Holiday Weekend Open Thread


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173 Responses to Holiday Weekend Open Thread

  1. DeniseVB says:

    Your last post was breaking all kinds of personal best records on the TCH FB page, no way I was going to step on that 🙂 Thanks for a fresh thread!

  2. DeniseVB says:

    There’s so much going on in this photo. Donald, his fan boys, and the SS staring down the hands of the fanboys. So joyful, so serious.

  3. Venus says:

    Breitbart has a story — with video — of Trump after a rally — some people were there with what they are calling “Remembrance” banners – poster boards with pictures of loved ones killed by illegals — who asked Trump to sign the banners, and Trump kisses the pictures before signing. I admit, I teared up. It’s worth watching and reading because story has follow up with family.

    Link to story:

  4. Venus says:

    I’m still LIVID that Obama went to Hiroshima – especially on Memorial Day weekend.
    Fuck Obama.

  5. Venus says:

    Ho Lee Phuk! Remember Tila Tequila from fucking “MY SPACE” fame? She’s in a twitter war with disgraced former Breitbart editor Ben Shapiro (turns out, Tila is pro-Trump) and the best part is: she’s pwning him! Ex. A:

  6. Dora says:

    I don’t like this man. When I watched him speak at Diana’s funeral, there was something about him that irritated me. Now he is using her name again. Oh, he says it’s for charity, but it is also getting him another 15 minutes in the spotlight. I don’t trust him.

    You can sleep in Princess Diana’s bedroom

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    • leslie says:

      This one made me cry outright. It was beautiful.
      These kids who have their parents gone to fight or whatever…are so lucky to have them come back home.

  9. Dora says:

    Trump to speak at Rolling Thunder motorcycle rally in D.C.

    Trump is set to speak at the event in Washington, D.C., on Sunday afternoon, Trump spokeswoman Hope Hicks said. The annual event, which has been held for nearly 30 years, is a tribute to prisoners of war and Americans missing in action.

    • DeniseVB says:

      My husband got upset when a friend of his called Trump a buffoon. So I had a short training session with him on an appropriate response “That’s right, I’m supporting the biggest, bloviating, bombastic buffoon because what we have now is not working and we need to destroy the system, Go Trump Smash! “

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  11. DeniseVB says:

    I’ll take “Feel the Bern” for $200 Alex.

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    • leslie says:

      Here is something new… my son, the jr high teacher, was talking with me about the racist attitudes of the school system he teaches in . He reported the teachers in his school recommended one particular boy for a special role in the 8th grad graduation. The problem is the boy is well known for having participated in the beating of a homeless man in our town. But because he was the only boy “of color” to have volunteered for this role, the teachers voted to honor him. My son (and several others) pointed out the hypocrisy of this situation. They said that in order to appear to have no racial bias, they were willing to deny the role to other boys *who qualified* for this honor by virtue of character as well as grades. He found this to be a racist position – to honor someone of color when they didn’t deserve it and to deny others said honor because of the color of their skin.
      I must say that I was surprised to hear this from him. I remember talking about this very thing years ago and he would deny its (racially biased) existence. He is growing up!

      • taw46 says:

        I am so glad I am retired and no longer have to work in PC environments. And good for your son, you taught him well.

      • DeniseVB says:

        Assault and Battery shouldn’t be honored no matter what color the skin. I do love when the kids get it 🙂

        • leslie says:

          I love it too. But what I love even more is that many of the teachers were so opposed to naming this kid to the special role in the graduation ceremony, they actually did select another student – who happened to be white. My son said that the black community will holler and scream “racism” but “at this point what difference would it make”?

      • Jadzia says:

        Geez. My parents used to teach in the public schools in Gary and what I remember most about their hair-raising stories is that all of them ended with the school refusing to put up with any nonsense.

        • leslie says:

          Times change… Especially when the school is in a town known for its liberal politics and its public stance on racial equality. The school system is currently under fire for the discrepancy in test scores between African Americans and Hispanic kids and the students who do well. There have been multiple hearings and meetings, etc. and many who want MORE $$ spent specifically on the families of the kids who do poorly. (What a scam!) There needs to be less money and more parental oversight or even caring about what happens between testing sessions.
          So the schools put up with much and the teachers – most of whom are NOT racist – taking more and more heat for the lack of enthusiasm of the black and Hispanic students and their families who fare poorly.

          • Somebody says:

            I’d be willing to wager money that a deep dive into the test scores will track more along socio-economic lines than race. I bet you a dollar to a donut the poor white kids have low test scores too.

            You are correct Leslie it circles back to the parents and the home environment. There is also some correlation with teaching styles…….can’t tell you if correlation is causation however. As with anything there are exceptions to the rule which cut both ways……the poor kid that excels, the wealthy kid that doesn’t.

          • leslie says:

            Great points, Somebody….
            That’s right about teaching styles… That was something else he and I talked about. His evaluations from students spoke loud and clear that his enthusiasm and his style got (most) everyone involved and motivated. But he still has/had students whose grades were low and their parents never responded to any of his outreach efforts. … There is only so much a teacher can do. There needs to be some response to invitations or little is accomplished. . . this is something I did not see on the editorials in our town’s papers. It seems they don’t wish to *upset* anyone.

          • leslie says:

            BTW: I forgot to mention that the test scores were based on new testing and kids were allowed to “opt out” of them. Annnnd the kids that opted out were, for the most part, the kids whose parents are screaming about “discrepancies” and “racism” and bias in testing. Yes, they are also for the most part, those in the lower socio-economic stratum.

  17. taw46 says:

    “He somehow forgot to mention the evils perpetrated by Imperial Japan or the unspeakable suffering it inflicted upon POWs and civilians who fell into its clutches.

    Let’s correct that oversight, to help the President understand why moral equivalence is the dim refuge of lazy minds, and equating American troops with the Axis forces they defeated is an outrage.”

    • taw46 says:

      “Unsurprisingly, China’s state-run media is very upset that Barack Obama didn’t mention Nanking, or other Japanese offenses against China, during his Hiroshima speech. “The death of Japanese civilians in the Hiroshima atomic bomb attack deserves global sympathy, but the tragedy was of Japan’s own making. Its then militarist government turned the city into the site of military headquarters, arsenals and camps and a vital part of its war machine that killed tens of millions in other countries,” writes Xinhua in a fiery editorial.”

    • leslie says:

      Sadly, there are still those who, when they read or hear attribution to Brietbart or FoxNews will simply dismiss whatever information was presented. It doesn’t matter whether it is true or not. But show them something from NYT and it’s gospel to them.

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  20. driguana says:

    This was great. Bernie probably has no idea who DMX is and no idea what the song is about but he gets his groove one…

  21. driguana says:

    Don’t be offended.

    • CiscoKid says:

      Brilliant, scathingly brilliant.
      “He called me an idiot… Don’t worry, he’s a dick”

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  23. helenk3 says:

    just a short break

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    • taw46 says:

      I hope someone is spreading all of these videos everywhere. The more people that see them, the more people who will vote for Trump. People say we don’t know what Trump will be like as President, but we for damn sure know what it will be like if he isn’t elected.

    • driguana says:

      It is really difficult to watch some of these and realize that these are the youth of today! Pretty frightening.

  26. Dora says:

    Trump website says he will speak at the Lincoln Memorial at 2:30pm


    • DeniseVB says:

      Rumors are there will be NO PROTESTS of Trump. 😀 I’ve been trying to follow it on twitter, but so many haters over there today on #RollingThunder. Hate Trump, Hate Bikers, sad people trolling blunder.

    • Jadzia says:

      I LOOOOOOVED Chick Fil-A when I was a kid. My grandma, God rest her soul, was addicted to the mall and took us there every day during the summer and there, I would almost always eat at the Chick Fil-A. Yummy, wonderful memories.

  27. Myiq2xu™ says:

    Diane is old and she gets confused.

      • leslie says:

        And how long have I been saying this???
        Now, even my DIL is quoting me.

        • taw46 says:

          I never thought she would be “chosen”. I think Obama, Michelle, and Valerie hate her too much, really that whole obot group. All the ass kissing she does to him doesn’t change that fact. But I thought they would have someone run against her in the primaries. So now, not sure how this would all work. If they do slip someone in at convention (not necessarily Biden), how would the Sanders and Clinton voters react? Revolt, or suck it up like in 2008? They would be taking a big risk in selecting someone else.

          • taw46 says:

            That said, I still believe if he wants her indicted, she will be indicted.

          • Myiq2xu™ says:

            Yeah, but if she is indicted he’ll claim he had nothing to do with it.

          • DeniseVB says:

            If I were the DNC I’d be worried about those Bernie supporters, they’ve been training for months at the Trump rallies. 😛

          • leslie says:

            The people who I know that are reluctantly voting for HRC are Bernie supporters They will most likely support another candidate over Hillary if Bernie is not the nominee. I don’t know of any one of them who would be willing to cast a vote for Trump. Not one. But my circle of friends is limited and may not be typical of other Bernie – or Hillary – supporters.
            I, frankly, think another Democrat would pose a greater threat to Trump than the two who are currently running for the nomination.

          • taw46 says:

            Leslie, I agree another Dem would be a greater threat. There would be no time for vetting, not that the MSM does much of that anyway.

          • taw46 says:

            So Leslie, if Hillary were to be indicted before the convention, and the DNC selected someone other than Bernie as their nominee, do you think your Bernie supporter friends would be ok with that? All so very interesting, isn’t it?

          • leslie says:

            I think my Bernie supporting friends would rather vote for Biden than Clinton. I don’t know how they’d feel though. It hasn’t come up – – – yet. It might, though. heh

    • CiscoKid says:

      Yum yum.
      I see lotsa future hams, ribs for bbq, bacon for frying, saving grease for frying eggs and beans. ears and snouts smothered in bbq sauce for sandwiches, hocks for picking & smoking wasting nothing but the oink.
      Pork, the other white meat.

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  29. lyn says:

    For years, two key facts about America’s place in the world have been painfully obvious. First, without French leadership, the U.S. can’t do enough to save Europe from disaster. Second, the current administration has failed to recognize this problem.

    Now, ISIS – another problem the White House didn’t see coming – has rubbed the West’s face in the harsh reality. As Paris extended its broad state of emergency for two more months – through the Euro 2016 soccer tournament and the Tour de France – French Prime Minister Manuel Valls explained on television that his country was “without doubt the No. 1 target” for the Islamic State.

    • Jadzia says:

      Valls said that? (I’ve been working extra hours.) I guess even a stopped watch is right a couple of times a day.

      I must say it’s unclear what they mean by “state of emergency” here on the ground, though. The increased security was–as I’m sure you can imagine–INCREDIBLY tight and INCREDIBLY visible from November 13 through about Christmas. Now it’s completely back to normal. They haven’t even implemented common-sense security on the high-speed trains, which any idiot could tell them they should’ve done years ago. (You don’t even have to show your ticket, you just go to the station and hop on! Sometimes they don’t even check when you’re on the train, and I’m talking about trips that take you most of the way across the country. It’s crazy. When Bruno and I went to Rome a few months ago, there was a group of young men who freaked me out BIG TIME on the train between Paris and Turin–first-class car, 4 young men, no luggage even though it was a long trip, stationed two in the front of the car and two in back right behind us, taking pictures of power transformers and weird things that we passed on the way. No personnel showed up at any point. And this was while we were under a “state of emergency.”)

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  31. Myiq2xu™ says:

    One of my pet peeves – take an 80’s classic movie and recycle it as a PC sitcom with an all-black cast.

    Nothing is original anymore. A sitcom with an upper class black family? I bet they recycle scripts from Cosby and Fresh Prince.

  32. WMCB says:

    Biker rally getting underway.

  33. WMCB says:

    Trump’s media director rubbing it in – LOL!

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  35. WMCB says:

    Still in their arrogant little bubble.

    • CiscoKid says:

      This is exactly why Trump supporters in the remaining Republican primaries MUST still vote, in spite of Trump having the required number of delegates to win the nomination.
      Our victory must be overwhelming and crushing.
      1st, to show the Rep’ub elites we mean business, we want Trump, so no tricky s**t.
      2nd, so that the Dem’s learn THEIR lesson, no more ef’n around America’s honor and prestige.
      Don’t let me read about low voter turnout.

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  40. Myiq2xu™ says:

    I dreamed I was wearing a Hitler costume, but I’m not sure why.

  41. Dora says:

    Nothing new.

    Clinton has been burying emails since she was First Lady

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