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  1. Dora says:

    Good Morning.
    Another week; another Fauci announcement.

    Is anyone else as sick of this man as I am?

  2. Dora says:

    That’s the same way they treated the virus.

  3. Dora says:

    Worst mayor ever!

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  5. DeniseVB says:

    July, 2022 opening !

  6. lateblum says:

    I wanted to say: the Chicago msm made a huge error yesterday. They reported that early Saturday or Sunday morning, a woman was beaten and then the man attempted to rape her but his efforts were thwarted by her screams. The error came when they began their description by saying he was “a black man” and added approx. height, weight, the clothing he was wearing, etc. This was early yesterday morning. I immediately wondered just how long it would take for someone to say the station was racially profiling the perpetrator and the description would be scrubbed. It took under 30 minutes. The next time the story was reported there was NO description at all. Just a warning that he was still”on the loose”. Not once did they offer any description after that. Not once.
    Shameful but predictable.

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  9. threewickets says:

    John John is a twin. But not Rebecca’s twin. The difference between the first twins and the second twins is this. Apparently getting Garbo twice, not once, makes you super creative.

  10. Dora says:

    Dr. Fauci’s Entire Career and Reputation Now Hinge On This One Video…

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  12. threewickets says:

    Gaylord Perry used to touch himself twenty times before every pitch, more when someone was on. He liked vaseline. He wasn’t the only Gaylord from Cleveland.

  13. elliesmom says:

    I can’t stay awake today. Between being tired from a busy weekend and taking allergy meds, everytime I sit down I fall asleep. I took Ellie for a walk in the rain this morning. When we got back, she smelled so nasty, I gave her a bath. That’s a big job. She smells like a pina colada now, and it tuckered her out, too. I guess we’re both going to call it a lid for today.

  14. DeniseVB says:

    For fans of The Bee 😀

  15. swanspirit says:

    NYPD HERO: Officer Sprints to Save the Life of a 4-Year-Old Girl Shot in New York’s Times Square
    posted by Hannity Staff – 5.10.21

    Three people were abruptly shot in New York City’s famed Times Square district over the weekend after dispute turned violent near 42nd Street, where a quick-thinking cop saved the life of a 4-year-old girl out toy shopping with her family.

    “This little girl is the strongest person I have ever seen,” Officer Alyssa Vogel told “Good Morning America.”

    “After that, Officer Sparta and I started searching her for other gunshot wounds, to make sure that was the only one,” Vogel said. “When it was determined that was the only one, I had the instinct to pick her up and run her to the ambulance down that block, and that’s when I sprinted with her.”

    “Obviously, they were very upset and traumatized by the whole situation. When we ran her to the ambulance the mother and the family were running right behind us. And the mother came on the ambulance with us,” Vogel said. “I just wanted to get her to the hospital. During that time my partner had yelled there was an ambulance down the block. Through my mind, I was just, she needs to get to the hospital. When there is a gunshot wound up on your thigh, there are arteries, and you didn’t know if an artery was hit or not. So I was just wanting to make sure she got to the hospital as soon as possible.”

    Watch the incredible video above.

    NYC SPIRALS: 112 Injured By Gunfire in 9 Days, Local Says ‘Haven’t Seen Anything Like This in My Life’
    posted by Hannity Staff – 7.04.20
    Violence and gunfire continued to plague New York City since anti-police protests started back in June, with authorities confirming more than 100 people have been shot in the last 9 days.

    “There have been 112 victims in 83 shootings over a nine-day period ending Saturday, according to police. Most of those shot were expected to survive, but at least six people have died in the past week and others suffered serious or critical injuries,” reports 1010Wins.

    The NYPD on Sunday released this info detailing the nine-day stretch of shootings.
    Friday, 6/19 – 8 shooting incidents with 9 victims.
    Saturday, 6/20 -18 shooting incidents with 24 victims.
    Sunday, 6/21 – 2 shooting incidents with 5 victims.
    Monday, 6/22 – 11 shooting incidents with 17 victims.
    Tuesday, 6/23 – 10 shooting incidents with 10 victims.
    Wednesday, 6/24 – 3 shooting incidents with 5 victims.
    Thursday, 6/25 – 5 shooting incidents with 8 victims.
    Friday, 06/26 – 9 incidents with 10 victims.
    Saturday, 06/27 – 17 incidents with 24 victims.

    “It has just been ridiculous how it has taken place, because we saw a serious decline over a five year period and we have working relationships to work with our police department with their community policing,” said one local leader in Brooklyn. “Now look at what we’re faced with. I have not seen anything like this in my entire life living here in New York.”
    NYC SPIRALS: 7 People Shot in 10 MINUTES in Separate Brooklyn Shootings
    posted by Hannity Staff – 6.09.20
    New York City continued to struggle with an uptick in gun crime in the wake of anti-police protests in all five boroughs, with seven people shot within 10 minutes in separate incidents in Brooklyn.

    “Seven people were wounded in three shootings just 10 minutes apart Monday night in different Brooklyn neighborhoods,” reports the NY Post. “The gunplay started at about 10:40 p.m. on Bainbridge Street near Malcolm X Boulevard in Bedford-Stuyvesant.”

    “I could see she was breathing, but she wasn’t moving,” said one eyewitness.

    “The city reported 40 shootings last week — the most in a week since 2015. In the same time period in 2019, there were 24 shootings,” adds the Post.

    This is a developing story. Check back for updates.

    • SHV says:

      ” I had the instinct to pick her up and run her to the ambulance down that block, and that’s when I sprinted with her.”
      PD officers need some basic trauma management….If that child had had a femoral artery injury, “I had the instinct..” would have likely led to the kid “bleeding out”….

      • Miranda says:

        Yeah, I wondered about that too. The shooter wasn’t still around, and the ambulance was on the way. Better to wait until trained professionals were there to move the child.

  16. swanspirit says:–CZRXdjND39GpjPaKMOjWxHzPpWBe57c

    Three Bystanders Shot in Broad Daylight in Times Square by a Man Named Farrakhan Muhammad

    Just before five o’clock on Saturday afternoon in Times Square, a man began firing randomly into the crowd, injuring three people, including a four-year-old girl. The “white supremacy is the biggest threat to our nation and we must have gun control” propaganda mill couldn’t even start its wheels turning before the perpetrator was identified as a 31-year-old illegal CD peddler and possible drug dealer Farrakhan Muhammad, who was still at large as of Monday afternoon.
    The cops thought they had nabbed the shooter when they zeroed in on a man who matched the description of the man whose image from security cameras had been circulated, but he told them he was actually the shooter’s brother, and gave them the name of the perp. It remains unclear how the NYPD determined that they weren’t really talking with the shooter himself but instead bought his story that his brother did it.

  17. Mothy67 says:

    Tucker went after fauci
    Proggies gonna be mad.

  18. Somebody says:

    First day of chemo is in the books, as is 4th day of radiation. I handled both well. I’ve been fine since I left chemo, but at 8pm I was due to take an anti-nausea medication. Who comes up with the idea to give people with nausea prone to vomiting vile, nasty tasting drugs? Seriously who thought this was a good idea? Hey boss this’ll put them over the edge and we can get the insurance company to pay for our patented IV drug🙄

    I’m holding my own, but doggone I can’t get that taste out of my mouth and I’m just a tad queasy. I was going to wait an hour to have one of the lovely chocolates Lola brought me yesterday, but they’re calling my name. I just know they’ll help get that nasty taste out of my mouth and calm my tummy.I 😉

    My BP was sky high today, so I got Ativan for the first time in my life. It helped tremendously my BP went from 229 over 95 to 160 over 70. Still high, but much better. The nurse was impressed because they had pushed a steroid drip, three one liter backs of fluid, one of which was chemo laced and 2 other pre-meds. Each of the pre-meds were a half liter. So I got 4.5 liters of fluid IV, plus drank 60 ounces was water. She said pushing that much fluid naturally raises your BP, so too do the steroids.

    I’m not going into everything tonight, I’m tired and don’t need to raise my BP again. However, what I was told today by radiation is quite different than what surgery and oncology told me last week, apples and oranges. I just kept saying that’s not what I was told, these terms, these words were never uttered. Then they have the balls to ponder why my blood pressure spiked🙄 inexplicable 🙄

    Basically there are two teams of experts, each squared off. Each time has a pathologist that agrees with them and a radiologist that agrees with them. Radiation doctors has moved into Captain’s chair and he says full steam ahead. My treatment won’t end June 9th, instead June 24th, but given the higher doses and extended time I can expect delays, so count on early to mid July.

    The first 25 days are the same either way and would be the same if I went cross country, pretty standard. It’s those last couple of weeks that deviate. Hubby and I are discussing having pathology reviewed by someone outside this facility and getting a 2nd opinion on the treatment plan.

    I’ll provide more details later. Suffice it to say, it was one heck of a start and one heck of a way to spend our 39th wedding anniversary.🤪

    I like my chemo nurse, she’s sharp and she got the IV in my vein on the first try, painlessly. Although she thinks I should have a port, especially with the sudden extension in my treatment time. She had a child with cancer too, so we have that in common. She was already an RN, but changed to an onc nurse after her experience with her daughter. She gets me, understands this isn’t my first rodeo, technically my 4th I’d you count other family members. So she doesn’t talk to me like I’m a moron🤣 She didn’t have to explain medical terms or counts or how to calculate certain things, which she seemed to appreciate. She just asked me, do you remember how to do thus, I answered and she was like A+.

    Bonus, hubby was able to be with me the entire time, that was nice! I’m driving out to the new hospital closer to my house for chemo, my radiation is in downtown JAX. They really wanted me to do chemo downtown, but hubby couldn’t be with me there. This new hospital is really nice. We get our own private space and our own TV and DVD player.

    So far, so good I had no problems at all today, hoping it stays that way🤞

  19. Mothy67 says:

    Funny the cdc says stop reporting positive cases unless hospitalized and even India drops by 80,000. Mexico is reporting a few hundred. Down from thousands. One day.

  20. lyn5 says:

    A friend applied to volunteer for the Maricopa County election audit.

    • Constance says:

      Great! They need more people. I was watching today and they do have more stations working finally. I saw one of the most efficient team leaders was gone which is odd because he is usually the first one there and the last to leave. Later he turned up with a bunch of new trainees, so that was good news. The pink shirt observers from the AZ election office are still there, they now wear shoes made for standing on a concrete floor all day like everyone else. Their process has evolved which is good because one thing they are doing is setting a new normal (and we all know how LIbs love new normals) for election audits. They have to get off the floor of the arena for a bunch of high school graduations some time this week. They did mention that there are other spaces in the building that could continue to be used for the audit during this time and that the building is available to them indefinitely after the graduations so who knows what will happen in the next few days.

      • lyn5 says:

        She’s in a group of three who applied. Sounds like resisters harass volunteers and write down their vehicle license plate numbers.

        • lateblum says:

          The audit was only one of the “Proggie talking point topics” at the Mothers Day brunch. These people are crazy. If they are so secure in the knowledge that Biden was honestly elected, they would relish the idea of an audit to prove their beliefs. But NO. They are convinced the GOP (who they think wanted to re-elect PDJT) will manufacture “bad ballots” to overturn the Biden election. And WHY they want to keep him is beyond me.
          The other gramma told me I was selfish because I won’t get the vaccine. She said I need to think of “the greater good”. I asked what greater good would be serv3d if I developed clots and died. She didn’t seem to be able to connect my past medical history to my concerns about blood clots. She only wanted to show me what a good world citizen she and her fellow vaccinated family members and friends are.
          But beyond that, it was truly a nice afternoon. 💕

          • Constance says:

            Progs! What a bunch of idiots. I’m at the point where I would really like to see a bunch of stealth ex military take out Antifa/BLM types who are caught and released repeatedly by the government.
            I had a friend I enjoy say that the AZ audit was run by Qanon.

          • lateblum says:

            That was ONE of the things I heard at brunch on Mother’s Day. And then it got worse.

          • lyn5 says:

            OMG! What idiots.

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    • DandyTIger says:

      Does she have the power to do this? Seems like she doesn’t, so curious.

      • lyn5 says:

        Wiki: “Though the ultimate executive authority over the government is still formally by and through the monarch’s royal prerogative, these powers may only be used according to laws enacted in Parliament and, in practice, within the constraints of convention and precedent. The Government of the United Kingdom is known as Her (His) Majesty’s Government.”

    • Anthony says:

      Excellent. Can she take us back and do the same?

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  24. Dora says:

    Too Late.

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