Dear MAGA: 20240317 Open Topic

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God is in Control
. . . and His Grace is Sufficient, so . . .
Keep Looking Up


Hopefully, every Sunday, we can find something here that will build us up a little . . . give us a smile . . . and add some joy or peace, very much needed in all our lives.

“This day is holy to the Lord your God;
do not mourn nor weep.” . . .
“Go your way, eat the fat, drink the sweet,
and send portions to those for whom nothing is prepared;
for this day is holy to our Lord.
Do not sorrow,
for the joy of the Lord is your strength.”


I Shall Not Want

In one of the most comforting Bible passages, King David declares, “The LORD is my shepherd; I shall not want” (Psalm 23:1). The word want in this case means “to have a need” or “to lack”; the psalmist’s confident assurance is that, with the Lord as his shepherd, he would never lack a thing. All his needs would be supplied.

David, who spent his boyhood tending his father’s flocks (1 Samuel 16:11, 19; 17:15), knew something about the heart of a shepherd. He compared his relationship with God to that of sheep and a shepherd. The tender imagery underlines God’s personal care, guidance, and protection. King David trusted wholly in the Lord, knowing he would not lack anything because God was with Him as his shepherd.

When sheep are left to fend for themselves, they are vulnerable and helpless animals, incapable of providing for their own needs. The shepherd leads the flock to fresh water and pasture for food. He cares for the sheep when they are injured or ill. Without a shepherd, the sheep scatter and become lost. Unless they stay near the shelter and protection of the shepherd, they have no hope of surviving attacks from wolves and other predators. But when sheep remain under the watchful eye of the shepherd, they can say, “I shall not want,” because he meets their every need.

As God’s sheep, we are precious to Him (Psalm 28:9; 77:20; 78:52; 79:13; 80:1; 95:7; 100:3). He takes full responsibility for our needs, safety, and protection, even risking His own life for us. Jesus, who is “the great Shepherd of the sheep” (Hebrews 13:20), assured His disciples repeatedly that He would care for them, leading, guiding, protecting, and laying down His life for them (John 10:1–16, 26–30). Through His redeeming death on the cross, Jesus Christ paid for our sins and purchased us as His sheep. Even if, in our suffering and pain, we wander away from the Lord, we have a Good Shepherd in Jesus who is “the Guardian of [our] souls” (1 Peter 2:25, NLT). When we understand this truth, we can put our whole trust in Him and say, “I shall not want” (Psalm 34:9–10). We discover that we now lack nothing necessary to experience abundant life in Him (2 Peter 1:3; Psalm 84:11).

Jesus told His followers, “Seek the Kingdom of God above all else, and live righteously, and he will give you everything you need” (Matthew 6:33, NLT). Our heaven-sent provision will flow from pursuing God’s kingdom first and staying in close fellowship with Him. Only then can we tap into His all-sufficient, unlimited supply of resources. We won’t have to worry about what to eat, drink, or wear because our loving Shepherd knows what we need (Matthew 6:31–32). He will never abandon us or leave us begging for bread (Psalm 37:25).

When we say, “I shall not want,” we also acknowledge our satisfaction with God and what He has given us (Hebrews 13:5; 2 Corinthians 9:8). It means we have learned the secret of contentment, like the apostle Paul, who said, “I have learned how to be content with whatever I have. I know how to live on almost nothing or with everything. I have learned the secret of living in every situation, whether it is with a full stomach or empty, with plenty or little. For I can do everything through Christ, who gives me strength” (Philippians 4:11–13, NLT).

We may not always have everything we desire, but we can trust God to provide all we need. As He was with Israel in the wilderness, God will always be with us, blessing us in everything, watching our every step, and ensuring we lack nothing (Deuteronomy 2:7). With the Lord as our shepherd, we can confidently say, “I shall not want.”
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SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

I’m going to start investigating a different browser, LibreWolf. Open source; it’s basically a custom and independent Firefox. Quote: “…with the primary goals of privacy, security and user freedom. It aims to remove all the telemetry, data collection and anti-freedom features of Firefox, while also including a few security improvements and privacy-conscious search providers.”

Apparently it exists for several flavors of Linux, Micro$haft Windoze, and Crapple.

cthulhu
GA/FL

NICE NAME!

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

AMEN!!! 😉

pgroup2

We expect a full report since you are one of our Top Men.  😆 

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

LOL!!!

Valerie Curren

That’s Exactly what came to my mind too!

Linda

I wonder how it does with resources. Firefox can be a real resource hog.

cthulhu

A lot of browsers are resource hogs.

Of course, it doesn’t help that I have over 800 open tabs in six windows…..

Cuppa Covfefe

And some of them are in a different room 😆

pgroup2

[loud snort]  😂 

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

In his case some of the windows are under a couch cushion on that Raspberry Pi he lost two weeks ago.

Valerie Curren

 😂 

cthulhu

Nah, you’re thinking of the one under the pizza box.

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

Oh. I stand corrected.

Though I have to ask for the record, is the pizza from the pizza box stuck to the ceiling?

cthulhu

What do you think we are, slobs?

Valerie Curren

Well I have Way more than 6 windows going 😉

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Sounds very interesting!

cthulhu

On the general subject of cybersecurity…..

We are constantly barraged by media reports of malware. A recent example is https://arstechnica.com/security/2024/03/never-before-seen-linux-malware-gets-installed-using-1-day-exploits/ .

Reading further into this article, we find, “Checkpoint discovered the Linux malware while researching recent attacks that exploit critical vulnerabilities in Ivanti Secure Connect, which have been under mass exploitation since early January. In the past, Magnet Goblin has installed the malware by exploiting one-day vulnerabilities in Magento, Qlink Sense, and possibly Apache ActiveMQ.” Since it is unlikely that any of us interact with Ivanti Secure Connect, Apache ActiveMQ, Magento, or Qlink Sense, this report may indicate a real problem, a serious problem, but not necessarily our problem.

When you turn things around and ask where problems might be that likely threaten us, you end up looking at programs that we use regularly, like web browsers and email. Indeed, the great majority of malware infections in the wild are served by browser exploits or phishing emails.

cthulhu

As a practical matter, then, web browsers and email clients are subject to continual assault — indeed, a sort of continual arms race in browser-land has been going on since proprietary solutions like CompuServe and AOL, as well as early general browsers like NetScape and Internet Explorer.

Websites are continually trying to winkle more and more information from your browser. I would recommend that everyone visit https://coveryourtracks.eff.org/ and see what sorts of information your browser is giving up just from visiting a random website.

When you visit two websites, and they both have a facebook button, facebook will not only know all of the information available from each website, but also anything connecting the two. If you visit “pickles” and “ice cream”, facebook will have noted it and placed a high probability on you being pregnant.

TheseTruths

Thank you for that info.

cthulhu

YVW.

cthulhu

The security issues that LibreWolf specifically mentions are listed here — https://librewolf.net/docs/features/ .

cthulhu

Because of the constant arms race in browser security, it is vital to keep your browser — of any flavor — up-to-date. Ubuntu has gone so far as to make Firefox a Flatpak…..a version containerized on your system that must be renewed about every two weeks.

If you’re running Ubuntu 22.04 or later, you won’t run Firefox as a regular application with access to your regular computer — you will run a special current version that is in a purposely stifled environment.

cthulhu

To summarize, then, you really have to analyze your security threats. There are those that arise from programs you don’t use. Then, there are those that arise from the natural operation of any browser. Further, there are those that arise from the operation of a particular browser in its processing of web pages. Finally, there are those that arise from a browser “phoning home” or otherwise monitoring your behavior.

Different threats call for different responses.

cthulhu

It should also be noted that many browsers share the same underpinnings. Substantially all are “pretty faces” on one of four engines: WebKit, Blink, Gecko, and Goanna — https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_browser_engines

cthulhu

One of the more pernicious security threats in browsers involve the use of JavaScript. What this does is allow a website to propose that your browser (and thus, your computer) run a little program supplied by the website. This allows for more complex and media-intensive experiences.

It also allows random website developers to run programs on your computer. There’s even a thing called “cross-site scripting” where you view website A, and it requests that you run JavaScript provided by website B.

The entire concept raises the hairs on the back of my neck. I run a Firefox add-on called “NoScript” that quashes these — so a large number of websites I visit are partially or wholly broken…….but I am more relaxed about visiting them, so I take it as a good thing. When I want a certain feature, I can go into NoScript and allow it, one piece at a time.

On the other hand, there is precisely one browser that I believe understands how to run JavaScript competently. Its CEO is Brendan Eich, the guy who actually invented JavaScript [ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brendan_Eich ]. He used to be the CTO of Mozilla, before they ejected him for being insufficiently woke about gay marriage, and actually was a move-and-shaker back in NetScape. That browser is Brave.

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

I can run NoScript but usually don’t bother.

I can close the browser and the virtual machine it’s running on is gone. Poof!!!

The one additional thing I do is to discipline myself to run different things on different VMs. I might let a link on a browser open on the same VM. And then again, I might not. (It’s less harmful to do the former if you haven’t provided any identity information. Then all the data parasites get is that some guy (who will never demonstrably be seen again) who visited site A was also interested in site B that was linked from site A.

cthulhu

….which is one reason I wondered why you’d be looking at new browsers….

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

Presently I run a Firefox heavily customized according to Arkenfox. I keep reading that Librefox removes the necessity of continually updating the Arkenfox mods…but the sumbitch has up to now required you to do the wget-curl-cryptokey dance that some dipshit pushes, which even in Qubes requires you to expose your template to the internet.

So I head that LibreWolf is now part of the Debian 12 repositories and was all, “oh wow! Now I can try this without the rodeo!”

And so I posted here about it.

Today I decided to go off and actually try it, and guess what? It’s NOT in the debian-12 repositories. “sudo apt install librewolf’ simply leads to “unable to locate package librewolf”.

So, if that can’t be resolved, I’ll have to offer my apologies as I won’t be able to test LibreWolf out.

cthulhu

They run their own repos, which include .deb packages. You can do a ppa (which I’m not sure works in Qubes [nor maybe should]).

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

As far as I know, that method obliges you to do the wget/curl/crypto dance, which exposes the template directly to the internet.

I really get ticked off when I can’t just download the thing and install it.

cthulhu

Just to put this out there, “Currently, we estimate that your browser has a fingerprint that conveys 11.2 bits of identifying information.

Just sayin’.

Cuppa Covfefe

Have to wonder about that “.2″…..

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

It’s actually a base two logarithm, so it’s legit. Somewhere between 2048 and 4096 distinct values.

Cuppa Covfefe

Good enough for gubmint work 🙂 (or jazz)…

Valerie Curren

close only counts in horseshoes & hand grenades!

TheseTruths

Thank you so much for message of peace and hope, Carl.

TheseTruths

Actually, I’ve been seeing this for years.

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scott467

“Why? America is headed for chaos.”

_______

If she really believes that’s true, then if she has enough money to ‘hold cash’ and ‘hold gold’, and do all that other stuff, she’d be a lot better off moving ’emergency plan’ to the top of the list.

And make the ’emergency plan’ to leave the country.

It’s a silly fantasy to think she (or anyone else) is going to fight off roving bands of marauders, or that her organic food suppliers or ‘small community of friends’ will be able to do so either.

People who have food or grow food will be targeted. If they’re lucky, only their food will be taken. If they’re not lucky, they’ll be killed and then their food will be taken. Either way, whatever crops and livestock and stored food they have will be taken.

Practically zero homes are fortified to withstand a mob assault. One Molotov cocktail and it’s game over. You either stay inside and burn alive, or go outside to be murdered (or worse).

People should stop playing games about this stuff. If she really believes America is headed for chaos, then the time to do something to stop that from happening is RIGHT NOW, or GTH outta Dodge.

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Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

I don’t think the situation is that dire. We’re just headed (over the next few years, if Trump doesn’t get into the WH) toward Latin America levels of chaos and criminality. Obama and the Bidenoids want us to over-react. They need another J6 before or after the election. They need another stolen election – they need control of X again. Nope. Not gonna let ’em get any of these. Just sit tight and let the outrage build.

I think she has good advice, but she’s a bit too breathless about it.

Even in South Africa, most people are able to scare off and hold off the roving criminals most of the time. It’s a continuum – it’s not a binary.

Training with weapons is more important than adding guns, IMO.

TradeBait2

Local militias with law enforcement and patriot ex-military involvement. Patriotic, law supporting Sheriffs. Problems solved.

Aubergine

I am surrounded by all these things. Lucky me 🙂

singingsoul1

Amen 🙂

Aubergine

🙂

singingsoul1

We have good police force where I live. They even have police dogs.
I do not recommend roving groups of men here because most around here were in military and grew up in the hills and go hunting. I here there are also some training going on in the hills. People are very quiet when it comes to guns but I here the firing range very active from spring to late fall.

Aubergine

I agree with you, 100%.

What I do see happening is even more abandonment of American cities. People will flee to enclaves like Idaho, Tennessee, South Dakota, and Montana. Those are the “communities” where everybody knows everybody, strangers are noted, county sheriffs are the good guys, and people have guns.

If the shit starts up in places like that, there will be some chaos/death initially, but then the “marauders” will start to die.

Remember this?

“Men with semi-automatic weapons, handguns say they are here to protect city amid reports of militants heading this way

COEUR d’ALENE — Reports and rumors that groups bent on rioting and violence in Coeur d’Alene brought out men and women with guns on Monday determined to stop them if they arrive.

Dan Carson was patrolling Sherman Avenue with an AR-12 semi-automatic 12-gauge across his chest, an AR-15 strapped to his back, two 9mm handguns holstered and a .38 special, too.”

https://cdapress.com/news/2020/jun/02/armed-patriots-patrol-coeur-dalene-5/

TradeBait2

Yup.

BLM learned this lesson during the most recent summer of discontent, when a couple of busloads visited our area. They were met by local resident men and women with the full awareness of local law enforcement, who had sufficient notice the instigators of trouble were on the way. That they knew well in advance should tell people something important.

Upon arrival, said BLM participants were encircled at a safe distance, they observed themselves being observed, and they chose to reenter their buses rather quickly and head out to the next planned harassment site. Sadly (🤣), local news propagandists did not have sufficient time to set up their media shoots/fake events before they had already departed.

Just sayin’…

Theres is much more that is known and occurs, but that is enough to send this message to their handlers with FIB and the clowns.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Excellent!

Aubergine

Great story!

TheseTruths

I think she has good advice, but she’s a bit too breathless about it.

That seems to be a pattern with her.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

“LUCIFERINASE!!! AS IN LUCIFER!!!”

pgroup2

I think she has good advice, but she’s a bit too breathless about it.

Excellent assessment. Maybe she’s suffering a bit of hypoxia due to the height of her internet notoriety perch.

singingsoul1

Robinson has not thought this through. Why announce to the whole Internet that she keeps gold and money in her house? This is dangerous.
Secondly we have gone through this for years now and anyone inclined to prep has done so. Meds some meds people cannot get months of supply. So yes community is good also find good doctor when one needs meds one cannot get on open marked but can get from him.

kalbokalbs

Getting “months” supply of medicine is likely easy.

Smith’s / Krogers allows me to refill a 90 day supply, at day 80.

>>> 90 day script. Refill day 80. Then again, refill at day 80. Then again at day 80. Rinse. Repeat.

Above scenario saved a thirty day supply. Over the course of a year, ~90 days extra.

singingsoul1

We get 90 days. My husband is on one special med hard to get. They order special

TheseTruths

Peter Navarro has appealed to SCOTUS

On Monday, we reported that ex-Trump advisor Peter Navarro had been ordered to report to federal prison March 19 for contempt of Congress and that U.S. District Judge Amit Mehta denied his request for a stay while the case was under appeal. 

On Thursday, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit also refused to step in, so on Friday, Navarro filed an emergency request with the United States Supreme Court asking them to keep him from being thrown behind bars. 

The case is unprecedented, his lawyers argue:

“In an emergency request filed Friday, Navarro’s lawyers asked the court to keep him out of prison during the appeals process, arguing that he is not a flight risk or danger to public safety.

“’For the first time in our nation’s history, a senior presidential advisor has been convicted of contempt of congress after asserting executive privilege over a congressional subpoena,’ his lawyers said in the application. ‘Dr. Navarro has appealed and will raise a number of issues on appeal that he contends are likely to result in the reversal of his conviction, or a new trial.’”

Navarro was accused by the duplicitous January 6 Committee of plotting with another former Trump advisor, Steve Bannon, to block Congress from certifying the 2020 election results. He was subpoenaed by the committee but refused to appear and was convicted in 2023 of two counts of contempt of Congress — one for failing to produce documents and another for skipping his deposition.

The 74-year-old former trade advisor to Trump is due to report to a Bureau of Prisons facility in Miami by 2 p.m. on Tuesday. SCOTUS gave the Justice Department until Monday at 2 p.m. to respond to Navarro’s filing.

I hope and pray he will not have to go to prison.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

If SCOFFLAW SCOTUS doesn’t intervene, then they can’t be counted on EVER to stand up, IMO.

scott467

If he does go to prison, then when DJT is POTUS, it’s open season on every single Brandon and Hussein and Shrub and Bubba administration official.

Every last one.

TheseTruths

They know that, and are desperate to keep DJT out of the WH.

TheseTruths

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Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

I’m still horrified by the very idea of having an affair with “The Fani”.

TheseTruths

😱

scott467

“I’m still horrified by the very idea of having an affair with “The Fani”.”

_________

You mean “Big Fani”.

That’s her mob name… like Big Pussy in The Sopranos 😂

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Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

LOL!!!

RAC

Beer goggles not included

Aubergine

There aren’t enough paper bags, liquor, and Viagra in the world. But she did say that Wade was impotent for a while. The Fani-Effect™?

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

LMAO!!!

AYE-YI-YI.

Cuppa Covfefe

The wounded whale weight wading wade weighed wide…

singingsoul1

Wade is not a price either 😄

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

LOL!!!

pgroup2

Price? [prize?]

Anyway, have you seen his former spouse? Very easy on the eyes.

Wade certainly didn’t ‘trade up’ with Fani.

Which behavior identifies him as a prostitute, not a lover.

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Cuppa Covfefe

Of a group known as peter sellers no doubt…

Valerie Curren

 😂 

singingsoul1

I do not think he cared about looks. Fanny might have talents he could not resist. .?

cthulhu

Hundreds of thousands of them.

eilert

HaHaHaHA
“Looking for New Boyfriend”

TheseTruths

‘Traumatized’ residents of wealthy San Francisco neighborhood resort to using CHICKEN WIRE to protect their homes against intruders as crime spirals – with even ‘hard-core natives’ feeling so unsafe they want to move

Happening in the city’s Richmond District, the safety measures come amid a recent jump in burglaries, robberies, and murders in the affluent neighborhood

• Headline-grabbing incidents have even longtime residents on edge – with some installing cameras and safety locks along with the farm equipment

• Several have attended meetings and made posts on social media about the rampant crime – poised to be a talking point in an upcoming supervisor race 

I wonder if any of them are recognizing that this is a consequence of how they vote.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Normally I would say they would have to understand this, but we’re talking “communist useful idiot level dumb”.

TheseTruths

That’s what I’m afraid of. A common mantra is “You can’t just tell them; they have to be shown,” meaning they have to experience the consequences of their actions or votes. So if this doesn’t wake them up, I doubt that anything will.

mollypitcher5

It almost doesn’t matter if they figure it out. They can’t vote themselves free of the communists who control the votes.

TheseTruths

Maybe not, but awareness could influence them to act in other ways. They could start spreading the truth.

scott467

A common mantra is “You can’t just tell them; they have to be shown,”

______________

You can lead a horse to the theater, but you can’t make him watch the movie.

Not unless you’re gonna do it Clockwork Orange style.

.

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singingsoul1

Bingo

singingsoul1

They will be happy to blame Trump and MAGA that is easy but looking themselves in the mirror would be terrifying.

pgroup2

Not to mention costly, when they break the mirror by using it.

singingsoul1

Good one 😂

pgroup2

That is a characteristic of which I had heretofore been unaware.

ThanQ, Professor.  😂 

TheseTruths

Related:

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I thought that leftists were the guardians of the environment and the lovers of Mother Earth. 🤔

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

LOL! And yet – AND YET – they warn about “carcinogens” for nearly every object sold in California. It’s literal insanity.

This goes back to the Soviet Union and Mao’s China. Both were horrifying environmental criminals, and yet they automatically excused themselves while denouncing the West. The very idea that the mass-polluting USSR imposed Earth Day on America on Lenin’s birthday – just a travesty.

Leftists believe that their “good intent” is automatically exonerating for any crime except “wrong think”. Such a rip-off of humanity.

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

During my period of exile in CA, they passed that initiative that requires those “known to the state of California” labels on all sorts of things.

They were stuck on stupid in 87-89 (well before people started saying “stuck on stupid”)..and much more so today.

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GA/FL

Hypocrisy – thy name is Corrupt Leftist liberal Communism.

Cuppa Covfefe

San Francisco has been dirty for a VERY long time… Tom Lehrer’s “Pollution” characterizes this:

(Introduction, spoken:)
Time was when an American about to go abroad would be warned
By his friends or the guidebooks not to drink the water.
But times have changed, and now a foreigner coming to
This country might be offered the following advice:

If you visit American city,
You will find it very pretty.
Just two things of which you must beware:
Don’t drink the water and don’t breathe the air!

Pollution, pollution!
They got smog and sewage and mud.
Turn on your tap
And get hot and cold running crud!

See the halibuts and the sturgeons
Being wiped out by detergeons.
Fish gotta swim and birds gotta fly,
But they don’t last long if they try.

Pollution, pollution!
You can use the latest toothpaste,
And then rinse your mouth
With industrial waste.

Just go out for a breath of air
And you’ll be ready for Medicare.
The city streets are really quite a thrill—
If the hoods don’t get you, the monoxide will.

Pollution, pollution!
Wear a gas mask and a veil.
Then you can breathe,
Long as you don’t inhale!

Lots of things there that you can drink,
But stay away from the kitchen sink!
The breakfast garbage that you throw into the Bay
They drink at lunch in San José.

So go to the city,
See the crazy people there.
Like lambs to the slaughter,
They’re drinking the water
And breathing (cough) the air!

He’s put his works into the public domain, so words and music (with a few exceptions) are available at https://tomlehrersongs.com

Here’s “Pollution”, modified for a non-SF audience (he usually localizes his songs, and SF is local to him, at least when he’s in Santa Cruz):

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

My parents would play his LPs (yeah, vinyl, remember that?) a lot when they hosted parties. So of course I know the vinyl version very well. He didn’t pronounce it “pol-yooshun” on vinyl and did have the San Jose wording.

Cuppa Covfefe

He did the music for the show “That Was The Week That Was” (TW³) back in the early 60s… that was a great show, but probably cut a little too close to home to go for much longer than it did…

I have “That Was The Year That Was” and “An Evening Wasted With Tom Lehrer”… Also have his CD/DVD “The Tom Lehrer Collection” which came about because of all of the YouTubes of Lehrer inspiring him to put together a collection himself…

I used to have a couple of Firesign Theatre Albums and a Bob Newhart one as well, but I’ve no clue where they’ve gone 🙁

singingsoul1

“I thought that leftists were the guardians of the environment and the lovers of Mother Earth”
_____________________________________________________________________

Leftists are great on hypocrisy and perfected it to shame others specially the past generation.
My son in law a democrat lecturers me on environment . I showed him my compost ask him how his is doing. He has non. I innocently ask ” what do you do with vegetable scraps?” He said ” put them in the garbage.” There we have it we are more environmentally friendly. Everything is a pretend to fit in to their group.

Valerie Curren

I’ve been freezing veggie scraps for a while to cook up, often w/ saved pasta water, to make veggie broth, & then the scraps go in the backyard “compost” zone. One of my sons kept a bunch of rabbits back there about a decade ago & the ground is “fortified”  😇 

singingsoul1

Sounds great 👍🏻

Gail Combs

My veggie scraps, if they are not rotten, go to the goats. They process it and make very nice fertilizer.

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Valerie Curren

Awesome! I wish we could have chickens & a goat in the city but that’s not allowed any more. My dad said his grandpa, in the city of Detroit, had a horse, pig, & chickens on his city lot, back in the day! That lot Might have been about 40 X 120 like my parents but not probably 40 X 150 like ours 🙂

Gail Combs

I had a tiny pygmy goat, not much taller than my cat. She was litter box trained.

The breed  average 15 to 20 inches tall and 35 to 50 pounds.

Nigerian Dwarfs are even smaller.

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Photos from: Small Goat Breeds

Valerie Curren

Precious, but probably not much milk 😉

cthulhu

They probably make little goat cheeses the size of gumdrops.

Valerie Curren

Nice!

pgroup2

Serious question — if you had your druthers, would you put those yellow ID tags on your animals?

Gail Combs

HELL NO!!!!

I have woods, the ear tags get torn out by the brush. I lost a goat I was very fond of to antibiotic resistant Septis.

pgroup2

I suspected as much. ThanQ.

Gail Combs

I do have tags but I would only use them if I sell an animal. The new owner gets to put them in.😜

singingsoul1

Wiish I had a goat 😃 you live a beautiful live

Gail Combs

NYC does it too. they also do it with garbage.

Does New York City still dump their garbage in the ocean?

December 14, 2021 by Bridget Gibson

It has been four years since Congress voted to ban the common practice of using the ocean as a municipal chamber pot, and with the Federal deadline set for tomorrow, New York is the only city that still does it.

scott467

“I wonder if any of them are recognizing that this is a consequence of how they vote.”

_____________

Certainly not, but they live in denial of all sorts of reality, so why should this be any different?

If burglaries, robberies and murders are happening in wealthy Sodom by the Bay communities, the answer isn’t chicken wire.

People who can afford to live in rich parts of San Francisco can afford to live just about anywhere.

That’s the answer.

Move.

Hit the road Jack,
and don’tca come back
no more
no more
no more
no more

The upcoming ‘supervisor race’ isn’t going to change even the slightest thing at this point.

It’s over.

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mollypitcher5

The idea that by living there automatically equates to being wealthy enough to move and live anywhere else is becoming a myth. If they own a home the fact that the area is becoming dangerous is going to deter buyers. There goes that fantasy. It’s not easy to quit a job if you can’t transfer or manage to find another job in a safer locality.
The window of opportunity is shutting.
The message is the same though..take the loss and get out..whatever that may look like.

singingsoul1

Since covid I appreciate where I live. God is good !
My kids wanted us to move to Columbus or Ann Arbor MI. My husband resisted more than I because Columbus was appealing to me more to do. I appreciate now the quiet that a small town offers 🙂

Last edited 1 month ago by singingsoul1
Valerie Curren

Ann Arbor is pretty but extremely leftist…sigh…

pgroup2

At least in Ann Arbor you get to listen to Thayrone X on WAAM radio 1600 A.M. 3-6 pm daily.

http://www.waamradio.com has an internet streaming button.

Or on simple radio streaming service on your android phone.

Valerie Curren

That’s new to me…what kind of show?

singingsoul1

I know not going to move

Valerie Curren

Good Call!!!

Valerie Curren

My family Loves this movie. Our kids used to claim which mental hospital character they were:

oldest son (& husband), Keaton’s character w/ anger issues
middle son, Lloyd’s character w/ OCD
youngest son, Boyle’s character w/ megalomania, Christ fixation
daughter, Furst’s character, near catatonic

We found a copy of the DVD in the “Poncho bin” (tm Hubby!) at Wal-Mart–priceless!

TradeBait2

Some people are destined for destruction. They are doomed. Acceptance of the condition by those who are not is difficult, but necessary.

The old joke about God sending two rescue boats and a helicopter during a flood the person rejects because God will save them applies.

Aubergine

Yep. Sad, but true.

singingsoul1

Yes God will save them he send a helicopter and boats. Now they rely on the Grace of God . Interesting how one can miss how God sends help.

Aubergine

Chicken wire might keep out the occasional fox or coon, but it ain’t gonna do a thing about the wolves.

These people are dreaming if they think they can protect themselves.

TheseTruths

Exactly! It can so easily be cut. They’re delusional.

pgroup2

They could get some ideas from the movie The Omega Man.

singingsoul1

They invited the problem with their liberal stance. They never looked at consequences of their actions. The problem is always the other until it comes to them. They are now the hunted.

mollypitcher5

A slightly different slant to quote “they won’t be able to walk down the streets”

singingsoul1

For sure. 😉

Gail Combs

Chicken wire??? GOOD GRIEF at least use Cattle Panels. You can not cut them with wire cutters or a Leatherman’s tool.

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

Most cattle panels I’ve seen are shorter than people, so easy to just climb over.

Gail Combs

Depends on the panel.

16′ Goat Panel 60″ :  4 Gauge Wire. 4″ x 4″ Openings.

If you do not have a center post they are so flexible they are very hard to climb over.

Then there is Non-Climb horse fence. This is square, mine is V shaped. but it is easier to cut that the cattle panel 4 gauge wire.

  • 2″x4″ mesh spacing prevents stepping through
  • Quality galvanized wire with durable zinc coating resists weathering as well as wear and tear
  • Easy to install on flat or hilly terrain
  • Strong mesh design minimizes potential for injury by flexing on impact
  • Height: 60″
  • Length: 100′
  • Filler Wire: 12 1/2 Gauge
  • Top/Bottom Wire: 10 Gauge
kalbokalbs

Amazing, it took decades for these wealthy SNOB residents to figure out, Frisco is a shithole.

TheseTruths

This is behind a paywall, but it might signal a trend.

Vice President Harris should ‘step aside’ for good of the country, Washington Post columnist says

‘I propose with all due respect that Harris step away from the ticket,’ Kathleen Parker wrote

cthulhu

Yeah, good luck with that.

TheseTruths

I can’t imagine her stepping down. They are stuck with her. If JB has to bow out, she’s the next batter up.

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Just like Obama planned – for his FOURTH and FIFTH terms.

GA/FL

Exactly – Øbastid aims to destroy this country.

May he fall into his own pit – be hung by his own petard!!!

(Biblical references)

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Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

I think that once people realize that it’s OBAMA wrecking the country – first through Biden, next through Harris – they will reject him clearly at this election.

But prepare for them to cheat to an obviously fraudulent win. THEN the fun begins.

Valerie Curren

The People rejected FJB/LGB in 2020, yet here we are…

scott467

“I can’t imagine her stepping down.”

____________

She will do exactly what she is told to do.

She would never be VP in the first place if she wasn’t 100% controlled. That wasn’t just the primary criteria for her to be chosen VP, it was the only criteria.

Aubergine

Unfortunately, however, the whole country can imagine her going down, based on past information.

TheseTruths

😳

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

Yep.

Though not necessarily her political career.

(If I didn’t know you’d better I’d swear you were talking about something else.)

(I *do* know you better. You ware talking about something else. 😀 )

Aubergine

Lol! I’ve been knowed!

Valerie Curren

  :wpds_envy: 

Gail Combs

🤮🤮🤮

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Aubergine

Camel-uh has an ego the size of Fani’s ass. She’s not stepping down, she thinks she’s a genius.

singingsoul1

She is because she convinced the deep state she is the perfect candidate for VP. Now she has become the pediment to get rid of Biden.

pgroup2

“We don’t need no steen-kin paywall.”

https://archive.is/9cfxr

TheseTruths

Thank you. But what is the process I should go through to get there? Do I copy the URL, go to https://archive.ph/
and paste the URL there, and voila!?

Valerie Curren

just click on the link in PGroup’s comment, or right click & open it in a new tab 🙂

pgroup2
kalbokalbs

Hoe is fixated on ME. Hoe is determined to be 47. D-Rats ignorantly propped up the worthless bitch.

Last edited 1 month ago by kalbokalbs
TheseTruths

Russian Media: “This is what a Russian nuclear attack on the United States would look like.’

Still think Putin is bluffing?

mollypitcher5

Russia Russia Russia fear porn propaganda on tap. Angry Joe needs a talking point

TheseTruths

Yes, but the special effects are awesome 😉 (which I can say, even though it is an attack on the U.S., because I don’t think it will come true).

scott467

That’s so scary.

How will I ever sleep again?

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

LMAO!!!

singingsoul1

I have no problem as long it is quick 🤔

eilert

The Blob is fear porring again.
See the Readers note.

Aubergine

What a load of bullshit fear porn!

The account, SprinterFactory, should really be called SphincterPuckerer. One can only imagine the holes in the seats of Millennial’s undies.

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

San Francisco and New York.

And the scary part is…?

(Bonus…looks like two distinct attacks on New York. At least, I’m pretty sure the Empire State Building got blasted twice, just to be sure.)

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Exactly. Babylon and Sodom burning? OH, NOES!

Realistically, Russia (or China, or both, or whoever) just needs one bomb, to remove Washington. Then they go “That’s all, folks. Have a nice century! You can thank us later.”

The only reason they can’t do it, is they just can’t be sure there wouldn’t be a stupid response by Americans who didn’t suddenly realize they were better off.

The reality here is just psychological warfare. Russia and China are watching the neocons being rejected by the American right, but they know that the people of America are not in control of the monster. They have to agitate enough Americans into caring, that they hamstring the Blinkens and Nulands on the conventional warfare front. Overall, it seems to be working.

pgroup2

An intriguing take on the current morass we’re in.  🤔 

Cuppa Covfefe

Morass… are you talking about Fani???

kalbokalbs

Least they could do is include District of Criminals.

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

I really would hate to lose the Mall including the Smithsonian (the vast majority of the value of which is the collections the public does NOT see–only SOME of which are not in DC).

But as of right now, your renaming is sadly correct, and it’d be a net gain.

So hypothetically, assume that DC ends up under a mushroom cloud someday. What happens? Let’s assume we don’t retaliate and thereby lose everything else as well.

The rot has gotten into enough state governments, that when the FedGov is back in business, we’d still be dealing with the same shit.

pgroup2

So I take it you don’t believe in them being ‘scared straight’ like that old TV show used to do with wayward teens?

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

I’m not sure what you’re asking here. So I’ll guess, identify my guess and respond.

If you’re thinking I don’t believe corrupt state politicians can be scared straight, you’re right, I don’t think they can. It’s how they live. For many, feeding off graft is why they got into politics in the first place (have you ever heard the bit about how getting elected for one term as sheriff can set you up for life?). You can no more scare them straight than you can scare a parasitic wasp into not lying eggs in other insects’ bodies. Or scare a terminator straight.

Last edited 1 month ago by SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA
pgroup2

Exactly what I meant – they’re too far gone.

Sadly, I agree.

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

A lot of people like that literally don’t know any other way to live. They are parasites…and some of them may even be WASPs.

Gail Combs

Also they are often sociopaths or psychopaths.

A study conducted in the early 2000s found that 6.2% of the general population would meet the criteria for narcissistic personality disorder and 3.7% would meet the criteria for antisocial personality disorder. These conditions officially capture the maladaptive behavior we refer to as sociopathy.

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/basics/sociopathy

So you are talking ~10% of the population!

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

Yeah. Perhaps a bit lower because I wouldn’t be surprised if a number of them have both. More than the 6.2% times 3.7% you’d expect from considering them independent probabilities.

It has been my observation that few people with a mental condition have just ONE disorder. Which makes me suspect that fundamental causes remain hidden, and these labels psychologists use are just for symptoms of something deeper that’s not yet understood.

Or to put it another way, I’d be greatly surprised if the number of people who have both is less than 1% of the general population. Which would at least reduce the total number of shitbags to 9 percent or less.

Last edited 1 month ago by SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA
Itswoot

One of the clearest and most unmistakable signs from God that I’ve had in my life came to me on a Saturday morning, last January 13th.

We had had a major snowstorm the previous day and night that had been forecast to drop as much as 18″, with locally higher amounts possible. Most of it was a result of lake effect snow from gale force winds blowing from the east across Lake Huron. I live 18 miles from the shoreline.

When I looked out of my back door first thing in the morning, the storm was over. The wind had died out, but there was still a few snowflakes falling. Looking at the workbench nearby, I guessed that we had gotten 14 to 16 inches of accumulation. I saw that the old horse barn with the sagging roof at the back of my property was in need of the roof being cleared off before it started collapsing. It had about two feet piled on, including snow from a storm the previous week.

I had breakfast and went out about ten o’clock. To my surprise, the clouds had cleared out and the sky was a deep blue. 

I got out the snow roof rake from the garage and started clearing the barn roof facing the house. Yup, the snow on it was about two feet deep. That took about ten minutes, then I moved around to the back side. I was facing north. The view from that side was stunning. Over the top of the roofline I could see the tall black walnut, which around 100 feet tall, and the clump of soft maples at the back of the garage was around 50 feet. Every branch on the trees were snow covered with 8-10 inches near the branches joined the trunks, and tapering off to about one inch out to the branch tips. “Delicate tracery”comes to mind. With all the wind we had, I was surprised to see any snow still sticking to them. The backdrop to the trees was the cloudless deep blue sky. Again, a stunning view.

I was about halfway through clearing the backside roof when off to my right I heard the whistling of wings, a soft ‘honk’ and saw movement coming from behind the tall spruce and pine trees around my house.

I had been looking up at the rooftop. I stopped raking the snow and lifted my head up higher. Three swans flying just above the tree tops, and in close formation, broke into view between the trees. They flew behind the walnut tree, but could still be clearly seen through the branches.

The thought came to me, “The Holy Trinity” (Father, Son and Holy Spirit), the swans being symbolic of them.

“Lift up your heads O you gates; be lifted up, you ancient doors, that the King of glory may come in.” Psalm 24: 7 

There was another soft ‘honk’ as the swans swept past and then broke into a blue sky opening to my left , and then disappeared from view as they flew behind snow-covered pines.

It all lasted about 5 to 8 seconds. May the memory of those brief seconds be with me always.

Everything worked to perfection. I was standing in the exact place I needed to be in. I was doing a task that had me looking up. Had the swans flown by 5-10 minutes earlier, I would have been on the other side of the barn and my back would have been towards them. Their flight at an angle from the northeast to the southwest, and across my line of sight, I could see no way to improve on. A heavy overcast returned about an hour later and stayed that way for the rest of the day.

I often picture the visual scene as I struggle with my troubles. The vision of the sign from God has become like an anchor for me. I wondered if that was appropriate,so I did a search in my bible concordance and found this:

“We have this hope as an anchor for the soul, firm and secure…” Hebrews 6: 19

This lyric line by Ray Boltz has taken on a new meaning for me: “The anchor holds in spite of the storm.”

Itswoot

To avoid WordPress posting troubles, this was a copy and paste from my PC.

TheseTruths

A beautiful and uplifting account. Thank you for sharing it. 🦢

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Great stuff! Thank you!

pgroup2

It’s little off-topic happenings like this that prove God is real and that He loves you personally. I have many of these unnecessary-for-daily-living events in my life.

As you say, they are to be treasured.

PAVACA

pgroup2
I firmly believe that it was NOT “random chance” that I saw the son-in-law of my former next-door neighbor working in her yard yesterday afternoon and called to him that i needed to get to an ER. He came running over to my house, got me back inside and sitting on the sofa, called 911 right then and there, and then called his wife to get over here. Both stayed with me throughout the EMS arrival / exam, and then they took care of my dog until I got back home last night from the ER.
More proof of the existence and the mercy of the Almighty God.

Psalm 103: 1,4 (KJV)
1 Bless the LORD, O my soul, and all that is within me bless his holy name.
4 Who redeemeth thy life from destruction; who crowneth thee with loving kindness and tender mercies;

Barb Meier

Thank you, Pavaca for your good news!! I am so glad to know you got to come home from the ER and that there were good people to help you exactly when you needed them. Prayers for you to get well.

TradeBait2

Have been concerned for you. Glad to see you on here today.

PAVACA

TradeBait2
Thank you. One will be a little “rocky” for a few days, but the ER doctor said I’ll make it.

Gail Combs

Glad to hear you are doing OK.

Valerie Curren

Sorry that you are facing these challenges but so glad you’re doing better. God be with you in comfort, healing, & peace 

singingsoul1

Amen

GA/FL

The Bible tells us throughout that the Lord God speaks to us, teaches us, guides us through His Creation.

Romans 1 clearly outlines this precept.

pgroup2

And it seems vital that one know that particular voice. Christ said His sheep know His voice and will not follow another.

Well, the counter view is that that the Voice of Christ is drowned out by the background noise if one doesn’t already know it. After all, there are passages that instruct us to be still and know God.

Which to me means a quiet place is where the sound of His voice will be learned so that the noisy tumult of life does not overwhelm it.

singingsoul1

Amen

Gail Combs

And that is why I always hated living in an apartment near a city.

That is why having a horse, and being able to go trail riding each day after work was a lot more important to me than having a new car or lots of expensive clothes.

GA/FL

Excellent word, PGroup!

Valerie Curren

Amen!

Aubergine

I think it’s very beautiful that you had this experience and were able to see God’s hand in it.

I think often people miss the message.

pgroup2

Ain’t that the truth.  🤗 

Aubergine

🙂

TradeBait2

Wonderful story. Thank you!

Valerie Curren

What a timely, precious, priceless memory that the Lord gifted you. TY for sharing!

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

Gail Combs

Daily Mail March 17th

Billionaire Bill Ackman is a top donor rallying behind a 15-year-old Missouri girl who suffered severe brain damage when another teen smashed her head against the concrete during a high school fight.

The hedge fund investor, 57, contributed $10,000 towards a GoFundMe campaign in support of Kaylee Gain, DailyMail.com can reveal. His donation was confirmed by a partner at Pershing Square Capital Management, L.P.

The crowdfunding account, which is raising funds for medical bills and aims to support the teen’s family as Gain ‘fights hard to stay alive’, has received more than $213,000 in donations in just two days. 

Organizers say her loved ones are extremely grateful for ‘overwhelming response’, which has ‘already brought the family to tears’.

Gain suffered a skull fracture and frontal lobe damage when her head was repeatedly smashed into the ground during a brawl last Friday. She was left alone on the ground to convulse before EMTs arrived.

She has ‘major brain bleeding and swelling’ and is in ‘critical condition’, her loved ones said. The family will not know the full extent of the damage until she wakes up.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-13197385/missouri-kaylee-gain-gofundme-bill-ackman.html

para59r

Rare reporting from Washington Post Columnist. Although she attacks Harris, she takes a pretty serious swipe at Biden too.

Washington Post Columnist Calls on Kamala Harris to Step Aside ‘For the Country’s Sake’ Mike LaChance Mar. 16, 2024 10:45 pm 228 Comments

Vice President Harris should “step aside,” Washington Post columnist Kathleen Parker wrote on Friday, as she called the vice president’s performance “disappointing,” and warned she’s become a “burden to the Democratic ticket.”

While she said she was pulling for Harris to succeed, Parker argued her performance “has been disappointing.”

“The Kamala conundrum comes down to this: She was picked because she was Black and female, a combo tantamount to job security. Now that she has become a burden to the Democratic ticket, Biden can’t fire her. He can’t risk alienating his base. Full stop. The seriousness of this situation can’t be overstated. Biden’s diminishing faculties, notwithstanding his relatively successful State of the Union address, and his increasing physical frailty are concerning,” Parker wrote.

“Whatever the reasons, it has seemed that Harris’s role was to be quiet, lest she embarrass her boss with her sometimes inane, rambling remarks and a laugh that erupts from nowhere about nothing obvious to others,” Parker wrote.

The left is not taking this well. (inside the story)

Wolf Moon | Threat to Demonocracy

That last paragraph is one of the best descriptions of Cackles, Princess of Diversity.

pgroup2

Kathleen Parker — one of the Grand Dames of the donkey party propaganda wing, speaks. And when the party organ speaks, the machine cogs better listen.

The hand has written on the Wall, er … on the Post.

para59r

It all boils down to they are very worried.

They should of thought of this stuff before they installed a senile old pedo with his gay trans islamo fascists puppet master who kowtows to petty tyrants while doing the work of the satanic cabal into office. Clearly all these progressive folk are all stuck in a rather gratuitous mode and believe themselves aristocrats entitled to all and we but mere peasants plebes and fodder to be used for their own ends.

pgroup2

Life is a series of Monty Python skits and movies.

cthulhu

Apropos of nothing in particular…..I went to the machinists’ meeting today, and one of the guys mentioned that his CostCo air fryer got recalled. His instructions were to cut the cord and take a picture of the ID plate with the cut cord, and they’d send him a check for nearly what he paid for it.

One of the joys of interacting with this group is that they don’t see things the same way as the greater public — everything can serve as raw materials for building something else, even if it’s a hazard when used as an air fryer.

RAC

Improvise and repurpose. My dehumidifier weighs a ton and has a plastic carrying handle. Plastic ! Needless to say it broke right in the middle. I put a splint on it using a rolling pin and four zip ties, applied the first aid immediately but the break never healed up.

GA/FL

There is some plastic glue that contains powder that we used to mend a wheelchair shroud for our daughter. We used Q Bond available at Amazon (couldn’t load the link), but there are others.,

Gorilla Glue also worked on the plastic vegetable bin in her refrigerator.

Good luck repairing the handle. I would not move the humidifier unless you empty or remove the reservoir or put it on a wheeled dolly.

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Gail Combs

“…put it on a wheeled dolly.”

Putting it on a wheeled dolly sounds like a very good move. It beats the cost of a trip to a chiropractor!

pgroup2

Wheeled dollies of various sizes are available at

https://www.harborfreight.com/search?q=dollies

Gail Combs

We have about four from Harbor Freight. They are very useful!

cthulhu

One time, I was at Harbor Freight, and ran into a woman that totally schooled me about those dollies — she was buying, IIRC, six of the small ones.

I was thinking “what would she need six dollies for?” and made some comment…..whereupon she looked at me like I was stupid and said, “these wheel assemblies are good for a thousand pounds — if you look on the back wall, the wheels are $3.50 each, but I can get these dollies for $8 with the coupon.”

The Fiancee’s storage unit is full of five shelf Home Depot plastic racks mounted on custom four-wheel trucks made with Harbor Freight dolly wheels. She can roll everything out into the corridor, make her selection, then roll everything back in (she’s currently switching out polo shirts for sweaters).

eilert

holly

David Breashears, climber, Everest cinematographer, dies at 68

Found dead at home. No cause of death given.

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Gail Combs

JAB!

eilert

Whoa
Pirates chose the wrong ship

https://www.instagram.com/reel/C3GrkYnvUdf/?igsh=ZWFxbnk1M2psNG9q

mollypitcher5

Isn’t it funny that a year ago this account of pirates storming a vessel would almost be entertaining in the sense of it’s far away and they repelled them. IOW..it wouldn’t ever happen to us.
Now, 2024… it IS happening to people right here on dry land. Gangs, foreign thugs roaming doing home invasions and worse.
I’m still on the edge of denial stage…our own govt has done this to us.

singingsoul1

Obama and Biden are not our own government. One is the puppet of a man raised as Muslim not in the US.

Valerie Curren

our own USURPED govt has done this to us”

piper 567

Nice reflexes.

smiley2
TheseTruths

Thank you!

TheseTruths

I noticed that the copyright on the list was from 2009, so I went to their website, and there is a wealth of information!

https://nongmoshoppingguide.com/

smiley2

👍

Gail Combs
eilert

https://twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1kvJpvdQvZDKE

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eilert

https://rumble.com/v4jn7o0-state-department-scuttled-haitian-elections-to-remove-migrant-encampment-ah.html
State Department Scuttled Haitian Elections To Remove Migrant Encampment Ahead Of 2022 Midterms