It’s Time To Go, Joe

It’s past time. Four years ago you walked off stage with a few shreds of dignity left. Nobody was looking to jam you up. No special prosecutors were looking to put you and your whole shitty family in prison. You should have stayed gone.

Last night was uncomfortable to watch. I don’t know what your wife is thinking letting you make a fool of yourself like thgat. Even if the Democrats manage to steal the election you’ll be POTUS for less time than William Henry Harrison and we’ll see Kamala Harris taking over by Valentine’s Day. Maybe sooner if the Secret Service isn’t on their toes.

Do yourself and America a favor and just go home and stay there.

About Dr. Myiq2xu

Unless President Donald J. Trump pulls a hat out of a rabbit real soon, on 1/21/21 I will wake up in a socialist banana republic.
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146 Responses to It’s Time To Go, Joe

  1. Woke Lola says:

    Yeah, it’s really sad. There’s no joy in this part of it. But there is plenty of joy in the rest of the liberal tears that are coming.

  2. BjornTheBorg says:

    All that “debate prep” in the Delaware basement didn’t exactly pay off. He had some memorized lines that he uncorked whenever a key phrase was mentioned, but otherwise the old fart just couldn’t keep up. If the election were decided on the basis of who has more mental acuity, it would be PDJT in a landslide.

  3. SHV says:

    “Yeah, it’s really sad.”
    *****
    Many people and situations deserve sympathy; Biden has been a nasty, corrupt piece of shit his whole political career and deserves all that is and will happen to him.

  4. elliesmom says:

    I have the ION channel on watching an old Law & Order SVU. Everytime there’s a commercial break there’s a Biden anti-Trump ad on directed at black people. Some really nasty stuff.

    • Anthony says:

      They’re targeting women voters in NYC. Sounds like they’re a little worried

      • Somebody says:

        No they have money to burn. NYC is one of the most expensive media markets, Biden, Inc., no doubt is getting a cut of all the media ads. Bernie was grifting 10% via his wife. The Bidens are probably grifting 25% or more. They have some shell company they use to run ads and that company gets a cut. Plus parts of PA are in the NY market.

        You have to watch where each campaign goes and their top surrogates. That will tell you where things are tight. Neither campaign has had events in NYC.

        This race shouldn’t be tight, but it appears to be. The crappy court rulings on mail in ballots don’t help. Seems like in PA you can wipe your ass with the ballot, sign it with an X and mail it in late and it’s totes cool. I wish we had purple finger voting here

      • Ann says:

        I have seen a million Biden ads and a lot of Trump ads in my area of NYS this election. This is like nothing I have ever seen before here. Sometimes, it is as if a presidential election isn’t even going on (we may see a few national ads and nothing else).

        I have been polled dozens of times (I stopped answering). This is highly unusual and as I said, nothing like this has ever happened before in my memory (I have lived in NYS my whole life).

        Now, I am not saying that Biden isn’t doing it for the separate advertising cut (I assume it is Jill’s company). But, some odd things are going on. Almost two months ago Trump said internals were showing NYS within 5%. He may very well get blown out here, however, these ads and polling calls are definitely not normal.

        • Somebody says:

          Interesting. New York? OMG, please let it happen! Please, please!

          • foxyladi14 says:

            POTUS does not need to spend a lot of money! 😀
            He is having Yuge rallies that get played on TV, Also he is showing Biden tapes on a big TV at his rallies.
            They don’t call him Genius for nothing. 😆

        • Anthony says:

          I never remember seeing so many ads either, and I remember Trump saying NY was in play. Even if that’s true (which I believe it is, per neighborhood comments) I’m not holding my breath. NY voting is corrupt as hell, and I don’t think much can be done to clean it up before election day

    • 1539days says:

      This is like Plan X. Drag out Obama (who didn’t want to do it) because Kamala couldn’t get it done. Try to ramp up the Black vote and drag Biden’s corpse across the finish line.

    • Gojoy says:

      We are being tortured in Maine district two. My landline, cell, and tv inundated with ads and polling. Yes, we now have ex President Obama campaigning against Sen Collins. I still haven’t figured out ranked choice.

  5. Anthony says:

    Before it gets lost in the shuffle

  6. lyn5 says:

    WTF?!

    • lateblum says:

      Those are probably the same people who said that the economy would “tank” and the stock market would “crash” if Trump were to win in 2016.

      • Constance says:

        I remember watching the election returns come in back in 2016. The DOW futures did take a 500point dive election night and the talking heads were really going on about it but then the market opened up the next morning and turned around and started burning upward after being stagnant for the last years of the Obama/Biden administration.

        • Constance says:

          Also a lot of Democrats sold their stocks right after the 2016 election and never got back in so they missed the run up to 28,000 plus. I think it was Charles Payne who said one third of people over 60 dumped all the stocks in their retirement accounts during the Covid scare and haven’t gotten back in. That’s a lot of Democrats who missed out on money and I’m sure they are angry.

        • lateblum says:

          I remember that, too. That “crash” lasted the blink of an eye. Then the numbers sky-rocketed. 🚀

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  10. lyn5 says:

    Does anyone agree with this comment at Don Surber’s?

    Surber wrote: “with the moderator’s questions (written by Biden’s staff)”

    Rightway’s comment: “There is no doubt in my mind that at least some of Kirsten Welker’s questions were given to the Biden team in advance. Look again at the film of her closing question. Biden jumped on top of it and was reading almost all of his answer from something on his podium. He HAD to have the question in advance.”

    https://donsurber.blogspot.com/2020/10/debate-lifted-lid-on-bidens-fake.html

  11. lyn5 says:

    On Saturday, Independent Women’s Forum, in partnership with Independent Women’s Voice, planned an event—our March for ALL Women: “I’m With Her” Rally—to give a voice to all the women who aren’t represented by the so-called Women’s March.

    Leftist psychos couldn’t handle it.

    • elliesmom says:

      Whenever women start to come together as a group to get something we want, an issue arises to separate us. Even the suffrage movement was hampered because there were competing factions that couldn’t agree on a path to get there. The ERA was defeated because the abortion issue divided women and still does. All women should be able to take pride in the nomination of Amy Coney Barrett, but fear of losing the right to kill the unborn controls so many women, the celebration is ruined. My response to something like this is to point out how many times the Democrats have done a bait and switch with women. I grew up with a suffragist in the house and a yellow dog Democrat. When John Kennedy sold himself to women by promising to push the ERA, my grandmother said, “the Kennedys bootleg snake oil”. He didn’t support an equal rights amendment after women worked hard to get him elected. She was right. Nixon is the one who tried. There’s a commenter at Althouse whose schtick is repealing the 19th Amendment, and there are days I think he might be right.

      • lyn5 says:

        😦 I remember opposition to the ERA, because both sexes would have to share restrooms. LOL. Montana passed it in 1974.

        https://www.equalrightsamendment.org/era-ratification-map

        • elliesmom says:

          My mom made a list of things she wanted. High on her list was the right to have credit in her own name. But she didn’t want to share a bathroom with men. She even wanted a separate bathroom from the men in the house at home. 😉 She didn’t think women should be drafted into the armed forces. She didn’t think women should sacrifice their children for convenience, but she thought if a woman’s pregnancy was going to kill her, she should be allowed to save herself. Who would raise her other children if she didn’t? She had taken in children whose mothers had died so she knew about that one firsthand. She didn’t think it was fair for a woman to get paid less for the same work as a man, but she also understood why hiring and training a woman who might decide to have children was a bigger risk for an employer. When I decided to go to engineering school, she resigned herself to the idea I would never get married and have children because I was making too big of an investment in my education and would put my career first. My grandmother, her mother, lived with us, and she had been a suffragist with the white dress and the banners marching through the streets of Boston. Our three-way conversations were a cherished part of my coming of age.

      • Constance says:

        I can name at least 10 women who vote Democrat because “Republicans will take away their abortion rights” Well none of them have slept with a man in over 10 years (4 of them are gay) and 7 of them are over 50 and can’t get pregnant. So what abortion rights?! I just don’t get it. I tell them to vote in their own best interest…they will be paying taxes, vote on the basis of tax policy idiots! Many, if not most, women do not have the capacity to act in their own best interest.

        • lyn5 says:

          You gave me a gut-busting laugh, Constance! I was that way in my 20s and early 30s.

        • lateblum says:

          My crazy next-door neighbor, who is a 70yo, child-hating, ex-teacher, lesbian won’t vote for Republicans for the same (abortion rights) reason. And that is in her more sane moments.

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  13. Mothy67 says:

    FYI anyone with an iPhone wanting to upgrade I got two 12s for 850. I hate the 8. I looked two weeks ago to trade it in for the xr. I cannot read texts without readers they were going to give me 100 off last years phone. I could not find my readers to type in card. I waiited and am now getting 450 off the 12 each of 2 12s I bought. Shay is also getting the upgrade from xr. She did not even ask for the 11 or the 12.

    • lateblum says:

      Where are you getting these deals? My son and dil are looking to replace their old iPhones with the new 12. They need to get “deals”. She’s a social worker; he’s a middle school teacher. Not a lot of income there.

  14. Mothy67 says:

    I predict a grocery shooting.
    I just went to get cash back I bought smarties for 2.70 to get 50 so pup can do whaterver it is pups do with my money. There were screams and I think I saw cans take flight. It is getting worse her not better. People are going msnbc crazy in public.

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  17. 1539days says:

    Yikes. Google searches exploded for “how do I change my vote?”
    This is why mail-in and early voting is bullshit.

    • lyn5 says:

      I would go down to the Clerk and Recorder’s office to see if I could get a new ballot.

      • elliesmom says:

        I requested an absentee ballot, and I’ve been tracking its progress at the request of my local senator. My returned ballot has made it to the state elections board, but has not been forwarded to the town where I live yet. I don’t know for sure at which point it gets taken out of the mailing envelope exposing my name and signature, but it would seem to have to be at this point to establish which elections board gets my ballot to count. My senator told me I could still show up at the polls on election day and ask for a provisional ballot to be counted instead of the absentee one if my voting early at her request made me regret my choice. I’m not one of the people she has asked to test that part of the system, though. Given how long the state’s turn around time for each step has been, if my ballot had not been marked received yesterday, I do not have time to request a new mail-in ballot. The state marked my request for an absentee ballot received on October 5th, but I mailed the request in September.

      • elliesmom says:

        I requested an absentee ballot, and I’ve been tracking its progress at the request of my local senator. My returned ballot has made it to the state elections board, but has not been forwarded to the town where I live yet. I don’t know for sure at which point it gets taken out of the mailing envelope exposing my name and signature, but it would seem to have to be at this point to establish which elections board gets my ballot to count. My senator told me I could still show up at the polls on election day and ask for a provisional ballot to be counted instead of the absentee one if my voting early at her request made me regret my choice. I’m not one of the people she has asked to test that part of the system, though. Given how long the state’s turn around time for each step has been, if my ballot had not been marked received yesterday, I do not have time to request a new mail-in ballot. The state marked my request for an absentee ballot received on October 5th, but I mailed the request in September.

    • Shez ZK says:

      I’m sure they are. I’ve made a few comments on Twitter, usually to Dems, about the Oct Surprises dripping out daily now are going to wipe out the desire for early or mail in voting in future elections. That at the rate it’s going the Dems might only have down ticket Dems left to vote for by Election day.

    • lateblum says:

      The lines for early voting have been outrageously long. The county courthouse has been open for early voting since the beginning of October. The civic center has been open since Monday. By the time Election Day comes, it won’t take more than a few minutes to vote. I’ve tried to early vote a couple of times. Now I’m not going to try any longer. It’ll be a relatively short walk to the polling place from my home on Nov 3rd. I have 5 reminders to apply for my mail-in ballot from the Sec of State office. In Illinois, that is really the DPOE (Dem Party of IL).

      • lateblum says:

        Those 5 reminders plus the 8 LARGE flyers with directionS from the Democrats and 1 from the Republican candidate running against Kim Foxx are all sitting on my pantry shelf. I can’t wait to get rid of them.

      • elliesmom says:

        I met my Reublican senator who represents my district at the state level by accident. I had Ellie out at the mailbox, and my senator was driving by. She stopped and rolled down her window to ask me what kind of dog Ellie is. We’ve become “chatty” over the last couple of months. The Democrats in RI want to switch to all mail-in voting. My senator is keeping an eye on the process this year before she has to vote on it when it comes up. Do Republican, Democrat, and Independent voters get treated the same way through the process? Do the city mice and the country mice? I’ve never waited in line to vote for more than a few minutes in the past, and I’ve always known, even being new here, someone in the line to be chatty with when there was a line. There are opportunities for cheating in every method of voting there is, and there are ways to minimize in every one, too. What we have is a failure of resolve to stop it.

    • lateblum says:

      I actually googled that question just to see the responses. Little did I know you actually *can change your mailed in vote in several states. I should send the question with answers to dd#1. She voted in Seattle this week. I’m certain she voted D. She’s become quite preachy about civic duties lately. I’m certain she is following in my footsteps. Just not quite where I am yet. But then it took me decades with almost all of my work in the inner city or with the poor and disabled. And seeing just how unimproved their lives were all the while living in D areas and voting for democrats. She hasn’t had that luxury. Her work is in Big Tech and not among the poor. She will have to learn more about the duplicity of the Democrats another way, I guess.
      She now sees me as a person who’s “gone ‘round the bend” rather than someone she can learn from (by example). So it might take her a bit longer than it took me to see the light.

      • elliesmom says:

        Elliesdad did a stint working for Donald Rumsfeld. It didn’t make him a Republican at the time, but the camel got its nose into the tent. One of my friends invited us to a small group showing of “The Unknown Known” about Rumsfeld in a private theater. She bragged to the other guests that she was bringing someone who could give them the inside scoop on Rumsfeld. What did Elliesdad say 20 years or so after he worked for him? “He was the best CEO I ever worked for.” Not the response my SJW friend was looking for.

  18. taw46 says:

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    • Constance says:

      The behavior of Facebook and Twitter is appalling. If none of the information about the Bidens is true then what is there to be afraid of? And they are clearly afraid. Their behavior tells me there is something very big and powerful in the accusations. Yeah Joe Biden never took money from foreign interests, his son Hunter, the bag man, took the money and handed it to Joe. Joe took foreign money from the son he corrupted.

  19. Mothy67 says:

    My favorite bar in Washington Heights is gone for good. They did Carrie Okie. I hate Charlene’s I’ve Never been to Me. It was sung every time I was there. I was chatting with a friend about how it was kinda special. I had no idea how it became known I hated the song. Itwas incessantly played to torture me. I lookeD up the video can anyone explain why she has four cocktailsin front of her. I would need to be drunk to sing such a song but hers are mostly full. A person actually getting paid staged that??? The song haunts me. I was working in old I guess wind mill outside London. It was this sort of bread and breakfast for elites. Kids from all over the world work a few weeks as servants. You worked all day but really did nothing. I had to gather greens for midday. I walked outside and asked the full time gardener what I was to do about the petals for the lovies. He told me to stop being an arse– you are hired to sound pretty. We went freaking bowling on our one night off. Everyone went. The song, that song was always playing.
    I was in freaking mykonos and said in a bar with an attractive woman that Shilrley Valentine made me want to see Greece. She got up and sang Never Been to Me. On freaking Mykonos.
    I abhore the song but would love to know why she has 4 cocktails.

    • 1539days says:

      Obviously, she was at a table with other women when she started whining about her life and they all left, leaving their drinks behind.

      • Mothy67 says:

        Oh that era. I think I was late teens. We didn’t have access to college radio. It was radio and MTV. There was no streaming. If I recall correctly this era had things like Belinda Carlisle dumping the Go Go’s getting reeally hot and singing Heaven is a Place on Earth. The group Heart went from barracuda to sappy love songs. The Cure was edgy. Journey and Bruce were everywhere.
        Shay had to have a record player. It was/is an accent for her room. I got her this handsome thing that looks like an old suitcase. I insisted if I bought it she had to listen to my vinyl.
        I have a lot of classics but oh sweet Jesus forgive me. I have the double album Guilty. Babs and Barry Gibb. I have disco duck. Not ashamed of my Barry. I still love me Weekend in New England. I have hundreds of 45’s. Some still have yellow plastic things that looked like Keith Harring abortions. There is shame in my collection. I have Funky Town!!!!!!! I also have most Led Zep and Floyd. Fool in the Rain is my favorite song. But Babs doing Iam a woman in Love, or those 70’s songs before she went cray. Evergreen, The way we were. I even liked her disco. Stoney End was her best in my opinion.

        • Shez ZK says:

          Do you remember what those little yellow plastic things for 45’s were for? They came in different colors. Haven’t thought of them in years. It was great being able to stack our 45’s on the turntable for auto drop playing, just like the bigger LP albums we stacked up. Such an easy and lovely way to scratch the shit out of your vinyls, lol.

  20. Angie says:

    This is worth listening to

  21. elliesmom says:

    Nova Scotia is in a medical crisis. Not because of the pandemic, but because the ROI of becoming a doctor is so low, they have a severe shortage of doctors. The Canadian government is offering incentives for people who become doctors in Nova Scotia. I might expect it would be hard to get people to become doctors in the Canadian tundra, but the climate in NS is much like coastal Maine, and it’s a pretty and very civilized place. The problem is the pay is lousy, the hours are long, and the work is routine. Because of the lack of medical resources, NS is on lockdown out of proportion to the number of cootie cases they have.

    Which gets to the “house church” thing. Nova Scotians in a lot of places are not allowed to gather in groups larger than 10. My cousin Thom, former prison chaplain, is involved in organizing people into small groups who meet in people’s homes to worship together. There are Karens who drive around on Sunday mornings and report any house that has a driveway full of cars. They call the police, and everyone at the house gets fined. It doesn’t take more than a few families to get to the 10 limit. So the groups are set up with car pools who drop people off at a house and park the car somewhere else. The ministers who lead the groups have drivers who have volunteered to chauffeur them around. The groups meet on random days so the Karens would have to set up surveillance to catch them. Thom watched the debate Thursday night, and he has become a Canadian Trump supporter based not on Trump’s economic policy, but on the way he has handled the pandemic. This week’s sermon will be about why his flock should stop posting anti-Trump stuff online.

    • swanspirit says:

      You would think they would recruit Nurse Practioners, to help fill the shortage, but there is probably a nursing shortage, too, just like in the states.
      The church situation is terrible, sounds like the underground railroad, for worship!

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  24. foxyladi14 says:

    The truth! 😀
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    @PressSec
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    Oct 21
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    NO, the White House did not try to pass off hundreds of blank pages as its healthcare policy:

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    PLUS an America First Healthcare Plan from President @realDonaldTrump
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  25. lyn5 says:

    Finally watched “Uncle Tom,” and I was blown away.

  26. Somebody says:

    OMG leftism is a mental disease. In a family text thread last night my brother made a crack about the election. He said he just hopes Joe and the Ho come for his guns personally.

    That set off the CA sister this morning when she saw it. She lectured about misogyny, blah, blah. Then went on to claim that in 4 years she has not said one cross word about Commander in Chief grab em by the pussy, she implored us to have a modicum of civility. Isn’t that rich? I could have filmed her a hundred times and the video would go viral. She’s as bad or worse than the unhinged women whose videos have gone viral, she’s nucking futs when it comes to Trump. She joined a group that lit candles, prayed and chanted for DJT’s death when he was flown to WR.

    My initial reply was “You haven’t said a word about Trump in 4 years?” 🤣 “Wow it’s really early on the west coast for you to be THAT drunk, been on a bender all night?”

    She doubles down trying to wrap herself in virtue. This is the woman that was so unhinged screaming about Trump she almost got us kicked out of a restaurant. I was having none of it. She told me I couldn’t give her one example. I’ve been sending examples all day🤣🤣🤣🤣

    She hasn’t replied again, I’m sure she’s got steam coming out of her ears though because like any liberal she’s smug as hell and always so sure she’s right. My brother has tossed a few grenades. My sister that lives here is trying to get me to shut up.

    I’m just flabbergasted that she even tried to claim she’s never said a cross word about Trump. That is some kind of serious denial. Gosh, can’t wait until she comes to FL in a couple of weeks🙄

    Anyway, leftism is definitely a mental disease. Her making those claims is like Kathy Griffin claiming she’s never said or done anything anti-Trump.

    • Miranda says:

      A lot of times, I’ll let family lies go on by in the name of peace, but sometimes, it has to be called out.

  27. Myiq2xu says:

    • taw46 says:

      Can she ever just talk without cackling?

    • Constance says:

      What has Kamala done to her face. It is a horror. I see women everywhere doing it and it is creepy as hell. Some of the QVC and HSN hosts have done the diamond shape face thing and it is the worst plastic surgery I have seen but it seems to be a thing! You know it is painful and expensive and they come out looking like a caricature of a evil human and don’t seem to know it. I’ve been watching QVC and HSN for a longer while as I click through just because the bad plastic surgery is like driving by a car wreck. You can’t take your eyes off the disaster.

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    LOL.

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    “The Plot Against the President” was good.

  34. Dora says:

    Sounds good to me.

    • Myiq2xu says:

    • Constance says:

      Nice! I retired from the Feds and was a dues paying union member. They still send me the union email letters. This next one should be good! Way to go President Trump!

      • lateblum says:

        I never willingly paid union dues when I worked for the state. Still, the SEIU took money out of my paycheck without my authorization. They monger have their hands in my pockets. So now AFSCME has sent me a letter asking for dues “to preserve (my) pension”. I shredded the “letter” whose return had all but been signed by me. Is this the 500th time I’ve said here how much I hate the unions?

  35. Myiq2xu says:

    • elliesmom says:

      I’ve read there are pictures of Hunter molesting his brother’s daughter and emails from his brother’s widow to Joe telling him it’s why she’s no longer with Hunter. Joe apparently responds his daughter-in-law should go to therapy.

  36. elliesmom says:

    On election night as the polls close, the media usually predicts which candidate has secured a state. How big a margin will it need to be for a state to be called? In RI as soon as my ballot is removed from its inside envelope, there will be no way to know whose ballot it is, but there will be a trail of paperwork left behind to know someone with my name who receives mail at my address asked for, received, and returned a ballot. The envelope with my signature will still exist even if no one checks it. If someone wanted to “create” votes through absentee ballots, they’d have to be able to create the same paper trail. While the Supreme Court decision leaves room for fraud in PA, the party committing it will only have 3 days more to add the fraudulent ballots and the trail they would leave behind. The only advantage they’ve been given is knowing how many more votes they need. There will have to be fake records for people who went through the process of asking for and receiving absentee ballots. It’s more than just taking a handful of blank ballots, signing someone’s name, and putting it through a bubble counting machine. Absentee ballots leave more breadcrumbs than in person voting does. But it will still be interesting to see how the media handles the projections.

    • 1539days says:

      It’s a crapshoot. For early voting, they use something called “entrance polls” along with the in-person voting exit polls. Many times states get called as soon as the polls closed based on exit polling alone.

      The best way to commit fraud is the same-day registration ballots. Very little oversight and the votes go right in with the legit ones. Some of the mail-in ballots have so many controls that it’s not worth messing with them,

    • Constance says:

      What they have done in Seattle and California is send teams around the city and sign up all the homeless and drug addicts for ballots sent to one address in the parts of the city they want to overwhelm with Lib votes. They fill out the ballots when they arrive and they also offer a free food party to people who just show up and give them a ballot. Then the mail them at the last second and wait. This ballot harvesting has been challenged but found legal in California so this year Republicans set up ballot drop locations in gun stores, churches and other places where conservatives frequent and plan their own harvested ballot dump. Apparently the state demanded to know the names of voters who had dropped their ballots off to Republicans and the Republicans replied that they will not supply lists of people who frequent church or gun stores. Should be interesting.

  37. Dora says:

    Love It!

  38. swanspirit says:

    What fear looks like in WV.
    https://www.balloon-juice.com/2020/10/24/be-ready/

    Just looking at the numbers, I think things are going to be worse than I expected this fall with Covid. Again, I’m no epidemiologist, statistician, or anyone particularly bright, but I thought we would hit our summer peaks somewhere around Thanksgiving, but it looks like we are BLOWING right the fuck through that. I had also sort of expected that the fall numbers would be fueled by college students, and it doesn’t seem that is the case, either.

    So I think things are going to be far worse that I even imagined they would be in idiot nation, and I would recommend that each of you, if you can, buy dried beans and staples and be prepared for a brutal few months. If you take meds, talk with your doctor about getting a three-six month prescription. I think it is going to be very, very bad, and I don’t think anyone is prepared.

    And there look to be a lot of superspreader ready events going on now and soon to come- voting, trick or treating, and then the holidays. It’s going to be ugly and we’re not a serious people.

    Speaking of not serious people- this is the annual homecoming in my small town. The college cancelled it and moved it all online, yet a couple dozen alums from my peer group decided to come back and get together. They’re staying at local hotels and Oglebay resort, and a house in town, and just partying and being irresponsible as fuck. I’ve called them all out, and have deadbolted the doors on my house for the first time since living here. None of the people who stay with me are back because I told them all in June it was out of the question until there was a vaccine.

    They toilet papered my car and trees last night for being a party pooper.

    Again, grown ass adults with full time jobs who should know better.

  39. taw46 says:

    omg, I am so jealous!

  40. taw46 says:

    First the Lumberton NC rally, now Ohio coming up next. Then WI.

    • Constance says:

      All these massive rallies and no reports of Covid super spreader problems. You know if there were any problem it would be reported.

  41. Mothy67 says:

    Uncle Tom!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    I would buy not rent.
    I opted to buy because you all gave thumbs up. So glad I bought I can share.

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