News Roundup! China’s Economy Is In Contraction, PDJT Participates In Up-link Call With Astronauts During Spacewalk, Rally Recap Videos & Pictures, God Bless the Dallas Police, Rick Perry’s Farewell Video, Mexico Deporting Indians, Patriots Speak Out, Iowa Voters Not Interested In Impeachment, Money Talks & BS Walks, PDJT Is Suing CNN, HRC Versus Tulsi Gabbard, State Department Findings, Blacks Are Supporting PDJT, FLOTUS Finds Her Calling, I Like Him…..

China’s economy is continuing to contract.

From the article linked above:

  • Economic growth was the lowest since records began in March 1992 and below expectations of 6.1 per cent

China’s economy grew by 6.0 per cent in the third quarter of 2019, the lowest quarterly growth rate since records began in March 1992.

The new low marks a continuation in a long-running slump that has been compounded by the US-China trade war, which has hit manufacturing and exports in the world’s second largest economy.

It follows second quarter growth of 6.2 per cent, which was itself the lowest on record. The growth rate was below the result of a poll of economists conducted by Bloomberg, which had forecast 6.1 per cent.

The headline figure of 6.0 per cent gross domestic product (GDP) growth for the third quarter comes at a time of severe pressure on China’s economy and just days after the Washington-based International Monetary Fund (IMF) predicted that China’s growth will be 6.1 per cent in 2019 and 5.8 per cent in 2020, both downgrades from previous forecasts.

Yesterday our President spoke to National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) astronauts Christa Koch and Jessica Meir during the first all-woman spacewalk from the International Space Station (ISS).

Here are some shorter videoclips.

Rally Recap

What an absolutely amazing rally. Here are some video clips and photos from it.

Was so happy to see that Terrence Williams got to attend his first rally in person.

Scott Presler was there as well. He also was able to interview a few folks outside the arena.

Look at the size of the overflow crowd. Our President’s estimate is right!

Our Lion got home safe after another incredible day of winning!

Look at the incredible data that came out of Thursday night’s rally. Was really happy with the percent of Democrats and Hispanics that were in attendance.

God bless the Dallas Police for apprehending this guy before he had an opportunity to do serious damage.

Secretary of Energy, Rick Perry, will go down in the history books for bringing forward our President’s vision of ENERGY DOMINANCE. The job he did was incredible and he will be missed.

Mexico is continuing to do an incredible job with migrants.

From the article linked above:

Mexican immigration authorities say they have deported 311 Indian citizens in an unprecedented repatriation to that South Asian nation.

The National Immigration Institute said in a statement late Wednesday that it had flown the 310 men and one woman to New Dehli from Toluca.

At the Louis Vuitton event, PDJT was approached by a French reporter. What he said absolutely cracked me up!

Patriots are absolutely fired up! They are letting the Do Nothing Democrats know exactly how they feel.

Folks in Iowa don’t want to hear anything about impeachment.

From the article linked above:

President Trump appears to be holding his own in Iowa, where voters are dismissing impeachment as a major issue and the two top Democrats are losing to him in an election match-up.

The latest survey from Emerson Polling found that just 7% consider impeachment the “most important” issue. In order, they listed the economy, at 33%, healthcare, at 19%, and social issues at 10%.

Even among Democrats, impeachment doesn’t push through, with the top issue being healthcare, at 25%, the economy, at 17%, and the environment, at 14%.

Never forget that Money talks and BS walks when it comes time to vote in a Presidential Election.

This news made my day. I hope our President bankrupts them!

From the article linked above:

President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign has vowed to file a lawsuit against CNN and is seeking a “substantial payment” in the wake of a series of undercover videos showing bias against the Republican president inside the network.

HRC decided to accuse current Democrat Presidential Candidate Tulsi Gabbard of being a secret Russian agent.

From the article linked above:

“[Tulsi Gabbard is] the favorite of the Russians, and that’s assuming Jill Stein will give it up, which she might not because she’s also a Russian asset. She’s a Russian asset! I mean, totally. They know they can’t win without a third-party candidate.”

Tulsi Gabbard sent quite the response via twitter.

Emerald Robinson is absolutely right why HRC decided to take potshots at Tulsi Gabbard today.

From the article linked above:

State Department investigators probing Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server as secretary of state discovered nearly 600 security incidents that violated agency policy, according to a report the Daily Caller News Foundation obtained.

The investigation, conducted by the State Department’s Bureau of Diplomatic Security, found 38 individuals were culpable for 91 security violations. Another 497 violations were found, but no individuals were found culpable in those incidents.

One reason that investigators were unable to assign culpability in the 497 incidents was because of the duration of the investigation. Many of the subjects of the probe, including Clinton and her circle of aides, has left the State Department by the time the investigation began.

A 9 page unclassified report was sent to Iowa Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley. You can find it below.

Black Americans continue to awaken and speak out in support of our President.

Our President is seeing the seismic shift and is doing everything in his power to continue the momentum.

From the article linked above:

President Donald Trump has accepted an invitation to participate in a presidential candidate forum focused on improving the criminal justice system in the United States.

His participation will bring him to the historically black Benedict College in Columbia, South Carolina, where he will share billing with half a dozen Democrats vying to replace him in 2020.

The event next week, described as “exclusively focused on the future of criminal justice reform after the First Step Act,” ultimately represents a chance for Trump to speak publicly and substantively about the role he played in getting that criminal justice reform bill signed into law late last year.

The new law boosts rehabilitation programs for federal prisoners and gives judges greater discretion when sentencing nonviolent offenders, particularly for drug offenses. Thousands of inmates have been released as a result of this bill.

I am so happy that our FLOUTUS found a cause that is near and dear to her.

Our President is an APEX PREDATOR! Turkey, the Kurds and the European Union are finding out what it means to mess with our LION.

This young boy may not understand right now the tremendous impact our President is having on our country, but he and many others like him will reap the benefits throughout their adulthood.

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  1. “This young boy may not understand right now the tremendous impact our President is having on our country, but he and many others like him will reap the benefits throughout their adulthood.”

    Youngsters know a good person when they see him!

    So many kids are drawn to Trump. He’s like a granddad to them all.

    And Trump loves the kids too!

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  2. Thank you SO MUCH, Felice. You are such a valuable resource for us, and a consistent contributor in spreading the message about President Trump’s successes on our behalf. 🤓

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      1. I’m trying to figure why or what makes people like Zucker, Zuckenberg, et al turn into vile haters of people not like them. I believe it’s because they’re atheists – no belief in a higher being, so they have no faith to anchor them. Which really makes them Communists.

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        1. It’s possible. When people reject religious belief for primarily emotional reasons, what they are doing from that point on is living in rebellion.

          In a real sense they become enslaved to their own passions. Chiefly, their desires for anger, control, revenge, whatever the case might be.

          Zucker’s behavior (what is it with these sugar-coated names??) is entirely consistent with someone who has lived their lives looking for control, filled with anger, and a willingness to take malicious action to attack others.

          Control: He wormed his way up into President of CNN, arguably the most power new media corporation in the world (at least at one time). But that isn’t enough for Zucker. His lust for control expresses in a daily 9AM call where he gives directives from the top to every person in the organization. Even the evil Steve Jobs at his worst never went to this level.

          Anger and Vengence: We’re talking about a man who wakes up every morning thinking of new and innovative ways to attack and demonize Trump. A toddler’s anger is a temper tantrum, but an adult is capable of channeling that anger: it can be channeled constructively which is the ideal, or it can be channeled destructively. This is clearly destrutive: Every day he is willing to drive the network off a cliff and destroy/sacrifice his/CNN’s ratings and credibility for One Single Goal: To Destroy Trump.

          You cannot drive a car forever if you abuse it, and you cannot be Pres of CNN if you are going to implode the network. Either the shareholders will evict you or the bankruptcy court will. That’s where CNN is headed, full speed ahead on the fast track to destruction.

          I hope Trump buys up CNN, NYT, etc at fire-sale prices 😉

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          1. I also believe that there is a self-hating Jew issue inside some of these people, maybe that drives their lust for power – to make up for some kind of inferiority complex.

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          2. “Every day he is willing to drive the network off a cliff and destroy/sacrifice his/CNN’s ratings and credibility for One Single Goal: To Destroy Trump.”


            It is entirely possible (and, I think, probable) that he is expressing the will and wishes of his own superiors, and Zucker is simply in complete and zealous agreement with them.

            The MSM is a tool, a weapon in the hands of the Cabal.

            It’s not about money. They need money, so it’s good to have the enterprise be self sustaining if possible, but it will be kept afloat at all costs, because the Cabal cannot control the narrative without them (i.e., CNN, MSLSD, CBS, NBC, ABC, PBS, Fraud News, etc.).

            Apparently over 90% of all media is ultimately controlled by just six companies (multinational companies, IIRC). Clearly they are all operating in collusion with the same objectives, using the same 4am talking points, and using their media outlets to achieve the same ends.

            I don’t think Zucker is a rebel without a clue. If he was, he would have been fired a long time ago.

            I think he is just following orders that he enthusiastically agrees with.

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          3. Good pun on Zucker… remember that too much Zucker can be poisonous…

            Maybe Zucker and Zuckerberg (oh, mountain of sugar that he is) can just crystallize, like the Andromeda strain, and travel with Musk(rat) to Mars… or beyond, say, Proxima Centauri, or, better yet, expore the supposed black hole at the center of our galaxy…

            Or even the micro black hole that’s posited as “Planet XI” (Pluto IS a planet, at least in my book – leave Clyde Tombaugh ALONE, even if he wasn’t a professional astronomer and WAS an American) (yep, Brown has a LOT of issues…).

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        2. They have personal stuff that bad actors have documented. They are terrified of exposure. I think zucker knows that Potus knows exactly what he is

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  3. ack

    Thomas Wictor @ThomasWic

    For @MarcusJ65

    Let’s talk about two things that everyone is afraid to mention:

    Infant mortality rate and teen suicide.

    Both are extremely high in the US. Why?

    Illegal immigration from Mexico.

    This is a 15-year old. She’s considered a woman.


    Thomas Wictor @ThomasWic

    What’s the number one reason for infant mortality?

    Low birth weight.

    What’s the number one reason for low birth weight?

    Teenage pregnancy.


    Thomas Wictor @ThomasWic

    What’s the number one cause of teen suicide?

    Sexual molestation.

    Which ethnic group has the highest rate of female teen suicide?



    Thomas Wictor @ThomasWic

    Illegal immigration from Mexico skews all our statistics.

    The girl down the street used to dance to Mariah Carey in the front yard.

    She weighed 300 pounds, but a one-eyed Guatemalan gardener knocked her up.

    When she wouldn’t go into labor, they made her walk up and down the street.

    It was horrifying.


    Thomas Wictor @ThomasWic

    The people who moved into the house next to my parents had a teenage daughter who had a daughter who had a daughter.

    They all look like they’re the same age: fifty.

    The grandmother is 36.


    There’s a huge problem with domestic violence. All this breeding causes emotional distress, so the men bring out the knives and guns.


    Thomas Wictor @ThomasWic

    Proponents of illegal immigration says that we have all the same problems here.

    Of course.

    But we don’t celebrate our daughters’ 15th birthday as her graduation to womanhood.

    I’ll tell you one of the worst things I ever experienced. It was in a pharmacy.

    A little Mexican girl was eating a Hostess Snoball. She was about seven. Really beautiful.


    Thomas Wictor @ThomasWic

    Her fat young mother was having one of those endless problems with the prescription, so the little girl came up to me and offered me a bite of her Snoball.

    I politely declined, and she began speaking to me in Spanish.

    She was trying to SEDUCE me. Seven years old, and her eyes were hard and calculating.

    She knew how to manipulate men. It was horrifying. She was like a dead little girl.

    She was like the young women in Hollywood.


    Thomas Wictor @ThomasWic

    She still haunts me, because there was nothing I could do.

    She was already ruined.

    The languid way she spoke and posed meant that she already had “bad wisdom,” as Suzanne Vega calls it.

    And the mother ignored her little girl talking to a middle-aged man, a complete stranger.


    Thomas Wictor

    Not very many things get to me, but that day was very sad.

    We need a wall as soon as possible.

    By allowing unfettered illegal immigration, our country is complicit in the destruction of children.

    We can’t control how Mexicans raise their daughters, but we can force them to keep it in Mexico.


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    1. Thomas Wictor @ThomasWic
      @Jeameabea @MarcusJ65

      I tried to watch a news story about ten-year-old former conjoined twins separated at six months old.

      They started twerking for the news crew, so I went to another video.

      Godspeed, girls. I don’t even want to know.


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      Thomas Wictor @ThomasWic
      @DTPrez @MarcusJ65

      Adult men always say, “SHE came on to ME.”

      So what?


      It doesn’t matter if she came on to you. If you take her up on it, you have to go jail for rest of your life.


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    2. Hate to tell you, the exploitation and impregnation of minors was prevalent in some black communities when I was growing up….and to some extent, may still be.

      It was 1972 and I was 26 when my first daughter was born and when I was holding her on my hip ordering lunch at a fast food place, the nice black lady next to me said ‘Your granddaughter is so sweet.’

      In her culture, girls had babies as soon as they had their first periods, and any local ob-gyn would attest to that. You could be a ‘great-gran’ at 40 easy-peasy. We used to call it ‘black years’ like some folks say ‘dog years’.

      Nowadays, we call marketing children a crime….back then it was a cultural thing.

      Welfare complicated and exacerbated the picture, because having more babies younger increased family income and benefits exponentially.

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      1. It’s the same in Islamic societies. Girls are married as young as possible (12 is customary). No unmarried mums unless living in western countries so they could claim welfare whilst being one o 4 wives, each with her own public housing place

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        1. It’s not uncommon here in beautiful downtown Deutschland (not Burbank 🙂 ), to see a Moslem man (and I use that term loosely) walking 10-15 feet in front of his Burka-burdened wife (ves), often with a double (or even QUAD) stroller, pregnant, with older children (and perhaps the other concubines) beside her.

          Typical fecundity of a Moslem woman here is at least FIVE CHILDREN, with up to FOUR “wives” permitted per male.

          Add that to the mostly military-aged, misanthropic Moslem males invading Germany since 2015; estimates range from 1,000,000 to 1,500,000.

          Hmmm. One male, four women, five children per = 25x the number of Moslem males streaming in to formerly beautiful downtown Deutschland, as in 25,000,000 to 27,500,000 MOSLEM INVADERS, or almost 50% of our current population.

          Coudenhove and Kalergi would be proud. Maybe they’re cheering in Hell…

          Yet Merde-Kuh and her ilk are unfazed, if not deliriously happy.

          The rest of us aren’t. Watch the AfD. And, please, pray for us…

          True Gernans (like my extended family here) want the old days (Wirtschaftswunder) back; NOT WWI and WWII, but the GOOD DAYS…

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          1. You have my heart felt prayers. (If that doesnt piss god off-who tf are you?). We are infested too and they use lawfare at every opportunity to get more. We also close to china

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      2. It is not just black and hispanic communities – after my stepfather raped my 11 or 12 year old sister, his comment to the judge? “Old enough to bleed, old enough to breed.” And the judge laughed.

        It is a morality problem – period.

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          1. The dirty little secret that the elitist White women don’t want the world to know – the reason why they’re adamant about abortion? They want sex without consequences. That’s what this is about – not just their control of minority populations, although that’s in there too, but when living an amoral life – they fight off any inconvenience.

            That’s the degradation of the culture.

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            1. It seems to me that everything changed when “The Pill” became generally available.

              With that “chemical protection”, responsibility, integrity, chastity, modesty, being a gentleman or a lady lost their relevance, necessity, and importance, not to mention their societal imperatives.

              Shame and embarrassment, not to mention the stigma of being “knocked up” or being known to “put out” disappeared from the list of “things to avoid” or “don’t let the parents know”.

              Abortion, and abortifacient meds (the “morning after pill”) only make things worse.

              And, worst of all, our FUTURE, our PROGENY, our best hope besides SALVATION, is sacrificed on the demonic altar of convenience, gotta-have-it-now, “sexuelle nötigung” (as they call what the Moslems here have when they can’t wait when they see a white girl that they want), “Hollywoooood” as a prospective renter put it (whom we immediately rejected because of that), or any of a thousand things the pervs in Hollyweird and elsewhere utter…

              They have taken one of the most wonderful things GOD has given us, and debased it to their depths of depravity, down to Satan’s sewers. There are many, many, MANY more Epsteins out there. And there are likely many MILLIONS of victims.

              May GOD shine HIS light on all of this, and expose the perpetrators, bringing them to justice, and HEAL and BLESS the victims and their families and loved ones, and end this depravity FOREVERMORE.

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        1. Our family had its own such monsters that have affected generations.

          However, I was speaking of statistically provable cultural norms. As was Ozzy re: Islamic culture.

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    Thomas Wictor @ThomasWic

    See, the Mexicans LOVE the cartels. They’re seen as the ultimate manly men.

    Videos of the fighting in Culiacan showed people laughing as they filmed it.

    Do you know what THIS means?


    Thomas Wictor @ThomasWic

    That guy was a 17-year-old alcoholic midget social-media star who almost certainly had Down Syndrome.

    He would drink and cavort with skimpily clad women.

    In one show, he insulted the Sinaloa Cartel, so three gunman showed up at the bar and shot him over 100 times.

    And Mexicans think it’s FUNNY.

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  5. @ThomasWic I don’t want to be accused of painting with a broad brush, but there are some cultures that have little to no value in civilized society. If the mindset is stuck 200 years in the past, then how can there be compatibility or immersion?


    Thomas Wictor @ThomasWic

    As I sit here, my neighbors are setting off fireworks that sound like artillery rounds.

    These are primitive people. That’s all there is to it. They enjoy simple pleasures, like explosions and fatty foods.

    And on Twitter, they’re blaming everyone but themselves.


    The cartels are like the Aztecs, butchering people alive.

    In a very real sense, Mexicans are proud of the cartels.


    Kim @Baline
    @ThomasWic I had a small taste of it when a large family rented a house on the corner of my street. I called it the quinceanera house because they had loud parties every weekend tented outside, rented bouncy house for all the kids and the insufferable music till all hours. Cars illegally parked and blocking peoples driveways and the finale would be trash everywhere the next day. So glad they moved out.


    Thomas Wictor

    My neighbors across the street were illegally breeding Rottweilers, so I sent a complaint to Animal control.

    The neighbor came over and told us that we hadn’t acted like MEN. Why didn’t we talk to him like MEN?

    Would he have stopped illegally breeding Rottweilers if we talked to him like MEN? No.

    He’s insane.

    It’s the same with the Mexicans with the roosters in Las Vegas.

    They simply WILL NOT obey laws. It’s their culture.
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    1. “They simply WILL NOT obey laws. It’s their culture.”


      They don’t NEED to obey laws, because OUR government and law enforcement doesn’t STOP them.

      If law enforcement punished the protected classes the way they punish white people, the protected classes wouldn’t act the way they do.

      Simple as that.

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      1. That video of Antifa in Dallas being taken out by the armored police was GLORIOUS!!!

        If the cops weren’t given stand down orders from the idiot political leftist mayors looking to make a scene to score cheap points, places like Minneapolis and Portland would be a completely different story.

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          1. I don’t have it handy – I think it was posted on the Dallas rally thread, otherwise it was on the daily thread for 10/17. There were a LOT of pages to dig through for that post I’m afraid…

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      2. Which reminds me of one of the few things GWB said that holds up under scrutiny.

        “The soft bigotry of low expectations”.

        That’s what the Left did when they created an unconstitutional ‘class system’ in America. The Left holds protected classes to a lower standard, because the Left doesn’t believe they are capable of doing better.

        If the protected classes were held to the same standards as the unprotected class, if society had the SAME expectations of them as they do for the unprotected class, not only would there be equal justice under law and significantly less division, but their own lives would improve as well.

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  6. I’m sorry, but I’m grinding my cognitive gears here……from the transcript of the call to the ISS: “ADMINISTRATOR BRIDENSTINE: There’s about a four- or five-second delay.”

    Where is it?

    The ISS orbits at a height between 408 and 411 km above the earth’s surface — about 254 miles. Since it circles the entire earth every 92 minutes, it obviously would change cellphone towers a leetle beet faster than the system was designed for…….but surely it could relay through standard geosynchronous satellites. I you posit standard geosynchronous birds at every hour, the ISS would be in optimal range of one every 92/24 = 3.83 minutes. That seems doable.

    The press thingie was scheduled ahead of time, so the ISS should have been directly overhead. So the delay should have been (1) ISS to geosynchronous; (2) geosynchronous to ground; (2) ground to WH. A geosynchronous orbit is at 35,786 km.

    Mind you, the speed of light is 299,792 km/sec. A radio signal can travel to geosynchronous, then to ground, in less than 0.2 seconds.

    If Bridenstine had said, “a second or two”, I’d be snoozin’……but where do the other seconds come from?

    And, if this observation is anywhere close to accurate…..shouldn’t we be thinking of upgrading our space communications infrastructure?

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    1. Well, the video footage of the space station is actually being shot in somebody’s garage in Arizona, and they know that most people won’t go to the trouble of working out the numbers the way you did, so they fake a long delay to make it seem ‘real’, like most NPCs would expect. 😁

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    2. We don’t know what the circuit is nor how many relays it goes through.

      That being said, 5 seconds seems long, and whatever system they’re using could stand an upgrade. But that upgrade might cost billions of dollars.

      Those geosynch relay satellites, for instance, might not actually exist. (Geosynch satellites exist, but does NASA own any or have access to them for this?) NASA tends to use ground stations, at least for its deep space probes. But that, of course, makes the expected delay SHORTER, not longer, since there’s no 50,000 mile trip up to the satellite and back down to earth.

      So yeah, I don’t understand it either.

      But I’m not going to assume they’re covering something up just because I don’t understand it.

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    Thomas Wictor @ThomasWic

    Listen to the horrible music.

    It makes you want to vomit.

    But in Mexico, it’s a sign of machismo.

    Sonia Tovar on Twitter


    Thomas Wictor @ThomasWic

    It’s narco music. The subject matter is murder and infidelity.

    Our cultures can’t coexist. Our values are too different.


    Illegal Mexicans become a slave class in the US. Second-generation illegal aliens don’t speak ANY language fluently, and they drop out of school.



    Thomas Wictor @ThomasWic

    Mexico used to have a vibrant film industry, an art industry, and respected universities.

    In the movie The Treasure of the Sierra Madre, the Mexicans all speak PERFECT Spanish. It’s beautiful.

    I can’t understand today’s young Mexicans.

    Keep in mind that SUDAN decided to fix itself.

    Mexico can certainly do the same.


    Thomas Wictor

    The only solution is to wall them off and let them decide what they want to do.

    If they continue to love the cartels, FINE.

    The wall will keep them out, and the attack in Culiacan showed that the cartels have zero military skills.

    Personally, I think Mexicans have all the skills needed to succeed. But they’ve let their culture become debauched and debased.
    Oct 19, 2019, 16:47 · Web · 2 · 6

    Thomas Wictor @ThomasWic

    So until they reject organized crime and corruption, they need to be walled off.

    I have to move from my home of thirty years because there’s no quality of life here.

    “You should stay and fight!”

    No. I need at least five years of me-time before I take my dirt nap.

    I fought the good fight, and I lost. So now I leave California forever.

    California is Upper Mexico, and I want to live the rest of my life in the United States.



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    @ThomasWic @Baline

    I have a client who is a SPED teacher who said the same thing about multiple Mexican families living in 1 home. She has 4 kids in her classroom. These kids have been w/her for 3 yrs. She said 2 of her kids are Mexican & are related. She’s never met the parents—they aren’t involved in the kids edu.They speak no English. She complained they aren’t taken care of & only get to eat at school. School officials went to their home several X’s & said at least 15 ppl live in the house

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  9. Brother of Honduran president is convicted of drug conspiracy after it was revealed he sent more than 200,000 kg of cocaine to the U.S. and El Chapo gave $1 million to 2013 presidential campaign in exchange for favors

    Juan Antonio ‘Tony’ Hernández was found guilty at a New York federal court Friday of drug conspiracy, weapons charges and lying to the DEA
    The 41-year-old former Honduran congressman is the brother of Honduras President Juan Orlando Hernández

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        1. Sometimes simple, well tested stuff is best. Today’s programmers don’t even know how to properly design tests to verify their software.

          A good example of “new” is not better is the replacement of decades old tried and true analog electric meters. The new digital meters are inaccurate (wildly off in certain weather conditoins), induce toxic dirty electricity into homes, and for older homes, have been known to cause fires. What a sham.

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          1. When I was a radioman in the Navy in the early 1970’s I knew some lifers who could read those yellow punch tapes. I never bothered to learn how as it wasn’t necessary for me to do my job. Besides, I transferred to Special Services and ran the base swimming pool in the summer and the base bowling alley in the winter.

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        1. I hung on to the ones I used in my first programming class, at first thinking what was on there might be useful someday. But the system that read them, as far as I can tell, didn’t continue onwards (CP/M was the OS, and I don’t remember the brand but the “box” was huge compared to anything that might be considered a PC today or even in the late 1980s).

          They had less capacity than a one sided, standard density 5 1/4 disk, if memory serves.

          (I’m sure I have manual pages I printed off the Cyber supercomputer too, somewhere. Of course, it was a supercomputer by the standards of its day, not by ours, not by a long shot. Designed by Seymour Cray before he started Cray.)

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          1. I have to chuckle – floppies or not, outdated or not, they were simply a method for moving data. Now we have the Internet and humongous hard drives!

            As I have reiterated before, I started in computers with the 8 MM tapes, progressed to/through the Magcard, the stand-alone word processors, desktops with 8″ floppies to 5″ floppies to the smaller hard disks to hard drives and CDs/DVRs/thumb drives, etc., etc..

            What a ride!!!!

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            1. I remember my first 1GB SD card. Realizing that it was the equivalent of 25 of the 40MB hard drive on my first machine and had cost a lot less than one of them (it was $10 per megabyte back then). I had this mental image of myself sitting in front of that computer (and a big box with more hard drives in it) and typing D:, E:….up to Z: and still having one more hard drive I couldn’t use because I had run out of alphabet.

              I just now moved files on a 128 GB usb stick, and I just bought a number of 4000 GB hard drives for a network attached server, and remember each of those GBs is 25 of my first hard drive… The house would be full, floor to ceiling, wall to wall of hard drives.

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              1. Heyyy, I have some of the test equipment that cavemen used to debug fire… 🙂
                (to paraphrase “Soul of a New Machine”…).

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            2. Have you ever experienced the *cough* joy of dropping a large, unnumbered card deck? 🙂


              We had a 5MB disc (HP7905) on an HP3000 in 1978 (77?) that probably cost north of $50K. A few years later, 1985 in Germany I bought a few 5MB drives (9145?) for our HP150s for around $15K each. Now, a MILLION times as much storage (5TB) costs about $120.00 (were such a size available – 4TB or 6TB are)…

              Now, with micro SDXC capacities reaching 400GB and beyond, it’s possible to lose a company in an unfortunately placed cup of coffee… ahhh, progress… but, not to worry, Sandisk (and I’m sure others) make SDXC cards that are, erm, water and heat resistant (more intended for GoPros, no doubt)…

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      1. So did IBM system 34’s, IIRC Wang Word Processors and Pertec key-to-disc terminals, and the HP300, a great machine that never made it to prime time (oooh, and probably some of the Prime machines)… Don’t remember if the HP250 and HP260 had them…

        Qume, famous for the Daisy-Wheel printer, also made large floppy drives… Somehow 11″ pops into my head…

        Anyone need an original, HP-genuine, SEALED copy of HP New Wave ? 🙂
        (Anyone remember the three-party lawsuit around that?)…

        And “Alltronics”, “Curtis Trading Co.”, and “Weird Stuff”, maybe also “Computer Literacy”, St. John’s Bar and Grill and Dela Cruz Deli from the old Sili Valley???

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          1. I have a set too, as well as disk images for just about everything Micro$haft made up to Win10, thanks to years of (all-but-wasted) MSDN Universal Subscriptions, as well as TechNet (Tech nut?).
            IIRC, back in the early 90’s (1994 or so?) Micro$oft offered a lifetime subscription to MSDN (was an ad in Dr. Dobbs DB magazine). I think it was around $1K or so. If only…

            I’ve got an ancient version of Quicken 🙂 As well as an €800 and change Epson A3 Profi Stylus Pro 2100/2200 printer complete with roll feed, cutter, output basket, and 2**n-1 ink tanks (never did buy the CIS 😦 ). Great quality, but it takes FOREVER for a full A3 or 19″+ print to come out. Oh, also does posters up to 21 feet (or so) long. Hate to think how long they’d take… If I’d launched one back when I bought it (2004-ish) it’d probably be getting done just about now 🙂

            When I go through my “parts farm” the first thing that goes through my head is “If only I had a time machine so I could go back and get my money back on all this stuff”… I’d be rich… or at least uncluttered… and my “honey-do-list” would be much, MUCH shorter 😀


    1. Careful with that slide as it opens the door to being called “fake”. This is because the numbers for Obama in 2009, shortly after he was elected, can logically to blamed on his predecessor, President Bush. President Obama inherited a recession.

      The 2019 numbers reflect President Trump’s economy nearly three years into his Presidency.

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  10. Cheryl boosted
    Thomas Wictor @ThomasWic
    @hejoural @Joycevor @carolinacally

    Yeah, I’d call this revealing.

    “When Gabbard appeared in Syria, last January, many wondered whether she was carrying a message to Assad from Trump. She says that she was not, and that she didn’t even tell the incoming Administration that she was going there. She met twice with Assad.”

    Gabbard loves Assad and hates the Saudis.

    She’s an Iranian agent.

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  11. “Yesterday our President spoke to National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) astronauts Christa Koch and Jessica Meir during the first all-woman spacewalk from the International Space Station (ISS).”


    I don’t know… it just seems like it would be a more impressive achievement if the girls had invented flight, invented and manufactured their own rockets, flew to their own space station, and then did the first all-girl space Macarena, instead of needing to use all the boys’ stuff to get there and then making the victory lap all about themselves.

    Just seems… shallow, somehow 😉

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    1. Female here. Yeah, the whole “female first spacewalk” is contrived, awkward.
      In 1968, I wanted to be an astronaut desperately. I would swing so high on the playground, I thought I could leap off and touch the clouds.
      And I wasn’t suppressed because I was a girl.
      Quit making women the token. It’s demeaning to all women.

      All this says is…….. men did it 50yrs ago, so women finally got around to figuring it out.

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      1. I’m concerned about using women on long duration space flight – Moon, ISS, Mars, etc. A strong young and healthy male body will take some abuse but even for a man’s body zero G is very destructive. I don’t like the idea of having a token woman on a flight who comes back as a hero, and with a lifetime of medical problems. Although I love sending astronauts into space I am not a fan of these manned epic excursions. There is zero reason to land people on Mars. At least the moon has real strategic and commercial importance, and is much closer.

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        1. “There is zero reason to land people on Mars.”


          I can think of at least one reason, probably the oldest reason, the reason why Mankind, from the beginning, packed up what he needed to survive, and left to explore the world.

          We are explorers, and curious by nature.

          We climb mountains because they are there.

          We have been to the Moon, but we have not yet been to another planet, and we have been eyeing that red one in the night sky since the dawn of Man.

          So if we can find a way to do it, we’re going to go, because that’s what we do 🙂

          To paraphrase one of JFK’s better speeches, we don’t do these things because they are easy, but because they are hard.

          Here it is:

          On September 12, 1962, a warm and sunny day, President Kennedy delivered his speech before a crowd of about 40,000 people in the Rice University football stadium, many of them students.[8][10] The middle portion of the speech has been widely quoted, and reads as follows:

          “We set sail on this new sea because there is new knowledge to be gained, and new rights to be won, and they must be won and used for the progress of all people. For space science, like nuclear science and all technology, has no conscience of its own. Whether it will become a force for good or ill depends on man, and only if the United States occupies a position of pre-eminence can we help decide whether this new ocean will be a sea of peace or a new terrifying theater of war. I do not say that we should or will go unprotected against the hostile misuse of space any more than we go unprotected against the hostile use of land or sea, but I do say that space can be explored and mastered without feeding the fires of war, without repeating the mistakes that man has made in extending his writ around this globe of ours.

          There is no strife, no prejudice, no national conflict in outer space as yet. Its hazards are hostile to us all. Its conquest deserves the best of all mankind, and its opportunity for peaceful cooperation may never come again. But why, some say, the Moon? Why choose this as our goal? And they may well ask, why climb the highest mountain? Why, 35 years ago, fly the Atlantic? Why does Rice play Texas?

          We choose to go to the Moon! We choose to go to the Moon…We choose to go to the Moon in this decade and do the other things, not because they are easy, but because they are hard; because that goal will serve to organize and measure the best of our energies and skills, because that challenge is one that we are willing to accept, one we are unwilling to postpone, and one we intend to win, and the others, too.”

          I hope we go.

          We need to try big things, and fail, and learn, and keep trying, to ultimately achieve big things.

          It’s part of who we are.

          To inspire the generations who come after us, to stand on our shoulders, and go further, taking the next step.

          To boldly go where no man has gone before. 👍 😁

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        2. I’m most worried about the radiation, and the possible effects on the women’s (and indeed the men’s) future progeny.

          And we will never be “colorblind” or “genderblind” or “whateverblind” until we can say, “a couple of astronauts did a great spacewalk today, accomplishing X, Y, and Z”, with no mention of gender, color, background, nationality, religion, whether they like pizza or not (though ROUNDTABLE, the last honest pizza is a bonus 🙂 ), etc.

          Despite his acerbic personality, Larry Ellison occasionally says some brilliant things. One of them is in their hiring practices handbook: “Equal talent ALWAYS has equal opportunity”.

          Quit looking at the person, and start looking at how they do their job. That’s all that counts.

          I had a boss that was, probably on tiptoe, 4′ 11″ or so. But, he was the biggest man I ever worked for. And, after the first day, never even noticed. Best boss I ever had, and I’ve had a number of good ones over the years thanks to “the HP Way”…

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        3. I wonder why the ISS was not designed like the station in 2001 – A Space Odyssey. It seems to me that it would be no more difficult to construct than the one we have.

          Most relevant to your comment is that the gravity issue would not exist. And if they needed to have zero G for scientific experiments, they could just climb up (relatively) to the center section of the wheel.

          But I guess they didn’t want to be accused of getting their ideas from the movies.

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              1. IIRC it’s mostly an engineering problem. We can’t get enough materials into orbit, and the materials aren’t strong enough to support it. At least, not on the pittance budget they built it with.


      2. “Female here.”



        I knew it! 😁


        “In 1968, I wanted to be an astronaut desperately. I would swing so high on the playground, I thought I could leap off and touch the clouds.”


        That must have been amazing. To remember a time when mankind had not yet been to the Moon, and dream about it, and then to actually be alive (and old enough to understand) during that tiny window of opportunity in the history of the world, to see it happen. To see with your own eyes and experience the wonder and feeling that truly anything is possible.

        Even taking a rocket to the Moon, and landing on it. And phoning home! And then making it back home again, living to tell about it. It must have been incredible.

        I dreamed about it too, a lot. But it had already happened by the time I was dreaming about it 😁

        Supposedly my Mom woke me up in the middle of the night to watch the first Moon landing because my Grandpa called and told her to do it, but I was definitely too young to remember it. I was really still too young by the LAST Moon landing (1972) to remember it.

        I would really like to see it happen, to see Americans landing on the Moon again. People who are able to remember it have a perspective that is missing from those who don’t.

        For those who didn’t experience it, it’s just history, it doesn’t seem any more ‘real’ than black and white photos of WWII, or Columbus discovering the new world or anything else in history, because we didn’t live through it, we didn’t experience it personally.

        It is an experience I would very much like to have some day 🙂

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        1. One thing that perhaps will be lost on a lot of people is our generation is the last generation where reaching and exploring the moon was, at one time, in the future, i.e. we lived during a time when then moon had not been reached, either by probe or by manned spacecraft.

          I can remember all of the sci-fi novels, the Heinleins, the Asimovs, the Clarkes, Verne, etc. and their speculations of what the Moon held in store for us. Perhaps miles of dust to trap our exporers, radiation or other hazards, or, even little (or gigantic) green men hellbent on keeping us away from their domicile…

          Our children will never know that feeling, nor the feeling of wonder at seeing the Moon, our satellite (indeed, our sister planet, as many consider the earth-moon pair to be a twin planet owing to the relative sizes), explored for the first time.

          As we have no idea of what it was like for folks in Europe to hear tales of the “New World”. Then again, there are always new frontiers, and opporunities “to boldly go where no man has gone before…”. As Gaal Dornick would well know 🙂

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          1. “I can remember all of the sci-fi novels, the Heinleins, the Asimovs, the Clarkes, Verne, etc. and their speculations of what the Moon held in store for us. Perhaps miles of dust to trap our exporers, radiation or other hazards, or, even little (or gigantic) green men hellbent on keeping us away from their domicile…”


            Yes… I know what you are referring to!

            My uncle had a cabinet with sliding glass doors that stretched the length of an entire wall in his old bedroom at my Grandma’s house. It was filled with models he had made as a child in the 1950s, of space ships and space stations. I spent many hours looking at those models, and thinking about them.

            I also read books by Heinlein (Starship Troopers is one I remember), Asimov and Clarke (and others) when I was a kid, because my Dad had stacks of those books from when he was a kid (and still read a lot of science fiction as an adult).

            He said that I would like them — and he was right 😁


        2. It was a magical time. We were living in Chicago. Dad was building skyscrapers.
          The first color tv we got was for the landing on the moon.
          He brought it home, plugged it all up, first thing we watched was The Flintstones.
          We gathered around the the landing and the telecast ——– and it was in black and white!!!!!!!!!!!
          Oh well, Star Trek was in color!

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  12. Ivanka: “Today marked one giant leap for WOMANkind – the FIRST all-female spacewalk! ”


    They better have been playing I am Woman, Hear Me Roar as they exited the space station.

    It would be humiliating to have come so far, only to have forgotten to bring along the theme song that made the dream possible… 😂

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  13. “Tonight, we forcefully condemn the blatant corruption of the Democrat Party, the Fake News Media, and the rogue bureaucrats of the Deep State. The only message these radicals will understand is a crushing defeat on November 3, 2020!”


    I think they would understand the message of a deep, dark prison cell too.

    You know… just sayin’… just throwin’ it out there… just an idea…

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  14. Regarding the malignant media’s #FakeNews, and the now exposed evidence of their intentions to cause harm, with malice aforethought.
    I see where POTUS’ campaign is going after CNN on the grounds of false advertising… but I think they’ve got them on the two points I mention. James O’Keefe’s work produces evidence that any number of people who have been attacked, lied about, abused, etc. by CNN grounds for civil suits. The criminality might lie in the false advertising

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  15. TWO TRUMP RALLIES in November!!!

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  16. Democrat policies and corruption have and will continue to corrupt the health care sector:


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  17. CROWDSTRIKEgate: A Massive Deep State Scandal that Will Collapse the Democrat Party

    October 19, 2019
    from State Of The Nation

    “The impeachment hoax
    was initiated because of
    Trump’s determination
    to fully expose

    That radioactive scandal
    perpetrated by CrowdStrike
    and the DNC leadership
    is so dangerous to the
    Democrat Party they
    desperately started the
    impeachment inquiry.
    Now Trump really wants
    that epic fraud investigated
    because his presidency
    depends upon it.”
    — Intelligence Analyst & Former U.S. Military Officer

    [Excerpt] Read more at the link above…

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    1. I can’t wait for the details about CrowdStrike to start coming out. That company is an embarrassment and a joke. And yet still many cyber folks spread the notion that they are a “respected” cyber company! Any company that needs it’s own graphic designer to draw scary graphics for APTs is in it only for the marketing ploy and is a total joke.

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    October 19, 2019
    by Geoffrey Grinder, Now The End Begins

    In a four page letter to CNN, Zucker and Executive Vice President David Vigilante, Trump attorney Charles J. Harder cited years of anti-Trump bias at the network and claimed that the cable giant has broken its promise of “excellence in journalism.” He added, “Never in the history of this country has a president been the subject of such a sustained barrage of unfair, unfounded, unethical and unlawful attacks by so-called ‘mainstream news, as the current situation.”

    Outraged by secretly taped anti-Trump comments attributed to CNN President Jeff Zucker and others at the cable network, President Trump’s campaign is vowing to sue the company for “a substantial payment of damages.”

    [Excerpt] Read more at the link above…

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      1. “Hillary—you smell like shit!!! What’s that cabbage and sulfur odor???”


        She calls it Eau de LoPH.

        If it sounds exotic, it’s not.

        It’s just an acronym for Lack of Personal Hygiene.

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  19. Interesting data from Louisiana’s recent elections. Might have to read it a couple of times, little confusing, but it’s bodes well for us, Blacks voting GOP. At least that’s my take.

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  21. Those of us who have been awakened have learned that nothing we’re hearing from the presstitutes is real.

    This is just my opinion, but I am also sounding the alarm on Tulsi. Hellary just made her a sympathetic figure, put her name all over the place which will attract funding, and lots of repubs/conservatives think she’s the ‘normal’ candidate and rushing to her defense.

    This thread is full of over-the-top language, but he’s got the facts to back up his alarm bells. Tulsi is NOT a moderate, she’s just really good at sounding like one.

    PLEASE read this thread to learn the truth about Tulsi.

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      1. ^^^THIS EXACTLY!!!^^^

        It’s political kabuki theater/drama.

        Hillrotten is to be rejected along with ALL socialist Democrats, abortion worshippers, open border globalist Democrats AND Republicans!!!

        Remember – Rubio, Romney, McMullin (and McCain) were/are the open borders amnesty globalist crowd.

        Authors of the Gang of Eight Amnesty bill:
        Sen. Michael Bennet, D-CO
        Sen. Dick Durbin, D-IL
        Sen. Jeff Flake, R-AZ
        Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-SC
        Sen. John McCain, R-AZ
        Sen. Bob Menendez, D-NJ
        Sen. Marco Rubio, R-FL
        Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-NY[6]

        Never forget it was our brilliant Stephen Miller, who helped Jeff Sessions defeat that Bill!!!

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      1. She’s a communist, as bad as any of the other Leftists, but she’s not pig-ugly, which makes her stand out among the other pigs, and the incels (new term I discovered over on NeonRevolt recently) who can’t meet real girls and spend their lives watching online porn would rather look at Tulsi than Trump.

        That’s the Tulsi Gabbard effect in a nutshell.

        She’s prettier than Trump (or female, at least), and less ugly than the rest of the devilrat field.

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    1. I consider, Tulsi a she-wolf. Other than her looks, she isn’t any different than her commie/fascist fellow travelers. She a Trojan Horse, trying to pass herself off as a “moderate” – there are no moderates in the Democrat Party.

      BTW, while she might attract male voters, a lot of the women in the Dem base despise attractive women. not sure she get their vote.

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      1. Thank you T3 I found it very intriguing, they better keep their hands of my non vegan diet if they know what’s best for em.
        There is no way I can do without beef,pork or chicken.

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            1. Somebody convinced the vendors that people would only eat grain fed bison. Ugh. Totally wrong thinking. I’ve been ordering direct from a ranch and yeah, the shipping on dry ice costs a bunch, but when I order it’s to put up in my freezer for the year.

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              1. I love bison just not the stuff they pass as bison on the rez. We have gotten ranch raised bison and it is nothing like the processed stuff we get in comods.

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  22. PDJT is laughing at and goading old Hillrotten.

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  23. Great Roundup again, Flep!

    One thing that I found interesting, almost stunning, was the point about the drop in Chinese growth, as noted by Laura Ingraham:

    China’s economic growth worse than expected, sinking to new low of 6.0 per cent in 3Q…”.

    One wonders why 6 per cent is such a dismal number, as many countries would be happy indeed to have that number (were it REAL, which is yet another story).

    Almost as if there’s another agenda, i.e. that China MUST have a high growth rate. Has the indoctrination gotten to the point that the ChiComs must continuously grow and outgrow everyone else? That the second derivative must also always be growing, almost exponentially?

    I’d like to see their growth sink below zero. Otherwise they’re still screwing somebody, and that somebody had jolly well better not be us!!!!!

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