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Thursday, August 18, 2022

Highlights of the News

ITEM 1: Jane Goodall told WEF (a collection of Dr. Evils) that we must reduce the world's population by 90%.

Kill 7 billion people but save the gorillas.

She is a lunatic.

ITEM 2: KDFW reported, "Signs saying 'In God We Trust' will now hang in Carroll ISD schools in Texas after being donated by a locally-owned wireless provider.

"Patriot Mobile, which labels itself a Christian conservative wireless provider, donated the signs to the Carroll Independent School District and they will now be hung in CISD schools.

"According to a state law passed in 2021, schools are required to display signs or posters bearing the national motto in a conspicuous place provided that the signs were donated to the school or bought with private donations."

That's nice.

But the story said, "Anya Kushwaha, told NBC 5 the law is a disturbing dissolution between the separation of church and state."

We need a separation of atheism and state.

ITEM 3AP reported, "Former Vice President Mike Pence on Wednesday implored fellow Republicans to stop lashing out at the FBI over the search of Donald Trump’s Florida home and denounced calls by some of the former president’s allies to defund the FBI, saying that was just as wrong as a push by Democratic activists to shift money from police."

You know what would change his mind? An arrest in a pre-dawn raid televised live on CNN.

ITEM 4: Breitbart reported, "Democrat Sen. Mark Kelly is conspicuously avoiding any mention of his staunch gun control advocacy as he asks Arizona voters to support his bid for reelection.

"Kelly cofounded the gun control group Americans for Responsible Solutions with his wife Gabby Giffords less than a month after the Sandy Hook Elementary School attack. That gun control group morphed into Giffords, a gun control outlet which grades states on the stringency of their gun control and pushes for the adoption of further restrictions at the state and federal level."

So I checked out his ranking for the state of Arizona.

An F.

He gave California an A. Maybe instead of electing a third senator for California, Arizonans should elect someone who likes Arizona.

ITEM 5: AP reported, "Target profit plunges nearly 90% after heavy discounts to clear inventory."

Many of those discounts were of the five-finger variety as Target supports BLM and defunding the police.

When you allow men in skirts to to use the ladies room, women shop elsewhere.

ITEM 6: Summit News reported, "Axios reports that Jane Lubchenco, the deputy director for climate and environment at the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, has been pulled up by the NAS for editing a paper later found to contain technical errors, as well as having worked with the scientists involved in it, one of which turned out to be her brother-in law."

Home cooking.

Did you expect ethical behavior from a Biden official? That's like expecting a rooster to lay eggs.

ITEM 7: Breitbart reported, "Rep. Liz Cheney’s (R-WY) net worth ballooned from an estimated $7 million when she first took office in 2017 to possibly more than $44 million in 2020, according to analysis from the Center for Responsive Politics and her most recent financial disclosure forms.

"Depending on where she falls in the ranges in her latest financial disclosure forms, that could represent as much as a six-fold increase in her net worth in just a few short years in Congress -- a massive boom for an already -- independently wealthy political scion of the powerful Cheney family which counts among its most powerful her father, former Vice President of the United States Dick Cheney."

AOC's role model.

ITEM 8: Just the News reported, "The 9/11 museum in New York City will close its doors Wednesday, just weeks shy of the 21st anniversary of the 2001 terrorist attacks, due to financial struggles stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic.

"Senior administrators told the New York Post that revenue loss from its pandemic closings in 2020 and 2021 had forced the shutdown."

Never forget but City Hall has. 

Surely a city with a $100 billion-a-year budget can underwrite this museum.

ITEM 9: Facebook (Meta) bragged, "In recent years, Meta has developed a comprehensive approach to how elections play out on our platforms. With the 2022 US midterms on the horizon, we are setting out how our approach applies in this election cycle, which is largely consistent with the policies and safeguards we had in place during the 2020 US Presidential election."

Social media is how the government now controls speech.

ITEM 10: Just the News reported, "Vote-by-mail applications for the Nov. 8 general election opened Wednesday, along with the new ability to permanently request mail-in ballots.

"All registered Illinois voters are eligible to vote by mail due to a new state law allowing voters to tell their election authority they permanently want to receive mail-in ballots.

"Illinoisans looking to vote by mail can apply online."

Democrats sowed the seeds for this year's crops.

Republicans in Illinois had better harvest those ballots.

ITEM 11: WINK TV reported, "A Charlotte County (Florida) teacher has been arrested for concealing a missing teen inside her Port Charlotte home.

"The Charlotte County Sheriff’s Office says it has arrested Kelly Simpson, 31, for interfering with the custody of a minor.

"Deputies say an investigation into a child who was reported missing by their parents on August 12 led them to Simpson’s home.

"The sheriff’s office says Simpson picked up the minor from an unknown location and hid him in her home. They say she knew that he had been reported missing and endangered.

"A report from the Charlotte County Sheriff’s Office says Simpson lied to them about the teen being in her home when he should have been at school."

Is kidnaping too harsh a term?

ITEM 12: NBC reported, "Sex between men, not skin contact, is fueling monkeypox, new research suggests."

Whoa.

NBC told the truth about monkeypox. It is a VD.

ITEM 13: KUOW-TV reported, "'Another kind of homophobia:' Critics say King County's monkeypox vaccine criteria are intrusive."

King County (Seattle) has a limited supply of vaccines.

The story said, "In King County, those currently eligible for the vaccine include a subset of men or transgender people who have sex with men: such as those who’ve had more than 10 sexual partners in the past three months, those who’ve used meth in the past month, or who meet certain other criteria. People who’ve had sexual or close contact with someone who tested positive for monkeypox can also get the vaccine.

"The way those eligibility requirements are being rolled out might actually be creating problems, said Bekah Telew, the co-executive director of Seattle’s LGBTQ+ Center.

"That’s because, when folks come in for a vaccine, the provider asks them to sign paperwork verifying their eligibility — that they’ve had 10 sexual partners in the past three months, for example, or that they’ve had syphilis or gonorrhea in the past year."

10 sex partners in the past 3 months???

It isn't monkeypox. It is Slutpox.

ITEM 14Politico reported, "Attacking Crimea is fair game for Ukraine — and it has America’s support to hit the Russians there.

"Kyiv was behind the three explosions this past week on the Russian-annexed peninsula, per a CNN-obtained Ukrainian government document, including a large blast at Saki airbase that destroyed several of Moscow’s warplanes."

The escalation begins.

It's like the Spanish Civil War, which is not a good sign.

WHY THE LORD LETS MEN LIVE PAST 50:

Saved by a good guy with big hands.

ITEM 15: The New York Post reported, "Transgender student Grant Sikes rejected from every University of Alabama sorority."

Roll Tide.

ITEM 16: We're not gonna take it.

Conservatives no longer are invertebrates.

94 comments:

  1. Item 1.
    Why doesn't she go first?
    For communist progressives it's OK for others to die.
    Choice: lunatic or evil? I say both.

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    1. Dittos! She's 88 years old. By her standard, she's already overstayed her welcome.

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    2. You never see these "elites" volunteering to off themselves for the good of the planet.

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    3. Lunatic and evil for sure.

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    4. #14 .. This is nothing new. Ever see the movie "Rise Of The Planet of The Apes" which is the 21st century version of "Planet of The Apes" White males now rank below chimpanzees, gorillas and orangutans in the moral order

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    5. I always preferred all of the originals. Still my favs.

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    6. My first thought was that she must lead the way.

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    7. And to think that in 1984, I got an "F" on a paper on saving the planet that recommended reducing the planet population by 50%

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  2. C'mon Jane! If you're going to talk the talk then walk the walk. Commit suicide immediately.

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    1. As long as those 7 billions are dark skinned , Jane's
      ok with it.

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    2. I've heard that most in the Dark Continent still live as they did 700 years ago.

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    3. Yes Jane, you've overstayed your welcome. You've had enough time here on earth.

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    4. Or to quote SNL's Dan Akroyd: Jane, you ignornant slut!

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    5. ☝️☝️☝️Like a knife, LuAnn!!!🤣😂😆
      -LG

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  3. ITEM 5: Men in skirts? As far as I know there is no dress code for men in the ladies room. It's come as you are.

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    1. Or Life Of Brian's
      "It's a man's right to be a woman if he wants to" scene.
      Sadly, people are making serious what was once satire.
      -LG

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    2. ~LG and SL. Hat tips to you both. I was thinking Life of Brians reading SL's post.

      People take themselves waayyy too seriously these days. Im going to die because you called me a sir, it screeches!!! No, you arent. hell, Ive been mistaken for my Dad on the phone since I was 4. Been mistaken for my hubby since I got married. And I am a girl. The world needs to take a chill pill, and enjoy life again. They wont do it, Dems especially, but Lordy it would be nice.

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    3. I recently saw that Monty Python clip and thought, Wow, it has come true now.

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  4. 1 - the WEF is pure evil. Possibly worse than Soros.

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    1. Yes, they are pure evil. It is shocking to me that they are so evil. Although, I still think it's a tie between the WEF and Soros. May they burn in hell.

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  5. ITEM 14: Saved by a good guy with big hands.
    Or... Use a churchkey can (and beer bottle) opener. Just push the point under the cap and release the pressure. Easy peasy.

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    1. If you have one you can do that. -- BJ54

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    2. She could have hit the top with a knife back on the rim in several places. Much more fun for Dad's Save though. Quicker too.

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    3. I use the churchkey but use the flat end (the one for opening bottles) and lift just enough to break the seal. Otherwise, turn the jar upside down, and hit the lid on the counter. You have to keep the surface of the lid parallel to the surface of the counter. Hit it a couple times, this will usually break the seal also. Learned that one from my wife :)

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    4. Sometimes I think my wife just keeps me around to step on spiders.

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    5. TJ, that's very funny. My wife's version of gardening is putting on her hat and gloves and telling the nice man where to dig.

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    6. My folks taught me early on to tap the side of the lid on the edge of a counter. Opens right up.

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    7. I've found that holding the top and bottom, not the sides of the jar or lid, it will unscrew easily.

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  6. 8 - NYC is too concerned with giving needles to addicts and putting the homeless up in $400 a night hotel rooms.

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    1. A few years ago I visited the 911 Museum and asked where I could see the steel girders in the shape of a cross. The cross was placed in a dark area among several other items the Museum must have decided weren’t worthy enough to be seen. I am not surprised that the Museum is closing.

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    2. Shameful and a slap in the face to all the victims.

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    3. If it's any good, maybe the National Park Service could take over. Or the Smithsonian.

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  7. 9 - the only thing Meta safeguards is liberal office holders and candidates.

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    1. I'm glad I'm not involved in social media. I have a few accounts I set up years ago, but always got bored with them after a short time. So I guess I have a few inactive accounts. The thing is, I don't miss any of them, and considering how biased they've become, that's a good thing.

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    2. It's fascist/commie/totalitarian to the core now.

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  8. Randy says: Item 10: “All registered Illinois voters are eligible to vote by mail due to a new state law allowing voters to tell their election authority they permanently want to receive mail-in ballots.” Why don’t they just skip the façade and save costs by allowing everyone to permanently vote the straight Democrat ticket in every election? No ballot printing, no postage, no poll workers to open and count ballots, just record every registered voter as a vote for all Democrats. Nope, no option for voting the straight Republican ticket.

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    1. That would take all of the fun out of it for the liberals.

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    2. It's voter fraud. Until this gets cleaned up, learn ballot harvesting. It's going to be the only way to win.

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    3. In Arizona, they're having drop box tail gate parties to watch the boxes. Sounds like a fun idea!

      https://www.survivethenews.com/arizona-patriots-hold-drop-box-tailgate-parties-to-protect-free-and-fair-elections/

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    4. Hell Bent For LeatherAugust 18, 2022 at 10:43 PM

      What a *great* idea!

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  9. Randy says: Item 11: “A Charlotte County teacher has been arrested for concealing a missing teen inside her Port Charlotte home.” Some critical information is lacking here. Did the teen ask the teacher to hide him? If so, why was the teen hiding? Abusive parents? Anne Frank was hidden from the authorities for years, but for compassionate reasons. “Is kidnaping too harsh a term?” Kidnapping is a premature term at this point.

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    1. I wouldn't be surprised to learn that they are in some kind of relationship.

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    2. That was what I thought reading it. Cant understand the attraction to a kid or teenager though.

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    3. If it was legit, the teacher should have informed the authorities and child services. Not that either of them are paragons of virtue or responsibility, but that would have been better than risking jail.

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  10. Randy says: Item 13: “when folks come in for a vaccine, the provider asks them to sign paperwork verifying their eligibility” And before they give you the treatment for malaria, they ask you to sign paperwork verifying that you’ve recently traveled to a malaria-infested country. Duh! You don’t need the poofterpox vaccine if you’re not a poofter.

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    1. Item 13: Well, if you admit in writing that you had more than 10 "encounters" with other men, you might qualify.

      There are those who have more than 10 encounters with other men every weekend. Volunteer that you have had gonorrhea, syphilis and you move up to "Qualified with oak leaf clusters".

      Let's stop using euphemisms and call it what it is. It's a venereal disease that almost exclusively affects gays and their recruits, now including kids and family pets.

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  11. Goodall and her ilk still think the world is expanding. Fools - it's shrinking. And with the coming food shortages, it's going to get smaller fast. Especially in the middle east and SE Asia.

    I think we need to formally declare the Davos crowd a terrorist group seeking the extermination of the human race. At their next convo just raid it and lock everyone of them up for life without parole or access to any outside outlets.

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    1. Yes and yes to your idea, Black JEM. Doesn't Goodall, who is more than elderly, need to stage her own exit from this world. Hasn't she been here too long? What a disgusting person.

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    2. I find it amusing that they think with the world depopulated, they are going to live the high life. No idiots, you are going to get to grow your own food, make your own clothes and chop your own wood because there wont be anyone else to do it. There wont be enough people to keep everything running, even electricity.

      The Depopulationists do remind me of Logan's Run movie. Everyone was capped at 30. Or supposed to be.
      ~TJ

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    3. Sorry Black JEM, gotta disagree. Drop in a couple of cruise missiles, then as they unass the region, shoot down their planes. If they seem reluctant to leave, drop heavy bombs on the roads out as though it were being prepped for an air assault. That should get them moving, or leak word that the next one is a nuke.
      Always remember, Switzerland is not an ally, they profess neutrality, but play both sides. Hitler left them alone, but it wasn't because they were armed to the teeth but because their money financed his operations.

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    4. Switzerland is just a place to hide your money.

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  12. Item 1: 500 years ago puts us in the 16th century. There were 13 major wars fought between 1500 and 1600 AD. What makes her think that all of our problems would be solved if we had the population we had 500 years ago. Humans will still disagree and solve their differences through wars. There is no utopia! The sooner everybody realizes that the better.

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    1. Exactly, there is no utopia. There have always been wars. How utterly naive, yet evil, to imagine otherwise and suggest that population reduction is an answer. I am surprised Goddal didn't mention gas chambers.

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    2. Speaking of Utopia, I saw a meme recently that claimed that prisons are the perfect liberal utopia:
      Free accommodations, free meals, free health care, and only the cops have guns.

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    3. That works for me, pinroot.

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  13. Not only did the good folks of WY flush the lizard, they broke primary voting records to do so.
    Register that one under, "Oh HELL no!"

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  14. #16 - re: Conservatives growing a spine. Punch back twice as hard.

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    1. Some of us are. Some of us are too busy working and paying outrageous tax bills to muster the energy to grow spines. But we can all get prickly like sea urchins! MAGA! BJ54

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  15. #14 -- re: Ukraine-Russia. Is that thing still going on? Turn the channel. I am sick of it.

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    1. I’ve tuned it out. Except for the bushels of money we are sending there.

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    2. Agreed. The bushels of money should stop immediately.

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    3. That's the point. No one's paying attention so now the money's easier to launder.
      -LG

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    4. And the Dems shot down the few bills that would have made them be accountable to where the money and equipment was going. Dont want to shut that spigot down.
      ~TJ

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    5. I'm obsessed with Ukraine-Russia because NATO is instigating WWIII there.

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  16. #3 re: Mike Pence story by the AP. Done with both of them. Go away.

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  17. #5 - re: Target. Get woke, go broke.

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    1. Target thought their wokeness would make them money. Idiocracy in the board rooms of American businesses. --BJ54

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    2. And it's still continuing.

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  18. Hopefully, Mr Big Hands, in addition to some "Thank You, Daddy" hugs will also get some wifey love for saving the day. I mean, it looks like he bruised his hand with his daughter saving effort. If hes smart he'll be asking wifey to "Tiss his hand boo boo" Could lead to other pleasurable activities as well

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  19. I am the author or the Packaging Machinery Handbook, available on Amazon.

    In that book I explain how vacuum capping works as well as most other types of packaging.

    The cap has a tacky lining. As the jar is filled, it is also steamed. When the cap is applied, the steam heats the seal. As the steam condenses it forms a vacuum pulling the seal down onto the glass, bonding it together. The threads do very little to keep the lid closed.

    To open, hold the jar sideways, slam the bottom with the palm of your hand. The hydraulic shock (water hammer in your household plumbing) breaks the seal loose. Once you do that, even a 6 year old child can open it.

    You are welcome.

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    1. John Henry?!
      Gonna die wit' a hammer in your hand,
      Lord Lord,
      gonna die wit' a hammer in your hand.

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    2. Groucho Marks once said, "A child of six can do this! Quick! Get me a child of six!"

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    3. After years of slamming cr@p with my hands, no thanks, I'll figure out an easier way.

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  20. 3. 'Clutch Cargo' needs to hide his ass in the back woods and be seen as little as bigfoot.
    4. And Mark Kelly needs to be shot back into space and left there.
    -LG

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  21. Donald John Trump is still our president.

    1: She can go first. And take the rest of the Davos crowd with her.

    13: Slutpox. Nifty.

    14: White men will always be indispensible.

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  22. Item 1: “She is a lunatic.”
    Writing off these people as crazy is lazy, self-defeating and gives your audience short shrift. If you’re going to employ epithets, at least apply them accurately. Ms. Goodall is malevolent.

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  23. Goodall? Isn't she the gap who slept with monkeys? Original cause of monkey pox.

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  24. You first Jane. You're old and about done so why don't you euthanize yourself and remove one more mouth to feed and lungs to breathe?

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  25. What the depop people think will happen is that ai and robotics will create a mechanical slave culture. Anything they want will be produced on demand by mechanized factories with limited human oversight. They neglect to note that that will make those who keep those factories running will become the de facto rulers of the world. As if everything is cheap then being rich won't matter so much any more.
    When thinking about the future people always neglect to take everything in consideration and wind up leaving out some important parts that will bring their building block utopia crashing down.

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    1. This is an ugly utopia that I want no part of. It is evil to the core.

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  26. “Overpopulation: Just Enough of Me, Way Too Much of You”--P.J. O’Rourke

    It’s the same old Hitler-Sanger Eugenics program from a century ago.

    Commies and Fascists have tried to wreck nations’ economies to gain power, but not after gaining power, at least not on purpose. Stalin’s Holodomor was done to solidify Power. Nazis and ANTIFA joined to wreck Weimar. But never have the dictators joined together to wreck all their economies all at once for Eugenic Depopulation and World Government. Not even at Babel.

    I pray that our True President will come to understand the VAXX/VIRUS ATTACK was just another part of the War on Civilization by the Military-Industrial Herpes Complex.

    https://restinthevine.blogspot.com/2021/09/eugenically-chesterton-population.html

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  27. Military-Industrial Herpes Complex -- I like that!

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  28. "In God We Trust"

    Can someone explain how this is relevant in the separation of church and state? Which church? No church is mentioned, so what's the beef?

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    1. The lefties are forever pissed that USA is the only place in the world that they can get away their poor behavior because our constitutional Republic is based on Christian ethics and morals . 🤣😂😆

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    2. More to the point: Nothing in the Constitution or Federal Law has ever required a "separation of church and state".

      The term comes from a letter from Thomas Jefferson to some clergy in Connecticut that were shaming him over his ownership of slaves.

      He was trying to tell them that they had to shut up about it because of their positions in their Churches.

      To say that he was getting the 1st Amendment completely wrong would be a massive understatement.

      SCOTUS Chief Justice Rehnquist systematically obliterated the entire notion in one of his Opinions.

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  29. Item 4 - as a proud supporter of gun rights , I left Commiefornia after 55 yrs for Arizona because it has the best gun laws in the US. And for that I thank the Arizona Citizens Defense League.

    HPB

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  30. Every Trump supporter of note has been targeted by either DOJ or State level prosecutors for endless persecution - case after case, none with merit, that end up bankrupting them on attorneys fees alone.

    Mike Pence has NOT been subject to this persecution at all.

    No pre-dawn raids with no-knock warrants and CNN camera crews to record the FBI patting down his wife in her nightgown.

    Mike Pence is part of the Establishment. He's one of them. He knows it, and so do they. So, he's perfectly safe.

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  31. Sen Mark Kelly is on video buying an AR-15, took it to the range to get some practice in also.

    This was back before he was a Senator, just a few months before one of his wife's loony constituents shot her.

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  32. "The 9/11 museum in New York City will close its doors Wednesday"

    The Conquest Mosque that Terrorists built a block away from ground zero is doing quite well though, so its not a total loss.

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