The Great Julian Lage: “Twilight Surfer”

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Artist: Julian Lage
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1
William Lewis  Nov 29, 2021 • 8:38:21pm

Just when you think Dave Grohl can’t surprise you…

SURPRISE!!!

Kurstin x Grohl: The Hanukkah Sessions 2021: Night One

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BigPapa  Nov 29, 2021 • 8:41:29pm

Lage is silky smooth with a little eclectic.

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darthstar  Nov 29, 2021 • 8:42:31pm

This is cool…after the Loma Prieta earthquake in 1989, the Caltrans workers fixing the fallen section of the bridge contracted with a blacksmith in Oakland to create a troll to protect the bridge span after it was repaired. It did its job for 24 years.

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jaunte  Nov 29, 2021 • 8:47:15pm

But how does Finland then punish people for the sin of poverty?

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jaunte  Nov 29, 2021 • 9:07:17pm
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Dave In Austin  Nov 29, 2021 • 9:08:45pm

I’m taking apart the Data Center tonight

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BigPapa  Nov 29, 2021 • 9:10:17pm

re: #6 Dave In Austin

Wow. I hope you have a lot of coffee and velcro.

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BigPapa  Nov 29, 2021 • 9:15:38pm

-

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BigPapa  Nov 29, 2021 • 9:17:14pm

I hope all those LC’s have caps on them..

But I am pleased to report the Ratatouille came out good. The roux in the sauce helped get caramelization on the bottom and I finished the top with a broil. Caramelized on top and bottom. Not mushy. Over garlic toast. I finished some slices of zuch/courgette/squash on a pizza pan till it got dry and crispy almost like potato chip and that was the garnish.

Wife Unit is wiggling her feet which is an indicator of happiness.

Ratatouille Fin
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Dave In Austin  Nov 29, 2021 • 9:23:00pm

re: #7 BigPapa

Wow. I hope you have a lot of coffee and velcro.

I seem to be developing more and more Velcro the further I go.

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BigPapa  Nov 29, 2021 • 9:31:20pm

re: #10 Dave In Austin

I seem to be developing more and more Velcro the further I go.

We buy it by the 300m roll. Sorry, 666 feet. The Bindings of Beazlebub!

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danarchy  Nov 29, 2021 • 9:31:52pm

re: #11 BigPapa

We buy it by the 300m roll. Sorry, 666 feet. The Bindings of Beazlebub!

better than zip ties

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Dave In Austin  Nov 29, 2021 • 9:36:24pm

re: #11 BigPapa

This is a slash and burn decom…..

She all went to the cloud Captain!

I’ll be looking for a new enterprise in 2 weeks. I’m getting to old for this shit.

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Shiplord Kirel: Fan of Big Bird, Bert, and Ernie  Nov 29, 2021 • 9:37:15pm

Comint:
Got an email from TFG tonight. For $30, I can join the rest of his marks in demanding that Biden resign in disgrace.

I would pay $30, or in fact a great deal more, to see federal marshals frogmarch his traitorous ass to prison.

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Dave In Austin  Nov 29, 2021 • 9:37:45pm
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retired cynic  Nov 29, 2021 • 9:39:57pm

re: #15 Dave In Austin

We had a sooper sekrit stash of paregoric that we kept hidden, to use on foals with diarrhea. It was the best stuff.

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jaunte  Nov 29, 2021 • 9:40:08pm

re: #15 Dave In Austin

The dreaded glass stick.

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TedStriker  Nov 29, 2021 • 9:44:34pm

re: #10 Dave In Austin

I seem to be developing more and more Velcro the further I go.

re: #11 BigPapa

We buy it by the 300m roll. Sorry, 666 feet. The Bindings of Beazlebub!

re: #12 danarchy

better than zip ties

Zip ties, I use inside equipment (like PC cases) or semi-permanently for external cabling (to shorten up cables); hook-and-loop ties, I use just for external cable management.

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Targetpractice  Nov 29, 2021 • 9:46:38pm

So while I slept today, Trumpy Barbie reminded us why we’re not to take her seriously:

“What is he doing?” she asked. “I mean, I was asked ad nauseam about President Trump anytime he did not wear a mask and follow-ups and aggressive reporters. Where was the question from the press when President Biden just said wear a mask, why weren’t you doing so on Nantucket?”

Key difference, Kelly: Pres. Biden hasn’t gone around declaring that masks don’t work and that there’s no point in wearing them, while medical experts have said that so long as you are vaccinated (which, AFAIK, everybody was at this dinner) then it is recommended but not required to wear a mask at get togethers this holiday season.

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Dave In Austin  Nov 29, 2021 • 9:50:42pm

re: #16 retired cynic

We had a sooper sekrit stash of paregoric that we kept hidden, to use on foals with diarrhea. It was the best stuff.

There was a Flu epidemic in the late 50’s or early 60’s and we all got sick sick…… The Doc prescribed Paregoric for the cramps.

I’m 67 now and when I see or hear the word I start to salivate. My lord. there is nothing that compares to that taste. And trying to chug that foulness down. Tincture of Morphine

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retired cynic  Nov 29, 2021 • 9:52:11pm

re: #20 Dave In Austin

We held their noses and squirted it down. I don’t think they liked it much, either! When that gallon jug ran out, we tried other things fruitlessly for the rest of our decades of raising horses.

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Dave In Austin  Nov 29, 2021 • 9:53:33pm

re: #21 retired cynic

Mom mixed a teaspoon into a 6 oz glass of water. GaaaaaH!

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retired cynic  Nov 29, 2021 • 9:54:39pm

re: #22 Dave In Austin

eeeewwwwww

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Dave In Austin  Nov 29, 2021 • 9:58:21pm

re: #23 retired cynic

As kids, I have 2 older siblings we had a a “Special” pot that we kept by the bed if we were sick.

We called it……… THE VOMITER.

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retired cynic  Nov 29, 2021 • 10:01:36pm

re: #24 Dave In Austin

I’m sorry!

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Anymouse 🌹🏡😷  Nov 29, 2021 • 10:04:37pm

re: #16 retired cynic

We had a sooper sekrit stash of paregoric that we kept hidden, to use on foals with diarrhea. It was the best stuff.

Paregoric was put on the DEA’s Schedule III in 1970. Mixtures containing kaolin and pectin were still permitted to sell over-the-counter under Schedule V until the FDA banned kaolin and pectin in anti-diarrheals, effectively banning paregoric without a prescription.

Via Wikipedia:

The principal active ingredient in paregoric is powdered opium. In the United States the formula for Paregoric, U.S.P. is tincture of opium 40 ml, anise oil 4 ml, benzoic acid 4 g, camphor 4 g, glycerin 40 ml, alcohol 450 ml, purified water 450 ml, diluted alcohol to 1000 ml, and contains the equivalent of 0.4 mg/ml of anhydrous morphine; one ounce of paregoric contains 129.6 mg (2 grains) of powdered opium, or the equivalent of 13 mg of anhydrous morphine. The average adult dose is 4 ml by mouth which corresponds to 16 mg of opium, or 1.6 mg of anhydrous morphine.

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retired cynic  Nov 29, 2021 • 10:05:51pm

re: #26 Anymouse 🌹🏡😷

yep

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Targetpractice  Nov 29, 2021 • 10:07:39pm

So I see Boebert decided to move to the next stage of the “non-apology apology” political theater: Bitching aloud and painting herself as the “victim” because the person she attacked wouldn’t accept her “apology.”

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Anymouse 🌹🏡😷  Nov 29, 2021 • 10:19:03pm

NY Times Columnist Unsure Why ‘The Feminist Movement’ Has To Be So Feminist About Everything (Wonkette)

If there is anything the New York Times loves, it is a good op-ed about how the Democratic Party or the left in general would do well to abandon causes and issues that matter to them, in hopes of becoming more palatable to Republicans who are never going to vote for them anyway. They also love a bad op-ed on this particular subject, as is traditionally the case.

This weekend, we were gifted a meandering essay from columnist Tish Harrison Warren titled “Why The Feminist Movement Needs Pro-Life People,” which, rudely, was not subtitled “Like A Hole In The Head.” Warren is a priest in the Anglican Church in North America, which is far more conservative than the Episcopal Church and which, notably, opposes same-sex marriage.

The gist of it is simple: feminists should stop making reproductive rights and bodily autonomy such an issue, so that we can include people who think they are feminists despite their desire to force us to give birth against our will.

Warren starts off the op-ed by talking about how she herself has been a feminist since college.

(more)

She has no feminist credentials. She is an Anglican priest. The Anglican Church in the USA (not the Episcopalian Church) is opposed to both abortion and LGBT+ rights.

The article goes on into her other bad ideas.

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Dread Pirate Ron  Nov 29, 2021 • 10:24:01pm
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Anymouse 🌹🏡😷  Nov 29, 2021 • 10:29:59pm

re: #30 Dread Pirate Ron

He needs to yeet the beard. That is a known risk factor for Covid-19.

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A hollow voice says Vaccinate the world!  Nov 29, 2021 • 10:45:53pm

re: #31 Anymouse 🌹🏡😷

He needs to yeet the beard. That is a known risk factor for Covid-19.

He’s been using that same photo for at least six years.

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Anymouse 🌹🏡😷  Nov 29, 2021 • 10:47:01pm

re: #32 A hollow voice says Vaccinate the world!

He’s been using that same photo for at least six years.

He’s found an anti-ageing secret? /s

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Anymouse 🌹🏡😷  Nov 29, 2021 • 11:18:53pm

Site dos EUA publica reportagem que liga clube de tiro .38, indústria de armas nos EUA, Bolsonaro e Adélio (Brasil247, in Portuguese)

A publicação aponta Júlia Zanatta, porta-voz do .38 e filiada ao PL (novo partido de Bolsonaro), como elo com a extrema direita norte-americana (Steve Bannon) e um clube de tiro de Nebraska que exibe sinais de idolatria ao nazismo

The publication singles out Júlia Zanatta, spokesperson for .38 and an affiliate of the PL (Bolsonaro’s new party), as a link with the American extreme right (Steve Bannon) and a shooting club in Nebraska that shows signs of Nazi ideology.

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ckkatz  Nov 29, 2021 • 11:46:05pm

So Amazon, in its infinite wisdom sent me email adverts for the “The Elder Scrolls: The Official Cookbook” and the “The Necronomnomnom: Recipes and Rites from the Lore of H. P. Lovecraft”.

That is a large ‘Nope’. Not even interested in finding out what is in them, thank you.

It was probably set off by my looking at the D&D cookbook, that I think was mentioned here some time ago. Amazon also was huckstering some Lord of The Rings cookbooks.

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ckkatz  Nov 30, 2021 • 12:00:22am

Was just reading a Consumer Reports article on a new useful computer service “Fake auto-generated email addresses”. These services try to shield users from data aggregation techniques used by marketers.

Apparently Apple ‘Sign In with Apple” and Firefox Relay can be set up to generate fake email addresses when you need to cough up an email address for a coupon or to sign up for something. Consumer Reports also mentioned several third party services as well including 10MinuteMail, Temp-Mail, Minute Inbox, and EmailOnDeck.

According to CR, these services will auto-generate the fake email and then track and forward responses to your regular email. You can also expire emails so that responses are sent to /dev/null.

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ckkatz  Nov 30, 2021 • 12:11:38am

On the discussion last thread about the Texas father who reportedly shot and killed his daughter while hunting.

In both the Virginia and Pennsylvania Hunter Safety courses, discussions on completely verifying your target before aiming and firing are emphasized. The topic in both states, when I took the courses, included discussing one of the incidents where a father shot his child while hunting.

Personally, the thought of a parent killing their child truly horrifies me.

Interestingly, the Va State course of about 15 years ago included a section hunter visibility. It demonstrated how the officially required bright-orange clothing was still not that eye-catchingly visible in woods.

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ckkatz  Nov 30, 2021 • 12:16:57am

Hmm, I finally catch up and it’s time to head to bed. G’night all!

And the requisite Dad joke:

How did two arsonists hook up?

A match on tinder.

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FormerDirtDart 🍕🐀 No Capt'n 😷 Trips  Nov 30, 2021 • 12:34:21am
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Targetpractice  Nov 30, 2021 • 12:34:40am

re: #29 Anymouse 🌹🏡😷

NY Times Columnist Unsure Why ‘The Feminist Movement’ Has To Be So Feminist About Everything (Wonkette)

(more)

She has no feminist credentials. She is an Anglican priest. The Anglican Church in the USA (not the Episcopalian Church) is opposed to both abortion and LGBT+ rights.

The article goes on into her other bad ideas.

All I’m reading in that op-ed is the usual argument you hear on Faux at least once a week: “Feminists are hurting women!” Like all conservative arguments, the idea is always that the other side is the one that has to “compromise” to appease you rather than an actual compromise where you meet them halfway. The people she wants to work with (or so she claims) do not argue that she has to support abortion or that she even has to agree with it, they only say that she has to be opposed to laws that ban abortion. And like all of the “pro-life” crowd, that’s always impossible because they view anything other than bans as support for “baby-killing.” She even gets that “a lot of people support limits on abortion” jazz, which is supposed to be read as support for her side rather than the other side trying to reach a position that makes everybody comfortable.

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Dave In Austin  Nov 30, 2021 • 1:46:50am
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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Nov 30, 2021 • 1:55:26am

re: #41 Dave In Austin

They pay to be a Fascist?

You get a frameable membership certificate and Secret Decoder Ring.

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Targetpractice  Nov 30, 2021 • 1:56:06am

re: #42 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

You get a frameable membership certificate and Secret Decoder Ring.

“Be sure to drink your Ovaltine.”

//

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Dave In Austin  Nov 30, 2021 • 2:03:28am

re: #42 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

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JC1  Nov 30, 2021 • 2:11:48am

This is somewhat concerning.
Moderna CEO thinks that vaccine effectiveness will drop vs Omicron, and that the virus is more infectious than Delta.

nbcnewyork.com

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Anymouse 🌹🏡😷  Nov 30, 2021 • 2:12:11am

How a Flagship’s Plan on Diversity Drew the Ire of the Governor (The Chronicle of Higher Education, November 24, 2021)

A plan to acknowledge and dismantle systemic racism at the University of Nebraska at Lincoln has become the latest punching bag for Republican politicians in the state. One of them, gubernatorial candidate Jim Pillen, is also a University of Nebraska regent.

(more, paywalled)

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Decatur Deb  Nov 30, 2021 • 2:16:45am

re: #6 Dave In Austin

I’m taking apart the Data Center tonight

[Embedded content]

Is it singing “Daisy”?

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Love-Child of Cassandra and Sisyphus  Nov 30, 2021 • 2:16:55am
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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Nov 30, 2021 • 2:17:51am

re: #46 Anymouse 🌹🏡😷

A plan to acknowledge and dismantle systemic racism at the University of Nebraska at Lincoln has become the latest punching bag for Republican politicians in the state.

Because CRT is all about systemic racism and it cannot be allowed to rear its ugly head…

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Anymouse 🌹🏡😷  Nov 30, 2021 • 2:20:04am

And stay out.

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sagehen  Nov 30, 2021 • 2:25:37am
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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Nov 30, 2021 • 2:33:32am

re: #51 sagehen

On Moishe, On Herschel, on Schlomo!!!

Hanukkah Harry - Saturday Night Live

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Dangerman  Nov 30, 2021 • 3:15:06am

re: #37 ckkatz

On the discussion last thread about the Texas father who reportedly shot and killed his daughter while hunting.

In both the Virginia and Pennsylvania Hunter Safety courses, discussions on completely verifying your target before aiming and firing are emphasized. The topic in both states, when I took the courses, included discussing one of the incidents where a father shot his child while hunting.

Personally, the thought of a parent killing their child truly horrifies me.

Interestingly, the Va State course of about 15 years ago included a section hunter visibility. It demonstrated how the officially required bright-orange clothing was still not that eye-catchingly visible in woods.

They need to be prosecuted and lose their 2a rights. They are demonstrably irresponsible.

“He’s suffered enough” is not effective or enough.
Want proof?
It keeps happening

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Nov 30, 2021 • 3:19:07am

re: #53 Dangerman

They need to be prosecuted and lose their 2a rights. They are demonstrably irresponsible.

“He’s suffered enough” is not effective or enough.
Want proof?
It keeps happening

“He suffered enough” is the old argument of the man who kills his parents and throws himself on the mercy of the court as an orphan.

He is clearly dangerously careless, to the point that the “well regulated” aspect of the 2A takes precedent over the “right to bear arms” part.

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Dangerman  Nov 30, 2021 • 3:20:35am

re: #36 ckkatz

Was just reading a Consumer Reports article on a new useful computer service “Fake auto-generated email addresses”. These services try to shield users from data aggregation techniques used by marketers.

Apparently Apple ‘Sign In with Apple” and Firefox Relay can be set up to generate fake email addresses when you need to cough up an email address for a coupon or to sign up for something. Consumer Reports also mentioned several third party services as well including 10MinuteMail, Temp-Mail, Minute Inbox, and EmailOnDeck.

According to CR, these services will auto-generate the fake email and then track and forward responses to your regular email. You can also expire emails so that responses are sent to /dev/null.

Gmail has had this for a long time

Throwaways:
sign up for a newsletter or site
corral all that unwanted mail AND
Track who they give your email address too

Simply add a + to the end of your username, before the “@” to create infinite variations of your Gmail address.

Ie username+junkmail@gmail.com

you can then filter messages containing “username+junkmail” into your junk or trash folder

This isn’t just useful for filtering junk — it allows you to create an infinite variety of email addresses for all your various roles in life while maintaining a single login for all of them.

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Dangerman  Nov 30, 2021 • 3:22:55am

re: #54 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

“He suffered enough” is the old argument of the man who kills his parents and throws himself on the mercy of the court as an orphan.

He is clearly dangerously careless, to the point that the “well regulated” aspect of the 2A takes precedent over the “right to bear” arms part.

Yes and fine with a jury deciding that.
Not the local police / prosecutors.

They must go through the system

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jeffreyw  Nov 30, 2021 • 3:40:52am

Big Smile!

Good morning!

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Dave In Austin  Nov 30, 2021 • 3:43:25am
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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Nov 30, 2021 • 3:54:08am

re: #56 Dangerman

Yes and fine with a jury deciding that.
Not the local police / prosecutors.

They must go through the system

Just like Rittenhouse and Zimmermann

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darthstar  Nov 30, 2021 • 4:03:35am

re: #6 Dave In Austin

I’m taking apart the Data Center tonight

[Embedded content]

Don’t cut the red wire.

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The Squire of Logos  Nov 30, 2021 • 4:07:57am

re: #60 darthstar

Don’t cut the red wire.

What’s the old joke?

Step1: Expose the red and blue wires.
Step2: Cut the red wire.
Step3: But first, cut the blue wire.

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darthstar  Nov 30, 2021 • 4:08:38am

re: #59 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

Just like Rittenhouse and Zimmermann

Maybe, but the guy shot his kid. IMO he hasn’t suffered enough.

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Dopamine Fish  Nov 30, 2021 • 4:09:11am

re: #61 The Squire of Logos

What’s the old joke?

Step1: Expose the red and blue wires.
Step2: Cut the red wire.
Step3: But first, cut the blue wire.

What happens if they’re all red?

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The Squire of Logos  Nov 30, 2021 • 4:10:23am

re: #63 Dopamine Fish

What happens if they’re all red?

Boom!?

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Shropshire Slasher  Nov 30, 2021 • 4:12:44am

re: #61 The Squire of Logos

What’s the old joke?

Step1: Expose the red and blue wires.
Step2: Cut the red wire.
Step3: But first, cut the blue wire.

Awesome M.A.S.H. episode!

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Nov 30, 2021 • 4:19:13am

re: #61 The Squire of Logos

What’s the old joke?

Step1: Expose the red and blue wires.
Step2: Cut the red wire.
Step3: But first, cut the blue wire.

Our 4th Grade teacher gave us something like that (without the explosives) which contained the instructions to READ EVERYTHING FIRST before starting….

Germans grow up with this lesson as you the whole sentence read have to until you at the very end of the sentence to the main verb get (that is normal German syntax).

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dat_said  Nov 30, 2021 • 4:27:18am

re: #57 jeffreyw

I must be tired this morning. My first thought wasn’t “big smile”. It was “bikini wax”.

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jeffreyw  Nov 30, 2021 • 4:28:22am

re: #67 dat_said

I must be tired this morning. My first thought wasn’t “big smile”. It was “bikini wax”.

LOL

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Nov 30, 2021 • 4:29:20am

re: #67 dat_said

I must be tired this morning. My first thought wasn’t “big smile”. It was “bikini wax”.

Balls in the air-o

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Anymouse 🌹🏡😷  Nov 30, 2021 • 4:36:28am

Maine Republican anti-vaxxer and anti-masker resigned his political post after his wife died of Covid-19.

GOP lawmaker cites wife’s COVID-19 death in resigning Aroostook County seat (Bangor Daily News, yesterday)

An Aroostook County lawmaker resigned from the Legislature earlier this month, citing a need to focus on his farm after his wife died of COVID-19 this summer.

Rep. Chris Johansen’s resignation was effective Nov. 19, according to a letter to Maine House Speaker Ryan Fecteau, D-Biddeford, on that day. The Monticello Republican said he was able to serve because his wife, Cindy Johansen, was dedicated to their farm before her August death.

“This is a difficult decision to make, as I feel there is still much to be done to roll back the expansion of state power that we have witnessed these past two years,” Johansen wrote. “But I must honor my obligations to my family and my animals.”

(more)

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Nov 30, 2021 • 4:45:26am

re: #70 Anymouse 🌹🏡😷

Maine Republican anti-vaxxer and anti-masker resigned his political post after his wife died of Covid-19.

too bad (about his wife)…

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Anymouse 🌹🏡😷  Nov 30, 2021 • 4:49:01am

re: #71 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

too bad (about his wife)…

She was an anti-vaxxer as well. From the same article:

Cindy Johansen’s death was highly publicized after she and her husband were vocal critics of pandemic restrictions, vaccines and masking requirements on social media. Both were unvaccinated when they contracted the virus in mid-July. Cindy Johansen’s struggle with the virus was chronicled in a series of Facebook posts.

Chris Johansen refused to wear masks or socially distance in the Maine Legislature.

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Patricia Kayden  Nov 30, 2021 • 4:52:15am

re: #72 Anymouse 🌹🏡😷

No sympathy from me. Sorry. I’ll save my sympathy for those who died from the pandemic despite getting vaccinated.

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steve_davis  Nov 30, 2021 • 4:58:16am

re: #70 Anymouse 🌹🏡😷

Maine Republican anti-vaxxer and anti-masker resigned his political post after his wife died of Covid-19.

GOP lawmaker cites wife’s COVID-19 death in resigning Aroostook County seat (Bangor Daily News, yesterday)

(more)

And with his wife dead, he’ll have much more time to honor his obligations to his animals.

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Yeah Sure WhatEVs  Nov 30, 2021 • 4:59:29am

Good article about Jack leaving Twitter.

I’m not the only one that has argued that Facebook’s biggest problem isn’t divisive content, hate speech, or misinformation. Facebook’s biggest problem is Mark Zuckerberg. Not only does he exert total control over the direction of the company, but Zuckerberg is also unable to see the company for what it actually is—leading him to make decisions that have consequences in the real world.

Even in the case of Twitter, where Dorsey was known to have delegated most decisions to his deputies anyway, it’s important to have someone with the skills, character, experience, and desire to actually lead the company.

The point is that when a founder lacks whatever it takes to lead a company beyond where it is today, that founder becomes—as Dorsey put it—a single point of failure. That might sound harsh, but it’s true, and it’s an important lesson for every leader.

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Yeah Sure WhatEVs  Nov 30, 2021 • 5:01:29am

re: #70 Anymouse 🌹🏡😷

Maine Republican anti-vaxxer and anti-masker resigned his political post after his wife died of Covid-19.

GOP lawmaker cites wife’s COVID-19 death in resigning Aroostook County seat (Bangor Daily News, yesterday)

(more)

re: #74 steve_davis

And with his wife dead, he’ll have much more time to honor his obligations to his animals.

So he’s still anti vax and anti mask then? Republican, through and through.

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Belafon  Nov 30, 2021 • 5:03:50am
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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Nov 30, 2021 • 5:07:57am

re: #72 Anymouse 🌹🏡😷

She was an anti-vaxxer as well. From the same article:

Chris Johansen refused to wear masks or socially distance in the Maine Legislature.

Then f*** ‘em both…

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Nov 30, 2021 • 5:09:20am

re: #77 Belafon

Christmas at the White House. The Bidens turned the gingerbread White House into a village this year, honoring frontline workers who helped during the pandemic. A gingerbread warehouse, school, grocery store, post office, fire, police and gas stations, and a hospital were added.

Surprised Trump didn’t display a gingerbread casino…stuffed with laundered money from Azerbaijan

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Nov 30, 2021 • 5:13:09am

re: #75 Yeah Sure WhatEVs

The point is that when a founder lacks whatever it takes to lead a company beyond where it is today, that founder becomes—as Dorsey put it—a single point of failure. That might sound harsh, but it’s true, and it’s an important lesson for every leader.

When all authority and decision-making comes directly from the top, then all responsibility (especially for failures) must necessarily flow back there.

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No Malarkey!  Nov 30, 2021 • 5:20:38am

The latest dead anti-vaxxer is an Austrian who gave himself a bleach enema. sorryantivaxxer.com

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Anymouse 🌹🏡😷  Nov 30, 2021 • 5:28:03am
A Waterville (ME) osteopathic doctor with a lengthy history of medical misconduct has been suspended from practice for 30 days for spreading misinformation about COVID-19 and signing off on vaccine exemption letters that a regulatory board found questionable.

(more)

He has been suspended for thirty days.

Waterville doctor suspended for spreading COVID-19 misinformation (Portland, ME. Press-Herald, yesterday)

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Nov 30, 2021 • 5:33:25am

re: #81 No Malarkey!

The latest dead anti-vaxxer is an Austrian who gave himself a bleach enema. sorryantivaxxer.com

Like Trump, he fails to distinguish between germs and viruses outside the body and how to treat them vs. ones already inside the body.

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Anymouse 🌹🏡😷  Nov 30, 2021 • 5:41:04am

Sunrise. It’s that time (bedtime). Catch y’all later.

Complaints > /dev null # for faster service
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Belafon  Nov 30, 2021 • 5:46:05am
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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Nov 30, 2021 • 5:50:43am

re: #85 Belafon

We can assume that all the Covid figures coming from Russia are highly “doctored”.

Their health care system was a shambles even before the pandemic and was in to position to be able to deal with case loads that have brought much better funded and equipped health care systems in other nations to the limits of their capacity.

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Belafon  Nov 30, 2021 • 5:52:10am
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Belafon  Nov 30, 2021 • 5:54:14am
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Sherlock Hound  Nov 30, 2021 • 5:56:31am

re: #81 No Malarkey!

The latest dead anti-vaxxer is an Austrian who gave himself a bleach enema. sorryantivaxxer.com

Some poor child didn’t get bleached. That’s something.

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Sherlock Hound  Nov 30, 2021 • 6:00:25am

re: #73 Patricia Kayden

No sympathy from me. Sorry. I’ll save my sympathy for those who died from the pandemic despite getting vaccinated.

Republicans and libertarians bitch all the time about government overreach and lack of “accountability”. But they sure hold on hard to their seats and do their best to hide how their policies are made—and who makes them!

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Sherlock Hound  Nov 30, 2021 • 6:02:10am

re: #74 steve_davis

And with his wife dead, he’ll have much more time to honor his obligations to his animals.

To quote Tom Lehrer, he’ll practice animal husbandry until he’s caught at it.
//

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Dangerman  Nov 30, 2021 • 6:09:54am

re: #59 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

Just like Rittenhouse and Zimmermann

We, as the public, may not get justice
At least we get a chance at justice

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Dangerman  Nov 30, 2021 • 6:11:43am

re: #61 The Squire of Logos

What’s the old joke?

Step1: Expose the red and blue wires.
Step2: Cut the red wire.
Step3: But first, cut the blue wire.

Isn’t it amazing that every bomb maker and every single bomb design sticks strictly to the same color pattern

I can’t get an electrician to be consistent through my one house

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Dangerman  Nov 30, 2021 • 6:14:09am

re: #67 dat_said

I must be tired this morning. My first thought wasn’t “big smile”. It was “bikini wax”.

I’m not proud…or tired

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Targetpractice  Nov 30, 2021 • 6:14:31am

re: #58 Dave In Austin

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Once again showing that, despite the best efforts of the legacy media, polishing a turd still leaves you with a turd.

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gocart mozart  Nov 30, 2021 • 6:19:53am

Rod is trying to branch out from writing about pee pees and vagagas to writing about assholes (not the GOP politico kind). Man’s got range.

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Targetpractice  Nov 30, 2021 • 6:22:57am

re: #60 darthstar

Don’t cut the red wire.

But what if the choice is between the blue with white striped wire and the black with yellow striped wire where my only light source is a green glow stick?

/movie geek

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Nov 30, 2021 • 6:24:48am

re: #96 gocart mozart

I overheard some students talking about eating ass the other day, but unlike Rod Dreher the prospect of college students eating ass didn’t trigger an existential crisis.

we talked about doing a lot of things in college…and part of the reason we talked about them was just to get a rise out of clueless bigots

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Dangerman  Nov 30, 2021 • 6:25:05am

Hours before the deadly attack on the US Capitol this year, Donald Trump made several calls from the White House to top lieutenants at the Willard hotel in Washington and talked about ways to stop the certification of Joe Biden’s election win from taking place on 6 January.

The former president first told the lieutenants his vice-president, Mike Pence, was reluctant to go along with the plan to commandeer his largely ceremonial role at the joint session of Congress in a way that would allow Trump to retain the presidency for a second term.

But as Trump relayed to them the situation with Pence, he pressed his lieutenants about how to stop Biden’s certification from taking place on 6 January, and delay the certification process to get alternate slates of electors for Trump sent to Congress

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Dopamine Fish  Nov 30, 2021 • 6:25:23am

re: #97 Targetpractice

But what if the choice is between the blue with white striped wire and the black with yellow striped wire where my only light source is a green glow stick?

/movie geek

My mind immediately went to a slightly older video game called “Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes”, a game for two people where one person has a view of a bomb and one person has an incredibly complex bomb defusal manual, and they’re supposed to communicate about what they’re seeing on the bomb and the instructions for defusing each panel.

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Belafon  Nov 30, 2021 • 6:36:34am
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Belafon  Nov 30, 2021 • 6:37:34am
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Mattand  Nov 30, 2021 • 6:39:10am

re: #101 Belafon

re: #102 Belafon

These two stories should be the headline on every newspaper/news site in the goddamned country.

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Colère Tueur de Lapin  Nov 30, 2021 • 6:39:28am

Everything Rod sees as another portent of the Apocalypse is 40 years old. None of this is new on college campuses. Reading the comments is the best part of that article. pearls clutched - couches fainted upon, etc. The atheist elites and so on.

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Dangerman  Nov 30, 2021 • 6:39:31am

re: #102 Belafon

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And the parents let their kids go to the dance maskless

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Shropshire Slasher  Nov 30, 2021 • 6:43:47am
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Mattand  Nov 30, 2021 • 6:44:19am

re: #104 Colère Tueur de Lapin

Everything Rod sees as another portent of the Apocalypse is 40 years old. None of this is new on college campuses. Reading the comments is the best part of that article. pearls clutched - couches fainted upon, etc. The atheist elites and so on.

Ass eating has always been a major pillar of out ee-vul agenda, along with baby eating and those “Your auto warranty is about to expire” robocalls.

Soon, my pretties; soon…

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lawhawk  Nov 30, 2021 • 6:47:41am

re: #99 Dangerman

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Dangerman  Nov 30, 2021 • 6:49:25am
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) blasted Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) after the South Carolina lawmaker criticized Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) for an anti-muslim remark Boebert made about Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN), The Hill reports.

Tweeted Greene: “She is the trash in the GOP Conference. Never attacked by Democrats or RINO’s (same thing) because she is not conservative, she’s pro-abort.”

She seems nice

Intraparty civil war brewing?

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lawhawk  Nov 30, 2021 • 6:50:02am

Trump carried out an armed insurrection to overthrow the election and failed. The GOP isn’t going to make the same mistakes next time. They’re going to throw the election for the GOP by taking over the apparatus at the state and local election to call elections in their favor and overruling the will of the people.

These are fucking fascists and the government and justice system are incapable of dealing with this kind of systematic and systemic threat in anything resembling a matter of urgency.

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A hollow voice says Vaccinate the world!  Nov 30, 2021 • 6:53:27am

re: #45 JC1

This is somewhat concerning.
Moderna CEO thinks that vaccine effectiveness will drop vs Omicron, and that the virus is more infectious than Delta.

nbcnewyork.com

He’s a veterinarian. Possibly with an interest in pessimistic evaluations — sells more product.

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lawhawk  Nov 30, 2021 • 6:57:55am

re: #109 Dangerman

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A hollow voice says Vaccinate the world!  Nov 30, 2021 • 7:00:31am

re: #57 jeffreyw

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Good morning!

Western good morning!

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Eclectic Cyborg  Nov 30, 2021 • 7:01:38am

re: #102 Belafon

“dies unexpectedly”

He was at an indoor event for an extended period of time in close proximity to a bunch of young (unvaccinated) people and no one was wearing masks. Not to mention he was probably not vaccinated himself.

If someone knowingly and willingly takes NO measures to prevent themselves from a deadly disease, is it really fair to say they “died unexpectedly”?

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Nojay UK  Nov 30, 2021 • 7:04:34am

re: #114 Eclectic Cyborg

Actually it was an outdoor event, mostly and the principal was himself vaccinated at the time. It’s not clear whether he was suffering from COVID-19 when he died, first reports say it was a heart attack.

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lawhawk  Nov 30, 2021 • 7:06:28am
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Belafon  Nov 30, 2021 • 7:13:00am
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lawhawk  Nov 30, 2021 • 7:17:37am

re: #117 Belafon

Mace is the same hack who went on Fox to kvetch about mandates and vaccinations and then went on to CNN to claim GOPers supported vaccinations.

Two faced doesn’t begin to address the liars and power-mad thugs across the entire GOP spectrum.

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Eclectic Cyborg  Nov 30, 2021 • 7:18:27am

re: #117 Belafon

To be fair I think she meant “billions of dollars of unpaid taxes” in the sense of “Democrats are spending all this money our country doesn’t currently have.”

But she’s still an idiot.

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JC1  Nov 30, 2021 • 7:24:09am

re: #111 A hollow voice says Vaccinate the world!

He’s a veterinarian. Possibly with an interest in pessimistic evaluations — sells more product.

He certainly has the motive to hype this. He claimed that he came to this conclusion after consulting with his top scientists. Time will tell. It would be frustrating to learn that vaccine effectiveness is down to under 50% with this new variant.

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lawhawk  Nov 30, 2021 • 7:24:50am

re: #119 Eclectic Cyborg

Not a single GOPer complained about not having the money to pay for the TCJA tax cuts that favors billionaires and corporations - and did nothing to boost anyone else (and tax cuts for non rich expires in 2026 without further action).

Trickle down still doesn’t trickle down. It’s 40+ years of GOP economic failures, when they claim that this next tax cut will finally help someone who isn’t a billionaire.

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gocart mozart  Nov 30, 2021 • 7:32:36am
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lawhawk  Nov 30, 2021 • 7:39:51am

re: #122 gocart mozart

I went to the WH in 2017 during the holiday season. I saw the Trump style up close. The most awful displays were confined to the East Colonnade. Most of the rest of the building was done up in more traditional styles. It’s almost impossible to dress up the White House in an awful holiday configuration, but the Trumps managed that.

Almost.

The building is just majestic and the Bidens again show how classy they can be in their approach to the holidays.

BTW, guess Biden won the war on Christmas. Once again, the GOP and Fox claims that Biden declared war on Christmas fall short of reality: supply chain issues are easing, gas prices are falling, and even Christmas decorations in the WH are back to traditional norms.

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Eclectic Cyborg  Nov 30, 2021 • 7:45:27am

re: #123 lawhawk

What brought to the White House if may ask? Just a tourist visit?

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No Malarkey!  Nov 30, 2021 • 7:45:45am

re: #110 lawhawk

Trump carried out an armed insurrection to overthrow the election and failed. The GOP isn’t going to make the same mistakes next time. They’re going to throw the election for the GOP by taking over the apparatus at the state and local election to call elections in their favor and overruling the will of the people.

These are fucking fascists and the government and justice system are incapable of dealing with this kind of systematic and systemic threat in anything resembling a matter of urgency.

In the Winter of 2024-25, its going to be up to the people to refuse to accept a GQP coup, if the courts allow GOP officials to void legal votes based on spurious claims of “fraud” and certify Trump electors illegally.

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darthstar  Nov 30, 2021 • 7:46:16am

Wonder if live blogging the Trump records appeal. We’re wheels up in ten minutes so I leave it to you all to enjoy the shit show.
wonkette.com

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darthstar  Nov 30, 2021 • 7:46:38am

*Wonkette is

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lawhawk  Nov 30, 2021 • 7:47:15am

Trump’s lawyers are in court trying to argue that his privilege to keep documents secret outweighs Biden’s right to release them.

The Court really isn’t having any of it. Trump lawyers have to admit the incumbent Biden has a right to determine what can or can’t be released.

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Decatur Deb  Nov 30, 2021 • 7:55:08am

Holiday dialogue at Daughter2’s workplace:

Dau2’s assistant: “I’m caught up. Anything I can help you with?”
Dau2: “You can decorate the Christmas tree.”
Asst: “OK.”

(couple hours later)

Asst: “It’s done—did I do it right? It was my first time.”
Dau2: “Huh?”
Asst: “We’re very Jewish.”
Dau2: “Oh hell—bring in a menorah for the office fireplace, if you like.”

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Punish Domestic Terrorists  Nov 30, 2021 • 7:56:46am

re: #128 lawhawk

They probably don’t feel comfortable saying that their need is to cover up the actions of a criminal President.

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Eclectic Cyborg  Nov 30, 2021 • 7:57:17am

re: #130 Punish Domestic Terrorists

They probably don’t feel comfortable saying that their need is to cover up the actions of a criminal President.

BINGO.

And this is what a good Judge needs to press them on.

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Eclectic Cyborg  Nov 30, 2021 • 7:57:41am

Also, who is paying all of these lawyers working for Trump??

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Dopamine Fish  Nov 30, 2021 • 7:58:04am

re: #132 Eclectic Cyborg

Also, who is paying all of these lawyers working for Trump??

The Republican Party, actually.

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Eclectic Cyborg  Nov 30, 2021 • 8:00:13am

re: #133 Dopamine Fish

The Republican Party, actually.

So that’s where all the grift money is going these days.

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Dopamine Fish  Nov 30, 2021 • 8:03:11am

re: #134 Eclectic Cyborg

So that’s where all the grift money is going these days.

You got it. They explicitly said they were paying some of his legal fights because “he’s a leader in the Republican Party, he’s fighting for us, so we’ll pay for his legal costs.” So now Trump has a legally sanctioned way to siphon all that sweet sweet “campaign” money into all his legal troubles.

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nines09  Nov 30, 2021 • 8:03:52am

re: #114 Eclectic Cyborg

He was completely vaxxed per the story.

WARWICK — At least 45 people who attended a Nov. 6 homecoming dance at Pilgrim High School have tested positive for COVID-19. And the event may have contributed to the death of school principal Gerald Habershaw, says his brother.

Habershaw, 57, who had been fully vaccinated, died Saturday of complications from COVID, said his younger brother David Habershaw.

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Punish Domestic Terrorists  Nov 30, 2021 • 8:05:01am

re: #135 Dopamine Fish

You got it. They explicitly said they were paying some of his legal fights because “he’s a leader in the Republican Party, he’s fighting for us, so we’ll pay for his legal costs.” So now Trump has a legally sanctioned way to siphon all that sweet sweet “campaign” money into all his legal troubles.

“Us” being white Christian nationalists who have convinced themselves that a conman is their great leader.

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Belafon  Nov 30, 2021 • 8:13:58am

re: #136 nines09

He was completely vaxxed per the story.

WARWICK — At least 45 people who attended a Nov. 6 homecoming dance at Pilgrim High School have tested positive for COVID-19. And the event may have contributed to the death of school principal Gerald Habershaw, says his brother.

Habershaw, 57, who had been fully vaccinated, died Saturday of complications from COVID, said his younger brother David Habershaw.

Proof that masks are still required if you’re going to have people close together.

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nines09  Nov 30, 2021 • 8:17:04am

I never leave home without my mask and I’m fully vaxxed. I like being alive.

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Punish Domestic Terrorists  Nov 30, 2021 • 8:18:05am

I hadn’t realized it at the time, but my sense of smell has been dulled for a while, and came back last night. It wasn’t completely gone, but the jerky treats I got for my kittens are a lot stinkier than I thought they were.

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Dopamine Fish  Nov 30, 2021 • 8:19:42am

re: #139 nines09

I never leave home without it and I’m fully vaxxed. I like being alive.

I wear it when I go most places. I may be the only one wearing one, but I don’t give a shit anymore. I’ll wear it until the CDC (or the MDH) says we’re safe enough to finally take them off for good.

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nines09  Nov 30, 2021 • 8:20:41am

re: #141 Dopamine Fish

My point entirely. I’m not letting stupid kill me.

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A hollow voice says Vaccinate the world!  Nov 30, 2021 • 8:24:50am

re: #138 Belafon

Proof that masks are still required if you’re going to have people close together.

Indoor masking in public places is still required around here. Long may it last.

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Eclectic Cyborg  Nov 30, 2021 • 8:25:19am

re: #142 nines09

My point entirely. I’m not letting stupid kill me.

I’m also trying to not let OTHER peoples stupid kill me, either.

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Dopamine Fish  Nov 30, 2021 • 8:25:44am

re: #142 nines09

My point entirely. I’m not letting stupid kill me.

To be fair, most larger places still have a fair number of people masked up. I walk into a Target store, and easily 50% of the customers and 90% of the staff are wearing masks. It’s only at the small local places like the gas stations (even the one that says “masks requested for all customers” on the door) that I see mostly or entirely unmasked people groups.

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nines09  Nov 30, 2021 • 8:29:16am

re: #145 Dopamine Fish

Not in my neck of the woods. 5-10% masked.
Then you see a family with mom masked dad not, one kid is one kid not……wtf?

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Eventual Carrion  Nov 30, 2021 • 8:30:16am

re: #136 nines09

He was completely vaxxed per the story.

WARWICK — At least 45 people who attended a Nov. 6 homecoming dance at Pilgrim High School have tested positive for COVID-19. And the event may have contributed to the death of school principal Gerald Habershaw, says his brother.

Habershaw, 57, who had been fully vaccinated, died Saturday of complications from COVID, said his younger brother David Habershaw.

Yes, not being able to breath puts a real strain on your heart.

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nines09  Nov 30, 2021 • 8:30:55am

re: #144 Eclectic Cyborg

That’s the stupid I was referring to. Mr and Mrs Boxorox.

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Eventual Carrion  Nov 30, 2021 • 8:31:50am

re: #146 nines09

Not in my neck of the woods. 5-10% masked.
Then you see a family with mom masked dad not, one kid is one kid not……wtf?

You don’t have to mask all your kids, only the ones you love.

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Michele: Out of the closet, Into the fire  Nov 30, 2021 • 8:33:41am

re: #141 Dopamine Fish

I wear it when I go most places. I may be the only one wearing one, but I don’t give a shit anymore. I’ll wear it until the CDC (or the MDH) says we’re safe enough to finally take them off for good.

I am seriously considering to continue wearing one regardless of what the CDC says. I didn’t get sick once last winter ( and working in a casino, that’s considered a minor miracle). I would like a repeat of that this winter. Vaxed to the max this year as well (CV-19+booster, Flu and shingles).

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nines09  Nov 30, 2021 • 8:35:15am

re: #149 Eventual Carrion

Got me. I haven’t a clue and I swing wide of the rocks in the road. Went to Costco yesterday in Harrisburg Pa.
75% unmasked.
Not all the staff was masked.
Normal.

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Yeah Sure WhatEVs  Nov 30, 2021 • 8:47:48am

re: #78 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

Then f*** ‘em both…

She’s already fucked. She’s dead, Jim. Nothing’s gonna bring her back.

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Rightwingconspirator  Nov 30, 2021 • 8:50:35am

Geez all this “news” about omicron. Every story that starts with “could be” is not news. It’s clickbait.

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Eclectic Cyborg  Nov 30, 2021 • 8:52:30am

re: #146 nines09

Not in my neck of the woods. 5-10% masked.
Then you see a family with mom masked dad not, one kid is one kid not……wtf?

I know a family like that around here. Mom is a nurse and masks. Dad does not mask. Dad watches Fox news. Dad does not make kids mask but lets them mask if they want to. The older boy masks, the younger one does not.

Mom defers to dad on this stuff because “that’s what you’re supposed to do in a Christian marriage.”

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Michele: Out of the closet, Into the fire  Nov 30, 2021 • 8:55:05am

re: #154 Eclectic Cyborg

I know a family like that around here. Mom is a nurse and masks. Dad does not mask. Dad watches Fox news. Dad does not make kids mask but lets them mask if they want to. The older boy masks, the younger one does not.

Mom defers to dad on this stuff because “that’s what you’re supposed to do in a Christian marriage.”

Damn it. That eye roll hurt like hell.

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Dangerman  Nov 30, 2021 • 9:12:46am

re: #117 Belafon

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cant we do both at once?

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Eclectic Cyborg  Nov 30, 2021 • 9:17:25am

re: #155 Michele: Out of the closet, Into the fire

Damn it. That eye roll hurt like hell.

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Yeah, I have a big issue with that particular teaching from most Christian marriage materials.

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Dangerman  Nov 30, 2021 • 9:17:54am

re: #135 Dopamine Fish

You got it. They explicitly said they were paying some of his legal fights because “he’s a leader in the Republican Party, he’s fighting for us, so we’ll pay for his legal costs.” So now Trump has a legally sanctioned way to siphon all that sweet sweet “campaign” money into all his legal troubles.

fwiw, paying his legal bills is income to him
i wonder if it’ll show up on his tax returns

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lawhawk  Nov 30, 2021 • 9:19:00am

re: #153 Rightwingconspirator

There isn’t enough known about omicron to know just how dangerous it is, whether it is susceptible to vaccines already being administered, or how deadly it may be.

We still have plenty of delta cases out there, and we know that’s deadly as anything and it is prevented with masking and vaccinations.

So the best defense against omicron is to mask, vaccinate, and treat the biggest threat as delta, which is still widely spread across the US.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Nov 30, 2021 • 9:19:37am

re: #158 Dangerman

fwiw, paying his legal bills is income to him
i wonder if it’ll show up on his tax returns

LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL…

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Dangerman  Nov 30, 2021 • 9:22:26am

re: #160 Backwoods_Sleuth

LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL…

YouTube

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Colère Tueur de Lapin  Nov 30, 2021 • 9:22:30am

re: #158 Dangerman

fwiw, paying his legal bills is income to him
i wonder if it’ll show up on his tax returns

That’s rhetorical, right?

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lawhawk  Nov 30, 2021 • 9:23:01am
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Hecuba's daughter  Nov 30, 2021 • 9:26:16am

re: #136 nines09

He was completely vaxxed per the story.

WARWICK — At least 45 people who attended a Nov. 6 homecoming dance at Pilgrim High School have tested positive for COVID-19. And the event may have contributed to the death of school principal Gerald Habershaw, says his brother.

Habershaw, 57, who had been fully vaccinated, died Saturday of complications from COVID, said his younger brother David Habershaw.

Maybe he hadn’t gotten the booster yet?

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A Cranky One  Nov 30, 2021 • 9:29:50am

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Nov 30, 2021 • 9:31:51am

The GOP are well on their way to simply disregarding any election results they do not like in 2024. They are not going to repeat their mistakes and they have purged their state election officials and replaced them with loyal party hacks.

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nines09  Nov 30, 2021 • 9:32:46am

re: #164 Hecuba’s daughter

Says “fully vaxxed.”
I would think that means with booster since we have boosters.
I said completely. They say fully.
I say he was also boosted but they never get any info wrong do they?
I’m wearing my mask.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Nov 30, 2021 • 9:35:06am

re: #167 nines09

I do not go to any indoor public places without a mask. I am not eligible for a booster until January.

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Dopamine Fish  Nov 30, 2021 • 9:36:52am

Gentle reminder: No vaccine is 100% effective. One dose, two doses, three doses, prior infection - nothing is a guarantee against reinfection. That’s why we need to keep doing the things we’ve been doing, until we get to a point where there are enough boosted people to cause the disease to struggle to gain a foothold.

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Hecuba's daughter  Nov 30, 2021 • 9:37:23am

re: #151 nines09

Got me. I haven’t a clue and I swing wide of the rocks in the road. Went to Costco yesterday in Harrisburg Pa.
75% unmasked.
Not all the staff was masked.
Normal.

This may explain why Pennsylvania has been experiencing twice (or more) deaths as Illinois. We still have a mask mandate and a large proportion of shoppers are masked (most even correctly!) and usually all employees.

However, my sister and I encountered an apparent anti-masker at Northbrook Court. We stopped by a phone repair kiosk because my phone had a badly damaged screen. The vendor was working on a repair, unmasked. My sister asked him to put a mask on and he refused because he said he was working; he could have been polite and masked up for our discussion. She said good-bye and we walked off.

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Punish Domestic Terrorists  Nov 30, 2021 • 9:39:51am

re: #168 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

I do not go to any indoor public places without a mask. I am not eligible for a booster until January.

The only store I go to is the weed store, because that’s the one product that I can’t legally have delivered, and I keep that to as few visits as possible. I do have to go into an office once a week to be less productive and risk exposure because of a problem with some of the executives not being able to adapt to change.

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Eclectic Cyborg  Nov 30, 2021 • 9:40:36am

re: #167 nines09

I think for reporting purposes, “fully vaccinated” still refers only to a first round (i.e. one shot J&J or two Pfizer or Moderna).

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Michele: Out of the closet, Into the fire  Nov 30, 2021 • 9:41:11am

re: #165 A Cranky One

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My land piranha is all tuckered out.

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Dopamine Fish  Nov 30, 2021 • 9:41:13am

Looking at the historical data for my state, it looks like Minnesota’s brief spike might be on the downturn - but alas, that is not going to factor in Thanksgiving, which will undoubtedly bring another huge spike like we saw last year for the holidays. My kids got their second shot yesterday; there’s not a whole lot else I can do, other than stay home and stay masked. I’m trying my hardest out here.

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nines09  Nov 30, 2021 • 9:42:12am

re: #168 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

The more rural in Pennsylvania the easier to get the booster. Many smaller cities and boroughs have far to many people who have been poisoned by misinformation. They are all around me.
We got our shots the day after they became available by traveling to the coal region, Shamokin Pa where the vax was easily available. Same with the booster. My daughter who lives in Philly got her booster here when she came home for Thanksgiving. In Philly she would have to wait until some time in January. You may be able to travel 25 miles and get it.

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nines09  Nov 30, 2021 • 9:44:32am

re: #172 Eclectic Cyborg

I have no idea what they call fully vaxxed.
I know what I call being fully vaxxed.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Nov 30, 2021 • 9:44:53am

Germany now has the problem that the vaccination buses being sent out to get the remaining 30-odd percent of the population are being swarmed and people have to wait outside in the cold for hours on end.

I had no problem getting vaxxed over the summer: took a long time to finally get an appointment but the centers were well set up and run and my waiting time there was minimal.

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The Pie Overlord!  Nov 30, 2021 • 9:46:54am
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nines09  Nov 30, 2021 • 9:51:31am

re: #153 Rightwingconspirator

Geez all this “news” about omicron. Every story that starts with “could be” is not news. It’s clickbait.

HERE’S WHAT WE KNOW ABOUT THE NEW STRAIN OF COVID THE SEEMINGLY HIGHLY CONTAGIOUS OMICRON VARIANT

uh…… not a lot is known…

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Nov 30, 2021 • 9:51:57am

re: #178 The Pie Overlord!

BREAKING: Former Trump chief of staff Mark Meadows to cooperate with Jan. 6 select committee.

Do we hear the sound of falling dominoes in the distance?

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Dangerman  Nov 30, 2021 • 9:52:44am

re: #169 Dopamine Fish

Gentle reminder: No vaccine is 100% effective. One dose, two doses, three doses, prior infection - nothing is a guarantee against reinfection. That’s why we need to keep doing the things we’ve been doing, until we get to a point where there are enough boosted people to cause the disease to struggle to gain a foothold.

this this this!

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Dangerman  Nov 30, 2021 • 9:53:55am

re: #180 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

Do we hear the sound of falling dominoes in the distance?

do NOT get your hopes up (yet)

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No Malarkey!  Nov 30, 2021 • 9:54:30am

re: #141 Dopamine Fish

I wear it when I go most places. I may be the only one wearing one, but I don’t give a shit anymore. I’ll wear it until the CDC (or the MDH) says we’re safe enough to finally take them off for good.

And you know, it wouldn’t be a terrible idea to keep wearing them even then, like they do in Asia. The masking and social distancing really cut down on colds and flu.

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Dopamine Fish  Nov 30, 2021 • 9:57:28am

re: #179 nines09

HERE’S WHAT WE KNOW ABOUT THE NEW STRAIN OF COVID THE SEEMINGLY HIGHLY CONTAGIOUS OMICRON VARIANT:

That’s it. That right there.

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JC1  Nov 30, 2021 • 10:01:21am

re: #164 Hecuba’s daughter

Maybe he hadn’t gotten the booster yet?

And since he was part of the school system, he could have been vaccinated pretty early.
Get your boosters people.

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Jay C  Nov 30, 2021 • 10:03:35am

re: #158 Dangerman

fwiw, paying his legal bills is income to him
i wonder if it’ll show up on his tax returns

Of course it will!
And the proof will be right there in the returns!
And will be released to the public as soon as all the audits are done! *

* For Trump, a timeframe more-easily characterized as “we should only live so long”

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No Malarkey!  Nov 30, 2021 • 10:03:45am

re: #175 nines09

The more rural in Pennsylvania the easier to get the booster. Many smaller cities and boroughs have far to many people who have been poisoned by misinformation. They are all around me.
We got our shots the day after they became available by traveling to the coal region, Shamokin Pa where the vax was easily available. Same with the booster. My daughter who lives in Philly got her booster here when she came home for Thanksgiving. In Philly she would have to wait until some time in January. You may be able to travel 25 miles and get it.

Back in March when I became eligible for the vaccine, I logged on and all the vaccine appointments in Central KY, Northern KY and Louisville were fully booked. I tried Ashland on the WV border, and there were a bunch of available appointments, so I booked one and drove two hours each way.

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Hecuba's daughter  Nov 30, 2021 • 10:09:41am

re: #184 Dopamine Fish

That’s it. That right there.

Peru, which has the highest overall death rate in the world, was apparently hit hard by lambda. Yet, for whatever reason, lambda never made any inroads in other nations, outside Peru’s neighbors. Probably, it was no match for delta when it came to transmissibility.

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gocart mozart  Nov 30, 2021 • 10:10:06am
190
FFL (GOP Delenda Est)  Nov 30, 2021 • 10:11:13am

I booked my booster and flu shot this morning. Have to travel about 5 miles to a CVS in West Chester, PA.

Did a food and gas stop outside Bloomsburg on I-80 yesterday while driving home from visiting my brother for the holiday. In the Denny’s there there was one server masking and 2-3 other customers than myself.

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Punish Domestic Terrorists  Nov 30, 2021 • 10:15:41am

Looks like Chris Cuomo has destroyed his career trying to help his brother who had already destroyed himself.

Chris Cuomo used contacts to warn brother about sexual harassment reports (the Guardian)

192
Eventual Carrion  Nov 30, 2021 • 10:15:54am

re: #175 nines09

The more rural in Pennsylvania the easier to get the booster. Many smaller cities and boroughs have far to many people who have been poisoned by misinformation. They are all around me.
We got our shots the day after they became available by traveling to the coal region, Shamokin Pa where the vax was easily available. Same with the booster. My daughter who lives in Philly got her booster here when she came home for Thanksgiving. In Philly she would have to wait until some time in January. You may be able to travel 25 miles and get it.

Same here on the NW side of PA (very rural). I went to the Giant Eagle Pharmacy site and scheduled my wife and my booster for same day, back to back times at lunch time. There were a lot of slots available.

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nines09  Nov 30, 2021 • 10:17:21am

re: #190 FFL (GOP Delenda Est)

I ate at that Dennys a few times.

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A hollow voice says Vaccinate the world!  Nov 30, 2021 • 10:19:27am

re: #189 gocart mozart

Follow the blue ball..

I think the stay-at-home orders have left some people with far too much time on their hands. But it’s better than internet Q-“research.”

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wrenchwench  Nov 30, 2021 • 10:20:29am
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Punish Domestic Terrorists  Nov 30, 2021 • 10:20:40am

re: #190 FFL (GOP Delenda Est)

I booked my booster and flu shot this morning. Have to travel about 5 miles to a CVS in West Chester, PA.

Did a food and gas stop outside Bloomsburg on I-80 yesterday while driving home from visiting my brother for the holiday. In the Denny’s there there was one server masking and 2-3 other customers than myself.

Wearing a mask doesn’t go so well with eating. You could not pay me enough to eat in a restaurant during a pandemic.

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jaunte  Nov 30, 2021 • 10:22:00am

Today in Endemic Covid news:

Scientists have evidence that SARS-CoV-2 spreads explosively in white-tailed deer and that the virus is widespread in this deer population across the United States.

Researchers say the findings are quite concerning and could have vast implications for the long-term course of the coronavirus pandemic.

Since SARS-CoV-2, the coronavirus that causes the disease COVID-19, first emerged, there have been several signs that white-tailed deer would be highly susceptible to the virus — and that many of these animals were catching it across the country.

In September of last year, computer models suggested SARS-CoV-2 could easily bind to and enter the deer’s cells. A recent survey of white-tailed deer in the Northeast and Midwest found that 40% of them had antibodies against SARS-CoV-2.
npr.org

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jaunte  Nov 30, 2021 • 10:23:22am

Pass this on to any deer hunters you know:

“From April to December of last year, about 30% of the deer that they tested were positive for SARS-CoV-2 by a PCR test. And then during the winter surge in Iowa, from Nov. 23, 2020, to Jan. 10 of this year, about 80% of the deer that they tested were infected. At the peak of the surge, Kapur says, the prevalence of the virus in deer was effectively about 50 to 100 times the prevalence in Iowa residents at the time.”

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Dangerman  Nov 30, 2021 • 10:24:09am

Another Video Shows Boebert Calling Omar a Terrorist

Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) suggested to a crowd in September that Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN), whom she called “black-hearted” and “evil,” was a terrorist, CNN reports.

In those same remarks, she said that she felt safe around Omar because the Democrat wasn’t wearing a backpack while they were in an elevator together.

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jaunte  Nov 30, 2021 • 10:24:41am

Virologist Linda Saif at Ohio State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine

“Now the question is: Can the virus spill back from deer to humans? Or can deer transmit the virus effectively to grazing livestock? We don’t know the answers to those questions yet, but if they are true, they’re obviously concerning.”

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Nov 30, 2021 • 10:25:43am

re: #200 jaunte

“Now the question is: Can the virus spill back from deer to humans? Or can deer transmit the virus effectively to grazing livestock? We don’t know the answers to those questions yet, but if they are true, they’re obviously concerning.”

How the hell are we going to get deer to wear masks?

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The Pie Overlord!  Nov 30, 2021 • 10:25:57am

re: #199 Dangerman

Another Video Shows Boebert Calling Omar a Terrorist

Projectin’ like an IMAX in Outer Space… SPAACE… SPAAAAACE!!!!

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jaunte  Nov 30, 2021 • 10:27:23am

re: #201 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

I recall when first reading about global warming that new diseases were in the list of challenges.

204
No Malarkey!  Nov 30, 2021 • 10:27:25am

re: #200 jaunte

Virologist Linda Saif at Ohio State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine

And just try to get a deer to wear a mask!

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Nov 30, 2021 • 10:28:37am

re: #204 No Malarkey!

And just try to get a deer to wear a mask!

beat ya

206
jaunte  Nov 30, 2021 • 10:28:48am

Think of all the outrage over Chinese ‘wet markets’ coming from our local squirrel and deer eaters.

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Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))  Nov 30, 2021 • 10:29:24am

re: #203 jaunte

I recall when first reading about global warming that new diseases were in the list of challenges.

wait until those mammoth-borne viruses locked in the permafrost find their way into civilization…

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Punish Domestic Terrorists  Nov 30, 2021 • 10:29:46am

re: #204 No Malarkey!

And just try to get a deer to wear a mask!

They also shit wherever they like. Deer are obviously Trumpists.

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jaunte  Nov 30, 2021 • 10:30:24am

re: #207 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

The Siberian Zombie Shambles.

210
Belafon  Nov 30, 2021 • 10:31:19am

re: #203 jaunte

I recall when first reading about global warming that new diseases were in the list of challenges.

I figured this was just our centennial epidemic.

211
Punish Domestic Terrorists  Nov 30, 2021 • 10:31:39am

re: #201 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

How the hell are we going to get deer to wear masks?

We can’t, but if we can get hunters to vaccinate them with darts, hunting accidents will also vaccinate some right-wingers who have sided with COVID.

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Hecuba's daughter  Nov 30, 2021 • 10:31:48am

re: #204 No Malarkey!

And just try to get a deer to wear a mask!

Deer are asymptomatic; it does not appear that they pose a significant risk to humans, except as a reservoir that might transmit the disease to other animals. People are usually significantly more than 6 feet away from wild deer.

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Dangerman  Nov 30, 2021 • 10:32:26am

re: #199 Dangerman

Another Video Shows Boebert Calling Omar a Terrorist

Ill just shamelessly steal this comment and drop it here

Ignoring everything else, just close your eyes and imagine the differences between Omar and Boebert. Omar’s family were military, civil servants, and educators. She was caught in a civil war when she was a kid, forced to flee with nothing, ended up living in a refugee camp, then a few large US cities, and a few large & small states, graduated college, and was then a community educator.

Boebert on the other hand, is a high school pregnancy dropout whose aspiration was to become a catalogue model, but who then later ran a Hooters or something, married a pervert, got arrested a few times, and lived her entire life in a few hillbilly towns smaller than a typical NYC neighborhood.

Never forget, the Boeberts and MTGs aren’t the problem. The problem is the people who voted for them.

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Punish Domestic Terrorists  Nov 30, 2021 • 10:33:59am

re: #212 Hecuba’s daughter

Deer are asymptomatic; it does not appear that they pose a significant risk to humans, except as a reservoir that might transmit the disease to other animals. People are usually significantly more than 6 feet away from wild deer.

I had a job where that was not true, but they were on the other side of the windows. My best work location ever was an office building set back in the woods.

215
nines09  Nov 30, 2021 • 10:38:31am

re: #212 Hecuba’s daughter

Deer are asymptomatic; it does not appear that they pose a significant risk to humans, except as a reservoir that might transmit the disease to other animals. People are usually significantly more than 6 feet away from wild deer.

Until they gut and drag them out they are.

216
jaunte  Nov 30, 2021 • 10:39:55am

re: #215 nines09

There may be some blood spatter involved.

217
wrenchwench  Nov 30, 2021 • 10:46:30am

The pharmacy at the store I used to work at is doing vaccines without appointments. The lines at the pharmacy would always go past the ‘chickendizer’ that we in the deli would sell cooked chickens off of all day. We’d take the temp of the chickens every 2 hours. For a short time, I had a co worker who was a phlebotomy student. I would send her over to ‘practice on the chickens’. She graduated and got a job at a medical center, so I guess it worked. (She was the smartest person who ever worked in the deli.)

They’ve moved the chickendizer since then. The sooner I go, the less line-standing I do. Later. Booster time.

218
Rightwingconspirator  Nov 30, 2021 • 10:49:05am

re: #215 nines09

If this spread like wildfire among the deer, would they not have herd immunity by now? Sounds like a joke but hopefully, this puts the odds of a hunter getting a sick deer are lower than one might think.

219
Punish Domestic Terrorists  Nov 30, 2021 • 10:53:14am

re: #218 Rightwingconspirator

If this spread like wildfire among the deer, would they not have herd immunity by now? Sounds like a joke but hopefully, this puts the odds of a hunter getting a sick deer are lower than one might think.

Not with only 40% having antibodies, but the odds of getting sick from a deer will be a lot lower than the odds of getting sick from socializing with people, especially stupid people who have been told by propagandists, who wanted to crow about Biden having more COVID deaths than Trump did, that they’re smart to refuse to vaccinate.

220
Dangerman  Nov 30, 2021 • 10:53:44am

Approximately 150,000 unvaccinated people in the United States have died of Covid-19 since June 1, despite an effective vaccine being widely and freely available, the New York Times reports.

221
Dangerman  Nov 30, 2021 • 10:55:22am
Jim Swift: “Over the weekend, Conservatism Inc. found a new scandal to promote: A false report that Nancy Pelosi had purchased a $25 million mansion in Florida, home to 2024 hopeful, Gov. Ron DeSantis and former President Trump. To underscore: This story is false. Nancy Pelosi has not bought a $25 million mansion in Florida.”

“But watching how the fake news blew through the conservative ecosystem is illuminating

The bulwark

222
rhuarc  Nov 30, 2021 • 10:55:27am

Today in America…

clickondetroit.com

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Nov 30, 2021 • 10:58:15am

re: #212 Hecuba’s daughter

Deer are asymptomatic; it does not appear that they pose a significant risk to humans, except as a reservoir that might transmit the disease to other animals. People are usually significantly more than 6 feet away from wild deer.

Coronavirus found in deer means hunters should take precautions

“The findings suggest that white-tailed deer may be a reservoir for the virus to continually circulate and raise concerns about the emergence of new strains that may prove a threat to wildlife and, possibly, to humans,” states a news release from Penn State.

The deer were likely infected as the result of “multiple human-to-deer spillover events and deer-to-deer transmission,” the study states.

While there is no evidence that deer have infected humans with the virus, experts are still concerned by the possibility, said Dr. Robert Salata, chairman of the Department of Medicine at University Hospitals.

Salata said he presumes any transmission from deer to humans would likely involve the respiratory tract as it does with humans and that he recommends hunters take precautions when handling deer, not just around the nose and mouth, but with other parts of the body as well.

He said in humans COVID can involve the gastrointestinal tract, so he wouldn’t discount that as a potential point of transmission.

Until more is known, it would be appropriate for hunters to wear gloves and a mask when handling deer, he said.

As for becoming infected by consuming venison from an infected deer, Salata said that should not be a concern as long as you thoroughly cook the meat.

The Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Wildlife issued a statement that said there is no evidence people can get COVID “by preparing or eating meat from an animal infected with the virus.”

The statement goes on to say, “To limit deer-to-deer transmission, ODNR continues to urge homeowners and hunters to avoid concentrating deer at backyard feeders or in hunting situations. Do not allow contact between wildlife and domestic animals, including pets and hunting dogs. Do not harvest animals that appear sick or are found dead.”

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Punish Domestic Terrorists  Nov 30, 2021 • 10:58:47am

re: #222 rhuarc

Today in America…

clickondetroit.com

Only one student shot. That’s pretty good for America.

225
Eclectic Cyborg  Nov 30, 2021 • 10:59:09am

So the U.S. is at about 800 000 Covid deaths.

I’d love to see the vaccinated/unvaccinated split on those numbers, at least for the last six months.

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Dangerman  Nov 30, 2021 • 11:00:22am
Former President Trump on Tuesday decried the spike in smash-and-grab robberies that have taken place across the country, calling on Democrats to take action to ‘immediately’ stop the crimes,” The Hill reports.

“Democrats”

Cause the Rs are incompetent?

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Nov 30, 2021 • 11:02:14am

and for some of us, deer can often be found very nearby, like right outside the kitchen door:

frolicking
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sagehen  Nov 30, 2021 • 11:09:42am

re: #196 Punish Domestic Terrorists

Wearing a mask doesn’t go so well with eating. You could not pay me enough to eat in a restaurant during a pandemic.

There’s a restaurant next to my bank where I’ve been eating outdoors for a few months, but it was cold yesterday so I chanced an inside meal. They did check my vax card, all the staff were masked, and the other customers were masked until their food arrived and put the mask back on when they finished eating.

I’d feel comfortable going there again.

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Florida Panhandler  Nov 30, 2021 • 11:21:30am

re: #180 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

Do we hear the sound of falling dominoes in the distance?

These Trumpist criminals are operating under the assumption Trump will win/successfully steal (via Republican tyranny) the 2024 Election. They are not wrong in their thinking. Remember Trump has a history of issuing Pardons to outright criminals who offer themselves up as toadies to him. They say they will cooperate but then do everything possible to misdirect or slow down the process in order to delay any ramifications until 2024. Don’t trust any supposed “cooperation” and the DOJ better operate under the assumption that these cretins and criminals are acting in complete 100% bad faith.

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Eventual Carrion  Nov 30, 2021 • 11:34:13am

re: #201 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

How the hell are we going to get deer to wear masks?

Same way we taught them to cross the roads where we put up those signs I guess.

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Decatur Deb  Nov 30, 2021 • 11:47:50am

re: #201 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

How the hell are we going to get deer to wear masks?

How are we going to keep the plague-ridden mofos off our roofs?


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