Friday, August 19, 2022

Antique Flower Truck
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66 Responses to Friday, August 19, 2022

  1. DeniseVB says:

    Greg covers everything 🙂 Goes well with the morning cuppa ….

  2. swanspirit says:

    Love the truck! ❤🚛

  3. Somebody says:

    I learned to drive a column shift in a truck like that. 🤣🤣

    • elliesmom says:

      I learned to drive a truck like that working on a local farm at 14. The farm was on both sides of the street so I had to be careful I didn’t get caught driving it across. Some of the floorboard was missing, and if my foot slipped off the clutch, I had a Flintstone mobile. When my dad was finally able to give me the keys to his car, it was a piece of cake. There was a lady in the neighborhood with “big headlights”, and the boys I worked with on the farm named the truck “Bertha” after her. Working on the farm was hard work, but my memories of it are all about the fun we had. 🙂

    • DeniseVB says:

      Where are those environmentalists who aren’t griping about clear cutting forests for wind farms ? They used to live in trees to save them.

    • taw4 says:

      It’s just sad that all of this was not reported in the beginning. So many people let all of this happen when they should have been out there screaming every day. I will never understand the elites, the powers that be, don’t they understand they will have to live in this world that they are destroying?

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    • elliesmom says:

      This breaks my heart. So many children I know, including my own, have received such loving, excellent care at Boston Children’s. Why they feel the need to get into this business is beyond my understanding. That being said, I hope someone throws the book at them for child abuse. Marjorie Taylor Greene is introducing legislation making “gender affirming care” for minors a class C federal felony. I wish her great success in making it happen,

      • DeniseVB says:

        Do you suppose it’s political ? They’re getting the funding from somewhere to establish this program. Hopefully it’s not taking money away from seriously ill children.

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      • lyn5 says:

        Darren J. Beattie 🌐@DarrenJBeattie
        MTG has one of the highest IQs in congress—and one of the most courageous as well.

  6. helenk3 says:

    don’t think it will work, but will be annoying

  7. lyn5 says:

    h/t Angie

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    • lateblum says:

      I just wanted to say that earlier this week there was a re port that the city of Chicago was reassigning police from the crime areas to some of the movie/tv sets and provide security. What the report didn’t say was that Mayor Lightfingers has told the shops on the Magnificent Mile (the tony Michigan Avenue shopping corridor) that they have to invest in their own private security because the CPD doesn’t have the manpower to provide for the shops on the Mag Mile.
      Really, she is the worst.

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  10. CalSteno says:

    The Conservative Treehouse has an excellent short article just up titled For Those with Eyes to See. Personally I would add Tulsi Gabbard to the list as well.

    • lateblum says:

      Thank you!

    • Somebody says:

      I wish Sundance would show me on the doll where Ron DeSantis hurt him.

      He is doing a disservice to all Floridians constantly bashing DeSantis. If, if, if Ron DeSantis is planning to run for POTUS in 2024 how about we discuss that if and when it happens. To constantly raise questions about DeSantis, to paint him as a rino, as a COC crony, as owned by the establishment and/or big money donors right now at this time less than 90 days out from the gubernatorial election is complete and utter BS.

      Sundance has a large following, many of them in Florida or with friends or family in Florida. He is depressing the vote, some people will think what difference does it make whether we have a rino or a democrat. Sundance knows that, he knows timing is everything in politics. There is ZERO reason to bash DeSantis at this juncture unless you want to sink his reelection chances.

      I personally don’t think DeSantis will challenge Trump in 2024 if Trump runs, he has said he won’t. If he does throw his hat in the ring then we can all evaluate him at that time. According to Sundance nobody is good enough or pure enough. OK Einstein, what if Trump strokes out tomorrow? What then? You’ve trashed any potential candidate as less than, as owned. MAGA is a set of priorities and policies it can’t be dependent on one person, in fact to succeed we need lots of leaders, lot of soldiers as it were.

      Sundance had someone give him documents detailing the splitter strategy in 2016 and we all watched it play out. It seems to me he’s looking for another splitter strategy now and black balling people in the process. There are no perfect politicians, they are human, they all have flaws including Donald J Trump. Most politicians are not billionaires, it takes money to run campaigns so guess what? They ask donors for money, film at 11.🙄 It may well be that Ron DeSantis has made a deal with the devil and that he plans to run in 2024, but how about we cross that bridge when we get there.

  11. lyn5 says:

    • lyn5 says:

      Donald J. Trump @realDonaldTrump

      Never in our Country’s history has there been a time where law enforcement has been so viciously and violently involved in the life and times of politics in our Nation. Even in light of the fact that they violated the Russia, Russia, Russia Scam, Impeachment Hoax #1, Impeachment Hoax #2, the Mueller Witch Hunt, lied many times before Congress, and on many occasions put out fraudulent information before the FISA Court, they continue. They have no shame. They are destroying our Country!

      ….and nothing has ever happened like that which is going on in our Country right now. The law enforcement of our Country has become that of a Third World Nation, and I do not believe the people will stand for it—between Fraudulent Elections, Open Borders, Inflation, giving our Military to the Enemy, and so much more—how much are we all expected to take?

      When will people realize that the atrocities being perpetrated by the FBI and DOJ having to do with the Raid and Break In of my home, Mar-a-Lago, or after years of other atrocities and unthinkable violations of freedom and the law, this has been going on for years, from the moment I came down the golden escalators in Trump Tower, right up until the present. At some point you have to look at what took place in the past to determine what is going on in the present….

  12. helenk3 says:

    how far back do the dem piss boy’s acts against Trump go?

  13. elliesmom says:

    One of my college friends took on the job of explaining what it means to “feel like a woman”. A woman senses she may be in danger if she enters a dark parking garage. A woman looks for woman-only spaces when she’s going to be particularly vulnerable like in a bathroom, locker room, or dressing room. A woman understands her life may be in real danger in a shelter or prison where men are allowed. A man who says he “feels like a woman”, but insists he be allowed to make women uncomfortable when they are at the most vulnerable has no idea what it means to “feel like a woman” or he wouldn’t insist he be allowed to make women so uncomfortable. He’d accept an alternative space where he could feel safe himself without imposing on women. Men like William Thomas demonstrate daily they have no idea what it feels like to be a woman.

    I’ve been struggling with how to answer “what does it feel like to be a woman” for awhile, and while I don’t like the definition of womanhood to be based on fear and vulnerability, I think my friend hit the nail on the head about how men who claim to be women really don’t understand why women want them out of our intimate spaces. If they were really woman, they’d understand.

    This AT article echoes what my friend says.

    • swanspirit says:

      This is an extremely important topic, and exposes the fraud, that transgenderism is. Unfortunately, fear/ vulnerability is part of being a woman, in our current culture, and probably has been for most of our existence.

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    money for nothing

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