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Outsourcing of guilt. Great. (But no giving up of the spoils that their fathers earned on their behalf.)
from an FBI confidential human source
from an FBI confidential human source
As opposed to what, a canine one?
My mom and I were talking about this earlier. It is a vanity thing - if you haven't been vaccinated, the insinuation is that you are associating with the dirty people, the deplorable, whatever term you want to use. You don't want to be associated with the dirty people right?
Delta on the drop tomorrow.
I remember the quote but when did he actually say it?
Thanks for the explanation!
Yeah, it is kind of disguised to be woke and progressive - trying to appeal to being 'hip' for lack of a better description- but wow...it is rather jaw dropping.
The recent opening of the Commonwealth Games is a great example. Rather jaw dropping. Alistair Williams does a recap of it on Rumble. You can tell he really really doesn't like the BBC, but at one point he notes the audience reaction which is 'uh, WTF? I was here to watch track and field.'
Carl (son) was killed off, Rick (dad) was airlifted out and that was the last we saw of him, unless something else happened. That was where I started losing interest. I used to record and I was looking through my DVR the other day and realized I stopped watching at the beginning of CV.
Geez, now I have dust in my eyes.
Ok, but what confuses me is how it all gets timed. Granted, Olivia Newton John had had cancer on and off for quite some time - it is not surprising she died. But Grease was utilized for comms and it is arguably what she is best known for and the day she dies is the day Trump's home just happens to be raided the feds? I am not saying it isn't happening, but more that this I where I get lost.
They need to utilize a quill to write any law. That would eliminate a lot of this nonsense.
Obama got a lot of crap for wearing 'Mom jeans' when he ran in 2008. I believe they were acid wash.
That was...very colorful.
I am peering over the edge and it's a long way down.
Couple of weeks ago, I jammed my foot into the bed leg hard. Next day, I knew I was going to have to have it looked at and it turned out I had broken one of the toes. I went to the urgent care and they brought me onto the exam room right away and then I sat there for almost an hour and a half, so I had time to basically look around the room. What I found interesting is they had a bottle of the Clorox wipes on the counter - but they weren't bleach; they were hydrogen peroxide. I have never seen a bottle like that. I remembered Dr. McCullough mentioning the use of hydrogen peroxide against CV. Since then, I have looked at the store and I do not see it. It looks like this was made for the hospitals. Has anyone else seen this?
When CV started, I honestly missed the commute in part because that was my radio time. Music is a stress release. To be fair, I did not have a long commute. Maybe 15 minutes in the AM and in the PM, maybe 20-25 minutes. But it was that time to get in the mode to work and to come down from it. The adjustment to WFH was hard for me.
I remember the first time I saw the capsules at the Smithsonian and thinking who on their right mind would fly in a soup can on top of a bomb?
Wonder what stoves these 'people ' own.
Our old house had a gas stove. I miss it.
I see via a search that St. Matthew Assurance is primarily a property and casualty company but the site doesn't load. The Zoom info has the company with less than 25 employees and $5M in revenue - hardly large. I looked for their AM Best rating. They do not show up. Any legitimate carrier has a Best rating ( a lot of E&O carriers will not allow agents to sell policies from a company that has less than an A- rating). This is bunk IMHO.
I find it hard to discuss this theory with anyone who knows nothing about it because it is so complex. This is a great aperitif; concise and compelling. But as pointed out in the stack, the circumstantial evidence is strong and very difficult to dismiss. The media is absolutely silent on this, which in and of itself speaks volumes.
When did the oval office get angles?
Slightly OT. If you ever get a chance, go to Duxford. Hubby is a WWII plane aficionado and we spent a day there but they had several hangers full of WW Ii planes that were in various stages of being restored. They look great once restored, but it is also interesting to see them beat up,