The Bob Cesca Interview: Nick Lutsko [Podcast]

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Today Bob is interviewing songwriter/comedian Nick Lutsko:

Nick Lutsko — [Explicit Language] Nick is a popular songwriter, producer, and comedian who not only writes and records serious alternative music, but you might’ve seen some of his amazingly funny “aggressive mockery” music videos like “RNC (Dan Bongino)”, “Boat Parade”, or most recently his theme song for Spirit Halloween. His work is also featured at College Humor and Netflix. NickLutsko.com, or follow him on Twitter, Spotify, Bandcamp, and everywhere you get your digital music. Support this show by subscribing to our bonus content on Patreon.

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jaunte  Oct 14, 2020 • 4:23:59pm
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dangerman  Oct 14, 2020 • 4:29:26pm

these hearings are exactly like the impeachment

all the R’s declared their vote before the process began
w/r/t barrett, some declared before her name was even nominated

nothing but absolutely nothing, said, asked, unearthed or heard will change any of their votes

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aatharuv  Oct 14, 2020 • 4:31:32pm

GOTVFTFMMFLGFSC

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b.d.  Oct 14, 2020 • 4:32:12pm

I would imagine that Mark Zuckerberg would be a hard man to get on the phone today.

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Jebediah, RBG  Oct 14, 2020 • 4:32:42pm

re: #2 dangerman

Probably true - but it should (I hope) damage their reputations and the reputation of their shitty party.

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Colère Tueur de Lapin  Oct 14, 2020 • 4:37:08pm

re: #3 aatharuv

GOTVFTFMMFLGFSC

Got the bolded part, don’t understand the rest.

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aatharuv  Oct 14, 2020 • 4:38:43pm

re: #6 Colère Tueur de Lapin

Got the bolded part, don’t understand the rest.

They’re three members of the senate.
MM - Mitch McConnell
LG - Lindsey Graham
SC - Susan “So concerned” Collins

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jaunte  Oct 14, 2020 • 4:39:09pm
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Dave In Austin  Oct 14, 2020 • 4:41:55pm

I think what I heard is fair to say, “Anyone promoting Herd immunity is effectively Promoting mass murder.

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jaunte  Oct 14, 2020 • 4:42:00pm
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William Lewis  Oct 14, 2020 • 4:42:17pm

Following up from downstairs, I remembered the one other time the militia was called up and it wasn’t a disaster: the suppression of the Whiskey Rebellion. The most amusing thing about that one was that George Washington commanded the militia, the only time a sitting president has taken to the field.

It is also the divergent point in one of L. Neil Smith’s libertarian screeds masquerading as novels. Washington was executed by the heroic tax protesters… barf.

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Nojay UK  Oct 14, 2020 • 4:47:21pm

re: #11 William Lewis

Washington was scathing about the performance of the militias during the Revolutionary War, as I recall.

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Quoth the raven, Covfefe.  Oct 14, 2020 • 4:50:07pm

re: #12 Nojay UK

Washington was scathing about the performance of the militias during the Revolutionary War, as I recall.

Considering that their tendency to break and run when the Redcoats marched up and started firing cost them several important battles in the middle phases of the war, this was a justifiable position for him to take.

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Teddy's Person ✌  Oct 14, 2020 • 4:51:48pm

Following up on the militia conversation. If anyone is interested in reading some history, this one is very good.

A Well-Regulated Militia: The Founding Fathers and the Origins of Gun Control in America by Saul Cornell

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Barefoot Grin  Oct 14, 2020 • 4:51:53pm

re: #13 Quoth the raven, Covfefe.

Considering that their tendency to break and run when the Redcoats marched up and started firing cost them several important battles in the middle phases of the war, this was a justifiable position for him to take.

New York?

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mmmirele  Oct 14, 2020 • 4:53:14pm

re: #12 Nojay UK

Washington was scathing about the performance of the militias during the Revolutionary War, as I recall.

I seem to recall that the Continental Army was greatly shored up by professional French military, such as the Marquis de Lafayette and others. But yeah, professionalism was generally lacking among the volunteers.

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Targetpractice  Oct 14, 2020 • 4:55:34pm

re: #12 Nojay UK

Washington was scathing about the performance of the militias during the Revolutionary War, as I recall.

His opinion of the militias in general was very low. Even through the 1800s, the state militias tended to be little better than military police units: Draft-dodging was widespread among the ranks of able-bodied men, while many volunteers would refuse to leave the boundaries of their home states. Most of those who showed up did so with the minimum required under the Militia Act, expecting that things like provisions, uniforms, and munitions would be provided for them. Most officers were so poorly trained that they were next to useless, having received the jobs either through nepotism. And training among the whole lot was poor that weeks or months would end up wasted just getting them to march in formation properly.

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Yeah Sure WhatEVs  Oct 14, 2020 • 4:55:48pm
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jaunte  Oct 14, 2020 • 4:56:10pm
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Dread Pirate Ron  Oct 14, 2020 • 4:57:42pm
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Quoth the raven, Covfefe.  Oct 14, 2020 • 4:57:51pm

re: #15 Barefoot Grin

New York?

I was actually thinking of South Carolina and Georgia, before General Greene got things under control.

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Colère Tueur de Lapin  Oct 14, 2020 • 4:58:26pm

re: #19 jaunte

Ewwww. Ewwwww. Ewwwwww.

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Teddy's Person ✌  Oct 14, 2020 • 4:59:17pm

re: #19 jaunte

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I wonder how much orange goo is on that tie.

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The Pie Overlord!  Oct 14, 2020 • 4:59:23pm

re: #18 Yeah Sure WhatEVs

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Barefoot Grin  Oct 14, 2020 • 4:59:38pm

re: #21 Quoth the raven, Covfefe.

I was actually thinking of South Carolina and Georgia, before General Greene got things under control.

I was legitimately asking. I’ll look into those, too. I just remember reading sometime about the debacle of New York. Thanks!

BTW, this is so funny as descriptive of Coney Barrett describing her kids today:

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retired cynic  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:03:21pm

re: #9 Dave In Austin

I think what I heard is fair to say, “Anyone promoting Herd immunity is effectively Promoting mass murder.

Was it you or the other Dave who was awaiting a test?

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Shiplord Kirel: Fan of USPS, Goodyear, and Oreo  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:03:32pm

re: #12 Nojay UK

Washington was scathing about the performance of the militias during the Revolutionary War, as I recall.

The nadir was reached in the War of 1812. At the Battle of Bladensburg in 1814, a massive militia force and a few regulars, including naval artillery from the Washington Navy Yard, blocked the advance of a British raiding force toward Washington. The militia fled in panic almost at the first shot, leaving the regulars out-numbered and out-flanked. The British duly advanced to the national capital, burned the White House and various other public buildings and withdrew back to their fleet. The incident led to a famous quip by British officer George Gleig “Never did men with arms in their hands make better use of their legs.”

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Targetpractice  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:03:49pm

re: #13 Quoth the raven, Covfefe.

Considering that their tendency to break and run when the Redcoats marched up and started firing cost them several important battles in the middle phases of the war, this was a justifiable position for him to take.

The tendency of the militia to cut and run was so well-known on both sides that the Continental Army was actually able to exploit it at the Battle of Cowpens, getting the Redcoats to march right into an ambush by having the militia fire two volleys and then appear to retreat.

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Dread Pirate Ron  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:04:02pm
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Dave In Austin  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:04:11pm
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Quoth the raven, Covfefe.  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:04:16pm

re: #25 Barefoot Grin

I was legitimately asking. I’ll look into those, too. I just remember reading sometime about the debacle of New York. Thanks!

BTW, this is so funny as descriptive of Coney Barrett describing her kids today:

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New York had its own fun problems, but General Greene wound up developing special battle tactics to work around the weaknesses of the militia as he worked to turn the southern theater around.

re: #28 Targetpractice

Case in point.

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Yeah Sure WhatEVs  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:05:08pm
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piratedan  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:09:18pm

re: #25 Barefoot Grin

maybe she shouldn’t be using them (her kids) as props for her big job interview, or maybe they really are just as disposable as those kids in families seeking asylum.

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Barefoot Grin  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:10:14pm

re: #33 piratedan

maybe she shouldn’t be using them (her kids) as props for her big job interview, or maybe they really are just as disposable as those kids in families seeking asylum.

100% agree.

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Yeah Sure WhatEVs  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:11:23pm
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William Lewis  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:11:46pm

re: #27 Shiplord Kirel: Fan of USPS, Goodyear, and Oreo

The nadir was reached in the War of 1812. At the Battle of Bladensburg in 1814, a massive militia force and a few regulars, including naval artillery from the Washington Navy Yard, blocked the advance of a British raiding force toward Washington. The militia fled in panic almost at the first shot, leaving the regulars out-numbered and out-flanked. The British duly advanced to the national capital, burned the White House and various other public buildings and withdrew back to their fleet. The incident led to a famous quip by British officer George Gleig “Never did men with arms in their hands make better use of their legs.”

Meanwhile, in upstate NY. General Scott was hamming his 6th Infantry into the force that would march into battle at Chippawa - “Regulars, by God!”

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The Pie Overlord!  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:13:43pm
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Yeah Sure WhatEVs  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:14:21pm

This fucking moron.

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Barefoot Grin  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:19:56pm

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Jack Burton  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:20:24pm

re: #20 Dread Pirate Ron

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NYPost editors bitching about Twitter blocking their Russian disinformation is rich.

Hey Post, I’ll put it to you in a way you’ll understand.

“Heroes stop bozos from sharing Russian lies.”

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Dread Pirate Ron  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:21:02pm
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Yeah Sure WhatEVs  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:21:08pm

All the conservatives are threatening to leave Twitter. Again.

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Decatur Deb  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:22:40pm

re: #42 Yeah Sure WhatEVs

All the conservatives are threatening to leave Twitter. Again.

“Parler” - what is that?

It’s where my MIL kept her pianer.

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Quoth the raven, Covfefe.  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:23:08pm

re: #43 Decatur Deb

It’s where my MIL kept her pianer.

Well done, sir.

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NO SMOCKING GUN!  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:23:27pm

re: #42 Yeah Sure WhatEVs

All the conservatives are threatening to leave Twitter. Again.

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No. please. Don’t go. Ok, if you insist.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:24:13pm

re: #30 Dave In Austin

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or a pole dancer

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The Pie Overlord!  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:24:30pm
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Yeah Sure WhatEVs  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:24:31pm

re: #45 NO SMOCKING GUN!

No. please. Don’t go. Ok, if you insist.

Exit ———>

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jamesfirecat  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:24:37pm

re: #45 NO SMOCKING GUN!

No. please. Don’t go. Ok, if you insist.

Here’s your meme

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prairiefire  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:25:19pm

re: #29 Dread Pirate Ron

That man 🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢 joshie represents all the incels of Missouri.

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Targetpractice  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:26:08pm

The War of 1812 first showed that the success of the state militias in putting down the Whiskey Rebellion had really been more of a fluke. The Civil War reinforced the idea that a professional standing army was a good one in light of the early failures of the war by the Union and the losses by the Confederates in the latter half. And the Spanish-American War basically sealed the deal by showing that relying upon the states to properly arm and train their own militia might save money in peace-time but it meant huge expenditures when war were declared.

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dangerman  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:27:03pm
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Decatur Deb  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:28:06pm

re: #51 Targetpractice

The War of 1812 first showed that the success of the state militias in putting down the Whiskey Rebellion had really been more of a fluke. The Civil War reinforced the idea that a professional standing army was a good one in light of the early failures of the war by the Union and the losses by the Confederates in the latter half. And the Spanish-American War basically sealed the deal by showing that relying upon the states to properly arm and train their own militia might save money in peace-time but it meant huge expenditures when war were declared.

The key to militia success in the Whiskey Rebellion is that there was damn little shooting.

Casualties and losses
3–4 killed About 12 died from illness or in accidents[2]
170 captured[1]
2 civilian casualties

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Romantic Heretic  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:28:19pm

re: #16 mmmirele

I seem to recall that the Continental Army was greatly shored up by professional French military, such as the Marquis de Lafayette and others. But yeah, professionalism was generally lacking among the volunteers.

Don’t forget Frederick von Steuben who was gay as fuck, and nobody cared.

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b.d.  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:28:58pm

If Russia really wanted to mess with the election/nation, it would immediately out all of its bumbling morons that it was counting on to at least make it close.

You want chaos? Do that now.

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Quoth the raven, Covfefe.  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:30:07pm

re: #51 Targetpractice

The War of 1812 first showed that the success of the state militias in putting down the Whiskey Rebellion had really been more of a fluke. The Civil War reinforced the idea that a professional standing army was a good one in light of the early failures of the war by the Union and the losses by the Confederates in the latter half. And the Spanish-American War basically sealed the deal by showing that relying upon the states to properly arm and train their own militia might save money in peace-time but it meant huge expenditures when war were declared.

Studies of the Civil War also revolutionized the training of professional soldiers, as it was realized that the masses of volunteers would very rarely fire their shots. It is a testament to the deadliness of the technology, the primitiveness of the medical profession, and the pigheaded stupidity of the military tactics that the war was as deadly as it was.

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(((Archangel1)))  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:30:13pm
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Romantic Heretic  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:30:22pm

re: #18 Yeah Sure WhatEVs

Who knew tribbles had eyes?

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Yeah Sure WhatEVs  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:31:07pm

re: #56 b.d. (Enough!)

If Russia really wanted to mess with the election/nation, it would immediately out all of its bumbling morons that it was counting on to at least make it close.

You want chaos? Do that now.

They could change all the electronic votes to trump. 100% for trump. That’ll do it.

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b.d.  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:31:15pm

re: #54 Romantic Heretic

Don’t forget Frederick von Steuben who was gay as fuck, and nobody cared.

lol, unfortunate painting caption in the link:

Baron von Steuben drilling American recruits at Valley Forge in 1778.

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Targetpractice  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:32:08pm

re: #53 Decatur Deb

The key to militia success in the Whiskey Rebellion is that there was damn little shooting.

And even then, Washington had to deal with draft-dodging and riots, towns in the states under rebellion raising liberty poles in open defiance of the federal government, and even state and local officials refusing to obey direct orders. Hell, the existence of Vermont as an independent state has a lot to do with the local officials harboring rebels in defiance of New York’s efforts to support the newly-formed federal government.

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Belafon  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:32:54pm

re: #60 Yeah Sure WhatEVs

They could change all the electronic votes to trump. 100% for trump. That’ll do it.

Mine will be on paper, as will those in Dallas.

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jaunte  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:35:22pm
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Targetpractice  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:35:29pm

re: #58 (((Archangel1)))

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Meanwhile, I sit here remembering when Twitter slapping that first warning sticker on a Trump tweet was going to lead to the company’s collapse because “millions” would abandon it for competing services.

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The Pie Overlord!  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:40:03pm
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Backwoods_Sleuth  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:42:31pm

re: #40 Jack Burton

NYPost editors bitching about Twitter blocking their Russian disinformation is rich.

Hey Post, I’ll put it to you in a way you’ll understand.

“Heroes stop bozos from sharing Russian lies.”

One of my sisters (who has gone completely insane this year) posted the article with a snarky comment to FB daring them to delete it.

I reported her post as “Fake News”

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prairiefire  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:42:40pm

“Smoking gun” story was all over the Daily Fail today, along with a cheesecake photo of Hunter.

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b.d.  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:43:04pm

re: #66 The Pie Overlord!

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How does he know it’s only the beginning of them?

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Shiplord Kirel: Fan of USPS, Goodyear, and Oreo  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:43:30pm

re: #42 Yeah Sure WhatEVs

All the conservatives are threatening to leave Twitter. Again.

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Don’t let the door hit ya’ where the good lord split ya’!

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Teddy's Person ✌  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:44:37pm

There once was a doggo named Teddy
His kisses ever at the ready
Down the stairs he fell
Known as the day from hell
Now he’s slowly returning to steady

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Yeah Sure WhatEVs  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:44:54pm

I see Lieberman’s kid is as big of an asshole as dad.

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Decatur Deb  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:45:18pm

re: #71 Teddy’s Person ✌

There once was a doggo named Teddy
His kisses ever at the ready
Down the stairs he fell
Known as the day from hell
Now he’s slowly returning to steady

Dogerel.

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Yeah Sure WhatEVs  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:46:31pm

re: #66 The Pie Overlord!

Correct me if I’m wrong but section 230 had nothing to do with this NY Post thing.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:48:36pm

re: #66 The Pie Overlord!

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WAIT JUST A MINUTE!!11!!

Did the moron not just tell folks in Iowa that Burisma/Burissimia is a “beautiful company”?

WHAT, THEN, IS THE PROBLEM FOR THE BIDENS?

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Kilroy was here  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:49:05pm

re: #66 The Pie Overlord!

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jaunte  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:50:21pm
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Backwoods_Sleuth  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:50:26pm

re: #73 Decatur Deb

Dogerel.

They are all good dogeral, brant.

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Eric The Fruit Bat  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:51:35pm

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:52:10pm
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PhillyPretzel  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:53:08pm

re: #79 Eric The Fruit Bat

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:53:15pm
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Yeah Sure WhatEVs  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:54:15pm
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Decatur Deb  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:56:12pm

re: #79 Eric The Fruit Bat

I’m sorry to hear it. You might be in luck with the SSec office—I once had a minor glitch, so they asked for my mother’s SSAN to identify me. They are somehow linked.

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Quoth the raven, Covfefe.  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:58:03pm

re: #84 Decatur Deb

I’m sorry to hear it. You might be in luck with the SSec office—I once had a minor glitch, so they asked for my mother’s SSAN to identify me. They are somehow linked.

Well, naturally. The births have to be reported to the Social Security Administration. The form to submit for a new SSN includes boxes for both the mother’s and the father’s SSN, if they are known.

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The Pie Overlord!  Oct 14, 2020 • 5:58:36pm

re: #79 Eric The Fruit Bat

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piratedan  Oct 14, 2020 • 6:00:52pm

re: #83 Yeah Sure WhatEVs

with a Biden election, gone are the heady days of some new governmental and societal outrage perpetuated twice weekly that they could faithfully report at a surface level and then have pundits on the next day to pontificate and then move on to the later in the week scandal that was forthcoming…

Now all they have to look forward to is actually have to discuss policy (boring!) about trying to unfuck the country, but for some reason, they refuse to look at the silver lining of SCANDAL as all of the heinous and illegal shit that they should have been reporting on, now comes to light and all of this shit that they could have been investigating now is drug out into the light of day as all of their former sources get burned and convicted and incarcerated.

and Mitch wants the Biden group to reveal that they’re gonna pack the courts but I wouldn’t be shocked if the Biden team does the opposite and removes sitting jurists for corruption and perjury… call it a feeling… as I would be less than shocked to see Kavanaugh and Barrett removed for perjury (aka spending more time with their families) during their confirmation hearings.

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retired cynic  Oct 14, 2020 • 6:05:04pm

Scientists discover the unique signature of a lion’s roar using machine learning
Univ. of Oxford

With the data collected by the biologgers, the scientists trained a pattern recognition algorithm to “learn” each individual’s roars and then tested the algorithm on sequences that it had not seen before to determine whether the shape of the contour as a whole is an important distinguishing feature.

Results, published in Bioacoustics, reveal that it is possible to classify roars according to individual identity with 91.5% accuracy. These findings suggest that the overall shape of the fundamental frequency (f0) of the full-throated roar contour is consistent within each individuals’ roars and sufficiently different from other individuals to allow for accurate classification of individual identity.

Previous research has shown that lions can recognise the calls of other individuals, allowing them to locate distant companions and also to avoid potentially hostile neighbours. But little has been understood about how individuals convey identity information in the structure of their calls.

These new findings reveal a possible mechanism for individual vocal recognition amongst African lions. They indicate that individual lions may be able to learn the subtle variations in the fundamental frequency of other lions’ roars and thereby associate particular variations with particular identities.

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Yeah Sure WhatEVs  Oct 14, 2020 • 6:06:16pm

He’s an idiot who constantly belittles his own supporters.

THANK YOU SIR MAY I HAVE ANOTHER?

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Quoth the raven, Covfefe.  Oct 14, 2020 • 6:07:26pm

re: #89 Yeah Sure WhatEVs

He’s an idiot who constantly belittles his own supporters.

THANK YOU SIR MAY I HAVE ANOTHER?

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He used that same threat in Minnesota. It did not get the reception he hoped for.

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retired cynic  Oct 14, 2020 • 6:07:50pm

Sheldon Whitehouse Also Reminded Us the Bill of Rights Doesn’t Stop After Two Amendments
Corporate power has waged war on the civil jury, a mainstay of the Seventh Amendment.
Charlie Pierce

I hadn’t realized THIS has become a thing. Of course, we can’t have juries making decisions and awards against big corporations!

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Belafon  Oct 14, 2020 • 6:11:31pm

re: #89 Yeah Sure WhatEVs

He’s an idiot who constantly belittles his own supporters.

THANK YOU SIR MAY I HAVE ANOTHER?

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I bet he threatened his children that way when they were kids.

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Yeah Sure WhatEVs  Oct 14, 2020 • 6:12:00pm

re: #90 Quoth the raven, Covfefe.

He used that same threat in Minnesota. It did not get the reception he hoped for.

Let’s hope it goes over equally well there.

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Vote Cthulhu - No longer the greater evil!  Oct 14, 2020 • 6:13:06pm

re: #72 Yeah Sure WhatEVs

I see Lieberman’s kid is as big of an asshole as dad.

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This is actually becoming quite interesting on both Georgia Senate races. Ossoff up by 6 is a nice surprise - they had been running almost neck-and-neck for the past month.

The other (and the one I am REALLY intrigued by) is Warnock has pulled even with the COMBINED totals of Loeffler and Collins. Earlier in the year, Lieberman and Warnock were very close, and because of it both Democrats were in danger of losing out on making it to the runoff. With Lieberman falling off the map almost completely, it’s more a question on who Warnock will be facing in January, and I can guarantee that both the Democrats and Republicans are going to turn that into the most expensive runoff election ever.

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Belafon  Oct 14, 2020 • 6:15:40pm

re: #92 Belafon

I bet he threatened his children that way when they were kids.

And can you imagine how that would fuck kids up?

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Dread Pirate Ron  Oct 14, 2020 • 6:18:07pm
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Targetpractice  Oct 14, 2020 • 6:18:54pm

re: #92 Belafon

I bet he threatened his children that way when they were kids.

If the story from Uday’s college roommate is to believed, Donny took the Ike Turner approach to parenting.

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Targetpractice  Oct 14, 2020 • 6:25:52pm

For those who haven’t heard the story, Don Jr’s college roommate alleges that Donny once showed up on-campus to take his son to a ballgame. But when Don Jr answered the door in a sweater and jeans, the elder Trump belted him across the face in front of everybody, then ordered him to put on a suit and tie if he wanted to attend the game.

It’s one of those stories that you might question if the parties involved weren’t named “Trump.”

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Dread Pirate Ron  Oct 14, 2020 • 6:26:09pm

Cases are rising deaths should go up in the next week.

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retired cynic  Oct 14, 2020 • 6:26:14pm

This doesn’t look real!

A puggle is a baby platypus!
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Citizen K  Oct 14, 2020 • 6:26:56pm

re: #83 Yeah Sure WhatEVs

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I wish I could feel like it was something as bloodlessly cynical as that. But it feels clear that there’s enough true believers in the press pool to offset that. Way too often they tilt perfectly to give the GOP the maximum benefit of the doubt, and that didn’t start with Trump.

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NO SMOCKING GUN!  Oct 14, 2020 • 6:30:15pm
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Vote Cthulhu - No longer the greater evil!  Oct 14, 2020 • 6:30:41pm

re: #100 retired cynic

This doesn’t look real!

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Yup. the long fur and the bushy tail completely throw me off.

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Dread Pirate Ron  Oct 14, 2020 • 6:31:22pm
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Rightwingconspirator  Oct 14, 2020 • 6:32:28pm

re: #100 retired cynic

This doesn’t look real!

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Shallow depth of field, um, focus depth for the non film school folks.

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Vote Cthulhu - No longer the greater evil!  Oct 14, 2020 • 6:33:31pm

re: #104 Dread Pirate Ron

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If he truly has regret, maybe he can explain why Chris Cillizza still has a job?

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sagehen  Oct 14, 2020 • 6:34:14pm

re: #100 retired cynic

This doesn’t look real!

Nothing Australian looks real.

Not even Hugh Jackman or the Helmsworths.

108
Vote Cthulhu - No longer the greater evil!  Oct 14, 2020 • 6:44:03pm

Random thought:

Say, that on November 3, the vote/state totals are overwhelming enough where the election is called in favor of Biden.

Which does Donald Trump take harder - the election loss, or when Twitter bans his personal account on November 4 for repeated terms-of-service violations?

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Yeah Sure WhatEVs  Oct 14, 2020 • 6:46:55pm

re: #108 Vote Cthulhu - No longer the greater evil!

Random thought:

Say, that on November 3, the vote/state totals are overwhelming enough where the election is called in favor of Biden.

Which does Donald Trump take harder - the election loss, or when Twitter bans his personal account on November 4 for repeated terms-of-service violations?

He’s sheets for Parlar.

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Shiplord Kirel: Fan of USPS, Goodyear, and Oreo  Oct 14, 2020 • 6:47:00pm

Just had what I thought was a cardiac episode. Intense pressure in the chest, some burning, no pain in the extremities. BP 165/100. I took a nitro tab and some aspirin, and it is much better now. 134/82. The farm manager and his wife are here, God bless them, and they will sit with me for a while to make sure it doesn’t recur.
This has me thinking again that I should perhaps move to town to be closer to emergency care but the advantage may be illusory. We can get to the Weatherford ER pretty fast down I-20 and a chopper can land right in the front yard here if it comes to that. Try that in the ‘burbs.

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retired cynic  Oct 14, 2020 • 6:47:46pm

re: #110 Shiplord Kirel: Fan of USPS, Goodyear, and Oreo

Yow! Thank goodness someone is with you!

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Quoth the raven, Covfefe.  Oct 14, 2020 • 6:47:55pm

re: #110 Shiplord Kirel: Fan of USPS, Goodyear, and Oreo

{{{Shiplord Kirel}}}

Don’t you dare die on us. I might get angry. And you wouldn’t like me when I’m angry.

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retired cynic  Oct 14, 2020 • 6:48:32pm

re: #110 Shiplord Kirel: Fan of USPS, Goodyear, and Oreo

See your doc tomorrow at the latest?

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Yeah Sure WhatEVs  Oct 14, 2020 • 6:49:54pm

re: #110 Shiplord Kirel: Fan of USPS, Goodyear, and Oreo

Thank goodness you’re ok!!! Please take care of yourself!!

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Broad With Sass  Oct 14, 2020 • 6:50:17pm

re: #79 Eric The Fruit Bat

YnCzHdefK1hBehnY40FswtZIeDezxC5q5t65OIwpOkiYmEQBug2VlYde+yzD2NXp6XY0L99HS51QGNpSRrnYDWwRMS6Gy4wBDWVaRIRt76LiG3Xbr2ZzqkMb6LOKPWlI5EcQzu79J/PIdXIYKJKg4zZXJXeEKWNO5GdGWTJ869gcvMNGBp8EneSsu2d9cpPYrFD2lZpMRg8eSlw9MLIyoora7GGImbkegWa7BqhdSuXnBpi+Y6aM9A==

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Shiplord Kirel: Fan of USPS, Goodyear, and Oreo  Oct 14, 2020 • 6:51:04pm

re: #112 Quoth the raven, Covfefe.

{{{Shiplord Kirel}}}

Don’t you dare die on us. I might get angry. And you wouldn’t like me when I’m angry.

I promise to do my best not to. I would like to hang around another 30, maybe 35, years just to see what happens.

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The Pie Overlord!  Oct 14, 2020 • 6:52:14pm

This is the time traveler from 2028 coming to warn us about the other time traveler from 2024.

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Yeah Sure WhatEVs  Oct 14, 2020 • 6:54:37pm

re: #117 The Pie Overlord!

I envision suicide jet Packers into a future dreamliner. Yikes.

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Hecuba's daughter  Oct 14, 2020 • 6:55:05pm

re: #110 Shiplord Kirel: Fan of USPS, Goodyear, and Oreo

Maybe you should head out to the ER now? Certainly tomorrow morning at the latest.

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retired cynic  Oct 14, 2020 • 6:55:20pm

re: #118 Yeah Sure WhatEVs

I envision suicide jet Packers into a future dreamliner. Yikes.

Or bombers! Double yikes!

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Hecuba's daughter  Oct 14, 2020 • 6:58:57pm

re: #109 Yeah Sure WhatEVs

He’s sheets for Parlar.

Per Google: FB has 2.7 billion users, twitter 330 million, and Parler 2.8 million. Unless the situation changes dramatically, it’s not likely that Parler will expand significantly.

For all they talk about being censorship free, they did ban Devin Nunes’s Cow:

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Dread Pirate Ron  Oct 14, 2020 • 6:59:57pm

re: #117 The Pie Overlord!

JB-10 JetPack

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jaunte  Oct 14, 2020 • 7:01:59pm
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Yeah Sure WhatEVs  Oct 14, 2020 • 7:03:17pm

re: #121 Hecuba’s daughter

Per Google: FB has 2.7 billion users, twitter 330 million, and Parler 2.8 million. Unless the situation changes dramatically, it’s not likely that Parler will expand significantly.

For all they talk about being censorship free, they did ban Devin Nunes’s Cow:

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They apparently have begged a shitload of people and comments. Their right to talk is very limited. Ironic ain’t it?

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Dread Pirate Ron  Oct 14, 2020 • 7:04:17pm

re: #123 jaunte

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If we just give him money he won’t have an incentive to work.

126
retired cynic  Oct 14, 2020 • 7:04:30pm

re: #123 jaunte

He looks red and sweaty in that photo!

127
Yeah Sure WhatEVs  Oct 14, 2020 • 7:05:25pm
128
A Mom Anon  Oct 14, 2020 • 7:06:54pm

re: #127 Yeah Sure WhatEVs

What percentage of registered voters is that?

129
Dread Pirate Ron  Oct 14, 2020 • 7:08:53pm
130
Yeah Sure WhatEVs  Oct 14, 2020 • 7:09:58pm

re: #128 A Mom Anon

What percentage of registered voters is that?

Roughly 2.3 million (per Google) so not a lot and that’s pretty pathetic.

131
Love-Child of Cassandra and Sisyphus  Oct 14, 2020 • 7:10:06pm

re: #117 The Pie Overlord!

Are we sure they are not some of the 1000 “SpecOp” angels sent to assure Trump’s victory?

132
Love-Child of Cassandra and Sisyphus  Oct 14, 2020 • 7:12:11pm

re: #129 Dread Pirate Ron

The map is, unironically, very similar to showing were Trumpland is or is not.

133
Kilroy was here  Oct 14, 2020 • 7:16:25pm

re: #130 Yeah Sure WhatEVs

Roughly 2.3 million (per Google) so not a lot and that’s pretty pathetic.

Not really, this is Texas.

To be eligible to vote early by mail in Texas, you must:
be 65 years or older;
be sick or disabled;
be out of the county on election day and during the period for early voting by personal appearance; or
be confined in jail, but otherwise eligible.

134
Yeah Sure WhatEVs  Oct 14, 2020 • 7:18:04pm

re: #133 Kilroy was here

Not really, this is Texas.

Ah! I was thinking all votes for the 2016 election.

Nevermind my pathetic.

135
Dave In Austin  Oct 14, 2020 • 7:19:58pm
136
Dread Pirate Ron  Oct 14, 2020 • 7:20:16pm

Too stupid to use the brain his god gave him.

137
Quoth the raven, Covfefe.  Oct 14, 2020 • 7:22:18pm

re: #135 Dave In Austin

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Fishing in Minnesota suddenly got a whole lot more interesting.

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jaunte  Oct 14, 2020 • 7:22:42pm

re: #136 Dread Pirate Ron

139
Yeah Sure WhatEVs  Oct 14, 2020 • 7:23:17pm

re: #136 Dread Pirate Ron

I don’t understand.

140
Shiplord Kirel: Fan of USPS, Goodyear, and Oreo  Oct 14, 2020 • 7:27:06pm

re: #119 Hecuba’s daughter

Maybe you should head out to the ER now? Certainly tomorrow morning at the latest.

I’m doing much better now. I’ll keep monitoring though and head out at the first sign of a flare-up.

141
Ace Rothstein  Oct 14, 2020 • 7:27:41pm

re: #139 Yeah Sure WhatEVs

Neither does Cornyn.

142
William Lewis  Oct 14, 2020 • 7:28:21pm

re: #135 Dave In Austin

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Eh, that lead-bismuth coolant was mean stuff and you could never let it cool off or it would solidify. OTOH 40 knots

143
Yeah Sure WhatEVs  Oct 14, 2020 • 7:28:27pm

re: #141 Ace Rothstein

Neither does Cornyn.

So Kamala was right and cornyn was wrong about his own state?

144
Quoth the raven, Covfefe.  Oct 14, 2020 • 7:29:08pm

re: #142 William Lewis

Eh, that lead-bismuth coolant was mean stuff and you could never let it cool off or it would solidify. OTOH 40 knots

40 knots? Dayum. That’s some rare water those fish are swimmin’ in.

145
A Mom Anon  Oct 14, 2020 • 7:34:40pm

re: #140 Shiplord Kirel: Fan of USPS, Goodyear, and Oreo

As someone with a husband who has 11 stents in his heart at age 54, please don’t wait. The last time my husband had a heart issue he died 3 times in less than 24 hours, once while I was holding his hand and trying to explain to him why he was in the hospital. Once in the ambulance while it was sitting in the driveway and then again in the ER before I could get there. He was on a ventilator in a medically induced coma for 5 days and not expected to live. He did, but he will never be the same physically.

Just go see a doctor, even if you feel better. Please?

146
Patricia Kayden  Oct 14, 2020 • 7:36:37pm
147
Shiplord Kirel: Fan of USPS, Goodyear, and Oreo  Oct 14, 2020 • 7:41:15pm

re: #145 A Mom Anon

As someone with a husband who has 11 stents in his heart at age 54, please don’t wait. The last time my husband had a heart issue he died 3 times in less than 24 hours, once while I was holding his hand and trying to explain to him why he was in the hospital. Once in the ambulance while it was sitting in the driveway and then again in the ER before I could get there. He was on a ventilator in a medically induced coma for 5 days and not expected to live. He did, but he will never be the same physically.

Just go see a doctor, even if you feel better. Please?

Ok, I’ll do it. Have a good night, gang. I’ll report back later. Off to Weatherford now.

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A Mom Anon  Oct 14, 2020 • 7:46:36pm

re: #147 Shiplord Kirel: Fan of USPS, Goodyear, and Oreo

Please let us know when you get home and settled. Big hugs and positive thoughts headed your way.

149
plansbandc  Oct 14, 2020 • 7:47:41pm

re: #110 Shiplord Kirel: Fan of USPS, Goodyear, and Oreo

Please go check this out. The world is a better place with you in it.

150
Dread Pirate Ron  Oct 14, 2020 • 7:47:57pm

Fresno can’t steal more water from the San Joaquin River because there needs to be enough flow to prevent salt water intrusion into the delta. The delta smelt dying would be a sign of that happening.

151
jaunte  Oct 14, 2020 • 7:50:37pm
152
Yeah Sure WhatEVs  Oct 14, 2020 • 7:51:02pm

re: #150 Dread Pirate Ron

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Fresno can’t steal more water from the San Joaquin River because there needs to be enough flow to prevent salt water intrusion into the delta. The delta smelt dying would be a sign of that happening.

Like Palin’s fruitfly jab and Bobby “don’t be the stupid party” Jindal’s volcano monitoring bit.

Morons one and all.

153
Yeah Sure WhatEVs  Oct 14, 2020 • 7:53:15pm

re: #151 jaunte

154
jaunte  Oct 14, 2020 • 7:53:46pm

All the biggest criminal swindlers go into conservative politics:

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calochortus  Oct 14, 2020 • 7:54:19pm

re: #150 Dread Pirate Ron

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Fresno can’t steal more water from the San Joaquin River because there needs to be enough flow to prevent salt water intrusion into the delta. The delta smelt dying would be a sign of that happening.

And when they talk about the “undeveloped water” in CA that should be used, no one mentions that it is all in the far north of the state hundreds of miles from where it’s needed. And on the other side of some not insignificant mountains as well. It’s undeveloped because it is totally uneconomic.

156
A Mom Anon  Oct 14, 2020 • 7:56:31pm

Looking at how genuinely damned stupid some elected officials are, what would it take to require just a basic knowledge test on civics and history to be able to run for federal or state House and senate seats? The stupid absolute ignorance of just basic knowledge is killing the country. Is it too much to ask that they understand the job and what it entails?

157
jaunte  Oct 14, 2020 • 7:57:52pm

Newt Gingrich socializing his losses.

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jaunte  Oct 14, 2020 • 7:58:25pm
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Yeah Sure WhatEVs  Oct 14, 2020 • 7:58:49pm

re: #156 A Mom Anon

Looking at how genuinely damned stupid some elected officials are, what would it take to require just a basic knowledge test on civics and history to be able to run for federal or state House and senate seats? The stupid absolute ignorance of just basic knowledge is killing the country. Is it too much to ask that they understand the job and what it entails?

Genuinely stupid or willfully so?

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BeachDem  Oct 14, 2020 • 7:59:16pm

re: #152 Yeah Sure WhatEVs

Like Palin’s fruitfly jab and Bobby “don’t be the stupid party” Jindal’s volcano monitoring bit.

Morons one and all.

Don’t forget Michele (one l) Bachmann’s insight on carbon dioxide as a by-product of nature proving there’s no global warming…and “The big thing we are working on now is the global warming hoax. It’s all voodoo, nonsense, hokum, a hoax.”

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BlueSpotinAL  Oct 14, 2020 • 7:59:37pm

re: #150 Dread Pirate Ron

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Fresno can’t steal more water from the San Joaquin River because there needs to be enough flow to prevent salt water intrusion into the delta. The delta smelt dying would be a sign of that happening.

Apalachicola Florida used to have a thriving oyster industry. Now closed due to drought and low flow in the river by the same name, drained by Atlanta, primarily.

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Ace Rothstein  Oct 14, 2020 • 8:01:58pm

re: #148 A Mom Anon

While what he may be experiencing is different than what I went through (vertebral artery dissection led to two mini strokes) four months ago, when I read his original post, I raised my eyebrows and thought to myself “Not good. Go get checked now.” Thank you for saying what you did and getting him to go get himself checked out TONIGHT.

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A Mom Anon  Oct 14, 2020 • 8:17:05pm

re: #162 Ace Rothstein

I hope he’s ok. We’ve been going through heart issues over and over for over a decade now. It’s terrifying for the patient and those who love them. I’m glad I could help him see the urgency, if I did.


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