Time for a New Thread, You Know….How I feel ?

Last one was getting heavy, keep the party going ❤

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  1. DeniseVB says:

    Not such an old fart video, eh NBD 😉

  2. foxyladi14 says:

    Thanks Denise ❤

    • Ann says:

      The “progressives” are so ridiculous it really does make you wonder what the end game is. How do they expect this to end well for them on a personal level? Do the “elites” feel that they are they so omnipotent that they, their children, their grandchildren are immune from a terrorist attack? All it takes is one second – wrong place, wrong time, and kaboom! (literally)

      Maybe it is time to turn the “think of the children” around and use it to “refute” their “arguments” for unchecked mass migration of what would in another era be termed “undesirables”?

      • driguana says:

        What I find myself wondering about most is “what do all of these people who want so much change want to change to?” I mean specifically. How do they want to organize themselves? Have a functioning society? Economy? All the boisterous clamoring and….well, nothing. I asked my 32 year old son the other day and his response was…”well, anything other than what we got now…anything other than Trump”. Trump did not get us into the moment we are in now. Lots of other people did. I wonder as I wander!!!

  3. DeniseVB says:

    Love this teacher…..

  4. CiscoKid says:

    Nice change of pace DVB.
    Here’s how I feel,
    Gorsuch appointed to Supreme Court.
    Pulled out of Paris scam.
    President Trump signs EO’s supporting and our veterans and law enforcement.
    Rebuilding and supporting our depleted military.
    And wringing tears from the left and so much sweeter, Kerry and Obozo.
    Their “legacy” of turning America into a third word shithole into President Trumps MAGA.
    When the SCOTUS decides in favor of Trumps travel ban, I may polish off a six pack or two.

  5. CiscoKid says:

    Cripes! “… instead of Trumps MAGA”…
    Last post and beer folks, see ‘ya tomorrow.

  6. DeniseVB says:

    I guess all is well in Manchester? Guess the teddy bears have been moved down to London. Too soon?

  7. DeniseVB says:

    This may be old news, I wish Megyn well, but WTF girl ?

    • votermom says:

      poor Megyn.
      Putin, like Trump, has higher standards

      • Mt.Laurel says:

        I saw some summaries last week and from the photos and snippets you could tell Putin is basically giving her the Russian version of “Bless your heart”.

        She apparently did not bother to check how she looked in that get up from every angle before she actually wore it in public or she borrowed one of MOs mirrors. It shouts “what not to wear to work anywhere but a bordello”.

  8. DeniseVB says:

    I think Back to the Future 3 has to my favorite of the series…..

  9. taw46 says:

  10. DeniseVB says:

    Update from a few threads down…..Building the Wall closes on off-Broadway because it sucked. Even NYT called it a propaganda piece even tho they loved award winning author, wrote it in a week after the election because he had severe TDS, even though he wrote Hacksaw Ridge, some backers gave him mula to produce it. Yada, yada, yada, they couldn’t sell tickets. (to compare, Hamilton is sold out for two years).


    • elliesmom says:

      I think people in the entertainment business are clueless about who their customer base is. While the left can use the courts to put people out of business, they aren’t nearly as successful as the right at boycotts and buycotts. They’ve been trying for as long as I can remember to get Rush off the air. OTOH, several movies have tanked because the stars have run afoul of the conservative base. I probably would have passed on Chik-fil-A, but once I tried their chicken in the buycott, I discovered I really like it, and after moving, it’s not far away.

  11. AFVet says:

    If you want to listen to British radio live, try this:



  12. taw46 says:

    Well, there is a gala tonight, but so far I can’t find anything about it. Twitter too busy talking about Trump’s tweets, how he wants a terrorist attack here, Melania’s years long affair. You know, just another day with the progs and the NeverTrumpers.

  13. taw46 says:


  14. DeniseVB says:

    Annnnnnnd, we have another apolgy…..

  15. Venus says:

  16. lyn says:

    Milo’s book is available to pre-order at amazon.

  17. taw46 says:

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  19. taw46 says:

    • SHV says:

      Melania looks worn out and her make up didn’t help. She has had a hard couple of weeks.

      • lyn says:

        She looks better in the photo below.

      • jenlyn says:

        When you are that beautiful you are always beautiful she also has an interview T that comes from the Peace of Mind of knowing that you’re living a quality life doing quality things and being a positive person and compared to Magilla need I say more I think the best thing we can do for malania is pray for her

      • Ann says:

        I thought Melania looked terrible (didn’t think it was possible). She looked like she was wearing an ugly bridesmaid’s dress. It was a dress from Filipino designer Monique Lhuillier‘s 2017 resort collection. “Michelle Obama was often photographed in the luxe label during her time in the White House. For the 37th annual Kennedy Center Honors in Washington in 2014, she wore a pale pink embroidered gown from Lhuillier.”


  20. Jadzia says:

    Remember the aunt and uncle who I told you about who are in London right now? They visited us a few weeks ago–they flew to London from where they live, stayed in London for a bit, then came here, and now are back in London. Anyway, we had the most interesting conversation about Brexit. This aunt is about as liberal as you can get–she worked for a famously lefty Senator for something like 15 years. Uncle is a bit more moderate–the scion of an elite Thai family, very Westernized (they met in college back in the ’70s). Anyway, while they were in London they were staying with a former student of said uncle–a well-educated Thai immigrant to the UK, married to an English guy, both of them yuppie types. And they voted for Brexit because, apparently, “enough is enough.”

    You could have knocked me over with a feather. I’m guessing those are the type of people who were lying to the pollsters.

    • mothy67 says:

      I think Manchester changed a few minds. Terrorism had gotten so common people barely blinked. The thought of children changed everything. I wonder if Griffen would have been given a pass had she beheaded Donald a few months ago. Everything changed when they hit children.

    • cynic says:

      There’s a group of knitters that meets at our local coffee shop every Tues. I remember right after the Brexit vote asking one of the ladies, who was born/raised in the UK, if she
      was happy with the outcome. She definitely was, and said that all her friends braved horrendous weather conditions to vote that day. They were ALL happy with how the vote went.

      • Jadzia says:

        I miss knitting groups!

        • cynic says:

          I miss my friends/knitters as well. They’ve been meeting for over 10 years, but it always meets on Tues. a.m. and I watch both babies that day.

          • Jadzia says:

            When I lived in Oregon, the knitting group (which okay, I only got to go to 3 times because every time I went to head out the door my husband had lots of reasons that I couldn’t go) was the only place I ever met nice people. It was so awesome.

  21. votermom says:

    • Lulu says:

      Ha! It is all so cool, the hash, poppies, slave sex, homosexual children, caftans, murder, couscous, roasted goat, dance of the seven veils, oil, shit like that. Many years ago I read a history of UK, European, and American tourism in the nineteenth century to Morocco, Syria, Turkey, Egypt etc was to drug, have aberrant abusive sex, gorge themselves, then leave. They were slumming. No consequences. And the “mystery and beauty” of the Muslim world was that any perversion could be bought and all the rest was rationalizing their own behavior.

    • taw46 says:

      And the blindfold is already back on in Manchester. More worried about “Islamaphobia” than little girls.

  22. Dora says:

    After all these years, we get the truth from Russia.


    Putin just told us who murdered JFK in his interview with Megan Kelly.


  23. Dora says:

    Quote of the Day:

    “We’ve got to ride the global warming issue. Even if the theory of global warming is wrong, we will be doing the right thing, in terms of economic policy and environmental policy. ” – Timothy Wirth quoted in Science Under Siege by Michael Fumento, 1993

    (Timothy Wirth was President Clinton’s Assistant Secretary of State for Global Affairs and one of the promoters of the theory of global warming).

  24. mothy67 says:

    I read soros and company plan on making the summer hell. Does anyone know what happened to the rioters from inauguration. Last I heard they were indicted.

  25. helenk3 says:

    does anyone else think of this when backtrack and hillary start spouting off and just won’t go away

  26. taw46 says:

  27. FreedomFairy01 says:

    Orlando…workplace violence?

  28. lyn says:

    How did the March for Truth go? Did a lot of Soros, Obama and Hillary zombies attend?

  29. taw46 says:

  30. Dora says:

    Time for a music break. 🙂

  31. foxyladi14 says:

    She won’t recuse herself!! 🙄

  32. Dora says:

    Interesting since Qatar is in the news today.


    Clinton’s charity confirms Qatar’s $1 million gift while she was at State Dept
    By Jonathan Allen | NEW YORK

    The Clinton Foundation has confirmed it accepted a $1 million gift from Qatar while Hillary Clinton was U.S. secretary of state without informing the State Department, even though she had promised to let the agency review new or significantly increased support from foreign governments


  33. taw46 says:

  34. helenk3 says:

    I would love to hear your husband’s opinion on trump’s plans for air traffic control. After trump’s speech about privatizing it.


    • Somebody says:

      I missed the speech and I know hubby did because he is at work. Hopefully we can catch it later.

      We’ve read about these plans to privatize, supposedly NATCA supports this plan. Now ask yourself why the union would support it……because the controllers supposedly will have the right to strike. That is and should be a non-starter for any thinking person.

      Hubby has always been against privatizing. I guess he can reserve judgment until after he hears what POTUS said, but I don’t think it will change his mind. Our air traffic system is part of our national security apparatus, why anyone thinks privatizing that is a good idea is beyond me. Privatizing smaller airports, sure, but a lot of that has already happened. The large enroute facilities and central flow outside of DC at a minimum should be retained under federal control either fully or a quasi government agencies. I personally think it should also include some of the larger tracons, but I could see a case to privatize those I suppose.

      I assume the push behind privatizing is to speed up the modernization. The graft in those contracts is unreal……NASA developed some, but not all of the programs that are the backbone of the system. Somehow, some way contractors end up in total control of these programs and charge the FAA for them. Then they charge outrageous amounts for any changes, some of the changes the contractors make……but some of them end up back at NASA. Sheesh, cut out the myriad of middle men why don’t you. Those contracts are so big some of them go 5 or 6 layers deep. What I mean by that is the actual contract is with ABC company, but ABC does no work they subcontract it out to DEF, maybe DEF does a little bit, but mostly they contract out to GHI, JKL, MNO companies who do a lot of work but parts they contract out PQR and STU. They do a lot of work but also contract out parts to VWX and YZ companies. Mind you they’re all making money hand over fist, those at the top of the food chain are making big bucks for very little actual work. (This is a simplified version is more complicated in actuality)

      There is a lot more to it than that, but you kind of get the gist. Hubby is better at explaining it than I am. This modernization has been dragging on for decades. It spanned almost his entire career and it’s still in progress. It’s ridiculous, the process is so cumbersome that a lot of the technology is outdated by the time it makes it into a facility. Anything that would speed up the process is a winner, but at what cost??? I’m not sure privatization is the correct course and it may be to high of a price.

      None of this gets into the intricacies of the system and how privatizing it would impact users, specifically general aviation.

      • helenk3 says:

        thank you. I know there have been issues since Regan was in office. From what I understand from some traffic controllers at the time, that strike was not about money but about the unsafe equipment. Even after the firing the new people had the same problems

  35. taw46 says:

    You know, Obama’s buddies. The Muslim Brotherhood.

  36. taw46 says:

    Sharia Law, can’t say anything against Islam. Also Stasi, who go in and arrest you.

    • Jadzia says:

      I have an expat friend who lives in Germany and was otherwise one of my only sensible friends (politically speaking) on FB. But OMG, just MENTION Islamic terrorism or maybe it would be nice to have some security on the trains(*) and he would flip his shit.

      (*)This is a huge issue for me. Did you know that unless you are taking the Eurostar to the UK, there is NO security on the long-haul high-speed trains here? I was shocked to discover this when we moved here. (Seriously, sometimes you don’t even have your ticket checked. I have taken four non-Eurostar train trips in the last week, and did not have my tickets checked once.) My husband dragged me downstairs to see the news last week because they finally, FINALLY installed ticket-checking barriers at the Montparnasse station (a big TGV station) in Paris. That’s not actually the same thing as “security,” but better than nothing, right? Except 2 days later I was actually at Paris Montparnasse, and discovered that the powers that be had only turned those barriers on for the TV news. Otherwise, they are inactivated and simply left open, so once again, anybody can just waltz onto the trains. HULK SMASH.

    • CiscoKid says:

      Well researched, very well written.
      Today’s must read

    • cynic says:

      The following article is ‘very telling’ about who Obama was. It’s so funny that these books/articles get printed after his presidency. I went to your link (thank you), read it, and remembered that I had torn this article from our newspaper, and wanted to share it with you guys. What’s funny, is that the author, Rich Miller, doesn’t even know that he is revealing a few of Obama’s nasty little secrets. He’s all apologetic for telling ‘the future President of the United States to not be so darned ambitious.”

      “On a fairly regular basis back in the day, state Sen. Barack Obama would walk up to the Senate press box and bum cigarettes off me.”
      “Obama was mainly an OPC smoker, meaning “other peoples’ cigarettes.” I’d usually give him a little grief about how maybe he should buy his own pack once in a while, but I never denied his request unless I was almost out.”
      “Honestly, I didn’t much care for the guy in those days. He hadn’t yet done a lot of real work, or built strong relationships with fellow legislators by then, particularly with members of the Senate Black Caucus.”
      “I was interviewed by the Chicago Reader newspaper during that campaign. I told the reporter that Sen. Obama was “a very intelligent man” who has “some really good ideas,” and would “probably make a pretty good congressman.” But I also pointed out that he hadn’t had a lot of success in Springfield and speculated that it could be “because he places himself above everybody. He likes people to know he went to Harvard.”
      “Obama then stunned me by asking a question that I never in a million years would’ve anticipated: What would I think of him running for U.S. Senate in 2004?

      His question seemed so . . . presumptuous. Rush had just cleaned his clock by a 30-point margin, I reminded Obama. If he ran for statewide office and lost, he’d be finished, washed up, out of the game for good. “There is still some honor to serving in the Illinois Senate,” I gently scolded him.

      But Obama said he was getting heat from the home front. His Springfield duties were preventing him from making a decent living as an attorney, so he either had to move up to a much higher office or get out of politics and go make some real money.”

      I don’t know about anyone else, but when you read those two articles, and having witnessed his Presidency, we ‘should have seen it coming’. I sure in the heck did!

  37. helenk3 says:


    This picture hit me. Because we are surrounded by oceans, too many people do not want to be aware of the danger facing us today. Those who do not want vetting on incomers, those who blame the cop instead of the criminal, those who think laws are for other people not them.
    Those who think bringing down the government will help not hurt this country.

  38. Jadzia says:

    Feel-good story of the day, which I sent to my ballet-dancing son. After I got done giggling about the hero’s name (myiq, at least, will know what I’m talking about here):


  39. Anthony says:

    omg… lmao

  40. taw46 says:

    Here. In Dearborn. Why do we let him stay? Congress needs to grow a pair and pass some laws to get rid of these treasonous, hate-filled clerics. But, I guess you would have to care about your citizens in order to do that.

    “Meanwhile a friend of one of the attackers claimed that the terrorist had been influenced by the Islamic teachings of Sheikh Ahmad Musa Jibril: a Palestinian Muslim cleric in Dearborn who is popular with Al Qaeda and ISIS Jihadists. He has a degree in Sharia law from the Islamic University in Saudi Arabia.

    Jibril was inspired by Salman Al-Awdah, a Saudi sheikh associated with the monarchy. Also inspired by Al-Awdah was a devout Muslim by the name of Osama bin Laden. Jibril’s site urged Muslims that their “heart must contain nothing but HATE to all kafers [non-Muslims]… Not just plain hate it must be the peak of hate”. And “Give them a knife and a bulletful of gun.”


    • taw46 says:

      One of the comments:

      We are up to our necks in denial. Daniel said it best last week, ” Islamic terrorism isn’t a perversion of Islam. It’s the implementation of Islam.”

    • nerdle says:

      A degree in Sharia law? A degree more useless than my BFA in Fashion Design.

  41. Dora says:


  42. taw46 says:

  43. Dora says:

    June 5 marks 13th anniversary of death of 40th president, Ronald Reagan

    WASHINGTON D.C. ­ It’s been 13 years since former president Ronald Reagan passed away.


  44. 1539days says:

    This is still the first hit when you type “London Bridge” in YouTube.

  45. taw46 says:

    • mcnorman says:

      Her name is Reality, can you beat that? Reality is only 25 years old. She will be doing time. Her FB is a real winner too. Somehow, I don’t think contractors fear consequences for not vetting their people any longer.

      • taw46 says:

        Read the article below. What happens to people like this? She is a former US Air Force linguist who speaks Pashto, Farsi & Dari. She threw it all away.

      • mcnorman says:

        Interesting information on Reality’s 2 bedroom house…Reality Leigh Winner’s 2 BR house valued at $39,578 sold for $310,000 on March 2014. Seems like Reality has been very busy.

      • votermom says:

        I saw a comment that her parents named her Sara, she changed her name to Reality.

      • Somebody says:

        No McNorman contractors don’t vet their people well. That really, really concerns me with privatizing air traffic control. I remember back when W first came into office and he was hot to trot to privatize ATC. One of the biggest selling points was faster vetting and security.

        I envision in short order radar scopes manned by newly arrived H1B visa holders Jihad Johnny and Jihad Jack. WTF good does it do to get felt up by the TSA if the person behind the radar scope puts your plane on a collision course with another plane?

    • taw46 says:

      • DandyTIger says:

        I figure the Guardian and most of the MSM will treat her as a hero whistle blower. Will be interesting to see if she gets off after doing this. Sadly it wouldn’t shock me.

        • taw46 says:

          The progs already are treating her like a hero, since The Intercept published the documents today. That’s who she leaked to.

  46. helenk3 says:


    AHHH they are enforcing the law and the judge doesn’t like it.

    1–2–3–lets all sing My Heart Cries for You——NOT

  47. votermom says:

    Her tattoos make me go hmmmm

  48. lyn says:

  49. Venus says:

    Smartest POTUS EVAH didn’t outwit Trump — even NYT admits it:

  50. DandyTIger says:


  51. DandyTIger says:

    Tweet of the week, and it’s only the beginning of the week:

  52. helenk3 says:

    Random thought

    did trump’s speech in the ME about stopping terrorism in their own world, have anything to do with 6 different ME countries breaking off relations with Quatar?

    nobody has talked about the connection, and I was wondering about it.

    • votermom says:

      I’m sure it had to do with that conference that Trump was at when he gave the speech, so basically, yes

    • Venus says:

      yes 100% connected. MSM is ignoring it because it is such a huge win — Quatar is aligned with Iran. Isolating Iran from rest of ME is exactly what Trump asked the 50 Muslim countries he spoke with to do.

  53. Dora says:

    I’ve never heard of this man. It will be interesting to see how far he goes in his political career. 🙂


    Congressman calls for Christian holy war on Islamic radicals: ‘Kill them all’

    A U.S. congressman from Louisiana posted Sunday on Facebook that “all of Christendom” is at war with “Islamic horror” and all “radicalized Islamic suspects” should be hunted and killed.


  54. Dora says:

    Well, this is interesting. It looks like the Never Trumpers are back together and searching for a candidate to support in the next election. Are they going to get behind Joe? Yikes!


    Former Dem Vice President Biden to headline Romney summit

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Just days after launching a new political action committee, former Democratic Vice President Joe Biden will join Republican officials and donors at a weekend retreat hosted by former GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney.


    • CiscoKid says:

      Republican “Officials”🐀🐀🐀🐀🐀🐀🐀🐀🐀🐀🐀🐀🐀
      Thanks for posting Dora.
      The RNC just lost a contributor.

  55. Dora says:

    Meet the Mayor.

  56. Venus says:

    I love these stories. Get the popcorn out and watch this shit storm unfold.

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