Saturday Semi-Erect Thread


He’s a grower, not a shower.

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105 Responses to Saturday Semi-Erect Thread

  1. Myiq2xu™ says:

    God bless cannabis-infused gummies. Klown is feeling no pain for the first time in days.

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  3. Myiq2xu™ says:

    DO NOT BELIEVE ANY POLLS!!!!!!

    • 1539days says:

      If Trump loses every state he won in 2016, chances are he won’t be president.

    • Cisco says:

      Definitely. Don’t believe them at all.
      I’ll start early.
      If the media on Election Day starts “reporting” that exit polls what ever show that Trump has won, don’t think for a minute you don’t need to vote since Trump has already won.
      Let’s get off our collective duffs’ that night and VOTE.
      K🇺🇸A🇺🇸G

  4. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • Cisco says:

      Maybe Kirsten didn’t learn this in college.
      Maybe she cut that day.
      Taxonomy of Humans.
      Domain: Eukarya
      Phylum: Chordata
      Genus: Homo Sapiens
      Order: Primates
      Kingdom: Animalia. (You know, likes animals)
      I admit, I had to look that up, but I do remember that from some class, somewhere at some time.
      There’s longer descriptions, but this will for now.

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    You Tube search = nada

    Same search on Google, bingo!

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    o j O

  14. Dora says:

    Hi Everybody. I just want to let you all know that I will be missing for a few days this coming week. I’m not sure yet how many days I will be gone.

    I’ve been suffering from arthritis for several years now and couldn’t get up the nerve to do anything about it. The knee surgery sounded too horrible. I have been told many times that when the pain got so bad that I couldn’t walk, I would reconsider. Well, I have reached that point.

    On Wednesday I am scheduled to have knee replacement surgery. Ouch

    I know it’s pretty routine now, but I admit that I’m scared. Please wish me luck.

    Thanks.

    • DandyTIger says:

      Yikes. Prayers sent your way. Those are pretty routine of course, but it doesn’t sound like fun. And the PT after probably won’t be fun. But in the end, you’ll be waking better. All the luck and thoughts. Let us know how things are going when you can.

      • Dora says:

        It won’t be fun, but people keep telling me that once it is over, I will be so glad I went through it. That’s easy to say. 🙂

        Thank your for your kind thoughts and prayers. I appreciate them.

        • elliesmom says:

          You will not regret it when it’s over. There will be a spring in your step again. My BFF was herself again after the surgery. It’s great to have her back.

        • Miranda says:

          Good luck!

        • Dora says:

          Thank you both.

          And thank you for telling me about your friend elliesmom. Her story is encouraging.

        • DandyTIger says:

          Same with my uncle. Like night and day. Before all bad, after he was extremely happy he went through it.

        • taw46 says:

          Wishing you good luck and fast healing! My cousin recovered quickly, and what a difference. I’ve known several people who had the surgery, they are all glad they did.

      • swanspirit says:

        Hi Dora!!
        I have taken care of more post TKR patients that I can actually count, and they do so well, it’s incredible. You will be so happy the pain is gone, An sending you successful surgery, and speedy recovery!!

    • foxyladi14 says:

      Prayers ❤

    • helenk3 says:

      good luck and I hope you feel better soon. Just think soon you will be dancing and kicking up your heels

    • lateblum says:

      Oh gee, Dora. I’m sorry you’ve been suffering. I hope the surgery is successful and the recuperation is without complications. Be patient with yourself while you recover. ❤

    • lyn says:

      You are in my thoughts and prayers, Dora. ❤

    • votermom says:

      Hugs and prayers, Dora. May your recovery be swift and easy.

    • Constance says:

      Sending good vibes your way and be sure to do the rehab exercises!

    • 49erDweet says:

      Best wishes, Dora. I went through a partial replacement a few years ago and it ended up being no big deal, other than the rehab stuff. Docs are even better nowadays so I’m confident you’ll do fine. Hang in there!!

    • DeniseVB says:

      Dora! ❤ Oh you'll be fine, at my age I know dozens of people who've had that procedure and they are all still alive 😀 Just do your pain management (happy pills!) and rehab as your doctor prescribes and recovery will be a breeze. Much love !

  15. elliesmom says:

    I’ve been doing some research on what it was like to be 8 years old in 1804 in what would become West Virginia. It’s for a birthday gift for my granddaughter who will be 8 in August. It was hard work to be a kid. Your life could depend on your doing your chores. The “grocery store” was a 2-day trip over the mountain. “Stranger Danger” was real. The Native Americans had already killed 4 of your brothers and sisters. I have to turn this into a happy story. Maybe today is not the right day for me to attempt this. 🙂

    • Miranda says:

      She can be happy she isn’t living in 1804? 🙂

    • Somebody says:

      “And they all lived happily ever after”? 😜

      I don’t how much time you’ve invested in writing this, but there are several such stories written from a third party angle. Say for instance a pet or a doll. Transferring to a different set of eyes still captures everything, but makes it a little easier to wrap up in a happy ending…….unless you kill the pet off 😉

      • elliesmom says:

        The story needs to be in the style of the little books that come with an American Girl doll. The doll has to have a little adventure that wil describe her life. With the help of a friend who does a lot of genealogy research, I’m making my granddaughter a doll which will represent her great, great, great, great grandmother for her 8th birthday. The doll character would have been 8 in 1804. She’s the first of our long line of grandmothers who were born in America. Her mother was born in Scotland, came here as a little girl, settled in Virginia, and married a Revolutionary War veteran who took her to live across the hills in what is now West Virginia. In 1785, their home was burned to the ground, their four children murdered, and she was carried off and held as a captive slave by the Wyandots for three years. But our story happens long after all of that is past. Ma and Pa have been reunited, and they’ve had 7 more children. Our ancestor is dab smack in the middle of round two of baby making. The Native Americans have signed a treaty pushing them back into Ohio and Indiana and raids are more rare. Pa and his brother are talking about heading out into the Louisiana Territory, but Ma has had enough adventure for one lifetime. In the end Ma and Pa stay in West Virginia.

        My daughter has several children’s books that have been published, and she’s going to illustrate it for me and have a copy printed. When I’m done, I owe the genealogist a doll of one of her grandmothers for her granddaughter. But she’s going to have to write her own story.

        • Somebody says:

          What a cute idea! Tough storyline 😲 I presume you have several of the AG books to guide you? If not I have a couple of them 😉

          I have no doubt you’ll come up with something terrific and I just know you’re granddaughter will treasure it!

        • lateblum says:

          Oh my! What you are doing is so very impressive. I’m never, ever letting my grand girls know what you do for your little and growing kiddoes. They think I’m okay, for now. If they ever learned about your magnificent handmade gifts, they’d instantly want a do-over in their granny world. ❤

        • votermom says:

          what an interesting and exciting family history!
          I suggest focus on the last bit – thinking about heading to Louisiana, and have the main character have a reason she wants to stay, that she can’t really justify as practical to Ma & Pa. So staying is a happy ending.

        • swanspirit says:

          Your story sounds like a chapter from one of the Outlander series, after they leave Scotland, and come to the New World, in time for the Revolutionary War.
          They experience all kinds of adversity,including the loss of a child, rape, and kidnapping.
          They survive because they adapt, persevere, and they love each other, very much.
          The author Diana Gabaldon, says she does intensive historical research. Maybe she read about your family!

  16. Dora says:

    I never appreciated this lady until recently. Since I became more familiar with her music, I just love her.

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    The word went out…. *cover-up*

    • Somebody says:

      Well sure because come hell or high water the D’s are marching toward impeachment. Cover up evokes Watergate. This entire sham has specifically been perpetrated to elicit an impeachable response from POTUS, obstruction, abuse of power, cover up. The oft repeated meme of Watergate, it wasn’t the break in it was the cover up.

      So clearly that’s the path they are headed down. Lay odds now who will pan for the cameras and declare dramatically “What did the President know and when did he know it?”.

      • lyn says:

        Fuck them and Obama and Hillary. That is the real cover up. I hate Democrats and their media piss boys and girls.

  19. taw46 says:

    Where Dan Rather said likening humans to animals was despicable, then likened the President to a caged animal………

  20. Dora says:

    Wow! This could get interesting.

    ======

    “It Belongs To The People, Not The Bankers” – Italy Moves To Seize Gold From Central Bank

    “Complaining that hundreds of thousands of small individual investors lost billions of dollars after several Italian banks failed in recent years, the anti-establishment ‘5 Star Movement’ and the nationalist ‘League’, depict the central bank as a symbol of a technocratic elite aloof from the needs of ordinary Italians.”…

    ““The gold belongs to the Italians, not to the bankers,” said Giorgia Meloni, leader of the Brothers of Italy, a far-right opposition party that supports both bills. “We are ready to battle everywhere in Italy and to bring Italians to the streets if necessary.”” …

    “Gold is part of the assets of the Bank of Italy and can’t be used for monetary financing of the Treasury,” said Bank of Italy Governor Ignazio Visco.”

    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-04-05/it-belongs-people-not-bankers-italy-moves-seize-gold-central-bank

  21. helenk3 says:

    MYIQ
    I hope this makes you feel better

  22. Dora says:

    • Cisco says:

      I seem to remember the Légion being involved in a revolt in Algeria.
      A General or two were involved.
      This is going to get very interesting.🤔
      LEGO PATRIA NOSTRA ⚔

  23. Jadzia says:

    Coolest sight so far in Tirana: the head imam, the head of the Bektashi community (fun Muslims who get to drink), the head of the Albanian Orthodox Church, and the local Roman Catholic cardinal all leaving the restaurant where they had dined together. They all had pretty sweet cars.

    • Cisco says:

      WOW!
      I wonder how much the tourism department paid for that slogan?
      Just as bad as this one, I’ll try as best I can for spelling.
      “Via Napoli Morti”
      Visit Napoli and Die”

    • 1539days says:

      It kind of reminds me of those “slut walks” that were created to take back the term or something.

  24. Cisco says:

    Remember, in Chicago, police are the problem.
    Expect the body count to soar in the summer.
    “Good thing we have Booby Rush and Jamal to tell everyone who the enemy of black people is:
    Eight people were wounded, two of them children, in a drive-by shooting Saturday evening that targeted a family gathering in the Englewood neighborhood on the South Side.

    Gunfire erupted at 6:21 p.m. at a barbecue in the 6300 block of South Seeley, according to preliminary information from Chicago police. The shots were fired from a red Chevrolet Equinox.

    Witnesses at the scene were not cooperating with investigators, police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said.
    Somebody must have cooperated. How else would Booby and Jamal get all their info?”
    h/t SCC

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  26. Dora says:

    UGH!

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  29. Somebody says:

    DHS Secretary Neilson resigns. POTUS putting director of CBP in as acting DHS Secretary.

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  31. swanspirit says:

    This fits so perfectly, in this semi-erect post. My autocorrect is out to get me.
    I have a plant that is blooming beautifully. The blooms look like long strings of Lily of the Valley.
    It is called Pieris Japonica.
    I took a pic of the blooms, and posted it on Facebook, but when I tried to post the name of the plant, my autocorrect tried to post, penis harmonica.
    I caught it, and corrected it, so I wouldn’t have to be mortified in front of my grandchildren. But I know now, my autocorrect is just evil.

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    That’s fine with me.

  34. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • Cisco says:

      Well as far as I’m concerned, a wiff of gas was the last thing these illegal aliens were expecting.
      No free medical, legal advice and suckling on that gub’mint teat in exchange for voting Democrat.

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