Fake News Nothingburger Wednesday


There is a weed shortage in Nevada.

Marijuana Shortage in Nevada Prompts State Officials to Declare Emergency

Nevada officials have declared a statement of emergency over marijuana: There’s not enough of it.

Since recreational pot became legal two weeks ago, retail dispensaries have struggled to keep their shelves stocked and say they will soon run out if nothing is done to fix a broken supply chain.

“We didn’t know the demand would be this intense,” Al Fasano, cofounder of Las Vegas ReLeaf, said Tuesday. “All of a sudden you have like a thousand people at the door.…We have to tell people we’re limited in our products.”

In declaring a statement of emergency late last week, the state Department of Taxation warned that “this nascent industry could grind to a halt.”


A friend with weed is a friend indeed.


Barry Choom

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200 Responses to Fake News Nothingburger Wednesday

  1. I feel like I’m having a bad acid flashback, which is weird because I’ve never taken acid.

    • Lulu says:

      So fucking what? Even the Rooskies knew he had something goin’ on and might win the election. Only the dumb-asses in the media and permanent government didn’t.

      • DeniseVB says:

        Has the media forgotten Obama sending his campaign team to Israel to defeat Bibi in his last election. Or the video he made for France in support of Macron? I’m not sure what the “rules” are anymore.

        • Lulu says:

          There is no “thought” any more from these idiots. Like one cell organisms they just react. They are not smart enough for quick thinking that is logical or makes any sense. It is sort of like dropping salt on slugs.

        • taw46 says:

          Or telling UK if they voted for Brexit, they would go to the back of the line for trade deals.

          • lateblum says:

            That “go to the back of the line” one is my personal favorite. (I mention it every chance I get because it was so verrrry public. And because almost everyone I know saw it.) Because he had to walk that one back almost immediately. And he looked like the royal asshole he is while both threatening them and then taking it back.

        • CiscoKid says:

          Cisco’s rule, and there’s only one,
          “There are NO rules”

  2. One of the best things about BBT is it is apolitical.

    • “With big bows on her sleeve. I mean, I don’t mean to sound sexist — it can be dangerous to comment on what women wear — but the fact that she sat in for her father in a dress that was so incredibly ornamental was such a contradiction in terms. And I think that what we see is that in patriarchal, authoritarian societies, daughters have great value — they are property. And the message that she is sending about her own value, about her place in the White House, and about the place of women in this administration, I think, are really frightening.

      …That’s not a dress that’s made for work. That’s not a dress that’s made to go out in the world and make a difference. That is a dress that is designed to show off your girliness, and, you know, God bless her, show it off, but don’t then tell us that you’re crusading for an equal place for women at the table because you’re not.

      …You can be a feminist and be girlie. We all have our girlie days, but I think showing up, taking your father’s seat in a pink dress with big bows on the sleeves is really an interesting message.”

      #feminism

    • Joanie is just jealous. Feminism is for ugly chicks.

      • DeniseVB says:

        They can’t help it, liberal women aren’t noted fashionistas. Who can forget Sarah Palin rocking those red stilettos with her power suits ? She had to be destroyed, right?

  3. I got a partial plate last year. When I take it out of my mouth I put it in a bowl of water on my desk. When I woke up today I went to put my teeth in and I saw that there was hardly any water in the bowl. Then I saw that the cats’ water bowl was empty.

    I guess they got thirsty.

  4. DeniseVB says:

    Is this true? L.A. won the 2024 Olympics? If so, I’m getting my news from “Spicier” now 😀 Also, this thread…..actual L.A. residents aren’t happy it seems…..

  5. mothy67 says:

    Herman Cain(verified) followed me. How did that happen?

  6. helenk3 says:

    my reaction to dems on tv now

  7. mothy67 says:

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  10. AFVet says:

    Yes !

  11. DeniseVB says:

    Bo Dietl for NYC Mayor !

    • I have a simple solution to the NYC rat problem. Offer a $1 bounty for every rat body.

      Crowdsource that shit.

      • DeniseVB says:

        These guys do it for free 😉

        • Venus says:

          City folk getting a taste of the ‘thrill of the hunt’ That’s why people who live in cities who cry about ‘shooting bambi’ or the ‘cruelty of a fox hunt’ piss me off. Hunting is part of human nature — too many people in this country are out of touch with that fact, hence the huge # of snowflake pajama boys today, which may very well lead to the downfall of our civilization.

        • Venus says:

          PS — Mike Rowe shouldn’t be so shocked that terriers are being used. Terriers have always been used to hunt ‘burrowing’ type animals. There is even a breed of terrier called a ‘rat terrier.’ We had one and it killed every rat and squirrel that came in my parents’ yard (they live near a lake so the occasional rat would wander in to the yard, the poor bastards –should have stayed on the other side of the fence).

          • DeniseVB says:

            Weiner dogs are ruthless too, after all dachshund translates to (honey) badger hound 😀

          • swanspirit says:

            Exactly! It is what those breeds, terriers, of dogs were originally bred for. Amazed that people don’t know this stuff. Don’t they watch the Kennel Club dog shows? 🐕🐶🐩 😎

      • 1539days says:

        Then wait for the plague outbreak.

    • mothy67 says:

      I think I read something where they screwed up getting most of the feral cats.

  12. taw46 says:

    Off to Paris!

  13. mothy67 says:

  14. CiscoKid says:

    If you read this article, be prepared and have some tissues nearby.
    http://www.cwbchicago.com/2017/07/woman-who-tossed-her-newborn-baby-from.html
    Embrace the diversity.

    • mothy67 says:

      Read that yesterday. Tragic.
      There have been countless cases throughout EU were rape charges were dismissed because of culture. Same time a 16 year old had consensual sex with I think a 23/24 year old. He got 9 years. But raping a 5 year old boy because immigrant needed sex was to be understood. WTF?
      I am starting to think something very evil is at play. Selling baby parts. Post birth abortions. 600 genders. Thug robs a strore, goes after cops gun charges the cop. Gets to be dead. Cop is evil, scum is hero. Family gets a reward.
      Maybe it is the Apocalypse.

    • Lulu says:

      It is starting to make a little more sense now. The freak-out had a cause! Who tipped her off?

      • mothy67 says:

        What single right has been curtailed or denied?

        • Lulu says:

          That is the standard go to blah, blah. Watch her in this video. She is barely holding it together. She is caught! We just didn’t know what at the time. She was rigging up a FISA warrant on Trump.

          • blowme0bama says:

            Her actions reveal the mindset of a low level state bureaucrat. Put in a position of authority then proceed to cut favors for your friends, harass those you don’t like.

          • Somebody says:

            From your description blowme, Lynch should be President of an HOA!

  15. mothy67 says:

    Love this

  16. Jadzia says:

    I have been giving the issue of pot more thought lately. I grew up in a cloud of pot smoke (some have described it as a “drug house”) and so I’m a lot less enthusiastic about it than most. Okay, I hate it. The thought of becoming anything like the adults I grew up around is horrifying and brings tears to my eyes.

    But now France is poised to outlaw the ONLY OTC medication left that relieves my 5 day a month migraines and back pain that has become so bad that, well, I am in pain all the time, standing sitting lying down or walking. And during the migraines, I’m non-functional without pain medication–meaning that this law is effectively going to deprive me of about 25% of my monthly income because I’ll be weeping in a dark room instead of working.

    A study came out about two months ago from the UK finding that paracetamol (i.e., Tylenol) is LESS EFFECTIVE THAN ALCOHOL for pain relief. So now I am mulling over whether to switch to whisky or pot, neither of which I have ever, ever wanted in my life. But my quality of life is deteriorating fast. Probably I’ll try whisky first, given that (in the words of Forbes) France has “the most repressive laws on the Continent” when it comes to cannabis. Interestingly, the conservative parties want to either decriminalize or legalize (depending on who you’re talking to)–it’s the Socialists who want to keep it completely illegal. Which is weird given that the Socialists have so much of the youth vote.

    So I guess it’s whisky first (yuck) before becoming a criminal. Why the hell do we have a fucking pharmaceutical industry if every effective medication is taken away? This change in the law was because ONE idiot kid was taking it for fun and OD’d. I’d like to get my hands on that teenager and kill him again. Of course, this might be sleep deprivation talking–I have insomnia and last month, with no warning at all, the medication I took for that was restricted so severely that I can no longer get that, either. Plus there is the added fun of the shame and humiliation of feeling like some kind of low-life drug addict, or at least feeling like I am seen that way.

    • Lulu says:

      Migraines are awful. I had them from my teenage years until I had heart surgery and then they just went away. When I mentioned this to my research manager with the heart study I am part of they launched a mini-study of migraines and heart stuff. While I only had a migraine once every two months or so, the ones I had were so bad that I would lose my vision (extreme tunnel vision) and throw up for hours. They also occurred usually just before the onset of my menses. If I got one at work I had to be picked up and driven home or if out with my children I had to have someone come and drive us home because my vision would go. My migraines were directly related to my bad and deteriorating aortic valve which was embryologic, very rare, but most common in my specific ancestry. Other extended family members also had migraines based on other anomalies that were found while trying to treat other health issues.

      Migraines have a cause and the symptoms are what are treated rather than what is causing them. Pain killers didn’t work with me. They simply put me to sleep and then I would wake up and throw up. The only thing that ever mitigated the onset was a cup of coffee (shot of caffeine) and a mild aspirin type product like Bufferin. Aspirin is a blood thinner which of course I didn’t know at the time, I just knew it worked somewhat.

      I hope you find what is causing these headaches. Not only are they disabling and painful but they are dangerous. To you and your children.

      • mothy67 says:

        My post below I also wrote of going blind. I was immobilized for days. Could you smell it coming on? It was a warning signal get somewhere dark and quiet. Mine stopped soon after I turned 16 so I assume it was hormonal.

        • Lulu says:

          Nope. I would get fuzzy vision on the edges and tiny headache that would grow much worse. And I would feel tired which was “normal” for me. Mine also had a hormonal element I think and my blood pressure would drop. Cousins (and a great uncle) had horrible migraines and they all had circulatory abnormalities and endocrine issues. One cousin’s migraines stopped when she started taking a slightly too high (not recommended which they always want to prescribe too little) dose of Synthroid (and she lost weight). It is funny that we all look the most alike with a very strong family “look”. Of course we are very good looking. LOL.

      • Jadzia says:

        That is really fascinating. I have never heard of a link between migraines and heart issues. I’m glad that yours have gone away!

        Mine are anomalous in that they did NOT start in adolescence or young adulthood: they started when I was 35 years old, the day I brought my second child home from the hospital. I had never had a problem with any kind of headache before, but within about a half an hour I had to have all the curtains drawn AND sunglasses on and the pain was unbelievable. I assumed that it was a side effect from the epidural, but my doctor told me no, that epidural headaches come on basically right away, not three days after birth. After that, I started to get them every month with my period (which, and sorry for the TMI, was NEVER EVER regular until I had that kid–regular periods and migraines started at the same time). My doc said they were hormonal, gave me Imitrex and Vicodin for the breakthrough pain, and told me to hang in there until menopause (which is still at least a decade away).

        The Imitrex/Vicodin combination worked very well. I don’t have addiction issues with opiates–they actually make me hyper and unable to sleep, so there is no recreational component to them for me. But by the time I left the States, my new doctor (we moved) cut me off (from my 1 Rx per month, taken only during the headaches) and said tough luck if the Imitrex didn’t work–I guess part of the wider crackdown on these types of medications.

        I have been prescribed a wide variety of nonsense here in France, including, I kid you not, sniffing mint oil, which was just about as helpful as it sounds. So for the last 5 years I’ve been relying on an OTC med that is the same thing as Tylenol III but that is about to become unavailable without jumping through lots of expensive and humiliating hoops that I’m pretty sure will involve being prescribed the many, many medications that have not worked in the past and then the doctor saying oh well. I’ve basically stopped going to the doctor anyway because I feel like I am the world’s biggest bother to her.

        • Lulu says:

          Have you tried blood thinners like aspirin? Very mild not prescription strength or anything which is a whole new set of drug side effects. Our endocrine system is fluid and changes throughout the month (hormones or diet or stress) and of course the circulatory system which in turn sends blood to the brain and can cause weird vision (me and mothy) and the horrible headaches (diabetes which is endocrine messes up circulation as example). Blood vessels in the head can be tiny and changes in the viscosity (endocrine and hormones) of blood, how our heart pumps, etc can cause problems. I am not even remotely qualified to talk about stuff like this and I have simply had many odd health issues (several very serious) , am in a (Texas Heart Institute likes my DNA) health study, and they love me because I am such a good “historian” of weird symptoms (also not a hypochondriac) . I do not want you suffering if there is any physical or medical explanation for what is going on with you. It could be something fairly simple and treatable and it could be “accidentally” found.

        • lateblum says:

          Jadzia, I am so sorry. When I was in h.s., my headaches were nearly daily. I would come home from school and wear sunglasses throughout the evening and into the night. My father would yell at me every time I had sunglasses on in the house. He never had headaches – he just caused them. My mother had a history of “sick headaches”, she called them. They were quite disabling. She used to take codeine for them. Throughout the years, I saw many doc’s for the headaches. One of them said to me, “they’re from stress. You just have to live with it”. He then told me to come back when I was “really sick”. Obviously, I never went back to him.
          My migraines stopped during my third of four pregnancies. It was a horrid day, and it was, I believe, the day that pregnancy really ended. (I won’t give details, but they are vivid in my memory.)
          I have been having headaches again – daily. They aren’t as severe as those in my earlier years, but they nauseate me and once, a week ago, I was so dizzy that I could not walk from one room to another – the entire morning. I saw my doc on Monday. She attributes it to “stress”. I wonder if my old MD was her father. My bp is elevated and she wants me to monitor it and return next week. She recommended taking one adult dose aspirin when the pain begins. I had already been doing that. It helped. I just didn’t want to take the aspirin and then miss the cause of the headaches. FTR: I don’t like taking meds of any kind – ever. But if they save what is left of my life, I’ll do it.
          So now I am back to taking one aspirin daily after years of avoiding taking aspirin. But it helps. So, I’ll follow my doc’s directions and hope that these headaches are simply a matter of stress and not a symptom of greater issues, such as mentioned by Lulu.
          Again, try a single adult dose aspirin at the very onset of the headache. I hope it helps.

          • Jadzia says:

            I’m going to try that. I hope yours improve. I must admit I am not a big fan of how some docs minimize women’s pain.

        • mothy67 says:

          There’s always botox but that creeps me out.

          • Jadzia says:

            I’m trying Botox next month, I just made the appt today. It’s expensive, though.

          • mothy67 says:

            Prayers that you find something. I hadn’t thought about it in years. It’s an awful thing to do with and kids and work and people that talk funny. Oy!

      • taw46 says:

        So sorry, Jadzia. How insane is that, to deprive people of migraine medication. I had migraines when I was in my 20’s, maybe one in my 40’s. Pain was unbearable. And mine usually were gone after 24 hrs or less. The last one I had, I went to emergency room, they gave me a shot of drugs, and it was gone like magic.

        My thoughts are with you, I did not have children to take care of like you do. Have you talked with a doctor, maybe something else that could be prescribed?

        • taw46 says:

          Forget the prescription part, just read your experience with doctors. Ugh.

          • Jadzia says:

            I am just beside myself, having learned about this on the news this morning. There was no notice. I couldn’t go to the doctor at this point even if I did have a good one: it’s the holiday weekend.

            I wasn’t excited about the Macron victory, but never in my wildest dreams did I imagine that this government would ruin my life within the first two months of taking power. I mean, I am looking into a long tunnel of sleepless nights and days filled with untreated pain with no end in sight. I have gotten fuck-all done today (because of yes, the pain) because now I am hoarding my final 20 tablets and I’m really worried that this low productivity (which equals a much lower income) is now what my life is going to be like.

          • swanspirit says:

            Jadzia, you may have already tried these remedies, but in case you have not, more than one person I know who suffers from migraines have told me feverfew works for them.
            I do not have personal experience with migraines, but back and hip pain I do. I have had two discectomies, on L5 and L6, and have relief from immobilizing pain, but still had sciatica, and have arthritis in my left hip.
            I used to take either tylenol or ibuprofen to get to sleep at night, every night, for years, trying to switch off knowing this wasn’t good for me, but pain is pain.
            Then I started taking glucosamine, and turmeric twice daily, and haven’t needed a Tylenol or an ibuprofen in almost a year now. I am more active, my hip doesn’t bother me, and I am very grateful!
            I hope you can find something effective for your migraines and back pain. Keep us posted!

          • swanspirit says:

            Also, do not worry about being a bother to the doctor, just go, and get what you need!

    • blowme0bama says:

      I wouldn’t fool with alcohol. I don’t know about pot. I read of people saying it helps just about whatever it is they come up with as an excuse to get it legally, but in most cases I suspect that’s what it is.

      • Jadzia says:

        Yeah I am the OPPOSITE of a fan of the Kannabis Krusaders for exactly that reason. But I am getting to the point where I will try anything. The days in which life doesn’t seem worth living are coming more often, and I will take any help I can get. Even if I have to swallow some disgust to do it.

    • votermom says:

      do you get the migraine with your period?

      • Jadzia says:

        The week before usually. I started depo provera shots in January hoping that getting rid of my periods would resolve the migraine problem, but no dice.

        • Mt.Laurel says:

          Jadzia I have had migraines for years – they have now really decreased in frequency – I think as I am finally hitting menopause (and yep – the depo provera did not help although I was got the shots because of really low blood counts). Now most are weather or odor related (fresh tar/asphalt/paint/exterminator spray = not fun).

          Before my hysterectomy with major GYN problems the migraines got really bad so when my arrhythmia (made worse with severe anemia) and blood pressure (erratic) also acted up they put me on Atenolol (Tenormin) which is a beta blocker and it helped all three problems but I know they also prescribe just for migraine. Not sure if this is an option in France – and the only caveat would be you have to go on/off slowly – quarter to half to full dosage worked for me – the second time around after I started the first time it made me really loopy (it relaxes the system – so takes time to adjust but it is easier for the more sensitive people to acclimate at lower dosages the first few days).

          I personally avoid marijuana like the plague as I found attending college games with older brothers that the odor given off by other smoking — gives me horrid migraines. But my one brother used it medicinally for cancer and it worked for him.

          • lateblum says:

            Mt Laurel, you just reminded me … I’ve had the same reaction to the smell of marijuana! And the man who lives in the apartment directly above me smokes EVERY day. Some of the smell comes into my apartment through the bathroom window – even though it is closed. The only respite I get is when he goes out of town. (It doesn’t happen often enough.) I have asked him if there isn’t something he can do to decrease the smell and smoke leaving his apartment. He says he blocked the bottom of his front door with a towel. (Maybe that’s why it’s coming in through the bathroom window.)
            He says the pot helps him stay asleep at night. But I can tell you that isn’t true. He lives directly above me and he walks like a person with concrete feet. He is up every night despite the pot, just like before.
            You’d think our HOA – the one that doesn’t allow air conditioners because of “how they distract from the beauty of the building” doesn’t give a fig about the pot smoking. 2 different unit owners have approached board members with requests to address this issue. They want us to take care of it. We have already done so to no avail. I’m getting daily headaches….

          • Jadzia says:

            Thanks for the info. I seriously cannot wait for menopause. I am terrified that I will have a late one, given that I had very few periods until I was well into my 30s.

  17. taw46 says:

    This was Melania yesterday, leaving for Paris.

  18. mothy67 says:

    Well that sucks.
    I think the whisky might help with back pain and sleeping but it might make a migraine worse. Not a doctor. I haven’t had one in 35 years. I got them from about 14 to 16. I would first smell it coming and then I’d slowly lose my vision. I would crawl into bed and try not to move for three days. Agony. So empathize as much as one can.
    My insomnia is hell. I fell asleep sometime around 4 and up at what is now 615.
    The only thing that stops me from smoking is the kid. Still illegal and way too long of a custody battle to risk it.
    Funny France’s priorities. One kid OD’d so remove it. Hedbo, Nice, Bataclan, riots but that’s okay.

    • Jadzia says:

      That was kind of my thought, too. Plus the hangover. Plus the fact that I can barely stand the SMELL of whisky and can’t imagine drinking the stuff. A glass of wine now and then is lovely, but I’m really not much of a drinker.

      • votermom says:

        Jadzia I would get a headache, often a migraine, a day before my period ever since my 20s. Would also get migraines from other triggers, usually when sleep deprived. Since I started carnivorous eating in April its not happened.
        April, May, June my head felt a bit “fuzzy” the day before my period, thats all.Got my period the other day with no warning at all.
        So, something to think about instead of alcoholism LOL

        • Jadzia says:

          That is very interesting! I actually started keto a few months ago, and it’s quite carnivorous, but it’s benefits have not included migraine or lower back relief, unfortunately. I keep hoping that the weight loss will help, but I was technically only about 5 pounds “overweight” so we’ll see.

      • Somebody says:

        Jadzia, can you get the medicine OTC in a neighboring country? If you can, border hop asap, before they outlaw it too.

        You’re working 3 jobs, so I’m not at all surprised you’re tired. Have you tried beet supplements, they improve circulation and lower blood pressure. They also give you “energy”, I would call it more a stamina boost. For a real energy boost as in a rush kind of energy try royal jelly.

        Hopefully your pills will last until you can figure out an alternative plan for dealing with the migraines. Like it or not sounds like a doctor visit may be in order.

        • Jadzia says:

          There is a similar otc med sold in the U.K. I’m looking into Belgium and Italy and Germany too. They do have royal jelly here, its Stuff French People Like.

  19. mothy67 says:

    Didja hear our do nothing congress has effectively passed anti-hate speech resolutions. I don’t know who they think they’re kidding its to stop anyone from drawing goat fucker. Supreme Court has recently decreed limits ain’t gonna happen. Decision was unanimous. Blows my mind how the whole world is accommodating these cretins. Why?
    To be fair to congress critters they did spend a few hours discussing appropriate apparel for the Capital. Seriously, do they want to have jean day? You are lawmakers act like adults. They also debated on whether or not to name a post office after some dead person. I see nothing wrong with post office. Inevitably some group will take offense to the name and will sue for PTSD having to mail a letter there.

  20. Dora says:

    Just when I think I’ve heard it all!

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    Federal court to rule if a monkey owns the copyright for its selfie photos

    http://www.al.com/news/index.ssf/2017/07/federal_court_to_rule_if_a_mon.html

    • Jadzia says:

      Well, copyright goes with whoever took the photo, which in this case would be the monkey. But since a monkey IS NOT A PERSON, wouldn’t the copyright holder be whoever owns the monkey? (I guess I’m assuming this monkey lives in a zoo or something similar.)

  21. mothy67 says:

    Who didn’t see this coming. I think they flat out told us it was on the way

  22. helenk3 says:

    witchy.com/dougp-3137/2017/07/12/doh-ben-rhodes-tries-to-stomp-trump-and-flattens-team-obama-instead/

    sometimes you should just stay quiet

  23. Dora says:

  24. Dora says:

    I suppose this can be called fake news. 🙂

  25. helenk3 says:

    http://www.nationalreview.com/article/449404/north-korean-nukes-west-deterrent-insufficient

    the North Korea problem

    Truman should have let McArthur cross the Yalu River and defeat North Korea back then, We would not be facing the same old NK problem today

    • taw46 says:

      Yep, that is what I thought when I wrote a paper on him back in high school.

      • helenk3 says:

        My husband was in Korea and a lot of my friends. Our best man was at the frozen Chosan. The excuse of well the Chinese will get into was phony. They already were. It was Chinese military at the Chosan.
        Korea the forgotten war, the war our government refused to win

  26. helenk3 says:

    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2017/jul/9/lamar-smith-randy-weber-anti-fracking-groups-fundi/

    OOH the fun begins. This make more sense then the election nonsense

    • mothy67 says:

      I don’t understand why we hear about buying across state lines constantly but its never included in any of the final bills. Where is the resistance coming from?

      • helenk3 says:

        I do not know. It makes no sense to me

        • mothy67 says:

          Remind me to never ask my mother a question. Love her but you never get a straight answer. Comes with a little story. Basically it’s kind of like cable. You have a choice in your area of one of three. More choices means more competition. Consumer wins.

          • lateblum says:

            LOL… That’s what dd#1 says about me. I think it’s hereditary. My mother was the same. And dd#1 is even worse. It’s the on,y reason that I will text with her….. It keeps the conversation more focused as I hate texting.

      • swanspirit says:

        I have been wondering that too. Why don’t we hear more about creating competition with health insurers? Because it would result in insurance companies having to reduce their outrageous premiums? Because the Republican congress is as much in the pockets of the insurance companies as are the dims?That couldn’t be true, could it?
        I should be a bridge salesman.

  27. helenk3 says:

    a must watch

    • mothy67 says:

      He reminds me of the time during the primaries when this little metrosexual boy was yelling names and just being a typical dim a guy about the size of the man stepped into him and he sank into his Ambecrombe & Finch hoodie like a turtle. It gave me joy.

  28. DeniseVB says:

    2018 is going to be so much fun 😀 (parody account)

  29. helenk3 says:

    some very good advice we all should follow

  30. taw46 says:

    Watching the ceremony at Les Invalides on FNC. Out President looks great today.

    • taw46 says:

      When I visited Paris many years ago, we walked around outside Les Invalides on our way from the Rodin Museum to the Eiffel Tower. At the time, I did not know it contained Napolean’s Tomb. Had I known, I would have made my cousin go inside. We had been walking all day, she was tired, and it was all I could do to drag her to the Eiffel Tower. (That perked her up, by the way. 😄)

  31. Dora says:

    Oh please, don’t tell me!! After all the years it took to get this man convicted! NYS is hopelessly corrupt.

  32. mothy67 says:

    Nothing online yet, but just heard 400+ arrested in medicare fraud including more than 100 doctors to the tune if I think 1.2 billion dollars.

  33. Dora says:

    I don’t like it at all.

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    Retirement agrees with her! Michelle Obama dons bondage-style heels and a sleek hairstyle to pay tribute to ‘remarkable’ Special Olympics founder Eunice Kennedy Shriver at the star-studded ESPN awards
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4691520/Michelle-Obama-honors-Special-Olympics-founder-ESPYs.html

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