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109 Responses to Monday

  1. Dora says:

    Good Morning. Gorgeous flower!

    The next time you are in Paris, better not go to a bar!

    • lyn5 says:

      Wow! That is insane.

    • Mt.Laurel says:

      They are banning those not vaccinated from just about everything. Two of our board members are heading to Paris in a September and October. I wondered that they they would both chose a place that has been on the leading edge of crazy over lockdowns and restrictions. France almost makes Michigan look just slightly bonkers.

  2. Mothy67 says:

    Bringing this up from downstairs

    What if the Texas lawmakers story of testing positive for kung flu is just more lies? It’s up to 5 or 6 fully vaccinated. They posed for a maskless pic knowing it would be picked up and commented on then better than 5% of those aboard plane test positive in less than incubation period. harris goes to Walter Reade? Wouldn’t WH doc be able to administer a test before a jaunt to the hospital. The goal of DNC is control. Everything from the gasbags feels like a poorly written Hollywood script. People are back to living, more comes out about faux election almost daily wouldn’t shock me if this is all a ruse to get the attention back to the forever plague and away from 1/6 and election.
    The cries of Delta variant are falling on deaf ears. They try and try and try to drum up fear with the rising numbers. We are two weeks from the 4th when millions got together of course there would be some increase. I wanna see how many of the Texas fleeing grifters die or get intubated.


    • elliesmom says:

      I no longer discount conspiracy theories, but I also subscribe to Occam’s Razor. Entities should not be multiplied beyond necessity. We started the vaccine rollout just over 6 months ago. In all likelihood, these Democrats were among the first vaccinated. It’s highly likely the immunity from the vaccine starts wearing off at 5 or 6 months. That’s about how long a flu shot provides enough protection for the medical profession to declare them effective and a major reason why they recommend getting the shot in the fall and not in July.

      • Mothy67 says:

        Why pose maskless on a plane? I feel there was intent. What was it? We got vaxxed look at us being free fugitives. Pressure was mounting to drop the mandate by the likes of Rand Paul now that will be put off. Every time you don a face diaper you are reminded even if subconsciously that you are not in charge. I do not belive that my paper mask had any effect. I am an in and out type shopper so I never wore a mask for longer than ten minutes. All winter it was the same masks shoved into what ever coat I wore. There is no proof masks do a damned thing but express submission. For crying out loud France will imprison you for not wearing one in a bar. How does one imbibe with a shroud? Do people speak louder with a mask on? Would that not cause a larger area to be contaminated? These headcases have even suggested people wear masks during sex. Huh? Perhaps if you are Kamala your partner is unkown to you but most people getting their freak on are spending time breathing the same air.

        • elliesmom says:

          I think the Texas lawmakers got on the plane believing the vaccine works, and they didn’t need to wear masks. I don’t think they’re part of a conspiracy. I think they’ve been duped like most everyone else. The first testing of the vaccine began around this time last year. I think the companies have been discovering there’s a huge drop-off of effectiveness of the vaccine at about the 6-9 month point. It would explain the sudden rise in talk about “variants” in the virus, and all the discussion about which variants the vaccine might not be effective against, and also the renewed call for people to mask up and to social distance again. It also explains the hyperbolic name calling of the unvaccinated. If we add up all of the vaccinated people and the people who have natural immunity from recovering from the virus, we reached herd immunity and then some. Unvaccinated people are unlikely to be a major cause of lots of new cases. If there are upticks in the number of cases, a very reasonable assumption is the vaccine is losing its effectiveness. But that’s not the message a government trying to talk people who are reluctant to get the vaccine to hear.

    • Constance says:

      Regarding the AZ audit which Dems are trying to distract from. I’m wondering how long before Sec of State Katie Hobbs tries to turn in whoever instructed her to set up the fraudulent election for immunity. Or will she be Arkancided first. Also Fascistbook sent 3 million to AZ to “help with the election” where did it go and who has it now? How did FOX News know the election had been rigged and to call it for Biden the night of Nov 3rd?

    • Woke Lola says:

      It is highly suspicious, Mothy. If it had happened that rolling diagnoses had happened among the general public who are vaccinated, that’d be one thing. And that this is happening with everything in direct control of Democrats sets off alarm bells in my head. I have no supposition on their aim or goals, but control is definitely at the root of it.

  3. Mothy67 says:

    A priest, an imam, and a rabbit wall into a bar.
    Bartender says what will you have.
    Rabbit replies nothing I’m just here because of autocorrect.

  4. Cisco says:

    Get ready for media splodey heads.

  5. Mothy67 says:

    I saw a clip of a mother on Tucker. Her son was experiencing difficulty breathing through mask. She said it was soaked in snot. Hell I have allergies there is no way I could wear one and some claim I am an emotionally developed adult (no proof). She got a doctor’s note. School said too bad he can do remote. Wish I had been focused on the interview as I’m not sure about specifics. I believe the child has some emotional or developmental issues. Too bad he was met at the door by security and denied entrance.WTF?? He might be extreme, but all our kids are being repressed for something without proof of efficacy. Have none read poetry or listened to a love song. Breathing is not just a metaphor. We are containing, limiting a basic bodily function. A five year old? How is that interpreted? Where are the advocates. We are beaten over the head about why a kid making up it’s own gender HAS to express that belief in a bathroom, but are isolating a kid and none of the adults can see the potential damage.
    As I watched this mother desribe the ordeal my mind took a stroll down rugged ole memory lane. Granted I had a hole with a tube and was a scant bit younger, but I sort of recall not being able to freely breath. A kindergartener entering the larger world and struggled to breath. How can that not yield some negative outcomes imagine being so slight away from mommy for the first time and having your most basic function repressed. Ugh.

    • elliesmom says:

      This is a good story about how the silent majority becomes angry. The book is historical fiction, but the research is solid. The parallels between what was happening in Boston that led up to Lexington, Concord, and Bunker Hill and today are uncanny. The book is called “The Adversaries- A Story of Boston and Bunker Hill”.

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  7. lyn5 says:

    Flower Power!

  8. lyn5 says:

    I didn’t like Black Rifle Coffee.

    The Times article opens by assuring its readers that BRC’s CEO, Evan Hafer, really is a MAGA kind of guy. He voted for Trump and even believed Trump’s claims about election fraud – before he saw the light thanks to Bill Barr’s declaration that there was no fraud, gave him new faith in the system. Neither the Times nor Hafer mentions the evidence of substantial fraud in Arizona and Georgia.

    However, it was when Hafer saw the events at the Capitol that The Times says that he suddenly realized that his brand had been stolen by extremists. He won’t call it an “insurrection” because his service in the military and the CIA showed him the real deal, he was horrified to see someone with BRC’s logo … .

    • foxyladi14 says:

      from the link.
      Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell said that based on the pile of lies told by Stone-Manning, the nominee is unfit, according to Fox News.

  9. foxyladi14 says:

    😯 Dow down bigly!

    • Miranda says:

      Yeah. Not happy about that. If I have to break retirement, there will be whining 🙂

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  13. Cisco says:
    Meanwhile, thugs just killing thugs. Yea, poor kids, but it aint my community
    I gave up giving a F’K ages ago

  14. Cisco says:

    Oops, left out this.
    ELECTED? Dont make me laugh

  15. Cisco says:

    Thanks for letting me rant, love ‘ya all

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  19. threewickets says:

    As an adolescent minority (black, brown, red, pink, blue, rainbow, robot gray), it is important not to lump all the challenges of leaving childhood with whatever you think your essentialist “essence” is. You are first and foremost a human being. It is only “my world” until the age of 12. Victimhood narcissism is a stupid religion. That is not what Jesus was about.

    Political essentialism promotes stereotyping which is the gateway behavior to bigotry, and hatred is the basic ingredient required for the political triangulation practiced by the white-hooded Jesuit CIA. The fundamental Bourbon Rothschilds model of politics. Intersexional woke mumbo jumbo comes from people like Tawana Gore, not the Village Voice.

  20. Dora says:


    A few weeks ago Tom (Hubby) hurt his back while pulling down a widow.

    It hurt him for days until he finally went to the doctor.

    X-Rays showed that he had a compressed fracture.

    It had to heal on its own and would take 3 months.

    Instead of healing the pain kept getting worse.

    He couldn’t eat and lost a lot of weight.

    Anyway, this morning he was so weak and in such intense pain that I called an ambulance to take him to the hospital.

    They just left. I’m sitting here crying.

    If you all don’t mind please say a few prayers for my Hubby.

    Thank You.

  21. Constance says:

    Prayers coming your way.

  22. threewickets says:

    Absolute power doesn’t have to corrupt absolutely. History bears that out. But it helps if you are a complete and irredeemable sociopath.

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    Living blood grandchildren of Uncle Sam as far as I can make out, by age. Corrections welcome. Newman, Marilyn, Eastwood, Buffet, Kagan, Redford, Nicholson, Turner, Voight, Biden, Kerry, Trump, Hillary, Netanyahu, Epstein, Ghislaine, Clooney, Obama, Borat.

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  26. Mothy67 says:

    I think I am going to write a tell all book about my time dating Harry before MeAgain broke us up. How I stopped Trump ftom nuking Tibet.What it was like when Britney lost custody of me to a back up dancer. Why not everyday someone else is publishing a load of tosh.

  27. Dora says:

    I called the hospital a while ago.

    Tom was still in emergency being checked out.

    After going through several tests, he was – at that time- having a cat scan.

    They then have to wait for a consult I suppose that means with his doctors.

    They said he was in good spirits. That’s Tom. He talks to everybody.

    That’s all I know for now. I hope to hear more soon.

    Thank you all again.

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  29. lyn5 says:

    Mama cat brings a kitten to a baby.


    Summer wanted to show off her baby to my baby

    ♬ original sound – Pearl’s Ragdolls

  30. Angie says:


    • Mt.Laurel says:

      Reading from the bottom up on posts often causes a bit of disconnect with earlier comments. The pics and comments below on Naral and McPhlem in Virginia made me think this was a meme in support of those still debating an abortion right up to birth as the wheels on that buggy look like scissors below a trash can. And now I cannot un-see that perspective.

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  33. lyn5 says:

    Bwahahaha … but Dirty Democrats aren’t paying enough.

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  35. Mothy67 says:

    Lindsay Graham is a puke. He is acting like the border crisis is not by design.

  36. Helen Kenney says:

    i need to rant
    Just got finished watching and HULU movie MIDWAY. it was not the glitzy Hollywood movie. this was more realistic and told the stories of the real men involved. When I think of the sacrifices made by millions through the years for this great country both at home and overseas, and I see today’s democratic party I want to throw up. When did the democrats become enemies of this great country and want to destroy it? faces of AOC and the one who screws her brother are now the voices of the dem party and they are not good for America. There needs to be a clean sweep in the next election and leave no dem in any office, not even dog catcher. after all, they had a president who bragged about eating dogs.

  37. John Denney says:

    There is no question of the general doctrine that fraud vitiates the most solemn contracts, documents, and even judgments.”

    Hm, does that apply to presidential elections, too?

    • Constance says:

      If it doesn’t apply to Presidential elections then the frauds must be hounded from office like the hounded Nixon out of office and tried to hound Trump out of office. The big difference will be we don’t enjoy acting like single minded shit heads and Democrats do.

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