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Wednesday, November 24, 2021

Highlights of the News

ITEM 1: Reuters reported, "A New York trial judge on Tuesday extended a ban keeping the New York Times from publishing some materials concerning the conservative activist group Project Veritas, a restriction the newspaper said violated decades of First Amendment protections.

"Justice Charles Wood of the Westchester County Supreme Court said his temporary ban imposed on Nov. 18 will run at least until Dec. 1, a deadline for Project Veritas to respond in writing to the Times' bid to end it.

"The judge granted the extension after a 1-3/4-hour hearing in White Plains, which was part of a defamation lawsuit that Project Veritas filed against the Times last year."

In this battle between real journalists and propagandists, I side with the real journalists -- Project Veritas.

ITEM 2: We saw the War on Christmas Sunday in Wisconsin.

But what about the War on Thanksgiving?

The media is the enemy of the people, and protector of the Deep State.

ITEM 3: The Daily Mail reported, "The suspect accused of plowing into a Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin and killing five on Sunday shared social media posts promoting violence towards white people.

"8-year-old Jackson Sparks was named by relatives as the sixth victim, having died in hospital from his injuries.

"A now-deleted Facebook account belonging to Darrell Brooks Jr., 39, showed the alleged killer had encouraged knocking 'white ppl [the f**k] out' and also appeared to support the controversial Black Hebrew Israelites. 

"Brooks was charged on Tuesday with five counts of first-degree intentional homicide and is expected to face more charges. 

"Police are yet to determine the motive behind the deadly rampage, however, records reveal Brooks is a career criminal with a rap sheet dating back to 1999 and had been bailed twice this year. 

"Facebook posts also show the amateur rapper, who went by his stage name, MathBoi Fly, had shared a series of links and memes relating to race and white privilege in June 2020, when protests erupted over the death of George Floyd. 

"Five of the six victims -- all white -- who died on Sunday were aged 52 to 82 and part of a Waukesha club known as the Dancing Grannies."

The London newspaper is not some super news organization run by Perry White, Lois Lane and Clark Kent. The American press knows the defendant is a racist career criminal. 

But the American press would rather dox a granny who put a Trump sign in her yard than report on the true nature of the terrorist attack in Waukesha.

ITEM 4: The Telegraph reported, "Dozens of Ships Stuck in Arctic as Ice Freezes Early, Contradicting Global Warming Claims."

The story said, "Maritime traffic in the Northern Sea Route has been on the rise in recent years as rapidly warming winters reduce ice cover, and Russia invests in its Arctic ports in preparation for a further boom.

"But this year several segments of the Northern Sea Route froze up about a fortnight earlier than usual, catching many ships unawares.

"Alexei Likhachyov – director general of Russia’s state-owned nuclear energy company Rosatom, which manages the country’s nuclear-power fleet of ice-breakers – said on Monday that the ships included vessels sailing under the flags of Hong Kong and Marshall Islands.

"He blamed the Russian Met office for a forecast that failed to predict the early ice, in comments to local media."

But the UN assured me the Arctic would be ice free by 2020.

ITEM 5: That was then. This is eight months and 20 days later...

Do you know why Democrat politicians don't like bubblegum?

They cannot chew it and walk at the same time. Old joke, but I am an old man.

ITEM 6Women's March tweeted, "We apologize deeply for the email that was sent today. $14.92 was our average donation amount this week. It was an oversight on our part to not make the connection to a year of colonization, conquest, and genocide for Indigenous people, especially before Thanksgiving."

In woke math, the numbers go: 1490, 1491, 1493, 1494...

ITEM 7: The New York Post reported, "President Biden seemed to snub Vice President Kamala Harris Tuesday as they helped prepare meals at a DC soup kitchen during their first public appearance together in more than a week.

"Biden made no attempt to demonstrate any fondness for his VP in front of the cameras after Harris allies slammed Biden to CNN last week for giving her tough jobs, such as handling the border crisis, and accused the West Wing of giving her less support than white members of the administration."

Racism in the Biden White House?

Well, he did suck up to James Eastland and other Dixiecrats as a young senator.

ITEM 8: Just the News reported, "Best Buy CEO Corie Barry said that the recent spike in mass store robberies is hurting her company's business and has been traumatic for employees.

"She told CNBC on Tuesday that she has been 'seeing more loosely organized groups come together and target our stores' which is scaring employees.

"Barry said the company has seen a significant increase in organized crime, as some people stealing from the stores bring a weapon like a gun or crowbar. Employees have been told to not confront thieves, and Barry said the safety of customers and employees are top priority, even if it means that criminals run off with thousands of dollars in merchandise."

Best Buy had best tell California bye-bye.

ITEM 9: But Lorenzo Boyd, PhD, Professor of Criminal Justice & Community Policing at the University of New Haven, and a retired veteran police officer, told Channel 7 in San Franciscio that we dare not call it looting.

Boyd said, "Looting is a term that we typically use when people of color or urban dwellers are doing something. We tend not to use that term for other people when they do the exact same thing."

So looting isn't a problem; calling it looting is because that hurts the feelings of the looters.

ITEM 10: Just the News reported, "The top military officers from the United States and Russia spoke over the phone on Tuesday to discuss "security-related issues of concern," defense officials from both countries said.

"The U.S. Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Gen. Mark Milley, spoke with the Russian head of the General Staff, Gen. Valery Gerasimov, the officials confirmed.

"The phone call took place amid increasing Western concerns over a buildup of Russian forces near the border with Ukraine, and predictions from Kyiv that Moscow is preparing to invade the country early in the new year."

Last year, he called Red China.

This year, he called Russia.

And those are the calls he admits to.

America, your top general is an enemy agent.

ITEM 11: Zero Hedge reported, "A federal jury in Cleveland on Tuesday concluded that three retail pharmacy chains -- Walmart, CVS and Walgreens -- recklessly distributed massive amounts of opioids, according to AP, which adds that the verdict could 'set the tone' for future lawsuits brought by county governments that want to hold pharmacies accountable for their part in the opioid crisis.

"The verdict supports claims by northeast Ohio's Trumbull and Lake Counties, which claimed that the pharmacy chains failed to institute legally mandated monitoring to screen for potentially illegitimate opioid prescriptions. The counties are seeking billions of dollars in compensation to reimburse expenses related to dealing with addiction and overdoses in their communities."

Make them pay.

Of course, none of the money will be spent on actual opioid addicts. Instead it will go to lawyers and bureaucrats, with some of the money going to political consultants who will make PSA ads that say opioid addiction is a bad thing.

That's where the tobacco settlement money went.

ITEM 12: ABC reported, "Jury awards $26M in damages for Unite the Right violence.

"A jury has ordered 17 white nationalist leaders and organizations to pay $26 million in damages over violence that erupted during the deadly 2017 Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville."

Good.

Now sue Antifa and BLM for their riots.

ITEM 13AP reported, "President Joe Biden will require essential, nonresident travelers crossing U.S. land borders, such as truck drivers, government and emergency response officials, to be fully vaccinated beginning on Jan. 22."

Illegal aliens will need vaccine passports?

Hahaha.

Biden doesn't even require them to have regular passports.

ITEM 14: International Business Times reported, "Former President Donald Trump could win against President Joe Biden in five key battleground states in the 2024 election, according to a recent poll.

"In a new survey conducted by GOP pollster Tony Frabizio, the former president led Biden in Arizona by a 51% to 43% margin; Georgia by 48% to 45%; Michigan by 53% to 41%; Pennsylvania by 51% to 45%; and Wisconsin by 52% to 42%, according to a poll memo obtained by Politico.

"During the 2020 election, Biden won all five states, earning him a total of 73 electoral votes and helping him get a decisive win against Trump."

Trump had more voters in 2020, but Biden had more ballots.

Learn to ballot harvest, Republicans. It is the survival of the cheatiest in this jungle.

ITEM 15: Venture Beat reported, "According to a new study by the human-centered automation company Hyperscience, 81% of people believe automation can lead to more meaningful work, despite common misperceptions around what automation is, how it’s being used today, and how the U.S. workforce views it.

"In its 2021 Automation Pulse Report, Hyperscience found that there continues to be widespread misunderstanding of what automation is. Specifically, while 75% of respondents believe they know what automation is, 55% brought up popular misconceptions when asked to explain that understanding further. Responses included technology existing solely to replace people (17%), automation is a job killer (3%), and conflating AI with automation (10%)."

It is true.

Industrialization has for more than 200 years made life better, not worse, for workers. For example, threshers and the like freed farmhands. Machines take the drudgery out of work and free people to do more with their lives. 12-hour days became 8 hour days. 6-day workweeks became 4.

The downside is idle hands are the devil's workshop.

ITEM 16: Breitbart reported, "Comedian and actor Rob Schneider has targeted the Biden administration for mockery over its inability to get a handle on soaring inflation, including energy prices. 'Build back broker!' the Hollywood star joked.

He said, "consider never voting again for these a-holes who hate you!"

No problem-o for my readers and me.

ITEM 17The New York Post reported, "Florida couple charged with having oral sex in cop car."

Florida Man crosses another item off his bucket list.

ITEM 18: The Emea Tribune reported, "Russian Region Cancels School As Temperatures Plunge Below Minus 50."

The story said, "The mercury fell to -38°C on Monday in Yakutsk, where classes are going on as usual."

They went to school when it was minus 38 degrees?

That is pretty hardcore.

ITEM 19NJ.com reported, "Democrat Governor Murphy leaves N.J. to celebrate Thanksgiving with family in Florida."

Another Democrat leaves the covid restrictions he imposed to enjoy unrestricted Florida.

ITEM 20: Just the News reported, "The Democrat-led congressional committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol riots acknowledged Tuesday it made an error in a subpoena that falsely accused former New York Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik of attending a secret meeting in Washington to allegedly discuss overturning the November 2020 election results on behalf of then-President Donald Trump.

"The committee chaired by Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-Miss.) acknowledged the mistake in a communication to Kerik's lawyer just hours after Just the News reported that Kerik could not have attended the meeting in Washington on Jan. 5 as alleged in the subpoena because he was in New York City for a family emergency, according to his own phone and tollbooth records.

"In a footnote to a transmittal letter accompanying its subpoena, the committee had attributed the allegation to a book by famed Washington Post journalist Bob Woodward. The book, however, made no such claim and did not even mention Kerik by name a single time in 482 pages, Woodward told Just the News on Monday night.

"The subpoena also cited two Washington Post articles, which also did not claim Kerik attended such a meeting."

This is why we presume a man to be innocent until the government proves his guilt beyond a reasonable doubt.

FINALLY....

57 comments:

  1. Item 14: The problem is, Don, that in states where ballot harvesting is illegal, Republicans would be the ones arrested for engaging in the practice while Democrats get a pass. I know you know this, just restating the obvious.

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    1. Dave, Glad you mentioned this since I was thinking along similar lines. Even within just one jurisdiction, election laws are not applied and enforced equally.

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  2. Regarding the truck drivers, I work at a very bust truck stop catering to just truck drivers. The vast majority of the drivers come from different countries, presumably not illegal aliens.
    Most come from India, China and other Asian countries along with truckers from Eastern Europe.
    No longer are the truck drivers white from the south,your sterotypica image of a truck driver.
    How some of those foreign truckers get CDLs is beyond me.

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  3. 3 - Of course Facebook allows posts with violence and hatred as long as they are targeting white people.

    14 - while nice to see, it’s a concern that Georgia is the smallest margin by far and only 3%.

    20 - Bennie Thompson is dumb as a post and as corrupt as anyone in D.C. but he is sly as a fox.

    FINALLY - excellent reply!!

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    1. re #14 It's the demographics. GA has a demographic that the dem party claims to own, and as you can see in that polling, that claim is partly true.

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    2. That is only true in the larger metro areas. I like to think of it as California coast disease .

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  4. Re 9....tell me please Mr azzhole what other people do this other than urban dwellers ?

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    1. If blacks don't want to be associated with looting then tell them to stop doing all the looting

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  5. Item #18, Russian school children: any word on whether masks, vaccinations required?

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    1. Pretty sure they don't have to eat their lunch outside sitting on the ground like they do in NYC.

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  6. I, too, side with Project Veritas -- real journalists. The rest of the corrupt bunch are enemies of the people.

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  7. re: item 17: Is there anything those Florida folks don't do?

    And it is truly unfortunate that Phil Murphy was re-elected and is in Florida for a vacation. What a jerk.

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    1. I wonder what Creepy Phil's excuse will be when he doesn't follow his masking rules in NJ while he gallivants around in non-communist Florida?

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    2. He was not re-elected. Thousands of ballots were "found" after the counting was officially done.

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  8. Felt like old times last night Big D. The Zags and UCLA in Vegas with varely a mask to be seen. And when Holmgren went behind his back and then took off at the free throw line for the Pterodactyl Phlush while the hapless Bruin street jiggas stood in frozen awe, this WHITE man was jumpin for joy in the EP, baby! Like, if the LibCommies want to make ERRYTHING about race, I can play that tune too dawg.

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    1. Zee , you definitely have a great way with words : the " Pterodactyl Phlush " ha ha ha ha ha

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  9. Not that I would ever donate even one cent to the Women's March, but if I were to donate, it would be $14.92.

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    1. Considering the pro abortion goal of the women's march, 6.66 might be a more appropriate donation.

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    2. $1.49, and I'd ask for a receipt.

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  10. Some good articles by Ms. Amber Athey @ Spectator World:

    Item 3: https://spectatorworld.com/topic/waukesha-wisconsin-christmas-darrell-brooks-media/

    Item 20: https://spectatorworld.com/topic/democratic-distraction-january-6-waukesha-media/

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  11. Donald John Trump is still our president.

    Masthead: Trump hosted the Rittenhouses.

    Brandon is zipping off to Nantucket (insert punchline) without a moment to speak or visit Waukesha victims.

    2: Just a little, "Let them eat cake", form the crusaders of the Left.

    6: She needs to read the history of the Sioux, Iroquois, Aztecs, and Comanches.

    7: That's our Brandon. And always has been.

    9: Call it looting. If we get to play Guess The Race when it happens, their fault, not ours.

    14: Again, ballot harvesting was not how the Demos stole the election. Fake ballots was.

    And, no, you can win in this jungle without cheating, but you have to pass the margin of fraud, as well as the margin of victory.

    Prosecuting crooked politicians would also help.

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  12. #5 "Freedom isn't free" -- but the vaccines are. What does that tell us?

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  13. #10. Doing a history check, one would find that General McClellan, another democrat, wanted to surrender to the rebellious states. For those who wrongly call it the war of northern aggression, please learn history. Fort Sumter was a federal facility constructed by dumping large quantities of granite, quarried in New Hampshire and other northern states and hauled by ship to Charleston. Title to the land was ceded to the federal government in 1836.
    For those who question the economy of hauling 70 thousand tons of granite from New England, there was a cargo triangle. Manufactured goods produced in Europe were sold in the industrial north. Those ships would then sail to Charleston and pick up a load of cotton for transport back to Europe. An empty ship rides high in the water and is hard to manage in rough seas. Calm waters mean slow going when you are propelled by the wind, and the trip south was against the wind meaning the vessels needed to tack.
    That is also the reason the south hated tariffs. High tariffs meant fewer goods bought by the north. That meant fewer ships which translated to less cotton exported to Europe.
    Back to Miley, he's just the latest version of the democrat surrender general. And we have the audacity to mock the French who helped secure our independence.

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    1. Wars are not good guys versus bad guys. Also, Santa Claus doesn't not exist.

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    2. I don't know Nerfchatcher, talk to the citizens of Nanking in which the Japanese gassed and killed more people than we did nuking two cities. Talk to the People freed from Dachau. Or the survivors of Bataan, Nothing's perfect in this fallen world, but there can be arguments made.
      BTW Bucannon is still up there in the pantheon of bad presidents. McClellan was the 1860's Westly Clark.Who almost got Us in a war with Russia...

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  14. #12. Nearly all the damage caused at the unite the right rally was caused by antifa and blm terrorists. The deep state isn't going to make their new brown shirts pay a penny.

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  15. #14. We could just execute all the cheaters but they'd still vote communist.

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  16. #16. Cancelled in 3....2....DUCK!

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  17. Item 8. My uncle on Mom's side ran a hardware store in
    Western Kansas. One day a group of gypsies mobbed the store. By himself, he went to sporting goods, grabbed a Mossberg .12 pump, loaded it racked it, and said: "PUT IT BACK!" -they did. He was Patton's driver for a while. Man was fearless.. We need more like him.

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    1. A good man indeed! Today the left would be screaming for him to be arrested.

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    2. And they’d want to court Marshall Patton too.

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  18. Looks a lot like looting, but what with the masks, hoodies, and gloves can’t tell the color of the looters. If the word “looting” is bad, how about “plundering” or “pillaging”?

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  19. #18. When I was a kid school was cancelled one time due to the extreme cold. We spent the day building snow forts, sledding on the hills in the local park and ice fishing on the lake.
    The next day the superintendent told the thin blooded teachers to suck it up and come to work. We had a few new ones from southern regions.

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  20. Item 9: I have taken to using the terms "pillaging" and "sacking", which I find better descriptions of what these barbarians are doing.

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  21. #2 I was watching a show about the Nez Pierce yesterday.
    They got along with their neighbors in the Wallowa valley,
    It was the Government (mainly Dems) who forced them to leave. Took the Appaloosa horses and killed them.
    They were settled in two different areas away from the Wallowa valley. My Gr. aunt was married to a descendant of Chief Joseph's sister. A lot of people in this area
    have Nez Peirce blood.
    My point-there are a lot of US who have american Indian Blood. Some more than others. We obviously got along at some point. I won't go into the issue of Hatfields and McCoys but that is another story ;-).-

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  22. #8. What are the chances that the Best Buy CEO votes (D). Oh, the beautiful irony!

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  23. "America, your top general is an enemy agent."

    Welcome to the realization that Deep State runs America. So why as you more obsessed with chipmunk AOC than the CIA, Bezos, Bill Gates and Soros?

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    1. RFK Jr - "The Real Anthony Fauci: Bill Gates, Big Pharma, and the Global War on Democracy and Public Health"

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    2. The entire DC cartel is Public Enemy No. 1. Trump's greatest achievement, among his many, was ripping the cover off their deceit and forcing them into the open. Now, the country has a much better idea of what it's dealing with. Watching Democrats ruining everything they can as fast as they can is the mother of political lessons. Any doubt about the evil intentions of the DC gang has vaporized. Thank you President Trump!

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  24. 5 - This is another reason to hate and oppose "single-payer" (sic) "health care" (sic). Most of the arguments about the destruction of any supply-demand mechanism are focused on "practical" (sic) "solutions" (sic) - like denying care to anyone older than a certain age, and the infamous "death panels." I've always figured that there was no way that these ghouls would be able to resist the temptation to make single-source access to "health care" (sic) depend on political considerations. This joker certainly shows that that concern is valid.

    8/9 - This nonsense is spreading. A few weeks back, I was "in town" (small city as the regional hub) and stopped by the HD to get a power tool. I was puzzled because the web site that morning had said that several were in stock but the shelf was empty. A gent who worked there ambled by and I asked about this - turned out he was the assistant manager of the place. He told me that they have been having problems with people coming in and just taking stuff and walking out the door - and there is nothing anyone can or will do about it. A young lady who worked there happened to amble by and heard us talking - and she pointed to an empty shelf and said that it had been full first thing in the morning, and their system showed none of those items that had been there having been purchased. We're getting close to having to shoot looters on sight to put a stop to this stuff.

    15 - It also makes people more productive. But I don't worry about people having too much free time on their hands due to all the productivity gains. Years back, "sociologists" (sic) were telling us that productivity was getting to be so good that soon people would only need to work 8 or 10 hours a week - and that all the extra idle time would cause social problems. Many universities created departments and programs with titles like (I kid you not - you can look it up) "Leisure Studies" - to train people to go out and deal with the huge population with too much time on their hands. Haven't noticed too many people complaining about too little work, though.

    18 - -38C in Yakutsk is a pretty normal winter temperature, so life goes on as normal; every place has their own local definition of "too hot" and/or "too cold." Look up the weather in Ojmjakon (Oymyakon) for some real cold.

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    1. "If it's minus 20C we get out sunscreen." direct quote of a Russian friend ofmine.

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    2. I’ve been told that Lowe’s has a similar problem, nationwide. They can’t stop someone walking out with low value items (not sure of the amount - maybe less than $100).

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    3. Watch as the stores are abandoned and everything then is order-by-email.

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  25. Item 2: what’s Brandon having?

    Item 14: election margins have to be greater than the margin of corruption before harvesting.

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  26. Record wind chill in Grand Forks ND 1985: -101F. Rub some dirt on it, Snowflakes!

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  27. finally-why are conservative women better looking than
    liberal women as a rule.
    Genetics? lifestyle.? both?

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    1. Democrat women are permanently pissed because they weren't invited to their high school prom. So, high school boys, do your part to make America great again and make sure every single goddamned girl gets invited to the prom!

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  28. #3 It's a hate crime, DOJ and FBI!

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    1. From The Crawdad Hole--h/t AniEm says:
      November 24, 2021 at 9:27 am

      Thank you for the link. It is just devastating. Cancel Culture has morphed into Carnage Culture. God have mercy.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wxqh1jpgHxc&feature=emb_title

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  29. 1) Best Buy CEO Corie Barry said that the recent spike in mass store robberies is hurting her company's business and has been traumatic for employees.

    2) https://gettr.com/post/phrbe2ff8a

    I nominate Corie Barry as the 2021 IDIOT OF THE YEAR.

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  31. Item #11: I agree. I am sick and tired of my Walmart pharmacy pushing opioids on me. Ever time I go there to buy groceries.. they are always throwing opioids in to my shopping basket and making me buy them. It is very frustrating. I try to get mad, but ... I tend to fall asleep once I get home.
    In seriousness.... how can a jury even make that claim? Pharmacies only FILL doctor's prescriptions. They don't make them. I'f actually found it overly difficult to get even the basic pain relief nowadays. It has gone too far.
    If we can legalize marijuana, then why are we cracking down on Norco or Darvocet?

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