Fuzzy Friday Overnight Thread

I’m feeling kinda fuzzy.

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95 Responses to Fuzzy Friday Overnight Thread

  1. taw46 says:

  2. DeniseVB says:

    I got a fuzzy feeling too ! It’s going to be a good night…..

  3. Myiq2xu™ says:

  4. Cisco says:

    So, have you ever asked, where will this “trans” bs end?
    Apparently never.
    Child molester claims defense that he is a child too.

  5. taw46 says:

    Every time I hear one of these illegals (she is now a citizen), I lose more and more sympathy for them. They are truly invaders. Also, I don’t like the parts of this plan that Tucker mentioned tonight.

  6. taw46 says:

    “Under the White House’s latest proposal, chain-migration would be formally ended, but all four million chain-migrants now on the list would be allowed into the country over the next two decades. That proposal leaves Americans with no offsetting gains after amnestying at least 1.8 million illegals, which is even more than the January 18 offer of 1.5 million illegals.”

    • taw46 says:

      That’s 6 million people!

      • mothy says:

        I am not thrilled, hoping its a trap.

      • Somebody says:

        The 4 million are in the pipeline and via the courts will most likely be allowed in whether we change the laws or not.

        That is why getting rid of chain migration is so important. It’s also why the immigration stats are lies, we’ve been lied to for decades. How many times have you heard…..USA is so generous we allow a million legal immigrants per year. What they weren’t telling us is that on average each of those immigrants were bringing in 7 other people via chain migration.

        We’ll see what happens and I understand not wanting to give an inch, but something has to change the status quo isn’t working. Again though, the 4 million in the pipeline most likely will be allowed in no matter what.

        • taw46 says:

          I do agree with all you say, I just worry that it will be a huge slippery slope. If we let in this group, then someone will push to let in another group. You know how the courts are, it damn well better be an airtight law that is passed.

          • taw46 says:

            Plus, why go beyond the 800,000 DACA applicants? Why add another million who never applied, or who did not meet the qualifications? Another slippery slope.

          • Somebody says:

            I assume adding the additional million is a pot sweetener to get this bill passed. Kind of hard for the D’s to turn their backs on it.

            My guess is the D’s will move from dreamers to keeping families together and fight for keeping chain migration. They don’t want to argue over the wall or merit based standards those are loses for them for sure. Chain migration should be a lose too with the right push back.

            Just remember it says up to 1.8 million. They have to pass background checks, prove they have been here a while and not be on public assistance. I have no doubt during Trump’s administration they will be thoroughly vetted. Question is how many can we vet in that time span and how many road blocks will liberal judges throw.

          • mothy says:

            I think they should check to see if any have voted illegally. Should automatically disqualify. They stole from all of us.

    • Myiq2xu™ says:

      He hasn’t pocketed shit. He rejected the offer so it is off the table.

  7. lyn says:

  8. Myiq2xu™ says:

    Ho Lee Phucsticks!

  9. Dora says:

    What a coincidence.

    • DeniseVB says:

      DJT went to college with Candace Bergen. He asked her out but she thought he was too geeky, always dressing in nice business suits. LOL ! The 60’s !

  10. Dora says:

    • mothy says:

      What is Form 1649?

      • Somebody says:

        I have no idea.

      • elliesmom says:

        Literally, Form 1649 refers to lots of different forms among them the one I had to fill out attesting to the high moral character of my friends who wanted to become foster parents. In the year 1649 Charles I was tried for treason in England. I long ago stopped paying attention to Hannity’s cryptic messages and his ticks and tocks, but it would be my guess if Twitter suspended his account, it’s more likely because they thought he was talking about treason than spousal trusts or foster parents.

        • mothy says:

          Gee, but hillary seems like she would provide such a warm foster home.

        • DeniseVB says:

          When I read that timeline, first thought was all that tinfoil ! But the treason theory was interesting. Hannity’s becoming the Alex Jones of Fox. 😉 Love Laura Ingraham’s show, she had former El Presidente Fox on the other night and let him bash Trump, then ripped into him over Mexico being such a sh*thole that we have this immigration problem, why not just make Mexico great again? I was surprised it wasn’t a combative interview and they seemed genuinely to like each other.

          • taw46 says:

            Last night, Laura said she liked him because he adopted 4 children, as she has also adopted. But she also said that was the ONLY thing she had in common with him.

  11. Dora says:

    The president’s first tweet of the day.

  12. Dora says:

    Liberal Media Hacks Insist Soros Upstaged President Trump at Davos=> Then The Truth Leaked Out


  13. DeniseVB says:

    Nice little tribute to The Greatest Showman, which I really want to see 🙂

    • lateblum says:

      You will love it! Such fun. The choreography was wonderful and the music and singing were great. I thought of you when I saw it several weeks ago. I think it would be best seen on the big screen rather than on dvd. 🌞

      • DeniseVB says:

        I may have to go to a “regular” theater to see it, darn. My little cinema cafe has a few locations in the area and just don’t want to drive to the NC border where it’s showing. Same with Star Wars and I,Tonya. Once you watch a movie with real food and adult beverages, it’s hard, for me, to go back to popcorn and junior mints 😀

        I did see Jumanji this week and was surprised how much I liked it.

        • taw46 says:

          Our theater in KW is heaven. They serve adult drinks (you can even buy a bottle of wine, lol), cheese & fruit, sandwiches, desserts, etc. And for popcorn, there are about 20 different seasonings. This is just a “regular” theater, lol.

          • DeniseVB says:

            It has been awhile since I’ve been to a regular theater (when did Les Miserables come out? I would have flown to the moon to see that one). This cinema cafe chain is stealing butts from regular cinema seats, now I’d love to see how they’re keeping up. I love Capitalism 😀

          • DeniseVB says:

            Just checked, Les Miz movie came out in 2012. 6 YEARS ago! Obama was still President, lol, now I remember, it was a girlfriend outting, catch a matinee then dinner out. No need for dinner with a movie. She was an Obot, no wonder I haven’t heard from her in years 😛

          • Myiq2xu™ says:

            I thought 1/2 pints of booze were made for sneaking into the theater. I usually have a pocket full of candy too. When I went to see The Last Jedi I took a maryjane brownie with me.

          • 1539days says:

            I’m happy with my power reclining seats and nacho pretzel bites.

        • lateblum says:

          I’ve been seeing the Oscar nominated movies for the past few weeks when I could manage it. I planned to see Jumanji just for the smiles, but it hasn’t happened yet.
          Last week, gbaby #1 had a half day of school so we had lunch and then went to see “Paddington 2”. It was delightful!!! She loved it, I loved it. All the kids in the audience – including the 13 year olds to the 75 year olds loved it. I haven’t enjoyed a movie this way in a long time. The actors were fantastic… Sally Hawkins, Hugh Bonneville, Hugh Grant et.al. we’re so engaging. A couple days later I was waiting for my car to be serviced when I read a review of “Paddington 2” and, incredibly, it described my own thoughts.


          • DeniseVB says:

            Thanks for the tip. NOW that’s playing at the local cinema cafe, ( so spoiled/lazy, 3 minutes from my front door). I may surprise Special Greg with it this week.

          • lateblum says:

            Oh… The nominated movies this year are among the best I’ve seen in years. “Shape of Water”, “Three Billboards…”, “All the Money in the World”, “Phantom Thread”, “Dunkirk”, did not disappoint. I haven’t seen a few others. I’m looking forward to the short films. They all play here the last three days before the Academy Awards.
            I know some may think me shallow enough to actually pay attention to the awards. But for me movies are my great escape. I don’t really have the ability to travel much, and live theater here is costly. But with senior discount days, and low-cost movie Mondays, I can escape for a few hours and not be too far away from the emergencies that inevitably color my days. It’s been like this for me since I was a teen.

        • lateblum says:

          What are cinema cafes like? Are they tables with tablet sized screens on them, or are they a large screen auditoriums with loges and tables? We have some in Chicago, but not where I am. Here we have one multi-plex theater building with 18 screens and mid-sized to large seating auditoriums. The concession stands still sell popcorn and soda as well as snacks and are open before the first movie plays until the last feature ends. The idea of cinema cafes is intriguing.

          • DeniseVB says:

            Here’s mine….. http://www.cinemacafe.com/ What’s great it’s locally owned. It was started about 40 years ago by local guys who tried to get stand up comedy clubs “a thing” and it failed, so they turned those venues into movie theaters with fine dining and booze, it was a hit ! It’s tables and chairs, and counters, all with fat, cushy seats. Served by a wait staff, with a ginormous screen with all the great digitized, dolby, woofers and blasters, surround sound and stuff. I think my link will let you check the menu? Special Greg and I usually do the matinees, with tickets and food is usually about $50 for both of us, including a $10 tip. With wine, about $10 more 😉

          • Mt.Laurel says:

            So $60 then. 🍹

          • lateblum says:

            It sounds like a treat. 😉 Hope you and Special Greg enjoy the movie!

            Btw, Happy Birthday Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. 🎂🍾🎼

  14. Dora says:

    • DeniseVB says:

      Dan’s a former USSS for Clinton and Obama, I’m surprised he hasn’t been visited by the spooks yet and been asked “how’s the family?”. His ‘nads are yuuuuuge. Read his books!

  15. votermom says:

    have aliens invaded yet?

    there were jets going straight up then overhead when I took the doggeh out to pee this morning

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  18. votermom says:

    I didn’t realize that Ace got suspended on Twitter
    they want his phone number to restore it and he won’t give it I think

    • taw46 says:

      I didn’t know that. Twitter, no conservatives need apply.

    • taw46 says:

      Several years ago, someone “cloned” my twitter account. Weird that they found me, since I hardly ever tweeted. Anyway, I sent a report to Twitter. They wanted my phone number and also wanted me to fax other personal info to them. I refused, told them they did not need that for their investigation. I did not hear from them again. After several weeks they finally deleted the other account. Don’t give it to them, Ace!

    • lyn says:

      It’s up again, but Jan. 19th is the last date for his posts.

  19. Dora says:

    The de Blasio story made the cover of the NY Post.

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  23. SHV says:



    However, unless there are Grand Juries and indictments, it’s just the same ‘ol swamp bullshit.

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