The Weekend, November 6-7, 2021

Mountain Fork River, Beavers Bend State Park, Oklahoma

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213 Responses to The Weekend, November 6-7, 2021

  1. DeniseVB says:

    The communists won last night passing infrastructure bill,

    • Anthony says:

      Many from New York, including Nicole Maliotakis. Motherfuckers.

      • DeniseVB says:

        Why Nicole, Why? She reps Staten Island, the only red bastion in NYC.

        • Somebody says:

          Reasons why they voted for infrastructure? That bill is full of largesse mostly for blue states. Those reps know they are not long for their seat so maybe they worked a little something out for themselves??

          Many of them are in blue states that are losing congressional districts. My understanding is the states controlled by democrats intend to redistrict in a way that eliminates republican districts and maintains Democrat districts.

          On the flip side in republican controlled states where many are adding districts they are not playing by the same smash mouth rules. There are several states where they could split urban areas, adding in suburban and rural to create a strong R plus 10 district, but they are not responding in kind to blue state democrat action🙄🙄 Defeat from the jaws of victory🙄🙄 The R’s have the ability to add 15 seats via redistricting, at least 10 of them R plus 8 to 10% , so safe seats. The state legislatures are drawing up the new districts and from what I heard those legislatures controlled by R’s don’t want to be mean, don’t want to be like the democrats. They want to be bipartisan🙄

        • foxyladi14 says:

          Bribery! 😡

          • lateblum says:

            That’s exactly what I heard yesterday. Pelosi and her crew were bribing the hell out of the holdouts. . . including many Rs. Shameful.
            This is as much about patriotism and the citizenry as the Covid vax mandates are about public health.

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  2. DeniseVB says:

    8 died at this music festival yesterday in Houston. Animals…….

  3. Dora says:

    Good Morning.

    • elliesmom says:

      That’s a very interesting collection of data. If you’re not a “math person”, don’t be put off by all of the graphs. The text is very clear to understand. It’s basically a comparison of the adverse effects of the covid-19 vaccines and the flu vaccines, and some interesting discussion about how the adverse effects are connected to a limited number of batches of the vaccine.

      • 1539days says:

        Basically, there could be a quality control issue, but since the governments have been obsessed with “Vaccine is perfect, Vaccine is God” they didn’t even consider there could be manufacturing or production issues.

    • Mt.Laurel says:

      Very timely as I am currently working on my monthly Covid summary report although the state does not provide information on lot numbers/batches I have wondered if there were, due to the exacting requirements for proper storage, “spoiled” doses distributed and even administered through carelessness, stupidity, avarice and/ or design.

      This data seems to indicate that it is possible that normal distribution patterns were ignored and bad batches sent to the widest area possible to help mask that fact they should have been destroyed. Or worse.

  4. DandyTIger says:

    Remember to set your clocks back one hour tonight. Technically daylight savings time ends at 2am Sunday morning when it goes back to 1am. So if you want to be exact, stay up to set it back. 🙂

    • elliesmom says:

      The doggies get more messed up about their sleeping habits in the fall at least from my perspective. They usually get me up at 6 am, and tomorrow that will be 5 am, but it’s not the clock that wakes them up. It’s the sunrise and/or hunger. So while I’m supposed to be gaining an hour of sleep at 2 am, I will be awakened at 5 am instead of 6. It will be a couple of weeks before I work it out because they aren’t changing. In the spring 5 am will become 6 am again, and I will get to sleep later again. They would prefer I use a sundial.

    • Anthony says:

      Great night to go bar hopping

  5. helenk3 says:

    https://thenationalpulse.com/news/biden-state-department-unable-to-help-u-s-citizens-escape-war-stricken-ethiopia/

    I want every dem gone, I want that party to be like the whig party gone. How many Americans will die because they hate trump more than they love this country and its citizens

    • lateblum says:

      I don’t know why anyone expects the Biden gang to help US people in Ethiopia. Look what happened to “Americans in Afghanistan when the entire world was watching.
      Bastards.

  6. helenk3 says:

    https://redstate.com/scotthounsell/2021/11/06/the-fbi-just-admitted-something-terrifying-and-no-one-seems-to-be-noticing-n470901

    good question here. here, there and everywhere there is a riot , the FBI seems to be there

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    thread!

    • lateblum says:

      I just saw PBS advertising that Hannah Nicole-Jones will be featured on one of their programs this month!!! Tada!!!
      I’m so glad I stopped donating to them years ago. because I’d have to write telling them to cancel my “membership”, request my year’s donation be refunded, and then tell them what they can do with her 1619 Project.

      • elliesmom says:

        Elliesdad loved CarTalk. We even went to see Click and Clack live. When they were no longer recording new shows, I bought him the newest mug, tee shirt, and dvd and cancelled our subscription. I had given up listening to NPR long before, and CarTalk was the only thing he listened to.

        • lateblum says:

          I LOVED listening to Car Talk! One time, when I had my only Honda, there was a problem that “no one had heard of before”. Yet, one Sat morning, I heard a discussion about that very same problem while I was driving and the next week, I took the car in, described what I had heard and bingo! The mechanic tried the solution I’d heard and my car worked like new again.
          For a while I was also an avid listener to Wait, Wait, Don’t Tell Me. A friend and I attended two of their live shows. It was great fun. While the program lasted an hour, the recording sessions were 3 and 4 hours long. Those were when W was in office and I was still drinking the kool aid. NPR is the first station set in my FM list in my car. I never listen to it. It’s merely there to virtue signal the Subaru maintenance department. lol

          P.s. I had the Car Talk mug, tee shirt, and book. I still have the book. I loved those guys, too.

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    https://www.aier.org/article/vaccine-authoritarianism-explained/

    Disclosure: I am vaccinated against Covid-19. So allow me to inoculate myself from any charges that I am an ‘anti-vaxxer.’ I am not. Yet, I join millions of people worldwide who are unsettled by vaccine mandates like those issued from the Biden Administration and from states like California. First, we should ask whether the mandates make sense from a public health perspective. Then, if not, we want to try to make sense of why authorities would double down on measures with such weak public health justification.

  11. helenk3 says:

    this looks interesting

    • elliesmom says:

      It’s an interesting flavor combination. I like both bananas and orange with some chocolate. The only thing I’d say negative about it is the amount cleanup. Immersion blender and bowl. food processor, hand mixer and bowl, rolling pin and board, and cutting board. Probably 3 times longer to cleanup after than it took to make. 🙂

      • Mt.Laurel says:

        LOL
        I feel better now because I wondering if it was a lot of cleanup or if I am out of practice so it just seemed like a lot.

        On the upside, those are ingredients I would often have on hand to fix something on short notice and it would travel well.

      • jadzia1971 says:

        I had a cooking experience like that last night. Made couscous for dinner (which involves SO MUCH CHOPPING) and then pre-made vegetable lasagna (which involves SO MUCH CHOPPING and separately cooking a bunch of stuff before assembly) right after. The kitchen looked like a bomb had hit it.

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    Lock Him Up!

    ==

    Fauci is an INHUMANE MONSTER who ran horrifying medical experiments on black children – Robert F. Kennedy Jr. with Mike Adams

    https://xyz.frankspeech.com/article/fauci-inhumane-monster-who-ran-horrifying-medical-experiments-black-children-robert-f

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  19. DeniseVB says:

    Kamala asks a question……

    • Cisco says:

      Just plain “intercourse” her.
      Effing waste of space.
      NASA, wants to explore space and land on Mars, to visit the Chinese who will have landed there before us because there not measuring trees.
      Eviorment all justice,
      I want to list paper justice, getting harder to find, hoarding again I suspect

    • foxyladi14 says:

      What a Mess! 🙄

  20. lyn5 says:

    h/t Angie

  21. votermom says:

    Let’s go Farton!

  22. Mt.Laurel says:

    Well evidently there was not enough moaning from the progressive bots about the little jaunt Bezos gave Captain Kirk so they sent Forest Gump out with what looks suspiciously like an exaggerated, if not outright made up, humble brag that Shatner only got to go because Hanks would not pay for his own ticket.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10162669/Tom-Hanks-says-Jeff-Bezos-invited-space-paid-28MILLION.html#comments

  23. 1539days says:

    Fauci is a one trick pony. Apparently, he tried to block AIDS drugs in the hopes of getting a vaccine to work.
    https://www.huffpost.com/entry/whitewashing-aids-history_b_4762295

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    Hope these Democrats burn in hell.

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  28. swanspirit says:

    Now here is something Interesting. Damn the HOAs, full chicken coops ahead!

    https://apnews.com/article/election-2021-maine-right-to-food-605019e60df5b3e32bc70c86dcf957b3?fbclid=IwAR3eSIdPp7yIzhQ-V8o07SijysiNUnCaklWXZDKClBeGBaO66U6D7mH0w_Q
    Maine passes nation’s 1st ‘right to food’ amendment
    By PATRICK WHITTLE
    November 3, 2021
    PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Maine voters passed the nation’s first “right to food” constitutional amendment on Tuesday.

    A statewide referendum asked voters if they favored an amendment to the Maine Constitution “to declare that all individuals have a natural, inherent and unalienable right to grow, raise, harvest, produce and consume the food of their own choosing for their own nourishment, sustenance, bodily health and well-being.” It was an experiment not tried before by any state.

    Supporters used the campaign to make the case the amendment would ensure the right to grow vegetables and raise livestock in an era when corporatization threatens local ownership of the food supply. They positioned the amendment as a chance for Mainers to wrestle control of the food supply back from large landowners and giant retailers with little connection to the community.

    Opponents cast the drive as deceptively vague. They also said it represented a threat to food safety and animal welfare, and could encourage residents to try to raise cows in their backyards in cities like Portland and Bangor.
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    Maine passes nation’s 1st ‘right to food’ amendment
    By PATRICK WHITTLE
    November 3, 2021
    FILE- Chickens follow Heather Retberg at her family’s farm, Sept. 17, 2021, in Penobscot, Maine. On Tuesday, Nov. 2, 2021, Maine voters will decide whether to pass the nation’s first “right to food” constitutional amendment. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty, File)
    PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Maine voters passed the nation’s first “right to food” constitutional amendment on Tuesday.

    A statewide referendum asked voters if they favored an amendment to the Maine Constitution “to declare that all individuals have a natural, inherent and unalienable right to grow, raise, harvest, produce and consume the food of their own choosing for their own nourishment, sustenance, bodily health and well-being.” It was an experiment not tried before by any state.

    Supporters used the campaign to make the case the amendment would ensure the right to grow vegetables and raise livestock in an era when corporatization threatens local ownership of the food supply. They positioned the amendment as a chance for Mainers to wrestle control of the food supply back from large landowners and giant retailers with little connection to the community.

    Opponents cast the drive as deceptively vague. They also said it represented a threat to food safety and animal welfare, and could encourage residents to try to raise cows in their backyards in cities like Portland and Bangor.

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    Sen. Craig Hickman, a Democrat and longtime supporter of the amendment, said he was “inspired this legislative session by the amount of bipartisanship that went into this amendment.” He also said the measure resonated with Maine voters.

    The Maine Legislature previously approved the proposal by a wide margin, but it also needed the approval of voters.

    “It’s always a good idea to secure and protect an individual right in the world we live in. Food is life,” said Hickman. “I don’t understand why anyone would be afraid of saying so out loud in the constitution.”

    The proposed amendment was the result of effort by members of the state’s food sovereignty movement. The movement includes small farmers, raw milk fans, libertarians, liberals and anti-corporate activists who all feel local communities should have more of a say in the future of the food supply.

    Maine enacted a food sovereignty law, the nation’s first of its kind, in 2017. That law allows local governments to OK small food producers selling directly to customers on site. Other states around the country have passed similar laws in the years since Maine passed its law.

    The Maine Farm Bureau, the largest farming advocacy group in the state, opposed the new constitutional amendment. The group’s leader said Tuesday the bureau respected the will of voters.

    “Maine Farm Bureau is prepared to support Maine farmers as this amendment is enacted and, as always, stands clear in its resolve to protect and embrace food safety and animal welfare as a standard for all Mainers,” said the bureau’s executive director, Julie Ann Smith.

    • elliesmom says:

      This is almost as big a deal as the 2nd.

    • gram krakka says:

      Will Maine’s state constitutional amendment be upheld if challenged based on Commerce Clause?

      FDR’s policies prolonged the Great Depression and paved the way for loss of state’s and individual’s rights.

      The current Brandon administration wants to be this century’s FDR. Just like in the 1930s Communism and Socialism appeals to some segments of today’s society. Pray it doesn’t take WWIII to wake up the woke to the nightmare of Communism.

      https://www.monroenews.com/story/opinion/columns/2021/05/18/wickard-v-filburn-1942-step-too-far/5127813001/

      • elliesmom says:

        If people are growing food for their own use, there is no commerce. I think this is aimed at the places that prohibit people from growing vegetables in their front yard instead of grass and places that prohibit folks from having a couple of chickens or a goat. One of my friends lived in a condo complex that fined her for putting string beans in a long window box. They were pretty with red blossoms, and no one noticed until she offered some beans to a neighbor who turned her in. As they say, “No good deed goes unpunished”.

        • lyn5 says:

          Ef that neighbor.

        • Mt.Laurel says:

          I would not be surprised to find that the tattletale neighbor breaks far more rules but no one ever calls them out because they are a pain in the butt and no one wants to deal with their crazy.

        • jadzia1971 says:

          According to Wickard v. Filburn, a New Deal-era case on which the government continues to rely, there IS commerce from growing food for your own use. Why? Because by growing your own food, you aren’t buying (wheat was the case, but would also apply to vegetables or whatever) food products placed in interstate commerce and thus the law is interfering with said commerce (especially if lots of people are growing their own food) and the Commerce Clause is violated.

          https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wickard_v._Filburn

    • Cisco says:

      Terrific news to start my day👍

  29. lateblum says:

    Here’s another for Helen. I wish I knew how to post just the picture.
    It’s a beauty! Even better when you tap the picture to fill the screen❣️

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  31. Mothy67 says:

    What fresh hell will be opened by giving hundreds of thousands in reparations to families separated at the border? Why not write a check to parents separated from kids who went to jail for small possession under federal drug guidelines? How do you deny AA reparations while giving up to a million per family to people in the country illegally.

  32. lyn5 says:

    Oh, FJB!

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  34. taw46 says:

    More Melania and why she was presented with an award last night.

  35. helenk3 says:

    was he even missed?

  36. helenk3 says:

    I had never heard of this guy until the concert in Houston. Why would anyone book him , look at his history? he is a real nutcase

    https://nypost.com/2021/11/07/travis-scott-concerts-known-for-violence-reports-show/

  37. helenk3 says:

    https://thehill.com/homenews/sunday-talk-shows/580445-senate-gop-campaign-chief-says-he-will-help-murkowski-against

    I am very very disappointed by this. murkowski and collins were mccain groupies.

  38. helenk3 says:

    https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/did-fed-just-set-stock-market-crash

    do not have any stocks or bonds , but thought this would be a must-read for those who do

    • Mt.Laurel says:

      I have no stocks or bonds either and all I ever inherit are bills and homeless pets and poor aging aunties but it appears they want to crash housing and retirement plans and a few other things and this is always a good place to start the domino effect.

  39. helenk3 says:

    https://townhall.com/columnists/kevinmccullough/2021/11/07/he-has-nothing-but-contempt-for-you-n2598702

    thanks dems and may you rot in hell. as long as they are in office this is our future

  40. lyn5 says:

  41. lyn5 says:

    thread

    • Cisco says:

      The LieMedia has long surpassed being the 4th estate, but have devolved into the 5th column.

    • lyn5 says:

      IMissMax @IIMissMax

      So how do you convince people that live eat and breath this media for hours every day?

      kareem abdul james carr @carrtmannnn

      Convince them of what? That we should care about Hunter Biden’s emails?

      Meanwhile you guys suck down deworming meds instead of getting vaccinated.

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    • lyn5 says:

      The anti-Invermectin people are such dumb asses.

      • lateblum says:

        Frankly, I think those who are making the greatest scene about the Aaron Rodgers/Joe Rogan/Ivermectin are envious that they “did what they were told to do” like good little soldiers and suffered adverse effects from headaches to death and will now require additional “boosters” again and again. Their envy is almost visible.

  42. lyn5 says:

    I support the Bad Girls–Lauren and Marjorie–and Save America, but I’m giving more to the Jan6 political prisoners and their GiveSendGo general fund. Also, gave to Tom and Sharon Caldwell who were on the grounds but never entered the Capitol. Tucker interviewed the couple on Nov. 4.

    • lyn5 says:

      Tom was arrested because someone called him Commander in a Facebook DM. The FBI knew nothing about him and lied that Tom was the head of Oathkeepers and planned the Jan6 “attack.” Tom was a retired Navy commander and also was an FBI analyst for a year. Held a top secret clearance since 1979.

  43. helenk3 says:

    John Rathcliff on tv now about hillary and the steele documents.. If heads do not roll in high places for this , there is no justice in the country.

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    • DeniseVB says:

      During a heat wave, a lady in her 70s also with diabetes and heart failure and no a/c in her trailer. Ok, Climate Change, FFS. At least not covid 😉

      • Cisco says:

        Trailer, aluminum shell, no a/c?
        Yikes!
        And like a freezer in the winter.
        What was the temp that week?
        Cool weather, warm weather, hot weather, then cold .
        Just the seasons.

  45. DeniseVB says:

    Something nifty……..

  46. I couldn’t watch the whole thing.

  47. lyn5 says:

    For em …

  48. Cisco says:

    I miss them so very very much.
    The President of the United States & The First Lady gracious & elegant.
    Thanks for the link.
    I think after watching a couple of times I’ll let it go…

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  51. DeniseVB says:

    Anybody watching Yellowstone ? WoW, had to hold on to my chair so I wouldn’t fall out …..

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  56. helenk3 says:

    https://thefederalist.com/2020/10/06/breaking-dni-declassifies-handwritten-notes-from-john-brennan-2016-cia-referral-on-clinton-campaigns-collusion-operation/

    FBI and DNI both knew it was the Clinton campaign collusion against Trump. very sad that they become the dem’s piss boys and can never be trusted again

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