Tuesday, December 14, 2021

Silver Dollar City, Branson, Missouri

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69 Responses to Tuesday, December 14, 2021

  1. Dora says:

    Good Morning.

    I never thought I would come to admire RFK JR as much as I do. I have this book, but didn’t start reading it yet.


    Publisher of ‘The Real Anthony Fauci’ Challenges Critics to Find Factual Errors in Book, Calls for Open Debate

    If powerful people challenged by this book claim it contains misinformation, our response is simply this: Tell us where you believe something is incorrect, make your best arguments and offer the best available support for those arguments.


  2. Dora says:

    Genocide-Denying Leftists Falsely Claim Steve Bannon Told His Audience to Have ‘White Babies’.


  3. swanspirit says:

    Nice to see an entire town decorated. In my little cul-de-sac, most of the houses have decorations and lights, so even though it is almost exclusively just the people who live here who will see them, it really lifts the spirits to see so many. It is after all, a festival of lights! 🎄🎅🤶🌠🌠🌠🌠⛄🎆🎇

    • foxyladi14 says:

      Wonderful~ 😀

    • Constance says:

      I love all the lights too. Both the commercial displays and the home owner efforts. I went over to my house yesterday and my whole street (except my old house because my son s not there right now) was lit up with the gaudiest displays you have ever seen! White blow up ponies that change color, blow up Christmas trees, all kinds of stuff. These are my kind of people! When I lived there I was the only one with rainbow decor and plastic ribbons on the lamp poles. everyone else was tasteful with the clear lights. I guess I was ahead of my time. One time my 3 year old daughter looked the neighborhood over and said “I guess they all bought their lights after we did and all the pretty ones were gone!”

      • 1539days says:

        My house now has a small inflatable snowman along with about 50 multi-colored lights along the roof line. Go medium and stay home.

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        • jadzia1971 says:

          Was it you, 1539, who suggested the mug hooks? My dudes did not take your advice. However, they DID manage to get lights installed along the roof line of this three-story house. I chose not to watch them on the ladder. I now owe my neighbor (who helped the H man) BIG TIME and am babysitting his kid today because both mom and dad are working and the preschool teachers are on strike.

          • 1539days says:

            Indeed I was. Actually, I have one hard to get to spot where I’d love to get a hook because the lights keep coming off the nail that’s there now. Although I use the bigger screw-in hooks for that stuff.

            They can ignore my advice at their peril. Apparently, I am a Senior Engineer according to my new job. Also, I’ll be working from home for a couple weeks because plant shut downs don’t mean I can take a week off 😛

          • jadzia1971 says:


            I told them how it would be good to do it, but basically I get to say it once and if they listen, they listen. It does look nice, although hopefully we can do better next year.

            The inside of the house, which is more my responsibility, currently looks like the nightclub that it once was (true story) because I’ve got every possible surface covered in flashing twinklers.

      • jadzia1971 says:

        I might be installing an inflatable Santa on a motorcycle outside my house today.

        My incredibly embarrassed teen: “Okay, Mom, looks like you’re getting that attention you ordered.”

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    Virginia Hospital Found In Contempt Of Court, Subject To $10k Per Day Fines After Denying Patient Ivermectin

    Chris Davies and his father Donald have been fighting for their mother and wife Kathy Davies’ right to try the drug Ivermectin as a COVID-19 treatment at Fauquier Health hospital in Warrenton, Virginia, for the past few weeks. But the hospital — where Chris happens to work as a radiologic technologist — had put his mother through a series of legal hoops seemingly designed to block the treatment from being given to her.

    On Monday, December 13, Virginia’s 20th Judicial Court found Fauquier Health in contempt of court after refusing to comply with previous orders and ruled that by 9:00 p.m. Eastern time tonight, Kathy Davies must be given the dose of Ivermectin as prescribed by a doctor retained by the Davies family. Additionally — if the hospital did not comply — the state had the right to fine the hospital $10,000 per day. That order would have been applied retroactively from December 9 onwards. The court also ordered that the Davies family be given police escort if necessary to administer the drug to their mother.
    But, the court also said that the hospital had an opportunity to purge the contempt charge by complying with the order. The hospital is reportedly now opting to comply with that order after a week of arguing why they could not allow the drug to be given to Kathy Davies as the family requested.

    The story offers hope for legal respite for many families who have found themselves in similar situations while trying to battle a medical establishment arguably opposed to any treatment not supported by the FDA to fight COVID-19.

    The Davies’ saga started in October when Chris Davies’ mother was admitted to the hospital with COVID-19. She was placed on a ventilator in the intensive care unit (ICU) on November 3. Donald was to serve as her medical proxy — and after consultation with Chris and his siblings — wanted doctors to give Kathy Ivermectin in hopes of finding success against COVID-19.

    • Somebody says:

      I could be wrong, but I imagine ivermectin at this point will have very little, if any benefit. Usually to be effective ivermectin is given early in the course of the virus.

      This lady has been in the hospital since October. She’s been in ICU and on a vent since 11-3. They don’t say, but I’d bet she is also on remdesivir, which is probably the root of her issues. The hospital may well give her ivermectin, but they could just as easily give her a placebo and say they gave her ivermectin. Whether they actually give her ivermectin or not, if they are still giving her remdesivir it probably won’t matter either way. The survival rate for ventilated patients on remdesivir is abysmal.

    • Mt.Laurel says:

      I notice they do not point out that Fauquier Hospital was bought by a private equity group (the same type of groups that have been buying up nursing homes) and has been for-profit for the past few years. It is a small hospital just outside the swamp boundaries in Northern Virginia. Fauquier Hospital’s profit tripled in the past four years. Those profits for investors have to come from somewhere.

      Private equity firm closes deal for hospital’s owner

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    • 1539days says:

      You mean woke snowflakes don’t donate actual money in Christmas charity drives? It’s almost like you shouldn’t pander to them for social media points.

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    Much has been made of the fact that [Donald] Trump won 18 of the 19 bellwether counties in 2020 that had always voted with the national winner across the ten elections from 1980 to 2016. This stat is true but is less revealing than is often suggested. A more telling review of Trump’s performance in bellwether counties would rewind the clock to 2016. Prior to that election, there were 35 counties that had backed the national winner in every election from 1980 to 2012. In 2016, Trump won only 19 of these 35, breaking the streaks of 46% of them. The 18 that he won again in 2020, therefore, were somewhat self-selecting; they had already backed Trump once while many other bellwether counties hadn’t.

    Still, the fact that Trump won all but one of these bellwether counties again, despite losing nationally, is impressive. Also impressive is that he won back two of the bellwether counties that he’d lost in 2016. The nature of those two reclaimed counties is revealing. One, Alamosa County, in south-central Colorado, is nearly half (48%) Hispanic. The other, Val Verde County in Texas, is on the Mexican border and went from backing Hillary Clinton by 8 points in 2016 to backing Trump by 10 points in 2020—an 18-point swing. Val Verde County is 82% Hispanic.

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  11. helenk3 says:


    freedom of the press only should go to some press and not other press per frick and frack

  12. helenk3 says:

    that’s the way you do it

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    The Atlantic Publishes a Piece Stating that Covid Is Over, and Its Readers React Insanely

    The leftist media keeps publishing pieces like this — you’d almost think it was some kind of, I don’t know, coordinated propaganda messaging campaign.

    I wrote yesterday about the New York Times publishing an Op-Ed — that’s their own editorial board’s opinion — that it’s time to stop panicking about covid and treat it as an endemic disease, like the flu, that will be with us seasonally, and live our lives as we live them with the flu. That is, normally.

    • Mt.Laurel says:

      This message has been received and decoded by some of our bot board members who now want to go back to in-person meetings ASAP because “endemic”. all the while groaning on and on about has the HVAC in our building been upgraded and do the windows open and can we run HEPA certified air cleaners. We sublet and have no control over such things and have to follow the rules set by the organization we lease from and the building owners. All the while most of those who attend out meetings love remote and not having to deal with swamp traffic at night and black ice in winter (we often have even if we do not get a lot of snow) and think who cares about covid – it is so much nicer to participate from the comfort of home after working all day. But they were outshouted by the pushy New Order followers.

    • 1539days says:

      The reason flu vaccines work is that China gets everything first and the vaccine is made before anyone contracts it in the US. It stops transmission before the flu can create a variant that evades the vaccine. But it still comes back every year in a different form.

      With COVID, Big Pharma made a quick and dirty vaxx which gives the immune system a temporary head start. This leaky vaccine combined with the fact the virus was already everywhere in the world meant that each variant became like a new flu season. Normally, if a vaccine isn’t close enough to the flu, the death rate gets higher, but it burns out. With COVID, everyone with the vaxx got their COVID prize to go around not doing the things they weren’t doing for the previous 10 months. All the “mild” cases became insufficiently killed infections (sort of like not taking all your antibiotics) and the cycle begins anew.

  15. lyn5 says:

    Merry Christmas to me!

  16. lyn5 says:

    Pedo Liz …

  17. lyn5 says:

    Yay, Montana!

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  19. helenk3 says:

    I just found this on Roku. it is called Gang Busters. remember the chapters they used to show every Saturday afternoon at the movies? Remember as kids we used to play cops and robbers on the way home from the movies
    I am sitting here laughing and remembering

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  22. jadzia1971 says:

    The Althouse commentariat usually works my last nerve, but it seems that they are being redpilled:


  23. Angie says:

    • That woman must be able to suck a golf ball thru a garden hose, because she is fundamentally D-U-M-B. Even morons and halfwits think she is an idiot. If brains were dynamite she couldn’t blow her nose.

      Did Hillary teach her how to cackle?

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