The Weekend of November 13-14, 2021

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192 Responses to The Weekend of November 13-14, 2021

  1. Dora says:

    Good Morning.

  2. swanspirit says:

    Love love love the Rockies. Spent some time not far from there, many years ago. Hiked across the Great Divide, from Boulder, and Nederland to Lake Granby. Swam skinnydipping, in Lake Granby. Just beyond beautiful. The water in the lake was crystal clear, and cold!

  3. DeniseVB says:

    Cute giggles…… 😀

  4. DeniseVB says:

    The Daily Mail’s Paris Hilton Wedding, yummo 😉

    • jadzia1971 says:

      Her dress was beautiful and her husband appears to be neither a playboy nor a bum. Who would’ve thought that Paris Hilton, of all people, would bring the classy?

      • Mothy67 says:

        After listenning to her comments and testimony regarding her reform school stint I was quite impressed by the woman. She crafted a public persona that brought her tens of millions and got to shame mommy and daddy in the process. Her drug and alcohol exploits were no different than many in her age and she never succumbed to it fully. She was a teen imprisoned in an awful situation and had the courage to speak in court about it. I applaud her to an extent. Would love to watch a sit down with Tucker.

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  6. DeniseVB says:

    Joe’s just a Union puppet.

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  8. votermom says:

    school boards are raising armies to enforce their policies. That’s not hyperbole. Officers from the Round Rock Independent School District (RRISD) Police Department recently arrested two parents.

    The arrests followed two separate incidents, CBS-affiliate KTVN reported. In the first case, Dustin Clark, a father and retired Army Captain, told the board that it was illegal for them to pass an unlawful tax increase while district police arbitrarily locked parents out of the meeting. In the second, Jeremy Story, a minister and father of seven, produced evidence that the board had covered up an alleged assault by the superintendent, Hafedh Azaiez, against a mistress. Story was physically prevented from finishing his remarks by police officers operating under orders from the school board president and the superintendent.

    The day after the district claims they received Story’s formal legal grievance, he and Clark were simultaneously arrested at their homes, KTVN reported. Both were charged with “disorderly conduct with intent to disrupt a meeting” and jailed overnight at the Williamson County Jail. When NBC-affiliate KXAN asked both the Round Rock board and the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office why a warrant was issued for the two parents instead of a citation, they referred reporters to the RRISD Police Department, even though court documents show the sheriff’s office was the arresting agency. In short, a school district’s police department coordinated with the sheriff’s department to arrest parents at their homes under orders from a school board.

    • Mothy67 says:

      Thankfully brat’s school has not gone full woke, but there are instances. I was talking to some of the girls. They had zero knowledge that there was more to the Civil War than the issue of slavery. We had conversations about state’s rights and how it can’t be viewed without looking at it in historical context. The idea that states were more like independent countries than what we have today was foreign to them. Most people did not own slaves and many who fought as Confederates did so against DC and not in the name of slavery.
      I believe Lee was opposed to the practice. School (at least here) way over simplifies. I got them to ask themselves lots of questions about “white privilege”. Very few actually owned people. A who race is judged on the actions of a few of the landed gentry. Wasn’t the miner who created Jim Crow it was the political class. The children of a nurse and a mechanic are supposed to feel guilt about a condition created by our betters? Progressivism is a religion for those who believe in nothing, not even science as they alterit to suit their agenda. Just like Christianity utilizes Original Sin proggies use Climate change and White Guilt to control the masses. CNN and MSNBC know they lie but it is a holy undertaking to corral the unwashed. Pukes.

      • elliesmom says:

        If schools could teach kids just one thing in history class, it should be whoever pays for something gets to control it. Teens understand it very well in the parent/child relationship, and that’s why so many kids find ways to earn some money of their own. But it’s true in our relationship with government, too. The more we expect government to pay for, the more they get to control. The irony is in the government’s case, it’s controlling us with our own money. But most of the problems we’re facing today are because we send the government money and cede control to them over important issues- like education, medical care, communications, scientific research. . .

    • Woke Lola says:

      That’s fucked up and dangerous. Cannot believe this is America.

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      What’s up with insane female politicians?

      • Constance says:

        The stupid manipulated female politicians are a gimmick that is popular with whoever seeks total power. People perceive women as less of a threat. Women can get a lot further down the road of complete take over before anyone will call them out. But each and everyone of these female mouthpieces has a male behind her plotting the takeover. Of course there are intelligent women but those sorts are not attractive to the Cabal.

        • jadzia1971 says:

          I am full of despair. Once one European country does this, the rest will do the same thing. No, I am NOT going to give in and neither is the H man. But just three months of exclusion from society has taken a toll. I am so depressed. It is such an effort to put on an “everything’s OK” performance for the kids every single day when honestly, I don’t want to get out of bed at this point.

          • Mothy67 says:

            It brings me Joy when Jadzia posts in what is here the very early hours. I get to imagine the world from your perspective. Can be fun and enlightening. So if you need to stay in bed ( for a short spell) please bring laptop/phone under the blankets with ya.

          • jadzia1971 says:

            Ha ha already done.

  10. elliesmom says:

    I dismissed Andrew Sullivan when he got lost in Sarah Palin’s nether regions, but even a blind squirrel can find his nuts if they smell.

  11. Mothy67 says:

    I think I’ve said this before, but I think Fox should allow me to take over their programming. I would dump Niel Cavuto and replace the 4 o’clock hour with the male version of Outnumbered. Will Cain, Pete Heg (something), Sean Duffy, Lawrence Johnson. Fit, attractive, NORMAL men. Family guys far from toxic. Kind of how I see my brothers. Men on lib stations have become these self-hating drips. How can you not like Sean Duffy?
    I’d dump Bret too and give his slot to Shannon Bream. I think she does the best at doing straight news. She doesn’t seem (to me) to push her take. Bret is full of himself.

    • elliesmom says:

      What women would you add to the sofa to be “outnumbered” by your choices for men? When a woman is the only woman in a group of men, many of them behave quite differently than you might expect. Some women become much more aggressive, and some become more reticent to speak their minds, and it’s not always the ones you expect. Men also behave differently when there’s just one woman in their group. I think this would be an interesting experiment. 🙂

      • Mothy67 says:

        Rotating. What about the occasional Camille Paglia. Liberal women who aren’t progs. Tulsi Gabbard. Roseanne. Kirstie Alley. Loadsof women who’ve appeared on Tucker Today.
        Prog men always come across as angry or pathetic. Entertainment has decided most men are monsters. I think it would be refreshing to watch hea!thy guys being guys. Humor is different. Pete and Will laugh a lot on the weekend early show and still manageto discuss serious issues w/out going cuomo psycho. That dude is angry.

        • elliesmom says:

          It’s interesting to watch how the women treat the men on Outnumbered. Some guys bring out competitiveness, others get the protective, maternal reaction. Sometimes the women get flirtatious. It’s often easy to pick out which of the women are used to working with mostly men and which ones mostly women. The only person I ever saw do a good job of interviewing Roseanne was Candace Owens. There was mutual respect between the two women that’s missing when Roseanne interacts with men. Judge Jeanine Pirro is good at cutting through the crap with guys. Tammy Bruce isn’t. Tucker turns on the “boyish charm” when he has women on his daytime show that’s missing when he has a guy on. I was surprised at it at first, but then I remembered his “bowtie” days. He had fun flirting with Kirstie Alley.

  12. swanspirit says:

    Is it just me, or is there a resemblance between the wedding dress from Diamonds Are A Girls Best Friend, and Paris Hilton’s wedding dress?

    • votermom says:

      You’re right. I love the style of the top – my wedding dress was similar, but in off-white and with narrow skirt

    • Mt.Laurel says:

      My first thought was Princess Grace’s gown with that neck line and the long sleeves with lace but with the more artistic/ethereal look of the wedding dress she wore in High Society. Either way is an beautiful update of a classic look and perfectly fit.

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  15. votermom says:

    This is cool – if you know anyone with trouble swallowing, encourage them to do hamstring stretches before eating.

  16. lyn5 says:

    h/t Angie

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    h/t Angie

    • lyn5 says:

      What if …

      • foxyladi14 says:

        And there are millions of them.

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  20. helenk3 says:

    dem piss boys at work. no longer work for America, just clean up the dem shit

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  22. Mothy67 says:

    My local grocery store which is yuuuge just installed more self checkout. There are 12 self and only 9staffed with a cashier. Must mean they will save more even with theft than it costs to staff. 15 an hour times 12 plus tax and benefits.

    • elliesmom says:

      Self checkouts have cameras built into them. Most people don’t steal a jar of peanut butter on purpose, and a store does save enough money on the cashier to cover honest mistakes. It’s harder to steal a significant amount of groceries at a self-checkout thsn it looks.

      • swanspirit says:

        When I am finished shopping, and lifting everything into my cart, and then lifting everything from the cart onto the conveyor belt, I am done working. I don’t want to have to swipe everything, and bag it, before I then lift it into my cart, so I can lift it into my car, carry it from the car, and then put it away. Having someone else swipe it and bag it, is a brief but welcome respite, from the chore of shopping. I like the human interaction as well.

        Perhaps if there were some incentive for self service checkout , I might be motivated, but not checking out and not bagging my own groceries, is fine with me.
        Since I started getting delivery on a partially regular basis, I am even less motivated, to do more at the grocery store. 😎

        • foxyladi14 says:

          A lot of us feel that way.

        • elliesmom says:

          It’s been over 4 years since I’ve been inside a grocery store. If delivery service stopped, I swear I’d advertise to find someone to pay to go for me every week. I used to think I liked to do the grocery shopping, but that wasn’t it. I liked the time away from the house by myself. Not an issue since the kids grew up. A lot of my friends have tried delivery, and some of them never go back to the store again, but some people try the free trial period and go back to shopping in the store. The “Ladies Who Lunch” think the difference isn’t based so much on whether you need to see things before you buy them like some people say, but on how disciplined you are about not going to the store more than once a week. If you’re a “I’ll just run in and pick up a few things” grocery shopper, or like to decide what’s for dinner tonight, then delivery will drive you nuts, but if you’re a person who makes a list, sticks to it and puts things you run out of on your next list instead of running out to get it, then delivery is made for you.

        • Mt.Laurel says:

          I started doing a mix of delivery and instore years ago after surgeries where I could not lift heavier items especially up flights of upstairs. Got into the habit of using delivery more and more when I had others to care for and decided I prefer to plan for the week and then just pick up items that are not available from delivery or were out of stock. It has worked well and I waste less. These past few months I have had to travel far and wide seeking out canned cat food so twice a month I make a list of things I need to look for in person and head out. Much of the time I do use self serve if I run out at lunch time and its a work from home day as they rarely have the express isles open unless it peak hours . At my stores they have one or two people manning the self check out so they can respond quickly to quirks in the system so you still get some face time with the staff. If traffic is not horrid and I stop after work on in-offices days, I do not have to be anywhere or get back home to take work emails/calls so I use the full service and just people watch while I wait.

        • jadzia1971 says:

          “Bag your own” has always been a thing in France and I hate it. The only exception is Costco, which does it the American way! God, I love me some Costco.

      • 1539days says:

        I’m dubious, but the theory is cashiers steal more than the shoppers.

        • swanspirit says:

          That is entirely possible. When my son was working in loss prevention,at Marshall’s, he found the managers were doing major theft, on a regular basis. They would have friends come in and shop, but when they went to check out, one of the managers would man the register, and only ring up a few things. They removed the shoplifting tags from everything, and no one was the wiser, until my son caught them.

    • Miranda says:

      I like self-checkouts. I’m faster and better at checking myself out and bagging my groceries than the employees. I can use fewer plastic bags too.

      • 1539days says:

        I miss plastic bags. Cuomo manages to get that through on his way out.

      • lateblum says:

        I didn’t like the concept of self-checkout because I thought it was a way to eliminate employees. But when I noticed the chatty checkout people at my local stores, and it was taking me such a long time just waiting to check out the measly few items I was purchasing, I became a fan. And also, the baggers who toss the items Willy-nilly into bags that I then have to re-bag cost me added time. So, I now use self checkout most of the time. And there is always a store employee to assist if and when the scanners need rebooting or something isn’t scanning correctly.
        I’ve become a fan.

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  25. DeniseVB says:

    Great idea ! (This is a school in California)

  26. helenk3 says:

    when they have the man on the street interviews on Jesse Waters, I cringe. how did our young get so dumb? How did they get through high school? part of me wants to cry for our future

  27. helenk3 says:

    this song makes me smile. one of the conductors on metrolink played the guitar. I asked him if he knew this song. he said he had never heard it.I told him he was I sent him an e-mail with a youtube of it. He learned to play iand played it over the phone for me one night at work

  28. lyn5 says:

    h/t Angie

  29. Dora says:

    Good Morning Everyone. I love Michael Flynn, but I’m not sure about this.


    Michael Flynn says of the US: ‘We have to have one religion’

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    • Cisco says:

      Goofball, embarrassing.

      • swanspirit says:

        I wonder who is paying him off. Maybe they promised him some perks for the church? I trust this ” pope” about as far as I can throw a piano.

        • Mt.Laurel says:

          I think someone should explain to him he can’t take it with him and its been eons since anyone bought that indulgence scam to cover up suspicious payments so he might as well get used to the idea he sold his soul and is headed an extreme climate of a different sort for scheming to bring down the church and all other religions that do not pay homage to the false gods of the globalists and supporting the enslavement and decimation of mankind. 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥

  31. Dora says:

    Bannon was ordered to turn himself in tomorrow morning. I hope Navarro is going to fill in for him on Warroom.

    Interesting times are upon us.


    VIDEO: MSNBC Hack Calls Steve Bannon a “Gladiator for Fascism” Who Wants “To Write His Mein Kampf in Prison” Because he Supports Election Integrity

  32. Dora says:

    America is a nation operating on mutually agreed laws passed by congress.

    Mandates are the tools of dictators.

  33. helenk3 says:

    what are the odds the msm piss boys will say they were wrong and that they are sorry about it?

  34. helenk3 says:

    I so want her to make that 70th jubilee celebration next year. It would be historic and she deserves it.

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  36. lyn5 says:

    It’s the reason Dems like open borders.

  37. lyn5 says:

    SMFJBH …

  38. Constance says:

    This is a very interesting article from Brian Cates Telegram page. It discusses evidence of voter fraud that is supposed to go before the Supreme Court. It is regarding an interview with Dr Frank.

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    Julie Kelly @julie_kelly2: Yes please lecture more about indulging in lies and conspiracies.

  41. helenk3 says:

    now if more of the republicans would grow a backbone and stand up to the dems, we could be on the way to a free country again

  42. elliesmom says:

    A friend asked me to do something for her this week. It wasn’t something I really wanted to do, but I said I would. It took me a couple of hours. She said she’d drop by to pick it up around 2 today. She called me at noontime today and said she’d changed her mind so I shouldn’t do it. Anyone who knows me knows I’m not a procrastinator. It’s been ready for her since Friday. She said she was sorry she wouldn’t be here because she was hoping I’d let her steal some of the chicken stew from my freezer. I told her I’d already eaten all of it, which isn’t true, but I lie better on the phone than I do face to face. 🙂 Rather than say something I’d regret later, I “cooked it off” today. The house smells like bolognese sauce and chocolate, which go together surprisingly well. Chianti goes well with chocolate, too.

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    h/t Angie

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  47. helenk3 says:

    the Babylon Bee CEO Seth Dillon has a new book the Babylon Bee on Wokeness. sounds like it would be a great Chrismas Present for friends who like humor

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  52. helenk3 says:

    need to rant now

    an Amtrak train hit a truck that was on the tracks. the train did not leave the tracks to hit the truck. the way the news is framing it , it is the train’s engineer’s fault. the driver of the truck, claims he was driving alongside the tracks and did not see anything, he is deaf in one ear so he did not hear the whistle. he turned onto the tracks in front of the train.The train could not stop in time and hit his truck cutting it in half. Not one word about the engineer following all the safety rules and the passengers who had to be upset. they do this every damn time. THE TRAIN DOES NOT LEAVE THE TRACKS TO HIT VEHICLES AND IN CASE OF TIES THE TRAIN WINS.
    over the years I have lost engineer friends due to train-truck incidents. when will the public ever understand tracks are for trains.

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  56. jadzia1971 says:

    So Austria has just voted in lockdowns (ie house arrest) for the unvaccinated (25-30 percent of the population) only. How do they not realize that this isn’t a good look, historically speaking?

    I suspect I will be under house arrest by Christmas. Pray for us if you do that, folks. My career is going amazingly great. Other than that, I am not doing well.

    • 1539days says:

      The US is vaccinating little kids now. Cases are not going down, probably because the vaccine keeps crapping out after 6 months. They’re close to authorizing “mix and match” so if the side effects of one vaccine doesn’t get you, maybe another one will.

      My career is getting beat up by my hellish HR department. Even if the courts block the OSHA BS, the White House is ignoring them. I’m seriously considering taking the unpaid vacation my company is threatening us with instead of reporting my “status.” By next year, I may be subjected to weekly testing.

      • jadzia1971 says:

        Jesus. Color me naive, but I am truly shocked that the Biden Administration is so brazenly defying the courts. I don’t remember, in my adult life, seeing another administration be so open about it.

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