Friday, November 5, 2021

Roger Williams Park, Providence, Rhode Island

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131 Responses to Friday, November 5, 2021

  1. swanspirit says:

    What a beautiful place! I can imagine a wedding held there, or any celebration. Looks like a fantasy!

    • elliesmom says:

      Rogers Williams Park is a lot like a smaller version of Central Park. There’s a zoo, a natural history museum, and several small lakes. And gardens, lots and lots of gardens. It’s where my grandson and I go to count the critters in June. While the Swanboats in Boston hold a few dozen passengers, RWP has small individual pedal boats on one of the ponds. I’ve never seen a wedding there, but there are lots of beautiful spots for one. I’m sure they happen. I’ve just never been there at the right time.

  2. Dora says:

    Good Morning.

    The first thing I thought of was a wedding. It would make such a beautiful setting.

    • lateblum says:

      It IS beautiful!
      The first thing I thought of was the goose 💩. I used to go jogging in a park in Colorado Springs that was lovely, but the goose poop was everywhere. Last Sunday, g-girlie #1 played soccer in the field behind the high school. The geese and the 💩 were all over. In the end, I had to change my shoes before getting back into my car.

    • foxyladi14 says:

      Good Morning everyone.
      Thanks Denise for posting this beautiful place! ❤

  3. Anthony says:

    Thanks for the great pic! Your choices are serving as a virtual tour of every beautiful sight under the sun.

    Morning news seems to be focusing on the Durham report. HRC us sure to be photographed wandering around her property swilling out of a bottle (box?) of Chardonnay soon… Conspicuously absent is any more info on the Alec Baldwin shooting. Wonder why?

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    Not only insane, but colorblind! 🙂

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    • lateblum says:

      Who is investigating and will that person or people be thrown into the gulag for insurrection-like behavior?

  7. swanspirit says:

    Last week, Brookings, Oregon, passed a new ordinance that limits churches in residential-zoned areas to serve meals only two days a week and requires them to apply for special city permits in order to operate their soup kitchens, reports OPB.

    The city says that the new ordinance was crafted in response to concerns raised by neighbors near the local St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church about the crime and vagrancy that its homeless services were bringing to the surrounding area.

    • Miranda says:

      I sympathize with the neighbors. And the story says that they could feed from a commercial property.

  8. lateblum says:

    This is for Helen. Helen, where are you?

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    h/t Angie

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  17. 1539days says:

    This is never going to end. The US is at 70% vaccinated and now parents will be getting the jab for their elementary school kids. So, what’s next? Anyone who has a job needs to be jabbed or they’re fired. Well, my job sucks these days and I got money put away and a family history of dying early. Time for early retirement.

  18. lyn5 says:

    I’m donating to her today!

    • lyn5 says:

      MTG triggered the Democrat Spooge Monkeys. My word, they are morons . It’s no wonder they voted and cheated for FJB. Brandon is one of them.

  19. Helen Kenney says:

    Denise every day you bring beauty into our lives and I thank you for that. there are so many beautiful spots in the world that many never see

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  21. helenk3 says:

    she thinks it is funny. bid-on and the benedicts tried to destroy our energy production and we are suffering for it. but once they are gone, and they will be we can start again and be independent

  22. helenk3 says:

    he really does not know when to shut up, does he? how the hell did he get into the FBI?

  23. helenk3 says:

    this is a newsite that has both sides. why the hell would anyone block it but it is interesting who did.

  24. helenk3 says:

    we can never allow the damage to this country done by the dems to ever be forgotten and that includes the RIINOs who helped them

    • DandyTIger says:

      Jeeeebus, she’s fucking nuts. Best part, using “birthing people” in that crazy shit.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Sadly, some of her moron supporters agree with her. I have my babies in the 70s and 80. Even back then there were many choices for childbirth, being held down and tied up wasn’t one of them. I had normal deliveries, thanks to Mr. Epidural, pain free. I just can’t imagine Alyssa’s “rapey” experiences, erotic fan fiction? Was Dr. Mengele her OB?

      • DandyTIger says:

        Maybe her OB was her hero Andrew Cuomo. Or Alex Baldwin. 🙂

      • helenk3 says:

        I had my first in 1959 and my last in 1970, had natural births with no problems. what the hell is she talking about. my kids were in such a hurry to be born, the drs used to tell don’t push we almost did not make the delivery rooms. the last two were born in June during daylight savings time. the delivery rooms are kept on standard time. their birth certificates make them born 1 hour before I got to the hospital

    • swanspirit says:

      So totally attention seeking, and ” please feel sorry for me” . Please (don’t) reduce it to a headline? She is behaving very much like someone with borderline personality. disorder, with a large amount of narcissism. So yeah, she’s off the chain.

    • Mt.Laurel says:

      Maybe this is memory from another life. On another planet. In a different universe

      she was high when she delivered/experiencing DTs

      she just made it up because she is desperate for attention and the crazies never question her rather warped sense of time and place

      she goes to one of the quack therapists that deal in false memories that allow their “patients” to blame others for a fu^&%# up life

  25. lyn5 says:

    h/t Don Surder

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    Not shocking …

  27. helenk3 says:

    now, this gets me angry. maybe if you got off your ass and did your job instead of preaching CRT and white rage we would not be in this position. if you had any concept of honor you would resign

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    A little something different. We took the grandkids to see “Ron’s Gone Wrong” at the movie theater.

    If you have kids or grandkids you should take them to see it. It’s a cute and entertaining movie with a couple of excellent messages. It portrays the bad side of big tech honestly and has a good message about human interaction and friendship.

  30. helenk3 says:

    my granddaughter’s husband had covid. was in the hospital due to it. He also has bad asthma. his company has said that all employees have to be vaxxed. If he has and bad effects from the jab that he does not want, can he sue his employer?

    • Woke Lola says:

      This is a question for his attorney. I suspect he has few legal protections due to legal exemptions carved out in law. This is not legal advice and only an attorney in his state can advise him accurately.

  31. lyn5 says:

    The tech who gave me a flu shot today said the increase in local covid cases was from vaccinated people.

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    • lateblum says:

      Thanks for posting this! Charles Blow blocked me a while ago so I’d never have seen the map. This map is really a great piece of information. It’s too bad I can’t retweet it. But I *can use the information.

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    Emerald Robinson was thrown off Newsmax because of this article.


    What is Luciferase?

    How a firefly enzyme that glows might herald the end of the world

    As most of my followers on social media and Substack must know by now, I have spent a considerable amount of time the last two years trying to discover the actual ingredients of the new COVID vaccines. The reason is simple: Big Pharma has gone to considerable trouble to hide them.

    • 1539days says:

      I had a discussion with my family tonight about the mandate. Given the overall bad work environment and the low pay, I’m not planning to submit to vaccination (or possibly carcinogenic testing) on top of everything else. I’ve been in the rat race for a while and I have some money saved. My family can help with bills. My car is almost paid off, I don’t pay rent and I eat less food than I used to. I might have a tactical termination in my future.

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  37. ginainmo says:

    Wow. I’ve been watching Newsmax since that fateful night last November when FOX showed me who they really are.

    Emerald Robinson is a tireless, honest, balanced, and insightful
    DC reporter. Actually she is one of the best assets Newsmax has. This is so disappointing, I had really hoped Newsmax was “different”.

  38. lyn5 says:

    Free on prime …

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    • 1539days says:

      Dude’s gonna get cancelled.

      • lateblum says:

        I think he already has. People around here are positively gleeful that Rodgers “lied” and want the Packers to forfeit all their wins in which he was quarter back. Which, tbh, is the *only* way the Bears could’ve won the game (with a forfeit by GB). They all want him banned from football by the NFL.
        Yup. It’s all about public health. /s

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