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wrenchwench  Sep 22, 2021 • 8:27:42pm
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Belafon  Sep 22, 2021 • 8:32:47pm
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retired cynic  Sep 22, 2021 • 8:36:06pm

re: #2 Belafon

I had a dear friend who was a wonderful artist, and she entered that contest faithfully every year. I had never seen them all together, but they were displayed at her funeral, and I told her family they should make a stationery collection of them. I would buy them and write notes just to use them. She never won, which IMO was a terrible miscarriage of justice!

And she would have LOVED that stamp!

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teleskiguy  Sep 22, 2021 • 8:37:54pm

Instagram

I don’t know, man. There’s something about listening to your favorite rock n’ roll band playing a song from a concert you were at… on vinyl. #umphreys #umphreysmcgee #LongestRingoEver

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wrenchwench  Sep 22, 2021 • 8:41:30pm
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teleskiguy  Sep 22, 2021 • 8:42:06pm

re: #4 teleskiguy

From the “Hall of Fame Class of 2019” vinyl which consists of two records (four sides) and two songs. One song takes up three sides, which is the show I was at on 30 December 2019, my first Umphrey’s McGee show sober and the second to last show I would go to before the worldwide pandemic hit. Their whole first set consisted of one song, captured on this vinyl on three sides.

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ckkatz  Sep 22, 2021 • 8:44:38pm

Boris Johnson Finally Confirms: Yes, He Does Have Six Kids

…snip…
Johnson’s extracurricular activities have been a subject of salacious gossip in British and political circles since 2010, when The Daily Mail first reported that Johnson had had an extramarital affair, resulting in the birth of a daughter. Johnson never confirmed the news, nor any of the other affairs he is rumored to have had subsequently. Over the years, though, the question has been peppered into numerous press conferences and interviews, with Johnson always reliably dodging it.
…snip…
Now, he has finally confirmed that he is the father to four children with ex-wife Marina Wheeler, one daughter from an affair with art consultant Helen Macintyre, and one son with wife Carrie Johnson. It was reported in July that he and his wife are also expecting another child.

thedailybeast.com

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retired cynic  Sep 22, 2021 • 8:45:58pm

re: #7 ckkatz

Sure makes me wonder about the taste of English women.

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retired cynic  Sep 22, 2021 • 8:46:36pm

re: #8 retired cynic

As does TFG, about American women. Some of each, I’d better add.

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ckkatz  Sep 22, 2021 • 8:47:41pm

re: #8 retired cynic

Sure makes me wonder about the taste of English women.

I was thinking also the taste of English voters.

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ckkatz  Sep 22, 2021 • 8:50:39pm

This mutation may explain how humans lost their tails
Some lucky ape-like ancestor got it 20 million years ago.

The oldest known primate fossils are around 66 million years old, around the same time the dinosaurs went extinct. These ancestors had full-fledged tails that were likely handy when living in canopies. The utility of this flexible body part can be attested to by the fact that even after all these years, most living primates and the vast majority of monkeys still sport a tail.

On the other hand, by the time Proconsul, the most primitive ape that is well-known from a fossil skeleton, appeared some 20 million years ago, it had no tail at all.

Why exactly humans and their closest relatives lost their tails has been a matter of debate for some time. What biologists have noticed is that apes can walk with upright stances thanks to a shorter lumbar region enabled by the absence of the tail. Meanwhile, new world monkeys use all fours.

As such, the loss of the tail can be seen as an adaptation to a particular environment, which allowed our ape ancestors to leave trees and walk on the ground. With some adjustments, early humans could not only walk but jog over the grassland.

zmescience.com

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ckkatz  Sep 22, 2021 • 9:05:40pm

Well, I’m off to bed…

And the obligatory Dad joke:

I’ve decided to quit my job as a personal trainer. I’m always drained, and just not physically up to it..

..so I’ve just handed in my too weak notice.

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No Malarkey!  Sep 22, 2021 • 9:16:32pm

Laura Loomer, after crowing about recovering from Covid, may have taken a turn for the worse.

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plansbandc  Sep 22, 2021 • 9:17:44pm

re: #13 ckkatz

Damn it.

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William Lewis  Sep 22, 2021 • 9:39:46pm

re: #11 ckkatz

This mutation may explain how humans lost their tails
Some lucky ape-like ancestor got it 20 million years ago.

zmescience.com

Thank you for this link. It had a link to the pre-print of the paper so I’ve got another fascinating paper to add to my Paleoanthropology folder :D

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piratedan  Sep 22, 2021 • 9:42:58pm

re: #14 No Malarkey!

here’s hoping that someone will look in on her, in about a week to ten days.

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JOE 🥓  Sep 22, 2021 • 9:43:15pm

re: #14 No Malarkey!

Laura Loomer, after crowing about recovering from Covid, may have taken a turn for the worse.

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Oh gee!

Means I got to stay tuned to sorryantivaxxer.com to see if she winds up in Horse Paste Hell

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A Three Hour Tour  Sep 22, 2021 • 9:44:04pm

re: #14 No Malarkey!

Laura Loomer, after crowing about recovering from Covid, may have taken a turn for the worse.

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I’ll believe Loony Loomer has taken a turn for the worse if she maintains radio silence for a week.

I’ve seen too much premature celebration over a conservative nemesis’s absence only to see them pop up very soon afterwards seemingly without a care in the world.

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Hecuba's daughter  Sep 22, 2021 • 9:46:17pm

Questions to legal lizards concerning the outrageous Texas vigilante anti-abortion law:
— can several people each sue in a different Texas court over the same abortion?
— can several people sue separately the same person over same abortion?

Or are these provisions not well-defined?

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A Cranky One  Sep 22, 2021 • 9:49:28pm

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JOE 🥓  Sep 22, 2021 • 9:59:36pm

Susan Collins endorsement of Paul LePage proves that she’s the only Collins that Barnabas would NEVER sink his fangs into.

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Hecuba's daughter  Sep 22, 2021 • 10:01:43pm

re: #18 JOE 🥓

Oh gee!

Means I got to stay tuned to sorryantivaxxer.com to see if she winds up in Horse Paste Hell

Not going to happen. Her youth combined with her receiving the monoclonal antibody treatment means that while she may have a rough time for a few days, she will recover. It will be surprising if she learns anything valuable from this experience; instead she will assure everyone that the vaccine is unnecessary, that you can live your life with no restrictions, and that the disease is easily treated.

Loomer is totally vile and there is no evidence that she is capable of rethinking her life choices. But then if you told me in November 2016 that Joe Walsh would have a complete change in perspective, I would have asked you what you were smoking.

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Dread Pirate Ron  Sep 22, 2021 • 10:12:04pm
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Belafon  Sep 22, 2021 • 10:17:39pm

re: #4 teleskiguy

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People getting all “wow” over vinyl reminds me of the fact that the studios worked to convince people that their movies, being lower quality than home video cameras, were a better quality product.

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Belafon  Sep 22, 2021 • 10:18:46pm

re: #9 retired cynic

As does TFG, about American women. Some of each, I’d better add.

I had an uncle that made me question the taste of US women’s since he married five times and was a lazy slob for the last two.

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Dread Pirate Ron  Sep 22, 2021 • 10:50:23pm
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sagehen  Sep 22, 2021 • 10:54:29pm

So I just signed up for Disney+… I have a list of things definitely on my watchlist, but seeking advice whether I should add Mandelorian and/or Wandavision to that list?

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I Would Prefer Not To  Sep 22, 2021 • 10:58:41pm

re: #28 sagehen

So I just signed up for Disney+… I have a list of things definitely on my watchlist, but seeking advice whether I should add Mandelorian and/or Wandavision to that list?

I loved Mandelorian. It is far better than the current movies. Worth it for Star Wars fans.

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Dread Pirate Ron  Sep 22, 2021 • 11:05:20pm

re: #28 sagehen

So I just signed up for Disney+… I have a list of things definitely on my watchlist, but seeking advice whether I should add Mandelorian and/or Wandavision to that list?

My daughter signed the family up for Disney+. I’m re-watching Agent Carter at the moment.

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teleskiguy  Sep 22, 2021 • 11:11:13pm

re: #25 Belafon

Vinyl Sucks

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William Lewis  Sep 22, 2021 • 11:16:31pm

re: #28 sagehen

So I just signed up for Disney+… I have a list of things definitely on my watchlist, but seeking advice whether I should add Mandelorian and/or Wandavision to that list?

Yes and yes. Star Wars Visions is a big yes too.

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Dread Pirate Ron  Sep 22, 2021 • 11:28:39pm

The ratio of new cases to deaths in Alabama is alarming.

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Amory Blaine  Sep 22, 2021 • 11:30:55pm

Didn’t someone post earlier that loomer is dropping wisdom on gutrr or gettr or WTF they call it today? Complaining about the price of groceries I remember.

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Dread Pirate Ron  Sep 22, 2021 • 11:36:34pm

re: #34 Amory Blaine

Didn’t someone post earlier that loomer is dropping wisdom on gutrr or gettr or WTF they call it today? Complaining about the price of groceries I remember.

I think her last post was the 16th.

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teleskiguy  Sep 22, 2021 • 11:43:51pm

Laura Loomer last posted to GETTR eight hours ago.

gettr.com

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Love-Child of Cassandra and Sisyphus  Sep 23, 2021 • 12:25:36am
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Teukka  Sep 23, 2021 • 1:20:39am

re: #33 Dread Pirate Ron

The ratio of new cases to deaths in Alabama is alarming.

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You have to look back 2-4 weeks to get a more realistic ratio (like, factor in the 5-10 day incubation time, maybe 1-2 weeks for the poor sods to marinade enough to seek care).

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Jack Burton, Gunner on Death Star of David  Sep 23, 2021 • 1:23:38am

re: #24 Dread Pirate Ron

“It’s not the volts, it’s the amps.”

“How many amps is it?”

“Enough to push a train.”

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Love-Child of Cassandra and Sisyphus  Sep 23, 2021 • 1:26:10am
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Dread Pirate Ron  Sep 23, 2021 • 1:31:50am

re: #38 Teukka

You have to look back 2-4 weeks to get a more realistic ratio (like, factor in the 5-10 day incubation time, maybe 1-2 weeks for the poor sods to marinade enough to seek care).

True but even then it’s still about 6-10%. Some of the worst countries have around 5%, assuming their numbers are accurate.

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Teukka  Sep 23, 2021 • 1:44:05am

re: #41 Dread Pirate Ron

True but even then it’s still about 6-10%. Some of the worst countries have around 5%, assuming their numbers are accurate.

Hmmm. How much is people waiting until they get really ill to get tested for the Crowned Bastard™? 🤔
And then we have how likely people are to follow basic disease transmission mitigation strategies (😷🧼↔️🌡🤬)… 🤔
And nope, 10% is not good at all…

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mmmirele  Sep 23, 2021 • 2:50:04am

I have a horrible time falling asleep in general, and I hadn’t really fallen asleep before my phone started going berserk at 01:10.

jmfxWzabUK3CCJjv+FWWP7zHP8iSiQ0lEQfX2HjCKNEw+i3gJDVXBwec6FRoJzGKaWrlcNPj++xdC51dP7FErua31O1Rw4CutcURNrVvzxeLe4hMkaKBqo6elPKSsJBsslV77KSAY8SFfRX1ZJtIGAoYEOC0BB7ua/cckaxYf2SOdvGR0ertHHiH/QQubLxMNQN+QwYHyJ7hL+/dAMHo+yBwYtiXj7UjTmRFBSLla4VmWkHFLT2hx6eWId3j0TkWpO5uOItS4yY=

At least I hadn’t fallen into a deep sleep. My comanager for this issue was completely out and I had to call her and wake her up.

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ckkatz  Sep 23, 2021 • 3:11:47am

re: #16 William Lewis

Thank you for this link. It had a link to the pre-print of the paper so I’ve got another fascinating paper to add to my Paleoanthropology folder :D

Glad it proved useful.

Hmm, that’s interesting, it’s 6am, pitched dark, pouring rain and in the neighbor’s yard there are at least 5 animals, including human, barking, screaming and growling. An adult male is yelling “hey hey no no”, dogs are barking and growling and ‘yipe’ing. Sounds like some geese or a small dog maybe involved from the sounds of it. There may also be some teenagers in there screaming too. It’s hard to tell.

Welcome to Virginia!

Too dark and wet to bother looking. I guess I’ll find out at some point…

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ckkatz  Sep 23, 2021 • 3:12:29am

Well, off to the grocery store. BBL

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Sep 23, 2021 • 3:39:45am

re: #8 retired cynic

Sure makes me wonder about the taste of English women.

He is rich and influential.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Sep 23, 2021 • 3:41:40am

re: #31 teleskiguy

I left my entire vinyl collection in the ‘States when I moved to Europe in 1988 and have not looked back since.

I have no sort of nostalgia for things like that, to me the medium is entirely secondary to the music.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Sep 23, 2021 • 3:46:16am

re: #20 Hecuba’s daughter

Questions to legal lizards concerning the outrageous Texas vigilante anti-abortion law:
— can several people each sue in a different Texas court over the same abortion?
— can several people sue separately the same person over same abortion?

Or are these provisions not well-defined?

Enough to cause the SCOTUS to drop it and walk away…

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William Lewis  Sep 23, 2021 • 3:53:11am

re: #46 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

He is rich and influential.

“Money changes everything… “

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Sep 23, 2021 • 3:54:27am

re: #49 William Lewis

“Money changes everything… “

Money for nothin’ and the chicks for free…

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Shropshire Slasher  Sep 23, 2021 • 3:55:13am

Have a 64-bit video with a catchy tune.

Dry Cleaning - Strong Feelings (Official Video)

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William Lewis  Sep 23, 2021 • 3:56:32am

re: #47 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

I left my entire vinyl collection in the ‘States when I moved to Europe in 1988 and have not looked back since.

I have no sort of nostalgia for things like that, to me the medium is entirely secondary to the music.

This. I first heard a CD (The Pretenders debut) in a record shop in Ansbach FRG back in 1984. I got rid of my vinyl as soon as I could.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Sep 23, 2021 • 4:07:57am

re: #52 William Lewis

Yeah, that was just about the time that nearly everything on vinyl was coming out on CD

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Dangerman  Sep 23, 2021 • 4:16:51am

re: #20 Hecuba’s daughter

Questions to legal lizards concerning the outrageous Texas vigilante anti-abortion law:
— can several people each sue in a different Texas court over the same abortion?
— can several people sue separately the same person over same abortion?

Or are these provisions not well-defined?

You’re asking if Texas thought this through?

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Dopamine Fish  Sep 23, 2021 • 4:22:54am

re: #20 Hecuba’s daughter

Questions to legal lizards concerning the outrageous Texas vigilante anti-abortion law:
— can several people each sue in a different Texas court over the same abortion?
— can several people sue separately the same person over same abortion?

Or are these provisions not well-defined?

1. Yes, but the defendant would move (and likely be granted) to join the actions together into one suit, in one court that would presumably be of the defendant’s choosing.
2. As in #1, yes, and they would likely be joined into a single action. The court system has developed systems to minimize time wasted.

The one thing to realize here is that once a lawsuit is filed under Texas SB8, the rest of the suit plays out according to the existing Federal Rules for Civil Procedure, excepting the bits at the end where the defendants never get attorney’s fees but the plaintiffs, if they win, get fees plus the $10k bounty. That includes things such as: Joining multiple lawsuits that are brought for the same cause; motions to dismiss, where the defendant could produce arguments such as “the plaintiff isn’t even a Texas citizen and doesn’t have standing to bring suit”; and discovery.

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Dangerman  Sep 23, 2021 • 4:23:31am

re: #52 William Lewis

This. I first heard a CD (The Pretenders debut) in a record shop in Ansbach FRG back in 1984. I got rid of my vinyl as soon as I could.

Before there were options, there was ritual to vinyl

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Decatur Deb  Sep 23, 2021 • 4:38:01am

re: #33 Dread Pirate Ron

The ratio of new cases to deaths in Alabama is alarming.

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Alabama case and fatality reporting is very lumpy—they submit collected numbers on an almost random schedule. Can’t say our state is flat-out cooking the books, but they have no incentive to be very aggressive in searching out local numbers.

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Barefoot Grin  Sep 23, 2021 • 4:45:00am

re: #56 Dangerman

Before there were options, there was ritual to vinyl

Cleaning the vinyl and the stylus; sometimes putting on the big-ass headphones; sitting and reading the liner notes for the umpteenth time. Yeah, I miss it. I hated CDs at first because I actually missed the crackle and pop.

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No Malarkey!  Sep 23, 2021 • 4:49:26am

The death toll continues to mount. Over 2,700 dead of covid in just the last day, over 14k in the last week, and nearly 51k in the last month. I noticed O’Keefe was promoting an anti-vaxx sting recording on Twitter, and RFK Jr, the nation’s leading anti-vaxxer, still has a Twitter account and was promoting O’Keefe’s video. coronavirus.jhu.edu

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steve_davis  Sep 23, 2021 • 4:59:00am

re: #23 Hecuba’s daughter

Not going to happen. Her youth combined with her receiving the monoclonal antibody treatment means that while she may have a rough time for a few days, she will recover. It will be surprising if she learns anything valuable from this experience; instead she will assure everyone that the vaccine is unnecessary, that you can live your life with no restrictions, and that the disease is easily treated.

Loomer is totally vile and there is no evidence that she is capable of rethinking her life choices. But then if you told me in November 2016 that Joe Walsh would have a complete change in perspective, I would have asked you what you were smoking.

freak shit happens. it just takes one blood clot. no, I don’t wish that on her, or anybody. vile people don’t need to die to please me. i wouldn’t cry over it, though.

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steve_davis  Sep 23, 2021 • 5:00:57am

re: #29 I Would Prefer Not To

I loved Mandelorian. It is far better than the current movies. Worth it for Star Wars fans.

Starz just sent me some 2 bucks a month remembership teaser, so I’m gonna have to figure out where that is in my junk mail now, ‘cause I can’t find it on my phone. Edit: found it on my phone. It’s for “a month.” Nah, fuck that. I’d pay 12 bucks for 6 months, but one month ain’t worth it for Starz.

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steve_davis  Sep 23, 2021 • 5:04:06am

re: #36 teleskiguy

Laura Loomer last posted to GETTR eight hours ago.

gettr.com

doesn’t necessarily mean anything. Herman Cain is still posting from the grave.

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steve_davis  Sep 23, 2021 • 5:06:27am

re: #39 Jack Burton, Gunner on Death Star of David

“It’s not the volts, it’s the amps.”

“How many amps is it?”

“Enough to push a train.”

“i.e., slightly less than what it takes to bring a Fender Bassman and an 8x10 cab up to speed.”

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Patricia Kayden  Sep 23, 2021 • 5:27:19am
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Belafon  Sep 23, 2021 • 5:30:02am

re: #64 Patricia Kayden

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What Republicans will say is the exact opposite: that Democrats preach about a woman being able to control her own body, but the state is forcing everyone to get the vaccine and wear a mask.

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Dopamine Fish  Sep 23, 2021 • 5:31:14am

The former guy’s clown show continues, as his lawyers shoot themselves in the foot in his purported class action against Twitter for being banned unfairly:

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Patricia Kayden  Sep 23, 2021 • 5:35:58am
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jeffreyw  Sep 23, 2021 • 5:36:58am

I’ve got my eye on you

Good morning!

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Belafon  Sep 23, 2021 • 5:51:12am

re: #67 Patricia Kayden

The Democrats in the Senate should tell the media and put up the debt ceiling bill up every day at noon and set up a vote on it until it passes.

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lawhawk  Sep 23, 2021 • 5:52:06am

Greets and saluts from the soon to be soggy NYC metro area. We’ve got more rain in the forecast and flood watches are in place, but I hope we don’t see the torrential rains we experienced from Ida. As it is, even a moderate rain over a period of time might cause flooding in low lying areas, so best to be safe.

But that’s not what has me most worried. Just learned that a long time friend and kid both got diagnosed with covid. He was vaccinated, and she’s too young. Both have mild symptoms, but they’re both miserable and upset and dealing with all kinds of unknowns.

I’m pissed that we don’t have better contact tracing to help identify where/how people are getting sick. I have my suspicions on where they got it, and it just strengthen my belief that masking in crowded areas no matter if they’re indoors/outdoors is my best choice, even being fully vaccinated myself.

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lawhawk  Sep 23, 2021 • 5:57:12am

re: #28 sagehen

So I just signed up for Disney+… I have a list of things definitely on my watchlist, but seeking advice whether I should add Mandelorian and/or Wandavision to that list?

Star Wars Visions. A bunch of anime studios have done a bunch of shorts that will expand the Star Wars universe in interesting ways with interesting visuals. We started that yesterday.

I’d also add Falcon and Winter Soldier to the list, and Mandalorian is definitely a good add along with Wandavision.

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ckkatz  Sep 23, 2021 • 5:58:10am

One of the better email titles that I received recently was an OZY aggregation of articles on the “Ig Nobels”. Apparently it involves research that sounds silly to some journalists at the magazine ‘Annals of Improbable Research’:

“Reverse Rhinos and Sex Sneezes”

Orgasms to improve nasal breathing, fat politicians and upside-down rhinos were among the winners at the quirky annual awards from magazine Annals of Improbable Research. Slinging rhinos upside-down below helicopters may seem bizarre, but this year’s transportation prize winners wanted to see if the method, commonly used to transport the massive mammals in Africa, had detrimental health effects — but the rhinos actually did better in that position. The economics Ig Nobel went to a professor who correlated politicians’ obesity to national corruption. And the medicine prize went to researchers who showed orgasms are as good as decongestants at clearing stuffy noses.

Ozy reference (scroll down the referenced web page. Look for “Ig Nobels”. Just below the video of an upside down rhino.)
ozy.com

Referenced articles:

- BBC article:
bbc.com

- Guardian article:
theguardian.com

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Dangerman  Sep 23, 2021 • 6:00:04am

re: #58 Barefoot Grin

Cleaning the vinyl and the stylus; sometimes putting on the big-ass headphones; sitting and reading the liner notes for the umpteenth time. Yeah, I miss it. I hated CDs at first because I actually missed the crackle and pop.

i have vinyl that i recorded to cassette in the 70s then converted to mp3 that i now carry around and play on my phone

it’s got all the clicks skips etc

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ckkatz  Sep 23, 2021 • 6:03:21am

Well, no bodies, no blood, no signs of any struggle in my backyard and, fortunately, no olfactory evidence that it involved a skunk. I guess that I will find out at some point.

Meanwhile, at least 7 Fairfax County roads are reported flooded. So, I would suspect that some folks are not having a good time.

re: #44 ckkatz

Hmm, that’s interesting, it’s 6am, pitched dark, pouring rain and in the neighbor’s yard there are at least 5 animals, including human, barking, screaming and growling. An adult male is yelling “hey hey no no”, dogs are barking and growling and ‘yipe’ing. Sounds like some geese or a small dog maybe involved from the sounds of it. There may also be some teenagers in there screaming too. It’s hard to tell.

Welcome to Virginia!

Too dark and wet to bother looking. I guess I’ll find out at some point…

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Punish Domestic Terrorists  Sep 23, 2021 • 6:07:52am
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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Sep 23, 2021 • 6:24:26am

re: #69 Belafon

The Democrats in the Senate should tell the media and put up the debt ceiling bill up every day at noon and set up a vote on it until it passes.

At least as many times as the GOP has tried to repeal ACA

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Teukka  Sep 23, 2021 • 6:27:28am

re: #75 Punish Domestic Terrorists

CityNews has learned a number of Edson residents are in Edmonton ICUs following a ‘get COVID’ party — in an attempt to achieve herd immunity.

Iframe

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Teukka  Sep 23, 2021 • 6:28:58am

re: #77 Teukka

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mmmirele  Sep 23, 2021 • 6:29:55am

I frankly hate these calls.

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I am exhausted.

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Punish Domestic Terrorists  Sep 23, 2021 • 6:30:28am

Jim Wright thinks this is where Flynn got his vaccines in salad dressing delusion. There will have been a game of telephone where everyone was a dumbass to twist this story to into his delusion.

Grow and eat your own vaccines? (UC Riverside)

stonekettle.com

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Teukka  Sep 23, 2021 • 6:33:50am

re: #78 Teukka

Stolen from the thread to that tweet:

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Teukka  Sep 23, 2021 • 6:37:42am

re: #81 Teukka

Stolen from the thread to that tweet:

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Some mileage I am getting out of this, no?

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Dr Lizardo  Sep 23, 2021 • 6:38:08am

Regarding the whole sad, sorry, Evergrande fiasco, I’mma drop the whole article here, translated from Czech to English.

The Chinese government is urging authorities across the country to prepare for the collapse of the giant developer Evergrande. The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) server pointed this out. Beijing has previously announced that it has no plans to intervene to ward off the risk of bankruptcy. On the other hand, it wants to ensure that such an event does not rock the whole economy.

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Original, in Czech: novinky.cz

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Sep 23, 2021 • 6:38:47am

re: #82 Teukka

Some mileage I am getting of of this, no?

“extremely inexpedient”

how about

DEADLY STOOPID?

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Sep 23, 2021 • 6:40:36am

re: #83 Dr Lizardo

Regarding the whole sad, sorry, Evergrande fiasco, I’mma drop the whole article here, translated from Czech to English.

[Embedded content]

Original, in Czech: novinky.cz

The Chinese government is urging authorities across the country to prepare for the collapse of the giant developer Evergrande. The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) server pointed this out. Beijing has previously announced that it has no plans to intervene to ward off the risk of bankruptcy. On the other hand, it wants to ensure that such an event does not rock the whole economy.

In other words, pretty much the opposite of what Bush did in 2008..

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Dr Lizardo  Sep 23, 2021 • 6:44:19am

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

Exactly. Chinese authorities seem to have learned from the fallout of the 2008 meltdown - chiefly, to be a bit more proactive to prevent a massive systemic failure. At the very least, it’s always good to have a plan ready to be put into effect posthaste.

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Teukka  Sep 23, 2021 • 6:45:01am

re: #84 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

“extremely inexpedient”

how about

DEADLY STOOPID?

“This here is a case of what is called a terminal case of retrobulbar evactuation…”
How’zat? 🤔

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JOE 🥓  Sep 23, 2021 • 6:46:35am

re: #7 ckkatz

Boris Johnson Finally Confirms: Yes, He Does Have Six Kids

thedailybeast.com

So he actually beats The Tangsnorter at something.

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Teukka  Sep 23, 2021 • 6:47:28am
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JOE 🥓  Sep 23, 2021 • 6:53:22am

re: #62 steve_davis

doesn’t necessarily mean anything. Herman Cain is still posting from the grave.

Has he commented about the accommodations in the Richard Nixon Wing on the 9th Level of Hell yet?

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sagehen  Sep 23, 2021 • 6:54:41am

re: #84 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

“extremely inexpedient”

how about

DEADLY STOOPID?

Is that the Canadian to USian translation? Now how do you say it in UKese?

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Sep 23, 2021 • 6:54:49am

re: #86 Dr Lizardo

Exactly. Chinese authorities seem to have learned from the fallout of the 2008 meltdown - chiefly, to be a bit more proactive to prevent a massive systemic failure. At the very least, it’s always good to have a plan ready to be put into effect posthaste.

The very notion of “moral risk”, which lies at the very heart of Capitalism, means that unsuccessful companies must be allowed to fail to make way for more successful ones.

How is it that the Chinese Communists recognize this principle when the world’s leading Capitalist nation does not?

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Sep 23, 2021 • 6:55:32am

re: #91 sagehen

Is that the Canadian to USian translation? Now how do you say it in UKese?

UK FREEDOM!!! BLUE PASSPORTS!!! LEAVE OUR FISH ALONE!!!

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JOE 🥓  Sep 23, 2021 • 6:56:11am

re: #79 mmmirele

I frankly hate these calls.

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I am exhausted.

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Teukka  Sep 23, 2021 • 6:56:42am

re: #91 sagehen

Is that the Canadian to USian translation? Now how do you say it in UKese?

“exceedingly inexpedient” was UKese, cribbed that one from Huxley’s “The Devils of Loudun”…

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ckkatz  Sep 23, 2021 • 6:57:28am

*sigh*

COVID-19: Police in Canada hunt man who punched nurse in the face after she gave his wife vaccine

Police in Canada are searching for a man they suspect punched a nurse in the face for giving his wife a COVID jab without his consent.

…snip…

He said the man was agitated that the jab had been given to his wife “without his authorisation”, and he proceeded to hit the nurse in the face.

It was not clear whether the suspect opposed vaccinations or whether, in fact, his wife had even been inoculated at the same pharmacy.

news.sky.com

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Dr Lizardo  Sep 23, 2021 • 7:00:22am

Ladies and gentlemen, the Wilhelm Scream of sci-fi movie physical props.

The Device:

The Most Important Device in the Universe - Blinking Tubes Without Function New Compilation (Part 1)

It dates from around 1970 or so, designed by Modern Props owner John Zabrucky. And as you can see from that video (and the other two in the series), it’s been in scores of films and TV sci-fi shows.

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mmmirele  Sep 23, 2021 • 7:02:50am

re: #94 JOE 🥓

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ckkatz  Sep 23, 2021 • 7:05:16am

re: #88 JOE 🥓

So he actually beats The Tangsnorter at something.

Yup, but apparently Genghis Khan and 10 other men have him way beat:

Ten Other Men Left Genetic Legacies So Huge They Rival Genghis Khan’s

A new study shows that 10 other men founded large Y-chromosome lineages

Since a 2003 study found evidence that Genghis Khan’s DNA is present in about 16 million men alive today, the Mongolian ruler’s genetic prowess has stood as an unparalleled accomplishment. But he isn’t the only man whose reproductive activities still show a significant genetic impact centuries later. A new study conducted by a team of geneticists has found a handful of other men who founded prolific lineages.

To identify those lineages, the geneticists analyzed “the Y chromosomes of more 5,000 men from 127 populations spanning Asia,” Nature News reports. They found 11 Y-chromosome sequences shared by more than 20 of the analyzed subjects. Chalk down one of those as Genghis Khan’s, and that leaves 10 other men who founded a long-lived and widely spread family tree.

So who were these other super-fertile fathers? One sequence is attributed to a 16th century Qinq Dynasty ruler named Giocangga, whose Y-chromosome was linked in an earlier study to 1.5 million men in modern northern China. The other nine men are currently mysteries. Yet, by assuming that these men lived in the area where their genome was most commonly found and by studying mutations in the genetic sequences, scientists know that they “originated throughout Asia, from the Middle East to southeast Asia, dating to between 2100 BC and AD 700,” writes Nature News.

smithsonianmag.com

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JOE 🥓  Sep 23, 2021 • 7:05:39am

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

The Chinese government is urging authorities across the country to prepare for the collapse of the giant developer Evergrande. The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) server pointed this out. Beijing has previously announced that it has no plans to intervene to ward off the risk of bankruptcy. On the other hand, it wants to ensure that such an event does not rock the whole economy.

In other words, pretty much the opposite of what Bush did in 2008..

Memories of that asshole Phil Gramm saying in September 2008 that the US economy has never been stronger…

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Dopamine Fish  Sep 23, 2021 • 7:05:40am

re: #98 mmmirele

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Sep 23, 2021 • 7:08:16am

re: #100 JOE 🥓

Memories of that asshole Phil Gramm saying in September 2008 that the US economy has never been stronger…

And that housing price growth can continue to outstrip overall economic growth by a factor of three to one without a correction…

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ckkatz  Sep 23, 2021 • 7:10:24am

re: #101 Dopamine Fish

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Eclectic Cyborg  Sep 23, 2021 • 7:15:54am

re: #99 ckkatz

Centuries from now, when this study is done again, I wonder if Jim Bob Duggar will be on the list.

/

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sagehen  Sep 23, 2021 • 7:17:29am

re: #99 ckkatz

Yup, but apparently Genghis Khan and 10 other men have him way beat:

Ten Other Men Left Genetic Legacies So Huge They Rival Genghis Khan’s

A new study shows that 10 other men founded large Y-chromosome lineages

smithsonianmag.com

King David had… was it 10 “wives”? And his oldest son, King Solomon, had so many wives and concubines they had to invent whole new branches of mathematics to count them all.

I’m guessing that within a few generations, everybody within 300 miles was descended from them.

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ckkatz  Sep 23, 2021 • 7:18:26am

re: #104 Eclectic Cyborg

Centuries from now, when this study is done again, I wonder if Jim Bob Duggar will be on the list.

/

Certainly would seem to define our times, doesn’t it…

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ckkatz  Sep 23, 2021 • 7:22:17am

re: #105 sagehen

King David had… was it 10 “wives”? And his oldest son, King Solomon, had so many wives and concubines they had to invent whole new branches of mathematics to count them all.

I’m guessing that within a few generations, everybody within 300 miles was descended from them.

Kind of a zero-sum aspect, isn’t there…

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Eventual Carrion  Sep 23, 2021 • 7:23:24am

re: #65 Belafon

What Republicans will say is the exact opposite: that Democrats preach about a woman being able to control her own body, but the state is forcing everyone to get the vaccine and wear a mask.

But no one is going to get pregnant sitting next to a pregnant woman on the bus.

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darthstar  Sep 23, 2021 • 7:23:54am

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gwangung  Sep 23, 2021 • 7:24:18am

re: #108 Eventual Carrion

But no one is going to get pregnant sitting next to a pregnant woman on the bus.

But do right wingers know that?

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darthstar  Sep 23, 2021 • 7:26:08am

re: #110 gwangung

But do right wingers know that?

Daddy, I’m pregnant.

I told you not to sit next to that Johnson girl on the bus!

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The Pie Overlord!  Sep 23, 2021 • 7:32:20am

re: #104 Eclectic Cyborg

Centuries from now, when this study is done again, I wonder if Jim Bob Duggar will be on the list.

/

Zedushka Pielord.

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Dr Lizardo  Sep 23, 2021 • 7:33:19am

This is extraordinarily well-done.

Irradiation

Written and directed by Sava Živkovič.

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Patricia Kayden  Sep 23, 2021 • 7:34:08am

re: #78 Teukka

Hospitals should refuse to treat their stupid behinds.

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Teukka  Sep 23, 2021 • 7:34:51am
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ckkatz  Sep 23, 2021 • 7:35:36am

re: #109 darthstar

I like the chart. But where does furlongs per fortnight fit in? :)

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Eventual Carrion  Sep 23, 2021 • 7:38:20am

re: #73 Dangerman

i have vinyl that i recorded to cassette in the 70s then converted to mp3 that i now carry around and play on my phone

it’s got all the clicks skips etc

But no 8-track that goes *CHA-CHUNK* halfway through a song?

Edit: It took out my CHA-CHUNK because I used some special symbols.

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Eventual Carrion  Sep 23, 2021 • 7:40:09am

re: #75 Punish Domestic Terrorists

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More like herd thinning

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GlutenFreeJesus  Sep 23, 2021 • 7:46:23am

Anyone else catch the new Wonder Years last night? It was light fun but damn, the ending was heavy….

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darthstar  Sep 23, 2021 • 7:48:03am

re: #115 Teukka

So some good is coming from the Epik hack already.

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Decatur Deb  Sep 23, 2021 • 7:49:24am

Very early on, the Irish developed patronymic surnames. Modern genetics can be used (misused) to test those genealogies. In the case of someone supposed to have lived 1500 years ago, Niall of the Nine Hostages, a y-chromosome appears in about 1/5 of the men of the O’Niell territory in the North. Brian Boru, 500 years later, does not dominate the O’Brians at all as strongly. It’s all a matter of time, statistics, and fast horses.

irishtimes.com

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Barefoot Grin  Sep 23, 2021 • 7:50:28am

re: #117 Eventual Carrion

But no 8-track that goes halfway through a song?

Jammed in place under the dashboard with some books of matches….

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darthstar  Sep 23, 2021 • 7:53:08am

re: #121 Decatur Deb

Very early on, the Irish developed patronymic surnames. Modern genetics can be used (misused) to test those genealogies. In the case of someone supposed to have lived 1500 years ago, Niall of the Nine Hostages, a y-chromosome appears in about 1/5 of the men of the O’Niell territory in the North. Brian Boru, 500 years later, does not dominate the O’Brians at all as strongly. It’s all a matter of time, statistics, and fast horses.

irishtimes.com

Daddy, I’m pregnant.

Aye, Declan and that fast horse of his agin’…or were you sittin’ next to that Doran girl?

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Punish Domestic Terrorists  Sep 23, 2021 • 7:54:58am

re: #118 Eventual Carrion

More like herd thinning

They’re behaving as if vaccines don’t exist. Its mass psychosis created by propagandists.

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Barefoot Grin  Sep 23, 2021 • 7:55:38am

In a rural area I lived in in Japan there was an abundance of Chibas and Sugawaras. I asked if they were all related. I was told that some were, but mostly not: since family names were reserved for the samurai class during the Tokugawa period, some families lost touch with their ancestry and didn’t have names going into the Meiji period; so, they took the name of prominent families that had names and with whom they usually had some kind of subordinate relationship. Or, that is what I was told.

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Belafon  Sep 23, 2021 • 7:56:09am
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Belafon  Sep 23, 2021 • 7:56:31am
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Teukka  Sep 23, 2021 • 7:57:21am

re: #124 Punish Domestic Terrorists

They’re behaving as if vaccines don’t exist. Its mass psychosis created by propagandists.

Eventually, they’re gonna have a cruel reality check.

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Belafon  Sep 23, 2021 • 7:57:30am
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Belafon  Sep 23, 2021 • 7:58:03am
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Punish Domestic Terrorists  Sep 23, 2021 • 7:58:08am

re: #128 Teukka

Eventually, they’re gonna have a cruel reality check.

It’s ongoing. They’re having their slow-motion Jonestown in our hospitals.

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FFL (GOP Delenda Est)  Sep 23, 2021 • 7:58:42am

re: #125 Barefoot Grin

In a rural area I lived in in Japan there was an abundance of Chibas and Sugawaras. I asked if they were all related. I was told that some were, but mostly not: since family names were reserved for the samurai class during the Tokugawa period, some families lost touch with their ancestry and didn’t have names going into the Meiji period; so, they took the name of prominent families that had names and with whom they usually had some kind of subordinate relationship. Or, that is what I was told.

A lot of European surnames are job or location related.

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Eclectic Cyborg  Sep 23, 2021 • 8:00:54am

re: #124 Punish Domestic Terrorists

They’re behaving as if vaccines don’t exist. Its mass psychosis created by propagandists.

It really does boil down to “I don’t want to do to this thing because the Democrats / the Establishment is telling me to do it.”

It’s not about freedom.
It’s not about rights.
It’s not about patriotism.

It’s about a bunch of morons who just have to “own the libs” at any cost because they’ve been conditioned to believe that anything Liberals say, do or support is inherently evil and must be opposed.

This is isn’t new. We’ve seen it with Civil Rights Laws, we’ve seen it with Abortion Laws, we’ve seen it with gun laws and we saw it with Obamacare.

But where before the only fallout was legislative gridlock and further polarization of American politics, now “owning the Libs” by not giving a shit about Covid is leading to deaths, overflowing hospitals, orphaned children and significant economic impacts nationwide.

It was bad enough when they WEREN’T trying to take all of us down with them.

Now they are, and we have good reason to be seriously pissed off about it.

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SerialUpDinger  Sep 23, 2021 • 8:02:07am

Our neighbor - knowing that we are vaccinated - walked up the street to tell us that in five years she will be inheriting all the wealth left behind by those who got vaccines. She is a wingnut on the left side of the aisle.

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Decatur Deb  Sep 23, 2021 • 8:02:35am

re: #132 FFL (GOP Delenda Est)

A lot of European surnames are job or location related.

That’s why the Irish thing works. They have clans associated with real or legendary heroes.

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Belafon  Sep 23, 2021 • 8:02:41am
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ckkatz  Sep 23, 2021 • 8:02:48am
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Belafon  Sep 23, 2021 • 8:03:04am
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Barefoot Grin  Sep 23, 2021 • 8:04:38am

re: #132 FFL (GOP Delenda Est)

A lot of European surnames are job or location related.

That was the rule for the Tokugawa period as well. Gorobei the wood merchant or Jiro of Nihonmatsu. I think fewer of these names stuck around than was the case in Europe, but I could be very wrong. Unlike China, where 100 names are used by the majority of the country, Japanese have quite a variety of family names now.

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Belafon  Sep 23, 2021 • 8:06:41am
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FFL (GOP Delenda Est)  Sep 23, 2021 • 8:09:15am

re: #141 Belafon

Compare that to Tennessee, which just legislated not giving medicine to vaccinated people with breakthrough cases to save it for use with unvaccinated people. (Which to a degree is admitting that the vaccination makes it less likely for a person to die from Covid, even with a breakthrough case.)

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lawhawk  Sep 23, 2021 • 8:12:44am

re: #97 Dr Lizardo

I know that reference!

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b.d. (You lost, we didn't cheat, you lost)  Sep 23, 2021 • 8:12:50am

Good morning Lizards, time to end this tedious hostage taking:

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ckkatz  Sep 23, 2021 • 8:14:31am

re: #135 Teukka

Snipped from r/ParlerWatch:
“Nobody ever ever dies of Covid at home, only in hospitals. If you want to survive Covid (if you still believe it exists), then all you have to do is make sure not to enter a hospital.”
and I’ve seen that thing in the wild the other day…

My grandfather had that attitude. But he was born in 1895 on a farm in rural Missouri.

This was before the professionalization of the medical field. And subsistence farmers did not have a whole lot of access to services at the time anyway. Or any cash to afford it.

By the time he passed away in the 1980’s, everything had changed. The majority of the population had moved off farms. The medical field had professionalized. And a lot more folks had entered the cash economy. With medicare and retirement, he had access to medical services. And he used them.

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Belafon  Sep 23, 2021 • 8:15:33am

And here might be a problem: Shut down a small company by only taking their formula:

Clear a space for these people:

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Belafon  Sep 23, 2021 • 8:16:45am
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Dopamine Fish  Sep 23, 2021 • 8:17:34am

re: #144 b.d. (You lost, we didn’t cheat, you lost)

Good morning Lizards, time to end this tedious hostage taking:

Just imagine the whining from the Republicans when the Democrats bring this to a successful conclusion, despite their sincere best efforts to torpedo the American economy.

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No Malarkey!  Sep 23, 2021 • 8:18:30am

Good thread explaining the context of why General Milley had to defuse fear that Trump would start a war with China in a desperate bid to retain power.

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GlutenFreeJesus  Sep 23, 2021 • 8:26:38am
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b.d. (You lost, we didn't cheat, you lost)  Sep 23, 2021 • 8:29:27am

re: #148 Dopamine Fish

Just imagine the whining from the Republicans when the Democrats bring this to a successful conclusion, despite their sincere best efforts to torpedo the American economy.

It is long overdue, the wingnuts would have a tantrum that their reliable hostage of the world economy is gone.

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sagehen  Sep 23, 2021 • 8:32:37am

re: #130 Belafon

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Is it the one with more hair and a darker mustache that was off-planet for a year, or the one with less hair and a lighter mustache?

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No Malarkey!  Sep 23, 2021 • 8:33:35am

Floriduh GQP is now going full anti-vaxx, opposing all vaccines against any disease.

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Hecuba's daughter  Sep 23, 2021 • 8:34:17am

re: #41 Dread Pirate Ron

True but even then it’s still about 6-10%. Some of the worst countries have around 5%, assuming their numbers are accurate.

Alabama has positivity of 27.85%. So a large number of cases are not being detected and there is a significant undercount; also, as has been mentioned, deaths attributed to a day are often based on when they are reported rather than when they occurred. There can be a substantial lag in getting autopsies or death certificates to the official records.

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Hecuba's daughter  Sep 23, 2021 • 8:37:22am

re: #62 steve_davis

doesn’t necessarily mean anything. Herman Cain is still posting from the grave.

Cain had people working for him, who may have cared about him. Loomer, not so much. Trump, who was in far worse physical health and far worse shape from the disease, was fine within a few days. I have no doubt that Loomer is doing just fine.

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Teukka  Sep 23, 2021 • 8:37:36am

re: #141 Belafon

I dropped that in a rightio infested chat. They’re now reeeeee’ing…

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Hecuba's daughter  Sep 23, 2021 • 8:39:43am

re: #67 Patricia Kayden

TBF — and I really don’t want to be — but a substantial portion of that explosion in debt is due to the pandemic.

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Punish Domestic Terrorists  Sep 23, 2021 • 8:39:52am

re: #141 Belafon

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If Republicans were Conservative, they’d want that approach here, but they’re toddlers who must be catered to no matter how destructive they are.

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sagehen  Sep 23, 2021 • 8:42:28am

re: #157 Hecuba’s daughter

TBF — and I really don’t want to be — but a substantial portion of that explosion in debt is due to the pandemic.

Define “substantial portion”.

$1.7T was from that tax bill. There was also $1T in each of the other 2 years before the pandemic started.

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JOE 🥓  Sep 23, 2021 • 8:42:54am

re: #153 No Malarkey!

Floriduh GQP is now going full anti-vaxx, opposing all vaccines against any disease.

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Go ahead and do that Manny. We dare you to ban all vaccines!

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Dopamine Fish  Sep 23, 2021 • 8:43:01am

re: #157 Hecuba’s daughter

TBF — and I really don’t want to be — but a substantial portion of that explosion in debt is due to the pandemic.

Maybe, but the point is that the Republicans are trying to have their cake and eat it too; they spent a ton of money in the pandemic (and tax cuts, etc.), and now they want to blame the Democrats and force them to give up their agenda to pay for the Republicans’ spending.

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JOE 🥓  Sep 23, 2021 • 8:44:36am

As expected The Yang Gang is starting a new party that will go nowhere.

businessinsider.com

Andrew Yang’s new 3rd party will be called ‘The Forward Party,’ according to his forthcoming book.

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Teukka  Sep 23, 2021 • 8:45:02am

re: #156 Teukka

I dropped that in a rightio infested chat. They’re now reeeeee’ing…

Also, as of yesterday, 88.2% of CoViD cases in Swedish ICU’s were unvaxxed, remaining mostly immunocompromised, single-vaxxed or unclear vax status.

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No Malarkey!  Sep 23, 2021 • 8:50:15am

How close is the GQP to explicitly endorsing racial segregation?

165
JOE 🥓  Sep 23, 2021 • 8:50:30am

Looking more like Margaret Hamilton with each succeeding day.

Unlike Collins, Margaret Hamilton was a wonderful lovely person.

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JOE 🥓  Sep 23, 2021 • 8:51:12am

re: #164 No Malarkey!

How close is the GQP to explicitly endorsing racial segregation?

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Just one Supreme Court case away from throwing out the 1964 Civil Rights Act…

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Belafon  Sep 23, 2021 • 8:53:12am

re: #157 Hecuba’s daughter

TBF — and I really don’t want to be — but a substantial portion of that explosion in debt is due to the pandemic.

The real point is they didn’t care until January 21, 2021.

168
JOE 🥓  Sep 23, 2021 • 8:53:18am

Crackhead Mike changes the date to Thanksgiving!

Mike Lindell moves Trump’s reinstatement to Thanksgiving

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Hecuba's daughter  Sep 23, 2021 • 8:55:19am

re: #135 Teukka

Snipped from r/ParlerWatch:
“Nobody ever ever dies of Covid at home, only in hospitals. If you want to survive Covid (if you still believe it exists), then all you have to do is make sure not to enter a hospital.”
and I’ve seen that thing in the wild the other day…

Could be someone who believes that — or someone on the other side who believes the unvaccinated shouldn’t be clogging hospital beds and that hospitals should reserve their Covid care for patients who took the right precautions.

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Eclectic Cyborg  Sep 23, 2021 • 8:58:58am

re: #168 JOE 🥓

Crackhead Mike changes the date to Thanksgiving!

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Then it will be New Year’s, then it will be March, then it will be Independence day, then it will be…

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Decatur Deb  Sep 23, 2021 • 9:01:27am

re: #157 Hecuba’s daughter

TBF — and I really don’t want to be — but a substantial portion of that explosion in debt is due to the pandemic.

re: #159 sagehen

Define “substantial portion”.

$1.7T was from that tax bill. There was also $1T in each of the other 2 years before the pandemic started.

Spent is spent. Vinnie doesn’t care why you owe him money.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Sep 23, 2021 • 9:04:25am

re: #116 ckkatz

I like the chart. But where does furlongs per fortnight fit in? :)

and don’t even get going on currency…farthings, ha’pennies, bob, crowns, quid, guineas, sovereigns…

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TedStriker  Sep 23, 2021 • 9:04:39am

re: #171 Decatur Deb

Spent is spent. Vinnie doesn’t care why you owe him money.

Spaceballs (1/11) Movie CLIP - Pizza the Hutt (1987) HD

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Cheechako  Sep 23, 2021 • 9:04:48am

Been poking around the State of Alaska Covid-19 dashboard. The dash board states that slightly more than 100,000 cases of confirmed cases of Covid have been identified in Alaska. Since the total population of Alaska is a little over 700,000 this means just about 1 in every 7 Alaskans have had Covid-19. So far.

Not very good.

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Hecuba's daughter  Sep 23, 2021 • 9:06:11am

re: #167 Belafon

The real point is they didn’t care until January 21, 2021.

The GOP never cares about spending money, except for money that helps the poor and working class. That was what Stuart Stevens explained in his “It Was All a Lie: How the Republican Party Became Donald Trump” — his gradual realization that the party he supported his entire life was a fraud.

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Teukka  Sep 23, 2021 • 9:07:31am

Also, Facebook is reacting as expected…

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lawhawk  Sep 23, 2021 • 9:07:53am

re: #135 Teukka

Snipped from r/ParlerWatch:
“Nobody ever ever dies of Covid at home, only in hospitals. If you want to survive Covid (if you still believe it exists), then all you have to do is make sure not to enter a hospital.”
and I’ve seen that thing in the wild the other day…

Weirdly, Cuomo was attacked for not counting the number of people dying outside hospitals, while the CDC numbers covered at-home, hospice, and nursing home deaths as well. The CDC ultimately counts all those deaths. People die at home. How they’re counted is dependent on the death certificate cause of death, and that can vary widely.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Sep 23, 2021 • 9:09:53am

re: #177 lawhawk

Weirdly, Cuomo was attacked for not counting the number of people dying outside hospitals, while the CDC numbers covered at-home, hospice, and nursing home deaths as well. The CDC ultimately counts all those deaths. People die at home. How they’re counted is dependent on the death certificate cause of death, and that can vary widely.

Depending on how much local officials can lean on coroners not to report as many Covid deaths?

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Eclectic Cyborg  Sep 23, 2021 • 9:11:09am

re: #178 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

Depending on how much local officials can lean on coroners not to report as many Covid deaths?

Depends on how conservative the coroner is.

/

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JOE 🥓  Sep 23, 2021 • 9:11:54am

Michigan GOP Lawmaker Needs To Be Babysat At Work After Threatening His Ex

32-year-old Michigan state Rep. Steve Marino (R) now has to be chaperoned at work after telling a fellow lawmaker he used to date that he was out to “destroy” her, prompting her to get a protective order.

talkingpointsmemo.com

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Sep 23, 2021 • 9:15:10am

re: #180 JOE 🥓

again, these are not just weirdos who happen to be registered Republicans, these are elected officials

182
Backwoods_Sleuth  Sep 23, 2021 • 9:15:47am

re: #159 sagehen

Define “substantial portion”.

$1.7T was from that tax bill. There was also $1T in each of the other 2 years before the pandemic started.

also, so what’s not fair about including the pandemic costs?
I pretty much blame tfg and mitch for that as well.

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JOE 🥓  Sep 23, 2021 • 9:16:01am

re: #181 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

again, these are not just weirdos who happen to be registered Republicans, these are elected officials

But Jesus forgives them because they bow down and worship the Golden Elephant.

184
Yeah Sure WhatEVs  Sep 23, 2021 • 9:16:48am

re: #65 Belafon

What Republicans will say is the exact opposite: that Democrats preach about a woman being able to control her own body, but the state is forcing everyone to get the vaccine and wear a mask.

THAT’S DIFFERENT!!!11!!!!

185
JOE 🥓  Sep 23, 2021 • 9:17:01am

And now my Rainy Day savings Account is gonna take a hit.

White House to tell federal agencies to prepare for possible shutdown as Democrats scramble to address funding impasse

washingtonpost.com

186
lawhawk  Sep 23, 2021 • 9:18:03am

re: #178 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

Depending on how much local officials can lean on coroners not to report as many Covid deaths?

Coroners aren’t always involved in issuing death certificates. It’s up to the Dept of Health, and the doctor is the one doing the DC. The doctor isn’t always even the treating doctor, but someone who can sign off, and they’ll often attribute cause of death to something else entirely. I know this from personal experience that the cause of death may be entirely wrong knowing the situation.

We have seen in FL that they supposedly have a huge pneumonia outbreak as compared to prior years, but haven’t called out as such alerting the public to a pneumonia outbreak with 1000s of casualties over past two years. Those deaths are likely covid deaths. Unattributed deaths are likely covid deaths as well.

187
Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Sep 23, 2021 • 9:21:34am

re: #183 JOE 🥓

But Jesus forgives them because they bow down and worship the Golden Elephant.

Jesus will never forgive those baby-killing, Christmas-banning, terrorist-coddling Democrats!

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Eclectic Cyborg  Sep 23, 2021 • 9:22:14am

re: #185 JOE 🥓

And now my Rainy Day savings Account is gonna take a hit.

White House to tell federal agencies to prepare for possible shutdown as Democrats scramble to address funding impasse

washingtonpost.com

Can I just say how really fucking stupid it is for the richest country on earth to have to go through shit every few years?

189
Belafon  Sep 23, 2021 • 9:22:16am

re: #184 Yeah Sure WhatEVs

THAT’S DIFFERENT!!!11!!!!

And it is, unless pregnancy becomes contagious, at which point men will force people to wear masks.

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Teukka  Sep 23, 2021 • 9:25:12am
191
Hecuba's daughter  Sep 23, 2021 • 9:27:21am

re: #182 Backwoods_Sleuth

also, so what’s not fair about including the pandemic costs?
I pretty much blame tfg and mitch for that as well.

Yes — there might not have been a pandemic if Trump had retained the Obama task force that would have detected the outbreak early. But given that the pandemic existed, the costs associated with it are not the same as the costs associated with the 2017 tax giveaway. The pandemic costs (though handled atrociously under the CARES implementation) were appropriate expenses needed to keep the economy from totally collapsing and to keep individuals afloat because they could not work. It’s fair to include the pandemic costs — but those costs were necessary, unlike the tax law costs.

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JOE 🥓  Sep 23, 2021 • 9:28:48am

re: #188 Eclectic Cyborg

Can I just say how really fucking stupid it is for the richest country on earth to have to go through shit every few years?

In every country with a parliamentary system if the government can’t pass a budget it falls and a snap election is called.

EXCEPT FOR US because we have the Separation of Powers.

193
Teukka  Sep 23, 2021 • 9:29:19am

re: #190 Teukka

And they think their accelerationist agenda is still super secret…

194
Eclectic Cyborg  Sep 23, 2021 • 9:29:57am

re: #190 Teukka

Of course, because who doesn’t want to die of EASILY PREVENTABLE DISEASES?

///

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A Cranky One  Sep 23, 2021 • 9:35:32am

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Love-Child of Cassandra and Sisyphus  Sep 23, 2021 • 9:50:42am
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BeenHereAwhile  Sep 23, 2021 • 10:00:05am

re: #52 William Lewis

This. I first heard a CD (The Pretenders debut) in a record shop in Ansbach FRG back in 1984. I got rid of my vinyl as soon as I could.

FWIW, our studio was Westlake/Studer in the 1970s & 80s.

This was pre-digital recording, and in the early 1980s CDs of our recordings were being released.

I asked one of our studio engineers what was the reason for complaints about the sound quality of the early music CDs.

He said using master tapes with audio profiled for vinyl records for CD production results in the CDs sounding like crap. Music audio CDs require a different audio profile.

In the mean time, this resulted in “the warmth of vinyl” meme.

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KingKenrod  Sep 23, 2021 • 10:03:43am

Just looked down from my work to see one of my cats staring at me, upside-down, from under my bed.

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Dopamine Fish  Sep 23, 2021 • 10:05:35am
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Charles Johnson  Sep 23, 2021 • 10:07:26am
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Eventual Carrion  Sep 23, 2021 • 10:09:21am

re: #198 KingKenrod

Just looked down from my work to see one of my cats staring at me, upside-down, from under my bed.

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Soon

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aatharuv  Sep 23, 2021 • 10:11:26am

re: #193 Teukka

And they think their accelerationist agenda is still super secret…

Which Accelerationist agenda?
- Make their states such horrible hell holes that we’ll have to impose “draconian” laws — Vaccination mandates to cross state lines, vaccines mandates to even go within a few miles of state lines, vaccine mandates for everyone getting federal funds of any sort that people will rebel.
- Make their states such horrible hell holes of disease that everyone not of their cult will leave and their can create their ethno-religio-state.
- Accelerate virus evolution?

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Teukka  Sep 23, 2021 • 10:13:23am

re: #202 aatharuv

Which Accelerationist agenda?
- Make their states such horrible hell holes that we’ll have to impose draconian laws “Vaccination mandates to cross state lines”, vaccines mandates to even go within a few miles of state lines, that people will rebel.
- Make their state such horrible hell holes that everyone not of their cult will leave and their can create their ethno-religio-state.
- Accelerate virus evolution?

Making it so that the konditions of Armukeddon will happen, so Jaysuss will return! 1111thhy!!1
Or some such. At least that’s how it’ll be sold to the footfolk…

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Punish Domestic Terrorists  Sep 23, 2021 • 10:13:26am

re: #200 Charles Johnson

205
retired cynic  Sep 23, 2021 • 10:13:34am

re: #105 sagehen

King David had… was it 10 “wives”? And his oldest son, King Solomon, had so many wives and concubines they had to invent whole new branches of mathematics to count them all.

I’m guessing that within a few generations, everybody within 300 miles was descended from them.

King Abdul Aziz ibn Sa’ud.

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A Cranky One  Sep 23, 2021 • 10:16:58am

re: #197 BeenHereAwhile

FWIW, our studio was Westlake/Studer in the 1970s & 80s.

This was pre-digital recording, and in the early 1980s CDs of our recordings were being released.

I asked one of our studio engineers what was the reason for complaints about the sound quality of the early music CDs.

He said using master tapes with audio profiled for vinyl records for CD production results in the CDs sounding like crap. Music audio CDs require a different audio profile.

In the mean time, this resulted in “the warmth of vinyl” meme.

Yup. In addition, some engineers wanted the ” CD sparkle”, which meant pumping up the high frequencies.

The combination of these factors resulted in the release of remastered CDs, using the master recordings without the tweaks for vinyl or the “sparkle”.

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Shiplord Kirel: Fan of USPS, Goodyear, and Oreo  Sep 23, 2021 • 10:22:26am

re: #105 sagehen

King David had… was it 10 “wives”? And his oldest son, King Solomon, had so many wives and concubines they had to invent whole new branches of mathematics to count them all.

I’m guessing that within a few generations, everybody within 300 miles was descended from them.

Late in this century, a comprehensive genetic study of suburbs in the southern US will show that 80% of the population is descended from 9 preachers, 4 football coaches, and 23 pop musicians.

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BeenHereAwhile  Sep 23, 2021 • 12:28:57pm

re: #203 Teukka

Making it so that the konditions of Armukeddon will happen, so Jaysuss will return! 1111thhy!!1
Or some such. At least that’s how it’ll be sold to the footfolk…

Hope they have figured out how to prevent a supply line shortage of toilet paper and paper towels.

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John Hughes  Sep 23, 2021 • 1:52:14pm

re: #162 JOE 🥓

As expected The Yang Gang is starting a new party that will go nowhere.

businessinsider.com

Andrew Yang’s new 3rd party will be called ‘The Forward Party,’ according to his forthcoming book.

La République en marche.

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John Hughes  Sep 23, 2021 • 2:01:09pm

re: #174 Cheechako

Been poking around the State of Alaska Covid-19 dashboard. The dash board states that slightly more than 100,000 cases of confirmed cases of Covid have been identified in Alaska. Since the total population of Alaska is a little over 700,000 this means just about 1 in every 7 Alaskans have had Covid-19. So far.

Not very good.

91-divoc (John Hopkins) actually puts them on 14%, in the 9 top US states.

Of course, for all of you who are better at math than me, 1/7 is 14%

us states covid cases/100kpop

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