Dear KMAG: 20190822 Open Topic

This HOT AUGUST [22] [PLACEHOLDER] THURSDAY open thread is VERY OPEN – a place for everybody to post whatever they feel they would like to tell the White Hats, and the rest of the MAGA / KAG! / KMAG world (KMAG being a bit of both MAGA and KAG!).

Don’t mind if we do a little escape act here….

You can say what you want, comment on what other people said, and so on.

Free Speech is practiced here. ENJOY IT. Use it or lose it.

Keep it SOMEWHAT civil. They tried to FORCE fake Orwellian civility on us. In response, we CHOOSE true civility to defend our precious FREEDOM from THEM.

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Our movement

Is about replacing

A failed


Political establishment

With a new government controlled

By you, the American People.

Candidate Donald J. Trump

Also remember Wheatie’s Rules:

  1. No food fights.
  2. No running with scissors.
  3. If you bring snacks, bring enough for everyone.

Let’s see if we can tell this story in James Coburn pictures. You ready?

Here we go!

August is going to be an interesting month.

Oh yeah? Just HOW interesting, we might ask.

Well, based on the LEAD-UP, I’d say we’re gonna see some enemy action.

Actors Henry Fonda and James Coburn on the set of Universal Studios movie ” Midway” in 1976. (Photo by Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images)

OK. Should we be worried?

HA! You’re kidding – right?

Nope. We are gonna WIN this sucker.

Nevertheless, we have to be careful.

We have to be smart.

We have to be cool.

We definitely have to be wary.

Some of us may have to be a bit stealthy.

Some of us may simply be on vacation.

Others may not simply be on vacation.

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We have to stay strong….

But we also have to have some fun!

Now in the periodic, random, unpredictable, and unexplained absences of GROWLING, SNARLING WOLVES….

There may be what seem like explosive situations….

However, we believe that higher powers….


Are all we need to WIN and WIN BIG in this GIFT of a lovingly designed universe.

So stick around for a GOOD TIME.


Maybe have some POPCORN!

I mean – who KNOWS how much winning there will be?

We are gonna have ONE HECK OF A GOOD TIME!


Where We Go One, We Go All.



448 thoughts on “Dear KMAG: 20190822 Open Topic

    1. Hmmm, Court orders texts released. + FIB refuses. = Contempt of Court? (Yea, I am clueless regarding lawyer stuff.)

      What I really don’t understand is, Courts are commonly ordering release of Ly’in Comey Memos, Strozk/Page texts and other documents. DOJ, FIB thumb their noses and say no or otherwise stonewall.

      Wondering why Courts / Judges don’t toss some asshole Fed in the klink to get their attention. Probably only gotta toss one or two in the klink on a Friday afternoon, to get their attention.

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    1. I agree. Things are going on. My known unknowns and semi-knowns are piling up, along with new knowns, many of which WERE known unknowns and even unknown unknowns.

      Yes, it’s a mess. And it’s gonna get worse.

      I am now forced to cut Wray some slack, based on things I know, that I know he knows, or suspect he knows.

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        1. Thank you Sylvia! Love to you, too! Hugs and best wishes! ❤

          I've been doing some reading which at first was unsettling, but which is now profoundly reassuring. It needs to be shared, but gently. I will try to get a post up tonight.

          Q was right. We have more than we know. Now, we need to understand it – to INTEGRATE IT – to let it help us TRUST THE PLAN.


          Boy Scout motto – BE PREPARED.

          Q motto – BE READY.

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        2. Of course, I had to read it a few times for comprehension, but I was looking to Wolfie for exactly that take. 🙂

          People are upset about Wray… but anything involving investigations and potential trials, this should not be a surprise. It’s possible that those text messages contain actual election interference plans, or worse – not only intent, but actual plans to harm POTUS.

          Conspiracy to commit treason is a crime. Deliberate suppression of evidence of crimes – Hillary’s emails, and who knows what other stuff she did… – then that all has to be factored in when dealing with legal issues. Ultimately, this is legal stuff that isn’t solved like in the Old West, one day trial, and hanging the next day.

          Strozac strikes me as the more unstable of the two post election. His behavior during the hearings was bizarre (what in the world did Page ever see in him?). Page likely might have turned for some immunity.

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          1. Exactly…and couldn’t Have stated it better. Wish DOJ (even through selected spokespersons such as Rush, Hannity’s guests, Dobbs, etc) would make that more clear to the public…communication failure, IMO.
            I get the natives are getting restless (me, too!) but as with most projects in life…preparation is the key.
            Also think it’s time for Q to resurface.

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        1. I believe this too. Those text messages must contain enormous content, not just Page and Strozac’s thoughts and plans, but consider all of the other names shared in those messages. It’s like a spider web, woven of many strands. Have to tug on each one.

          Nunes was shocked, and shocked would apply to more than just the idea that one political campaign spied on another…

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          1. I will never forget the press conference Nunes gave. NEVER. He wasn’t just shocked, he was PALE. He saw something that really scared him for our country.

            I believe with all my heart that they were plotting assassination.

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          2. At the very least, they redacted names of fellow congresscritters who were in on the plot. At worst, they discussed/mentioned whacking DJT.

            The media is constantly striving to get Watergate 2.0 to cover. I figure that idea of reliving glory days could easily extend to the politics of 1963 (as viewed by deep state bureaucrats/apparatchiks).

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          3. Nunez and others were white p, like ashen white when they’d read the unredacted stuff. I’m thinking not just soft coup but assassination plots etc

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              1. And maybe huge false flag about it so it seemed like a sneak nuclear attack or something that they could cast blame elsewhere and precipitate war. Where all the troublesome folks would get disposed of

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        1. Actually from what I read Greenland has peak suicides in the summer months! The lack of real nighttime causes a lot of insomnia which it turns out is a major risk factor for suicide. Surprised me too.

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    1. Just read a novel about Newfoundland – much of the same there. Since the northern waters have been fished so heavily by commercial fisheries, there are very few jobs, much hopelessness, depression and anger, plus coping with very harsh climate….so they take it out on each other and the children.

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      1. Finland has many of the same problems.
        With today’s knowledge of the problems and technology, you would like it could better. Understand that that so many lived in isolated areas but just simple things like the right type of lighting in homes might help.

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        1. This was one of my English major daughter’s books, Pulitzer Prize novel – The Shipping News – by Annie Proulx – written in a very unique verbal style.


    2. Sadly fairly typical of indigenous peoples that well meaning sorts want to keep in a Petrie plate. Like in their natural habitat. They don’t live in those times anymore and the savage physical and sexual violence is exacerbated by drugs and alcohol. Also poor choices like smoking and eating crap means that indigenous have vastly lowered life expectations.
      The only way out is to integrate, get off welfare, educate and work.

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      1. I must be the only person on the planet who assumed Greenland was like Iceland, home to Viking stock and a hardy, organized northern European society. I was shocked when looking on YT for Greenland videos after VSG’s announcement.

        The condition of the resident populace will very much be a question.

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        1. They haven’t reinvented themselves/pulled them selves up by their bootstraps like the other Nordic nations. They were third world economies and infrastructure and worked very hard. Oddly girls now get more education than boys who still gravitate to the traditional fishing /maritime/ agricultural pursuits. The ownership of land INDIVIDUALLY is the vital component. See Adam Smith the wealth and poverty of nations.

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          1. “…The ownership of land INDIVIDUALLY is the vital component….”

            YUPPERS and that has been PROVED over and over. Socialism DOES NOT WORK!!!

            See: The Real Story of Thanksgiving


            Mises Institute: The Great Thanksgiving Hoax with quotes from Governor Bradshaw’s diary.

            These articles should be read aloud BEFORE Thanksgiving dinner IN EVERY American Household across this land!

            It would be nice if President Trump had readings from Governor Bradshaw’s diary as a special event on Thanksgiving. Perhaps Barron or Mrs Pence could do the reading or maybe make it a family affair.

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    3. A quick poll of Greenlanders after the Trump remarks, showed 90% wanted to become part of USA!

      After all, our VSG President Donald J. Trump is the JOBS, JOBS, JOBS! President and Ivanka’s jobs training program would certainly work to great benefit for the people of Greenland.

      President Trump has changed politics forever – people all over the world will want conservative businessmen to run their cities, states and nations!!! They won’t want any more crooked Maxine, Nancy and Hillary types and those Mitts, McCains and Baracks ever again.

      No more crooked political hack opportunists.

      We want people who know how to run a business successfully and care about American jobs and GDP!

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        1. “…people around the world love it here…..”

          Why else do we have illegals comming across our borders in droves? Because they hate the USA and want to turn it into another Shit-hole third world mess like the one they left?

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          1. They are being paid to come in hordes for political purposes…to be a weapon against PDJT and as an attack against the free Constitutional Republic USA.

            Spit $oro$ Spit is behind it.

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              1. No doubt he does have someone tracking the $$$ and reporting to him. This President loves following the $$$$ and he knows how to do it!!!! PDJT can read 1000 page balance sheets and construction bids like other people read pulp fiction!

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              2. That is why they are so scared of him! He is MUCH MORE LETHAL to the Cabal than well meaning Reagan was…. BECAUSE he has the EXPERTISE!

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  1. Just finished watching “Flight of Honor”, the true story of RAF Sqdr. 303, which was comprised of Polish fighter pilots who had fled Nazi-occupied Poland to England so they could fight against Germany.

    Incredible story.

    No. 303 Squadron claimed the largest number of aircraft destroyed of the 66 Allied fighter squadrons engaged in the Battle of Britain, even though it joined the fray two months after the battle had begun.

    How good were these guys?

    In its first seven days of combat, the squadron claimed nearly 40 enemy aircraft shot down. Withdrawn from battle for a rest on 11 October 1940, the squadron had 126 kills in six weeks (avg of 3 enemy planes PER DAY!! 😲).

    Folks, that is PHENOMENAL performance. Literally jaw-dropping. It is absolutely no exaggeration to say that England would probably have lost the Battle for Britain without the stellar and all-too-important contributions of the gallant Polish fighter pilots (most of whom were more experienced and better pilots than their inexperienced British counter-parts at that time).

    And just how did our British cousin’s repay the courage, loyalty and sacrifice of the Poles after they honorably served throughout the entire war, not just helping to save England from German invasion in 1941?

    The Brits kicked them out of the U.K. after the war was won, forcing many to return to Soviet-occupied Poland where they were jailed and even executed. Just as England betrayed Poland itself following the war.

    Let that sink in.


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    1. That makes me sick, but as far as I’m concerned the U.S.A. and Poles are brothers, and as long as we keep a Republican as President will we be by their side in Poland.

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    2. There are a number of groups around the world who are models of honor and bravery…..who just get screwed, and screwed again, and — oh, by the way — get screwed yet another time in the midst of “Great Power Politics”. The Poles, the Kurds, the Gurkha, Ukrainians, Coptic Christians, Georgians, Israelis, Sikhs, Navajo……and, BTW, Scotch-Irish and Southerners in the US……it’s like they do amazing things, and the government says, “I’m looking up your future in The Book — nope, you’re still screwed.”

      It’s kind of creepy.

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      1. Satan has his world system and uses it to keep good people down. It’s about the principalities and powers, the rulers of wickedness.

        But what did Jesus say? He said “Be of good cheer, I have overcome the 🌎!”


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      2. I’ve been an accountant since the 80s. As a matter of religious obligation , adult male Sikhs wear a turban and carry a kirpan — a ceremonial dagger meant to sever Truth from Lies. If you tell one, “this looks fishy — investigate it and let me know what really is going on”, you will soon find out……and it won’t be sugarcoated. Mind you, it is oft-times inappropriate to send such a torpedo against friendlies, but the Sikhs that I have had the pleasure of dealing with have been admirably hardcore.

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    3. One of my many, many hobbies (too many) is playing war games (board games) and a couple of years ago I was lucky enough to snag a copy of this mini-game from Poland. A little simplistic but fun nonetheless.

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    4. And due for release in 2020 is this fantastic looking game on the subject. I’m sure it will be a bit pricey…but I’ll be tempted if the reviews are good.

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    5. Kateyn. Where the soviets murdered the officer class. It’s a forest. Good book Churchill’s ministry of ungentlemanly warfare. Lots of expats trained as guirellers and went back to their homelands. Some of their stuff was amazing.
      The yalta conference. Churchill,Stalin and Roosevelt. They thrashed out postwar stuff including repatriation of nationals. Sadly Roosevelt was very unwell and agreed. 2:1. Churchill was out voted

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        1. Very good. He was deeply compromised but also gravely I’ll. Hard to do your best work when you’re falling off your perch


    6. ForGodandCountry,
      I had read that a couple of years ago. And yes….😡

      As I keep saying the UK has ALWAYS BEEN the ENEMY of the USA! The Banksters and Aristocracy WANT their colonial serfs BACK by any means. The Federal Reserve Act of 1913 was one method to get what they wanted.

      Remember the US Federal Reserve used American TAX Payer Money to BAILOUT EUROPEAN BANKS!!! That is why when Ron Paul wanted to audit the Fed he was told to F…k-off!

      …Bailing out AIG effectively meant rescuing Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, Bank of America and Merrill Lynch (as well as a dozens of European banks) from huge losses. Those financial institutions played the derivatives game with AIG, the esoteric practice of placing financial bets on future events. AIG lost its bets, which led to its collapse. But other gamblers—the counterparties in AIG’s derivative deals—were made whole on their bets, paid off 100 cents on the dollar. Taxpayers got stuck with the bill….

      In response to the mess made of the housing market by Clinton’s five new banking laws, the Fed PRINTED close to a TRILLON dollars in a year, with Obama’s blessing and thereby doubling the money supply. American labor will now have to pay that money back to the bankers along with interest.

      “According to Congressional record the U.S. Government can buy back the FED at any time for $450 million. That’s about half the amount of money we pay them daily.”

      Unfortunately I can not find a reference back to that Congressional record.

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      1. It was obvious that Clinton’s program to expand home ownership for low income people meant that billions were being loaned to people who could not repay the loans, and the way mortgage backed securities were being created and sold multiplied the risks many times over. I saw this train wreck coming years before it happened.

        Today the historical record around the 2008 banking collapse omits the inconvenient fact that US taxpayers bailed out US banks, brokerage firms and insurance companies in order to save Europe. Treasury received calls from several European Central Banks who panicked after Lehman went down, stating that a collapse of the derivative market would tank their economies. And so, as Gail notes, we in the US took on hundreds of billions in debt to protect European banks. It was a massive multi-generational cross border swindle.

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        1. You say it so much better than I.

          We got BADDLY burned in the OH‼️Bummer mortgage refinancing scam. There must have been multiple AIG ‘insurance policies’ beting we could not pay our mortgage.

          The Obama refinancing agent lower our payments. The bank kept wanting more and more paperwork. Kept losing the paperwork… So the bank took over a year to decide we did not ‘qualiry’ and then wanted ALL the back $$$ + INTEREST + PENALTIES + LAWYER COSTS….

          They gave us a MONTH to pay BUT WOULD NOT TELL US HOW MUCH WE OWED!!! We had to SUE the bank to get them to cough up a number. So we almost lost our farm. we lost our entire life savings and had to sell a lot of stuff to pay off ALL the Lawyers and the bank. GRRRrrrr 😡

          The the Darn Fake News comes out with a story about how people did not take ‘advantage’ of the Obama refinancing…

          So for those who were burned but did not learn the first time around:

          …..Homeowners who have attempted refinancing or mortgage modification, only to be turned down, should try again…


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  2. I’m allergic to dogs, but love them very much…..and I’m very much encouraged by the recent work to vaccinate cats against their owners’ allergies…..but really can’t imagine having a dog cooped-up in an 8000 square foot yard. When I move to NC and get a couple of acres, I’d love to get a border collie / Australian sheepdog / Sheltie / Australian Cattle Dog — because I’d like to play with the way ancient dog/human bonds can interface to technology. I can easily imagine border collies switching communication channels between command and tactical.

    Of course, I could also run into problems……

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    1. One of the ex Californians from ot that mived to south carolia said all his allergies cleared up within a few months of his move. You may find than some of your issues do the same. I think my family has allwrhies due to our area. We were gone those few days and were better. Once home, coughing and itchiness began again. Poll ens et al.

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      1. Weird you should say that. Big T’s girls all had problems with allergies, skin rashes, etc. Ten days here and they were all fine. Happens every time they come = clear up.
        Two of them moved to Florida – now fine and dandy, no issues.

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        1. Kiddo has to do flonase and add in an otc in fall. When he was pre K he was always sick, then tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy. He still sounds stuffy but is much healthier. Socal pollens plus smog and Santa ana winds arent helping. We just have to make it to mr gils retirement in a few years.

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      2. Except!….I have known people who has serious allergies in one state…moved to another and they cleared up dramatically…only to develop new allergies there.
        We had a local general practitioner MD who gave up his very busy practice in SC to move his family to Arizona for his daughter’s allergies…alas, she is no better there.
        Don’t mean to be a downer post, but there it is.

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    2. Border Collies are wonderful dogs, Coothie…but they are very high-energy and need lots of exercise, every day.
      Other herding dogs are pretty high-energy too.

      If you are okay with walking them and exercising them each day, then…cool.
      Working breeds are great dogs.

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      1. I well understand this…..and, in fact, it’s why I’m identifying such “problematic” dogs. While I’m quite fond of snuggly dogs, I anticipate that I will be developing RFID dog doors, odd Wi-Fi dog connections, and “push the button” dog interactions with my future companion.

        Just as long as they’re not TOO “feisty”.

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          1. I grew up with dogs (and was a “sickly child”) — it wasn’t until I went off to college that it became really obvious I was allergic. When I was a lad, I had a reputation for having animals love-on-me more than their owners. I’ve had snappy, bitey, damaged dogs sleep pressed against me. I know a few things about dogs.

            But I’ve lived in my current home for 22+ years and it is too damned small to keep a dog.

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            1. Get a yorkie, or a tea cup chihuahua … yes? I love dogs, I have two cats .. 😐🤚 … dh said he likes dogs but doesn’t want to clean up after a dog in the yard … ☹️😢😔 … I love my dh .. so it’s .. here kitty kitty ..
              … 😜🤚 ..

              …. 😬 … bwahahahahaha


          2. The “hypoallergenic” breeds are the ones that have hair, not fur, and thus do not produce dander. Poodles, and their offshoots – Bichon breeds, which are Havanese, Coton de Tulear, Bolonese, Maltese, Loewchen – are the majority of them. Beware, though, the coats can be very high maintenance, and these guys are notorious for perpetual ear mite and yeast infections. I’ve gotten really good at cleaning ears.

            There are those who say that the current group of designer mutts – golden doodle, labrodoodle, etc. – are hypo-allergenic also, but I have a friend who is a known poodle breeder for over 40 years who says they aren’t, and not only that, the parent crossings are not researched well or right.

            And, for the record, all dogs do shed, it’s just that the ones with hair do it at a rate more like humans. When we had a lab who was essentially white, I carried a lint roller. 14 years.

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            1. Please share your ear cleaning secrets! I have a 12-1/2 yo Bichon mix who has had constant ear drainage (left ear only) her entire life. The bacteria has been identified by culture and treated aggressively but it still comes back. I’ve read that it’s a typical condition associated with Cushings disease which she has.


              1. The vet showed me how to do it. First, you take a hemostat and pull out what hair you can. No, the dogs do not like this. Then you can use an apple cider vinegar solution to wash, but I’ve been using the prescription stuff. Fill the ear, squish it around, then swab it out with cotton. There’s lots of youtube videos on the topic. I have found, though, that grain free food helps with it. Since the male has been on a prescription for diabetes which is grain based, his ears have been a mess.

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              2. I switched my dog to raw 10 years ago because she tested positive to so many food allergens. Her skin was a mess her first two years. During that time I experimented with dozens of different “recipes” until I read about raw feeding. After switching all symptoms cleared up within a few months after purging all of the toxins. Grain is the main culprit. The only remaining thing I fight now is the ear gunk which I’ve found out is typical of Cushings dogs (she was diagnosed with advanced stage in June). I use the hemostat to keep the ear clean of hair, which she hates, and flush with Zymox ear cleaner twice a week. It helps but doesn’t resolve. It’s a constant battle.

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            2. My cattle dog sheets like crazy. I have her bathed every six weeks and they thin out her coat. She also gets salmon oil every day. The bathing helps with shedding.
              The Coonhound – Staff mix does not shed much but I have him bathed also regularly at least from early spring to late fall.
              Against allergies I have two Dyson animal vacuum cleaners and vacuuming as much as possible. My wood floors are easy damp mopped or dry to deal with allergy problems.
              I have daughter inflows who have allergies and they can come to visit with 3 cats and two dogs in the house. They are work but well worth it.
              I am not a fan to banish a dog alone to the backyard that is unfair. Maybe two dogs will be fine they need companionship. I do not associate with people who leaves they dogs out or cats.

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              1. “I do not associate with people who leaves they dogs out or cats.”

                Our cats are ‘working barn cats’ they are never in the house except when they are kittens. We provide them with health care, food and a nice place to sleep. My cats live into their late teens. My present cat is 19 years old and still outside. (I have asthma so indoor animals except when babies is not an option)

                Since we are a 1/4 mile from the road, getting run over is not a problem. We also have several wild cats in the vicinity. (Ours are neutered)

                When it comes to animals we keep them as ‘natural’ as possible. I do not trim the manes or tails of my ponies unless necessary. I NEVER trim the whiskers on the muzzle or shave the inside of the ears. We do not even groom them much in winter since we do not want to remove their natural ‘weather proofing’

                Everyone gets run-in sheds but most ignore the shelters. I have stalls but I only use them for medicating animals.

                I had a horse with heaves (asthmatic) and had to fight tooth and nail to keep her OUTSIDE as much as possible when I boarded her up north. Her mother died young because a well meaning barn owner insisted on keeping her in a closed barn during the winter. A barn with hay stored above may be nice and warm but it is also full of the mold that will trigger heaves…. and death.

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      1. I try wheatie!!! But you guys,,,,Give me…Strength!!–I’m OK!!! LIFE is a bit hard…lately…Need me some Wheatie music !! All will be well!!! Love you!!!

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          1. … air drop them onto the North Pole … dressed in their homeland style dress (tropical) … deep freeze his and his scum brothers ….

            .. it’s hard to lip off when you mouth is frozen SHUT .. 🤬👎🏻‼️

            … 😃👍❤️‼️‼️‼️ … 🤨‼️‼️

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    1. This one about Santa Monica is even more shocking. The homeless are on school grounds — at several schools:

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  4. Tucker had an opening segment on the Decay in Dem-Controlled Cities.

    He had a San Francisco Democrat on, who blamed it on “the socialists and communists” in the party in CA.
    Hah. 😄

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      1. Almost all white rats are domesticated and are pets or used for research. There are other colors available. Domestic rats are friendly towards humans especially because they are being fed and cared for. They can and will bite if they feel threatened but that rarely happens.

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  5. College music instructor threatens Scott Presler. Poor Scott:

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            1. I get what NYGuy is talking about. The constant ‘gay’ thing and the long hair creeps me out. Seems like he’s always pushing his ‘gay-ness’.

              I encountered the same thing in a homeless charity – some really manly females were there to tout their L lifestyle more than anything else. One young homeless woman was taken under the wing of a ‘male impersonator’ type L and forced to shave her hair, get nose/ear chains, and dress like the domineering L and give away her feminine clothes. It was really creepy.

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              1. I wrote a response upthread to NYGuy. I know Scott a little. He is a good person. The gay issue is a tough one, and difficult I’m sure for him to live with. No one thought that one could be “gay” and conservative, but there are many – where conservativism isn’t a religious point, but conservative in all other respects.

                Scott’s work on behalf of saving the unborn? Tireless. Scott’s work on behalf of POTUS, priceless.

                While I don’t agree with the gay lifestyle; in all honesty, some of the most decent, kind and genuine people I’ve ever met have been gay. My daughter was a semi-professional ballet dancer in Boston/NY, and the dance world has them, just like other artistic groups. I’ve met mean hetero people, and good gay people.

                You know who can’t be a Christian (and other faiths)/conservative? a Communist.

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              2. Yes. But Scott isn’t professing to be a Christian (or other). I have no clue if he follows any faith. OTOH, being a conservative – I know a wonderful Hindu family, who are conservative, and POTUS supporters. They’re out there fighting for the unborn, and other conservative causes.

                For me, and I emphasize this, perhaps because I grew up in foster homes, exposed to different faith beliefs, I’m eclectic in how I view the world. But yes, my hubby will leave his United Methodist Church if they accept homosexual marriage. I’m Catholic (from Greek Orthodox background).

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              3. The Laws of GOD are the laws that govern the universe and all humans. All people regardless of their beliefs are subject to the same set of standards.

                The seven laws of Noah preceded the Ten Commandments and Leviticus by centuries – and were very specific about sexual sin/prohibitions.

                The seven Noachide Laws, as traditionally enumerated are:
                1 Do Not Deny God
                2 Do Not Blaspheme God
                3 Do Not Murder
                4 Do Not Engage in Incestuous, Adulterous or Homosexual Relationships.
                5 Do Not Steal
                6 Do Not Eat of a Live Animal
                7 Establish Courts/Legal System to Ensure Law Obedience

                By the time of Moses, the Israelites already understood that ‘adultery’ was any act or relationship that crossed the line of these Noah laws.


                Adultery means any sinful sexual behavior.

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              4. The Church is one of the most dangerous places….betrayals, predators, sin, corruption, meanness….I’ve seen it all. I also fail daily to live it and to be like Jesus.

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              5. I think every hour of my day, GA, I fail at doing what the Lord’s Word tells me to do. Still, I believe my heart is in the right place, just my human nature gets in the way. 🙂

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              6. All of the DV shelters in my experience are fronts for recruiting females to be lesbian, at taxpayer expense. As far as Pressler, he is similar to a lot (if not most) of out homos in that his lifestyle is designed for maximum look-at-me. The good things are not from deep conviction but are intended as camouflage to appear normal. There’s a rational reason why the performing arts (acting) have a disproportionate percentage of homos & deviants.

                Yes, I lived in Hollywood in the 60s and 70s. I learned more than I ever wanted to learn.

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      1. I’d like to share another perspective about Scott. I know him a little, his hometown is my city. He is a very kind and genuine person. He has worked tirelessly on behalf of POTUS, and continues to do so.

        The fact that he points out the threats or for example, what the Baltimore Sun did in their sabotaging article after he went to help that city is a good thing, IMO. For too long we’ve kept silent about the the negativity the other side dishes out – whether it’s threats, or lies in a newspaper article.

        His approach, broadening election outreach, voter registration drives – which the GOP has been lousy about doing – is a mighty weapon against the Dem vote fraud turnout.

        We need all the help we can get. He is winning “souls” for POTUS – and we need POTUS another four years to break the communist/fascist takeover of the country.

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        1. You know I think you are a fine person but I have a different point of view.

          First I was specifically referring to personal threats. Second I have been hearing comments from our side about the negative press for years. We have not been silent at all. The difference is Pres Trump. He adds weight…just look at how often people use the phrase “fake news.”

          Lastly, I really doubt what he does will change the direction of the electorate. Events do. Voter fraud is rampant. We will see if anything has been implemented to stem that.

          Do I think that what he does is bad? No. Do I think he is making a difference? No. Winning souls is a broad statement. The overwhelming majority of people have no idea who he is. The Baltimore cleanup was the very best thing he has done. Do more of that.

          I am of the belief that all voter registration efforts should go through the party for database reasons. If they want WinRed to be totally effective..

          Nice guy. Earnest. Twitter star that does things. Likes telling us. That’s it. Sorry that I disagree. I recognize I am in the minority. With all due respect to you.

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          1. Not a problem to disagree. Wolfie encourages different opinions.

            Regarding voter registration – in our area at least, there are now groups actively working on getting people to vote – GOP has been very weak on this. Our state doesn’t register by party, but I’ve been amazed at the number of people who don’t vote, but they’re on “our side.”

            In kindness, I think Scott going to Baltimore – well, that was certainly something none of others did, and those people know it. Scott calls attention to the rot of the Dem cities – we’ve not done a good job with that – until DJT. When he’s gone, the GOP will return to the same old mealymouthed, afraid of it’s own shadow entity.

            Had a patriotic friend, who has since passed away, but he used to write about the GOP’s “Pretend Fighting.”

            It’s what they did for decades, but really became clear during Obama’s reign of terror.

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            1. I have long wanted to work for the RNC. I want to see how things get done. There doesn’t seem to be a strategic effort to marshall support cohesively from the local level all the way up to DC. All of these voter registration efforts should be targeted and logged into the party itself. Parscale would have a field day with the data.

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              1. I’m hoping that Parscale is aware and will be able to coordinate, He is one cool dude, and just maybe has us ahead of the Dems.

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              2. One other point, I got involved in the local GOP after Obama’s election. We were doing well, and of course, the Tea Party movement aided regaining some GOP seats. But here in Virginia, despite good progress, the Dems were able to take out Gov. Bob McDonnell, and the GOP-Establishment did the rest. It’s why we got Hillary’s bagman, McAuliffe, instead of Cuccinelli. We’ve been struggling ever since.

                As I said, the GOP is notorious for “pretend fighting.”

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          2. I cannot agree with your very judgmental view…sorry. Not every holds the Bible as the only source, not everyone believes in the Christian God. And…they are some of the finest people in the world.
            My Japanese friends, for whom I have great respect, would never consider the Bible as the “ law” nor even their inspiration.
            With all due respect to you.

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  6. Madness from, sorry to say, the UK.

    Two Lancaster University lecturers try to break taboo on cannibalism. Sick:

    From the article:

    ‘… We suspect that we could adapt to human flesh if need be. Many people develop disgust for all kinds of meat, while morticians and surgeons quickly adapt to the initially difficult experience of handling dead bodies. Our ongoing research with butchers in England suggests that they easily adapt to working with animal parts that the average consumer finds quite disgusting.

    ‘Thankfully for most of us, there is no need to overcome our repulsion for the foreseeable future. Some philosophers have argued that burying the dead could be wasteful in the context of the fight against world hunger—but there are much more palatable alternatives on the table than a haunch of human. We can shift to eating more plants and less meat to conserve resources lost by feeding plants directly to livestock. Insects can meet our protein needs, and there is the prospect of cultured meat technology.

    ‘For now, we’re as happy as you are to continue accepting the “wisdom of repugnance”: human flesh, despite its biochemical similarities to that of other mammals, shall remain firmly off limits.’

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    1. The leftists’ spirit cooking and Planned Parenthood selling infant organs, tissue, bl00d comes mighty close.

      It was the Netflix special movie, Santa Clarita Diet, that tried to trivialize and normalize cannibalism that caused me to drop Netflix with great revulsion. It came right after the exposure of the Hillrotten Pedosta crowd eating human excretions, etc. AND right after $0r0$ bought into Netflix.

      These people are inhumane sickos.

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      1. Show starts at the 23 second mark … 😑 ..

        What is kuru?
        Kuru is a rare and fatal nervous system disease. Its highest prevalence occurred during the 1950s and 1960s among the Fore people in the highlands of New Guinea. The Fore people contracted the disease by performing cannibalism on corpses during funeral rituals.

        The name kuru means “to shiver” or “trembling in fear.” The symptoms of the disease include muscle twitching and loss of coordination. Other symptoms include difficulty walking, involuntary movements, behavioral and mood changes, dementia, and difficulty eating. The latter can cause malnutrition. Kuru has no known cure. It’s usually fatal within one year of contraction.

        The identification and study of kuru helped along scientific research in a number of ways. It was the first neurodegenerative disease resulting from an infectious agent. It led to the creation of a new class of diseases including Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, Gerstmann-Sträussler-Scheinker disease, and fatal familial insomnia. Today the study of kuru still impacts research on neurodegenerative diseases.

        resemble kuru symptoms. These include:

        difficulty walking
        poor coordination
        difficulty swallowing
        slurred speech
        moodiness and behavioral changes
        muscle twitching and tremors
        inability to grasp objects
        random, compulsive laughing or crying

        .. 😐 …

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    2. “Some philosophers have argued that burying the dead could be wasteful in the context of the fight against world hunger”

      That is the most ridiculous argument I’ve ever heard for not burying the dead, which is a Christian act of mercy. With cremation as an alternative, and the option of not embalming, but entombing a la the way New Orleans and Europe does it, fighting against world hunger as a reason to not bury the dead? What planet are these people living on?

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      1. These are the SAME idiots that got Horse Slaughter here in the USA banned!!!

        A full size horse (~1000 lbs) can provide enough protien to sustain a family of 4 for a year. Now people have a vet shoot the animal with a poison and bury it or as I do, donate it to a tiger/lion rescue sanctuary.

        When the ban first went into effect people were actually slipping there old horses into other people’s pastures. Now they dupe people into ‘rescuing’ them. I have had at least a dozen rescue ponies and they have ALL been a disaster. (I currently have two that I am going to drag to the vet and then most probably to the tiger rescue if I am correct about what is wrong — extensive worm damage to the gut.)

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        1. My point is if burial is taking up too much space for individual graves there are plenty of options other than cannibalism to deal with the body. Soft tissue will decompose in a year and a day when in a crypt. That’s how bodies were dealt with before graveyards were a thing. That and cremation.

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        2. This is why and how the French bourgeoisie popularised horse meat among the poor. It was a humanitarian effort to enable the poor to eat more red meat without spending too much money.


    1. The leftists keepl trying every sort of ludicrous sound bite, crazy spin, desperate tactic – just hoping to find one that will tear down and destroy our VSG PDJT.

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        1. DJT is the first president in my lifetime who actually looks younger. Maybe it’s because he has a clear conscience, and has the knowledge and skills to solve problems.

          Laughter and love lighten the heart. He is refreshed by “Goodness” – whereas, the MSM, Dems, Lefties #NeverTrumpers, etc. are mired in misery – that does age a person. Even when they had Obama in office, they were ANGRY – Obama was angry.

          What does that tell us? Lefties can never be happy, and they especially are miserable if they think someone else is happy. Horrible way to live..

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          1. When you are doing the work you were created to do, it is beneficial in all kinds of ways. President Trump looks great on the outside because he is using his inner skills to do the work God made him to do.

            I have long had this theory about why Presidents talk about doing so many things until they are elected, at which point all of the stuff they talked about doing goes away.

            After their inauguration, are they pulled into a room with the Deep State, and told all the reasons why they “can’t” do this or that to fulfill campaign promises? Aliens, Illuminati, the 13 Families, or whatever?

            Overnight, they age 10 years, their hair turns white, and they do nothing they said they would do.

            I think they pulled Trump in, told him he could never change the world, and he said “hold my Diet Coke and hang on.”

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            1. I was too young to really know Reagan, but I’ve never seen a President like Donald J Trump. He is who the Constitution was meant to have as president. A person from the people – not smooth talkers and shysters.

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          2. Ayn Rand NAILS it:

            HATRED of the GOOD for BEING GOOD.

            Envy/Hatred of the Good for Being the Good

            Today, we live in the Age of Envy.

            “Envy” is not the emotion I have in mind, but it is the clearest manifestation of an emotion that has remained nameless; it is the only element of a complex emotional sum that men have permitted themselves to identify….

            This hatred is not resentment against some prescribed view of the good with which one does not agree. . . . Hatred of the good for being the good means hatred of that which one regards as good by one’s own (conscious or subconscious) judgment. It means hatred of a person for possessing a value or virtue one regards as desirable….

            The nature of the particular values a man chooses to hold is not the primary factor in this issue (although irrational values may contribute a great deal to the formation of that emotion). The primary factor and distinguishing characteristic is an emotional mechanism set in reverse: a response of hatred, not toward human vices, but toward human virtues.

            To be exact, the emotional mechanism is not set in reverse, but is set one way: its exponents do not experience love for evil men; their emotional range is limited to hatred or indifference. It is impossible to experience love, which is a response to values, when one’s automatized response to values is hatred.
            Ayn Rand

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        1. Cuomo will likely never see it, but just in case, he won’t be able to resist looking in the mirror… it’s human nature. Deep inside, those people are very unhappy, and remain clueless about why.

          What puzzles me, is not why they’re so angry now, I get that. But their anger and hate during the Obama years – deep inside they knew he “wasn’t the One” – even if they didn’t understand what was wrong…

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    2. ” @realDonaldTrump ‘is Not Aging’ Because He Doesn’t Care Enough LOVES what he is doing FOR The Country”

      There fixed it!

      ( To put a line thru text use strike inside left arrow & right arrow on keyboard.)

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      1. ” @realDonaldTrump ‘is Not Aging’ Because He Doesn’t Care Enough LOVES what he is doing FOR The Country”

        (Forgot the /strike to close the line thru)

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  7. Training programmes available for those who want to volunteer for PDJT’s re-election campaign:

    Locations listed here. Training is taking place from now through the end of the month:

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    1. The electoral college is an excellent example of the difference between a republic and a democracy. Of course, many who decry the electoral college would readily scrap our republic in favor of their preferred system, but for those who are not hard core socialists, I find this topic to be helpful in highlighting why we have a republic.

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  8. Unseen has a great thread on the U.S. economy, the Fed, the globalists, and POTUS’ efforts to stop what the Fed/globalists been doing.

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    1. The tax cuts we ended up getting were designed to keep it revenue neutral using static scoring. That was the only way to get it through reconciliation. The original version would have had far more reaching impact but we simply did not have the votes.

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        1. Dora
          “Not really too early. Pelosi is already threatening to block it.”
          I wonder who Pelosi’s Pimp is? She will do anything for power but not for country.

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          1. Has President Trump given the six month notice to KILL NAFTA?

            If he has then it does not matter if they block it or not NAFTA IS DEAD!


        1. The actual battle begins in Sept. Let’s see who are the real patriots in Congress. This should be a slam dunk. But what do I know. ..I still think there are only two genders.

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  9. Two British celebs are realising that PC is not all it is cracked up to be.

    I am not a fan of either of these men, nor do I endorse much that they have done in life.

    That said, if they can help in any way to getting others to change their minds about feelings over facts, that’s fine by me.

    1/ Ricky Gervais:

    2/ Piers Morgan:

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  10. From Jeffrey Peterson on the wealthy foreign genetics specialist who knows Bill Clinton:

    He’s also buying California newspapers (apologies for any tweet repetitions):

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    1. He had more on dogs in an earlier thread. He’s not 100% sure, but is working on a theory:

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  11. FBI finds gruesome human experiments in Arizona — with a supply of body parts. From July 26:

    ‘FBI agents have reportedly found buckets full of heads, arms and legs, as well as refrigerated heaps of male genitalia and different people’s body parts sewn together while working on a case concerning illegally trafficked body parts.

    ‘The officers made the sickening discovery, described as a “horror story”, at a science lab in Arizona.

    ‘The Biological Resource Centre in Phoenix – a body donation and tissue bank facility – is being sued by eight families.’

    Jeffrey Peterson has a thread on it: (Thread Reader link)

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    1. I’ll tell you what, this is disturbing on a number of levels. Aside from the sheer grotesqueness of the experiments in cloning, it has become a trend in the US for people to give their bodies to science rather than be buried. Yes, it is for the greater good, but it’s also a heck of a lot cheaper than a traditional funeral and/or burial. And a lot of research facilities prey on that.

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      1. Yes.

        Most people probably do not know that.

        They probably think they are doing a greater good for humanity by giving their bodies to science, not knowing what lurks behind it.

        This will be interesting to track as information comes forward.

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  12. More on cloning and Dems from Jeffrey Peterson:

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  13. Roscoe Davis (great follow on twitter, smart with real content) talks about the latest filings in Mueller’s case against Concord…the firm that funded the Russian troll farm Internet Research Agency. Click on the posted tweet and you will see the thread.

    “Concord is charged with failing to file with the Federal Election Commission. The firm says some of the online ads listed in an indictment brought by special counsel Robert Mueller cost less than $10 each and added up to $2,930. Conjured-up rallies cost another $1,833 in payroll.”


    “Read the latest filing the Indictment claimed that IRA spent thousands of dollars each month to purchase advertisements is demonstrably false. Mueller lied through their teeth.”

    Go through the thread, it will make your jaw drop if you hadn’t ever seen the material.

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  14. Verse of the Day

    “And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain: for the former things are passed away.”
    Revelation 21:4 (KJV)

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  15. So Pres Trump aggressive tweets about the Fed actually had a direct purpose. Today is the annual 2 day Fed meeting in Jackson Hole, WY. We will hear public comments from Powell so that should be interesting. Last week the yield curve inverted briefly so I believe the Fed will recommend further rate reductions. Will they ease as well?

    Also the manufacturing PMI and the services PMI get released today. That should tell us a lot.
    “The Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) is an indicator of the economic health of the manufacturing sector. The PMI is based on five major indicators: new orders, inventory levels, production, supplier deliveries and the employment environment.”

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    1. Here is something else the Fed will consider. Each March, the BLS takes a more stringent evaluation of its job survey numbers for the year. Their first lookback was just announced. They have decreased the overall nomfarm payroll number by 501,000 for the year ending in March 2019. They will produce the final number in 2020. Here it is.

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      1. Devaluing number of jobs was horse$$hit calculation by BLS.
        Here’s what they did.
        They took the number of jobs reported……..
        And magically compared them to the number of IRS returns for the year (thinking most would be in by extension in August)
        but the number was 501K short.
        What if I didn’t file ’til October 15th?
        What if the 501K didn’t file at all?

        Completely bogus comparison – designed to hurt job # reading. Ohhh, and did I mention, it’s the biggest mark down in history.

        Bureaucrats stink.

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    2. and here is the PMI:

      “The IHS Markit US Manufacturing PMI dropped to 49.9 in August 2019 from 50.4 in the previous month and below market expectations of 50.5, a preliminary estimate showed. The latest reading pointed to the first month of contraction in the manufacturing sector since September 2009, as new orders fell the most in ten years led by the largest decline in exports since August 2009”


    1. SCARAMUCCI apparently also is forming something called “The Committee to Disable the President” (I believe that’s the name I read in the article on, which will run negative advertisements about POTUS. Scaramucci will need money from the Clintons and Rothschilds to get the group funded.
      Either Scaramucci is playing a deep, elaborate game on some level, or it may be he’s a couple bricks shy of a load.

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    1. FTA:

      ‘Guess who ran the Tax Division inside the Department of Injustice from 2001 to 2005?

      ‘No other than the Assistant Attorney General of the United States, Rod Rosenstein.

      ‘Guess who was the Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation during this time frame?

      ‘Another coincidence (just an anomaly in statistics and chances), but it was Robert Mueller.

      ‘What do all four casting characters have in common? They all were briefed and/or were front-line investigators into the Clinton Foundation Investigation. Another coincidence, right?

      ‘Fast forward to 2009….

      ‘James Comey leaves the Justice Department to go and cash-in at Lockheed Martin.’

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  16. If he could see Ireland today, Michael would be wondering what he fought and died for.

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  17. Wednesday, August 21, 2019
    Environmentalists Killed More Europeans Than Islamic Terrorists Did
    Posted by Daniel Greenfield

    “Do Americans Need Air-Conditioning?” a New York Times piece asked in July. Air conditioning, it argued, is bad for the environment and makes us less human. It ran quotes suggesting that, “first world discomfort is a learned behavior”, and urging “a certain degree of self-imposed suffering”.

    If environmentalists ruled the world, air conditioning wouldn’t exist. And there’s a place like that.

    . . . Air conditioning and heating are not how we change the climate. They’re how we cope with it.

    Environmentalism has so hopelessly tangled human civilization and the environment that we are no longer able to understand the planet on its own terms, instead of as a luddite eschatology in which the climate is a deity punishing us for our civilizational ingenuity with hot weather and natural disasters.

    And that makes it extremely difficult to adapt to the changes in a healthy way.

    . . . continued

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    1. Well…having air conditioning has coincided with a rise in life expectancy. Coincidence? Probably. But, locally, before AC, the people in these parts would sleep outside in the summer. Most people would go to a park with a fountain. In this neighborhood, houses had (and many still do have) sleeping porches on the second floor. In places like Hannibal (upriver 100 miles or so) where caves are available, that’s where people would go for meetings and church and all sorts of things. The caves are 55-60 degrees year round.

      Air conditioning made all of that unnecessary.

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  18. FYI, from OT. Whatever plagues commenters here seems to also plague commenters there.

    As an aside, this series of comments illustrates the 2-D nature of text comments on blogs. Missing the point almost seems to be designed in, as opposed to being a bug.

    coloradochloe says:
    August 21, 2019 at 5:54 pm

    After six years on the treehouse and no problems I am now having problems “liking” comments.

    I have tried all of the tried and true ways to fix the problem but no success.

    So I must write an “I’m with you Boss” comment which will probably go to “this comment is being moderated” which all of my comments have had attached for the last few days.

    So I hope this shows up and I upvote your comment Boss.

    coloradochloe says:
    August 21, 2019 at 5:55 pm

    Yep, there it is “your comment is awaiting moderation”.


    WeeWeed says:
    August 21, 2019 at 6:36 pm

    Let me add that if your comment for whatever reason goes to the spam bucket (WP problem, not us) we are NOT fishing you out. We get about 500 spams (some days more) an hour and NONE of us are gonna monitor that crap. Have a nice day.

    coloradochloe says:
    August 21, 2019 at 7:18 pm

    I am a bit puzzled by your comment WeeWeed.

    I am not spamming, I have been a follower here in the treehouse for several years.

    I was not blaming any of the treehouse administrators.

    I did get a hold of the WP people several days ago, they checked and said it was not their problem but must be here at the treehouse.

    I tried to send an email through the treehouse email system but did not get an answer so I was just hoping that the problem would clear itself up, it often does.

    I did not expect you to fish me out.

    I understand you are busy.

    I did not expect you to monitor crap.

    WeeWeed says:
    August 21, 2019 at 7:37 pm

    I’m just saying, none of us “monitor,” or “moderate” 24/7. But lots of us are up during the evenings, and many of us check “moderation” during the day. Sometimes it takes time – I didn’t say you WERE spamming – sometimes that’s where the comment goes for WHATEVER reason. Don’t be so upset if one comment doesn’t make it through.

    cantcforest says:
    August 21, 2019 at 9:27 pm

    I have issues with WordPress, which as a reasonably IT literate person, I have not bothered to resolve. My problem is that I can’t reliably sign on in one or two attempts.

    I believe my problems are self-inflicted as I don’t use a ‘standard’ browser, e.g. Chrome, and I don’t stay signed on at the end of a session. Another factor is my use of ad-blockers. I can’t point to any one of these specifically. FYI, I use Slimjet browser, do ad-blocking, and use DuckDuckGo for search.

    Good luck.

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      1. Moderators OT are generally irritable. Possibly due to the stress of managing a large blog….or a birds of a feather syndrome…because the author is a generally irritable sort as well.

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        1. Ok, that’s where I saw the name. Didn’t know they were a commenter, but had noticed their comments had some “bite” attached. Not my style.

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            1. Right. That’s how I remember seeing her name, reading her comments and wondering about all the negativity.

              Ad Rem is the only moderator I ever noticed.

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              1. She at least made clear she was a moderator, whereas the others didn’t.

                There seemed to be another, someone with ‘Jeans’ in her handle. Can’t remember the full name anymore.

                Ad Rem seemed fair. Not sure about the others.

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  19. With the post about human cloning, animal/human, and consuming human flesh my soul aches and trembles … I had to post this .. I feel sick …


    2 Peter 3:9
    9 The Lord is not slack concerning His promise, as some count slackness, but is longsuffering toward us, not willing that any should perish but that all should come to repentance.

    Who can hide in secret places so that I cannot see them?” declares the Lord. “Do not I fill heaven and earth?” declares the Lord.

    He says, “Be still, and know that I am God; I will be exalted among the nations, I will be exalted in the earth.”
    Psalm 46:10

    John 10:27-30
    27 My sheep hear My voice, and I know them, and they follow Me. 28 And I give them eternal life, and they shall never perish; neither shall anyone snatch them out of My hand. 29 My Father, who has given them to Me, is greater than all; and no one is able to snatch them out of My Father’s hand. 30 I and My Father are one.”

    John 16:33
    33 These things I have spoken to you, that in Me you may have peace. In the world you will have tribulation; but be of good cheer, I have overcome the world.”

    1 John 4:4
    4 You are of God, little children, and have overcome them, because He who is in you is greater than he who is in the world.

    Romans 8:35-37
    35 Who will separate us from the love of Christ? Will tribulation, or distress, or persecution, or famine, or nakedness, or peril, or sword? 36 Just as it is written, “For Your sake we are being put to death all day long;
    We were considered as sheep to be slaughtered.”
    37 But in all these things we overwhelmingly conquer through Him who loved us.

    Job 19:25
    25 For I know that my Redeemer lives,
    And He shall stand at last on the earth;

    Ephesians 2:8-9
    8 For by grace you have been saved through faith; and that not of yourselves, it is the gift of God; 9 not as a result of works, so that no one may boast.

    Titus 3:5
    5 He saved us, not on the basis of deeds which we have done in righteousness, but according to His mercy, by the washing of regeneration and renewing by the Holy Spirit,

     “For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans for welfare and not for evil, to give you a future and a hope.”
    —Jeremiah 29:11

    “He has caused us to be born again to a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead, to an inheritance that is imperishable, undefiled, and unfading, kept in heaven for you.”
    —1 Peter 1:3-4

    “Our citizenship is in heaven, and from it we await a Savior, the Lord Jesus Christ.”
    —Philippians 3:20

    “The Lord your God is in your midst, a mighty one who will save; he will rejoice over you with gladness; he will quiet you by his love; he will exult over you with loud singing.”
    —Zephaniah 3:17

    “May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace in believing, so that by the power of the Holy Spirit you may abound in hope.”
    —Romans 15:13

    “But they who wait for the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings like eagles;
    they shall run and not be weary; they shall walk and not faint.”
    —Isaiah 40:31

    “And now, O Lord, for what do I wait? My hope is in you.”
    —Psalm 39:7

    Psalm 91

    Jude 24-25
    Glory to God
    24 Now to Him who is able to keep you from stumbling,
    And to present you faultless
    Before the presence of His glory with exceeding joy,
    25 To God our Savior,
    Who alone is wise,
    Be glory and majesty,
    Dominion and power,
    Both now and forever.

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    1. nikkichico7,

      It is best we KNOW about the EVIL we are fighting instead of going around blind until it is WAY TOO LATE.

      Q warned us that it would be horrible.

      So did Dr. R.J. Rummel

      Power kills, absolute Power kills absolutely. This new Power Principle is the message emerging from my previous work on the causes of war1 and this book on genocide and government mass murder–what I call democide–in this century. The more power a government has, the more it can act arbitrarily according to the whims and desires of the elite, the more it will make war on others and murder its foreign and domestic subjects. The more constrained the power of governments, the more it is diffused, checked and balanced, the less it will aggress on others and commit democide. At the extremes of Power2, totalitarian communist governments slaughter their people by the tens of millions, while many democracies can barely bring themselves to execute even serial murderers….

      In 1986 I began this work on democide in order to complete tests of democracy as inherently a structure of non-violence and positive peace. I had shown in previous work that democracies do not make war on each other, and that the more liberally democratic–the more freedom people have–the less their foreign and domestic collective violence….

      Collecting data on democide was an horrendous task. I soon was overwhelmed by the unbelievable repetitiveness of regime after regime, ruler after ruler, murdering people under their control or rule by shooting, burial alive, burning, hanging, knifing, starvation, flaying, beating, torture, and so on and on. Year after year. Not hundreds, not thousands, not tens of thousands of these people, but millions and millions. Almost 170,000,000 of them, and this is only what appears a reasonable middle estimate. The awful toll may even reach above 300,000,000, the equivalent in dead of a nuclear war stretched out over decades….

      The actual quote I was looking for was removed/rewritten after Dr Rummel died. BUT I kept a copy of the original:

      …Just to give perspective on this incredible murder by government, if all these bodies were laid head to toe, with the average height being 5′, then they would circle the earth ten times. Also, this democide murdered 6 times more people than died in combat in all the foreign and internal wars of the century….

      After eight-years and almost daily reading and recording of men, women, and children by the tens of millions being tortured or beaten to death, hung, shot, and buried alive, burned or starved to death, stabbed or chopped into pieces, and murdered in all the other ways creative and imaginative human beings can devise, I have never been so happy to conclude a project. I have not found it easy to read time and time again about the horrors innocent people have been forced to suffer. What has kept me at this was the belief, as preliminary research seemed to suggest, that there was a positive solution to all this killing and a clear course of political action and policy to end it. And the results verify this. The problem is Power. The solution is democracy. The course of action is to foster freedom.

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    2. Full Armor – children’s book series that is based on full armor of God (fantasy/allegory). Child approved and parent approved in our home.
      The Prince Warriors by Priscilla Shirer

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  20. Deteriorata

    Go placidly amid the noise and waste,
    And remember what comfort there may be in owning a piece thereof.
    Avoid quiet and passive persons unless you are in need of sleep.
    Rotate your tires.
    Speak glowingly of those greater than yourself,
    And heed well their advice, even though they be turkeys.
    Know what to kiss and when.
    Consider that two wrongs never make a right,
    But that three lefts do.
    Wherever possible put people on “HOLD”.
    Be comforted that in the face of all aridity and disillusionment,
    And despite the changing fortunes of time,
    There is always a big future in computer maintenance.
    Remember the Pueblo.
    Strive at all times to bend, fold, spindle and mutilate.
    Know yourself. If you need help, call the FBI.
    Exercise caution in your daily affairs,
    Especially with those persons closest to you;
    That lemon on your left for instance.
    Be assured that a walk through the ocean of most souls,
    Would scarcely get your feet wet.
    Fall not in love therefore; it will stick to your face.
    Carefully surrender the things of youth: birds, clean air, tuna, Taiwan,
    And let not the sands of time get in your lunch.
    Hire people with hooks.
    For a good time, call 606-4311.
    Take heart amid the deepening gloom that your dog
    Is finally getting enough cheese;
    And reflect that whatever fortunes may be your lot,
    It could only be worse in Milwaukee.
    You are a fluke of the Universe.
    You have no right to be here, and whether you can hear it or not,
    The Universe is laughing behind your back.
    Therefore make peace with your God whatever you conceive him to be,
    Hairy Thunderer or Cosmic Muffin.
    With all its hopes, dreams, promises, and urban renewal,
    The world continues to deteriorate.
    Give up.

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  21. Good Afternoon Patriots ..
    I’m extremely sorry, It’s been a kinda a busy Whirlwind here at the Homestead..
    I DO NOT wish the Wrong thoughts getting into Folks Minds..

    Hence,, I’m ina Holding Pattern for a Day or Two..
    WHA/HUD are dragging their dern feet , I’m about 11 Days from…

    Judgment Day OR Eviction Day ..

    I DO NOT want to Whine , & Dine ya’ll.. 😉

    I’ve “secured 2 homes” One, I pictured Here once before, the second I gave GOOG Map Cords..

    Just the dern Government is working like it’s supposed to, It’s a feature, NOT a Bug.. Being ever Loving slow that is..

    I’m being Monitored across My Social Media/ Forum Accounts.. My E-mail is being Monitored..
    For any indications of conducting a Mass…. “event” or something like that.. (By the School et al)..
    I had MY PASTOR, a former LEO, tell me that I REALLY need to watch what I type on-line.. (inside info)..
    He opined I’m being “monitored”..

    Yes, I have My sources also..

    I wasn’t Notified,, to attend the Board of Directors Meeting, Nor invited, I cannot say How it went..
    Though, I haven’t heard back via E-mail from them either..

    Though I DID hear, and via a e-mail,, via a VPN address.. (Un-traceable)..
    **That the Misses & I WILL not be able to Rent in New Hanover County ever again.. ***

    Thats all it said.. I received the E-mail, into My PRIMARY E-mail address and ONLY a FEW Folks have it..
    (too discourage SPAM), I really have 3, Primary, secondary, and a “contest” address etc e-mail for Junk Mail..
    Folks,, ,, HERE,, have My Secondary.. (crossthread)..
    Hence, the WHA/Hud dragging their feet.. (I suspect) as the WHA/HUD Director, is closely Affiliated with the Parties involved..

    GOOD News is, the “second Home” has offered to ” Let US “take residence” UNTIL We get things sorted out..

    If We run out of TIME..

    This far We have spent..
    50.00 dollar Gas card..
    500.00 X 2 on “deposits” on two Homes (refundable on What-ever one We decide NOT to get into)..

    200.00 on packing boxes/Plastic Bins w/tops for Moving.. Misses China/blue Glass & Family Heirlooms, very Important things.. Wife stuff..

    I didn’t realize HEAVY DUTY, Packing & Moving boxes were so dern expensive! Shocked face
    Total so far on PRE-Moving expenses 750.00 Dollars..

    1407.50 Left in Our *Moving* bank account..
    For final deposits & Utility Deposits..

    400.00 in Cash, *On-Hand* Left, (the Misses has it) on hand..
    To that Special Someone that sent… A substantial Donation via Snail Mail (I’m bound by a NDA to NOT disclose His/Her ID).. I’ll present this picture When I Gave it ALL too the Misses..
    I tried to enlarge it My computer doesn’t like APPLE products in trying to enlarge things from it..
    Though you can see Her Oblivious Surprise.. Her jaw dropped to the floor..
    Again I’ll be keeping ya’ll “updated” as I have time, Which is running out..

    The Misses Surprised She is at the Eye-Doc today @Chaple Hill..

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    1. Good luck Crossthread. Glad your wife got to Chapel Hill. That is where we go for medical care and where I have dragged a friend of mine with multiple problems on several occasions.

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    2. Moving box suggestions…look on craigslist for deals from those who have recently moved. Low cost &/or free. Also, get boxes from local grocery stores for free

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      1. spelled it wrong….. Kudzu…Where these plants are naturalized, they can be invasive and are considered noxious weeds. The plant climbs over trees or shrubs and grows so rapidly that it kills them by heavy shading.
        Kudzu’s environmental and ecological damage results from its outcompeting other species for a resource. Kudzu competes with native flora for light, and acts to block their access to this vital resource by growing over them and shading them with its leaves. Native plants may then die as a result.[27]

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