Enough With The 6-pt Star Crap

Chicago’s City Flag, anyone?

…and a little trump 😉

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70 Responses to Enough With The 6-pt Star Crap

  1. DeniseVB says:

    Open Thread, of course. Unless you’re a Crip ?

    • CiscoKid says:

      I’m a little rusty on my Chicago gang trivia, but here goes.
      O one time leader of the gangster disciples was a fellow named DAVID…his last name escapes me, either way he was killed and as a memorial to him the gang adopted the Jewish Star of DAVID into their gang identifiers.

    • swanspirit says:

      I didn’t know they were Jewish!

  2. DeniseVB says:

    Unless you’re missing a “point” Blood ?

  3. DeniseVB says:

    How about some Lady Gaga Sound of Music then? Can you tell I need a break? 😛

  4. 1539days says:

    Maybe Trump should stop trolling Stormfront for his memes.

    • DeniseVB says:

      I saw the same https://twitter.com/KeithOlbermann thing today. He’s such a loser 😉

    • Venus says:

      You mean MS paint pro is an arm of stormfront.

      We KNOW Hillary is anti-Semitic who will sell out Israel for an Iranian “donation” but you want to pretend the guy who insisted that blacks and Jews be allowed to join his golf clubs back in the 80s and 90s when other clubs didn’t allow it is the racist.

      No wonder you’ve been wrong this elite election season — you’re dumber than a bag of hair.

      • DeniseVB says:

        I’m so on the 2016 Team “If you have to choose the lessor of two evils, pick the one you haven’t tried before” h/t Mae West 😉

      • Jadzia says:

        Angie, this is totally off-topic, but you’re the only Greek person I know! So I am hoping you will indulge a few questions about Greece. My 2 middle boys (ages 9 and 10) became mythology freaks after reading all the Percy Jackson books (and studying the real thing at school) and so it’s been on the list for a while. We only spend every OTHER Christmas with the family here (because usually you alternate between the husband and the wife’s family, and I don’t have family here), and Christmas 2016 is an “off” year. Is Christmas/New Year’s a good time to visit Greece? Are the people generally friendly to kids (I would be traveling with 4 of them), would the kids have an opportunity to learn about Greek Christmas traditions? Are archaeological sites and museums generally open during the last half of December?

        THANK YOU in advance!

        • Myiq2xu™ says:

          I have never been to Greece but I’m guessing that the situation is a lot like Mexico – their economy is heavily dependent on tourist $$$ so if you travel/stay in tourist areas you will be warmly received and mostly safe. If you go off the beaten track things are a little more iffy. Their economy is bad and that always means higher crime.

          OTOH – I have never heard about narco-terrorists controlling whole regions of Greece.

        • Venus says:

          I love the Percy Jackson books — what a clever way to “modernize” the mythology!
          Greece is cold in the winter — so no beaches, and the islands are not “hopping” like they are in the summer. So, while it would be good to see if you are really only interested in the ruins, you do miss what I think is the real beauty of Greece (i.e., the beaches, swimming in the clear water, etc).
          The people in Greece are very warm & friendly at all times. I’m sure you would have no trouble. There are a lot of refugees now — especially in places like the “flea market” (the tourist shop area in Plaka, near the Acropolis) but much less than before now that the Greek government has stopped giving them bennies and the Greek people have stopped feeding them — funnily enough, without those things, the “refugees” got back on their boats to go back to Turkey.
          As far as Christmas — it isn’t as big a deal in Greece as it is other places. Easter is the big celebration in Greece.

          • taw46 says:

            I agree completely with Angie! One of my trips was in March and it was freezing! You want to go in warm weather to enjoy the islands and that beautiful light. People were extremely warm and friendly everywhere we went, even small mountain villages. And they love children. On one trip, I took my niece who was about 12 yrs old. She had a great time.

          • Jadzia says:

            Thanks! There may be inter-family controversy about the weather issue–I’m the Snow Queen, all the other members of the family are normal and actually enjoy things like beaches and sunshine. : )

            My boys are pretty Percy Jackson obsessed. The author (Rick Riordan, I think?) has also written a similar series about the Roman gods (the camp is on the West Coast) and I think there is a series coming out about the Egyptian gods.

  5. helenk3 says:

    I love the seekers music

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  7. elliesmom says:

    We had a very busy weekend. House guests, friends and family dropping by. Kids and dog swimming in the lake. The grill going constantly. Three nights of fireworks. A town parade and a fair. Except for a few floats in the parade, no politics all weekend. The local churches offered their parking lots for the town events free of charge, and for all events the one closest was reserved for old folks and families with young children. No one had to police it. People just respected the request from the churches to do it. Little kids ran around under the watchful eyes of all of the adults. People gave up chairs for old folks with walkers. This is the America I remember as a child, and underneath all that’s happening today, it’s still here. Scum might have risen to the top, but it hasn’t polluted what’s underneath.

  8. helenk3 says:

    this says a lot

  9. CiscoKid says:

    So I’m going to watch Trump speak in Raliegh,NC on rsbntv.
    Just checked the site and now am completely convinced that the media is using every dirty trick it can.
    I’ve watched just about all of Trumps rallies and in the beginning the camera(s) would be set at along shot with the room brightly lighted. You would be able to see the size of the crowd and people waiving signs supporting Trump.
    Today the room is in complete darkness with the podium barely lighted.
    By adjusting the lens of the camera light and darkness can be adjusted.
    Meda as corrupt as Crooked Hillary and Obama.

    • leslie says:

      Yup. Completely corrupt MSM. I want him to unload based on today’s happenings.

      • CiscoKid says:

        I went back and looked at earlier Trump rallies archived at rsbntv, and bingo, its all there to see.

    • 49erDweet says:

      The feebs never have to be logical. They must be political. Big diff. Except in their minds.
      Government. Cursed with ’em. Cursed by ’em. Cursed without ’em.

  10. Venus says:

    Anyone who isn’t voting for Trump is voting for Hillary and OK’ing the USA as a 3rd world shit hole where the rules don’t apply to the “elite.”
    Yes, everyone owns their vote, but this is a blatant FUCK YOU by the “elites” to us peons. I don’t care what personal bullshit reason you have to rationalize why you aren’t voting for Trump or that you arent voting for either Trump or Hillary, blah, blah, blah. I have no respect for you if you don’t tell the “elites” NO FUCK YOU by voting for Trump.

    • CiscoKid says:

      Having Crooked Hillary on AF1 after the announcement that no charges would be placed is their middle finger to America and us peons.
      They didn’t wait a day or two, you know, just to let this travesty to cool down.
      Nope, right in our faces.

  11. lyn says:

    My sweet mom died today. My world will never be the same. My sister and I held her and told her we loved her over and over again. She had one eye opened. I hope she saw us.

    • votermom says:

      Oh lyn, you have all my sympathies and hugs. We are all here for you.

    • helenk3 says:

      I am so sorry for your loss. I know words do not mean much and do not ease the pain, but that and prayers are all I have to offer

    • DandyTIger says:

      So sorry to hear. {{lyn}}

    • mcnorman says:

      My sympathies. Losing a beloved parent is beyond words. I know, I’ve been there. The heart breaks.

    • elliesmom says:

      I believe no one is ever truly gone until there’s no one left to remember them. Your mom is still very much here just in a different place in your heart. She’ll never leave as long as you have your memories. You know you loved her, and you know she knew it and loved you right back. While today there’s a giant hurt, in time that will be a source of comfort. Take your time getting to that place. It’s worth the wait.

    • Somebody says:

      (((Lyn))) I’m so sorry for your loss. I’m sure your mom heard you and that your words brought her comfort in her final hours.

    • Venus says:

      Oh lyn, I’m so sorry. No matter how old you are, losing your mother is devastating & nothing anyone can say can help. Just remember, life isn’t forever. Love is.

    • leslie says:

      I know the sadness of losing your mother and I am sad along with you. You said once, “Mommies should live forever.” And they do. They live in our hearts and in our memories. You will find her there. Stay close to those you love so you can give and receive the strength you need. I am here for you. 💜

    • taw46 says:

      Lyn, I am so sorry. Much love to you and your sister. I lost my mother six years ago, and it is a sad time. My sister and I were strong for each other, and I am sure it will be the same for you and your sister. You were good daughters to her. Bless you.

    • Myiq2xu™ says:

      I am truly sorry for your loss.

    • swanspirit says:

      HUGS Lyn, your mom will live in your heart. Sending comfort,

    • Constance says:

      I’m sorry for your loss and glad that you could be there with your mother. Someday thinking of her will bring you joy again and the sadness won’t be so severe.

    • DeniseVB says:

      So sorry for your loss lyn. (((hugs))) and heart healing love sent your way.

    • lildoggy4u says:

      O Lyn, my hear breaks for you and your family. Yes, your mom will live on through you. Take your best memories of her and live your life as you know she would want you to. After awhile, you’ll notice all the traits of your mom that you carry on without realizing it.
      Take comfort. Of course she knew you were there with her.

    • Mt.Laurel says:

      So sorry Lyn. It is always hard to lose someone so central to the heart of the family.

  12. elliesmom says:

    I have a serious question. Did anyone here really expect Hillary Clinton to be indicted? I’ve always believed she would skate. The question for me has been and still is, where is the tipping point for the American people? How corrupt do you need to be, and how rigged in your favor does the system have to be before the American people refuse to elect you? Obama set the bar pretty low. Can Hillary set it even lower and still get elected? For me, it’s not how rigged the justice system is. It’s whether everyday Americans are OK with it.

    • Venus says:

      I thought she’d skate — and I KNEW she would after the Lynch/Bill tarmac meet up.

      I think people are shocked that Comey — who was said to be so impartial, a stand up guy, blah, blah, blah — got up there, listed all the ways Hillary blatantly broke the law (and repudiated her entire story about not sending anything “marked” classified, etc) — and then said “no reasonable prosecutor” would bring charges, but that other doing the same would be sanctioned.

      It was such a blatant disregard for the rule of law that it was like a slap in the face — “rules are for the little people” and “some animals are more equal than others” shocking.

      You are right — as Hillaryis44 wrote today — Hillary became OJ today — she got off, but this is now in the court of public opinion.

      • Constance says:

        It was a blatant disregard for the rule of law, but it was also a blatant disregard for the way the elite are usually treated. He stood up there and gave Trump a mother-lode of campaign ads. Comey listed out all the ways Hillary was careless he didn’t just sweep it under the rug as was expected. He basically convicted her without benefit of trial.
        And Trump isn’t a dumb pansy ass like Romney. He will talk about this until hell freezes over.

    • jeffhas says:

      i think we all figured she would skate, but that somehow, some way they would make it seem like she actually did no wrong… Comey explaining all that was ‘carelessly, recklessly) done just begged the question, “if this is so egregious, why let her skate?”

      It’s like the Obamacare ruling – it’s a tax, which means we were all lied to – so they make it the law of the land… If the law was built on a lie, why let it stand?

      All it takes for Liberty to die is for a few good men to look the other way.

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