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Dread Pirate Ron  Mar 3, 2021 • 10:32:05pm
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Dread Pirate Ron  Mar 3, 2021 • 11:06:29pm
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Chrysicat  Mar 3, 2021 • 11:08:48pm

Charles, one of the popup ads on transition is for “Media Player 10”.

I’m pretty sure that rather than a legitimate company having bought that trademark from Microsoft once Windows Media Player was discontinued, that’s a malware.

Anything that can be done about it for someone who may have had her financial situation improve during the pandemic, but not even arguably enough to subscribe?

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Chrysicat  Mar 3, 2021 • 11:09:17pm

And what I was originally coming here for:

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Hecuba's daughter  Mar 3, 2021 • 11:22:15pm

re: #2 Dread Pirate Ron

She is a perfect replacement for Trump in 2024: keeps her state open, no statewide mask mandate, second in cases per population, 8th in deaths per population, and with this abysmal record, she is held up as a model for the libertarian freedumb faction. Boasts of how well her state is doing because she is as good a liar as Trump, but speaks coherently. And a grifter.

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Dread Pirate Ron  Mar 4, 2021 • 12:33:13am
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John Hughes  Mar 4, 2021 • 1:34:34am

re: #60 IngisKahn

Charles Johnson:
RewriteRule ^(.*).[\d]{10}.(css|js|jpg|jpeg|gif|png|php)$ $1.$2 [L]

Can you dig it?

000000000000js
?

He forgot to quote some “.”s I think.

Maybe:

RewriteRule ^(.*)\.[\d]{10}\.(css|js|jpg|jpeg|gif|png|php)$ $1.$2 [L]

(To get some of those “\“‘s through LGFs posting software I had to double them).

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Dread Pirate Ron  Mar 4, 2021 • 1:40:21am
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Nyet  Mar 4, 2021 • 1:42:32am

Why does bipartisanship sound good on paper? It doesn’t to me. The results sound good to me. Bipartisanship doesn’t.

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Jack Burton, Gunner on Death Star of David  Mar 4, 2021 • 1:47:52am

re: #9 Nyet

Why does bipartisanship sound good on paper? It doesn’t to me. The results sound good to me. Bipartisanship doesn’t.

The only people that give a shit about Bipartisanship are in the media or DC.

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Nyet  Mar 4, 2021 • 2:21:58am

Bipartisanship is good when you’re doing something bad - “but but but they did it too!”. When you’re doing something good, you might as well do it in a partisan way.

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Dread Pirate Ron  Mar 4, 2021 • 2:22:07am

We’re running out of rain/snow season in California. A chance of rain next Tuesday will add to our massive 4.37” so far. Our snow pack is 60% of normal (or about 40% of what was normal back in the 60-80s). The state is asking people to conserve water.

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Dave In Austin  Mar 4, 2021 • 2:58:16am

Morning all.

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Nyet  Mar 4, 2021 • 3:00:00am

re: #13 Dave In Austin

That’s a good stinkweasel, unlike the GQP treasonweasels.

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Dread Pirate Ron  Mar 4, 2021 • 3:00:49am

re: #13 Dave In Austin

He’s ready for a fight.

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Dave In Austin  Mar 4, 2021 • 3:02:45am

re: #15 Dread Pirate Ron

He’s ready for a fight.

Is actually a female. Pepe Le Pew Is off screen. Skunk love is not pretty.

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Dread Pirate Ron  Mar 4, 2021 • 3:13:31am
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Dangerman  Mar 4, 2021 • 3:38:41am
Idaho state Rep. Karey Hanks (R) said she has “done some research” and concluded that face masks can cause injuries to “even our souls,” KTVB reports.

but of course she has
-“done some research”
- and concluded

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Dangerman  Mar 4, 2021 • 3:42:52am

Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp, who was relentlessly attacked by Donald Trump for refusing to help overturn the presidential election, told Fox News that he would “absolutely” back Trump if he becomes the Republican nominee in 2024

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Dave In Austin  Mar 4, 2021 • 3:44:08am

re: #19 Dangerman

Craven

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Dangerman  Mar 4, 2021 • 3:51:26am

a wealthy gated enclave in the Florida Keys had been vaccinated by mid-January, according to an emailed newsletter obtained by the Miami Herald.

It’s also home to many wealthy donors to the Florida Republican Party and GOP candidates, including Gov. Ron DeSantis.

In fact, the only people from Key Largo who gave to DeSantis’ political committee live in Ocean Reef. All 17 of them had given the governor contributions of $5,000 each through December 2020, according to the Florida Division of Elections.

Since DeSantis started using the state’s vaccine initiative to steer special pop-up vaccinations to select communities, his political committee has raised $2.7 million in the month of February alone, more than any other month since he first ran for governor in 2018, records show.

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Nyet  Mar 4, 2021 • 4:13:24am

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Decatur Deb  Mar 4, 2021 • 4:38:39am

re: #22 Nyet

Great illustration—cross in one hand, knout in the other.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Mar 4, 2021 • 4:42:49am

re: #22 Nyet

Yep, and he even looks a bit like John Wayne…

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jeffreyw  Mar 4, 2021 • 4:55:12am

Gabe and Miss Bea

Good morning!

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Mike Lamb  Mar 4, 2021 • 5:02:27am

re: #6 Dread Pirate Ron

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That’s funny. I burned my son’s bacon once, and he’s never let me forget.

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Barefoot Grin  Mar 4, 2021 • 5:10:02am

re: #26 Mike Lamb

That’s funny. I burned my son’s bacon once, and he’s never let me forget.

My mom would get distracted—she was trying to make lunches and breakfast at the same time often—and burn our toast. It wasn’t uncommon for me to come home from my morning paper route to find the charred scrapings from toast in the snow outside the kitchen door. I don’t like burnt toast, but there’s something nostalgic in the smell.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Mar 4, 2021 • 5:17:46am

re: #27 Barefoot Grin

My mom would get distracted—she was trying to make lunches and breakfast at the same time often—and burn our toast. It wasn’t uncommon for me to come home from my morning paper route to find the charred scrapings from toast in the snow outside the kitchen door. I don’t like burnt toast, but there’s something nostalgic in the smell.

we had an old toaster that always burned the toast, so my mom used to tell my sisters that eating burnt toast helps make your hair curly, as they were jealous of their younger brother’s curly hair.

that has become a running gag in our family

my son also inherited the curly hair genes in the family…

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Belafon  Mar 4, 2021 • 5:18:22am

Senators can’t do anything:

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Nyet  Mar 4, 2021 • 5:22:36am

Stealing from Daily Fail. Not linking, cause it’s Daily Fail.

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Nyet  Mar 4, 2021 • 5:27:49am

Fair enough, I guess?

Q never said anything about March 4th. None of us on this “prominent Qanon forum” will be in Washington DC tomorrow. None of us think that Trump will be announced President tomorrow. Tomorrow will just be a regular day.
posted 14 hours ago by Nyc999944 +878 / -0
And this isn’t a lie or disinformation or any of that. We legit won’t be anywhere near the Capitol lol

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Eventual Carrion  Mar 4, 2021 • 5:37:40am

re: #31 Nyet

Fair enough, I guess?

If anything happens it will be antifa of course.

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lawhawk  Mar 4, 2021 • 5:46:31am

Greets and saluts from the NYC metro area. Looks like Trump’s ice skating rinks are on thin ice. Seems that in this age of venmo, credit cards, and e-commerce, they operate solely as a cash business.

And that’s just weird. That allows them to play games with not only the amounts they have to report as taxes, but they can also play games with their lease/rental agreement payments.

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Decatur Deb  Mar 4, 2021 • 5:47:23am

re: #32 Eventual Carrion

If anything happens it will be antifa of course.

Nope, Michigan Militia in Antifa letter jackets, a particularly false false-flag.

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darthstar  Mar 4, 2021 • 5:47:27am
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lawhawk  Mar 4, 2021 • 5:52:39am

re: #35 darthstar

Weird. Trump must be a time traveler who got all wibbly wobbly about the timeline, because he claimed that he inherited American carnage, and yet that’s exactly what he left in his wake:

500,000+ Americans dead
Tens of millions out of work.
Far higher unemployment.
Worst economic crash since Great Depression.
An economy in shambles (Wall Street isn’t Main Street).

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Nyet  Mar 4, 2021 • 5:56:08am

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darthstar  Mar 4, 2021 • 6:00:36am

So I see SpaceX had a successful flight and landing yesterday. Just make sure you’re seated in first class because you only have about 8 minutes after the flight to deplane before it goes boom.

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darthstar  Mar 4, 2021 • 6:02:50am

Pigeons, man. They don’t fuck around.

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Belafon  Mar 4, 2021 • 6:13:38am

What Abbott wants to open up in:

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lawhawk  Mar 4, 2021 • 6:18:11am

re: #39 darthstar

You know that the $1.9 trillion relief bill is going to pass despite GOP obstructionism, chicanery, and delays, because the Post is doing all it can to distract from that fact.

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Belafon  Mar 4, 2021 • 6:19:03am

In addition to trying to kill off more city people, I think Abbot is trying to lay the groundwork for arguing that Biden was ineffective at controlling the virus:

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Belafon  Mar 4, 2021 • 6:22:59am
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darthstar  Mar 4, 2021 • 6:30:07am
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Belafon  Mar 4, 2021 • 6:42:58am

Republicans in the Arizona senate demanded that Maricopa county send them the ballots from the election, and they did, and now the Senate doesn’t know what to do with them:

Which the County did Monday—delivering 73 pallets stacked with 2.1 million ballots to the Senate chambers. That would be the same Senate that demanded the ballots, but now has no fucking clue what to do with them. They didn’t even have a plan to count the votes after it became known that they initially hired a firm with ties to Trump to conduct the audit, the same firm that had botched an earlier count.

On Jan. 29, the Senate announced that it had hired “an independent, qualified forensic auditing firm to analysis the 2020 election results” though [Senate President Karen] Fann quickly backtracked once the public got wind of the fact that her idea of “independent, qualified” auditors was Trump’s crack Allied Security crew.

dailykos.com

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Belafon  Mar 4, 2021 • 6:46:57am

Stockton, CA, gave 125 people $500/month, no strings attached, and here are some of the findings from that:

The researchers Stacia Martin-West of the University of Tennessee and Amy Castro Baker of the University of Pennsylvania collected and analyzed data from individuals who received $500 a month and from individuals who did not. Some of their findings are obvious. The cash transfer reduced income volatility, for one: Households getting the cash saw their month-to-month earnings fluctuate 46 percent, versus the control group’s 68 percent. The families receiving the $500 a month tended to spend the money on essentials, including food, home goods, utilities, and gas. (Less than 1 percent went to cigarettes and alcohol.) The cash also doubled the households’ capacity to pay unexpected bills, and allowed recipient families to pay down their debts. Individuals getting the cash were also better able to help their families and friends, providing financial stability to the broader community…

The researchers also found that the guaranteed income did not dissuade participants from working—adding to a large body of evidence showing that cash benefits do not dramatically shrink the labor force and in some cases help people work by giving them the stability they need to find and take a new job. In the Stockton study, the share of participants with a full-time job rose 12 percentage points, versus five percentage points in the control group. In an interview, Martin-West and Castro Baker suggested that the money created capacity for goal setting, risk taking, and personal investment.

dailykos.com

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Dangerman  Mar 4, 2021 • 6:49:52am

Did I miss the “inauguration”?

Is there a countdown website?

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Michele: Out of the closet, Into the fire  Mar 4, 2021 • 6:51:21am

re: #38 darthstar

So I see SpaceX had a successful flight and landing yesterday. Just make sure you’re seated in first class because you only have about 8 minutes after the flight to deplane before it goes boom.

Yep. The people live streaming it refused to cut away as they just KNEW something was going to happen. I think they thought it was going to fall over because of the angle it it was on after landing with no gear deployed as did I. The BOOM! was unexpected.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Mar 4, 2021 • 6:51:26am

re: #46 Belafon

Stockton, CA, gave 125 people $500/month, no strings attached, and here are some of the findings from that:

They all stopped working and became dependent and entitled and now Stockton is a socialist hellhole?

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Mar 4, 2021 • 6:54:20am
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Dangerman  Mar 4, 2021 • 6:58:49am

re: #31 Nyet

Fair enough, I guess?

So the trump hotel raised their rates for nothing

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DodgerFan1988  Mar 4, 2021 • 7:00:38am
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Nyet  Mar 4, 2021 • 7:04:45am

re: #51 Dangerman

You know like, people sometimes will get confused and think polygamy is what the Mormons still do and they will confront some Mormon about it and the Mormon will deny it and won’t be lying, but there still are fundamentalist Mormon sects around (condemned by the LDS Church) that actually do marry by the dozen? It’s kind of like that but much dumber, I guess.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Mar 4, 2021 • 7:05:19am
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Punish Domestic Terrorists  Mar 4, 2021 • 7:07:31am

re: #52 DodgerFan1988

Normally, it’s wingnuts using these phrases.

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Dangerman  Mar 4, 2021 • 7:08:36am

re: #52 DodgerFan1988

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They want biden(as president) to call pelosi what trump (as president) called her

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Nyet  Mar 4, 2021 • 7:09:03am

re: #55 Punish Domestic Terrorists

Also, “common sense”.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Mar 4, 2021 • 7:10:27am

re: #50 Backwoods_Sleuth

I’ll wait to see whole interview, but this portion raises lots of Qs re: how softly CBS treated this terrorist

“we were waved in by police officers”…

They are letting him promote all the bullshit RW talking points

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Acemarilllion  Mar 4, 2021 • 7:14:22am

re: #50 Backwoods_Sleuth

Now we know why this guy wore the stupid hat. He’s just another balding jack wagon.

And his Shamen “talk” makes me want to hurl. Funny how these cowards will say anything to try to stay out of the clink.

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darthstar  Mar 4, 2021 • 7:16:37am

So I booked the missus for her vaccine next Wednesday about an hour away and this morning San Mateo county texted her to say her turn was coming up so now she’s booked for Saturday morning 20 minutes away. So yeah, she gets the jab in two days and will free up the other appointment for someone up in San Rafael.

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The Pie Overlord!  Mar 4, 2021 • 7:25:19am

This thread WOW

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mmmirele  Mar 4, 2021 • 7:25:20am

re: #1 Dread Pirate Ron

Re those explosions in Holland, yesterday I read an article in Spanish on Deutsche Welle and it pointed out a couple of things:

* Not the first time a diagnostic clinic was targeted. When the Dutch lockdown with curfew started in January, a diagnostic clinic in Urk (why yes, that’s the town name) was set on fire.

* Both Bovenkarspel and Urk are in the Dutch “Bible Belt” and the article points out that there’s a tradition of anti-vaxxer stupidity (my editorial comment) among the conservative Protestants.

* This particular area has 81 infected per 100,000 persons, compared to 27.2 persons per 100,000 in the rest of Holland.

There’s a lot going on there, and gee, it’s quite similar to what’s going on here.

dw.com (in Spanish)

ETA: I just have to point out that there’s a Dutch group against reasonable restrictions during the pandemic, called “Viruswaarheid” (Truth over the virus) and it was founded and led by a professor of *dance* who uses the group as a vehicle to promote conspiracy theories. Sound familiar?

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EstebanTornado1963  Mar 4, 2021 • 7:25:41am

Me and my gf have our first shots scheduled for tomorrow

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Belafon  Mar 4, 2021 • 7:26:44am

re: #61 The Pie Overlord!

This thread WOW

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Saving it for later.

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Belafon  Mar 4, 2021 • 7:27:29am

re: #63 EstebanTornado1963

Me and my gf have our first shots scheduled for tomorrow

My wife and I have ours this evening, and I would trade mine if I could get my 16 year old a shot.

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EstebanTornado1963  Mar 4, 2021 • 7:32:30am

re: #65 Belafon

I would guess within 3 weeks that could happen depending where you live.

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mmmirele  Mar 4, 2021 • 7:33:30am

re: #33 lawhawk

Greets and saluts from the NYC metro area. Looks like Trump’s ice skating rinks are on thin ice. Seems that in this age of venmo, credit cards, and e-commerce, they operate solely as a cash business.

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And that’s just weird. That allows them to play games with not only the amounts they have to report as taxes, but they can also play games with their lease/rental agreement payments.

There’s always money in the banana stand?

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The Pie Overlord!  Mar 4, 2021 • 7:34:21am
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A hollow voice says NOW drain that swamp!  Mar 4, 2021 • 7:35:15am

re: #25 jeffreyw

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Good morning!

Western good morning!

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William Lewis  Mar 4, 2021 • 7:37:42am

re: #62 mmmirele

Re those explosions in Holland, yesterday I read an article in Spanish on Deutsche Welle and it pointed out a couple of things:

* Not the first time a diagnostic clinic was targeted. When the Dutch lockdown with curfew started in January, a diagnostic clinic in Urk (why yes, that’s the town name) was set on fire.

* Both Bovenkarspel and Urk are in the Dutch “Bible Belt” and the article points out that there’s a tradition of anti-vaxxer stupidity (my editorial comment) among the conservative Protestants.

* This particular area has 81 infected per 100,000 persons, compared to 27.2 persons per 100,000 in the rest of Holland.

There’s a lot going on there, and gee, it’s quite similar to what’s going on here.

dw.com (in Spanish)

ETA: I just have to point out that there’s a Dutch group against reasonable restrictions during the pandemic, called “Viruswaarheid” (Truth over the virus) and it was founded and led by a professor of *dance* who uses the group as a vehicle to promote conspiracy theories. Sound familiar?

Not quite related but it is, that same conservative protestant church tradition was the basis of the Afrikaner Calvinism that made such a mess out of South Africa.

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William Lewis  Mar 4, 2021 • 7:39:05am

re: #68 The Pie Overlord!

I’ve seen that one before. I always liked it.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Mar 4, 2021 • 7:40:00am

re: #70 William Lewis

Not quite related but it is, that same conservative protestant church tradition was the basis of the Afrikaner Calvinism that made such a mess out of South Africa.

I recall reading about some rather extreme anti-lockdown protests in the Netherlands.

And don’t forget, a lot of those Calvinists also emigrated to America…

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mmmirele  Mar 4, 2021 • 7:43:21am

re: #53 Nyet

You know like, people sometimes will get confused and think polygamy is what the Mormons still do and they will confront some Mormon about it and the Mormon will deny it and won’t be lying, but there still are fundamentalist Mormon sects around (condemned by the LDS Church) that actually do marry by the dozen? It’s kind of like that but much dumber, I guess.

Yes, there a few sects but a lot of polygamists aren’t part of any groups. The two sects I’m familiar with are:

* FLDS, currently located at the Utah/Arizona border. Led by the incarcerated Warren Jeffs. God only knows what’s going on inside there, but what I’ve heard is weird. They have/had hidey holes all over the West (e.g., that place in Texas). One of my friends in Rapid City, SD, went to an tax sale last week of some FLDS property relatively (oh, 30-40 miles) nearby. The property sold for ~$675,000. It’s uncertain if anyone is still living there.

* AUB, Apostolic United Brethren. Their HQ is in Bluffdale, UT, near one of the penitentiaries. They try to present themselves as sane polygamists, but boy, they have their own crazy.

As I said, most of the polygamists are basically their own thang. They definitely exist, probably even some within five miles of my house here in Arizona, because Mesa is old Mormon country. But the Mormon church will ABSOLUTELY drop kick anyone they catch practicing polygamy. There’s not even a question about it.

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Punish Domestic Terrorists  Mar 4, 2021 • 7:46:24am

Baldwin does not have the right kind of personality to be on social media. He’ll lose his shit on Instagram too. It’s just a matter of time.

Alec Baldwin Deactivates Twitter After ‘A—holes’ Slam Gillian Anderson Joke(US Weekly via MSN)

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Mar 4, 2021 • 7:47:48am

re: #73 mmmirele

Yes, there a few sects but a lot of polygamists aren’t part of any groups. The two sects I’m familiar with are:

* FLDS, currently located at the Utah/Arizona border.

* AUB, Apostolic United Brethren. Their HQ is in Bluffdale, UT, near one of the penitentiaries.

The strip of Arizona north of the Grand Canyon used to be directly inaccessible from within Arizona, which made it a desirable spot. There was an FBI raid on Short Creek (now called Colorado City) in the 50’s that broke up a polygamist community, but did not end polygamy, just drove it more underground.

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mmmirele  Mar 4, 2021 • 7:50:13am

re: #61 The Pie Overlord!

This thread WOW

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This is an amazing thread. Definitely worth a read.

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🌹UOJB!  Mar 4, 2021 • 7:51:05am

A Happy March 4th to all.

And a really big FU to the QAssholes deluded enough to believe His Ass-Holeyness was going to overthrow Joe today!

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The Pie Overlord!  Mar 4, 2021 • 7:53:50am
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Shiplord Kirel: Fan of USPS, Goodyear, and Oreo  Mar 4, 2021 • 7:55:12am
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🌹UOJB!  Mar 4, 2021 • 7:56:33am

re: #78 The Pie Overlord!

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F that cracker. And that goes double for that Asshole Shaman whom CBS endlessly tossed softballs at.

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🌹UOJB!  Mar 4, 2021 • 7:58:00am

re: #79 Shiplord Kirel: Fan of USPS, Goodyear, and Oreo

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Wondering if Gym Neighbors Jordan used that $3 million to pay hush money to blackmailers?

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The Pie Overlord!  Mar 4, 2021 • 8:00:25am

Here is why “If I Ran The Zoo” was discontinued:
(In spoilers because you will see why it was discontinued)

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jeffreyw  Mar 4, 2021 • 8:01:25am

re: #81 🌹UOJB!

Wondering if Gym Neighbors Jordan used that $3 million to pay hush money to blackmailers?

It would be irresponsible not to speculate.

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Nyet  Mar 4, 2021 • 8:07:42am

re: #73 mmmirele

Yes, auto excommmunication for that.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Mar 4, 2021 • 8:08:14am

re: #82 The Pie Overlord!

Here is why “If I Ran The Zoo” was discontinued:
(In spoilers because you will see why it was discontinued)

Just because certain things were accepted back then does not make them acceptable nowadays.

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Dangerman  Mar 4, 2021 • 8:12:07am

re: #58 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

I’ll wait to see whole interview, but this portion raises lots of Qs re: how softly CBS treated this terrorist

“we were waved in by police officers”…

They are letting him promote all the bullshit RW talking points

doesnt make it any less illegal

whether they were complicit, derelict or overrun

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🌹UOJB!  Mar 4, 2021 • 8:14:22am

Giuliani Gets Dunked On For Crying Foul Over ‘Misinformation’ He Peddled

ROTFLMAO at this ass trying to wiggle out of his lawsuit!

talkingpointsmemo.com

And he is stupid enough to tweet this!

He’s begging to get his ass and Planters Peanuts to get repeatedly kicked in the courtroom!

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Dangerman  Mar 4, 2021 • 8:16:12am

re: #63 EstebanTornado1963

Me and my gf have our first shots scheduled for tomorrow

i’m gonna be envy-jealous of all y’all who get vaccinated

until around june when maybe i’ll get lucky

florida/Desantis you know -

(don’t hate me)

though dangermom is getting her second shot on sunday (92 y/o)

still no word on what can be done for mrsdm given her acute lung condition since she’s ‘only’ 62 (did i just publish that)

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austin_blue  Mar 4, 2021 • 8:17:37am

Late yesterday, according to Worldometer, COVID-19 deaths exceeded 531,576, which is greater than the population of this city in 2019:

google.com

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HypnoToad  Mar 4, 2021 • 8:18:22am

Got my second Pfizer in So Cal here yesterday. A moderate sore arm is the only symptom I have this morning, similar to the first vaccination.

Oddly, a slight soreness developed at the same time in my other arm, at the site of the first shot! Sympathetic symptom?

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Jay C  Mar 4, 2021 • 8:19:04am

re: #85 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

Just because certain things were accepted back then does not make them acceptable nowadays.

Quite true.
But I’m just curious why the Seuss Estate decided to stop distributing the titles, rather than simply excising the offensive material. I guess they would probably not want to re-draw or overtly replace anything old Ted actually drew, but I wonder how much “If I Ran the Zoo” would suffer if the “African” pic was missing….?
That said, I generally agree with their decision.

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danarchy  Mar 4, 2021 • 8:20:43am

re: #82 The Pie Overlord!

Here is why “If I Ran The Zoo” was discontinued:
(In spoilers because you will see why it was discontinued)

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The question is why discontinue the book and not just update the artwork in the couple of pages where it is an issue? Personally I think the whole thing was to generate controversy and goose sales, which are apparently way up. Something like 5 of the top 6 books on amazon yesterday were Dr. Seuss books.

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darthstar  Mar 4, 2021 • 8:21:30am
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Jay C  Mar 4, 2021 • 8:21:36am

re: #92 danarchy

The question is why discontinue the book and not just update the artwork in the couple of pages where it is an issue? Personally I think the whole thing was to generate controversy and goose sales, which are apparently way up. Something like 5 of the top 6 books on amazon yesterday were Dr. Seuss books.

Heh. GMTA……

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mmmirele  Mar 4, 2021 • 8:24:09am

re: #92 danarchy

The question is why discontinue the book and not just update the artwork in the couple of pages where it is an issue? Personally I think the whole thing was to generate controversy and goose sales, which are apparently way up. Something like 5 of the top 6 books on amazon yesterday were Dr. Seuss books.

Maybe they wanted to deplete the current stocks of the six books, which may not be selling well, prior to taking the books out of print. :)

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Patricia Kayden  Mar 4, 2021 • 8:24:25am

Lol

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Punish Domestic Terrorists  Mar 4, 2021 • 8:27:36am

re: #93 darthstar

Every duck has a dog mask on. This bird is close enough.

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Punish Domestic Terrorists  Mar 4, 2021 • 8:28:51am

re: #87 🌹UOJB!

Giuliani Gets Dunked On For Crying Foul Over ‘Misinformation’ He Peddled

ROTFLMAO at this ass trying to wiggle out of his lawsuit!

talkingpointsmemo.com

And he is stupid enough to tweet this!

He’s begging to get his ass and Planters Peanuts to get repeatedly kicked in the courtroom!

A few idiots are pretending that Rudy is a serious person who isn’t a disinformation cannon. Mostly people are laughing in his face.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Mar 4, 2021 • 8:29:59am

re: #96 Patricia Kayden

Lol

The order should be:

1 Catamites
2 Thespians
3 Lacto-ovo-vegetarians
4 Trainspotters
5 Slackers
6 People with chinbeards
7 Parrot trainers
8 Lava-lamp repairpersons
9 Zoroastrians
10 People on record denying the Armenian Genocide

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lawhawk  Mar 4, 2021 • 8:30:48am

re: #96 Patricia Kayden

I think I’m in that last classification too.

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Punish Domestic Terrorists  Mar 4, 2021 • 8:31:18am

re: #95 mmmirele

Maybe they wanted to deplete the current stocks of the six books, which may not be selling well, prior to taking the books out of print. :)

Anyone who had insider knowledge of the change is making a lot of money selling the books to reactionaries and collectors.

The publisher is making a fortune right now selling dummies Suess books that are not being discontinued.

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Punish Domestic Terrorists  Mar 4, 2021 • 8:33:07am

re: #78 The Pie Overlord!

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Mar 4, 2021 • 8:35:15am

re: #102 Punish Domestic Terrorists

Our right-wing terrorists think attacking the Capitol was some kind of game.

they refuse to see it as a crime of any sort

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jaunte  Mar 4, 2021 • 8:35:32am

re: #78 The Pie Overlord!

Gag him.

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Nyet  Mar 4, 2021 • 8:35:45am

re: #99 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

The order should be:

1 Catamites
2 Thespians
3 Lacto-ovo-vegetarians
4 Trainspotters
5 Slackers
6 People with chinbeards
7 Parrot trainers
8 Lava-lamp repairpersons
9 Zoroastrians
10 People on record denying the Armenian Genocide

ok Panurge

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Mar 4, 2021 • 8:37:17am
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jaunte  Mar 4, 2021 • 8:37:31am

re: #102 Punish Domestic Terrorists

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jaunte  Mar 4, 2021 • 8:37:54am

“What do you mean by “wrong?”

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Belafon  Mar 4, 2021 • 8:41:06am

re: #107 jaunte

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“No one even bothered to stop the bank robber until he demanded money.”

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lawhawk  Mar 4, 2021 • 8:41:07am

Penguin Random House is laughing all the way to the bank.

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Nyet  Mar 4, 2021 • 8:41:36am

re: #106 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

Afterwards I wiped my tail with a hen, with a cock, with a pullet, with a calf’s skin, with a hare, with a pigeon, with a cormorant, with an attorney’s bag, with a montero, with a coif, with a falconer’s lure. But, to conclude, I say and maintain, that of all torcheculs, arsewisps, bumfodders, tail-napkins, bunghole cleansers, and wipe-breeches, there is none in the world comparable to the neck of a goose, that is well downed, if you hold her head betwixt your legs. And believe me therein upon mine honour, for you will thereby feel in your nockhole a most wonderful pleasure, both in regard of the softness of the said down and of the temporate heat of the goose, which is easily communicated to the bum-gut and the rest of the inwards, in so far as to come even to the regions of the heart and brains. And think not that the felicity of the heroes and demigods in the Elysian fields consisteth either in their asphodel, ambrosia, or nectar, as our old women here used to say; but in this, according to my judgment, that they wipe their tails with the neck of a goose, holding her head betwixt their legs, and such is the opinion of Master John of Scotland, alias Scotus.

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Decatur Deb  Mar 4, 2021 • 8:42:57am

re: #90 HypnoToad

Got my second Pfizer in So Cal here yesterday. A moderate sore arm is the only symptom I have this morning, similar to the first vaccination.

Oddly, a slight soreness developed at the same time in my other arm, at the site of the first shot! Sympathetic symptom?

Thought I detected the same mild effect. Not much above fogey background pain.

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Punish Domestic Terrorists  Mar 4, 2021 • 8:43:17am

re: #107 jaunte

I think we know whose fault it is that he doesn’t know the difference between right and wrong.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Mar 4, 2021 • 8:44:48am

re: #107 jaunte

“He walked through open doors.” - Martha Chansley, defends the actions of her son — aka the QAnon Shaman — during the Capitol siege. This exchange was one of the most telling from the piece. Would watch the full clip.

“He was escorted in!”

They keep notching it up a peg.

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IngisKahn  Mar 4, 2021 • 8:45:29am

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Dangerman  Mar 4, 2021 • 8:45:54am

re: #107 jaunte

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‘open doors’ dont make it legal

neither would -
non-manned doors
or
no one stopped him
or

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Dangerman  Mar 4, 2021 • 8:46:33am

re: #110 lawhawk

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aint free enterprise grand?

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Eventual Carrion  Mar 4, 2021 • 8:46:48am

re: #107 jaunte

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So do bank robbers many times

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Mar 4, 2021 • 8:47:01am

re: #116 Dangerman

‘open doors’ dont make it legal

neither would -
non-manned doors
or
no one stopped him
or

“But the pension fund was just sitting there!”

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Eventual Carrion  Mar 4, 2021 • 8:47:24am

re: #109 Belafon

“No one even bothered to stop the bank robber until he demanded money.”

Ha, another “should have read down a couple more”

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Shiplord Kirel: Fan of USPS, Goodyear, and Oreo  Mar 4, 2021 • 8:47:46am

re: #110 lawhawk

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A fool and his money…..
There is probably a big overlap between these would-be Seuss speculators and the Gold Bugs.

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danarchy  Mar 4, 2021 • 8:48:17am

So in Massachusetts they have opened vaccinations up to Educators. While I don’t have an issue with educators getting vaccinated, my parents who are over 75 have been trying to sign up for the vaccine for weeks and still have not been able to. It is a limited resource and it really should be given to the highest risk folks before opening it up to an additional 400000 people. There were about 13000 new first doses available yesterday and those appointments were all booked in minutes.

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Dangerman  Mar 4, 2021 • 8:49:29am

re: #118 Eventual Carrion

So do bank robbers many times

it’s even easier when guard at the front door is in on the heist

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Patricia Kayden  Mar 4, 2021 • 8:51:00am

re: #93 darthstar

I had to look up garlic fries. They sound so yummy.

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Decatur Deb  Mar 4, 2021 • 8:51:21am

re: #114 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

“He was escorted in!”

They keep notching it up a peg.

“Had an engraved invite over Pelosi’s signature block.”

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Belafon  Mar 4, 2021 • 8:51:54am

re: #122 danarchy

So in Massachusetts they have opened vaccinations up to Educators. While I don’t have an issue with educators getting vaccinated, my parents who are over 75 have been trying to sign up for the vaccine for weeks and still have not been able too. It is a limited resource and it really should be given to the highest risk folks before opening it up to an additional 400000 people. There were about 13000 new first doses available yesterday and those appointments were all booked in minutes.

Who’s a higher risk person: Someone over 75 and relatively isolated, or someone in their 40s that’s around a lot of people.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Mar 4, 2021 • 8:52:02am

re: #125 Decatur Deb

“Had an engraved invite over Pelosi’s signature block.”

He was booked on a guided tour!

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Dangerman  Mar 4, 2021 • 8:52:34am

re: #122 danarchy

So in Massachusetts they have opened vaccinations up to Educators. While I don’t have an issue with educators getting vaccinated, my parents who are over 75 have been trying to sign up for the vaccine for weeks and still have not been able too. It is a limited resource and it really should be given to the highest risk folks before opening it up to an additional 400000 people. There were about 13000 new first doses available yesterday and those appointments were all booked in minutes.

i’m not gonna keep dwelling on this, because, Florida/DeSantis, man

I figure nothing’s gonna change for me down here till June maybe.

so everything stays in place
rare outings - i do all the errands, mrsdm stays home.
masks
distance
hand washing

if mrsdm gets lucky, our dynamic reverses. she can go out and i’ll stay home until…

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Mar 4, 2021 • 8:52:59am
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gwangung  Mar 4, 2021 • 8:53:34am

re: #124 Patricia Kayden

I had to look up garlic fries. They sound so yummy.

Yes. Yes they are.

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Decatur Deb  Mar 4, 2021 • 8:53:43am

re: #127 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

He was booked on a guided tour!

“He’s the Senate shamanic chaplain!”

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Mar 4, 2021 • 8:54:51am

so full of shit

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Belafon  Mar 4, 2021 • 8:55:53am

re: #132 Backwoods_Sleuth

so full of shit

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And a lot of other parents want to keep things closed until the kids can be safe.

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lawhawk  Mar 4, 2021 • 8:58:02am

re: #124 Patricia Kayden

They are. Had some when I went to PacBell years back for a ballgame and also at Gordon Biersh in SFO (think they have locations elsewhere as in DC).

Garlic makes most anything better.

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Dangerman  Mar 4, 2021 • 8:58:37am

re: #126 Belafon

Who’s a higher risk person: Someone over 75 and relatively isolated, or someone in their 40s that’s around a lot of people.

from the government / public policy perspective, the decision has to be made macro - by groups

the micro - individual comparison perspective - is an entirely different dynamic

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Mar 4, 2021 • 8:59:49am
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b.d. (America is Great Again)  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:01:44am

:)

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gwangung  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:02:25am

re: #129 Backwoods_Sleuth

So….this means you just isolate a month longer with J&J and you get close to the same efficacy?

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Dangerman  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:03:05am

re: #129 Backwoods_Sleuth

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additionally, from yesterday’s electoral-vote.com

…reports that it’s less effective than the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines. That “fact” is actually somewhat misleading, since the J&J trials were conducted later than the Pfizer and Moderna trials were, meaning that J&J trial subjects may have been subject to a wider range of COVID variants than Pfizer and Moderna trial subjects. Further, the J&J vaccine is either equally effective as the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines, or nearly so, when it comes to combating severe COVID cases (those leading to hospitalization or death). And preventing severe cases is really the goal of vaccines.

The point is that the J&J shot could be a godsend to the Biden administration, allowing for the timeline-to-herd-immunity to be sped up, and making it easier to vaccinate populations that are hard to reach once, much less twice (poor communities, rural communities, minority communities, etc.).

further, no one knows yet if/when/whether boosters will be necessary
6 months, a year or more into the future???

the goal now is to get everyone vaccinated with something that’s been approved, because they all work enough

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Nyet  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:04:22am

re: #139 Dangerman

Does it work against the SA variant?

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Punish Domestic Terrorists  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:04:39am
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Dangerman  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:04:53am

re: #132 Backwoods_Sleuth

so full of shit

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you’re a rep from one district in louisiana

who from ‘across the country’ even know (or cares) who you are, let alone is writing to you about this?

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darthstar  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:05:00am
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gwangung  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:05:16am

re: #140 Nyet

Apparently, yes, as well as the other vaccines.

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Shiplord Kirel: Fan of USPS, Goodyear, and Oreo  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:06:36am

Another one bites the dust.

CEO Of Texas Power Grid Fired After Massive Cold Weather Power Outages

AUSTIN, Texas — Texas’ power grid manager was fired Wednesday amid growing calls for his ouster following February’s deadly blackouts that left millions of people without electricity and heat for days in subfreezing temperatures.

Bill Magness, CEO of the Electric Reliability Council of Texas, becomes the second senior official to depart in the wake of the one of the worst blackouts in U.S. history. The state’s top utility regulator resigned Monday.

Magness was given a two-month termination notice by ERCOT’s board in a meeting Wednesday night.

“During this transition period, Bill will continue to serve as President and CEO and work with state leaders and regulators on potential reforms to ERCOT,” the organization said in a statement.

Magness, who made more than $876,000 in salary and other compensation in 2019, was the target of much of the outrage over the blackouts that began Feb. 15 when a winter storm plunged temperatures into single digits across Texas, causing skyrocketing demand for electricity to heat homes.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:07:18am

re: #144 gwangung

Apparently, yes, as well as the other vaccines.

concern is not so much that the vaccines won’t work on mutated strains (or cannot be quickly modified) but that they might be more virulent or deadly.

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Dangerman  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:07:18am

re: #134 lawhawk

They are. Had some when I went to PacBell years back for a ballgame and also at Gordon Biersh in SFO (think they have locations elsewhere as in DC).

Garlic makes most anything better.

two rules in the danger household

- there cant be too much garlic or too many onions
- double any cinnamon measure in a baked product

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Punish Domestic Terrorists  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:07:19am

re: #136 Backwoods_Sleuth

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danarchy  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:07:27am

re: #126 Belafon

Whose a higher risk person: Someone over 75 and relatively isolated, or someone in their 40s that’s around a lot of people.

Well the state had decided that 75 and over would be the first group after first responders and then before they got very many of those done they opened it up to anyone over 65 which added about a million people and pretty much crushed the sign up sites, and then even before making a dent in that group they have now opened it up to another 400000 people. The process just seems suboptimal.

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A hollow voice says NOW drain that swamp!  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:08:43am

re: #90 HypnoToad

Got my second Pfizer in So Cal here yesterday. A moderate sore arm is the only symptom I have this morning, similar to the first vaccination.

Oddly, a slight soreness developed at the same time in my other arm, at the site of the first shot! Sympathetic symptom?

I mentioned he other day, that I have an allergic reaction to raw onions if I touch them with my hands — and not otherwise. This sounds similar — maybe the cells that encountered the vaccine built up a specific response that others don’t have?

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Punish Domestic Terrorists  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:09:42am

re: #143 darthstar

She’s right that that isn’t normal. Normal cats would have drawn some blood as they scrambled away from the water.

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Mattand  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:10:05am

re: #33 lawhawk

Greets and saluts from the NYC metro area. Looks like Trump’s ice skating rinks are on thin ice. Seems that in this age of venmo, credit cards, and e-commerce, they operate solely as a cash business.

And that’s just weird. That allows them to play games with not only the amounts they have to report as taxes, but they can also play games with their lease/rental agreement payments.

Years ago for my partner’s birthday, we went to Wollman Rink in the SE corner of Central Park. That was a minor bucket list item for her; she had seen it in all of these romantic movies over the years.

We had no idea Trump was “maintaining” it. This was around the time The Apprentice was starting up. It was pretty nasty, to be honest. Can’t tell you how disappointed she was.

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Dangerman  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:10:53am

re: #140 Nyet

Does it work against the SA variant?

if im reading right, yes

Notably, Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine was tested in South Africa, where the dominant strain was the B.1.351 variant, which is believed to be more contagious. There, the vaccine showed a 64% efficacy rate.

Offering protection against the variant could give the Johnson & Johnson vaccine a “slight edge,” Wen said, since neither Pfizer’s nor Moderna’s vaccine was tested in that environment.

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Punish Domestic Terrorists  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:10:57am

re: #149 danarchy

Well the state had decided that 75 and over would be the first group after first responders and then before they got very many of those done they opened it up to anyone over 65 which added about a million people and pretty much crushed the sign up sites, and then even before making a dent in that group they have now opened it up to another 400000 people. The process just seems suboptimal.

It would go better if they lowered the age by one or two years at a time, rather than a decade.

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Nyet  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:12:09am

re: #146 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

concern is not so much that the vaccines won’t work on mutated strains (or cannot be quickly modified) but that they might be more virulent or deadly.

AstraZeneca seems to barely work on the SA mutant so it’s a concern.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:12:48am

re: #151 Punish Domestic Terrorists

She’s right that that isn’t normal. Normal cats would have drawn some blood as they scrambled away from the water.

Has he drugged the cats or something?

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:13:22am
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Eventual Carrion  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:13:35am

re: #132 Backwoods_Sleuth

so full of shit

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They were probably calling him ‘sir’ and crying

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:13:45am

re: #155 Nyet

AstraZeneca seems to barely work on the SA mutant so it’s a concern.

that is cause for concern.

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Decatur Deb  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:16:08am

re: #152 Mattand

Years ago for my partner’s birthday, we went to Wollman Rink in the SE corner of Central Park. That was a minor bucket list item for her; she had seen it in all of these romantic movies over the years.

We had no idea Trump was “maintaining” it. This was around the time The Apprentice was starting up. It was pretty nasty, to be honest. Can’t tell you how disappointed she was.

Skated there a lot in the early 60s, before it reportedly became nasty. It was always a mixed crowd, including a guy in tux and top hat.

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Dangerman  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:16:23am

re: #154 Punish Domestic Terrorists

It would go better if they lowered the age by one or two years at a time, rather than a decade.

it would go better if you could sign up and wait in line and be able to go back and check your status in the line

instead everyone is trying like a maniac every few days to get a ticket from ticketmaster

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lawhawk  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:17:50am

re: #147 Dangerman

two rules in the danger household

- there cant be too much garlic or too many onions
- double any cinnamon measure in a baked product

I agree though the Mrs. needs to make sure that the onions are cooked; she gets indigestion from raw onions.

I’d also add doubling vanilla extract in recipes helps significantly too (and I make my own vanilla extract from the raw beans).

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Eventual Carrion  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:18:44am

re: #143 darthstar

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They seem fine. They’re not even trying to get out when she opened the door. My cat HATES her baths. Now that they have torn down the burnt out house across the street I don’t think I will need to bathe her near as much as I did when she would go into the house hunting and come out with soot all over her.

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darthstar  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:20:14am

Texas doesn’t exactly elect their best or brightest.

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Shiplord Kirel: Fan of USPS, Goodyear, and Oreo  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:20:15am

Good to see the young folks having fun. My daughter and her science posse are merrily roasting this Karen on Facebook:

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Decatur Deb  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:20:17am

re: #161 Dangerman

it would go better if you could sign up and wait in line and be able to go back and check your status in the line

instead everyone is trying like a maniac every few days to get a ticket from ticketmaster

Watch for vaccination centers in your area that maintain an “all-hands” roster for those who can pop in for vax lots about to expire. Sam’s Club does that here in Lower Alabama.

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Punish Domestic Terrorists  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:21:00am
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darthstar  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:22:21am

re: #159 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

that is cause for concern.

Moderna’s already working on a booster for the SA variant and an overall vaccine that will work on all SARS-COV2 variants which would prevent the next pandemic.

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Mattand  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:22:55am

re: #160 Decatur Deb

Skated there a lot in the early 60s, before it reportedly became nasty. It was always a mixed crowd, including a guy in tux and top hat.

The clientele was fine; the usual mix of tourists and locals. The rink itself and the concession area were obviously being neglected.

While disappointing, it wasn’t surprising, having read about Trump’s Atlantic City faceplants in the news over the years.

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sagehen  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:23:43am

re: #126 Belafon

Who’s a higher risk person: Someone over 75 and relatively isolated, or someone in their 40s that’s around a lot of people.

A lot of teachers are in their 50’s and 60’s. And the ones who are younger, because teachers are not very well-paid, live with their parents and/or grandparents.

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Nyet  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:24:06am

re: #168 darthstar

Moderna’s already working on a booster for the SA variant and an overall vaccine that will work on all SARS-COV2 variants which would prevent the next pandemic.

Europe is stuck with AZ.

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Shiplord Kirel: Fan of USPS, Goodyear, and Oreo  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:24:45am

re: #164 darthstar

Texas doesn’t exactly elect their best or brightest.

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wrenchwench  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:25:17am

[..]Pan de Vida, which Martinez runs together with his wife, son, and daughter-in-law, was originally founded 30 years ago as a comedor (a facility similar to a soup kitchen) for local neighborhood children. Its services expanded to offer a residential shelter for local single mothers, particularly those escaping from domestic violence.

[…]

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Punish Domestic Terrorists  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:25:26am
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Decatur Deb  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:26:22am

re: #169 Mattand

The clientele was fine; the usual mix of tourists and locals. The rink itself and the concession area were obviously being neglected.

While disappointing, it wasn’t surprising, have read about Trump’s Atlantic City faceplants in the news over the years.

Even then, it was nice but not fancy—had a good affordable Coney Island vibe. If you wanted to spend money and be seen, you went to the much smaller rink at Rockefeller Center.

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Dangerman  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:26:45am

re: #164 darthstar

Texas doesn’t exactly elect their best or brightest.

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having to listen to this makes us all idiots

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:28:37am

re: #171 Nyet

Europe is stuck with AZ.

which I will happily take as I am still under 65

But Germany is only doing marginally better than the Czech Republic when it comes to vaccines…

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Punish Domestic Terrorists  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:28:51am

re: #172 Shiplord Kirel: Fan of USPS, Goodyear, and Oreo

He’s speaking to someone so mentally limited that a magazine cover confused her.

The American-right is made up of morons and the terrible people who exploit them.

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darthstar  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:29:23am

re: #173 wrenchwench

Man’s a fuckin’ hero.

Martinez does not collect any salary or pay for the work he does, but he dismisses any suggestion that his efforts are worthy of recognition.

“When you do something out of love, it is a pleasure. We work with governments and with foundations here and in El Paso, and, thank God, doors are opened to us. But sacrifice? No, for me it is not that. It is something that I like to do. It’s like if your child told you, ‘I am hungry,’ well, you’d feed him and you’d feel good about feeding your child.”

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🌹UOJB!  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:31:58am

Yes my scraped knee still hurts…

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Mattand  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:33:19am

re: #174 Punish Domestic Terrorists

From the tweet:

He finished off the Conservative movement by giving permission to right-wing authoritarians to drop their “Conservative” masks, as we saw at CPAC.

For fuck’s sake, we’ve been hearing about the death of the American Conservative movement for years.

They’re not. Going. Away. I do not understand why people refuse to believe this. As long as Americans have someone to scapegoat for all of their problems, Republicans and conservatives will always be a presence in American politics.

Why do people keep pushing this bullshit? Look at the alleged GOP civil war right now. Mike Pence literally could have been fucking murdered by a mob that Trump set loose on the Capitol, and he’s giving speeches saying the election was stolen.

Trump tried to have him killed for insufficient toadying, and Pence is somehow following in Jesus’s footsteps by crawling back to his attempted murderer.

Enough with the fucking conservative movement obituaries.

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Decatur Deb  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:33:25am

re: #180 🌹UOJB!

Yes my scraped knee still hurts…

Wear your protective corduroy long pants next time.

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Nyet  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:34:35am

re: #177 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

which I will happily take as I am still under 65

But Germany is only doing marginally better than the Czech Republic when it comes to vaccines…

I hope JJ will soon get the permit and replace the 2nd class AZ.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:34:46am

re: #181 Mattand

From the tweet:

For fuck’s sake, we’ve been hearing about the death of the American Conservative movement for years.

They’re not. Going. Away. I do not understand why people refuse to believe this. As long as Americans have someone to scapegoat for all of their problems, Republicans and conservatives will always be a presence in American politics.


Enough with the fucking conservative movement obituaries.

A combination of gullible marks and cynical rich people to finance the movement.

They came damn close to clinching power for decades if not permanently and they are not about to give up…

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:36:09am
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Nyet  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:36:22am

Qaren CT.

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darthstar  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:38:24am
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wrenchwench  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:39:04am

I washed both my cats yesterday. In the middle of the first bath, Schrader jumped up, out of the tub, and onto my back as I leaned over. I laughed, but today I have a pulled muscle in my back, right where he landed.

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sagehen  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:39:38am

re: #152 Mattand

Years ago for my partner’s birthday, we went to Wollman Rink in the SE corner of Central Park. That was a minor bucket list item for her; she had seen it in all of these romantic movies over the years.

We had no idea Trump was “maintaining” it. This was around the time The Apprentice was starting up. It was pretty nasty, to be honest. Can’t tell you how disappointed she was.

The Central Park Zoo was also pretty disappointing. The seals were all retired circus performers, the penguins I guess didn’t mind being super-crowded because penguins are like that, but the snow leopard enclosure was less than 1/3 the size it needed to be, and the polar bear enclosure was so small Gus needed a therapist to keep from clawing his own fur off from the boredom of swimming back and forth in a pool the size of the one at my gym.

en.wikipedia.org

In 1994 zoo officials began noting Gus’ unusual behavior in his habitat. He was seen swimming back and forth in a figure eight pattern, again and again, for up to 12 hours a day. Such behavior in captive animals usually points to boredom and stress. The zoo hired an animal behavioral therapist at a cost of $25,000 to determine the reason for Gus’ obsessive swimming. According to the therapist, “Gus is just bored and mildly crazy in the way that a lot of people are in New York”. He ordered an “enrichment program” for the polar bear that included a redesigned habitat, “challenges” at mealtime, new toys and “positive-reinforcement training sessions”. In 2002 the BBC reported that zookeepers had installed a jacuzzi to “cheer up” Gus. Gus was also the first zoo animal in history to be treated with Prozac. After a few months, Gus’ obsessive swimming tapered off, but never disappeared entirely.

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Hecuba's daughter  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:40:14am

re: #154 Punish Domestic Terrorists

It would go better if they lowered the age by one or two years at a time, rather than a decade.

That would be far too confusing and more complicated to maintain. Even with the simpler approach, too many people have difficulty finding an appointment. There needs to be a better handling of distribution.

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A hollow voice says NOW drain that swamp!  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:48:22am

re: #181 Mattand

From the tweet:

For fuck’s sake, we’ve been hearing about the death of the American Conservative movement for years.

They’re not. Going. Away. I do not understand why people refuse to believe this. As long as Americans have someone to scapegoat for all of their problems, Republicans and conservatives will always be a presence in American politics.

Why do people keep pushing this bullshit? Look at the alleged GOP civil war right now. Mike Pence literally could have been fucking murdered by a mob that Trump set loose on the Capitol, and he’s giving speeches saying the election was stolen.

Trump tried to have him killed for insufficient toadying, and Pence is somehow following in Jesus’s footsteps by crawling back to his attempted murderer.

Enough with the fucking conservative movement obituaries.

The repugs were on life support twice in the last century (after FDR and after Goldwater) and were saved both times by things that can’t be repeated now. Third time’s the charm.

Reducing the Republican party to a regional nuisance won’t end conservatism, but we can work on making it small enough to drown in a bathtub.

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Charles Johnson  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:49:41am

It may not be Christmas, but Secret Santa is still lurking about, and they’ve granted an ad-free subscription to… Chrysicat!

Please enjoy.

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Belafon  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:50:03am

re: #190 Hecuba’s daughter

That would be far too confusing and more complicated to maintain. Even with the simpler approach, too many people have difficulty finding an appointment. There needs to be a better handling of distribution.

It’s always going to be painful until we get to the point where we have enough vaccine to cover 75% of the population. And that’s even if we didn’t have Republican governors doing everything they can to mess it up, looking at you Texas, Florida, and Missouri for starters.

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Nyet  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:56:57am

re: #192 Charles Johnson

It may not be Christmas, but Secret Santa is still lurking about

Sweet dreams.

/

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jamesfirecat  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:57:32am

re: #90 HypnoToad

Got my second Pfizer in So Cal here yesterday. A moderate sore arm is the only symptom I have this morning, similar to the first vaccination.

Oddly, a slight soreness developed at the same time in my other arm, at the site of the first shot! Sympathetic symptom?

I got my first Pfizer shot and the next day woke up with some soreness in the other arm as well! Though for me the soreness seemed to be centered around the “inside” section of the arm that didn’t get the shot, while obviously it was on the “outside” section of the arm that did get the shot.

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Michele: Out of the closet, Into the fire  Mar 4, 2021 • 9:58:52am

I didn’t get the Fauchi Ouchie & probably won’t until June or July. But I did get my first dose of the shingles vaccine. SOB! That sucker hurt going in and my arm is still sore from it. Next dose sometime in May.

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Punish Domestic Terrorists  Mar 4, 2021 • 10:01:19am

re: #181 Mattand

You’re thinking of fascism. Conservatism is done. Conservatives were shocked to look around and see that 80% of the movement was fascists.

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wrenchwench  Mar 4, 2021 • 10:02:33am

re: #196 Michele: Out of the closet, Into the fire

I got caught up on a few vaccines 6 years ago. The shingles one (old version) hurt longer than the tetanus one. Still shorter than the case of shingles I had a few years earlier.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Mar 4, 2021 • 10:11:39am
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🌹UOJB!  Mar 4, 2021 • 10:12:52am

re: #196 Michele: Out of the closet, Into the fire

I didn’t get the Fauchi Ouchie & probably won’t until June or July. But I did get my first dose of the shingles vaccine. SOB! That sucker hurt going in and my arm is still sore from it. Next dose sometime in May.

Before I got the Shingles vaccine I would get BAD attacks that would not let up for a week. Now I still get them but they are not as severe. And there is NOTHING worse than having one in your ear canal…

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Mar 4, 2021 • 10:13:33am

re: #197 Punish Domestic Terrorists

You’re thinking of fascism. Conservatism is done. Conservatives were shocked to look around and see that 80% of the movement was fascists.

Conservatives thought they could motivate the fascists to support them but quickly got co-opted by the more influential partner

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Charles Johnson  Mar 4, 2021 • 10:14:13am
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darthstar  Mar 4, 2021 • 10:14:24am
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darthstar  Mar 4, 2021 • 10:16:36am
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Hecuba's daughter  Mar 4, 2021 • 10:19:11am

re: #191 A hollow voice says NOW drain that swamp!

The repugs were on life support twice in the last century (after FDR and after Goldwater) and were saved both times by things that can’t be repeated now. Third time’s the charm.

Reducing the Republican party to a regional nuisance won’t end conservatism, but we can work on making it small enough to drown in a bathtub.

That would be delightful but Mattand is right. They keep coming back. They are the descendants in spirit of those who tried to destroy the union to maintain slavery; they aren’t going away — the Lost Causers are still here mourning their defeat in 1865 and attempting to infect the entire nation with the white supremacist ideology that motivated their original struggle.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Mar 4, 2021 • 10:19:51am

thread

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A hollow voice says NOW drain that swamp!  Mar 4, 2021 • 10:20:27am

re: #205 Hecuba’s daughter

That would be delightful but Mattand is right. They keep coming back. They are the descendants in spirit of those who tried to destroy the union to maintain slavery; they aren’t going away — the Lost Causers are still here mourning their defeat in 1865 and attempting to infect the entire nation with the white supremacist ideology that motivated their original struggle.

I didn’t say they were going away.

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gocart mozart  Mar 4, 2021 • 10:22:36am
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gocart mozart  Mar 4, 2021 • 10:25:27am

Found some old photos. This is me at Woodstock ‘94. i don’t have a color scanner so they are in b&w.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Mar 4, 2021 • 10:27:34am
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Michele: Out of the closet, Into the fire  Mar 4, 2021 • 10:28:43am

re: #198 wrenchwench

re: #200 🌹UOJB!

So I understand, not only from a lady at work, but my brother as well. I’ll put up with the pain if it keeps me from getting/breaking out. What really sucks about it is that I had 5mg Hydrocodone onboard from my oral surgery and it didn’t help. Nor did the dose I took the morning after.

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Charles Johnson  Mar 4, 2021 • 10:28:50am
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Backwoods_Sleuth  Mar 4, 2021 • 10:29:22am
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Backwoods_Sleuth  Mar 4, 2021 • 10:31:36am

Bishop in Lexington, KY

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wrenchwench  Mar 4, 2021 • 10:32:14am

re: #206 Backwoods_Sleuth

thread

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Charles Johnson  Mar 4, 2021 • 10:32:24am
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Backwoods_Sleuth  Mar 4, 2021 • 10:34:53am
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Backwoods_Sleuth  Mar 4, 2021 • 10:36:04am
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Decatur Deb  Mar 4, 2021 • 10:37:28am

re: #214 Backwoods_Sleuth

Bishop in Lexington, KY

Bishops are like taxi drivers—they’re not uniformly assholes.

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darthstar  Mar 4, 2021 • 10:37:56am
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Love-Child of Cassandra and Sisyphus  Mar 4, 2021 • 10:37:57am

re: #218 Backwoods_Sleuth

The 9 who opposed had no real argument against her.

They just wanted to block Biden at every turn.

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Mattand  Mar 4, 2021 • 10:39:17am

re: #191 A hollow voice says NOW drain that swamp!

The repugs were on life support twice in the last century (after FDR and after Goldwater) and were saved both times by things that can’t be repeated now. Third time’s the charm.

Reducing the Republican party to a regional nuisance won’t end conservatism, but we can work on making it small enough to drown in a bathtub.

I see what you did there, you magnificent bastard…

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Dangerman  Mar 4, 2021 • 10:39:23am

re: #202 Charles Johnson

[Embedded content]

Why is she talking in the present tense?

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Decatur Deb  Mar 4, 2021 • 10:40:45am

re: #223 Dangerman

Why is she talking in the present tense?

We blend.

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🌹UOJB!  Mar 4, 2021 • 10:40:56am

re: #211 Michele: Out of the closet, Into the fire

So I understand, not only from a lady at work, but my brother as well. I’ll put up with the pain if it keeps me from getting/breaking out. What really sucks about it is that I had 5mg Hydrocodone onboard from my oral surgery and it didn’t help. Nor did the dose I took the morning after.

I know the feeling, Sending a hug, Michelle!

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danarchy  Mar 4, 2021 • 10:41:06am

re: #217 Backwoods_Sleuth

These poor people have no broadband and you are going to inflict windstream on them. That’s not nice.

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wrenchwench  Mar 4, 2021 • 10:42:56am

re: #224 Decatur Deb

We blend.

And they don’t believe in evolution. Nor blending.

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Dangerman  Mar 4, 2021 • 10:44:13am

re: #212 Charles Johnson

[Embedded content]

If he had used australopithicus instead they’d be ranting something something about Australia right about now

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Dangerman  Mar 4, 2021 • 10:47:21am

re: #221 Love-Child of Cassandra and Sisyphus

The 9 who opposed had no real argument against her.

They just wanted to block Biden at every turn.

Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) will slow down the confirmation of Merrick Garland to lead the Department of Justice, Politico reports.

“The hold that Cotton has placed on Garland’s nomination means that Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer will need to clear a procedural hurdle before a final confirmation vote. Democrats had hoped that Republicans would agree to skip that step, particularly given that several of them — including Minority Leader Mitch McConnell — plan to support the nominee.”

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Belafon  Mar 4, 2021 • 10:49:28am

re: #220 darthstar

[Embedded content]

Biden has them in a bind. He’s offering help to blue collar people, but Republicans can’t work with him.

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jaunte  Mar 4, 2021 • 10:49:49am

re: #223 Dangerman

Why is she talking in the present tense?

[Embedded content]

Makes my brow ridge itch.

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Dangerman  Mar 4, 2021 • 10:50:32am

Oh gee

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R), who has claimed without evidence that migrants expose Texans to the coronavirus, is stalling a federal offer to test people released from custody, CNN reports.

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darthstar  Mar 4, 2021 • 10:51:20am

re: #230 Belafon

Biden has them in a bind. He’s offering help to blue collar people, but Republicans can’t work with him.

They can’t work with him because they’re still afraid of (even deplatformed) Trump.

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Dangerman  Mar 4, 2021 • 10:52:10am

Is trump president yet?

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jaunte  Mar 4, 2021 • 10:52:22am

re: #232 Dangerman

The Foreignness of Germs: The Persistent Association of Immigrants and Disease in American Society
ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

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🌹UOJB!  Mar 4, 2021 • 10:53:16am

So Three GOP assholes decided to forge signatures on another member to change his vote on the Police Reform bill!

Guess which 3!

alternet.org

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Dangerman  Mar 4, 2021 • 10:53:55am

re: #231 jaunte

Makes my brow ridge itch.

Crystal Gayle song right?

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wrenchwench  Mar 4, 2021 • 10:54:12am

Thread. Mom’s in it.

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darthstar  Mar 4, 2021 • 10:55:55am

cre: #237 Dangerman

Crystal Gayle song right?

Don’t you make my brow ridge,
Don’t you make my brow ridge,
Don’t you make my brow ridge,
itch…

Thanks for the ear worm.

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darthstar  Mar 4, 2021 • 10:57:02am
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Nyet  Mar 4, 2021 • 10:57:22am
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William Lewis  Mar 4, 2021 • 10:57:49am

re: #238 wrenchwench

Thread. Mom’s in it.

Fry bread is THE reason to go to the powwow every summer here.

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jaunte  Mar 4, 2021 • 10:58:20am
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Teddy's Person  Mar 4, 2021 • 10:59:12am

re: #238 wrenchwench

[Embedded content]

Thread. Mom’s in it.

When I was a kid, Saturday mornings when like this: dad went to the grocery store, older brother and I cleaned the house (sans kitchen), and mom cleaned the kitchen and made rolls. At 11:00am, the bread dough had risen and mom was ready to make the rolls. But first, she fried some of the bread dough and tossed them in powdered sugar or cinnamon sugar. We called them doflitchits. Spelling is phonetic because I’m not sure it’s actually a word.

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Decatur Deb  Mar 4, 2021 • 10:59:42am

Jack the Kangaroo has been recaptured. Alabamians can stand down from Marsupial Condition 3.

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darthstar  Mar 4, 2021 • 11:01:20am
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Dr Lizardo  Mar 4, 2021 • 11:01:56am

re: #223 Dangerman

Why is she talking in the present tense?

[Embedded content]

IIRC, Neanderthals went extinct (for reasons not 100% clear) ~40,000 years ago*. Maybe the Senator doesn’t know that.

*there is evidence for survival of an isolated Neanderthal pocket on the Iberian Peninsula until ~37,000 years ago.

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Eventual Carrion  Mar 4, 2021 • 11:02:09am

re: #231 jaunte

Makes my brow ridge itch.

Mine keeps the rain out of my eyes when I’m hunting and gathering.

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William Lewis  Mar 4, 2021 • 11:05:53am

re: #242 William Lewis

Fry bread is THE reason to go to the powwow every summer here.

Still, the story of fry bread and Native Americans is a complicated one at best. For those who aren’t aware of it, it was created “in 1864 using the flour, sugar, salt and lard that was given to them by the United States government when the Navajo, who were living in Arizona, were forced to make the 300-mile journey known as the “Long Walk” and relocate to Bosque Redondo, New Mexico, onto land that could not easily support their traditional staples of vegetables and beans; New Mexican cuisine style sopapillas also share this origin due to Pueblos and Hispanos of New Mexico having a similar subsistence at this time.[1][2] Boarding schools also helped to spread frybread in Native American diets.[3]”

It’s a symbol of colonialism, repression and, paradoxically, of overcoming those and perseverance, ingenuity and resilience despite the white attempts at genocide.

Fry Bread

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Mike Lamb  Mar 4, 2021 • 11:06:37am

re: #220 darthstar

[Embedded content]

They lack the capacity to consider whether voting for the stimulus bill would be something that they could campaign on in their appeal to the white working class. (Hint: it would be.).

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wrenchwench  Mar 4, 2021 • 11:07:45am

We sell some strange food where I work. One such item is Corn Dogs. Whenever I sell one, I offer mustard to go with it. I ‘explain’ that mustard goes with corn dogs. Always has. Then, to my co-workers, I say that I haven’t had a corndog since the 70s. This is especially funny to those co-workers born in the 90s.

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O say, does that Star Spangled Banner yet wave..  Mar 4, 2021 • 11:09:18am

re: #251 wrenchwench

We sell some strange food where I work. One such item is Corn Dogs. Whenever I sell one, I offer mustard to go with it. I ‘explain’ that mustard goes with corn dogs. Always has. Then, to my co-workers, I say that I haven’t had a corndog since the 70s. This is especially funny to those co-workers born in the 90s.

Corn dogs were a staple of every county fair I went to growing up. So were elephant ears (also referred to as funnel cakes), but while I had them a few times, my dad would mysteriously disappear whenever I got one. Eventually he finally told me why; he worked in a funnel cake booth at the county fair as a teenager, and he still can’t stand the smell of the things.

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William Lewis  Mar 4, 2021 • 11:10:27am

re: #251 wrenchwench

We sell some strange food where I work. One such item is Corn Dogs. Whenever I sell one, I offer mustard to go with it. I ‘explain’ that mustard goes with corn dogs. Always has. Then, to my co-workers, I say that I haven’t had a corndog since the 70s. This is especially funny to those co-workers born in the 90s.

My son loves corn dogs and many mornings when he stays here he wants them for breakfast. No catchup or mustard, plain old corn dogs :)

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O say, does that Star Spangled Banner yet wave..  Mar 4, 2021 • 11:11:08am

re: #253 William Lewis

My son loves corn dogs and many mornings when he stays here he wants them for breakfast. No catchup or mustard, plain old corn dogs :)

Every so often I get a craving. One of the stores around here sells frozen mini corn dogs that I can dump in the air fryer. Nom.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Mar 4, 2021 • 11:11:19am

re: #226 danarchy

These poor people have no broadband and you are going to inflict windstream on them. That’s not nice.

I have to suffer with Windstream’s “DSL Lite”, which is usually no better than the old dialup…

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Dangerman  Mar 4, 2021 • 11:11:27am

re: #249 William Lewis

Still, the story of fry bread and Native Americans is a complicated one at best. For those who aren’t aware of it, it was created “in 1864 using the flour, sugar, salt and lard that was given to them by the United States government when the Navajo, who were living in Arizona, were forced to make the 300-mile journey known as the “Long Walk” and relocate to Bosque Redondo, New Mexico, onto land that could not easily support their traditional staples of vegetables and beans; New Mexican cuisine style sopapillas also share this origin due to Pueblos and Hispanos of New Mexico having a similar subsistence at this time.[1][2] Boarding schools also helped to spread frybread in Native American diets.[3]”

It’s a symbol of colonialism, repression and, paradoxically, of overcoming those and perseverance, ingenuity and resilience despite the white attempts at genocide.

Fry Bread

Kinda like matzo. (1/2)

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Jebediah, RBG  Mar 4, 2021 • 11:23:29am

re: #28 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

we had an old toaster that always burned the toast, so my mom used to tell my sisters that eating burnt toast helps make your hair curly, as they were jealous of their younger brother’s curly hair.

that has become a running gag in our family

my son also inherited the curly hair genes in the family…

My uncle used to tell me that eating burnt toast gives one a good singing voice

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Eventual Carrion  Mar 4, 2021 • 11:36:44am

re: #253 William Lewis

My son loves corn dogs and many mornings when he stays here he wants them for breakfast. No catchup or mustard, plain old corn dogs :)

I mix the ketchup and mustard together and dip the corn dog into the mix. I love them that way.

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piratedan  Mar 4, 2021 • 12:10:49pm

re: #210 Backwoods_Sleuth

For what is likely to be the first time in his life, Sean Spicer, balloon delivery guy, can be classified as an essential worker.


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