Weekend of January 8-9, 2022

Roger Williams Statue, Providence, Rhode Island
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174 Responses to Weekend of January 8-9, 2022

  1. DeniseVB says:

    Mr. Roger Williams was founder of Rhode Island. It’s not even 5 a.m. and I learned something new 😀

  2. Dora says:

    Good Morning.

    Happy Birthday Elvis!

    We miss you.

  3. Dora says:

    Time to get this man off the stage!

    • Constance says:

      He is giving old people a bad image. Nancy is just as bad and of course Hillary is awful. I keep thinking the Commies will conduct a purge of “The Old” and bring in a bunch of AOC , Omar clones but so far no go.

      • Mt.Laurel says:

        I am surprised they have not embraced Sparkles to the max. So either she is so bad even the globalists now want to distance themselves or she actually was sent in to capture the dim witted prince hazard of order of perpetual victimhood to serve as a ticking time bombs where they failed with obnoxious with very questionable morals but loyal to mom randy andy. Or both.

  4. Dora says:

    Love this man! 🙂


    DeSantis slams January 6 anniversary as a “politicized Charlie foxtrot”

    The Florida governor’s remarks show why he “is so beloved by normal, sane people,” said one commentator.


  5. swanspirit says:

    Dennis Prager’s latest column


    Under the pretext of public health, the soul of what is known as the Free West has left most Western countries. Looking at the government overreach and abuses of power in virtually every other Western nation, one can only conclude that America truly is the last free man standing.

    Here is a rundown of the suppression of liberty in major Western countries.

  6. DeniseVB says:

    For Jadzia, lol,

    • 1539days says:

      “The boy was not harmed.”
      Yeah, okay.

    • elliesmom says:

      I finished RFK, jr’s book this morning. My internet, TV, and phone were out for a few hours yesterday so I got some solid reading time in. The book has been contributing to my depression. and I know the best way for me to stop reading a book is to finish it. Every chapter has copious endnotes. I did take the time when my internet was working to follow the links for what seemed like over the top claims, and they all checked out or had been “disappeared”. For me, I was led to read the book because of the “Streisand Effect”. I had written off RFK as a nut job, but the more negative attention that was drawn to him, the more I felt I needed to see for myself. Unlike Mollie Hemingway, whose book I will take the time to read because I already respect her.

      The first part of the book chronicles Fauci’s rise to power through building alliances with pharmaceutical companies by seeding them and his own department in the government with a revolving door of people moving from one circle of influence to the other. All Kennedy had to do to support his claim that the regulators and the regulated are intimately involved is to present the resumes of the people involved. Their growth in net wealth suggests a financial trail as well.

      From there he moves on to Fauci’s engagement with the resources in other countries through his collaboration with Bill Gates. What has been done to people, especially children, in impoverished countries is what has been making me so depressed, It also offers support to Kennedy’s claim that our own children are being given vaccines that have not been properly tested. There are correlations with the timing of explosions of things like food allergies, asthma, and neurological disorders in kids that may or may not be caused by vaccines and other pharmaceuticals. His point isn’t that they are. It’s that it’s never been researched.

      • elliesmom says:

        Having established that Fauci and Gates are evil people, Kennedy moves on to the probability the covid pandemic has been in the planning for a long time. There are people in government, Big Tech, Big Pharma, and even the medical community that have been holding “war games” to decide how best to gain control of the population using a global pandemic. According to Kennedy there have been many dress rehearsals culminating in all of the pieces finally coming into place at once- five years ahead of schedule. This is the part of the book8t I would have found utterly unbelievable if Kennedy hadn’t been so meticulous with the beginning of the book. I’m walking away from it ready to believe him, but I need more time to digest it.

        To end this like an 8th grader would end a book report- “OMG! You really need to read this.”

        • 1539days says:

          The whole Theranos debacle just shows how easy it is to bamboozle “government” people with pseudo-science. This is why “trust the science” is literally BS. Science was “trust, but verify” long before Reagan talked about it.

          • Mt.Laurel says:

            Her elite family has been in part and parcel of the swamp network for decades. Another case with a show trial where it had to appear that something is being done because they got caught.

        • lyn5 says:

          Shared your book report at the bookwormroom. NeoWayland wanted to know if it was worth buying.

        • Somebody says:

          EM, I showed your book review with hubby, now RFK book is on its way. 😉

        • swanspirit says:

          I just bought it on kindle for $2.99. That is really cheap considering other prices are in the $20’s.
          Just reading through the first chapters, I am convinced that while I have been correct about Fauci being a criminal on the scale of Goebbels and Mengele, he is far worse. He is some kind of mega criminal on a global scale. Thank you for recommending this book, and your succinct description, EM. Once you read this book, there is absolutely no going back to wearing any kind of rose colored glasses.

          • Mt.Laurel says:

            I decided for that price I would go ahead. I have been avoiding but as I have to read enough for work but I find eBooks make it easier to go slowly and switch to a nice cookbook or Christie mystery if I need a break.

            Elliesmom may be starting off her own “MeToo” trend.

      • votermom says:

        What is the book title again?

  7. Somebody says:

    I don’t tweet or Facebook, but apparently a thing that’s taking off today is to tweet out the orange emoji. Today is the one year anniversary of Trump being banned from social media, so the orange is a solidarity thing. It’s a throwing orange man bad back at them.

  8. Dora says:

    This woman is getting on my nerves!


    Health Care Workers Will Be Required To Get Boosted: Hochul

    Gov. Kathy Hochul is “cautiously optimistic” that hospital admissions are starting to plateau, but says health care workers must be boosted.


    • 1539days says:

      The wicked witch of the North already had to cave to the MTA. The new thing is trying to get “boosters” because those people already got the jab. Of course, some of them are also over it and will quit now.

      In my new industry the mandate went over like a lead balloon, so now it’s more of a matter of whether I’ll need to wear a mask (yes) or get weekly testing (maybe).

  9. Dora says:

    With globalist puppets in control of every Western nation, brace yourself for their next diabolical move: The weaponization of food


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  13. lateblum says:

    I continue to see no reason to even begin the covid vaccination schedule.


    “We’re seeing more breakthrough cases in people that had just had their primary vaccines,” Dr. Jim Conway, medical director with the immunization program at UW Health in Wisconsin, says. “The good news is that even if they haven’t gotten the boosters, you know, they’re still very well protected against severe disease.”

    While those with the vaccine appear to be well protected, Dr. Conway says immunity is starting to wane for those who only received the first series of vaccinations.

    “You’re really not considered fully protected anymore if you only have that primary series,” he adds.”

    Also, this seems to be parroting whatever the theory or lie of the day, the CDC wants to push.

    • elliesmom says:

      It’s time to take back control of our language. They aren’t “breakthrough cases”. They are vaccine failures. Then we need to change the definition of “vaccine” to what it was pre-covid. Then these things aren’t even vaccines.

      • lateblum says:

        I completely agree.

      • 1539days says:

        It’s also lies, damned lies and statistics. When a million people get COVID a day, it’s not surprising one of them might be an anti-vaxx Republican in her 40’s who dies from it. The problem is that the ONLY stories allowed on SM are anti-vaxx people who died from COVID. I think the last person I heard about dying from COVID after a booster was Colin Powell.

    • Anthony says:

      Somehow, I think we’re all a little stupider for having read that…

  14. elliesmom says:

    The sun is out, and it has stripped the ice off of every south facing driveway in my neighborhood and turned the north facing ones to slush. My chicken dinners are delivered. I was glad I didn’t try to retrieve my full trash and recycling bins over the ice yesterday because the guys showed up today and took away the trash.. When I was walking Ellie, I started thinking about what would lessen how blue I’ve been feeling. I passed a house where a man was loading up his car. It’s a house with three really nice kids. The man looked like something was laying heavy on him. So I stopped and told him how great his kids are. He demurred a bit, but his smile belied him. His smile made me smile. I guess I’ve always known that sometimes to put a smile on your own face you have to start by giving it away. Tomorrow it’s going to rain again, but today is a good day. 🙂

  15. swanspirit says:

    And now for something completely different. Might bring a smile.

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    h/t Angie

  19. elliesmom says:

    When I was growing up. the evening meal on a Saturday was always “supper”. Until she died when I was in high school and I took over, my maternal grandmother did most of the cooking. One of her favorite Saturday night suppers was baked beans, hot dogs, and brown bread with raisins. It was a meal she could prepare ahead of time. Her baked beans were navy beans with molasses, slab bacon, onions, peppers, and brown sugar. When they were going to be on the menu Saturday night, they’d be baking in her crock when I came home from school on Thursday or Friday. The smell when I entered the house sparked anticipation. If she wasn’t watching, I could slip a spoon in the crock and get a taste. The bread was steamed in a coffee can inside her canning pot. It was made dark by a healthy dose of molasses.

    I married a guy who said he didn’t like Boston-style baked beans. I wasn’t sure why because he liked everything in them, but I couldn’t even get him to try them. Then we moved to the Chicago area, and his friends from work decided to have a potluck dinner. When I went to sign up, someone had already signed up for me and said I was making Boston baked beans. I know it was in jest, and I was free to change it, but I went ahead and made Nana’s beans. His friends were horrified when ED said he didn’t like the beans. They shamed him into trying them, and a convert was born. It turned out he really enjoyed the brown bread, but I only made it when I made beans so he had never had it before.

    Tonight I made myself hot dogs and beans, but the beans came out of a B&M can. Their plant is along route 95 on the way to Maine, and you can smell the beans as you drive by. They’re pretty good and come in a bacon and onion style, but they aren’t Nana’s. It’s been awhile since I’ve made the brown bread because I would never think of beans and franks as a company meal. Now that my close friend lives nearby, made I should have them over for a family supper one night. The hardest part will be coming up with a coffee can.

  20. lyn5 says:

    • elliesmom says:

      The left’s prescription for healing is shut up and do what we say.

    • 1539days says:

      All this “democracy” talk again ignores the fact that the representation was what made America unique. Unlike almost any other country, the US has a bunch of states that can operate with some level of autonomy. They have different taxes and regulations and treat their citizens differently. If you don’t like the way a state is run, you can go to another one.

      What the left wants is a single government where their whims are law and the laboratories of democracy in the states are not there to dispute them. Then they can use the vote to keep piling on government programs and regulations until the US is like Europe, where people are frequently jobless, but don’t care because the government pays for everything. All they want is people’s souls in return.

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  23. Dora says:

    I’m sure it was an unintended accident!

  24. Dora says:

    Mass Formation Psychosis. The Madness of Crowds. And The End Of Progressive America.

    Hope in the midst of despair. But first, things will fall apart, so get ready


    • elliesmom says:

      I linked Robert Malone’s speech above. Jacobson is more optimistic about this ending soon.

      My interest in mass formation psychosis began when I was given the assignment to write a teacher’s evaluation of one of the girls making accusations during the Salem Witch Trials. Being an “over zealous student”, I spent a couple of days in Salem at their public library and their historical society, While people speculate about things like the possibility of things like ergot poisoning, the scientist in me couldn’t reconcile that with why the boys displayed no symptoms.

      One of the “groupies” at the historical society led me to the land records of the time and showed me how most of the women and men who were accused of witchcraft had land and other wealth that was transferred out of their families after they were hanged. He knew a lot about mass formation psychosis, and he made a good case for its being the root of the girls’ behavior. He talked about how crazy girls get in large groups at rock concerts. Someone with a nefarious agenda can harness that hysteria.

      We can see mass formation hysteria taking hold today in young girls again with the explosion of teen girls claiming they are transgender. Learning about how mass formation takes over teens was a more appropriate adolescent psychology assignment than my prof imagined. She expected my student evaluation would be, “We suspect Susan may be taking psychogenic drugs.”

      The Salem Witch Trials ended when one of the girls accused the governor’s wife. That was a bridge too far, and it was called to a halt, but not until over 20 people were executed. Who knows how big a death toll we’ll have before some event brings people back to reality.

      • Miranda says:

        After the Jussie Smollett case, my theory is that the adults in the family were in on the first case. The preacher was having a lot of trouble with his congregation and this was a way to deflect from that and gain sympathy and attention. If the adults were participant, then the first girls didn’t have to keep up the act 24/7. After it took off, they couldn’t retract anything and had to play along.

      • 1539days says:

        In the US, you can see that the COVID narrative is starting to fall apart because Democrats are killing their own chances in November. In NY, Hochul had to moderate her dictates (like the MTA pushback) because unions are getting involved. Omicron is now proving that you can’t stop the spread of a disease which as contagious and (now) about as deadly as the annual flu with a poorly engineered genetic virus. Even the rest of the world is just starting to deal with the fact that people are going to get COVID, even with the vaxx and mask. That’s the first step to dropping both as necessary methods.

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  25. Dora says:

    Is anyone surprised?

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    Glenn Greenwald @ggreenwald

    Again: it is bizarre — surreal — that the people who have convinced themselves they are fighting fascism in the US vehemently demand a union of state and corporate power to silence their enemies.

    A fanatic, by definition, believes all their tactics are inherently just.

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  28. votermom says:

    In a world full of Meatless Mondays and Impossible Burgers, I love this guy’s counter-offensive


    • 1539days says:

      The most important point is the one EM (I think) has mentioned before. Emergency vaccine use depends on every other treatment option being discredited. If people at high risk could take Ivermectin or HCQ, the EUA would have to be pulled.

      • elliesmom says:

        That’s right, and this is not the first time Fauci has blocked therapeutic treatments in favor of developing vaccines. He did the same thing during the HIV epidemic. There is also a parallel between AZT and Remdesivir, He pushed both drugs promising things they couldn’t deliver, and both drugs killed people. Having got away with it once, he was confident he could do it again, and so far he’s been right.

    • jadzia1971 says:

      Not in this part of the world you can’t buy it. Everything is intercepted at the border if you try to order.

  29. Dora says:

    They look like they are having fun!

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  31. Dora says:

    I think Lin Wood needs help!


    Lin Wood Makes Outrageously Insane Claim That Sidney Powell Is A Man

    Is Lin Wood off his rocker? It sure looks like it. During a recent episode of The Bonafide Truth, a recorded phone call with defamation attorney Lin Wood was played in its entirety. During the phone call, Lin made the outrageous accusation that Sidney Powell is actually a man


  32. My mom punched Shayla in the head
    I was telling Shay after I love her and some how it slipped out that broken bones took place she asked me if I had ever been raped
    I said just once. only five guys. She asked me to try rehab again. Should I

  33. Mothy67 says:

    My mom punched Shayla in the head
    I got brat away from my mom. Shay asked me if I have been raped. I said just one time and it was only 5 guys. She and boy asked me to try rehab again. I don’t think I am worth it.

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    Familiar Faces!

  37. Dora says:

    CDC Website Reveals Police Power Will be Used at Quarantine Stations for the “Benefit of Society”

    Che CDC announced on its website that to control the spread of disease within their borders, states have laws to enforce the use of isolation and quarantine. The law also includes the use of police power functions in their quarantine stations.he CDC announced on its website that to control the spread of disease within their borders, states have laws to enforce the use of isolation and quarantine. The law also includes the use of police power functions in their quarantine stations.


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  40. elliesmom says:

    This might look like it’s out of nowhere, but it’s just one of those you had to be there things.

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    • elliesmom says:

      The Christmas my daughter was pregnant with my first grandchild she gave me a pregnant Barbie doll. It has a compartment with a little baby that pops out.

    • Constance says:

      That’s me! My gay kid is engaged to her partner of 8 years so you never know. I haven’t given up on her yet!

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  44. helenk3 says:

    not real sure about this. but it is interesting


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