eye-opening. Evangelicalism, like many parts of American culture, is nothing more than a veneer for maintaining power imbalances.

I have that bookmarked. I almost - ALMOST - posted it to my Facebook. I still want to so bad, but Mrs. Fish has convinced me that we’re not quite ready for that stage of lunacy.

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austin_blue  Mar 9, 2019 • 4:30:22pm

re: #6 makeitstop

Sorry to go OT so quickly, but I’ve got a question for our British motorcar-conversant Lizards…

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Good cars. Easy to work on, solid motor.

But like most English sports vehicles, the weakest point is the electrical system. They all pretty much used Lucas components, and Lucas isn’t known as The Prince of Darkness for nothing.

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Quoth the raven, Covfefe.  Mar 9, 2019 • 4:33:08pm

re: #96 austin_blue

Good cars. Easy to work on, solid motor.

But like most English sports vehicles, the weakest point is the electrical system. They all pretty much used Lucas components, and Lucas isn’t known as The Prince of Darkness for nothing.

Wait, you mean that’s not George Lucas?

///

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Mar 9, 2019 • 4:34:28pm
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Jay C  Mar 9, 2019 • 4:38:42pm

re: #91 Patricia Kayden

And that man calls himself a Christian. How is that name calling and bullying tweet attractive to non-Christians?

It’s not intended for non-Christians: like Trump at one of his carefully-stage-managed rallies, this is “red meat for the base”: tough talk to make them feel virtuously angry/angrily virtuous.
With a nice big order of political tub-thumping on the side….

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Decatur Deb  Mar 9, 2019 • 4:42:38pm

re: #96 austin_blue

Good cars. Easy to work on, solid motor.

But like most English sports vehicles, the weakest point is the electrical system. They all pretty much used Lucas components, and Lucas isn’t known as The Prince of Darkness for nothing.

Virtually everyone who has experience of British sportscars has experience with sportscars that are 30-50 yrs old. Of course the electrics are clapped out. Most of my 45-yr old LR electrics are original, and the rest wasn’t hard to bodge.

(Loved my ‘73 MG Midget and its 2 Midget donor cars. Note there might be a discrepancy in the age of Makeitstop’s car—I don’t think they were putting the rubber baby buggy bumpers on MGs until 1980. It could be newer than 77.)

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jaunte  Mar 9, 2019 • 4:42:48pm
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jaunte  Mar 9, 2019 • 4:44:13pm

“…Under the formula, countries would pay the full cost of stationing American troops on their territory, plus 50 percent more, said U.S. and foreign officials familiar with the idea, which could have allies contributing five times what they provide.”

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goddamnedfrank  Mar 9, 2019 • 4:44:22pm

Imagine being able to go back and discover this for the first time. I’m so jealous.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Mar 9, 2019 • 4:44:57pm

re: #101 jaunte

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obviously it has not occurred to the moron that those countries can just say gtfo, and they keep all of the existing infrastructure, etc.

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wrenchwench  Mar 9, 2019 • 4:46:57pm

re: #103 goddamnedfrank

Imagine being able to go back and discover this for the first time. I’m so jealous.

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I haven’t seen it. Yet, I guess.

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sagehen  Mar 9, 2019 • 4:48:04pm

re: #102 jaunte

“…Under the formula, countries would pay the full cost of stationing American troops on their territory, plus 50 percent more, said U.S. and foreign officials familiar with the idea, which could have allies contributing five times what they provide.”

And all those seriously wounded American service members saved at Ramstein…. gosh, I hope an extra 8 hours in the air to get to Walter Reed isn’t a problem for them. And I hope Walter Reed has enough room for all of them.

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jaunte  Mar 9, 2019 • 4:48:57pm

re: #106 sagehen

Trump doesn’t know about that, and if he did he wouldn’t care.

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jaunte  Mar 9, 2019 • 4:49:34pm

Trump thinks people who serve in the military are dumb.

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Decatur Deb  Mar 9, 2019 • 4:49:57pm

re: #100 Decatur Deb

Edit: Google images shows many 77 MGBs with either style of bumper. 1980 might have the change year for the Midget.

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William Lewis  Mar 9, 2019 • 4:50:49pm

re: #91 Patricia Kayden

And that man calls himself a Christian. How is that name calling and bullying tweet attractive to non-Christians?

I sometimes wonder if him or Frankie Graham are the worst pretend Christians but honestly they aren’t the worst; only the most visible of tip of a very rotten iceberg.

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Quoth the raven, Covfefe.  Mar 9, 2019 • 4:51:37pm

re: #110 William Lewis

I sometimes wonder if him or Frankie Graham are the worst pretend Christians but honestly they aren’t the worst; only the most visible of tip of a very rotten iceberg.

All of this. And when my dad sent me a treatise by said Franklin Graham in defense of Trump’s travel ban, that’s when I knew that they were irredeemably lost.

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jaunte  Mar 9, 2019 • 4:52:23pm
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Decatur Deb  Mar 9, 2019 • 4:53:44pm

re: #112 jaunte

Like them better without the masks. Thanks, Trump.

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Jay C  Mar 9, 2019 • 4:56:12pm

re: #100 Decatur Deb

Virtually everyone who has experience of British sportscars have experience with sportscars that are 30-50 yrs old. Of course the electrics are clapped out. Most of my 45-yr old LR electrics are original, and the rest wasn’t hard to bodge.

(Loved my ‘75 MG Midget and its 2 Midget donor cars. Note there might be a discrepancy in the age of Makeitstop’s car—I don’t think they were putting the rubber baby buggy bumpers on MGs until 1980. It could be newer than 77.)

According to the piece linked in Comment # 34, MG started fitting the “rubber” bumpers in Sept., 1974 (‘75 model year) and continued to the end of the run/the marque/the company in 1980

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Decatur Deb  Mar 9, 2019 • 5:01:00pm

re: #109 Decatur Deb

Edit: Google images shows many 77 MGBs with either style of bumper. 1980 might have the change year for the Midget.

Edit again: Losing a decade, here, 1980 was the last year of production, not the bumper change.

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Decatur Deb  Mar 9, 2019 • 5:01:38pm

re: #114 Jay C

Beat me by a couple minutes.

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Patricia Kayden  Mar 9, 2019 • 5:04:44pm
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Patricia Kayden  Mar 9, 2019 • 5:06:01pm
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Backwoods_Sleuth  Mar 9, 2019 • 5:09:02pm
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Ace-o-aces  Mar 9, 2019 • 5:09:11pm
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makeitstop  Mar 9, 2019 • 5:14:49pm

re: #100 Decatur Deb

Virtually everyone who has experience of British sportscars has experience with sportscars that are 30-50 yrs old. Of course the electrics are clapped out. Most of my 45-yr old LR electrics are original, and the rest wasn’t hard to bodge.

(Loved my ‘73 MG Midget and its 2 Midget donor cars. Note there might be a discrepancy in the age of Makeitstop’s car—I don’t think they were putting the rubber baby buggy bumpers on MGs until 1980. It could be newer than 77.)

Yeah, a friend whose father used to work on Brit sportscars mentioned that the bumpers were wrong. They might be an aftermarket job.

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Belafon  Mar 9, 2019 • 5:15:20pm

re: #75 jaunte

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Patricia Kayden  Mar 9, 2019 • 5:15:36pm

re: #112 jaunte

According to Snopes, that tweet by Falwell
is fake. Shocked!!

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Belafon  Mar 9, 2019 • 5:18:05pm

...

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Decatur Deb  Mar 9, 2019 • 5:20:30pm

re: #121 makeitstop

Like someone said above, you can swap them back for aesthetics. The later US-compliant bumpers are somewhat safer, though. These cars are a delight to work on, and the Internet has made parts much more available. You do have to master a new vocabulary, but it’s full of great phrases like “Laycock de Normanville Overdrive”.

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jaunte  Mar 9, 2019 • 5:25:02pm

re: #123 Patricia Kayden

Thanks for checking, and sorry about furthering the fake.

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jaunte  Mar 9, 2019 • 5:25:46pm

Laycock de Normanville Overdrive would have been a great hair band name.

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Decatur Deb  Mar 9, 2019 • 5:27:31pm

re: #127 jaunte

Laycock de Normanville Overdrive would have been a great hair band name.

“Gudgeon Pin” has a Death Metal ring to it.

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Eventual Carrion  Mar 9, 2019 • 5:30:04pm

re: #127 jaunte

Laycock de Normanville Overdrive would have been a great hair band name.

Or a pron name

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wheat-dogg, raker of forests, master of steam  Mar 9, 2019 • 5:32:09pm

re: #6 makeitstop

Sorry to go OT so quickly, but I’ve got a question for our British motorcar-conversant Lizards…

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Unless you’re both dead set on an MG, I recommend a Mazda Miata for a fun little car to drive. Newer mechanics, easier to get serviced, etc. I’m partial to the first generation models from the 1980s and ’90s, but that’s just me.

For either one, take a magnet with you and test the body panels to see if they’ve got lots of Bondo covering up rust or severe damage to the steel panels.

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wheat-dogg, raker of forests, master of steam  Mar 9, 2019 • 5:35:40pm

re: #29 HappyWarrior

Of course it’s possible.

Actually, more than likely.

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austin_blue  Mar 9, 2019 • 5:38:17pm

re: #100 Decatur Deb

Virtually everyone who has experience of British sportscars has experience with sportscars that are 30-50 yrs old. Of course the electrics are clapped out. Most of my 45-yr old LR electrics are original, and the rest wasn’t hard to bodge.

(Loved my ‘73 MG Midget and its 2 Midget donor cars. Note there might be a discrepancy in the age of Makeitstop’s car—I don’t think they were putting the rubber baby buggy bumpers on MGs until 1980. It could be newer than 77.)

Jaguar started doing it in 1974 on the XKE to meet the new 5 MPH bumper standard. MGB’s got a strap-on black rubber bumper in late ‘74 models and this was fully incorporated, front and back, in all of the ‘75’s.

I thought it busted up the pristine lines of the original shape, but there you go.

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Charles Johnson  Mar 9, 2019 • 5:40:37pm
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wrenchwench  Mar 9, 2019 • 5:43:06pm

re: #133 Charles Johnson

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I had a cat named Mooch for a short time. Female.

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austin_blue  Mar 9, 2019 • 5:46:53pm

re: #134 wrenchwench

I had a cat named Mooch for a short time. Female.

Everyone who ever owned a cat had a cat named Mooch. It’s just that most folks didn’t call it that. My Mooch is called Socket, for obvious reasons.

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Dave In Austin  Mar 9, 2019 • 5:46:58pm
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makeitstop  Mar 9, 2019 • 5:48:58pm

re: #130 wheat-dogg, raker of forests, master of steam

Unless you’re both dead set on an MG, I recommend a Mazda Miata for a fun little car to drive. Newer mechanics, easier to get serviced, etc. I’m partial to the first generation models from the 1980s and ’90s, but that’s just me.

That’s my wife’s call, as the car will be hers (I might get to drive it from time to time if I’m good). And despite all the horror stories about what a nightmare they can be to maintain, she does kind of have her heart set on an MG. We were also looking at Triumphs, but they’re actually selling for quite a bit more than MGs from what we’ve seen.

For either one, take a magnet with you and test the body panels to see if they’ve got lots of Bondo covering up rust or severe damage to the steel panels.

We did that, and the body is in surprisingly good shape! According to the dealer, it’s been garage kept at all times and barely even driven in Winter, so the exposure to salt appears to have been minimal.

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teleskiguy  Mar 9, 2019 • 5:49:51pm

re: #103 goddamnedfrank

“Son, you got a panty on your head,” dude says with a gun pointed at his head.

Great movie.

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Dave In Austin  Mar 9, 2019 • 5:53:11pm
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PhillyPretzel  Mar 9, 2019 • 5:55:29pm

re: #139 Dave In Austin

Perfect. /

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Dave In Austin  Mar 9, 2019 • 5:56:46pm

WTFITS????

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Belafon  Mar 9, 2019 • 5:57:48pm

re: #117 Patricia Kayden

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jaunte  Mar 9, 2019 • 5:57:57pm

re: #141 Dave In Austin

“Does this fit your plan for the End Times?”

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Decatur Deb  Mar 9, 2019 • 5:58:21pm

re: #137 makeitstop

That’s my wife’s call, as the car will be hers (I might get to drive it from time to time if I’m good). And despite all the horror stories about what a nightmare they can be to maintain, she does kind of have her heart set on an MG. We were also looking at Triumphs, but they’re actually selling for quite a bit more than MGs from what we’ve seen.

We did that, and the body is in surprisingly good shape! According to the dealer, it’s been garage kept at all times and barely even driven in Winter, so the exposure to salt appears to have been minimal.

Sounds like she will require a proper wicker picnic hamper. Fortnum and Mason is best.

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Charles Johnson  Mar 9, 2019 • 5:58:47pm
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teleskiguy  Mar 9, 2019 • 5:59:01pm
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The Vicious Babushka  Mar 9, 2019 • 6:01:02pm

re: #141 Dave In Austin

WTFITS????

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It’s a Pyramid scam, with the actual Pyramids.

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wheat-dogg, raker of forests, master of steam  Mar 9, 2019 • 6:02:04pm

re: #137 makeitstop

I fully understand your wife’s yen for an MG. Some cars just appeal to us emotionally. I’d love to own a Jaguar XKE from the 1960s, assuming I could even afford to buy one and keep the thing running.

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BlueGrl21  Mar 9, 2019 • 6:03:29pm

re: #75 jaunte

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Jesus was an illiterate peasant from a tiny backwoods town who was barely known in his lifetime outside of a small geographical area. Only reason he got on the Roman radar at all was he and his followers were seen as a threat to their stability in another pretty much irrelevant part of the massive Roman Empire.

That one man was barely a tiny blip on anything Roman. He wasn’t going to be telling anyone anything.

The thing about Jesus is not that he was some godlike messiah in his lifetime. He was basically no one.

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wheat-dogg, raker of forests, master of steam  Mar 9, 2019 • 6:05:09pm

re: #145 Charles Johnson

Omar’s biggest and only “threat” was to say something others already have said, but doing so while wearing hijab. The Right and the Left are both playing the “scary Muslim” hysteria post-2001, but in different modes.

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makeitstop  Mar 9, 2019 • 6:06:57pm

re: #144 Decatur Deb

Sounds like she will require a proper wicker picnic hamper. Fortnum and Mason is best.

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Potential Christmas present! Thanks for the suggestion! :)

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William Lewis  Mar 9, 2019 • 6:11:30pm

re: #149 BlueGrl21

Jesus was an illiterate peasant from a tiny backwoods town who was barely known in his lifetime outside of a small geographical area. Only reason he got on the Roman radar at all was he and his followers were seen as a threat to their stability in another pretty much irrelevant part of the massive Roman Empire.

That one man was barely a tiny blip on anything Roman. He wasn’t going to be telling anyone anything.

The thing about Jesus is not that he was some godlike messiah in his lifetime. He was basically no one.

When Jesus Became God is a good book on the topic. I prefer the incarnate version to the divine one, but Anglicans are prone to that heresy. ;)

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jaunte  Mar 9, 2019 • 6:11:36pm
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austin_blue  Mar 9, 2019 • 6:11:49pm

re: #137 makeitstop

That’s my wife’s call, as the car will be hers (I might get to drive it from time to time if I’m good). And despite all the horror stories about what a nightmare they can be to maintain, she does kind of have her heart set on an MG. We were also looking at Triumphs, but they’re actually selling for quite a bit more than MGs from what we’ve seen.

We did that, and the body is in surprisingly good shape! According to the dealer, it’s been garage kept at all times and barely even driven in Winter, so the exposure to salt appears to have been minimal.

The MGB is SO much easier to work on than a Triumph. Lots room under the bonnet, logically laid out, and if it has the Weber she drafts, much more reliable. Except for the Lucas grounding strap, which is a just motherfucking sumbitch.

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Belafon  Mar 9, 2019 • 6:12:40pm

re: #141 Dave In Austin

WTFITS????

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“So, Democratic candidate SoAndSo, are you going to call on Jesus like President Trump does?”

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jaunte  Mar 9, 2019 • 6:17:35pm
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Teukka  Mar 9, 2019 • 6:21:53pm

So, this trailer caught my eye on youtube’s ads:

Youtube Video

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austin_blue  Mar 9, 2019 • 6:21:58pm

re: #155 Belafon

“So, Democratic candidate SoAndSo, are you going to call on Jesus like President Trump does?”

“Yes, I’m going to ask Sweet Baby Jesus to identify Trump as a thieving con man. It’s not going to happen, because Sweet Baby Jesus does not give a flying fuck about our individual prayers, but I’m hoping I’ll catch Him on a good day.”

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mmmirele  Mar 9, 2019 • 6:27:19pm

re: #141 Dave In Austin

WTFITS????

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Our foreign policy vis a vis Israel is: “Israel must exist so Jesus can return.” It colors EVERYTHING. Including this.

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plansbandc  Mar 9, 2019 • 6:28:00pm

re: #148 wheat-dogg, raker of forests, master of steam

My favorite car of all time.

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William Lewis  Mar 9, 2019 • 6:29:45pm

re: #157 Teukka

So, this trailer caught my eye on youtube’s ads:

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I hope it will live up to the legendary comics, but I doubt it . It was perhaps the 3rd best superhero story ever to me (2 was Days of Future Past. 1 was God Loves; Man Kills. All 3 X-Men stories :D )

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Decatur Deb  Mar 9, 2019 • 6:29:56pm

re: #160 plansbandc

My favorite car of all time.

Most beautiful body on a production car. Jaguar will rebuild one into a high-performance electric.

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plansbandc  Mar 9, 2019 • 6:31:00pm

re: #162 Decatur Deb

That would be my dream car.

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teleskiguy  Mar 9, 2019 • 6:32:17pm

Two feet of snow in three days at the ski area. Yesterday and today I’ve skied an abundance of untracked snow.

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Teukka  Mar 9, 2019 • 6:33:01pm

re: #161 William Lewis

I hope it will live up to the legendary comics, but I doubt it . It was perhaps the 3rd best superhero story ever to me (2 was Days of Future Past. 1 was God Loves; Man Kills. All 3 X-Men stories :D )

What irritates me with some DC and Marvel universes is the lack of continuity….

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Decatur Deb  Mar 9, 2019 • 6:33:04pm

re: #163 plansbandc

That would be my dream car.

Jaguar E-Type Zero (Electric)

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Charles Johnson  Mar 9, 2019 • 6:36:21pm
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ObserverArt  Mar 9, 2019 • 6:38:11pm

re: #105 wrenchwench

I haven’t seen it. Yet, I guess.

It is a great Cohen brothers comedy. The whole cast is great but Holly Hunter is fantastic.

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Hecuba's daughter  Mar 9, 2019 • 6:38:15pm

Just watched the HBO movie “Brexit”. Excellent film — and terrifying. And the same thing happened here — targeted advertising promoting a damaging and dishonest message. Robert Mercer — one of the right wing ideologues and billionaires who are destroying this nation — was also instrumental in the Brexit campaign. The whole Western world is under attack and, so far, has failed to mount any real offensive to stop the enemy.

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Eventual Carrion  Mar 9, 2019 • 6:39:05pm

re: #166 Decatur Deb

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teleskiguy  Mar 9, 2019 • 6:39:11pm

re: #167 Charles Johnson

“No Commercial Potential.”

Those words are inside the gatefold on “Freak Out” by The Mothers Of Invention. The first time I listened to that album I read those words and listened, and thought ‘no shit sherlock!’

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Belafon  Mar 9, 2019 • 6:39:28pm

re: #165 Teukka

What irritates me with some DC and Marvel universes is the lack of continuity….

In what way?

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Teukka  Mar 9, 2019 • 6:43:01pm

re: #172 Belafon

In what way?

You end up with a massive number of parallel universes to keep track of. Why not one?

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Decatur Deb  Mar 9, 2019 • 6:43:47pm

re: #170 Eventual Carrion

Costly costa bower.

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mmmirele  Mar 9, 2019 • 6:45:53pm

re: #153 jaunte

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uriel  Mar 9, 2019 • 6:48:42pm

re: #149 BlueGrl21

Only reason he got on the Roman radar at all was he and his followers were seen as a threat to their stability in another pretty much irrelevant part of the massive Roman Empire.

Well, to be fair, Judea was actually fairly important during the Julio-Claudian period due to its geographic proximity to Egypt and the Parthian Empire.

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calochortus  Mar 9, 2019 • 6:49:23pm

re: #141 Dave In Austin

WTFITS????

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Just catching up here, but my first thought with regards to Kushner’s Middle East peace plan, wasn’t whether it was a good idea to put it to evangelicals first but, “there’s an actual plan?”

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wheat-dogg, raker of forests, master of steam  Mar 9, 2019 • 6:50:02pm

re: #166 Decatur Deb

It’s not hard to imagine a future of all-electric replicars — for folks who can afford them. OTOH some drivers just love the sounds of an IC engine, and a whisper-quiet cruise in an EV just doesn’t thrill them, no matter how quick it is.

That said, I’d buy an electric Jag, if I had the money. Therein lies the rub.

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John Vreeland  Mar 9, 2019 • 6:50:18pm

So I’m running sound and it’s a comedy show, so there isn’t a lot to do and someone was handing out Jell-O shots. Then I thought maybe if I got banned by D’Souza I wouldn’t have to parse his tweets any more. I think i need more practice.

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teleskiguy  Mar 9, 2019 • 6:53:52pm

re: #179 John Vreeland

I’ve tried time and time again to get blocked by Sebastian Gorka on Twitter, who is pretty notorious for blocking any and every thing. No dice. I stopped trying last fall.

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Decatur Deb  Mar 9, 2019 • 6:55:42pm

re: #178 wheat-dogg, raker of forests, master of steam

It’s not hard to imagine a future of all-electric replicars — for folks who can afford them. OTOH some drivers just love the sounds of an IC engine, and a whisper-quiet cruise in an EV just doesn’t thrill them, no matter how quick it is.

That said, I’d buy an electric Jag, if I had the money. Therein lies the rub.

1) Buy an electrified Brit classic with wire wheels.
2) Set a playing card in the spokes.

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teleskiguy  Mar 9, 2019 • 6:56:28pm

Jim Wright is a rad dude.

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Joe Bacon 🌹  Mar 9, 2019 • 6:56:42pm

re: #180 teleskiguy

I’ve tried time and time again to get blocked by Sebastian Gorka on Twitter, who is pretty notorious for blocking any and every thing. No dice. I stopped trying last fall.

He blocked me on my first post.

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jaunte  Mar 9, 2019 • 6:57:06pm

re: #181 Decatur Deb

Makes me wonder how big the market for “vroom” sound effects makers will be for the next generation of electric car drivers.

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The Vicious Babushka  Mar 9, 2019 • 6:57:37pm

I have discovered the WORST MALL MUSIC OF ALL TIME (including Christmas music)
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Then I left the store.

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teleskiguy  Mar 9, 2019 • 6:57:39pm

re: #183 Joe Bacon 🌹

He blocked me on my first post.

Lucky you! 😀

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jaunte  Mar 9, 2019 • 6:57:53pm

re: #182 teleskiguy

Brokered (made a deal)

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wrenchwench  Mar 9, 2019 • 6:57:54pm

re: #177 calochortus

Just catching up here, but my first thought with regards to Kushner’s Middle East peace plan, wasn’t whether it was a good idea to put it to evangelicals first but, “there’s an actual plan?”

I have become a ‘Wait, Wait, Don’t Tell Me’ addict (I live with a pusher) and my second favorite joke on there today was, ‘Is it antisemitism if you only hate Jared Kushner?’

I can’t remember my favorite. It’ll come back.

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A hollow voice says, Collusion!  Mar 9, 2019 • 6:58:26pm

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calochortus  Mar 9, 2019 • 6:58:34pm

re: #182 teleskiguy

Jim Wright is a rad dude.

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Perhaps Trump can explain why we need a wall if he stopped the invasion already?

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The Vicious Babushka  Mar 9, 2019 • 6:59:13pm
‘Is it antisemitism if you only hate Jared Kushner?’

No.

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calochortus  Mar 9, 2019 • 7:00:34pm

re: #188 wrenchwench

I have become a ‘Wait, Wait, Don’t Tell Me’ addict (I live with a pusher) and my second favorite joke on there today was, ‘Is it antisemitism if you only hate Jared Kushner?’

I can’t remember my favorite. It’ll come back.

I’m an addict too. I think I was also the pusher with regards to Mr. C. getting hooked.

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wrenchwench  Mar 9, 2019 • 7:03:33pm

re: #192 calochortus

I’m an addict too. I think I was also the pusher with regards to Mr. C. getting hooked.

Oh, yeah, when they were talking about the all female spacewalk, and Peter Sagal said, ‘Making space unsafe for Mike Pence.’

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teleskiguy  Mar 9, 2019 • 7:06:15pm

re: #187 jaunte

Yes. (Understood)

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wheat-dogg, raker of forests, master of steam  Mar 9, 2019 • 7:06:52pm

re: #178 wheat-dogg, raker of forests, master of steam

So, Jaguar-Land Rover designed the electric powerplant to be a drop-in for any Jag using the same original engine and drivetrain. So, anyone with one of those cars could presumably order the conversion parts and have them installed.

The manufacturer of the electrics is in Croatia, so hello Brexit nightmares!

Jaguar E-Type Zero | Fully Charged

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Shiplord Kirel, Friend of Moose and Squirrel  Mar 9, 2019 • 7:10:02pm

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jaunte  Mar 9, 2019 • 7:11:04pm

re: #194 teleskiguy

Trump’s new vocabulary (the best words)

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Charles Johnson  Mar 9, 2019 • 7:12:26pm
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jaunte  Mar 9, 2019 • 7:12:50pm

re: #195 wheat-dogg, raker of forests, master of steam

The manufacturer of the electrics is in Croatia, so hello Brexit nightmares!

The leavers seem not to have thought much through.

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Dave In Austin  Mar 9, 2019 • 7:14:54pm
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Dave In Austin  Mar 9, 2019 • 7:15:16pm
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mmmirele  Mar 9, 2019 • 7:20:36pm

re: #189 A hollow voice says, Collusion!

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dell*nix  Mar 9, 2019 • 7:28:23pm

re: #33 Dread Pirate Whitebeard

An out and out protection racket.

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dell*nix  Mar 9, 2019 • 7:31:01pm

re: #28 Dread Pirate Whitebeard

What is the SS spending on ulcer medications? That should be a hint.

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Dave In Austin  Mar 9, 2019 • 7:36:26pm

The Shop! 3 months in. Oh to be so organized.

MY USA SHOP TOUR, 3 Months in!!!!

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Patricia Kayden  Mar 9, 2019 • 7:40:13pm

re: #145 Charles Johnson

Anything involving Chris Cilizza gets a hard pass from me. Annoying as hell.

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A hollow voice says, Collusion!  Mar 9, 2019 • 7:42:00pm

re: #202 mmmirele

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calochortus  Mar 9, 2019 • 7:47:28pm

Time to enjoy a glass of wine and the latest Midsomer Murders DVD

Hasta mañana, Lizards.

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teleskiguy  Mar 9, 2019 • 7:50:41pm

I’m not a fan of time changes.

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Eclectic Cyborg  Mar 9, 2019 • 7:53:24pm

re: #209 teleskiguy

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I’m not a fan of time changes.

You and me both, bro.

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Charles Johnson  Mar 9, 2019 • 7:53:37pm
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Charles Johnson  Mar 9, 2019 • 7:53:51pm
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garzooma  Mar 9, 2019 • 8:00:13pm

Some more details about the business that Li Yang was in. Another spa owner who was caught up in the recent dragnet had spent 30 days in jail in Worcester, MA for trafficking back in 2012.

OXFORD - A woman who had managed a prostitution house on Fairlawn Avenue under the guise of a massage parlor several years ago was sentenced in 2013 in Worcester Superior Court to 30 days in jail plus three years of probation for her crimes.

Apparently undeterred, Lan Yun Ma, now 49, appears to have picked up and moved her business model more than 1,300 miles south to Vero Beach, Florida, where she has been charged as part of a sting operation that led to charges against Patriots owner Robert Kraft, allegedly one of Ms. Ma’s customers. […]

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austin_blue  Mar 9, 2019 • 8:02:23pm

re: #209 teleskiguy

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I’m not a fan of time changes.

One word: Flagstaff.

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Charles Johnson  Mar 9, 2019 • 8:05:48pm

re: #215 Belafon

The dirtbag left is already in ratfucking mode. I really hope they don’t have as much influence as they think they do.

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teleskiguy  Mar 9, 2019 • 8:09:08pm
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Citizen K  Mar 9, 2019 • 8:09:25pm
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De Kolta Chair  Mar 9, 2019 • 8:10:24pm

I just realized that as the self-proclaimed Last of the Landliners©, I might well be the only one I know who still has an answering machine.

Rockford Files Answering Machine Messages (complete season 1)

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wheat-dogg, raker of forests, master of steam  Mar 9, 2019 • 8:13:56pm

re: #219 De Kolta Chair

I just realized that as the self-proclaimed Last of the Landliners©, I might well be the only one I know who still has an answering machine.

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Each term, when we get to that unit in the textbook, I have to explain to my students what an answering machine is and why anyone would need one. China may have leapfrogged over that piece of tech.

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stpaulbear  Mar 9, 2019 • 8:14:42pm

re: #219 De Kolta Chair

I just realized that as the self-proclaimed Last of the Landliners©, I might well be the only one I know who still has an answering machine.

Me too.

222
De Kolta Chair  Mar 9, 2019 • 8:20:33pm

Remember before social media, Russia bought our votes with free Stoli shots?

That Brezhnev was a sly bugger.

223
freetoken  Mar 9, 2019 • 8:28:05pm

re: #212 Charles Johnson

I agree that Joe should not run.

But he needs to be out campaigning for whoever is the nominee. Like Obama, America needs to be reminded of what it was like to have decent people in the highest offices.

224
goddamnedfrank  Mar 9, 2019 • 8:29:03pm

re: #218 Citizen K

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wheat-dogg, raker of forests, master of steam  Mar 9, 2019 • 8:30:11pm

Was working on a project yesterday and found out I had lost this teeny tiny screw. Since it was not mission critical, I just carried on without it. This morning, whilst walking around my desk barefoot, I found the missing screw. Or rather it found me.

Coulda been worse. It could have been a Lego block.

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goddamnedfrank  Mar 9, 2019 • 8:32:38pm

re: #224 goddamnedfrank

I also think that gun would be classified as an AOW by the feds. If so it would be illegal in a bunch of States.

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De Kolta Chair  Mar 9, 2019 • 8:36:52pm

re: #225 wheat-dogg, raker of forests, master of steam

Tonight, I visited an 89 year old pal who was on the floor searching for a tiny screw for one of his half dozen reading glasses. Just as I was about to say, “Give it up, Teddy, you have others,” blast my stupid ageism he shouted gleefully “Eureka, I found it!”

And indeed he had found the wee thing. Lesson learned.

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Hecuba's daughter  Mar 9, 2019 • 8:39:42pm

re: #221 stpaulbear

Me too.

Me — sort of. The land line has both voice mail and an answering machine (Don’t ask!). Randomly one answers. In any case, people who need to contact me have my cell; the landline is mainly for spam calls and political solicitations.

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Citizen K  Mar 9, 2019 • 8:40:38pm

re: #224 goddamnedfrank

re: #226 goddamnedfrank

I mean, I think the actual legality of ownership in any state is beside the point actually. Just its very existence on the market would be used as justification for shootings when its just a phone or something similar, even moreso than it is even now.

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ObserverArt  Mar 9, 2019 • 8:51:12pm

re: #223 freetoken

I agree that Joe should not run.

But he needs to be out campaigning for whoever is the nominee. Like Obama, America needs to be reminded of what it was like to have decent people in the highest offices.

We need all good Democrats in on the support for the whole program/platform and candidate. Even fucking Bernard, though he’ll probably pout if he is eliminated in the primaries.

Not a fan of Biden running. And already he is getting his career criticized from the right and also the far left. I love Joe. And he can be a big help, but Joe please…we need younger and a bit more aggressive. You actually might be too nice for this time too.

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ObserverArt  Mar 9, 2019 • 8:55:42pm

re: #229 Citizen K

I mean, I think the actual legality of ownership in any state is beside the point actually. Just its very existence on the market would be used as justification for shootings when its just a phone or something similar, even moreso than it is even now.

If we outlaw guns only criminal will have guns!

…only criminals will have these phones, beware they are out there, you never know. /

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William Lewis  Mar 9, 2019 • 8:57:23pm

re: #227 De Kolta Chair

Tonight, I visited an 89 year old pal who was on the floor searching for a tiny screw for one of his half dozen reading glasses. Just as I was about to say, “Give it up, Teddy, you have others,” blast my stupid ageism he shouted gleefully “Eureka, I found it!”

And indeed he had found the wee thing. Lesson learned.

That’s why I like Pince Nez framed readers. No screws to lose (hush about the ones already lost.) They look cool with my full beard and cowboyish hat too. Serious TR vibes.

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Jebediah, RBG  Mar 9, 2019 • 11:56:15pm

re: #44 Backwoods_Sleuth

I am so happy to hear that!

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retired cynic  Mar 10, 2019 • 8:38:29am

re: #232 William Lewis

I have always been confused about how to pronounce that. Just looked it up, and probably won’t remember it….


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