2021·07·10 Joe Biden Didn’t Win Daily Thread

His Fraudulency

Joe Biteme, properly styled His Fraudulency, continues to infest the White House, and hopium is still being dispensed even as our military appears to have joined the political establishment in knuckling under to the fraud.

All realistic hope lies in the audits, and perhaps the Lindell lawsuit (that will depend on how honestly the system responds to the suit).

One can hope that all is not as it seems.

I’d love to feast on that crow.


It looks like the next couple of months aren’t going to be as busy I had thought so I can do some physics posts. See below.

Justice Must Be Done.

The prior election must be acknowledged as fraudulent, and steps must be taken to prosecute the fraudsters and restore integrity to the system.

Nothing else matters at this point. Talking about trying again in 2022 or 2024 is hopeless otherwise. Which is not to say one must never talk about this, but rather that one must account for this in ones planning; if fixing the fraud is not part of the plan, you have no plan.

Lawyer Appeasement Section

OK now for the fine print.

This is the WQTH Daily Thread. You know the drill. There’s no Poltical correctness, but civility is a requirement. There are Important Guidelines,  here, with an addendum on 20191110.

We have a new board – called The U Tree – where people can take each other to the woodshed without fear of censorship or moderation.

And remember Wheatie’s Rules:

1. No food fights
2. No running with scissors.
3. If you bring snacks, bring enough for everyone.
4. Zeroth rule of gun safety: Don’t let the government get your guns.
5. Rule one of gun safety: The gun is always loaded.
5a. If you actually want the gun to be loaded, like because you’re checking out a bump in the night, then it’s empty.
6. Rule two of gun safety: Never point the gun at anything you’re not willing to destroy.
7. Rule three: Keep your finger off the trigger until ready to fire.
8. Rule the fourth: Be sure of your target and what is behind it.

(Hmm a few extras seem to have crept in.)

(Paper) Spot Prices

Last week:

Gold $1788.30
Silver $26.53
Platinum $1094.00
Palladium $2874.00
Rhodium $19,400.00

This week, 3PM Mountain Time, markets have closed for the weekend.

Gold $1808.90
Silver $26.19
Platinum $1105
Palladium $2903
Rhodium $18,500

UPDATE: Apparently paper prices are getting closer to reality. I was quoted $125 over spot for an American Gold Eagle (the modern day one ounce bullion piece).

Gold is slowly climbing again, Silver down a touch, Platinum and Palladium up a bit, Rhodium is down. In fact at the beginning of the day today it was at $17,500 but jumped a grand sometime before close.

Max Planck: Physics Starts Getting Weird


This is going to start to tie together a few dangling threads out there, notably Hertz’s discovery of the photoelectric effect (how even dim, weak ultraviolet light would help the spark jump the gap but glaringly bright visible light would not), and the puzzle of why black body radiation had a “hump” in its frequency distribution (instead of just going to infinity with higher frequency/lower wavelength).

To recap, we knew of the existence of X rays, ultraviolet, infrared and radio, in addition to “ordinary” visible light.

Also, to avoid getting bogged down in Spockian numbers specified to nine decimal places, I’m going to round a lot of things off.

Max Planck

Planck was born in 1858 in Kiel, Holstein (now the German state of Schleswig-Holstein, it’s the area immediately adjacent to modern-day Denmark).

He was raised as a geek, and ended up teaching at the Humboldt University in Berlin. In 1894 he decided to take up the black body radiation problem. Why did it behave the way it did?

To recap, black body radiation is the glow given off by hot objects (in the idealized case that the hot object is perfectly black). As shown in the figure below, if you plot the wavelength of the light versus intensity you get a hump that’s steep on the high frequency side (left side of the diagram), and less steep on the low frequency side. The peak of the curve tends towards blue (leftward) the higher the temperature, and the height of the curve increases very rapidly as the temperature increases.

Figure 10-1 recap of black body radiation curves.

The best physicists could do as of 1894 (when Planck put his shoulder to the wheel) is design a theory (the Rayleigh-Jeans law) that predicted the distribution should look like the black line in the figure. It’s not a bad match at the low frequencies (longer wavelengths, at the far right) but is totally, ridiculously wrong at higher frequencies/lower wavelengths; the prediction was basically that the higher the frequency the more should be radiated at that frequency. Since you can’t get a sunburn (caused by ultraviolet) off of a wood fire–because the wood fire is not super hot and emits no UV–we know that’s not actually what’s going on here.

Figure 10-2 An approximate rendering of the color of glow of a black body, given its temperature (in kelvin). The sun comes in at about 5800 K, so it’s just a tiny bit off white. The only things you’re likely to have seen that are hot enough to appear to be glowing blue are many stars in the night sky and bolts of lightning. That being said, modern LED light bulbs are generally set to simulate some specific temperature, from “warm” tungsten filaments through sunlight, and cloudy days and shade can give a 7-9 thousand kelvin cast to things that your camera has to try to account for if you don’t, when taking pictures.

An alternate law, Wien’s Law, was proposed by Wilhelm Wien in 1896 (after Planck began his work). It worked well at high frequencies and was wrong at low frequencies. It was a much better fit, but not perfect; it was a bit too low. Alas this diagram is “backwards” (compared to 10-1) with high wavelengths on the left.

Figure 10-3 Wien’s Law.

Wien’s Law looks pretty close, but it’s not right-on, so there was still a problem here.

Max Planck’s goal was to solve the problem, to come up with a formula that gave results consistent with what was actually measured. And since the line that’s “true” in figure 10-3 is labeled “Planck” you can probably guess that he ultimately succeeded.

But not without some trials and tribulations. He tried to imagine the atoms in the glowing object as little oscillators, because that way he could apply entropy to an ideal oscillator. He came up with a proposed law (the Wien-Planck law) in 1899…that, alas, turned out not to match measurements either.

In October of the next year, 1900, he did succeed in writing a law that described experimental results well. This derivation avoided any sort of statistical mechanics, which Planck had an aversion to.

Statistical mechanics was a fairly new thing at the time, it studied large assemblies of microscopic units in a statistical manner; in fact modern thermodynamics relies heavily on it. But in 1900 it was still considered suspect by many, including Max Planck. It had philosophical and physical implications that were distasteful to many.

But Planck, having got a law that looked good on paper…couldn’t for the life of him explain why it worked–and without some explanation of that, it was interesting that his law could match what was seen, but not enlightening. Over the course of the next few months, he did finally, in desperation, decide to accept statistical mechanics as a tool, incorporating Boltzmann’s statistical interpretation of the second law of thermodynamics.

This is like a dedicated Marxist coming to the dawning realization that capitalism works and Marxism cannot. That is how desperate Planck was to try new things to figure this out. It was, as he said, “an act of despair … I was ready to sacrifice any of my previous convictions about physics.”

His derivation started with an assumption that seemed totally whacky, and had no obvious basis in reality, but it was: Energy could only be emitted in multiples of a certain base amount. That amount was:

E = h ν

(As a reminder ν is the lower case Greek letter “nu” and stands for the frequency of the light being emitted.)

This meant that there wasn’t just a minimum amount of energy, but that any amount of energy had to be an integer multiple of this amount. It’s sort of like money…you don’t see fractions of a cent. Any amount can be expressed as a whole number of cents, but never is there a fraction of a cent (not withstanding nominal US gasoline prices that end in 9/10 of a cent without fail).

This minimum amount was termed a “quanta.”

But note that it depends on the frequency. So at, say, 600 THz (yellow light) the minimum quanta would be one size, but at 300 THz (infrared), it would be half as much. It’s rather like exchanging your dollars for euros and now the minimum amount you can work with is the Euro cent rather than our cent.

The minimum “quanta” of energy not only depended on the frequency it would be radiated at, but also on this new number, h, which is a constant, now known as Planck’s constant, and it’s one of the most important numbers in physics:

h = 6.62607015×10−34 J s

It’s going to turn up again, and again, and again from here on out.

The units are joule seconds, not joules per second (which is power measured in watts). When you multiply this by a frequency (which is cycles per second) the seconds cancel out and leave you with energy in joules.

In fact, it’s really joules per cycle or per hertz, i.e., one cycle of the wave of the light, but the cycle is expressed as one over seconds (1/s) so when you divide by that, you’re multiplying by seconds.

(As usual when a scientist brings a new constant into things, Planck didn’t actually know the value of h; he just realized that there had to be a value to this number. Today, of course, we know it precisely, because the latest iteration of the metric system actually defines a number of physical constants, including h, to have specific values, and the size of the units involved is set by that action. Thus we have the meter…which is defined to be the distance traveled by light (in a vacuum) in 1/299792458 of a second. Planck’s constant is set to the number above, and from that, we get a definition of the kilogram [because a joule second is a kg m2/s; we have a defined second and a defined meter, so that gives us a defined kilogram]. Before 2019, however, the kilogram was still defined as the mass of a certain metal cylinder kept in a vault in France…a definition which was starting to cause problems, because exact copies made decades ago were no longer the same mass, making one wonder if any of those cylinders was not changing.)

Even with typical visible light, yellow light in particular, having a frequency of about 600 THz, or 6×1014 Hz, you can see that doing the multiplication is going to leave you with a very small number, basically about 4×10-19 joules. Given that a joule is very roughly the energy it takes to lift an apple a meter, this is a very small amount of energy. And as mentioned, the size of the “quanta” depends on the frequency; twice the frequency, twice as much energy in a quanta.

He wasn’t the only one who was skeptical nor was he the most skeptical, Lorentz, Rayleigh and Jeans tried setting h to zero in their work, i.e., meaning that there was no minimum energy unit. That was too conservative even for Planck, who compared Jeans’s inflexibility to Hegel’s: “I am unable to understand Jeans’ stubbornness – he is an example of a theoretician as should never be existing, the same as Hegel was for philosophy. So much the worse for the facts if they don’t fit.”

But, at the time (1900) Planck did regard this as a mere formalism with no real basis in reality, much as there were, at that time, still holdouts in chemistry who thought atoms didn’t really exist, but were convenient conceptual tools. The quantum concept was convenient but didn’t represent something that really existed.

That’s what he thought at the time. Today, we look upon Planck’s use of this concept as the birth of quantum mechanics–which, if it were wrong, would mean that semiconductors don’t work and you are not reading this on a computer screen.

One last wrinkle here; as I mentioned, the constant is “per cycle” which is regarded as analogous to going all the way around a circle. That’s 2π radians. But many formulas (like for angular momentum and rotation rate, when expressed in terms of angles) operate in radians, so there’s a version of Planck’s constant that accounts for this and is expressed in a “per radian” sense instead of a “per cycle” sense. It’s written ħ (a crossed h, called “h bar” in speaking), and is h/2π. This symbol is seen, if anything, even more often than h in modern physics.

But anyway, back to 1900.

Planck was banging on the door to modern physics, unwilling as yet to open it.

Soon, very soon, others would kick the damn thing down.

Obligatory PSAs and Reminders

China is Lower than Whale Shit

Remember Hong Kong!!!

Whoever ends up in the cell next to his, tell him I said “Hi.”

中国是个混蛋 !!!
Zhōngguò shì gè hùndàn !!!
China is asshoe !!!

China is in the White House

Since Wednesday, January 20 at Noon EST, the bought-and-paid for His Fraudulency Joseph Biden has been in the White House. It’s as good as having China in the Oval Office.

Joe Biden is Asshoe

China is in the White House, because Joe Biden is in the White House, and Joe Biden is identically equal to China. China is Asshoe. Therefore, Joe Biden is Asshoe.

But of course the much more important thing to realize:

Joe Biden Didn’t Win

乔*拜登没赢 !!!
Qiáo Bài dēng méi yíng !!!
Joe Biden didn’t win !!!

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bflyjesusgrl 🍊 😎NUCLEAR MAGA😎

Need Snacks?? 😋😋😋
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Isn’t there a chance of “bacon-wrapped tofu” causing a rift in the space-time continuum while cooking?

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Bacon-wrapped plant estrogens has to be multiply unkosher.

bflyjesusgrl 🍊 😎NUCLEAR MAGA😎

TBH, I don’t really know what’s underneath my preshus in any of those pictures!! 😜 Just thought a little ‘variety’ might be nice. 😁

Last edited 2 years ago by bflyjesusgrl 🍊 😎MEGA MAGA GAME ON😎
bflyjesusgrl 🍊 😎NUCLEAR MAGA😎

OK, you made me Watch the video…..NOTHING is what it seems!!

Top R – Bacon wrapped meatloaf
Bottom L – Bacon wrapped chicken mozzarella sticks
Top L – Bacon wrapped parmesan garlic sticks
Bottom R – Bacon wrapped baked potatoes 🤸‍♀️🤸‍♀️🤸‍♀️

After all that work, I’ve earned some of these….😋💓😋comment image


I like potatoes specially potato pancakes. Have not had any in years.

Cuppa Covfefe

Ahh. The old days. Mr. and Mrs. Potatohead.

And, of course, the Tater Tots…


That is why I eat only 2 every couple of years. They are additive.


I am not much into bacon just occasionally two slices.
Yesterday I picked some peppers from my garden and made stuffed peppers keto way . We were eating dinner and my husband said ” this does taste like spaghetti” and meatballs as he grated again cheeses over his peppers. I had put tomatoes sauce over the stuffed peppers.
I think I am messing with my husbands brain he has not had spaghetti in at least 6 months.  😂 
I have put him a semi keto diet, he has no clue, not for loosing weight instead to keep his insulin in check. He was 79 last Monday still full of energy and fit. He looks as if he is in his sixties.

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We had stuffed peppers last weekend too! Don’t have them very often, but they are a treat.


Yes they are 🙂


Tofu and bacon cannot exist in the same dimension

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I deleted your account – try posting again and I’ll re-approve you.



Like this?


instant gratification!


I ca be a smart ass in real time!

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Nothing else compares! Timing is everything!

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Now you are NOT registered on the site. So you are either a guest or you are using WordPress, but I suspect you’re a “guest”. Not a problem.


Welcome, fellow Guest!!! (no animal)

Cuppa Covfefe

Just look at tofu as a form of antimatter 😀

Good to see you here, Ozzy!

Have some Vegemite, or maybe Marmite 🙂 (just kidding)…
I had to have Bovril when I visited Old Blighty as a young’un… I still remember all three…

Over here, they’re trying to get everyone to be Vegan. Yuck. The last of the mo’Vegans…

Sylvia Avery

Oh bfly!!!! So hard to choose!!!

bflyjesusgrl 🍊 😎NUCLEAR MAGA😎

Here, nibble on these while trying to decide. 😋 😋 😍 😘 🤗 🥰 💓 💓 comment image

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Those look sooooooo good…..

bflyjesusgrl 🍊 😎NUCLEAR MAGA😎

Thirsty? 🤩🤩🤩
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Sylvia Avery

Well, how nice! between this and the twisty bacon stick thing I am all set! 😁😁😁😁👍 Smuchas, bfly!

bflyjesusgrl 🍊 😎NUCLEAR MAGA😎


bflyjesusgrl 🍊 😎NUCLEAR MAGA😎

Move over Coke! From soda to vodka, bourbon, and moonshine, there a lot of bacon flavored drinks! Who knew?
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Last edited 2 years ago by bflyjesusgrl 🍊 😎MEGA MAGA GAME ON😎

Its more of a dare to get those. But would you drink a jack n bacon ?

bflyjesusgrl 🍊 😎NUCLEAR MAGA😎

1st check for sugar. That usually disqualifies most everything for me. Then I’d have to taste a sip. I’ve outgrown the dare phase. 😉

bflyjesusgrl 🍊 😎NUCLEAR MAGA😎

I never said if I did or didn’t eat potatoes, I only reported on the appetizers. 😜

bflyjesusgrl 🍊 😎NUCLEAR MAGA😎

I think that was my reply to Miss Sylvia. The indentions get murky in this joint. 😉 Kinda like G-Ma, she forgot what she Amen’d, I can’t tell what I cartwheeled to. 😊😊

bflyjesusgrl 🍊 😎NUCLEAR MAGA😎

scratch that, now I see…..Bacon wrapped baked potatoes DO sound good, I bet those are Yummy! 😋😋😋🤸‍♀️🤸‍♀️🤸‍♀️

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You breeding pigs now?

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Hey – this didn’t get moderated! Tell me what you did!

Cuppa Covfefe

How about a Baconrita?
Or a Tequila Baconrise?
Or a Bacondriver?
Or a Long Island Iced Bacon? 😆

bflyjesusgrl 🍊 😎NUCLEAR MAGA😎

😋😋 *hiccup*


So! Teasing us with pictures of fruit of the pig eh?

bflyjesusgrl 🍊 😎NUCLEAR MAGA😎

You’ve got a lot of catching up to do.
Contrary to someone’s categorization, this is NOT a Test site.🙄 Here is where I pay homage to my preshus. 😁😁😍🤸‍♀️🥓🥓🥓🤸‍♀️❤❤


You missed a Plank or two….


Still reads, “But, at the time (1900) Plank did regard this as a mere formalism with no real basis in reality”.


After that, see if you can figure out who’s leg Wolf was pulling….I honestly don’t know.

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Like, DUUUUDE, there’s plenty of pictures of Maxx Plank on the web!


Cuppa Covfefe

And remember, as the Krazy Kommercial said on the Sonny and Cher Show,

When you’re out of slats, you’re out of pier…..

(Planck was without pier, I guess 🙂 )…..

(dodges empties of Blatz, Weinhards, Sudswiller, Old Milwaukee, and “the beer that shall not be named [from CO] [not all that is Golden, glitters])…..


It seems like such a small, compartmentalized subject…..but dropping it here means that it won’t have to be included in every discussion hereafter. So it makes a lot of sense to present it on its own.

It should also be noted that “quanta” is one of those words like “data” and “errata”….technically these are all the plurals of their basic thing — the datum, the quantum, and the erratum. But, like potato chips, it’s difficult to have just one. And rather than do any actual analysis on the number of things being worked with, people flip between the words with gay abandon, talking about things like “quantum physics” when they really men lots of them, “data processing” when a function takes one argument and returns one result, and (one of my favorites), “the errata section currently is blank.”


Was the Lorentz involved the same one responsible for the observation that prepartum muscle spasms in birthing at close to the speed of light tended to appear compressed in the direction of travel to an outside observer? (Lorentz Contraction)


On Wikipoo, it says that one of the other things he is famous for is the “Lorentz-Lorenz equation”, which worries me….


Actually, it looks like Lorenz published it first, then Lorentz “independently discovered it” but was the more famous name and got tacked-on. It seems to be a general equation for index of refraction based on concentration of stuff that refracts, and would probably predict the swirling optical effects you get when you pour concentrated salt water into fresh.

I had been thinking that it might predict the variances in a metaverse where scientists are cast adrift of time (t).


New VIP Schlichter —


As usual, if you want to discuss feeble browsers whose mind cannot be led astray by their feeble security, or how to break a modern browser, just ask — but you kind of need to be on Linux first.

And, BTW, you can join the Linux fun for $100 (also need spare USB mouse and HDMI display) with the Pi 400 starter kit, available at https://www.adafruit.com/ , among other places. I don’t make a dime on that — I’m just pointing it out.


In good form, as usual:

“I can’t stand the cruise ship conservatives. You know, I have a lot of proud achievements in my life. There’s a saber that my troops gave me when I was squadron commander. I have some honors. But I think that my greatest achievement, my proudest moment, was coming up with the cruise ship emoji to symbolize and encapsulate sexually dysfunctional Never Trump losers. These invertebrate sissies are pathetic weasels, and these are the guys who would say, ‘Come on The Weekly Standard Cruise! We’re going to gather on the lido deck, and Ramesh Ponnuru is going to talk about health care reform! Woooooo!’ I’d literally rather take $6 a gallon gasoline, pour it on myself, and light a match rather than listen to that hideous hellscape and have to deal with a bunch of Zima-twilling twerps on the Loser Boat. I’d save the Love Boat, but no one will ever love any of them.

I was thinking about them again as my dog took a dump, and then later I was thinking of them when I looked at Twitter, and I saw a couple of things.”


Fortunately mine are free range.

Deplorable Patriot

I don’t think I ever saw anyone drinking a Zima on a cruise ship.

he’s giving cruisers a bad name.

I prefer to call them cocktail party conservatives. That’s about the level of depth they have as well.


And Glenn Beck has the 5:30 slot at CPAC today. CPAC feels like the weekend cruise to nowhere.


BTW, if you buy one, please contact me before you turn it on, so I can talk you through the process. If you do it just right the first time, you’ll get a bunch of security that it will have forever, but if you just turn it on and do things and later go back to make sure it’s secure, you’ll never be 100% sure.


Another very helpful thing to have around is a way to read and write SD cards. Mind you, I’ve got two laptops with that ability built in — one 12″ to my left, and one 2′ behind me — and I have a $3 adapter two inches in front of my keyboard. I’ve been doing this a while, and have options. If you’re new to the game, it helps to know about this in advance.

The overview of this is (a) Raspbian ships with a default user “pi” (with sudo privileges) and default password “raspberry” and no firewall. It is quite dangerous to attach this to the internet as-is, even with a NAT router.

(b) So you want to set up a new user with the same level of access and kill off the old one before connecting to the internet.

(c) In an Ubuntu installation, you will have “ufw” — the Uncomplicated Fire Wall — on the system, and need merely turn it on. With a Raspbian system, you should expeditiously install ufw from the internet and turn it on (which involves a little dance), before considering the internet mostly defanged.

(d) Every time you deal with a system without automatic monitoring, you should update/upgrade to make sure it is up-to-date.

(e) Only after doing all of this should you consider using a browser. There are substantially more BROWSER malware exploits than operating system malware exploits in the wild.


Someone posted this Federalist article by Margot Cleveland in the last thread:

New Evidence Indicates Enough Illegal Votes In Georgia To Tip 2020 Results

She starts by saying: “New evidence indicates that more than 10,300 illegal votes were cast in Georgia in the November 2020 general election — a number that will continue to rise over the next several months, potentially exceeding the 12,670 votes that separated Joe Biden and Donald Trump.”

All well and good. But then she goes on to say this: “While this evidence does not change the fact that Joe Biden is our president, all Americans who genuinely care about free and fair elections and the disenfranchisement of voters should demand both transparency and solutions to prevent a repeat in future elections.”

That bolded section totally contradicts her headline. And I’m really sick and tired of people who are supposedly on our side wringing their hands and telling us we are stuck with a demented pervert for a president – but we’ll fix it next time! Not gonna happen. We either fix it THIS time or there will never be a NEXT time. I’m not going to sit back and wait for a bunch of corrupticrats to fix it for “next time.” Instead of this shuck and jive that there’s nothing that can be done this time, these people need to start figuring out HOW we get our POTUS back WHEN the fraud is proven – and it will be.

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I’m OK with the false narrative of “stuck with Biden” being in play right now. Let the Dems think there is no way this touches Biden.


But do we want our side totally demoralized at the same time – so demoralized that they don’t donate for the audits or do anything else constructive?


And quite frankly, I think a lot of democrats secretly hope Biden gets taken out of there, too. I don’t see any that are happy with anything he’s doing. I’m sure a lot of them voted for POTUS Trump. If you’ve followed Seth Keshel, he had a diagram of the whole west coast – WA, OR, and CA – that showed huge swaths of obvious fraud. I think Trump came very close in those states, if he didn’t outright win them.

bflyjesusgrl 🍊 😎NUCLEAR MAGA😎

Trump easily got 400+ electors.


Well, no — he had to work for them. But he earned them, and if the table were square, they’d have been counted for him.

bflyjesusgrl 🍊 😎NUCLEAR MAGA😎



As a CPA — you build it so that it’s all auditable, all the time — backwards, forwards, upside-down, sideways — by anyone — financial auditors, tax auditors, insurance auditors, compliance auditors, friendly counsel, hostile counsel, whoever. Then when some schmo wants to audit it, you just pull it out and show them, then file it back away.

The behavior in the 2020 election was DESIGNED to be UNAUDITABLE. It was designed to obscure what should be obvious and erase what should be combined to signify accuracy.

In itself, this is a major admission of guilt.

But, as all the classic cases demonstrate, that just makes it harder to tease out the truth, not impossible. Enron was designed to be unauditable…..and Arthur Anderson bought the ticket and took the ride, but when the thing hit the wall, the forensic auditors accounted for all the pieces.


This. Just this.


My personal liberal who shall remain unnamed, has not said one word about Biden since November 2020.

Politics seem to be off limits now. NOT ONE WORD.

I think the normie libs are abashed and embarrassed and humiliated.

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Nope. As you say, we don’t want our side demoralized – and this is why you don’t see me going Eeyore, either.

It’s a LOT like hunting in a group.

You don’t want the game to panic. You want it to think it doesn’t have to commit to making a dash yet. But at the same time you don’t want to yell strategy to your friends, as the situation changes.

The game is already spooked by the audits, but they’ve calmed down enough to think they can handle what’s coming.


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bflyjesusgrl 🍊 😎NUCLEAR MAGA😎

Margot hasn’t added GA to AZ and PA yet. It’s coming. We’re in the ‘hold your fire’ phase. Those 3 states are enough to reverse our plight. MI, WI, NV are cherries on top.

Sylvia Avery

Amen, sista!!!!


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Enjoyed the Plank talk!


Ha ha! Okay you got me. But no way am I going to watch that video!  😂 

bflyjesusgrl 🍊 😎NUCLEAR MAGA😎

Smart lady, me either!

Cuppa Covfefe

Ha. Not gonna click on that, but I imagine some of my USC Cinema Major former roommates will get a kick out of it, or at least the thought, especially the Columbia escapee into our MFA program…

I always wanted to spice in some extra bits to their project films….

bflyjesusgrl 🍊 😎NUCLEAR MAGA😎

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Politicized and Weaponized.

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It’s as if the DOJ has given up on all investigations other than January 6.

^^^ DOJ N E V E R started an investigation of Antifa OR Burn Loot Murder. ^^^

Antifa AND Burn Loot Murder ARE protected by DOJ.

Tucker adds more perspective, in his ~7 minute video, posted up thread. It’ ALL related.

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DODGE is an anti-American political infestation of HOLDER COMMIES.

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This is actually one of the HUGE benefits of letting the enemy go after us on January 6 and FAILING.

It just shows the WORLD that the DOJ is corrupt, partisan, treacherous, and infiltrated.

Think of it. At this point, MOST OF AMERICA realizes DOJ is corrupt, and only the corrupt MEDIA can try to make it seem otherwise!

Deplorable Patriot

Your assertions may well have been the point that the Trump camp waned exposed.

They have to let the other side fall into the traps in order for the people to see. Hence, the movie aspect of it.

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The difference is, “our side” doesn’t know when THEY (“white hats”) can wrap up the movie, and the other side keeps “hamming it up” in ways that don’t allow us to wrap it up “nicely”.

Thus, I believe that “the good guys” at some level realized there would be huge cheating, but I don’t think they believed that Trump would have to vacate the White House, until late in the game. THAT was “Plan C or D”, IMO.

The other side is playing very strongly.

Much more of an “improv” situation than EITHER side wants to admit openly.

“Showing us” is a down-side price (for them) that the other side is willing to pay to keep winning hands by cheating without objection. That’s not entirely comforting, because they clearly think they can keep controlling us in spite of our increasing awareness of their illegitimacy.

This is a poker game with GUNS and out-in-the-open cheating. And a corrupt sheriff, in the saloon.


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Absolutely. Everyone knows it. Including Uniparty, fake news and big tech. They deny it. But know it is true.

Cuppa Covfefe

They should just go to Gargle or TWITter…. probably AWS and NSA too…


Already there. But please serve a copy to Gen Milley and all his friends in the DoD.


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This is a truly brilliant slow burn of TRUTH.

Deplorable Patriot

Unfortunately, I now believe a suppository will be necessary to wake people up. The slow burn and drip drip drip invites distraction and reasoning away.

Cuppa Covfefe

Maybe a Vindaloo or a Phaal (aka ring-stinger) would do the trick. They have a *cough* lasting effect…

Deplorable Patriot

Not available for us in the USA.

Cuppa Covfefe

Whoa! I’ll see if I can find a different cut. It’s from the Brick Lane Curry House in NYC. There’s another curry challenge vid with two guys suffering through a great meal…

I’ve had it in Edinburgh and London… good stuff 🙂 🔥🔥🔥

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OMG, the guy looks like he’s both ILL and hung over at the end.

Cuppa Covfefe

Yep. He was starting to turn red at the end. Funny, too, the Indian guy couldn’t handle it…

In England, OK, probably the whole UK, what happens is the pubs clear out at 23:00 (“Time, gentlemen, please!”), and various wagers and challenges are made in varying states of inebriation which are then “judged” at the local “Indian”…

Usually, but not always, the alcohol writes a check the body can’t cash (or cache) as it were. Hilarity ensues. Common rookie mistakes include drinking lots of water to help cool down (it doesn’t), beer (even worse), and sneezing or coughing (brings it up for a second go-round). Usually the restaurants will have something like Lassie (no, not the dog), Raita, or something made of yogurt, with (cool) cucumbers in it.

It takes practice, but if you like Indian food, it’s worth the trouble 🙂

Maybe it could be used as a test to see if someone’s had COVID – if the sense of taste is dulled, the peppers don’t seem so hot (I have that, but an antibiotic’s side effect did that). The, erm, afterburner stays the same, though (aformentioned ring-stinger, as the brits put it)…

(Trivia: both Phaal and Vindaloo are not native Indian dishes, the Phaal is a brit invention, and the Vindaloo originated in Portugal. Chicken Curry Masala also appears to be a British invention… in any case, they’re all good, especially with some good rice and Naan bread, and some Papadums…)…

Hmmm. I wonder if Hunter asks(ed) “Is Papadum?”
(Probably not, because Sleepy Joe has a Dim Son)…

Cuppa Covfefe

I was going to mention the Indian restaurant Pasand, in Santa Clara, as sort of a “starter” restaurant (they didn’t have the really scorching stuff), but they’ve closed. Digging deeper to find out, it appears that the owner imported, and, erm, processed more that just food supplies…


The ChiComs have a HUGE trafficking presence in the SF Bay area, be it fireworks, drugs, people (usually “massage therapists”), and illegal merchandise, e.g. ivory or copies of copyrighted/patented things…


I’m sorry Cuppa but I have to say it. I bet the next day your asshole just wants to kick your mouth  😉 

Cuppa Covfefe

Good thing I’m not flexible enough for that to actually happen 😀

Hence the term “ring-stinger”, as related by my Scottish colleagues. Burning its way through doesn’t even come close… But it doesn’t last too long, as the heat subsides relatively quickly.

Also depends on the type of peppers they use. Some start off mild, then hit the afterburners, so to speak. Others start off really hot (e.g. Serranos), but cool down relatively quickly. Then, there are those that are like rocket fuel, as the first fellow said…

Barb Meier

Eat the flat bread to sooth the burn.

Cuppa Covfefe

The fat in the Raita, Lassie, or yogurt cools it down. Same for Mexican food, although usually it’s not that hot. What usually gets folks crossed up is they’ll drink lots of water, cola, or beer, which is about like pouring water on a grease/oil fire – just makes it spread…

The first vid was funny (sort of a warning), because the guy wiped his napkin over his forehead. A napkin that had probably bird-eye, Rawit, and Red Savina or Ghost Pepper on it… fortunately he didn’t wipe his eyes with it…

Anything more that a Serrano needs gloves in the kitchen. Brick Lane cooks used gas masks (hmmm, might help with the mask nazis) to keep the fumes out… maybe to add to the effect, as well…


“Unfortunately, I now believe a suppository will be necessary to wake people up.”


Cover it in fire sauce and administer it with a shotgun.


^^^ Everyone should listen closely to Tucker’s message. ^^^

100% resonates as pure reality.

Now, recollect a post just up thread a bit.

  • DOJ spends $6.1 million for a 6 January data base.

Can’t recall which politician said, Trump voters must be destroyed. Or was it Trump supporters must be destroyed. Not just beaten.

  • Was it Hoe? Nanzi? Mad Max?

HOPEFULLY, this Tucker video will get posted far and wide on TW, FB…

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It’s truly great.

The bottom line is that patriots have moral supremacy here.

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The left will try to get us to throw it away. DON’T.


I was curious about the person whose material he was referring to. It is Darryl Cooper, and here is the Real Clear Politics reference to him and link to his tweets:

Here are the tweets that Tucker was reading from:

This is long, but i thought it was worth posting in its entirety.

I think I’ve had discussions w/enough Boomer-tier Trump supporters who believe the 2020 election was fraudulent to extract a general theory about their perspective. It is also the perspective of most of the people at the Capitol on 1/6, and probably even Trump himself. 1/x 

Most believe some or all of the theories involving midnight ballots, voting machines, etc, but what you find when you talk to them is that, while they’ll defend those positions w/info they got from Hannity or Breitbart or whatever, they’re not particularly attached to them. 2/x 

Here are the facts – actual, confirmed facts – that shape their perspective: 1) The FBI/etc spied on the 2016 Trump campaign using evidence manufactured by the Clinton campaign. We now know that all involved knew it was fake from Day 1 (see: Brennan’s July 2016 memo, etc). 3/x 

These are Tea Party people. The types who give their kids a pocket Constitution for their birthday and have Founding Fathers memes in their bios. The intel community spying on a presidential campaign using fake evidence (incl forged documents) is a big deal to them. 4/x 

Everyone involved lied about their involvement as long as they could. We only learned the DNC paid for the manufactured evidence because of a court order. Comey denied on TV knowing the DNC paid for it, when we have emails from a year earlier proving that he knew. 5/x 

This was true with everyone, from CIA Dir Brennan & Adam Schiff – who were on TV saying they’d seen clear evidence of collusion w/Russia, while admitting under oath behind closed doors that they hadn’t – all the way down the line. In the end we learned that it was ALL fake. 6/x 

At first, many Trump ppl were worried there must be some collusion, because every media & intel agency wouldn’t make it up out of nothing. When it was clear that they had made it up, people expected a reckoning, and shed many illusions about their gov’t when it didn’t happen. 7/x 

We know as fact: a) The Steele dossier was the sole evidence used to justify spying on the Trump campaign, b) The FBI knew the Steele dossier was a DNC op, c) Steele’s source told the FBI the info was unserious, d) they did not inform the court of any of this and kept spying. 8/x 

Trump supporters know the collusion case front and back. They went from worrying the collusion must be real, to suspecting it might be fake, to realizing it was a scam, then watched as every institution – agencies, the press, Congress, academia – gaslit them for another year. 9/x 

Worse, collusion was used to scare people away from working in the administration. They knew their entire lives would be investigated. Many quit because they were being bankrupted by legal fees. The DoJ, press, & gov’t destroyed lives and actively subverted an elected admin. 10/x 

This is where people whose political identity was largely defined by a naive belief in what they learned in Civics class began to see the outline of a Regime that crossed all institutional boundaries. Because it had stepped out of the shadows to unite against an interloper. 11/x 

GOP propaganda still has many of them thinking in terms of partisan binaries, but A LOT of Trump supporters see that the Regime is not partisan. They all know that the same institutions would have taken opposite sides if it was a Tulsi Gabbard vs Jeb Bush election. 12/x 

It’s hard to describe to people on the left (who are used to thinking of gov’t as a conspiracy… Watergate, COINTELPRO, WMD, etc) how shocking & disillusioning this was for people who encourage their sons to enlist in the Army, and hate ppl who don’t stand for the Anthem. 13/x 

They could have managed the shock if it only involved the government. But the behavior of the corporate press is really what radicalized them. They hate journalists more than they hate any politician or gov’t official, because they feel most betrayed by them. 14/x 

The idea that the press is driven by ratings/sensationalism became untenable. If that were true, they’d be all over the Epstein story. The corporate press is the propaganda arm of the Regime they now see in outline. Nothing anyone says will ever make them unsee that, period. 15/x 

This is profoundly disorienting. Many of them don’t know for certain whether ballots were faked in November 2020, but they know for absolute certain that the press, the FBI, etc would lie to them if there was. They have every reason to believe that, and it’s probably true. 16/x 

They watched the press behave like animals for four years. Tens of millions of people will always see Kavanaugh as a gang rapist, based on nothing, because of CNN. And CNN seems proud of that. They led a lynch mob against a high school kid. They cheered on a summer of riots. 17/x 

They always claimed the media had liberal bias, fine, whatever. They still thought the press would admit truth if they were cornered. Now they don’t. It’s a different thing to watch them invent stories whole cloth in order to destroy regular lives and spark mass violence. 18/x 

Time Mag told us that during the 2020 riots, there were weekly conference calls involving, among others, leaders of the protests, the local officials who refused to stop them, and media people who framed them for political effect. In Ukraine we call that a color revolution. 19/x 

Throughout the summer, Democrat governors took advantage of COVID to change voting procedures. It wasn’t just the mail-ins (they lowered signature matching standards, etc). After the collusion scam, the fake impeachment, Trump ppl expected shenanigans by now. 20/x 

Re: “fake impeachment”, we now know that Trump’s request for Ukraine to cooperate w/the DOJ regarding Biden’s $ activities in Ukraine was in support of an active investigation being pursued by the FBI and Ukraine AG at the time, and so a completely legitimate request. 21/x 

Then you get the Hunter laptop scandal. Big Tech ran a full-on censorship campaign against a major newspaper to protect a political candidate. Period. Everyone knows it, all of the Tech companies now admit it was a “mistake” – but, ya know, the election’s over, so who cares? 22/x 

Goes w/o saying, but: If the NY Times had Don Jr’s laptop, full of pics of him smoking crack and engaging in group sex, lots of lurid family drama, emails describing direct corruption and backed up by the CEO of the company they were using, the NYT wouldn’t have been banned. 23/x 

Think back: Stories about Trump being pissed on by Russian prostitutes and blackmailed by Putin were promoted as fact, and the only evidence was a document paid for by his opposition and disavowed by its source. The NY Post was banned for reporting on true information. 24/x 

The reaction of Trump ppl to all this was not, “no fair!” That’s how they felt about Romney’s “binders of women” in 2012. This is different. Now they see, correctly, that every institution is captured by ppl who will use any means to exclude them from the political process. 25/x 

And yet they showed up in record numbers to vote. He got 13m more votes than in 2016, 10m more than Clinton got! As election night dragged on, they allowed themselves some hope. But when the four critical swing states (and only those states) went dark at midnight, they knew. 26/x 

Over the ensuing weeks, they got shuffled around by grifters and media scam artists selling them conspiracy theories. They latched onto one, then another increasingly absurd theory as they tried to put a concrete name on something very real. 27/x 

Media & Tech did everything to make things worse. Everything about the election was strange – the changes to procedure, unprecedented mail-in voting, the delays, etc – but rather than admit that and make everything transparent, they banned discussion of it (even in DMs!). 28/x 

Everyone knows that, just as Don Jr’s laptop would’ve been the story of the century, if everything about the election dispute was the same, except the parties were reversed, suspicions about the outcome would’ve been Taken Very Seriously. See 2016 for proof. 29/x 

Even the courts’ refusal of the case gets nowhere w/them, because of how the opposition embraced mass political violence. They’ll say, w/good reason: What judge will stick his neck out for Trump knowing he’ll be destroyed in the media as a violent mob burns down his house? 30/x 

It’s a fact, according to Time Magazine, that mass riots were planned in cities across the country if Trump won. Sure, they were “protests”, but they were planned by the same people as during the summer, and everyone knows what it would have meant. Judges have families, too. 31/x 

Forget the ballot conspiracies. It’s a fact that governors used COVID to unconstitutionally alter election procedures (the Constitution states that only legislatures can do so) to help Biden to make up for a massive enthusiasm gap by gaming the mail-in ballot system. 32/x 

They knew it was unconstitutional, it’s right there in plain English. But they knew the cases wouldn’t see court until after the election. And what judge will toss millions of ballots because a governor broke the rules? The threat of mass riots wasn’t implied, it was direct. 33/x 

a) The entrenched bureaucracy & security state subverted Trump from Day 1, b) The press is part of the operation, c) Election rules were changed, d) Big Tech censors opposition, e) Political violence is legitimized & encouraged, f) Trump is banned from social media. 34/x 

They were led down some rabbit holes, but they are absolutely right that their gov’t is monopolized by a Regime that believes they are beneath representation, and will observe no limits to keep them getting it. Trump fans should be happy he lost; it might’ve kept him alive. /end 

As long as you’re here, check out my podcast. The most recent episode was on the Soviet takeover of Eastern Europe. There’s also a series on the early history of the Israeli-Arab conflict, and one on Jim Jones’ Peoples’ Temple movement. 

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Best description and summary I’ve seen to date.

Truthful and to the point in plain language.

because faux bidden didnt f-ing win and we all know it

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THIS. And I love that they call this CONFEDERACY OF LIARS a “regime”.

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bflyjesusgrl 🍊 😎NUCLEAR MAGA😎

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I wish more people would say that.

bflyjesusgrl 🍊 😎NUCLEAR MAGA😎

Ivermectin completely eliminates Covid deaths in Mexico
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The Marek Conspirators in Beijing and Washington deserve the death penalty. Jailing them is enough for me.

They don’t want the treatments because they want the vaccines because they want VACCINE DEPENDENCE.

Deplorable Patriot

Public hanging is what they really need.

Vaccine dependence is part of the bankrupting the people in a slow transfer of wealth strategy. It’s not acceptable that so many of us are not playing along.


Could not agree more.


It is criminal what Fauci unleashed on the US he is partly responsible. He should hang and his name should be mud.
Who is stopping for us to get freely ivermectine and all the other meds that help sick people not to die ?
These are Stalin and Nazi crimes on a large scale. I do not think reality has hit many people what is going on. The evil overlords need to be stand for trial and be prosecuted.


Since these shots don’t operate like normal vaccines, a number of bets are off.

The expectation is vaccine dependence caused by a mechanism similar to Mareks disease, in turn caused by vaccinating into an epidemic or pandemic with a non-sterilizing vaccine. Since that mechanism mostly applies to the interaction between the vaccine and the virus itself, whether the animals in question are human or poultry makes little difference.

But the nature of this so-called vaccine might make things turn out differently. One major difference is the lethality. Any previous vaccine with the same lethality numbers would have been pulled long ago. The acceptable limit is about 50 dead; the current numbers out of VAERS are more than 9000. Including miscarriages, it is past 10000. These are already way past numbers of war casualties. Knowing this, anyone still advocating or enforcing this are guilty of attempted murder or worse.

It is kinda hard to make people dependent on something that, when it didn’t kill the first or second time, may kill the third time, or the fourth time, etc. Since each round of spike-protein production may cause more and more damage to blood, capillaries in various organs, and cause progressive damage similar to diabetes. Now that is plenty of other profitable sickness, but repeated jabbing doesn’t look like a good long term strategy, as dead people pay no bills.

Those responsible for this and who think this is a good idea have to be charged, tried, and put away.

bflyjesusgrl 🍊 😎NUCLEAR MAGA😎




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I’m sure they will — otherwise, there’d be no point.


This however is supporting evidence what Mike Lindell has with the ‘P-Cap’, and which he will make public before an international audience in the ‘Cyber Symposium’ on August 10-12.
They needed to hide the steel, by manufacturing ballots. This is the art of the coverup. The cleaning up of the voter rolls in eg. Georgia, after the election not before, is another way.

This will also be shown in Mike Lindell’s new video ‘Absolute Coverup’.

Many have yet to realize what a big deal Lindell’s evidence really is, probably because very few have the technical know-how.
That is why Lindell is having mok-elections during the symposium, which then will be changed and the change recorded by monitoring the Internet traffic. Basically the ‘P-Caps’ of the traffic will be recorded and analyzed by separate outside entities, in another state/country, which will not know by how much the election was changed.

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This is great stuff! SCIENCE! In their FACES.


I love this guy. I’m ready to buy a mattress from Lindell. 😄

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More sheets came yesterday to my house from Lindell. My husband and I are dreaming to change sheets every day to sleep in luxury  😂 
I hope more people will support his efforts because he is putting everything on line.


I just bought more towels. Next will be the mattress topper. 😀


Great 🙂 My towels have not come but have been shipped. For some reason they are taking long.
I bought a mattress topper made out of wool love it. Between the sheets my mattress topper and my pillow I sleep like a baby. The other day I slept until 11AM. I go ( PM to bed read and enjoy the sheets. I am a self proclaimed lone tick 🙂


You guy’s will have to let use know how you like the towels.


I will 🙂
My granddaughter got hers she loves them. My daughter’s are in transit.
Mine are supposed to be on the way.


Yes me too. I have the sheets but I do need 2 maybe more pillows and I’m going to get the topper. I’m also considering the dog beds.


I just bought 2 sets of King sheets. They have shipped, but have not yet arrived. A couple weeks ago I bought 2 bolster pillows and pillow casses for them. The pillow cases are so great, and that’s the reason I ordered the sheet sets.


Yes they are well worth it. I guess he can sell the items cheaper because he skips the middle man? I like buying directly from him.


We have a couple sets of sheets and a couple pillows. No towels for now. Love the sheets!


I love all! The towels are a favorite.


The sheets are great. I did not need towels just wanted to support Lindell.
I keep clothe and sheets towels like new because I am funny how I wash linens. I was raised at a time when one could not replace easily and items had to last.

Cuppa Covfefe

Reminds me of what I sung when very, very, young when I misheard a hymn:

Bringing in the sheets,
Bringing in the sheets,
We shall come rejoicing,
Bringing in the sheets…

(as only a four-year-old can sing)…

I’m trying to find out if they’ll ship over here (and what the duty will be – never know with Bye, Done’s antics)…. sounds like great products, and Lindell is great, both MAGA and as a Christian (in a very hostile environment). GOD Bless him…..


How cute the way you sang and you remember 🙂 I think small children are a gift and joy.
I do not know if he sends to Germany ? I know my brother told me that the duty on products are very high
My dog took over my pillow last night grrrrrr. He is supposed to stay where the feet are but he sneaks up when we are asleep. I only knew it was him when I felt his nose in my neck and then he began snoring 🙂 No wonder I did not get much sleep last night.

Cuppa Covfefe

Yep. 🙂

Maybe your dog can read…”Woof. It says ‘My Pillow’ on the box, so it must be MY PILLOW Woof” 😀

I once bought some DayTimer refills, additional pads, and a new binder, back in the days before they opened an office in England.

I found out why they did that.

The customs duty on “office organizers and calendars” from the USA was 250% !!!!!!! What started out as around $100.00 order including shipping ended up as almost $400.00, because they slapped the duty on everything AND the shipping, then put 14% VAT (it was a while ago) on top of that! And I couldn’t (easily) send it back, so I had to eat the cost… I’m still a bit mad about it… Also had a couple of cases of chili that ended up getting sent back to the USA due to more hin-and-her…
Supposedly chili that’s boiled and processed beyond recognition still isn’t safe food 😡 😡 😡

I called up the customs in FFM, spoke to the “veterinary inspector”, and then my Diplom Öcotrophologe wife chewed through him in great and gory technical detail. He eventually admitted that there really was no problem, except for a political one. As always…


It is a shame that with the European Union comes the byproduct of high tariffs.
Before that I was able to send American made items to my parents without tariff.
People miss out with all the regulations.

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Where exactly did the data packets come from??


Merely showing there were more illegal votes than Biden’s ‘victory’ margin, unfortunately, doesn’t (by itself) prove anything useful.

This current report is about people who switched their address before the election but still voted in their original country. That number could include a number of Trump voters who did that inadvertently. We don’t know how the votes went down. I think the reporting of this is to show that there is a lot of potential for illegal votes to have been cast. They need a full audit.

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Yes. I think there is a strong possibility that a huge number of “old residences” were used to create Biden votes.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

It should. There should be numeric effects that are signatures of cheating.


For Wolf —


Ozzy is having trouble connecting with the mothership.


I’m going to suggest going to utree. Any other suggestions welcomed.

Sylvia Avery

kea and WSB are unable to post here either. Both use older iPads.


Are we toy shaming here?
pretty sure it’s about my attitude to tech.
like when I get cranky, 5 mins, and tell Jack,son, fixit, fixit,fixitnow

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I deleted your account, so you go back into moderation and get a new one.


People wonder why I seem so “rah-rah” on Linux…..it’s all the burn scars from Apple and Microserf.

That’s why I had the Adafruit link above. The biggest issue with Pi’s is that they need HDMI devices for screens — and, before anyone talks about using HDMI -> VGA converters, I have been there and done that. The problem is that the Pi operates on very little power, and the VGA standard takes up so much of it that everything else starts misbehaving. If you can find a POWERED HDMI -> VGA converter, you may be able to make it work, but it often costs more than a Pi.

Alternatively, you can try looking on Woot for a chromebook — like https://computers.woot.com/offers/acer-c720-2013-11-6-intel-16gb-chromebook?ref=w_cnt_lnd_cat_pc_3_9 — except they’re getting cut loose with no support in five…….

…..oh, did I say five? I meant four……

Now for certain chromebooks, there is a way to load Linux on ’em…..but I couldn’t advise that to a casual user until I’d done a few myself and worked out the bugs — it is a tight squeeze. Ask me again next year….except we need solutions now.

Most TVs can do HDMI, just roll with that.

I am in full support of Wolf maintaining security for the main site, and can’t see lowering those shields and possibly losing everything — and thoroughly endangering everyone on the site. If I could figure a way to give pseudonymous people on the intertubez physical devices without revealing my own (actual) personal information, I’d gladly send Ozzy a Pi, myself — or establish a fund so we could all take care of ourselves. It’s not like $100 is YUGE.

It’s very frustrating, and I have to comfort myself with good intentions and prioritization.


Oh, and if you’re thinking of crazy things that could be made to work…..you could run a Pi so that it used an older Apple as its screen. I know the outlines of how I could go about that. It’d probably only take about three 40-hour weeks to implement so that it was halfway reliable.


This would be a much better Chromebook to try converting — https://computers.woot.com/offers/hp-14-g1-dual-core-16gb-chromebook-5?ref=w_cnt_lnd_cat_pc_3_4 .

We live in a glut of computing power, much of which is abandoned…..and much of which can be reanimated by Linux (although they abandoned a bunch of stuff on the last rev. Anyone still running Sun gear?

bflyjesusgrl 🍊 😎NUCLEAR MAGA😎

😭 😭 😭


(from my reply to Ozzy over at Daughns) :

Just a suggestion that might work (I am so-not-a-tech guy !)
(assuming iPad has some similarities to other Mac products…) :
Find Safari settings
Make sure “prevent cross site tracking” is disabled (turn it off)
Make sure “allow cookies” are enabled (turn it on)
(* might require a reset after changing settings)
Make sure you give us feedback so will know if it works !

Sylvia Avery

Thank you, I’ll pass it on. They have both tried myriad things and are pretty discouraged, but maybe they will be willing to give this a whirl……


Let me know if this works for them !

Sylvia Avery

I will……


((( YW ! )))

Sylvia Avery

Hi (((Darlin’)))
It didn’t work for WSB.
Kea is going to try to update hers
and will try then.
They both appreciate your
trying to help them.


Thanks for the feedback !

bflyjesusgrl 🍊 😎NUCLEAR MAGA😎

I thought WSB narrowed it down to a super old version of IOS. Her iPad is too old to update. Don’t know if that applies to KEA as well? I finally quit using my iPad and iPhone, (IOS is updated on both), but can’t see notification bell and other things due to the Display size being OFF and no way to adjust in Safari. You can always use the WP app, but it’s a Witch to navigate. It works for Utree, but this site, not so much. Duchess has no issues on her iMac, other MAC users are fine.


I’m pretty sure kyblue uses an iPad but I don’t know how old it is…
(I am so not a tech guy that it wouldn’t help me if I did know !)


I hope there’s a way to enable them to post.


Been there. It didn’t like me either

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Your comment posted there OK!!!


am I here yet?


👁 C U


International Components for Unicode 😂


Well it’s certainly nice to read your light fluff pieces

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Ozzy – I deleted your account. Make a new one.



Why doesn’t anyone mention HIPAA?


Here come Biden’s Brownshirts!
Biden sending strike force to ​help combat skyrocketing crime in Chicago and four other cities

Cuppa Covfefe

Wonder if those are the five cities without which the USA would have the third- or fourth-lowest number of murders in the whole world???

(There’s a graphic about it floating around; amazing with those cities, the USA is in the top three for MOST murders; without them, we’re in the bottom three… and ALL FIVE of those cities are DEMONRAT-RU(I)N(ED)…..


It’s the demographic that’s tied to the crime. If we could ditch the crime associated with black men ages 15-40 . . .


And the Democrats who make them that way.


I taught, by choice, for 25 years in a “troubled” district. 22 out of 25 in a school that might have had five white kids, out of 450+. With perhaps 15% hispanic. I saw every kid in the building, same kids from K though 8. I have had to find words to say to a 2nd grader whose father was blown away in the barber chair adjacent to his. Low IQ, zero impulse control gang shit. I have seen first hand what this primitive, violent, feral way of living is. I have lost count of how many former students are either arrested, in prison for any type of crime you can imagine including murder, or dead in the street themselves.

I keep up with some of these kids, usually those from my ensembles that I saw multiple times e week. Grown up, going to school, or out and working. In the military. Married with a family or living with a fiancee. Or still living home. BLM supporters, voting how they vote I assume. But not living a life of crime. All while plenty of friends, extended family are
being arrested – because everybody knows everybody. But there ARE those who shun it, lots of them. All under the democrat umbrella.


This…because faux bidden didnt win

Cuppa Covfefe

Thanks, that’s it….

Were there stats on that pic 🙂 Powerlineblog, no doubt.

Yep, those are the figures I was thinking of. The DEMONRATS have the “Ty-D-Bowl Touch” and then some. Everything they touch turns to 💩 no matter if it’s cities, people, governments, programs, or whatever…

And, like a typical Watermelon DEMONRAT, Bye,Done slaps on more controls to fix a problem he and his handlers created…..

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

This means that Republicans running 5 cities because Democrats were in jail would end the problems.



Trump offered the same but Mayor Lighthead turned him down. So people died in the interim. What’s do they call that? Oh yeah. Justice Delayed, Justice Denied.


Introducing the sixth branch of the military, the USSWUWB, the United States Social Workers Urban Warfare Branch. Their motto, “When Blue is not enough.” These troops are highly trained urban warfare experts using sophisticated weapons, intelligence, and street savvy to resolve urban rebellions. Sometimes referred to as Bidenbots, they will deploy in troubled urban battlefields to restore order. If you are ambitious and want to see all of America’s great cities, visit a recruiting office near you. If you have what it takes we have what you need.


Cuppa Covfefe


FBI emails implicate Klintoons….

Does that mean the FBI will be Arkancided???




That was absolutely fantastic.


Awesome…from 2014

Concerned Virginian

Maya Yang
4 hours ago
“Charlottesville to remove Confederate statues that helped spark deadly rally”

Down and Dirty summary: Today, Saturday, July 10th, the city of Charlottesville will remove (it’s called “topple” in the article) the statues of Confederate generals Robert E. Lee and of Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson from their respective parks, and take them to “secure storage on city property”. The city will then decide the final disposition of the monuments.
Remember that it was the statue of Gen. Lee that “frightened and sickened” a local high-school girl, who then started a petition to remove it. The petition led from one thing to another, with the resulting so-called “Unite the Right” riots of August, 2017, in which an idiot (likely a DeepState/FBI plant / patsy) ran over a woman, killing her. (The idiot-patsy is now doing serious time.)
From there, lawsuits were filed on all sides regarding the statues — to leave them in place; to remove them and have them put into storage / in a museum or on private property; to knock them down and chop them up. The “keep them in place” lawsuit was the one that prevailed, since Virginia state law at the time forbade the removal or destruction of war memorials or statues.
Along comes the new DemCommunist-controlled Virginia legislature, passing a work-around law “allowing” localities to decide whether or not to keep Civil War monuments on public land in place; and Gov. Dr. (“babies that make it out alive from an abortion will be allowed to die unattended”) Northam, who rushed to sign the new law. It took effect last year.

(Me: The Civil War statues and memorials have already been removed from Monument Avenue in Richmond. That road previously was a lovely, elegant ride; and the statues and memorials, on their well-designed plinths, had well-maintained landscaping. Not now.
Civil War statues and memorials were also pulled down, many amid public rejoicings, in many other cities, like New Orleans.

And now there is Critical Race Theory being taught in schools from Kindergarten up through college. One has a strong suspicion that CRT is another DeepState “plant” that’s been in the evolution stage for at least 3 years — and ready to be implemented after the August, 2017 demarche. Watch for other statues and memorials to be denounced and removed — George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and every Founding Father who was also a slave owner; WWI and WWII figures and memorials, because Black fighting units were segregated.)

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Erasing history.

Concerned Virginian

Just saw that Charlottesville also today pulled down the really well-done statue of Lewis and Clark with Sacagawea that was at the “other end” of the downtown area from the Gen. Lee and the Gen. Jackson statutes.
The Lewis and Clark statue was pulled down because Sacagawea was depicted as kneeling at the feet of the explorers, which members of local Native American tribes claimed was “demeaning” to “Native Americans in general, and Native American women in particular.”


I hope we can get these states returned to their rightful place at some point.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

OANN’s coverage of this had a photo still from that original protest organized by FAKE KESSLER (FIB informant, no doubt) including both a Confederate flag AND a flag with a RUNE similar to the one that was used to SLIME the CPAC stage last year!!!

I’ve been trying to find a copy of it today.

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Democrats are evil. They just want MORE SLAVES.