This blonde chick is kinda feisty.

About Myiq2xu

I was born and raised in a different country - America. I don't know what this place is.
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109 Responses to W.O.O.T.

  1. Myiq2xu™ says:

    He’s got the look.

  2. Island Girl says:

    They can’t handle the truth!

  3. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • Myiq2xu™ says:

      Interesting take on life in the Big Apple.

      • Anthony says:

        There’s a bit of truth in that. Most people who live here are not natives, and that’s what many of them go through. NYC is a city for finalists, so if you’re not on top if your game, someone who wants your job might outperform you and end up in your position. But I have to say that if Upstate Federalist took a short amount if time to connect with his neighbors and co-workers and participate in Manhattan culture, a lot of that could’ve been avoided.

        Usually your first apartment is astronomically priced because you hired an agent who won’t give you any attention umless their commission is substantial enough to make schlepping you around all day worth their while. But by connecting with neighbors, you learn who and when someone is moving, and most landlords orefer to rent to referrals after doing a perfunctory credit check. It’s a plus for the landlord, because they don’t have to pay brokers fees and they won’t have an empty apartment sitting around for months until it’s rented. And NEVER sign a one year renewal lease. Most apartments are rent stabilized, and you get a maximum 6% increase up in renewal, which is pretty good. There’s always someone looking so the chances of being stuck for the duration of your lease if you want to break it are slim to none.

        Forget about Uber or Lyft. Use the subways or walk. Everybody walks here because street traffic is always gridlocked. Subways go north and south in record time. If you’re traveling east/west, NYC is a small island. You can walk from the East River to the Hudson in half an hour.

        I could go on, but I won’t. Typical NYC attitude. Use an economy of words. The only thing more precious than wealth here is time. Spend time, don’t waste it. Does it come off as rude or unfriendly? Probably, but we all.have to be somewhere in time, or someone else will beat you to the punch.

        • elliesmom says:

          I’ve lived in a couple of rural areas, the burbs, and in Boston and Chicago. If I had to live in a city again, I’d choose a smaller one like Boston over a huge one like Chicago. I liked the amenities of the city, but Chicago was too isolating. It felt claustrophobic to me. A city the size of Boston or Savannah has all of the pleasures of city living, but you don’t have to go as far to escape. Worcester, the second largest city in New England, wasn’t quite big enough. All of the downside of city living, but not enough upside.
          The burbs are a great place to raise kids. Lots of grass and trees. Most of them are pretty safe, and they’re close enough to a city to have museums, theaters, and major sporting events to take the kids.
          I’m a country girl at heart. I like my neighbors to include deer and bears. I like the night to be dark and quiet, and the morning traffic noises to be the birds arriving for breakfast. The downside as an older person is rural areas tend to be far from the services we need. While I joke about nothing in RI being more than 45 minutes away, it does make living out in the sticks possible.

          • Anthony says:

            I was raised about 20 blocks from where I’m living right now, but have been fortunate enough to have had a career that required me to spend 6 – 12 months in other countries (usually 6 or 7 months, but almost 4 years in the West Indies). Each visit made me more and more aware that I’m a slave to the conveniences of a big city. Last night, I got a little hungry. I walked to the corner store at 3 am and got a hot meal (from their grill – does that count as a “meal”?). I couldn’t do that in almost any of the other places I’ve lived, especially Zurich, where everything closes at around 6 pm. I can’t figure out if its a blessing or a curse (convenience), and after a few months in other locations, I became so homesick that I had to fly home for a few days and then go back.

            I also had a house up state for several years, which is very different than living in the city. It took me a couple of weeks to understand the pace, the culture and the mindset of a rural community, but after I did, I applied myself and what I had learned about my new locale to be able to have a pleasant and rewarding experience there. I learned to “shop ahead of time”, which meant learning what “staples” really meant, and then seeing what I was low on before going to the food store since there were no corner stores to call for delivery in the middle of cooking a complicated meal and then realizing I forgot to buy capers… there would be no one there to bail me out, so I conformed to the immediate culture, which is what I criticized “Upstate Federalist” for not doing when he/she lived in Manhattan.

            I love both the city and the country equally for different reasons, but when in Rome, before you can do as the Romans do, you have to learn exactly what they do before you can say that Rome sucks 🙂

  4. Island Girl says:

    Where is everyone? Pouring here in Hawaii and below 70 for weeks now boo hoo and Joyless looks like a buttface. Cheers

    • lyn says:

      It’s pouring in southern Oregon tonight. I’m on the last episode of The Bridge (SE) season 4.

    • Anthony says:

      Hey – waiting for my morning covfefe to finish brewing 🙌

    • elliesmom says:

      It’s been snowing lightly here all night. No winds. The temps have not dipped below freezing in the last 24 hours. The streets and asphalt driveways are wet, but not snow-covered. Folks with dirt or gravel driveways are able to just drive over the snow. Schools are open. The temps are heading back up again. While it’s certainly possible for this to turn into a major storm here before it ends, right now it’s just a spring snowfall.

    • Ann says:

      Sunny and cold here – but no wind (thank goodness). I was at the carwash getting nine thousand pounds of salt removed from my vehicle. My vehicle looks so shiny now – and more importantly, the camera eyes are now clear so useable! Whooohooo!

      • Island Girl says:

        I guess i should mention we have had 5 landslides here in the past 2 or so weeks. Mostly rock and red messy dirt but haven’t seen this global cooling in quite awhile. I miss the sun.

  5. Dora says:

    Cisco, I like that picture. 🙂

    I just looked out the window and all I can say is ‘Oh My’! There is so much snow out there that it looks like a winter wonderland. Only in spring.

    It’s been snowing since yesterday afternoon at about 2 inches an hour and it is still coming down! Help!

    Well, at least I still have power. I must be thankful for the little things.

    • Cisco says:

      Call me crazy, but I love the snow and the rain.
      Sit by the bay window with a cup of coffee or depending on the time of day, a hot toddy.

      • elliesmom says:

        I love the snow, too, under two conditions. The power stays on, and I don’t have anywhere I have to be. It’s even better now that we live out in the woods.

      • Ann says:

        I love the snow – from Thanksgiving through January 8th. Then I think it should all melt and go away and not drop again until the holidays are again upon us. 🙂

        • Anthony says:

          I’m with you on that. Also, thanks for appreciating my “Mythology class” 😀 My nephew feels otherwise, since his 9 year old blurted out (in school, yet…) that “If Prometheus had any balls, he never would’ve let himself be turned into a liver snack for a gluttonous eagle!”

      • Constance says:

        Same here, although I like the snow more when I live with a man who drives a big ski appropriate car and is willing to drive me around. Driving my Prius in the snow sucks.

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  7. mothy2017 says:

    The wlman saying “bots” in the video – wonder does she know she sounds like an idiot?

  8. Dora says:

    Can you imagine if Jared was nominated for the peace prize? The dims would be having fits. Hee Hee.


    Jared Kushner’s Dreams of Mideast Peace Are Alive

    His strategy of developing a relationship with the Saudi crown prince is a step in the right direction.


  9. Dora says:

    I’m so tired of hearing this word. It has lost all meaning.


    Oakland Mayor Calls Trump ‘Racist’ for Opposing Sanctuary Cities

    Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf called President Donald Trump a “racist” on Wednesday after her city was mentioned during a White House meeting Tuesday about how to tackle so-called “sanctuary cities.”


  10. Dora says:

    The ‘left’ would love to move all of us into cities, force us to live in tall buildings and keep us all dependent upon public transportation. They have had this idea for a long, long time and they are not giving up on it.


    Prominent Science Fiction Author Calls for Depopulating Rural Areas

    Science fiction author Kim Stanley Robinson is one of the best-known names in a genre known for looking forward. However, not all writers in the genre look to the future for their ideas — plenty are obsessed with moving backwards, from liberty back to tyranny.

    Robinson recently penned an op-ed in The Guardian that favors removing humans from most of the world, forcefully herding us all into cities.


    • elliesmom says:

      If you want to do an “experiment” about this, buy 2 of the smallest hamster cages, and put 4 hamsters in one and two in the other. Give the hamsters more than enough food and water to satisfy their needs. Come back in the morning and clean up the carnage. The next night give the remaining hamsters just enough food and water. Come back in the morning. If either of the cages had one male and one female in the cage, they’re still living. Don’t feed them the next night, and you’ll have one hamster in each cage. Then buy a couple of 50 gallon fish tanks and do it again with four in one and two in the other. With enough food always available, the hamsters will work out living arrangements until they procreate enough to overcrowd the tank. Then the carnage will begin. There’s a reason why you’re more likely to murdered in a city than out it the sticks.

      • Dora says:

        My brother had a pet hamster once. The pet turned out to be a female hamster who gave birth to a whole bunch of babies.

        My brother thought they were so cute. He excitedly called the family in to his room see them.

        The next morning my brother was horrified and called us in again. The hamster had eaten all her children!

        From then on, I stay away from those creatures. 🙂

  11. Anthony says:

    Switched to Morning J.O. to hear Mika and Sen. Richard “Stolen Valor” Blumenthal hysterically comparing Joe Biden to Stormy Daniels as innicent victims of Trump’ s “bullying”. Why? Because Trump put Biden in check after he (Biden) threatened Trump. For the second time.

  12. Myiq2xu™ says:

  13. mothy2017 says:

    Everything the dims do and say is a manipulation. Constant use of children, race, gender. Feeding off of natural empathy. If it were a person it would be a sociopath. Thing is, one hopes, that eventually those being abused/taken advantage of eventually wake up. Look at Baltimore.

  14. Dora says:

    Oh no! Not Bozo!

  15. Cisco says:

    First half of article is about HRC’s India trip.
    But the other half is cosmic hypocrisy.
    Hillary accusing PDJT of using his office to enrich himself.

  16. Cisco says:

    Can the Freedom Caucus actually do this.?
    Can the President veto this bill.?

  17. votermom says:

    Trump turned the country white!!!!!!!!

  18. Anthony says:

    Just for fun

  19. swanspirit says:

    We had pouring rain yesterday, the swamp looked like it was boiling, the rain was coming down so hard. And then promptly at 5pm last night, it turned to heavy wet snow; which I didn’t think would stick to anything, because it was so soaked, but it did. So this morning we have several inches of white everywhere, but it’s melting in big globs and dripping in giant drops.
    At least it is melting. ☔☔💧💧❄❄❄.
    I am going to have a nice hot bowl of oatmeal, with honey and cinnamon, and watch it melt.🍵

  20. Anthony says:

    My bromance with Jefferson Beauregard is on the wane. Big Pink may have given me the straw to break the reluctant camel’s back…


  21. Cisco says:

    Tried this last night.😋


    1 head cabbage
    extra virgin olive oil
    salt & pepper to taste
    a few cloves of garlic

    Preheat your oven to 400 degrees. Remove the outer leaves from the cabbage head & slice into 1/2 inch rounds. Lay on a baking sheet & drizzle with olive oil. Season with salt & pepper.

    Bake for 20-25 minutes, until tender & starting to brown. Remove from the oven. Using a microplane, mince 1 head of garlic over each cabbage round. Or, alternatively, mince it with a knife & sprinkle it evenly over the cabbage rounds. Bake for another 3-5 minutes.

    All images and text ©Mrs Happy Homemaker for Mrs Happy Homemaker

  22. Anthony says:

    Live by the sword, die by the sword. Michael Wolff cancels book tour dates for his pack of lies after everyone figures out he’s a liar


  23. BjornTheBorg says:

    John Dowd is out as one of DJT’s lawyers in the Russia investigation? This could get interesting.

  24. Dora says:

    This is sick.

  25. elliesmom says:

    So this storm is officially a fizzle for RI. Snow has stopped. The sun is out. It’s 43 degrees and climbing. Any snow that fell has already melted. I am not complaining. The fear mongering weather folks have moved their attention to CA and mudslides. Be safe out there.

    • Mt.Laurel says:

      The second storm (the first dumped a couple inches of sleet) moved in later than expected so it hit during the day and we ended up with several inches of very heavy packed snow that changed over to ice last night. Which is why those of us who shoveled our cars out yesterday are enjoying a cup of coffee while watching those that assumed it would melt faster and they could skip any labor intensive snow removal having to use ice picks and fighting the wind that came on on the back end of the front.

      • elliesmom says:

        It never got cold enough here to freeze. We have one of those thermometers that stores the lowest and the highest temperatures in the last 24 hours. The lowest was 35. It’s just shy of 50 now. No snow in the 10 day forecast. Hopefully, we’ve seen the end of it for this year.

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  27. Dora says:

    House Intel Committee Votes To Release Russia Probe Report

    In a vote that was widely expected since the House Intelligence Committee announced it had concluded its probe into Russia’s purported collusion and election meddling, finding that the Intelligence Community’s allegations about Russia’s role were overblown.

    On Thursday, the committee voted along party lines to formally end the investigation and released a report saying they found no evidence of collusion between Trump and associates of the Kremlin, Politico reported.


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  30. Cisco says:

    h/t Zephyr

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  32. Dora says:

    • lyn says:

      Her boobs scream, “Liar!”

    • Mt.Laurel says:

      But, but , but she has the spent hours getting special the no makeup – makeup look and went with a really bad wiglet and is wearing a top in a color that makes her complexion look florid and it is just two sizes too small so her chest pops – it must be REAL. Just look at the overly serious expression. How very Norma Rae of her. So brave of her to bare all in front of the camera. oh wait, that is just her job.

      Did they actually spend time setting this up or did they just pull a small bit form one of her “movies”.

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  34. mothy2017 says:

    Sorry not happy.

  35. helenk3 says:

    on TCM a movie that makes me think of hillary is coming on next Sunset Blvd.
    she is ready for her close up

  36. helenk3 says:

    for those here who live in the Phila area.
    please listen to 92.5 tomorrow at 7am-715am and so forth
    my youngest great grandson will be the weather kid.
    his older brother did this several years ago

  37. Dora says:

    Thank you Rep. Gaetz

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