Wednesday, December 29, 2021

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67 Responses to Wednesday, December 29, 2021

  1. Dora says:

    Good Morning.

    A poll I can agree with. Of course it was stolen!


    A THIRD of Americans still believe Biden’s election win was illegitimate and the majority of Republicans blame Democrats, Antifa and the Capitol Police for January 6, new poll finds

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    EXCLUSIVE: Pictured on his tranquil Arizona ranch and wedding venue, the ex-Marine accused of being an ‘FBI plant sent to help incite January 6 Capitol riot’ refuses to answer to right-wing conspiracy theory

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    Black hole eruption as big as 16 Moons captured in ‘most comprehensive’ image

    Scientists have captured images of a supermassive black hole some 12 million light years from Earth

  5. Miranda says:

    I hope that candle doesn’t get knocked over, but otherwise, it’s a pretty picture ;D

  6. Mothy67 says:

    Is it me or does it seem that the media is not lionizing harry Reid in their usual manner/ madden is getting more attention. Do they not want him looked at too closely. Life usually stops when the devil calls one of their kind home.

  7. Dora says:

    Congratulations to Steve Bannon for becoming the most trusted media source in America today.

    On Tuesday, far-left Media Matters announced the winner for ‘misinformer of the year’. This year’s award goes to Steve Bannon. What this proves is that Steve Bannon is constantly over the target. And as our readers know, Steve Bannon has been the absolute best at sharing the truth and unparalleled at confronting the Marxist onslaught in America today.

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    • lyn5 says:

      Glenn Greenwald @ggreenwald

      A bulk of left media is this:

      — The Dems suck, dude.

      — I know, bro, but we gotta vote for them.

      — For sure, dude. I do .

      They’re key to DNC success: lets people feel edgy while they vote like their MSNBC wine moms.

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    h/t Angie

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    Angie needs to answer this gal. Oregon has a super majority Democrat legislature because of mail-in ballots.

    • Constance says:

      Washington, Oregon and California are all suffering from rigged elections that install Leftists and they have been suffering since they went to all mail in ballots. But since the AZ audit and Mike Lindells work with Dr Frank any Republicans who want to pay attention now know how the elections are stolen and they know Democrats get away with it. So nothing is stopping Republicans from doing it too. And really I think it is only by beating Democrats by cheating and making a mockery of elections that vote in person with ID will be reinstated. We have to make Democrats beg for fair elections. Cheat like a Democrat!

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  18. helenk3 says:

    we do need to pay more attention to school board elections and get Soros money out of them and get rid of the WOKE idiots on those boards

  19. helenk3 says:

    this is a real nutcase that should not be allowed around babies

    • Mothy67 says:

      that is kinda fascinating. Do babies and dogs have a sense of when something is awry?How much anger is shim carrying around? Would an innocent be able to pick up on that energy. My bad girl reacts very strongly to this one fella on our walks. She sees him and goes on high alert. She never stops barking at home- its her house., on walks she never utters a peep unless creepy dude is near and then she challenges him.

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  24. DeniseVB says:

    Nothing says common sense like a shepherd puppy for an 80 year old man. Dumbasses.

  25. helenk3 says:

    maxwell is guilty of 5 of 6 counts. will be in prison for the rest of her life

  26. elliesmom says:

    Ellie and Hank got a burst of youthful exuberance this morning while I was putting my groceries away. They knocked over a set of ceramic carolers my mom had made for our first Christmas we were married. Nothing was smashed, but one of the carolers now has a couple of chips. In my distress over that, I failed to notice they had also sent my netbook sailing through the air. While it’s still working, a corner piece of the case is now broken off, and the innards of the computer are exposed.. I checked on the cost of having the case replaced, but the cost is half the cost of a new netbook, and this one is too old to be worth it.

    It took me a lot of searching to find a replacement for the netbook. I don’t want to use a tablet for most things because I want a real full-size keyboard. I can really type, and that’s what I’m comfortable doing. I also use a netbook on my lap so I want something small- not something with a 17″ screen. I’ve grown accustomed to a touchscreen, and it feels clunky to need to use a touchpad to scroll and keyboard commands to zoom in or out. What used to be a standard configuration is now an unusual request. Most devices that meet my criteria have become chromebooks, and I have software I use in pattern design, one of the primary uses of my netbook, that won’t run on the chrome OS. The only one I could find with all of the features I want and decent reiews is an HP. Not my favorite company to deal with although I do appreciate the deposit they make into my bank account every month.

    The new machine will be here Friday. I’ve backed up all of my files to dropbox. Now I just have to remember all of the passwords for places I’m auto-logged into. I remember when getting a new computer was exciting. Now, it’s just a pain in the ass. The doggies have kept their distance the rest of the day although there has been no yelling or scolding. To see Hank running through the house with his tail wagging chasing Ellie wasn’t something I could scold either of them for. Ellie is 11, and the vet estimates Hank is 14. To see them play like was a blessing.

    • 1539days says:

      In general, a Windows tablet with a Bluetooth keyboard can do a comparable job.

      My nearly 10 year old laptop is reaching a turning point. Either I need to do a BIOS update, or there’s an electrical issue making it randomly not charge the battery while it’s running. I have another laptop and 2 PCs, but *my* computer has everything set up. It really is a pain in the ass to get a new one.

      • elliesmom says:

        A windows tablet with a bluetooth keyboard is awkward to use on your lap. My current netbook will “flip” into tablet mode, but since I never use it that way, it wasn’t a necessary feature.

    • Anthony says:

      Wonderful story in spite of stuff flying through the house. Love that Ellie and Hank have bonded ❤

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    We are honored to announce that President Donald Trump is headlining RSBN’s Year in Review Show airing Thursday, Dec. 30 at 8:00 p.m. EST

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    Watch for free on the Roku channel.

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  31. Anthony says:

    I think OMICRON might just be the cure for Covid. Everybody’s getting it, mildly I’ll for 3 days, then antibodies. Now that it’s been around long enough, I heard that the OMICRON antibodies protect us from covid19, Delta and all the other variants. Progs must be fuming about this 😤

    • Somebody says:

      Absolutely, it will lead to herd immunity. I think most people, even the progs are figuring that out too. Hence why the CDC revised the omicron estimate downward drastically.

      • 1539days says:

        Returning to normal is a lot more important in the 2022 election season than helping Bill Gates / George Soros / Satan fulfill their global initiative. The media ignored the Muller’s ratchet process that eventually created omicron in a country with low vaccination rates. Locking down the country and putting businesses in the ground was the strategy to defeat Trump. Doing it again will definitely take out the Democrats, since they already have no hope in November.

        I think the most important thing is that omicron COVID is presenting as an upper respiratory ailment instead of a lower one. That should stop the respirator stuff. Forcing one half of the world to take 5 doses of a genetically engineered virus while the other half doesn’t get one was a bad strategy. 50-70% of the planet getting one strain in the next 3 months would give enough people protection for a long enough period for actual herd immunity.

  32. Mothy67 says:

    I thought this was a joke. You have to report stolen property to the IRS1?!?!?

  33. jadzia1971 says:

    I’m off the hook on the sneaking-into-the-bar thing: my triple-vaxxed BFFs, along with their 4-year-old that I no longer have to babysit today, have COVID.

    They are fine. My kids are disappointed that people they saw 3 days ago from 20 feet away don’t provide a justification for THEM to not go to school for 2 weeks.

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