Monday, May 16, 2022

Maymont Park, Richmond, Virginia
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74 Responses to Monday, May 16, 2022

  1. DoraDora says:

    Good Morning.

    I’m glad I don’t live in Pennsylvania. I wouldn’t know who to vote for. They all stink!

    • John Denney says:

      Plato said that if you’re not involved in politics, you’ll be ruled by your inferiors.

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    So calm and beautiful!

  4. taw46 says:

    • elliesmom says:

      Cheney is a DIEBAN. Democrat In Everything But A Name.

    • Anthony says:

      Liz, your father mistook his hunting buddy for a pheasant and shot him in the face. I suspect your determination of what must be “renounced and rejected” might be genetically flawed. Sit down and stfu.

      • swanspirit says:

        Lol! I always thought he had been drinking, too.

      • lyn5 says:

        I waded into the replies and wrote that Liz’s father shot a guy. .

      • lyn5 says:

        One reply whined that Liz shouldn’t be responsible for what her father did. My reply was: “Y’all shat on Trump’s children.”

      • John Denney says:

        Same thing happened of a friend of my friend’s Dad.

        Here’s what happens:

        Several hunters are walking abreast of each other perhaps 25 yards apart across a field in silence.

        Suddenly a pheasant booms into the air from right in front of you; it’s really loud & startling!

        You bring your shotgun up & start tracking the bird; target fixation sets in, where your total focus is on the bird as your adrenalin pumps.

        The bird flies between you & your buddies just as you acquire the proper lead on the bird & fire.

        The friend of my friend’s Dad saw it coming, so leaned over & covered his head with his hands, & caught a few birdshot on the back of his hands & top of his head.

      • 1539days says:

        She also turned on her gay sister to get elected.

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  6. DeniseVB says:

    This is just getting freakier. If they can’t leave the kids alone, I will never support transgenders who simply won’t let this be an adult decision, parents not included.

    • SHV says:

      In 5-10 years, this will be a huge growth industry for Law firms suing these,”Drs.”, psychologists, etc. One of the most screwed up (among many) attempts of rationalizing the damage to children by these freaks was, when confronted by data that showed that hormone blockers severely affect bone development in teens, “well they may have the bone density of a 60 year old but the hip fracture rate of 60 year olds isn’t that bad”

    • swanspirit says:

      This guy sets off my Tourette’s. Just cut those breasts off those teenagers, no problem Dr. Pinkhair!! We all know how stable and mature teenagers are, don’t we? How about some deep seated misogynistic tendencies?? Dr Pinkhair? Have any of tnose?

      • SHV says:

        “How about some deep seated misogynistic tendencies?? ”
        All this “trans” rights stuff is, as I recently read, “misogyny masquerading as tolerance”. All of the changes made for “tolerance” have little or no impact on men, ie. “open restrooms, locker rooms, men competing in women’s sports, etc., etc…The words, woman, mother, etc. have now risen to the level of “hate speech”. Just read that the University of Arkansas is removing the word “woman” from the name of the Woman’s Health (Gyn) Clinic because of the need for “inclusion and diversity”.

        • swanspirit says:

          Very much so. Because erasure of “women” is ok, it’s just being inclusive of men disguised as women. It’s not REALLY hatred of women./ sarc
          What frightens me more than anything, is the acceptance of this misogynist in the medical community.

        • lyn5 says:

          Preach it.

    • lateblum says:

      I haven’t watched this and I won’t. Just reading the description on this tweet/video makes me gag. I nearly threw up the first time I saw it. And I don’t throw up unless I’ve been poisoned. I worry about the grandgirls all the time. When I ask them questions that seem innocent enough, I am reassured – for now.

    • Mothy67 says:

      I think a change is coming. The UPenn swimmer was a bridge too far. People who went along to get along are now reacting. Read a few articles over the last few weeks from gay men who claim the movement has been highjacked. Not seen much from women (Paglia made her position known). Perhaps I am just not privy? I could be wrong. I am 55 and most of the gay and lesbian people I know are near my age. Boys dressing like girls was accepted. I do not know one person who agrees with surgery.

    • mcnorman says:

      It’s very interesting because many insurers now pay for these surgeries but not for adolescents. Those have to go through a medical review which must medically necessary and be part of the insured plan.

      These surgeries are elective dealt with differently when dealing with adolescents. If the request does not meet the insures criteria then the request is denied I suspect that money is a great motivator behind these surgeries right now. As time goes by the government becomes involved and they will begin to decide how much surgery is worth in which case that’s when these surgeons decide that it is no longer financially feasible to continue doing them. One example is the payment for surgeries that are bilateral Medicare dictates that if you do a surgery on both breasts it is considered one unit so they only pay for one unit. Add to that a global period of 90 day free aftercare which is included in that service. Surgeons will do fewer and fewer. I’m assuming that the he/they surgeon is probably doing them as cash pay at this time.

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    • 1539days says:

      “Are you a conservative?
      No, conservatism is corporatism in disguise, I want no part of it.”

      I suspect that won’t make it into the papers.

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    would love to meet this guy one day.

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  16. Mothy67 says:

    EM made me think about mental health treatment for kids. She brought up whether or not Musk has aspergers. How much could have been extinguished were he medicated as a youth? Would there be a Space X? I don’t recall every other kid having a diagnosed disorder. We were all brat’s in our own ways. I have been told that years ago only girls were cutters and that it was a sign of something deeply wrong. Today i’ve been told it is quite common. What changed.
    Last night I watched Senior Year. Not a good or funny movie. The intended audience was obviously female.. The boys who are 20 plus in real life were beautiful kids but so feminized. Do they show in any tween/teen show a healthy masculine guy? The two boys were peripheral and talented but so far from something like The Outsiders(written by a woman). I am no great thinker but the Buffalo shooting had me wonder what it is like to be a straight white male growing up bombarded by woke media. I only casually watch msm, but I see attacks non stop. How does a weak mind react? I am 55. School shootings were not a thing. I guess it all changed with Columbine. The media is screaming about his manifesto. I have questions. Was he on meds? What were his grades and attendance? Siblings? Did he have a normal social life? A job, a girlfriend?
    Could the eternal race baiters have played a role? Everyday the media pits us against each other. Is it inconceivable that joy reids anti-white rants would foster hate. Maybe this young man was just a complete anti social personality, but libs scream all the time the teenage brain is not complete. It disturbs me to hear the left trying to bank on and blame the left without any reflection. I cannot understand this kid but screaming like banshees does nothing. It is all very sad.

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  19. taw46 says:

    Just saw Biden is taking us back to Somalia.

  20. Helen+Kenney says:

    looks like FDA got off it’s dead ass and let formula plant open

  21. taw46 says:

    • lateblum says:

      If she really had marched on Jan 6, I’d vote for her without blinking an eye!

    • Mothy67 says:

      What would it matter if she walked along with thousands of people. Did she enter? I may have walked along.

      • taw46 says:

        If I had been there, I definitely would have walked to the Capitol with everyone else. You know the left, they want to label everyone an evil insurrectionist if they were in DC that day. Even if they just peacefully walked to the Capitol.

  22. lyn5 says:

    Enjoying this shit show.

  23. Mothy67 says:

    Do any of you have female dogs and pets in the house? We are having thuderstorms. Every time God goes bowling I have to share my beds with two very girls. I am a far cry from exuding extreme masculinity. My dogs sleep with my mom unless there is a storm. Then they have to be in my bed. I wonder if boy dogs would act the same. I might be f a g gy still a dude. Does some ativistic trait guide them to me. Do they instinctively sense testestorone? I now live with 5 women. (Two dogs, kitty, mymom, the brat) I get up kitty runs from me then she waits to see if I am following. Then she runs again until we get to snacks she does not leave Shayla’s bedroom until I leave mine and then she is near me all day. Some of it is treats but she was so tiny and afraid when we got her. I did not want to care about a cat. I am head over heels in love. She is always near me. I think about such a tender creature found alone in a dead woman’s house. I said no no no never to a cat. And definitely not a rescue. Now if there are no treats I go to the store. I care about her weight, but I feed her small handfuls of treats. She was so thin when we got her. I suck as a compassionate person, but tiny tiny thing hiding so tiny bones felt so fragile in my arms. I am or can be cold. I can suck. Often insensitive.
    I love this furry thing who knows she can jump over my dogs on to dining room table and expect a treat. I am perplexed that I love a cat.

    • elliesmom says:

      Whether a dog is frightened of thunderstorms or not has nothing to do with the dog’s gender. Neither Ellie nor Hank are frightened by them, and they don’t care about fireworks. They’ll go right to the water’s edge. Our old house was partially lit up by street lights, but here the closest one is a couple of miles away. Ellie doesn’t like how pitch black it is inside this house at night so I have several night lights for her. I always know if the power goes out in the middle of the night because she jumps into bed with me. The only dog I’ve ever lived with who reacted to thunder and lightning was my mom’s miniature poodle. but she was afraid of everything. All of the cats I’ve lived with, and there have been more than a dozen, were fearless. The cat chooses who will numero uno, but that doesn’t mean other people will be shut out.

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  25. lateblum says:

    I just peeked at twitter and saw this . . .n

    • taw46 says:

      That was so funny! The Brits have the best sense of humor. I looked in the remarks, it is from a show called “8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown”.

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  28. Helen+Kenney says:

    Is this a no shit sherlock moment?

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  30. Mothy67 says:

    I am going to stick with my bad girls like me better. Delusion can be fun.
    On another note I put on Chicago Med for when I am not actively working on the computer. I want background noise. The early years only demarcate from every other hospital show ever made because there is a psychiatrist in the ER (ED). The show is at least 8 years old. The same creater as Law & Order. I am only watching season 2. So far it is not woke or just barely. I realize it began 8 years ago going to wait and maybe watch to see if it goes full proggie in later episodes. It is not bad for a background show. Generic, but with a psych consult.

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