Jackson Browne (Live From Home): “Our Lady of the Well”

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:Jackson Browne performs “Our Lady of the Well” live from home with Val McCallum.

From the album, “For Everyman.” Click here to listen now: hyperurl.co

Filmed, recorded, and mixed by Kevin Smith

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LYRICS:
It is a dance we do in silence, far below this morning sun
You in your life, me in mine, we have begun
Here we stand and without speaking draw the water from the well
And stare beyond the plains to where the mountains lie so still
But it’s a long way that I have come
Across the sand, to find this peace among your people in the sun
Where the families work the land as they have always done
Oh, it’s so far, the other way my country’s gone
Across my home has grown the shadow of a cruel and senseless hand
Though in some strong hearts the love and truth remain
And it has taken me this distance and a woman’s smile to learn
That my heart remains among them and to them I must return
But it’s a long way that I have come
Across the sand, to find you here, among these people in the sun
Where your children will be born
You’ll watch them as they run
Oh, it’s so far, the other way my life has gone
If you look for me, Maria
You will find me in the shade
Wide awake or in a dream
It’s hard to tell
If you come to me, Maria
I will show you what I’ve made
It’s a picture for our lady of the well

Written by Jackson Browne
Swallow Turn Music, ASCAP

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245 comments
1
wrenchwench  Oct 3, 2021 • 10:56:28am

If anyone could show him the town, it had to be, as he said it was, Linda Ronstadt.

2
wrenchwench  Oct 3, 2021 • 10:59:07am

Been there. The faded version, only. And it was cloudy that day.

3
Charles Johnson  Oct 3, 2021 • 11:05:08am
4
Love-Child of Cassandra and Sisyphus  Oct 3, 2021 • 11:06:53am

BoJo desperately spinning:

Boris Johnson: petrol crisis and pig cull part of necessary post-Brexit transition

Queues for petrol and mass culls of pigs at farms because of a lack of abattoir workers are part of a necessary transition for Britain to emerge from a broken economic model based on low wages, Boris Johnson has argued.

And true to the ideology of the Tory party, the foreign secretary sounding all Republican:

His comments, on the first day of the Conservative conference, came as Liz Truss, the foreign secretary, insisted it was the role of business, not ministers, to sort out such problems.

“I don’t believe in a command-and-control economy, so I don’t believe the prime minister is responsible for what’s in the shops,” Truss told a conference fringe event. “This is why we have a free enterprise economy.”

Sure, a free enterprise economy can fix this. Said free market also could let a million people starve just to fix a supply-demand imbalance.

The Brexit chickens (non-chlorinated so far) are coming home to roost, and BoJo and company are desperate to put a smile on.

5
Belafon  Oct 3, 2021 • 11:09:42am

re: #3 Charles Johnson

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BlueSpotinAL  Oct 3, 2021 • 11:13:00am

It is good to have a garage on a rainy day.

The back of the car:

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Love-Child of Cassandra and Sisyphus  Oct 3, 2021 • 11:14:38am

And for the Brexiteers who were pushing that a free trade deal with the US will solve problems, same foreign secretary had to spill the beans:

Post-Brexit US trade deal may take a decade to strike, Liz Truss admits

Foreign Secretary Liz Truss has refused to guarantee that the UK and United States will strike a post-Brexit free trade deal by 2030.

An American trade agreement has long been held up as one of the biggest prizes of Brexit but Leave campaigners.

But Joe Biden’s election as US President has made what looked like a realistic hope under Donald Trump now a distant possibility, prompting Ms Truss to insist a UK-US deal was not the “be all and end all”.

[…]

Here’s the deal: Unlike Trump, Biden won’t let an agreement happen without (1) helping the US (which means BigAg and BigPharma can do their thing in the UK), and (2) securing the Good Friday agreement permanently, which means no borders, which means trade checks between NI and the rest of the UK.

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Charles Johnson  Oct 3, 2021 • 11:17:05am
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wrenchwench  Oct 3, 2021 • 11:19:02am
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Love-Child of Cassandra and Sisyphus  Oct 3, 2021 • 11:20:28am

He’s almost (but not quite) as bad as Trump:

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Belafon  Oct 3, 2021 • 11:20:44am

The newest sorryantivaxxer.com has a married health care couple who didn’t get the shot. This meme is also why I hate people who won’t get the flu shot:

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Belafon  Oct 3, 2021 • 11:21:18am

Charles, are you planning on supporting webp images?

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PhillyPretzel  Oct 3, 2021 • 11:21:37am

re: #9 wrenchwench

Hmm. Call me a skeptic but it just looks like a cat with costume wings.

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wrenchwench  Oct 3, 2021 • 11:23:16am

re: #13 PhillyPretzel

Hmm. Call me a skeptic but it just looks like a cat with costume wings.

Felis bat-a-cuss.

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sagehen  Oct 3, 2021 • 11:26:23am

re: #4 Love-Child of Cassandra and Sisyphus

BoJo desperately spinning:

Boris Johnson: petrol crisis and pig cull part of necessary post-Brexit transition

And true to the ideology of the Tory party, the foreign secretary sounding all Republican:

Sure, a free enterprise economy can fix this. Said free market also could let a million people starve just to fix a supply-demand imbalance.

The Brexit chickens (non-chlorinated so far) are coming home to roost, and BoJo and company are desperate to put a smile on.

The free market supply-and-demand mechanisms was handling these things just fine, until you blocked a large percentage of the supply from being imported, and tossed the laborers who enabled production and distribution of the domestic part of your supply.

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A Cranky One  Oct 3, 2021 • 11:28:47am

re: #13 PhillyPretzel

Hmm. Call me a skeptic but it just looks like a cat with costume wings.

It’s obviously Bruce Wayne’s pet. The Batcat.

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PhillyPretzel  Oct 3, 2021 • 11:29:22am

re: #16 A Cranky One

You might be right. :)

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sagehen  Oct 3, 2021 • 11:29:30am

re: #9 wrenchwench

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That’s Bruce and Selena’s first child.

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mmmirele  Oct 3, 2021 • 11:38:13am

The Hillsong cult is going to have to reform its ways because of the trouble they’re having with their supremo leadership. There’s a Hillsong 2 miles down the street from my house, with an attached “college,” and why yes, that’s why I keep an eye on this bunch.

In reckoning with its demons, Hillsong will be forced to move away from what made it powerful
Elle Hardy
Reining in its pastors and dealing with the scandals enveloping the megachurch risks creating a brand that’s bland and bureaucratic

illsong Church is in crisis. Australia’s greatest cultural export - with 131 churches in 30 countries, 150,000 weekly congregants, 50 million churchgoers singing their songs each week, and over three billion YouTube views - has been enveloped in a series of scandals that sound like a biblical parable: the thing that has made it so powerful is what has brought it to its knees.

I’ve spent the last few years researching Hillsong and the wider neo-charismatic Pentecostal movement, and a lot of people have been asking me what’s next. Not being in the market of prophecy, I can’t say for certain. However, Hillsong’s popularity stems from showing believers that they can live Christian lives in a secular world - and now the church’s survival depends on whether it can straddle both worlds too.

To recap the major scandals enveloping Hillsong over the last 15 months (and this is an abbreviated list) explains the cultural tightrope the church has long been walking.

Last June, London preacher Gary Clarke was criticised for dismissive comments about the murder of George Floyd, and has since transitioned into a less prominent European leadership role.

more at the linkypoo:
theguardian.com

Also, 60 Minutes Australia did an expose on Hillsong two weeks ago, which I may have posted here before but it really is worth a watch.

Hillsong Hell: Disturbing accusations expose the celebrity-favoured church | 60 Minutes Australia

Brian Houston is scheduled to appear in Aussie court on Tuesday, October 5 (which is late afternoon Monday for us).

Also, Boris Johnson is an idiot if he thinks Brits are going to put up with reduced bacon rashers.

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PhillyPretzel  Oct 3, 2021 • 11:41:27am

I just got two e-mails from Wa-Po regarding The Pandora Papers. Is this starting to trend with twitter and/or facebook?

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Jay C  Oct 3, 2021 • 11:43:19am

re: #15 sagehen

The free market supply-and-demand mechanisms was handling these things just fine, until you blocked a large percentage of the supply from being imported, and tossed the laborers who enabled production and distribution of the domestic part of your supply.

This. And we’ll know he’s really desperate and spinning when he (or some other Tory hack) starts spouting off about WWII and the Blitz…..

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Love-Child of Cassandra and Sisyphus  Oct 3, 2021 • 11:49:44am

re: #20 PhillyPretzel

It’s being featured on Twitter.

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Michele: Recovering Social Media Addict  Oct 3, 2021 • 11:50:26am

re: #20 PhillyPretzel

I just got two e-mails from Wa-Po regarding The Pandora Papers. Is this starting to trend with twitter and/or facebook?

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mmmirele  Oct 3, 2021 • 11:51:26am

re: #20 PhillyPretzel

I just got two e-mails from Wa-Po regarding The Pandora Papers. Is this starting to trend with twitter and/or facebook?

Yeah, I got the same emails, and yes, it’s trending on Twitter, but down low because of all the football games.

25
Dopamine Fish  Oct 3, 2021 • 11:52:48am
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Love-Child of Cassandra and Sisyphus  Oct 3, 2021 • 11:53:24am

South Dakota… isn’t that where CitiBank has its card operations? Oh, and does Kristi get a cut?

27
Belafon  Oct 3, 2021 • 11:53:50am

re: #23 Michele: Recovering Social Media Addict

The names I want to find on that list: Bannon, McConnell, Koch, Mercer.

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Love-Child of Cassandra and Sisyphus  Oct 3, 2021 • 11:54:47am

re: #25 Dopamine Fish

As I wrote last week, the JBS hated Ike and they existed in part to counter Ike.

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retired cynic  Oct 3, 2021 • 11:57:21am

re: #25 Dopamine Fish

My husband knew Clarence Manion, who was a real far-righter. He thought about as little of him as we would today. Manion’s wife was a friend, however, and associate through our horses.

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FormerDirtDart 🍕🐀 No Capt'n 😷 Trips  Oct 3, 2021 • 11:57:25am
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Decatur Deb  Oct 3, 2021 • 12:00:41pm

re: #2 wrenchwench

Been there. The faded version, only. And it was cloudy that day.

Had a dead weekend day near Istanbul, and the night before our Warrant Officer offered me a huey ride down to Efes. Only time in all my travels I got Mehmet’s Revenge, so I missed it.

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Love-Child of Cassandra and Sisyphus  Oct 3, 2021 • 12:02:50pm

It’s a slick video but color be skeptical (because I am skeptical) that anything will be done about it:

Pandora Papers: An unprecedented leak exposes the inner workings of a shadow economy

I’m skeptical because the global community is built around nation states who have created an environment to protect the sheltered havens of money.

It has been known for a very long time that places like Belize exist to serve the exchange of wealth among the very rich, outside the eyes of regulators in the US or the EU.

The only way to stop this is to stop recognizing the sovereignty of Belize, etc. And to make places like Samoa fully part of the US - to which the Samoans will object.

And no one is going to do that.

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Belafon  Oct 3, 2021 • 12:04:19pm
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Decatur Deb  Oct 3, 2021 • 12:07:02pm

re: #33 Belafon

Don’t want to be Debbie Downer, but the Selective Service Act was pretty aggressive about that.

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The Pie Overlord!  Oct 3, 2021 • 12:07:10pm
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Targetpractice  Oct 3, 2021 • 12:08:17pm

re: #4 Love-Child of Cassandra and Sisyphus

BoJo desperately spinning:

Boris Johnson: petrol crisis and pig cull part of necessary post-Brexit transition

And true to the ideology of the Tory party, the foreign secretary sounding all Republican:

Sure, a free enterprise economy can fix this. Said free market also could let a million people starve just to fix a supply-demand imbalance.

The Brexit chickens (non-chlorinated so far) are coming home to roost, and BoJo and company are desperate to put a smile on.

This bit right here:

for Britain to emerge from a broken economic model based on low wages

is fucking hilarious is light of things like Boris’ second-in-command suggesting that the solution to the HGV driver shortage is hiring out prisoners on day release. This is so much of the same horseshit that we hear about how if we just got rid of all the “illegals” here in the States, then businesses would have no choice but to raise wages for everybody. You know, the same people who then scream bloody murder about rising wages leading to “runaway inflation!!!”

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The Pie Overlord!  Oct 3, 2021 • 12:10:36pm
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Love-Child of Cassandra and Sisyphus  Oct 3, 2021 • 12:11:30pm
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PhillyPretzel  Oct 3, 2021 • 12:11:34pm

re: #37 The Pie Overlord!

That looks delicious.

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FormerDirtDart 🍕🐀 No Capt'n 😷 Trips  Oct 3, 2021 • 12:13:24pm
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Belafon  Oct 3, 2021 • 12:13:44pm

re: #34 Decatur Deb

Don’t want to be Debbie Downer, but the Selective Service Act was pretty aggressive about that.

What exactly did that prevent me from doing?

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Decatur Deb  Oct 3, 2021 • 12:14:12pm

re: #38 Love-Child of Cassandra and Sisyphus

Unusual tropical storm:

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Video

Great Fremen name for that storm. Will it play hell with the sandworms?

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Belafon  Oct 3, 2021 • 12:14:38pm

re: #40 FormerDirtDart 🍕🐀 No Capt’n 😷 Trips

Looks fun other than I want the target to be bigger.

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Decatur Deb  Oct 3, 2021 • 12:16:32pm

re: #41 Belafon

What exactly did that prevent me from doing?

You had to do some paperwork. I had to leave my best years in NYC and travel to Kentucky in 1965, to learn how to get shot at.

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FormerDirtDart 🍕🐀 No Capt'n 😷 Trips  Oct 3, 2021 • 12:17:28pm

re: #43 Belafon

Looks fun other than I want the target to be bigger.

Yeah, definitely needs to be more ‘lake’ like

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Targetpractice  Oct 3, 2021 • 12:18:45pm

re: #35 The Pie Overlord!

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Meanwhile, in the real world, one of the bits glossed over in most US history classes is that the Confederate States of America were an absolute political and economic basketcase. Their federal government was really in-name-only since the state governments went so far as to sabotage each other, at least when the cotton farmers weren’t sabotaging the new nation’s economy by imposing an embargo under the belief that the Brits and French would be so desperate for Southern cotton that they’d extend diplomatic recognition to the nascent state.

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FormerDirtDart 🍕🐀 No Capt'n 😷 Trips  Oct 3, 2021 • 12:19:39pm

re: #44 Decatur Deb

You had to do some paperwork. I had to leave my best years in NYC and travel to Kentucky in 1965, to learn how to get shot at.

There hasn’t been a law in the US that would allow that to happen for 48 years.

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Decatur Deb  Oct 3, 2021 • 12:21:04pm

re: #47 FormerDirtDart 🍕🐀 No Capt’n 😷 Trips

There hasn’t been a law in the US that would allow that to happen for 48 years.

The law is still in place. The nature of war has changed, until someone kills the Intertubes.

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FFL (GOP Delenda Est)  Oct 3, 2021 • 12:21:26pm

re: #46 Targetpractice

Meanwhile, in the real world, one of the bits glossed over in most US history classes is that the Confederate States of America were an absolute political and economic basketcase. Their federal government was really in-name-only since the state governments went so far as to sabotage each other, at least when the cotton farmers weren’t sabotaging the new nation’s economy by imposing an embargo under the belief that the Brits and French would be so desperate for Southern cotton that they’d extend diplomatic recognition to the nascent state.

Overweening ego is pretty much the key for a lot of leaders/oligarchies to sow the seeds of their own destruction.

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FormerDirtDart 🍕🐀 No Capt'n 😷 Trips  Oct 3, 2021 • 12:22:28pm

re: #48 Decatur Deb

The law is still in place. The nature of war has changed, until someone kills the Intertubes.

No, the only law in place requires registration.
To actually conduct a draft would require new legislation to be passed.

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Belafon  Oct 3, 2021 • 12:23:16pm

re: #44 Decatur Deb

You had to do some paperwork. I had to leave my best years in NYC and travel to Kentucky in 1965, to learn how to get shot at.

And we figured out that the draft was a crappy idea and we ended it. Selective service had no effect on either Iraq war or Afghanistan. The draft was the really crappy thing. And lots of women are trying to get selective service expanded to all adults.

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Decatur Deb  Oct 3, 2021 • 12:24:16pm

re: #50 FormerDirtDart 🍕🐀 No Capt’n 😷 Trips

No, the only law in place requires registration.
To actually conduct a draft would require new legislation to be passed.

Failing to register will change an 18-yr old’s prospects (pretty severely if someone wants to push it).

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FFL (GOP Delenda Est)  Oct 3, 2021 • 12:24:57pm

re: #51 Belafon

And we figured out that the draft was a crappy idea and we ended it. Selective service had no effect on either Iraq war or Afghanistan. The draft was the really crappy thing. And lots of women are trying to get selective service expanded to all adults.

An all adult selective service (registration) does also set a basis for later legislation to potentially support adult national service or something similar if that is considered something the nation would benefit from having.

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Belafon  Oct 3, 2021 • 12:26:07pm

re: #52 Decatur Deb

Failing to register will change an 18-yr old’s prospects (pretty severely if someone wants to push it).

Registering doesn’t prevent a person from putting themselves into a condition where they couldn’t be forced to serve, such as gaining too much weight.

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Decatur Deb  Oct 3, 2021 • 12:27:08pm

re: #51 Belafon

And we figured out that the draft was a crappy idea and we ended it. Selective service had no effect on either Iraq war or Afghanistan. The draft was the really crappy thing. And lots of women are trying to get selective service expanded to all adults.

You’re only talking about a matter of scale and technology. TRADOC still teaches the bayonet.

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steve_davis  Oct 3, 2021 • 12:29:32pm

re: #11 Belafon

The newest sorryantivaxxer.com has a married health care couple who didn’t get the shot. This meme is also why I hate people who won’t get the flu shot:

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i understand people tend to marry to type, but the number of these married couples who both get covid and then both promptly die is almost spooky. I guess a sober statistician ( meaning presumably no one currently on this board) would state that with millions of people getting covid, the odds do kind of demand that couples are going to die, but that’s got to be one helluva wake-up moment for relations and friends.

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Charles Johnson  Oct 3, 2021 • 12:31:02pm
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jeffreyw  Oct 3, 2021 • 12:32:12pm
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FFL (GOP Delenda Est)  Oct 3, 2021 • 12:33:20pm

re: #57 Charles Johnson

The science is telling them they will not get instant gratification for taking precautions. Therefore they immediately convert it into a conspiracy to steal from them.

Total BS and an increased body count as a result.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Oct 3, 2021 • 12:33:28pm
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Decatur Deb  Oct 3, 2021 • 12:35:06pm

re: #54 Belafon

Registering doesn’t prevent a person from putting themselves into a condition where they couldn’t be forced to serve, such as gaining too much weight.

My buddy’s younger brother was drafted (rather fraudulently) by his “friends and neighbors”. He was put though overweight hell by the cadre in Basic. By the time his complaints, including a Congressional, got him out Basic was over and he had lost a great deal of weight. A month or so later he was drafted and put through Basic AGAIN validly.

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FormerDirtDart 🍕🐀 No Capt'n 😷 Trips  Oct 3, 2021 • 12:35:44pm

re: #55 Decatur Deb

You’re only talking about a matter of scale and technology. TRADOC still teaches the bayonet.

Not since 2010

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Oct 3, 2021 • 12:35:51pm
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steve_davis  Oct 3, 2021 • 12:36:39pm

re: #37 The Pie Overlord!

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publix does a pretty damned decent greek salad.

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Decatur Deb  Oct 3, 2021 • 12:38:30pm

re: #62 FormerDirtDart 🍕🐀 No Capt’n 😷 Trips

Not since 2010

Eight years after I separated.

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Targetpractice  Oct 3, 2021 • 12:40:35pm

re: #57 Charles Johnson

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Because hey, they ignored these same warnings last year and nothing negative happened, right?

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sagehen  Oct 3, 2021 • 12:40:44pm

re: #34 Decatur Deb

Don’t want to be Debbie Downer, but the Selective Service Act was pretty aggressive about that.

The last time we had a draft… was the same year as Roe v Wade.

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Decatur Deb  Oct 3, 2021 • 12:42:25pm

re: #62 FormerDirtDart 🍕🐀 No Capt’n 😷 Trips

Not since 2010

Marines are still at it. Maybe they know something Army doesn’t.

Fox Company - Bayonet Assault Course on Nov. 25, 2020

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gocart mozart  Oct 3, 2021 • 12:43:22pm
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Charles Johnson  Oct 3, 2021 • 12:44:11pm
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sagehen  Oct 3, 2021 • 12:44:41pm

re: #41 Belafon

What exactly did that prevent me from doing?

Depends what year you were asking that question.

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steve_davis  Oct 3, 2021 • 12:47:51pm

re: #68 Decatur Deb

Marines are still at it. Maybe they know something Army doesn’t.

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marines get all the navy’s hand-me down shit. wouldn’t be surprised if firing range doesn’t consist of a lieutenant rallying the men about how Napoleon’s Old Guard can be taken down if the marines can only learn to fire three rounds a minute from their muskets.

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Love-Child of Cassandra and Sisyphus  Oct 3, 2021 • 12:48:05pm

re: #63 Backwoods_Sleuth

Strictly speaking, fossil fuel subsidies like all subsidies are not traditionally thought of as “conservative”. Subsidies are interventionist into an economy to support sectors of said economy. Agricultural subsidies are the best known of this type, but everything from fossil fuels to fishing have been subsidized.

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Love-Child of Cassandra and Sisyphus  Oct 3, 2021 • 12:48:55pm

It’s an orange evening in La Palma:

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PhillyPretzel  Oct 3, 2021 • 12:50:13pm

re: #74 Love-Child of Cassandra and Sisyphus

That is a one spectacular picture. Especially with that plume of lava shooting up into the air.

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Decatur Deb  Oct 3, 2021 • 12:51:03pm

Yesterday was Colonoscopy Day. Today we’re introducing Kidney Stone Day. I’ve got one moving around (always on a weekend). There were enough Good Drugs left over from the last time to get me through a few more days—don’t want to be in a Baja Alabama hospital right now.

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FormerDirtDart 🍕🐀 No Capt'n 😷 Trips  Oct 3, 2021 • 12:51:24pm

(sigh)
This is why we can’t have nice things.

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Belafon  Oct 3, 2021 • 12:57:22pm

re: #71 sagehen

Depends what year you were asking that question.

I signed mine in 1987, but I figure the discussion of this needs to be about now since we’re talking about decisions now.

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gocart mozart  Oct 3, 2021 • 12:58:37pm
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William Lewis  Oct 3, 2021 • 12:58:56pm

re: #62 FormerDirtDart 🍕🐀 No Capt’n 😷 Trips

Not since 2010

That remains a mistake that should be corrected.

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Decatur Deb  Oct 3, 2021 • 1:01:13pm

re: #78 Belafon

I signed mine in 1987, but I figure the discussion of this needs to be about now since we’re talking about decisions now.

Both men and women of the last 30 years have a naive idea of what a national government can do to the bodies of it’s citizens. The draft was a quick grab. Your ass is partly yours and partly Society’s. It has to work that way.

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EstebanTornado1963  Oct 3, 2021 • 1:01:53pm

Fuck that DUNT and her faux outrage

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JOE 🥓  Oct 3, 2021 • 1:01:57pm

We could tell…

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Belafon  Oct 3, 2021 • 1:06:19pm

re: #81 Decatur Deb

Both men and women of the last 30 years have a naive idea of what a national government can do to the bodies of it’s citizens. The draft was a quick grab. Your ass is partly yours and partly Society’s. It has to work that way.

Like prevent them from having an abortion.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Oct 3, 2021 • 1:06:32pm

re: #4 Love-Child of Cassandra and Sisyphus

Queues for petrol and mass culls of pigs at farms because of a lack of abattoir workers are part of a necessary transition for Britain to emerge from a broken economic model based on low wages, Boris Johnson has argued.

The low-wage, poorly educated workers are the last ones who are going to see any benefits out of Brexit.

They are trying to make these shortages and problems seem like something that was inevitable and unavoidable and, in a sick parody of what they accuse “socialism” of, they are calling on private enterprise to fix problems created by government.

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Decatur Deb  Oct 3, 2021 • 1:07:21pm

re: #84 Belafon

Like prevent them from having an abortion.

Like make them take a vaccine to stay in federal service.

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A Mom Anon  Oct 3, 2021 • 1:08:13pm

re: #77 FormerDirtDart 🍕🐀 No Capt’n 😷 Trips

Oh fuck that. That moron senator will not talk to her constituents, she’s too busy fund raising from the exact people she said she’d work against so she could get elected. Fuck her and her privacy. If she’d fucking talk to the people who elected her she might not have to worry about being confronted in a bathroom at a college. I’m so tired of these fucking people getting a pass because they are so fucking special. No they aren’t, they are citizens who became elected officials, which means she works for The People in her state, ALL of them. She’s an attention seeking asshole who has power and money and no longer gives a fuck about serving the people who elected her, if she ever did. Fuck her and her feelings.

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Belafon  Oct 3, 2021 • 1:10:05pm

re: #86 Decatur Deb

Like make them take a vaccine to stay in federal service.

The only thing preventing that law from including women is a change in the law. You can’t pass a law that prevents women from becoming pregnant. That is why this path you’ve taken us down talking about “Oh, how men can be arrested for not signing up for selective service” is a meaningless distraction.

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Dopamine Fish  Oct 3, 2021 • 1:10:10pm

re: #87 A Mom Anon

This x1000. If you are a member of the Senate or the House, and you are acting against the will of your constituents, and you keep ducking them so as to avoid facing responsibility for your unpopular actions, you deserve to be harassed.

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Decatur Deb  Oct 3, 2021 • 1:11:30pm

re: #88 Belafon

The only thing preventing that law from including women is a change in the law. You can’t pass a law that prevents women from becoming pregnant. That is why this path you’ve taken us down talking about “Oh, how men can be arrested for not signing up for selective service” is a meaningless distraction.

The only thing keeping my grandmother from being my grandfather…

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JOE 🥓  Oct 3, 2021 • 1:12:11pm

Fully expect Sinema to jump to the GOP. Wouldn’t be surprised if it was this week.

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Dopamine Fish  Oct 3, 2021 • 1:13:20pm

re: #91 JOE 🥓

Fully expect Sinema to jump to the GOP. Wouldn’t be surprised if it was this week.

If she thinks these stupid games will work on Senator McConnell, she’s got another thing coming. The Republicans value only one thing: Party loyalty. The second she sets a foot out of line, she’ll be out. If she doesn’t know it, she’s an idiot. If she does anything, she’ll go independent.

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Belafon  Oct 3, 2021 • 1:15:40pm

re: #91 JOE 🥓

Fully expect Sinema to jump to the GOP. Wouldn’t be surprised if it was this week.

She becomes totally irrelevant the moment Republicans take over the Senate.

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A hollow voice says Vaccinate the world!  Oct 3, 2021 • 1:16:07pm

re: #35 The Pie Overlord!

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Covid has already split the country. Which “half” looks more like a hellhole to you?

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Belafon  Oct 3, 2021 • 1:20:27pm

Let’s say she goes independent. Republicans will force a vote on leadership. How will she vote? If she votes for Democrats, then we’re exactly in the same boat as now. If she votes in any other way, and Republicans take over leadership, nothing will get done other than the vote to extend the debt ceiling. And there is nothing she can do about that.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Oct 3, 2021 • 1:22:56pm

re: #94 A hollow voice says Vaccinate the world!

Covid has already split the country. Which “half” looks more like a hellhole to you?

The side without the “lop sided Hollywood”?

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ckkatz  Oct 3, 2021 • 1:24:59pm

re: #81 Decatur Deb

Both men and women of the last 30 years have a naive idea of what a national government can do to the bodies of it’s citizens. The draft was a quick grab. Your ass is partly yours and partly Society’s. It has to work that way.

During the Civil War there was a gradual realization among Confederate soldiers that they were not that much different than the slaves they were fighting to keep enslaved. Despite all the pre-war secession talk of Southern free men needing to stick together.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Oct 3, 2021 • 1:26:25pm

re: #97 ckkatz

During the Civil War there was a gradual realization among Confederate soldiers that they were not that much different than the slaves they were fighting to keep enslaved. Despite all the pre-war secession talk of Southern free men needing to stick together.

You mean the Confederate military draft law that exempted men who owned more than 20 slaves?

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ckkatz  Oct 3, 2021 • 1:28:43pm

re: #98 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

You mean the Confederate military draft law that exempted men who owned more than 20 slaves?

The enlisted Confederates also noticed that. And noticed that a lot of the upper class who didn’t take that exemption got cushy local appointments with state governments.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Oct 3, 2021 • 1:29:47pm

re: #99 ckkatz

The enlisted Confederates also noticed that. And noticed that a lot of the upper class who didn’t take that exemption got cushy local appointments with state governments.

Rich Northerners could simply pay a fee or hire a substitute.

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ckkatz  Oct 3, 2021 • 1:31:35pm

I did a quick search, but was not able to find a source for a story that I had read about cotton plantations along the lower Mississippi.

Basically, when the Union Army moved into their area, many of the plantations switched allegiance to the Union. Which led to the strange case of Confederate military expeditions dedicated to burning down Southern cotton plantations.

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Decatur Deb  Oct 3, 2021 • 1:32:05pm

re: #97 ckkatz

During the Civil War there was a gradual realization among Confederate soldiers that they were not that much different than the slaves they were fighting to keep enslaved. Despite all the pre-war secession talk of Southern free men needing to stick together.

Since before Marx that has been the key to class solidarity. We seem to be losing that battle in the face of carefully-fostered divisiveness.

When Adam delved and Eve span, Who was then the gentleman? From the beginning all men by nature were created alike, and our bondage or servitude came in by the unjust oppression of naughty men. For if God would have had any bondmen from the beginning, He would have appointed who should be bond, and who free. And therefore I exhort you to consider that now the time is come, appointed to us by God, in which ye may (if ye will) cast off the yoke of bondage, and recover liberty.
John Ball, preaching the Peasant’s Revolt, 1381

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Charles Johnson  Oct 3, 2021 • 1:34:51pm
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Decatur Deb  Oct 3, 2021 • 1:35:26pm

re: #101 ckkatz

I did a quick search, but was not able to find a source for a story that I had read about cotton plantations along the lower Mississippi.

Basically, when the Union Army moved into their area, many of the plantations switched allegiance to the Union. Which led to the strange case of Confederate military expeditions dedicated to burning down Southern cotton plantations.

Free State of Jones, and others.
smithsonianmag.com

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ckkatz  Oct 3, 2021 • 1:37:20pm

Grrr… I had planned to cut up a bunch of old rotten rails and put them in the yardwaste for collection Tuesday.

However, the battery for the chainsaw registered no power. So now I am waiting to see if I didn’t seat the battery correctly in the charger, or if the battery has failed.

Btw, the newer battery powered chainsaws are matching the lower end gas chainsaws. (Say 40cc) But the battery still doesn’t have the run time of a gas chainsaw.

On the other hand, battery chainsaws are quieter, stop quicker, don’t require small engine mechanic skills, and are do not require gas-oil mixing nor put out resultant exhaust.

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JOE 🥓  Oct 3, 2021 • 1:37:36pm

re: #103 Charles Johnson

Not the first time. The same right wingers tanked Truman’s, Kennedy’s and Hillary’s proposals!

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Oct 3, 2021 • 1:39:17pm

re: #102 Decatur Deb

Since before Marx that has been the key to class solidarity. We seem to be losing that battle in the face of carefully-fostered divisiveness.

When Adam delved and Eve span, Who was then the gentleman? From the beginning all men by nature were created alike, and our bondage or servitude came in by the unjust oppression of naughty men. For if God would have had any bondmen from the beginning, He would have appointed who should be bond, and who free. And therefore I exhort you to consider that now the time is come, appointed to us by God, in which ye may (if ye will) cast off the yoke of bondage, and recover liberty.
John Ball, preaching the Peasant’s Revolt, 1381

“We’re an autonomous collective!”

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Oct 3, 2021 • 1:40:25pm

re: #103 Charles Johnson

It’s impressive that right wing media and the Republican Party have actually succeeded in politicizing public health. And they’re AGAINST it.

They want to “run government like a business”.

That means cutting expenses to boost the bottom line.

Health care is seen as an expense, not as an investment.

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Decatur Deb  Oct 3, 2021 • 1:40:58pm

re: #107 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

When Adam delved and Eve span, Who was then the gentleman? From the beginning all men by nature were created alike, and our bondage or servitude came in by the unjust oppression of naughty men. For if God would have had any bondmen from the beginning, He would have appointed who should be bond, and who free. And therefore I exhort you to consider that now the time is come, appointed to us by God, in which ye may (if ye will) cast off the yoke of bondage, and recover liberty.
John Ball, preaching the Peasant’s Revolt, 1381

“We’re an autonomous collective!”

“Smart Progressives, turning their backs on solidarity since 1381.”

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jeffreyw  Oct 3, 2021 • 1:43:23pm

YouTube


Can anyone ID these birds?

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Decatur Deb  Oct 3, 2021 • 1:45:04pm

re: #110 jeffreyw

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Video

Can anyone ID these birds?

That’s Fred, I don’t see Martha.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Oct 3, 2021 • 1:50:47pm

re: #81 Decatur Deb

Both men and women of the last 30 years have a naive idea of what a national government can do to the bodies of it’s citizens. The draft was a quick grab. Your ass is partly yours and partly Society’s. It has to work that way.

The draft was fucking awful in the 60s.
Almost anyone who was alive back then knows how bad it was.

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Decatur Deb  Oct 3, 2021 • 1:51:43pm

re: #112 Backwoods_Sleuth

The draft was fucking awful in the 60s.
Almost anyone who was alive back then knows how bad it was.

50,000 of my mates are not available for comment.

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jeffreyw  Oct 3, 2021 • 1:52:15pm

re: #105 ckkatz

Grrr… I had planned to cut up a bunch of old rotten rails and put them in the yardwaste for collection Tuesday.

However, the battery for the chainsaw registered no power. So now I am waiting to see if I didn’t seat the battery correctly in the charger, or if the battery has failed.

Btw, the newer battery powered chainsaws are matching the lower end gas chainsaws. (Say 40cc) But the battery still doesn’t have the run time of a gas chainsaw.

On the other hand, battery chainsaws are quieter, stop quicker, don’t require small engine mechanic skills, and are do not require gas-oil mixing nor put out resultant exhaust.

I have a B&D 12” that is surprisingly competent at smaller tasks. I bought a Greenworks 60V 16” that I have yet to work at anything other than a test cut but I believe it will be a real goer. I had a Makita 8” with a puny ni-cad battery that was more a toy.

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ckkatz  Oct 3, 2021 • 1:54:11pm

re: #104 Decatur Deb

Free State of Jones, and others.
smithsonianmag.com

Yup, when the southern states seceded a lot of young men joined up to protect their homes from the “mongrel Northern urban hordes” that were supposed to be coming to rape their livestock and steal their women. (You can still read this kind of crap in current survivalist and rwnj gun propaganda btw.)

As these folks realized that they had been completely had, they started to lose interest in being cannon fodder for rich plantation owners. By the fall of 1864 Jefferson Davis reported that half the Confederate Army was awol.

As the confederate army sent cavalry columns into the hinterlands to round up deserters and confiscate farm food stocks, resistance increased. There were a number of places that were no-go areas to confederate forces in less than brigade strength. The piney woods of Mississippi, the Appalachian Mountains into Northern Georgia, the rural coastal swamp areas of the Carolinas and Georgia.

And while you read about Mosby and other southern guerillas, remember that there were thousands of union guerillas operating from Maryland, Eastern Tennessee and in Northern Georgia.

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FFL (GOP Delenda Est)  Oct 3, 2021 • 1:54:39pm

re: #110 jeffreyw

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Video

Can anyone ID these birds?

Looks like a warbler of some sort. Which sort depends on region and time of year since they migrate.

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The Pie Overlord!  Oct 3, 2021 • 1:55:26pm

Look at this Liddle Hitlerjugend.

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ckkatz  Oct 3, 2021 • 1:56:42pm
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Belafon  Oct 3, 2021 • 1:58:17pm

re: #117 The Pie Overlord!

Look at this Liddle Hitlerjugend.

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We don’t like your racism, your sexism, your hatred of other religions, and there’s no “coming out of the shadows” because we already know who you are.

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retired cynic  Oct 3, 2021 • 1:59:20pm

re: #110 jeffreyw

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Video

Can anyone ID these birds?

Looks like a black-throated green warbler in fall plumage. According to the pictures in my bird book! I am sure no expert.

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Decatur Deb  Oct 3, 2021 • 1:59:28pm

re: #115 ckkatz

Yup, when the southern states seceded a lot of young men joined up to protect their homes from the “mongrel Northern urban hordes” that were supposed to be coming to rape their livestock and steal their women. (You can still read this kind of crap in current survivalist and rwnj gun propaganda btw.)

As these folks realized that they had been completely had, they started to lose interest in being cannon fodder for rich plantation owners. By the fall of 1864 Jefferson Davis reported that half the Confederate Army was awol.

As the confederate army sent cavalry columns into the hinterlands to round up deserters and confiscate farm food stocks, resistance increased. There were a number of places that were no-go areas to confederate forces in less than brigade strength. The piney woods of Mississippi, the Appalachian Mountains into Northern Georgia, the rural coastal swamp areas of the Carolinas and Georgia.

And while you read about Mosby and other southern guerillas, remember that there were thousands of union guerillas operating from Maryland, Eastern Tennessee and in Northern Georgia.

The Battle of Newton was fought near here, involving about 50—100 combatants on each side. It was a cavalry (horse stealing) raid by the 1st Florida Cavalry, a UNION regiment, operating out of a fort near Pensacola. There was an identically named Confederate unit.

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A hollow voice says Vaccinate the world!  Oct 3, 2021 • 2:04:09pm

re: #110 jeffreyw

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Video

Can anyone ID these birds?

Juvenile goldfinch?

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retired cynic  Oct 3, 2021 • 2:05:11pm

re: #122 A hollow voice says Vaccinate the world!

Juvenile goldfinch?

I think it’s the wrong kind of beak.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Oct 3, 2021 • 2:05:31pm

re: #110 jeffreyw

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Video

Can anyone ID these birds?

Eastern Meadowlark

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ckkatz  Oct 3, 2021 • 2:06:21pm

re: #114 jeffreyw

I have a B&D 12” that is surprisingly competent at smaller tasks. I bought a Greenworks 60V 16” that I have yet to work at anything other than a test cut but I believe it will be a real goer. I had a Makita 8” with a puny ni-cad battery that was more a toy.

I ended up getting a DeWalt 16”. It seems to generally do what I need. At least until this afternoon. The batteries, though, are expensive at >$100 each. One thing I do after every use is to sharpen the chain. That makes a big difference.

I do have a pro-sumer echo gas chainsaw, but on my massive suburban estate of 1/3 acre, I have been hard pressed to find a use for it.

About 25 years ago I picked up a corded Makita chainsaw. But it is very under-powered and extension cords of a reasonable gauge are extremely expensive. I don’t recommend corded chainsaws.

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steve_davis  Oct 3, 2021 • 2:09:05pm

re: #115 ckkatz

Yup, when the southern states seceded a lot of young men joined up to protect their homes from the “mongrel Northern urban hordes” that were supposed to be coming to rape their livestock and steal their women. (You can still read this kind of crap in current survivalist and rwnj gun propaganda btw.)

As these folks realized that they had been completely had, they started to lose interest in being cannon fodder for rich plantation owners. By the fall of 1864 Jefferson Davis reported that half the Confederate Army was awol.

As the confederate army sent cavalry columns into the hinterlands to round up deserters and confiscate farm food stocks, resistance increased. There were a number of places that were no-go areas to confederate forces in less than brigade strength. The piney woods of Mississippi, the Appalachian Mountains into Northern Georgia, the rural coastal swamp areas of the Carolinas and Georgia.

And while you read about Mosby and other southern guerillas, remember that there were thousands of union guerillas operating from Maryland, Eastern Tennessee and in Northern Georgia.

also important to note that some of this was just because of demographics. Mountain Republicans in the hills of North Carolina and Kentucky would have had zero use for a bunch of confederate rednecks wandering in. Those places were poor and nobody owned slaves because nobody could have afforded to own slaves. So a war over slavery wasn’t going to attract much sympathy.

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A hollow voice says Vaccinate the world!  Oct 3, 2021 • 2:09:28pm

re: #123 retired cynic

I think it’s the wrong kind of beak.

I’m not an expert either. ☺️ But it looks (from pictures) like there’s some variation in beaks.

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Dopamine Fish  Oct 3, 2021 • 2:09:47pm

re: #127 A hollow voice says Vaccinate the world!

I’m not an expert either. ☺️ But it looks (from pictures) like there’s some variation in beaks.

There’s no globular clusters.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Oct 3, 2021 • 2:13:19pm

re: #128 Dopamine Fish

There’s no globular clusters.

the pixels are corrupted…

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sagehen  Oct 3, 2021 • 2:14:40pm

re: #117 The Pie Overlord!

Look at this Liddle Hitlerjugend.

“Look at David, look at Daniel, look at Esther, who influenced the governments of their day, to uphold Christian principles…”

Who wants to tell him?

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Dopamine Fish  Oct 3, 2021 • 2:15:16pm

re: #130 sagehen

Who wants to tell him?

Come on, Jews are just Christians in training.///

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William Lewis  Oct 3, 2021 • 2:16:04pm

Probably one of the last of the season but I do love dandelions…

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Michele: Recovering Social Media Addict  Oct 3, 2021 • 2:19:50pm

re: #40 FormerDirtDart 🍕🐀 No Capt’n 😷 Trips

And that’s a big NOPE! from me.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Oct 3, 2021 • 2:24:58pm
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William Lewis  Oct 3, 2021 • 2:25:43pm

re: #40 FormerDirtDart 🍕🐀 No Capt’n 😷 Trips

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“Hold my Mead!”

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Oct 3, 2021 • 2:27:28pm

LOLOLOLOLOLOL

I want that nanny’s salary.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Oct 3, 2021 • 2:28:12pm
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Dopamine Fish  Oct 3, 2021 • 2:29:33pm

re: #136 Backwoods_Sleuth

LOLOLOLOLOLOL

I want that nanny’s salary.

That is an extremely extravagant lifestyle.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Oct 3, 2021 • 2:30:39pm

re: #138 Dopamine Fish

That is an extremely extravagant lifestyle.

I suspect it’s also extreme bullshit

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Dopamine Fish  Oct 3, 2021 • 2:32:20pm

re: #139 Backwoods_Sleuth

I suspect it’s also extreme bullshit

$18k a month for a place to live is so ridiculous, it strains credulity. You could literally pay for a house in a year out this way with that kind of money.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Oct 3, 2021 • 2:33:04pm
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Eclectic Cyborg  Oct 3, 2021 • 2:33:54pm

re: #138 Dopamine Fish

That is an extremely extravagant lifestyle.

Except for the part where these people apparently don’t wear clothes (or at least budget for any).

/

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Dopamine Fish  Oct 3, 2021 • 2:34:49pm

re: #142 Eclectic Cyborg

Except for the part where these people apparently don’t wear clothes (or at least budget for any).

/

Well, let’s be honest; I don’t budget for clothes either. It’s one of those incidental expenses where when we need clothes, Mrs. Fish goes shopping, and I create a line item in the budget to pay back what she spent later.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Oct 3, 2021 • 2:38:01pm
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JOE 🥓  Oct 3, 2021 • 2:39:13pm

97 degrees in Koreatown. Closed the door.

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Cheechako  Oct 3, 2021 • 2:39:26pm

Don’t get Covid-19 in Alaska:
Crisis standards of care are now active for 20 health care facilities across Alaska

It’s the weekend…no new numbers.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Oct 3, 2021 • 2:39:52pm
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Eclectic Cyborg  Oct 3, 2021 • 2:42:05pm

re: #147 Backwoods_Sleuth

Holy CRAP.

I don’t even want to know how much practice that took.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Oct 3, 2021 • 2:49:44pm
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jaunte  Oct 3, 2021 • 2:51:44pm

re: #149 Backwoods_Sleuth

One of them appears to be a right-wing political activist. The other is a gun-toting Boogaloo guy.

It tracks. You don’t need college for that.

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retired cynic  Oct 3, 2021 • 2:53:11pm

re: #148 Eclectic Cyborg

Holy CRAP.

I don’t even want to know how much practice that took.

I’m not sure I believe it. I would like to watch in real time, as several people replied.

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PhillyPretzel  Oct 3, 2021 • 2:54:58pm

re: #151 retired cynic

Same here.

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danarchy  Oct 3, 2021 • 2:57:11pm

re: #148 Eclectic Cyborg

Holy CRAP.

I don’t even want to know how much practice that took.

pretty sure there is a little movie magic involved there

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Oct 3, 2021 • 2:57:53pm
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Backwoods_Sleuth  Oct 3, 2021 • 3:00:00pm

proud morons are everywhere

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plansbandc  Oct 3, 2021 • 3:00:24pm

Look at this pretty fellow!

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Dread Pirate Ron  Oct 3, 2021 • 3:07:45pm

huevos muertos

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Decatur Deb  Oct 3, 2021 • 3:07:50pm

NASA Hackathon.

Son2 and a randomly-picked partner just won their regional competition, have until tonight to package it for NASA’s US-wide level. (He got a $500 membership to his city’s Hackerspace, a shop full of electronics, 3d printers, and CNC machine tools.)

spaceappschallenge.org

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Oct 3, 2021 • 3:08:45pm
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FormerDirtDart 🍕🐀 No Capt'n 😷 Trips  Oct 3, 2021 • 3:08:55pm

re: #147 Backwoods_Sleuth

re: #148 Eclectic Cyborg

Holy CRAP.

I don’t even want to know how much practice that took.

re: #151 retired cynic

I’m not sure I believe it. I would like to watch in real time, as several people replied.

re: #153 danarchy

pretty sure there is a little movie magic involved there

Sorry, but that shit ain’t right.
Someone gather up a large scale and a duck.
Pretty sure we got a witch here

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Cheechako  Oct 3, 2021 • 3:10:53pm

Here’s an editorial comment from Alaska Governor Dunleavy. What a pile of BS!!! His “facts” are not quite the truth. Take a few minutes to peruse the comments at the end of the piece. The citizens are tired of being lied to. There was a recall movement against Dunleavy last year, but the signature collections collapsed due to the Covid-19 virus.

Facts matter on Alaska’s COVID-19 response
By Mike Dunleavy, Governor of Alaska

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PhillyPretzel  Oct 3, 2021 • 3:11:44pm

re: #159 Backwoods_Sleuth

That is an Oreck. They are good vacuums but they can be noisy.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Oct 3, 2021 • 3:12:47pm

re: #160 FormerDirtDart 🍕🐀 No Capt’n 😷 Trips

Sorry, but that shit ain’t right.
Someone gather up a large scale and a duck.
Pretty sure we got a witch here

MrBWS said the stick with the pens is actually a wand.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Oct 3, 2021 • 3:13:50pm
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Belafon  Oct 3, 2021 • 3:15:34pm

re: #162 PhillyPretzel

That is an Oreck. They are good vacuums but they can be noisy.

This and the chainsaw discussion above made me think of a gas powered vacuum.

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mmmirele  Oct 3, 2021 • 3:21:50pm

re: #77 FormerDirtDart 🍕🐀 No Capt’n 😷 Trips

(sigh)
This is why we can’t have nice things.

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As a constituent, she needs to understand her constituents are pissed off. I am one of them. The kids are alright. Sinema is not.

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Nojay UK  Oct 3, 2021 • 3:23:07pm

re: #165 Belafon

This and the chainsaw discussion above made me think of a gas powered vacuum.

Some of the very first vacuum cleaners were steam-powered and burned coal. Really.

I remember reading about a Victorian-era man’s wedding present to his new wife, a vacuum cleaning of their house. A horse-drawn van with the vacuum cleaner in the back pulled up outside their house and long hoses were led into the various rooms as the steam engine in the back of the van powered the vacuum pump.

Sheer luxury!

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danarchy  Oct 3, 2021 • 3:23:43pm

re: #166 mmmirele

As a constituent, she needs to understand her constituents are pissed off. I am one of them. The kids are alright. Sinema is not.

Screw that. You don’t follow someone into the bathroom with a camera. You want to ambush her on the way out, fine, but you do not follow her in that is threatening AF

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Oct 3, 2021 • 3:24:28pm
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plansbandc  Oct 3, 2021 • 3:25:08pm

re: #165 Belafon

VROOOMMMMMMMMMMMM VRRRRRRRROOOOOMMM

*Toxic waste cloud takes out operator*

fin

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jaunte  Oct 3, 2021 • 3:27:06pm

No wonder urban real estate is so expensive.

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jaunte  Oct 3, 2021 • 3:28:32pm

If it’s obviously stolen, is it still Unexplained?

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FormerDirtDart 🍕🐀 No Capt'n 😷 Trips  Oct 3, 2021 • 3:31:10pm

re: #169 Backwoods_Sleuth

I thought it was a taxidermy failure at first

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Oct 3, 2021 • 3:32:23pm

re: #146 Cheechako

Don’t get Covid-19 in Alaska:
Crisis standards of care are now active for 20 health care facilities across Alaska

It’s the weekend…no new numbers.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Oct 3, 2021 • 3:38:04pm
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Michele: Recovering Social Media Addict  Oct 3, 2021 • 3:40:50pm

re: #146 Cheechako

Don’t get Covid-19 in Alaska:
Crisis standards of care are now active for 20 health care facilities across Alaska

It’s the weekend…no new numbers.

Idaho activated crisis care a couple of weeks ago because of the covidiots. St.Luke’s is encouraging people to go to a Doc In The Box whenever possible to help reduce the load on ER staff.

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Dopamine Fish  Oct 3, 2021 • 3:40:52pm

re: #175 Backwoods_Sleuth

Isn’t Florida the state that is looking at reversing ALL vaccine mandates, including things like MMR?

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Teukka  Oct 3, 2021 • 3:47:01pm

re: #177 Dopamine Fish

Isn’t Florida the state that is looking at reversing ALL vaccine mandates, including things like MMR?

There is somene trying to get a “review” done…

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retired cynic  Oct 3, 2021 • 3:55:03pm

re: #178 Teukka

I thought he backed out after uproar?

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Colère Tueur de Lapin  Oct 3, 2021 • 3:55:28pm

Shameless promotion we went to our spectacular national mall to view the last day of the Memorial to COVID-19 victims and I published a page.

I only know of one person who passed due to covid, I’m lucky, guess.

This was a very moving mechanism to show how many have died. Pictures at link above.

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The Pie Overlord!  Oct 3, 2021 • 3:56:03pm

BLITHERING FUCKING IDIOT==>

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Love-Child of Cassandra and Sisyphus  Oct 3, 2021 • 3:56:22pm

For days I’ve been exchanging tweets with this person who is a presuppositional evangelical who, even if she means well, doesn’t seem to understand that one can presuppose something is true but that doesn’t mean it really is true:

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First As Tragedy, Then As Farce  Oct 3, 2021 • 3:56:23pm

re: #175 Backwoods_Sleuth

This, to me, is very easy to understand when you accept that the current state of the GOP is literally a cult. “Cult” is not hyperbole.

When COVID first hit, the thoroughly incompetent Dear Leader was caught off-guard, completely unprepared, and had no idea how to react to a genuine crisis during his “presidency”, so he chose to deflect and minimize it. “We have 15 cases, soon going down to zero”, etc etc. Nothing bad could happen on his watch, because that might reflect on him personally. There was nothing more important than his image.

If Trump at any point had ever publicly said, “we have to beat this COVID thing and the way we do that is by wearing masks, avoiding public gatherings, and taking a vaccine as soon as it’s available” all of his followers would have done so and COVID would have by now been a memory of 2020.

Because the country is completely broken (especially the media) and the GOP exists only to serve what it imagines would make Trump and his base of reprogrammable meat puppets happy, NOTHING THAT EXPRESSES OR IMPLIES THAT COVID IS AN ACTUALLY SERIOUS PROBLEM CAN BE ABIDED. If COVID is a real and serious problem, that means Dear Leader was wrong when he failed to treat it as a real and serious problem. Dear Leader cannot be wrong, therefore COVID was and is not a real and serious problem. This is why people die of COVID while using their last choking breath to declare that it’s a hoax.

Comparing it to seatbelt laws, second-hand smoke avoidance, or safe-sex practices misses the point entirely. GOP antivax/antimaskers are not taking a calculated risk that they arrived at rationally after “doing their own research”, regardless of what they might say. They’re just defending the ego of Dear Leader.

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Love-Child of Cassandra and Sisyphus  Oct 3, 2021 • 3:59:10pm

re: #183 First As Tragedy, Then As Farce

This, to me, is very easy to understand when you accept that the current state of the GOP is literally a cult.

Because I never pass up an opportunity to say “I told you so”:

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The Pie Overlord!  Oct 3, 2021 • 4:07:36pm

re: #181 The Pie Overlord!

BLITHERING FUCKING IDIOT==>

JFC this person’s TL is a kaleidoscope of brown acid.

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The Pie Overlord!  Oct 3, 2021 • 4:12:08pm
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JOE 🥓  Oct 3, 2021 • 4:13:37pm
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Eric The Fruit Bat  Oct 3, 2021 • 4:19:47pm

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Teukka  Oct 3, 2021 • 4:20:02pm

re: #186 The Pie Overlord!

OCR’ed the thing:
I’ve had a few interactions recently with people who refuse to get the Covid vaccine. One of their arguments is the 99% survival rate. I came up with this analogy.
You are given two choices. The first choice is to go into a room with 99 other people and draw a marble from a box.
60 people draw a blue marble. A large man then smacks them on the side of the head with a cupped fist and says they can leave. It hurts, but wears off quickly.
30 draw a red marble. They get worked over a bit more—black eye, bloody nose, split lip. But they walk out under their own steam and heal within a week.
9 draw a yellow marble. They get the shit stomped out of them. They do not walk out under their own power. Their injuries take months to heal, and some will never be back to normal.
1 draws a green marble. He’s killed—slowly, clumsily. If he’s lucky, he passes out before the shades go permanently down.
The 2nd choice? Don’t go in the room at all.
Why would anyone pick the first option?

— John Mathews

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William Lewis  Oct 3, 2021 • 4:30:19pm

Would someone please tell my guests that Sunday nights are supposed to be quiet and calm? LOL!

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Dopamine Fish  Oct 3, 2021 • 4:30:46pm

re: #190 William Lewis

Would someone please tell my guests that Sunday nights are supposed to be quiet and calm? LOL!

One word, my friend: Football.

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Dopamine Fish  Oct 3, 2021 • 4:32:22pm

re: #188 Eric The Fruit Bat

Hey, weren’t you due for an LGF makeover?

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Eric The Fruit Bat  Oct 3, 2021 • 4:32:49pm

re: #191 Dopamine Fish

One word, my friend: Football.

And the Lions should have won against Da Bears. Shit….

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ckkatz  Oct 3, 2021 • 4:33:03pm

re: #159 Backwoods_Sleuth

Nature may abhor a vacuum.
But not half as much as a cat.

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Dopamine Fish  Oct 3, 2021 • 4:34:05pm

re: #193 Eric The Fruit Bat

And the Lions should have won against Da Bears. Shit….

Oh, good. My dad will be happy.

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Eric The Fruit Bat  Oct 3, 2021 • 4:34:10pm

re: #192 Dopamine Fish

Nope - Eric The Fruit Bat lives to tweet and cause mayhem and mischief - but I am laser-focused on Apple right now. Stay tuned….

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JOE 🥓  Oct 3, 2021 • 4:39:16pm

re: #190 William Lewis

Would someone please tell my guests that Sunday nights are supposed to be quiet and calm? LOL!

Football is back.

One does not interrupt noble Romans who cheer their gladiators!

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Dopamine Fish  Oct 3, 2021 • 4:40:06pm

And I don’t follow football with much regularity, but I see the Vi-Queens are off to an 0-3 start. So much for Kirk Cousins, LOL.

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Eric The Fruit Bat  Oct 3, 2021 • 4:48:42pm

re: #198 Dopamine Fish

And I don’t follow football with much regularity, but I see the Vi-Queens are off to an 0-3 start. So much for Kirk Cousins, LOL.

when I was living in Vadnais Heights, I had NFL Network on my PS3 and would alternately root for the Motor City Kitthehs and the Vi-Queens…

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Dopamine Fish  Oct 3, 2021 • 4:49:41pm

re: #199 Eric The Fruit Bat

when I was living in Vadnais Heights, I had NFL Network on my PS3 and would alternately root for the Motor City Kitthehs and the Vi-Queens…

My dad is a Bears fan, for some reason I can’t quite fathom. He also roots for the Cubs and the Kansas City Royals in baseball. Apparently he just likes pain.

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A Mom Anon  Oct 3, 2021 • 4:51:53pm

60 minutes has a whistleblower from Facebook who has receipts. It’s a good start, digging into how this platform cashes in on hate and anger, and that is why they won’t mess with it and make it better. They know and they do not give a shit how much harm they do. If you can find it online, watch it. This whistleblower is also testifying before Congress this week, her name is Francis Houghton(I think the last name is right, or close).

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jeffreyw  Oct 3, 2021 • 4:55:16pm

re: #165 Belafon

This and the chainsaw discussion above made me think of a gas powered vacuum.

leaf blowers. We have a corded electric model that we use to vac, mulch, and bag dead leaves from the garden

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Yeah Sure WhatEVs  Oct 3, 2021 • 4:58:28pm

re: #147 Backwoods_Sleuth

That’s astounding.

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Decatur Deb  Oct 3, 2021 • 5:01:31pm

re: #201 A Mom Anon

60 minutes has a whistleblower from Facebook who has receipts. It’s a good start, digging into how this platform cashes in on hate and anger, and that is why they won’t mess with it and make it better. They know and they do not give a shit how much harm they do. If you can find it online, watch it.

Hate and anger? From a site that’s an overgrown Mean Girls chat line? Shirley you jest.

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Dopamine Fish  Oct 3, 2021 • 5:01:52pm

re: #204 Decatur Deb

Hate and anger? From a site that’s an overgrown Mean Girls chat line? Shirley you jest.

I’m not. And don’t call me Surely!

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Yeah Sure WhatEVs  Oct 3, 2021 • 5:07:30pm

re: #169 Backwoods_Sleuth

Somebody did not assemble that cat properly. It’s tab A into slot C, not D. Come on now.

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A Cranky One  Oct 3, 2021 • 5:07:56pm
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A Cranky One  Oct 3, 2021 • 5:08:37pm

re: #206 Yeah Sure WhatEVs

Somebody did not assemble that cat properly. It’s tab A into slot C, not D. Come on now.

It’s an Ikea cat.

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garzooma  Oct 3, 2021 • 5:14:11pm

re: #201 A Mom Anon

60 minutes has a whistleblower from Facebook who has receipts. It’s a good start, digging into how this platform cashes in on hate and anger, and that is why they won’t mess with it and make it better. They know and they do not give a shit how much harm they do. If you can find it online, watch it. This whistleblower is also testifying before Congress this week, her name is Francis Houghton(I think the last name is right, or close).

It’s Frances Haugen. She’ll be testifying before the Senate Commerce consumer protection subcommittee on Tuesday.

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Dread Pirate Ron  Oct 3, 2021 • 5:15:25pm
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Barefoot Grin  Oct 3, 2021 • 5:17:50pm

Super quiet around here tonight as the locals watch the return of the king as the Pats take on the Bucs.

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A Mom Anon  Oct 3, 2021 • 5:24:59pm

re: #209 garzooma

Thank yoI, lol. I was listening and putting away laundry and barely caught her name. She has over 10K pages of internal documents from Facebook’s own paid for research that state what the problem is and what can be done to at least shut most of the shit down. She’s careful to say MZ isn’t TRYING to be evil or anything, but I don’t buy it for a second. He’s a lot of things, like a fucking sociopath with a dumb ass Roman emperor haircut, but stupid and innocent aren’t on the list.

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A Cranky One  Oct 3, 2021 • 5:27:24pm

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Michele: Recovering Social Media Addict  Oct 3, 2021 • 5:38:24pm

re: #211 Barefoot Grin

Super quiet around here tonight has the locals watch the return of the king as the Pats take on the Bucs.

Let’s see. Post here or flirt with my GF via DM on twitter?. Decisions, decisions. :-)

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Dopamine Fish  Oct 3, 2021 • 5:38:42pm

re: #214 Michele: Recovering Social Media Addict

Let’s see. Post here or flirt with my GF via DM on twitter?. Decisions, decisions. :-)

Both is a good option. ;)

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No Malarkey!  Oct 3, 2021 • 5:39:36pm

Disgusting.

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Barefoot Grin  Oct 3, 2021 • 5:47:21pm

re: #214 Michele: Recovering Social Media Addict

Let’s see. Post here or flirt with my GF via DM on twitter?. Decisions, decisions. :-)

I was thinking of “around here” being my corner of New England where nearly everyone is still obsessed with Tom Brady.

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Charles Johnson  Oct 3, 2021 • 5:47:27pm
219
Belafon  Oct 3, 2021 • 5:55:08pm

re: #218 Charles Johnson

Yes, but we are a minority here. Most people don’t know that Facebook is manipulating them.

220
The Pie Overlord!  Oct 3, 2021 • 5:58:38pm

Stay mad.

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A Mom Anon  Oct 3, 2021 • 6:04:07pm

re: #219 Belafon

If my son wasn’t on there, I’d make sure I had all the contact info for the people I want to stay in touch with and delete my account today, app, book marks the whole thing. But my son is heavily invested in keeping in touch with friends using it and it’s hard to talk younger people out of it. He has been taking breaks and has deleted Instagram, but he also uses it to promote his YouTube channel which has lots of interviews of metal musicians, album reviews and show sets of different bands. I wish so badly that Facebook was a force of good and kindness, but it’s not, even when you’re really selective about where you go when there.

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The Pie Overlord!  Oct 3, 2021 • 6:04:48pm
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Dopamine Fish  Oct 3, 2021 • 6:07:45pm

Tragedy has finally struck.

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A hollow voice says Vaccinate the world!  Oct 3, 2021 • 6:09:23pm

re: #220 The Pie Overlord!

Stay mad.

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I like the title: “Letter to the Pulitzer Prizes.” As if they awarded themselves without human agency. And could, if they would, rescind themselves.

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A Cranky One  Oct 3, 2021 • 6:09:36pm

Test takers busted for using Bluetooth connected flip-flops to cheat.

boingboing.net

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Dread Pirate Ron  Oct 3, 2021 • 6:10:40pm
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A hollow voice says Vaccinate the world!  Oct 3, 2021 • 6:11:38pm

re: #223 Dopamine Fish

Tragedy has finally struck.

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Dopamine Fish  Oct 3, 2021 • 6:13:08pm

re: #227 A hollow voice says Vaccinate the world!

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Patricia Kayden  Oct 3, 2021 • 6:14:55pm
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Belafon  Oct 3, 2021 • 6:17:16pm
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retired cynic  Oct 3, 2021 • 6:17:27pm

re: #228 Dopamine Fish

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Belafon  Oct 3, 2021 • 6:17:53pm

re: #229 Patricia Kayden

That’s my idea, Bill, but you definitely have a bigger audience.

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Rightwingconspirator  Oct 3, 2021 • 6:17:57pm

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Belafon  Oct 3, 2021 • 6:18:13pm

re: #222 The Pie Overlord!

Look who they share an anniversary day with:

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William Lewis  Oct 3, 2021 • 6:19:20pm

re: #223 Dopamine Fish

Tragedy has finally struck.

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Eventual Carrion  Oct 3, 2021 • 6:22:57pm

re: #117 The Pie Overlord!

Look at this Liddle Hitlerjugend.

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Same talk I hear from Muslim radicals, hmmmm

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gwangung  Oct 3, 2021 • 6:24:59pm

re: #234 Belafon

Well, then it’s a REALLY auspicious day, then.

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A Three Hour Tour  Oct 3, 2021 • 6:36:21pm

re: #223 Dopamine Fish

Tragedy has finally struck.

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Socially distant virtual hugs for the Fishfolk.
I’m sorry your family is going through this. You tried your best to persuade them to get vaccinated. You and Mrs Fish did what you could.

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sagehen  Oct 3, 2021 • 6:39:37pm

re: #201 A Mom Anon

60 minutes has a whistleblower from Facebook who has receipts. It’s a good start, digging into how this platform cashes in on hate and anger, and that is why they won’t mess with it and make it better. They know and they do not give a shit how much harm they do. If you can find it online, watch it. This whistleblower is also testifying before Congress this week, her name is Francis Houghton(I think the last name is right, or close).

I live to serve.

Facebook Whistleblower Frances Haugen: The 60 Minutes Interview

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Yeah Sure WhatEVs  Oct 3, 2021 • 6:42:12pm

re: #228 Dopamine Fish

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sagehen  Oct 3, 2021 • 6:43:31pm

re: #222 The Pie Overlord!

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Say Hey (I Love You)

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A Mom Anon  Oct 3, 2021 • 6:46:53pm

re: #223 Dopamine Fish

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jeffreyw  Oct 3, 2021 • 7:23:30pm

re: #194 ckkatz

Nature may abhor a vacuum.
But not half as much as a cat.

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TedStriker  Oct 3, 2021 • 7:42:32pm

re: #219 Belafon

Yes, but we are a minority here. Most people don’t know that Facebook is manipulating them.

And some have to know FB is manipulating them, but JDGAF.

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austin_blue  Oct 4, 2021 • 9:21:10am

re: #110 jeffreyw

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Video

Can anyone ID these birds?

They look like lesser goldfinches.


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