Tuesday, November 16, 2021

Anchorage Lake Airport, Alaska

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103 Responses to Tuesday, November 16, 2021

  1. DeniseVB says:

  2. Dora says:

    Good Morning. I knew Bonapart had lived in New Jersey, but I didn’t know his estate was going to be preserved. I hope I can get to see it. I love history. 🙂


    Point Breeze, Joseph-Napoléon Bonaparte’s New Jersey Estate, Will Open to the Public

    From 1816 to 1839, Joseph Bonaparte (1768-1844), the older brother of Napoleon and King of Naples and Spain, lived in an estate named Point Breeze on Park Street and Route 206 — overlooking the Crosswicks Creek and the Delaware River — in Bordentown, New Jersey, 53 miles southwest of New York City. After invading Spain, an unreliable ally of the French Continental System’s trade blockade of Britain, French imperial forces deposed the Spanish Bourbon ruling dynasty, and Napoleon named his own brother as King of Spain in 1808.


  3. Miranda says:

    Love Alaska! One of the best trips of my life was going there with Mom in 02. She was in her first remission and felt fine. We both had a great time.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Every one I know who’s been to Alaska has loved it. What a memorable trip that was with your mom. ❤

    • taw46 says:

      I visited friends in Fairbanks in the mid 1980s, stayed there for 2 weeks. We drove around quite a bit of Alaska, it is indeed a beautiful state. It lives up to “For purple mountain majesties….”.

    • lateblum says:

      It’s the one place I absolutely regret not visiting. My brother and his wife lived there for several years. Bro was in the Air Force and was stationed there twice. The second time was at his request. My son visited him there a couple of times when he was young. He enjoyed his visits with his cousins. My parents took him with them on both his visits. I think his weeks spent in AL influenced his career in leading outdoor adventure trips. He’s been all over the world, but says his trips to AL were his favorites.

      • DeniseVB says:

        My husband went twice on fishing trips with his pals during salmon and halibut season, had the fish cleaned, packed and shipped back, figure it cost about $800/lb for that fish considering all the travel costs and lodging for a week. This was not an Off The Grid group, lol.

    • elliesmom says:

      I will never regret insisting on choosing Alaska for what would be our last vacation together. It took some convincing to get Elliesdad to agree, but he loved it, too.

      • DeniseVB says:

        Another memorable trip, Alaska seems magical that way ❤ Didn't you cruise? That's how I want to go.

        • elliesmom says:

          Yes, we cruised. If we had done the trip when we were younger, I would have liked to take the side trip to Denali, but ED wasn’t getting around well enought for that, and if I were being honest, it probably was too strenuous for me at that point, too. I did get to take a hike on a glacier.

        • Miranda says:

          We did a 10-day mostly land-based trip through Globus travel agency. We had a very nice tour bus, did some riding on the Alaska railroad, and had 2 day cruises at Valdez and Kenai peninsula. Part of the trip was to Denali, and we rode one of their buses into the park. We also crossed the Arctic circle.
          There was another cruise-based trip that went to Juneau and Ketchikan. We wanted to do that one, but Mom was never that well again.

          • DeniseVB says:

            You had the best of all worlds, I’d love the train part 🙂

          • lateblum says:

            Your trip sounds wonderful. I’d love to do a trip to Alaska even now. I wonder if my brother will ever go back there… I’ll have to ask. He lived in Anchorage on his first assignment and then he was in North Pole, Alaska fir his last.

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  4. Dora says:

    The otherization of unvaccinated people is proceeding quickly
    By Andrea Widburg

    n America, a medical ethicist says it’s fine for primary care practitioners to refuse to treat unvaccinated people. In France, older people who don’t get their boosters will be denied access to amenities. And in Austria, unvaccinated people will be confined to house arrest. For a disease with a minimal mortality rate for healthy people under 60, the race to otherize them continues unabated.


  5. Mothy67 says:

    Question about Kyle and vile MSM.
    Is the jury sequestered? I know they are usually instructed to not watch media, but how closely are those directives followed. Should the jurists ignore judge as I would be inclined to believe they would and at least one quarter of the panel detests the news are they not willfully promoting violence? Seems to me they are kindle for whatever violence takes place during the aftermath of an acquittal. They are lying and there could be loss of life and extensive property damage. How is their behavior different than falsely yelling fire in a movie theater. As members of the press are they exempt. Does blah blah blah’s rescinding of propaganda rules give them cover?

    • elliesmom says:

      The jury has not been sequestered so far. It remains to be seen whether they’ll be sequestered during deliberations. If I were on this jury, I’d be leaving the courthouse for the airport after the verdict for a few weeks in the sun on a beach out of the country.

    • elliesmom says:

      When the judge charged the jury, he told them that if they decide Kyle acted in self-defense, then their job is done. They don’t have to even talk about any of the lesser included charge because they don’t apply. The judge has already dismissed the gun charge. I don’t know if you’ve ever served on a jury, but just electing a jury foreman, and sifting through the pile of papers handed to the jury and going through the basic case (which was required on the juries I served on before we could take a vote) takes a couple of hours. Add in lunch and a verdict anytime today would be a quick response. The deliberations extending into tomorrow would be no indication they have found Kyle guilty.

    • lateblum says:

      According to the people I’ve listened to this morning, the jury has not been sequestered. Jonathon Turley is one of several who seems to think this is a mistake. And without being sequestered, I wonder how many of the jurors will be unduly influenced by the “noise” from the protestors, the news makers and the editorializing that is happening.
      I read a piece from a NPR writer that in the beginning of the article introduced Kyle as the white man who shot and killed “two unarmed and harmless men who posed him no threat”.
      I can’t handle any of this one-sided blatant bias against someone with poor judgment and the lying elitist prosecution of him in the courts and in the press.

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    Could FB be any more absurd?

  9. Dora says:

    LOL: Mike “Milquetoast” Pence Thinks He Can Take on Trump in 2024


    • DeniseVB says:

      The nomination is Trump’s if he wants it and it will be with a new VP 🙂

    • Constance says:

      Who the hell is this Alyssa Farah? The latest “leader among women” chosen by men? How did that idiot Kamala work out for them? Any woman they like and aren’t threatened by gives of primal signals to other women that she is an idiot who gives blow jobs to get ahead. Women will chose there own leaders and it’s possible they will look like Rosanne Barr or Juanita Broderick.

  10. DeniseVB says:

    Geesh……glad Andy’s on our side 🙂

  11. Dora says:

    MISDEMEANOR FROM HELL: Defiant Bannon Tells Biden He Picked The Wrong Target in Fiery Courthouse Speech.

    Washington, D.C. – A defiant Stephen K. Bannon emerged from the D.C. federal courthouse this afternoon promising to deliver Joe Biden, Merrick Garland, and Nancy Pelosi the “misdemeanor from hell” following his indictment on two counts related to an unconstitutional contempt of Congress charge.


  12. foxyladi14 says:

    from the link.
    The Left doesn’t want to punish Rittenhouse for murder. It wants to prevent others from standing up to future mobs to protect themselves. The Left rules with fear and the threat of mob action is its most potent weapon. If Americans know they can legally protect themselves from the mob, the mob will lose its power. That’s why Rittenhouse’s example is so powerful and why the Left is so angry at him.

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    Do white Democrats know they are white?

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  20. helenk3 says:


    pelosi a power-hungry vindictive bitch

    why can she not be stopped of her office due to insider trading making her and her husband millions of dollars?

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  22. helenk3 says:

    funny bid-on that closes our pipelines but is ok with Russian pipelines, then wants to buy oil from the mid-east.
    wants to close our coal mines but Is ok with China increasing coal output. will we be buying coal from them soon?


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    I love this guy

  26. helenk3 says:


    when you lie to congress about law enforcement targeting parents over the right to investigate and decide what kind of education they want for their kids, you have a problem

  27. lyn5 says:

    live at the courthouse in Kenosha …

  28. helenk3 says:

    weird thought
    we in America are taught to think of others. help the starving in whatever part of the world.
    send help in emergencies. we teach our kids this from the time they are small. So why all the surprise that a 17-year-old kid thinks he is helping in his father’s hometown, when he goes with medical supplies when he has had first aid training, when he thinks he should protect private property from riots and looting? was he right to do so , I do not know, but I am not surprised that he did so.
    when you have a prosecutor who glorifies looting and rioting and a local government that stands down and does not protect its citizens, who are the problem? the kid that thought he could help or the government that refused to do so?
    who would want to live in a town or state where you pay taxes for protection and get none?

  29. DeniseVB says:

    A few minutes ago, jurors sent home, no verdict today.

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    The Einsteins among us …

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