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Sherlock Hound  Mar 2, 2021 • 12:44:06pm

From last thread, an old Boston joke:

“Jesus Saves…
And Esposito scores on the rebound!”

Fan of the Eight-Spoked B.

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Eclectic Cyborg  Mar 2, 2021 • 12:49:37pm

Welp, I’m boned.

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Targetpractice  Mar 2, 2021 • 12:51:35pm

re: #2 Eclectic Cyborg

Welp, I’m boned.

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And when the states numbers have plowed through the roof and are halfway to Mars: “Look, nobody could have seen this coming! The experts have failed us again!”

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No Malarkey!  Mar 2, 2021 • 12:52:05pm

Got an appointment Thursday for my first shot! All of the Kroger slots in Central and Northern Kentucky and Louisville are booked, but there were still a bunch available in Ashland, a 4.5 hour round trip. Maybe there is more Covid skepticism in Eastern Kentucky; it did go very heavily for Trump.

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Punish Domestic Terrorists  Mar 2, 2021 • 12:52:42pm

re: #1 Sherlock Hound

From last thread, an old Boston joke:

“Jesus Saves…
And Esposito scores on the rebound!”

Fan of the Eight-Spoked B.

You kids and your slang. I have no idea what your final sentence means.

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Punish Domestic Terrorists  Mar 2, 2021 • 12:54:23pm

re: #2 Eclectic Cyborg

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darthstar  Mar 2, 2021 • 12:54:46pm

This glass half-full reporting is really white washing white supremacists.

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No Malarkey!  Mar 2, 2021 • 12:58:49pm

re: #2 Eclectic Cyborg

Welp, I’m boned.

I hope you can avoid crowds until you can get vaccinated.

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Eclectic Cyborg  Mar 2, 2021 • 1:01:27pm

re: #8 No Malarkey!

I hope you can avoid crowds until you can get vaccinated.

That’s the goal. Trust me. I was already not taking many risks and I’ll be taking even fewer now. I’m only 39 and in good health. Plenty of people in front me in the vaccine line.

The governor wants to be stupid, fine. I’m sure as fuck not going to be.

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darthstar  Mar 2, 2021 • 1:02:58pm
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No Malarkey!  Mar 2, 2021 • 1:03:25pm

Texas also lifting all restrictions March 10. In Kentucky, we are waiting to see if the legislature’s law lifting restrictions on March 4 is constitutional.

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jaunte  Mar 2, 2021 • 1:06:10pm

This is bad.

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Belafon  Mar 2, 2021 • 1:08:54pm

re: #12 jaunte

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This is bad.

It will be interesting to see which school districts allow it to be relaxed. I don’t think Rockwall will.

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jaunte  Mar 2, 2021 • 1:09:06pm
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Sherlock Hound  Mar 2, 2021 • 1:09:49pm

re: #5 Punish Domestic Terrorists

You kids and your slang. I have no idea what your final sentence means.

Eight-Spoked B: Boston Bruins, NHL hockey team. Original Six.

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jaunte  Mar 2, 2021 • 1:10:06pm
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darthstar  Mar 2, 2021 • 1:10:32pm
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mmmirele  Mar 2, 2021 • 1:13:23pm

I actually wonder about businesses with a mask mandate. Like that temple of capitalism I work for. I’m wondering if they’ll go with lifting the restriction or still require masks (and appointments for front-facing operations) within their operations.

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Shiplord Kirel: Fan of USPS, Goodyear, and Oreo  Mar 2, 2021 • 1:16:39pm
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Targetpractice  Mar 2, 2021 • 1:16:50pm

re: #18 mmmirele

I actually wonder about businesses with a mask mandate. Like that temple of capitalism I work for. I’m wondering if they’ll go with lifting the restriction or still require masks (and appointments for front-facing operations) within their operations.

A lot of major chains will probably stick with masks per the CDC guidelines, which really means a return to the yelling and screaming by dozens of manchildren about how their “rights” are being violated by workers wearing masks when serving them.

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Chrysicat  Mar 2, 2021 • 1:19:10pm
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Belafon  Mar 2, 2021 • 1:21:38pm

re: #18 mmmirele

I actually wonder about businesses with a mask mandate. Like that temple of capitalism I work for. I’m wondering if they’ll go with lifting the restriction or still require masks (and appointments for front-facing operations) within their operations.

Mine will require them.

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Dangerman  Mar 2, 2021 • 1:22:06pm

re: #16 jaunte

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you have to be an absolute idiot to think this thing is over
or over enough to ‘relax’ anything
it’s barely under control, and that’s being generous

since we’ve more or less figured out what works, now is when you double down and go stricter

imbeciles

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darthstar  Mar 2, 2021 • 1:22:42pm

Biden’s about to come out to announce the Merck-J&J alignment. I wouldn’t mind if he called out Texas and Mississippi on removing mask mandates too soon. “I just visited that asshole last week to bail him out and now he’s putting his people at risk!”

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ckkatz  Mar 2, 2021 • 1:23:42pm

From last thread:

re: #326 jeffreyw

How far can you throw a skunk?

Yup! That was half the generally accepted solution. The other half was to exit stage opposite as quickly as one could.

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Dangerman  Mar 2, 2021 • 1:25:55pm

re: #24 darthstar

Biden’s about to come out to announce the Merck-J&J alignment. I wouldn’t mind if he called out Texas and Mississippi on removing mask mandates too soon. “I just visited that asshole last week to bail him out and now he’s putting his people at risk!”

now what’ll that asshole think of next?

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darthstar  Mar 2, 2021 • 1:27:04pm

Biden announces we’ll have enough vaccines for every American adult by the end of May - moved up from end of July.

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Eclectic Cyborg  Mar 2, 2021 • 1:28:11pm

re: #27 darthstar

Biden announces we’ll have enough vaccines for every American adult by the end of May - moved up from end of July.

Just want to point out that Biden is saying we will have the supply by then. NOT that they will all be administered by then.

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Dangerman  Mar 2, 2021 • 1:28:24pm

re: #27 darthstar

Biden announces we’ll have enough vaccines for every American adult by the end of May - moved up from end of July.

now if only every state and county had the infrastructure to deliver

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jaunte  Mar 2, 2021 • 1:28:37pm
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jaunte  Mar 2, 2021 • 1:29:00pm
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jaunte  Mar 2, 2021 • 1:30:56pm

Houston population: 2.31 million.
This is not the day to announce the pandemic is over

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Dangerman  Mar 2, 2021 • 1:31:24pm

dems considering cleaning house because of Cuomo w/r/t to sexual harassment

R’s use other criteria

Republican leaders are demanding that Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler (R-WA) resign after she voted to impeach Donald Trump and vowed to find a replacement for her in 2022 if she doesn’t, the Longview Daily News reports.

The goal, say party leaders, is “anybody but Jaime.”

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Dangerman  Mar 2, 2021 • 1:32:17pm

re: #29 Eclectic Cyborg

re: #30 Dangerman

13 seconds

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Punish Domestic Terrorists  Mar 2, 2021 • 1:34:20pm
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darthstar  Mar 2, 2021 • 1:35:09pm

Found some vaccine appointments for my wife…3 hours away. Thinking about signing her up and taking next Friday off work for a road trip.

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ckkatz  Mar 2, 2021 • 1:35:34pm

Also from downstairs:

re: #324 steve_davis

wtf is up with Joe? Hey, you’re a democrat in west virginia. you got reelected. you seriously think trump voters are gonna pull the lever for you because you are the big man on denying people a minimum wage increase, or more unemployment benefits? the weird thing is that he clearly is not a frustrated republican. if he were ben nighthorse campbell, for instance, he’d just change parties and be happy. obviously he has no wish to be a republican, so why play this game?

I was just thinking about how some have noticed taht Trump is doing everything he can to gain control of the Republican party and bend it towards his will. Including by eliminating anybody who might be able to compete with him nationally.

Something to consider…

Why is that the West Virginia Democratic party is unable to elect any other state wide Democrat besides Manchin? And that there is no other Democrat that seems able to compete statewide.

Is it that West Virginians are so completely different than the rest of the nation that they are biologically unable to become Democrats? Is there something in the water?

Or… and just bear with me here… might Manchin have something to do with this?
By ‘shanking’ competitors?

Certainly such a situation would give such a person a lot of power because he might be considered very hard to replace?

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Punish Domestic Terrorists  Mar 2, 2021 • 1:35:53pm

re: #27 darthstar

Biden announces we’ll have enough vaccines for every American adult by the end of May - moved up from end of July.

Republican governors are doing their best to kill their citizens before they can get the vaccine, so Biden may have overestimated the people who will be alive to receive the vaccine.

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darthstar  Mar 2, 2021 • 1:36:41pm

re: #39 Punish Domestic Terrorists

Republican governors are doing their best to kill their citizens before they can get the vaccine, so Biden may have overestimated the people who will be alive to receive the vaccine.

We could be good to go by Mother’s day!

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Punish Domestic Terrorists  Mar 2, 2021 • 1:39:03pm

re: #37 darthstar

Found some vaccine appointments for my wife…3 hours away. Thinking about signing her up and taking next Friday off work for a road trip.

Do it. Relieving the stress of covid fear alone is worth six hours on the road, and you might save her life.

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Dread Pirate Ron  Mar 2, 2021 • 1:39:22pm
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No Malarkey!  Mar 2, 2021 • 1:42:46pm

re: #38 ckkatz

Also from downstairs:

I was just thinking about how some have noticed taht Trump is doing everything he can to gain control of the Republican party and bend it towards his will. Including by eliminating anybody who might be able to compete with him nationally.

Something to consider…

Why is that the West Virginia Democratic party is unable to elect any other state wide Democrat besides Manchin? And that there is no other Democrat that seems able to compete statewide.

Is it that West Virginians are so completely different than the rest of the nation that they are biologically unable to become Democrats? Is there something in the water?

Or… and just bear with me here… might Manchin have something to do with this?
By ‘shanking’ competitors?

Certainly such a situation would give such a person a lot of power because he might be considered very hard to replace?

As a Kentuckian, I can say that in heavily white, rural, evangelical, poorly educated states, a Democrat with a name brand like Manchin or Beshear in Kentucky can win, but other Democrats will have a hard time not being branded as “radical” because the voters don’t know them.

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ckkatz  Mar 2, 2021 • 1:43:56pm
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danarchy  Mar 2, 2021 • 1:44:55pm

re: #38 ckkatz

Also from downstairs:

Why is that the West Virginia Democratic party is unable to elect any other state wide Democrat besides Manchin? And that there is no other Democrat that seems able to compete statewide.

Is it that West Virginians are so completely different than the rest of the nation that they are biologically unable to become Democrats? Is there something in the water?

Or… and just bear with me here… might Manchin have something to do with this?
By ‘shanking’ competitors?

Donald Trump beat Joe Biden by nearly 40 points in WV. There is no secret why other dems don’t win in the state. A dem who is conservative enough to win there may as well just switch parties.

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Punish Domestic Terrorists  Mar 2, 2021 • 1:45:44pm

re: #42 Dread Pirate Ron

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Chrysicat  Mar 2, 2021 • 1:47:17pm
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Punish Domestic Terrorists  Mar 2, 2021 • 1:50:30pm

re: #32 jaunte

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Punish Domestic Terrorists  Mar 2, 2021 • 1:52:14pm

My language is getting more foul as Republicans work to raise the body count.

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Targetpractice  Mar 2, 2021 • 1:52:51pm

There’s a more realistic explanation to today’s announcement: Abbott remains in deep shit with Texas voters after last month’s cold snap, so he’s using the distraction of making things “normal” by doing away with mask mandates and business restrictions to get people to stop talking about their frozen relatives and burst water pipes.

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Punish Domestic Terrorists  Mar 2, 2021 • 1:54:13pm

re: #50 Targetpractice

There’s a more realistic explanation to today’s announcement: Abbott remains in deep shit with Texas voters after last month’s cold snap, so he’s using the distraction of making things “normal” by doing away with mask mandates and business restrictions to get people to stop talking about their frozen relatives and burst water pipes.

Pretending things are normal is obscene. Having a fantasy-based political party in charge in so many states can only end in disaster.

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ckkatz  Mar 2, 2021 • 2:00:07pm

re: #43 No Malarkey!

As a Kentuckian, I can say that in heavily white, rural, evangelical, poorly educated states, a Democrat with a name brand like Manchin or Beshear in Kentucky can win, but other Democrats will have a hard time not being branded as “radical” because the voters don’t know them.

I agree that Democrats cannot gain traction in many places, including many parts of Appalachia. And I agree that at the present the organizations and culture are not supportive of Democratic candidates.

I greatly appreciate your courteous and observant response as advancing this important discussion.

Please note, that what I write below is not intended to characterize anything you wrote, or anything about your position on anything.

My concern is that included in the above lack of supportive organizations is the Democratic Party. And I wonder why the Democratic Party in West Virginia is able to successfully and predictably re-elect Manchin, but somehow fails miserably with anybody else.

I do not believe that Manchin has found some sort of magic fairy dust. Nor do I believe that the West Virginia social contract only permits a single Democrat statewide.

(Not saying that this is your position, because I do not think that it is.) I certainly do not agree with any “Forget it Jake. It’s Chinatown.”

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BeachDem  Mar 2, 2021 • 2:00:42pm

re: #30 Dangerman

now if only every state and county had the infrastructure to deliver

Amazingly, my usually backward state is doing a fairly good job:

South Carolina will expand COVID-19 vaccine eligibility to a much wider swath of the state’s population starting next week and is aiming to have all interested residents vaccinated by summer, the governor announced Tuesday.

Beginning March 8, the state will transition into Phase 1b of its vaccine rollout, which has been expanded to include all people age 55 and older; teachers, correctional officers and other frontline workers with increased occupational risk; and people age 16 to 64 with preexisting conditions…

Those frontline workers newly eligible for the vaccine include school and daycare workers, manufacturing workers, grocery store workers, retail workers, state, local and federal government employees and law enforcement, among others.

People who live and work in group home settings, homeless shelters, community training homes, behavioral substance abuse group homes and migrant farmworkers who live in shared housing are also included in Phase 1b, McMaster said.

That means starting Monday about 4 million South Carolinians, or roughly three-quarters of the state’s population, will be eligible for inoculations.

myrtlebeachonline.com

And our mayor, usually a total idiot, extended the city’s mask mandate (never had a state one) at least until the end of March.

I’ve had both Pfizer doses (I’m an old) and, other than a few stressful weeks when the supply chain was fucked up for the hospital where I got it, it was a smooth, organized operation. Oh, and I had no side effects from either dose.

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Decatur Deb  Mar 2, 2021 • 2:03:32pm

re: #49 Punish Domestic Terrorists

My language is getting more foul as Republicans work to raise the body count.

Try to keep the fuck up.

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Barefoot Grin  Mar 2, 2021 • 2:21:09pm

re: #4 No Malarkey!

Got an appointment Thursday for my first shot! All of the Kroger slots in Central and Northern Kentucky and Louisville are booked, but there were still a bunch available in Ashland, a 4.5 hour round trip. Maybe there is more Covid skepticism in Eastern Kentucky; it did go very heavily for Trump.

There’s something at once so beautiful and yet so bleak in the stretch up to Ashland, KY and beyond to Huntington, WV. Anyway, hope it goes well.

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jaunte  Mar 2, 2021 • 2:22:02pm

Hey, almost a fifth of the way there, or “Abbott-complete” as we say around these parts.

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Dangerman  Mar 2, 2021 • 2:28:04pm

re: #38 ckkatz

Also from downstairs:


Something to consider…

Why is that the West Virginia Democratic party is unable to elect any other state wide Democrat besides Manchin? And that there is no other Democrat that seems able to compete statewide.

conventional wisdom, ie electoral-vote.com says

… he represents a state that went 70/30 for Donald Trump…There is zero chance that West Virginians will elect a Democrat more liberal than Manchin. And there is only a tiny chance they will elect any Democrat who is not Manchin. If Democrats weaken Manchin, then in 2024 they will probably get either one of two billionaire coal barons (Gov. Jim Justice, R-WV, or Don Blankenship) as his replacement. Neither would ever side with them, whereas Manchin does most of the time, especially on union issues.

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Teddy's Person  Mar 2, 2021 • 2:29:12pm
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A Three Hour Tour  Mar 2, 2021 • 2:31:15pm

I lived in West Virginia for nine years. I loathe and detest Joe Manchin and have done so since the winter of ‘95-‘96 when he ran in the gubernatorial primary. Joe Manchin embodies much of what I hate about West Virginia, and let me tell you, West Virginia triggers me the way Christianity triggers Anymouse.

I’ve lived in five states. West Virginia is the only one in which the claim that “both parties are the same” comes close to being true. The coal and chemical industries control both the Democratic and Republican parties in West Virginia and they are very, very good at leveraging Mountaineers’ perpetual grievances, closed-mindedness, parochialness, paranoia and distrust of outsiders to kill progressive reforms and to maintain their power.

West Virginia is less a state than it is a mineral extraction colony.

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Belafon  Mar 2, 2021 • 2:33:00pm

re: #59 A Three Hour Tour

The annoying thing about Manchin right now is the state wants the stimulus-or-whatever-we’re-calling-it passed, by a huge margin.

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Dangerman  Mar 2, 2021 • 2:33:02pm

re: #48 Punish Domestic Terrorists

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regardless of what Abbott (or anyone else says or does)
wear your mask
keep your distance
wash your hands

don’t let the bastards win

YouTube

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Citizen K  Mar 2, 2021 • 2:33:54pm

re: #57 Dangerman

conventional wisdom, ie electoral-vote.com says

More importantly, with the margins as paper-thin as they are currently, he’s literally the difference between Dems holding the majority by VP tiebreak and not. Until we get more Dems elsewhere to make up the difference, we have to live with him. That’s why the axiom is ‘Elect More Dems, then Elect Better Dems’. We can’t actively do much if the margins aren’t there, and only then can we have the slack to focus on pushing the agenda leftward by electing more consistently leftward Dems.

And I make the distinction of ‘actively’, because part of the reason the GOP can do what they do far as purity bullshit is that they don’t always have to ‘win’, long as the Dems lose. THey are absolutely fine with shit not getting done because shit not getting done serves as much purpose for them as getting what they want to begin with, whereas we don’t have that liberty. We are in a position were we need to actively change things both for the health of the nation and our standing as a political party.

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Dangerman  Mar 2, 2021 • 2:35:25pm

re: #56 jaunte

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Hey, almost a fifth of the way there, or “Abbott-complete” as we say around these parts.

hey, if a marathon was only 6 miles long, I did great two weeks ago!

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Patricia Kayden  Mar 2, 2021 • 2:35:56pm

re: #27 darthstar

Biden announces we’ll have enough vaccines for every American adult by the end of May - moved up from end of July.

Yay!! I need mine ASAP. Thank goodness we have a sensible, caring President in the White House!!

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Patricia Kayden  Mar 2, 2021 • 2:37:50pm

re: #48 Punish Domestic Terrorists

What is really sad is that maskless idiots will start pouring into stores putting everyone’s life at risk including the lives of essential workers.

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Dangerman  Mar 2, 2021 • 2:38:16pm

re: #60 Belafon

The annoying thing about Manchin right now is the state wants the stimulus-or-whatever-we’re-calling-it passed, by a huge margin.

he’s gonna have a harder and harder time holding his position as it becomes more clear he’s not doing what he says he’s doing - ie doing what West Virginian’s want

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O say, does that Star Spangled Banner yet wave..  Mar 2, 2021 • 2:38:45pm

re: #65 Patricia Kayden

What is really sad is that massless idiots will start pouring into stores putting everyone’s life at risk including the lives of essential workers.

So they’ll be moving at light speed? That’s one way to minimize exposure.

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jaunte  Mar 2, 2021 • 2:40:09pm

re: #63 Dangerman

Oh yeah, I misread it the first go-round. That’s just the over 65 population.

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John Hughes  Mar 2, 2021 • 2:42:52pm

re: #1 Sherlock Hound

From last thread, an old Boston joke:

“Jesus Saves…
And Esposito scores on the rebound!”

Fan of the Eight-Spoked B.

Uh, that’s been a British joke since at least the 1960’s — “Jesus saves but (fill in name of striker) scores on the rebound”.

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Dangerman  Mar 2, 2021 • 2:45:44pm

re: #65 Patricia Kayden

What is really sad is that maskless idiots will start pouring into stores putting everyone’s life at risk including the lives of essential workers.

this is true and so i have to remain selfish because

nothing’s changed for the unvaccinated. The virus is totally unpredictable:
Anyone can get it
Anyone can have it and not know it
Anyone who has it (knowing or not) can pass it on
Anyone can survive it
Anyone can die from it
Anyone can experience nasty medical side effects that create a permanent pre-existing condition (long haulers)
The virus does not fight fair.

people are going to continue to die from this
people are going to continue to needlessly die from this

i will not personally sacrifice to this carnage

Abbott can do what he wants, say what he wants.

i’m not leaving the house or doing anything differently until we get vaccinated. (after that we’ll venture out more but still masked, distanced and disinfected. we will not eat in restaurants.)

doesn’t matter where you live, who your governor is, who your parents are, how much money you got, where you went or go to school, what your job is, your politics, gender, race, color, age, vegan or gluten status, how ‘in shape you are’, what your favorite tv show is, what the #1 movie was the year you turned 18…

Let the idiots do what they want.

My number one objective is to keep my people alive.

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Hecuba's daughter  Mar 2, 2021 • 2:47:35pm

re: #45 danarchy

Donald Trump beat Joe Biden by nearly 40 points in WV. There is no secret why other dems don’t win in the state. A dem who is conservative enough to win there may as well just switch parties.

No No NO — We would then have McConnell as Majority Leader. Manchin, as flawed as he may be, is 1000 x better than any Republican who would replace him. Let’s stop with this fantasy and work with what we have.

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Belafon  Mar 2, 2021 • 2:49:21pm

re: #71 Hecuba’s daughter

No No NO — We would then have McConnell as Majority Leader. Manchin, as flawed as he may be, is 1000 x better than any Republican who would replace him. Let’s stop with this fantasy and work with what we have.

I just want him to pay attention to what the voters in his state actually want right now.

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John Hughes  Mar 2, 2021 • 2:49:25pm

re: #4 No Malarkey!

Got an appointment Thursday for my first shot!

Lucky you.

I got an appointment for my first shot for midday today, only to get it cancelled early in the morning.

There’s a chance that I could be rescheduled for the 13th, but there’s clearly some kind of fuckup going on, France has received about 2 million doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine, only used around 100,000 doses and my doctor was just told the doses he was supposed to get today will be arriving later…

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Eclectic Cyborg  Mar 2, 2021 • 2:49:49pm

re: #69 John Hughes

Uh, that’s been a British joke since at least the 1960’s — “Jesus saves but (fill in name of striker) scores on the rebound”.

I prefer the techie version.

“Jesus saves. He hates having to retype everything.”

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Dangerman  Mar 2, 2021 • 2:49:52pm

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austin_blue  Mar 2, 2021 • 2:50:14pm

re: #63 Dangerman

hey, if a marathon was only 6 miles long, I did great two weeks ago!

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That’s 1.68 million fully vaccinated out of 29 million people.

5.8%.

Let’s open up!

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John Hughes  Mar 2, 2021 • 2:50:45pm

re: #74 Eclectic Cyborg

Jesus saves, but Moses invests.

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Dangerman  Mar 2, 2021 • 2:50:49pm

re: #72 Belafon

I just want him to pay attention to what the voters in his state actually want right now.

QFT!

because that’s why he says he’s doing what he’s doing

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O say, does that Star Spangled Banner yet wave..  Mar 2, 2021 • 2:51:05pm

re: #76 austin_blue

That’s 1.68 million fully vaccinated out of 29 million people.

5.8%.

Let’s open up!

What could POSSIBLY go wrong?!

[Checks notes.]

Oh, they already did this once before? And it didn’t go well? And they wound up quietly going back on it but nobody noticed because IOKIYAR?

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jaunte  Mar 2, 2021 • 2:53:22pm
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Dangerman  Mar 2, 2021 • 2:54:55pm

re: #80 jaunte

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Colère Tueur de Lapin  Mar 2, 2021 • 3:09:09pm

re: #59 A Three Hour Tour

West Virginia is less a state than it is a mineral extraction colony.

Zerg, Protoss, or Human?

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JC1  Mar 2, 2021 • 3:09:47pm

re: #69 John Hughes

Uh, that’s been a British joke since at least the 1960’s — “Jesus saves but (fill in name of striker) scores on the rebound”.

I like the D&D version: Jesus saves… and only takes half damage.

Had that on a bumper sticker once upon a time.

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O say, does that Star Spangled Banner yet wave..  Mar 2, 2021 • 3:09:53pm

re: #82 Colère Tueur de Lapin

Zerg, Protoss, or Human?

You require more vespene gas.

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The Pie Overlord!  Mar 2, 2021 • 3:12:03pm
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Mike Lamb  Mar 2, 2021 • 3:17:09pm

re: #80 jaunte

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Consider that he might have gone with the blunt honesty because he’s that confident that it won’t change the result.

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A hollow voice says NOW drain that swamp!  Mar 2, 2021 • 3:18:35pm

re: #67 O say, does that Star Spangled Banner yet wave..

So they’ll be moving at light speed? That’s one way to minimize exposure.

I thought it was Catholics avoiding superspreader events.

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The Pie Overlord!  Mar 2, 2021 • 3:27:01pm

THIS WOMAN IS THE BOSS OF HERSELF!

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Targetpractice  Mar 2, 2021 • 3:29:46pm

re: #84 O say, does that Star Spangled Banner yet wave..

You require more vespene gas.

You must construct additional pylons.

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Decatur Deb  Mar 2, 2021 • 3:35:11pm

SPLC drops a big one on Alex Jones—a 2019 video: “I wish I’d never fucking met Donald Trump”.

splcenter.org

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O say, does that Star Spangled Banner yet wave..  Mar 2, 2021 • 3:41:24pm

re: #89 Targetpractice

You must construct additional pylons.

Stupid Zergling rush.

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Sherlock Hound  Mar 2, 2021 • 3:41:32pm
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steve_davis  Mar 2, 2021 • 3:43:41pm

HR just emailed to let us know South Carolina will start taking appointments for 1B (and apparently, if I’m reading the fine print correctly, anyone 55 or over) this Monday. I’ll be first person on the phone with my local Ingles pharmacy.

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austin_blue  Mar 2, 2021 • 3:48:20pm

re: #90 Decatur Deb

SPLC drops a big one on Alex Jones—a 2019 video: “I wish I’d never fucking met Donald Trump”.

splcenter.org

He also paid Paul Joseph Watson $192,000 a year.

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John Hughes  Mar 2, 2021 • 11:22:39pm

re: #92 Sherlock Hound

In the same way that the only solution for homelessness that works is housing the only solution for poverty that works is money.


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Of Monsters and Men - Destroyer (Official Lyric Video) “Destroyer" by Of Monsters and Men available now: omam.lnk.to ►Follow Of Monsters and Men:Instagram: instagram.comFacebook: facebook.comTwitter: @monstersandmenShazam: shazam.comWebsite: ofmonstersandmen.com Video shot & edited by: Cameron Stewart - cjbs.uk Lyrics: I want to be the king of my body and ...
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St. Vincent - the Melting of the Sun (Official Video) Pre-order/save the new album Daddy's Home, out May 14th: lnk.ilovestvincent.comListen to "The Melting Of The Sun": lnk.ilovestvincent.comListen to "Pay Your Way In Pain": lnk.ilovestvincent.com Watch St. Vincent perform live on SNL: lnk.ilovestvincent.com Animation by Chris McD CALL 1-833-77-DADDY FOLLOW ...
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#Thegreatpoolpondconversion - 210404Did you spend all week thinking about solar power and pumps? We didn't either.A week of flawless electrics and hydraulics.The first few days we went out to check on it like hourly.Now we don't even think about itThe proof of ...
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Springsteen - “Prove It All Night” Live at Cleveland Agora, 1978This is so perfect.
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Foster the People - Lamb’s Wool (Official Music Video) Official animated music video for Foster The People's single 'Lamb's Wool' off of their most recent EP 'In The Darkest Of Nights, Let The Birds Sing'. Listen to 'Lamb's Wool' here: stem.ffm.to Listen to 'Lamb's Wool (with Poolside)' here: ...
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Talk Talk - It’s My Life (Live at Montreux 1986) Live at Montreux 1986 is a concert video release by the British synth pop band Talk Talk of a concert at 1986 Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland. The show was part of a tour that started in April 1986 ...
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KALEO - Skinny [OFFICIAL LYRIC VIDEO] Music and Lyrics by JJ Julius SonNew song “Skinny" available now: kaleo.lnk.toFrom the upcoming album Surface Sounds out 4/23: kaleo.lnk.to What makes you feel good?What makes you angry inside? Why don’t you love me?You want to fuck me or ...
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Hania Rani - Live From Studio S2 Listen to 'Live from Studio S2': hania-rani.lnk.to The full live set video was premiered on the evening before the annual Piano Day worldwide celebrations (March 29th). The motivation to make the recording of the live performances which became the ...
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Billy F Gibbons - West Coast Junkie “West Coast Junkie” the new music video by Billy F Gibbons from his forthcoming album ‘Hardware’, available on June 4th on Concord Records. Pre-order ‘Hardware’: found.eeGet signed and exclusive bundles: found.ee Directed by: Harry ReeseProduced by: Matt Sorum Listen ...
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Morcheeba - the Moon (Official Music Video) Listen to 'The Moon' streaming now: morcheeba.lnk.toWritten by I. Žilić/S. Edwards - Directed by Martin J. Pickering for Big Head MediaPre-order 'Blackest Blue', released May 14th: morcheeba.lnk.to Connect with Morcheeba: morcheeba.ukFacebook: facebook.comInstagram: instagram.comTwitter: @morcheebaband ---------- Credits Production Company: Big ...
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