Breaking 911 — Massachusett Fires !

Sorry, just realized I was not paying attention to my verb tense!!!   Sometimes my curious nature gets the best of me, and I just type waaaay too fast to make any sense!   (Be glad you can’t see my Text messages :-) )

Very quickly … any members in the area of Massachusetts gas explosions in homes and businesses [that were] going on in Lawrence and Andover?... [Read More]


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I am so with David French on Police Shootings

https://www.nationalreview.com/2018/09/police-shootings-david-french-changed-writing/

Moreover, there are legal doctrines that need to be reformed or abolished (such as qualified immunity, but that explanation requires a whole separate piece). And there should be a culture change in the way officers are taught to perceive risk, a culture change that thoughtful veterans of the Iraq and Afghan wars could help initiate.... [Read More]


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Floods

When I was young I thought there would be nothing better than a flood. I foolishly thought my whole house would be a swimming pool. The water would be clear, clean, and warm. What’s not to like?

Now I am thinking floods are for the 1%. Not 1% of the people but for 1% of the land. Most land never has a chance of good flood. Sahara, Gobi, mountain ranges, and medium size hills are never in the floodlights.... [Read More]


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Alternate Answer

Helsinki Press Conference
Reporter: What exactly did you say to President Putin about Russia hacking our election?
Pres. Trump: I told Vladimir, respectfully, that if he didn’t stop, we would do the same. A lotta people don’t know it but we’ve got some real hackers…and we’ll spend more than, what was it?..a hundred thousand dollars?!
in Facebook ads, no less.
We’ll buy a vodka company and then we’ll muscle Stolchinaya out of the market, and once we get market leverage, we’ll give it out free for votes. We can do a lotta things, believe me.

I’m going to recommend to our patriotic CIA to send their PR division CNN to large cities in Moscow,Vladivostok and other cities CNN will help us learn to pronounce properly.... [Read More]


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Breaking News: Sen Feinstein releases confidential doc re: Kavanaugh to the FBI

https://sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com/2018/09/13/feinstein-kavanaugh-confiden

(CBS SF) — California Sen. Dianne Feinstein has referred a confidential document that contains information on the Brett Kavanaugh Supreme Court nomination to the FBI, the senator announced Thursday. “I have received information from an individual concerning the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court,” Feinstein said in a statement. “That individual strongly requested confidentiality, declined to come forward or press the matter further, and I have honored that decision. I have, however, referred the matter to federal investigative authorities.”... [Read More]


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The Big Myth: Wage Gaps

On CNBC this afternoon, I was listening to Suze Orman talk about the wage gap between men and women. Although she admits that the economy is on fire, she continues to whine about the 20% gap between male and female wages.

Sigh. Y’all have no idea how weary am I to hear this non-truth again and again especially from an economically savvy woman such as Orman.... [Read More]


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Anonymous NYT essay February 1943

I am part of the resistance to the Roosevelt administration. Many think that his reckless actions led to the war and that his strategy is unsound. He moved the Pacific fleet from San Diego to Hawaii over the protests of its commander Adm. Richardson who thought that the fleet was too vulnerable there. The disaster on December 7th was the result. Admiral King thinks that the Europe first strategy is dangerous and is diverting much of the Navy’s resources to the Pacific. Roosevelt has no regard for democracy as was shown by his court packing bill. The British are frustrated by the Americans not taking notes about the decisions reached at meetings. It’s as if Roosevelt revels in administrative chaos. He doesn’t understand what it means to be president and many of his officials are working diligently from within to frustrate his worst inclinations. He calls Stalin Uncle Joe and doesn’t appear to understand the menace of Communism. He made Henry Wallace his VP who is dangerously sympathetic to socialism….


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Book Review: The Narrative

“The Narrative” by Deplora BouleWhen you regard the madness and serial hysterias possessing the United States: this week “bathroom equality”, the next tearing down statues, then Russians under every bed, segueing into the right of military-age unaccompanied male “refugees” to bring their cultural enrichment to communities across the land, to proper pronouns for otherkin, “ripping children” from the arms of their illegal immigrant parents, etc., etc., whacky etc., it all seems curiously co-ordinated: the legacy media, on-line outlets, and the mouths of politicians of the slaver persuasion all with the same “concerns” and identical words, turning on a dime from one to the next. It’s like there’s a narrative they’re being fed by somebody or -bodies unknown, which they parrot incessantly until being handed the next talking point to download into their birdbrains.

Could that really be what’s going on, or is it some kind of mass delusion which afflicts societies where an increasing fraction of the population, “educated” in government schools and Gramsci-converged higher education, knows nothing of history or the real world and believes things with the fierce passion of ignorance which are manifestly untrue? That’s the mystery explored in this savagely hilarious satirical novel.... [Read More]

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Adorable

Maybe you know the band King Size.  Lead singer Mike Geier?  How about Nicole Atkins?  Well what about a seven-foot sad clown named PUDDLES whose PITY PARTY act sees him covering pop songs with a voice that makes Roy Orbison sound like Pat Benatar and a guitar so clean Tom Scholz wonders how he does it.  Now how about that?

SO here he is and here she are, doing a song that is a miracle in its own right, and let me know if you can see the argument unfolding in this song.  Free prize to the third person who points out the argument.  See Dime for details.... [Read More]


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