Dear KMAG: 20200118 Open Thread


Welcome! The door is open, come on inside!


This Back to the Fortress Q Tree Saturday 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/KMAG/KAG world (with KMAG being a bit of both).

Free Speech is practiced here at the Q Tree. But please keep it civil.
Discussion of Q is not only allowed but encouraged. Imagine that! We can talk about Q here and not get banned.

Please also consider the Important Guidelines, outlined here. Let’s not give the odious Internet Censors a reason to shut down this precious haven that Wolf has created for us.

With the Storm upon us…please remember to Pray for our President.


Wheatie’s Rules:

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


For your listening enjoyment, I offer this mix of compositions by Fran Soto, titled ‘We Will Prevail’ and ‘Release Your Power’:


Visual Descriptions for our dear Zoe, and for anyone else who may find them helpful:

Header and First Image: Is an enormous Tree standing alone in a clearing with a giant door built into the base of the trunk. A lone figure is approaching the doorway. There are patches of moss and small leafy branches emerging up and down the gnarled trunk.

Second Image: Is an interior room with vaulted ceilings and arched throughways. There is a sturdy-looking couch with throw pillows and nearby armchairs. Behind the couch is a table and chairs…and there are additional seating groups in the adjacent spaces.

Third Image: Is President Trump walking toward Marine One, on a cloudy, overcast day. He is wearing his long black overcoat and looks lost in thought.


This goes out to the Dirty Dems who illegally impeached our President…and to Governor Coonman, who is violating our Constitution:

They are going to experience epic fail:


304 thoughts on “Dear KMAG: 20200118 Open Thread

    1. That is so twisted, top-tier Trump Derangement Syndrome. But to me, it’s deadly serious that someone could come up with such an idea. It’s not about Pres. Trump, it’s about us and our freedom. They would take it in a second if they could.

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  1. This guy defrauded a friend of mine. Sent her and her husband into a spiral. If ever there were justice, this is close. I guess she will never get back the money he stole but oh well….

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    1. The guy is a liar and has been for years. Unfortunate that he attached himself to the Trump campaign but they are not responsible for his behavior. This is a heavy R district (district 27 is R +11).

      Some outstanding candidates are running to secure the R nomination.

      Robert Ortt is a longtime military guy that successfully transitioned to politics (would be my favorite)

      Beth Parlotto sounds like a hardcore Trump supporter. Supports religious values.

      Frank Smiercak is a young guy trying to make a difference (28 years old)

      Chris Jacobs is a former SoS for New York currently in the state senate.

      They will be running against Nate McMurray who only lost to Collins by about a thousand votes (of of about 285,000 cast) in 2018.

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      1. Chris Jacobs is not a PT supporter. Has spoken against PT several times. He will probably get the nomination though as he is the most well known. McMurray will not win. We have one good conservative R district in WNY and that’s the 27th. Would be nice to elect a true conservative republican though.

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  2. Senate Republicans’ attempt to define abortion as not health care faces stiff opposition

    Republican lawmakers aiming to curb government-subsidized abortions by defining the practice as not health care face a stiff battle from pro-choice proponents in the medical community, who consider the move reprehensible.

    Senate Republicans are pushing legislation arguing that the IRS should not categorize abortions as medical care, recognizing the future of government-subsidized abortions depends on whether the practice is defined as a medical procedure or not.

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    1. “In Canada, we are just mercy killing them, even when they don’t want to die.”

      That is straight out of the Fabian Playbook.

      Fabian co-founder George Bernard Shaw

      “The moment we face it frankly we are driven to the conclusion that the community has a right to put a price on the right to live in it … If people are fit to live, let them live under decent human conditions. If they are not fit to live, kill them in a decent human way. Is it any wonder that some of us are driven to prescribe the lethal chamber as the solution for the hard cases which are at present made the excuse for dragging all the other cases down to their level, and the only solution that will create a sense of full social responsibility in modern populations?”

      Source: George Bernard Shaw, Prefaces (London: Constable and Co., 1934), p. 296.

      “Under Socialism, you would not be allowed to be poor. You would be forcibly fed, clothed, lodged, taught, and employed whether you liked it or not. If it were discovered that you had not character and industry enough to be worth all this trouble, you might possibly be executed in a kindly manner; but whilst you were permitted to live, you would have to live well.”

      George Bernard Shaw: The Intelligent Woman’s Guide to Socialism and Capitalism, 1928, pg. 470

      I gave up after they scrubbed five different articles on this. It first appeared in a Scottish Newspaper IIRC

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      1. Looking at George Bernard Shaw’s misanthropy and elitism, it’s interesting to review “Pygmalion” and “My Fair Lady” through the lens of his wicked beliefs. In the musical this was presented in a humorous fashion, but upon closer analysis, (and looking at the rest of the musical/play) it shows the utter disdain for the “working classes”, and just how straified the class structure was in England. Still is, for that matter…

        [referring to Eliza Doolittle] (“My Fair Lady”, “Why Can’t The English”)

        Henry Higgins: Look at her, a prisoner of the gutter,
        Condemned by every syllable she utters
        By right she should be taken out and hung,
        For the cold-blooded murder of the English tongue.

        Eliza Doolittle: Aaoooww!

        Henry (imitating her): Aaoooww!
        Heavens! What a sound!
        This is what the British population,
        Calls an elementary education.

        Pickering: Oh Come sir, I think you picked a poor example.

        Henry: Did I?
        Hear them down in Soho Square,
        Dropping “h’s” everywhere.
        Speaking English anyway they like.
        You sir, did you go to school?

        Man: Wadaya tike me for, a fool?

        Henry: No one taught him ‘take’ instead of ‘tike!
        Hear a Yorkshireman, or worse, hear a Cornishman converse. I’d rather hear a choir singing flat.
        Chickens, cackling in a barn, just like this one (pointing to Eliza)

        Eliza: Gaaarn

        Henry (writing, imitating Eliza): Gaaarn..

        I ask you Sir, what sort of word is that? (to Pickering)
        It’s “aoow” and “gaarn” that keep her in her place
        Not her wretched clothes and dirty face

        Why can’t the English teach their children how to speak?
        This verbal class distinction, by now,
        Should be antique. If you spoke as she does, sir,
        Instead of the way you do,
        Why, you might be selling flowers, too!

        Pickering: I beg your pardon!

        Henry: An Englishman’s way of speaking absolutely classifies him,
        The moment he talks he makes some other
        Englishman despise him.
        One common language I’m afraid we’ll never get.

        Oh, why can’t the English learn to
        set a good example to people whose
        English is painful to your ears?

        The Scotch and the Irish leave you close to tears.
        There even are places where English completely
        Well, in America, they haven’t used it for years!

        Why can’t the English teach their children how to speak?
        Norwegians learn Norwegian; the Greeks have taught their Greek. In France every Frenchman knows
        his language from “A” to “Zed”

        The French never care what they do, actually,
        as long as they pronounce it properly.

        Arabians learn Arabian with the speed of summer lightning.
        And Hebrews learn it backwards,
        which is absolutely frightening.

        Use proper English you’re regarded as a freak.
        Why can’t the English,
        Why can’t the English learn to speak?

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        1. Ironically, this quote from the gbs article linked in my above comment seems pertinent when considering the current Harry “Windsor” (aka Saxburg-Cog-Gothe iirc) Megan Markle debacle…

          “The novelty of any such experiment, however, is only in the scale of it. In one conspicuous case, that of royalty, the State does already select the parents on purely political grounds; and in the peerage, though the heir to a dukedom is legally free to marry a dairymaid, yet the social pressure on him to confine his choice to politically and socially eligible mates is so overwhelming that he is really no more free to marry the dairymaid than George IV was to marry Mrs. Fitzherbert; and such a marriage could only occur as a result of extraordinary strength of character on the part of the dairymaid acting upon extraordinary weakness on the part of the duke. Let those who think the whole concept of intelligent breeding absurd and scandalous ask themselves why George IV was not allowed to choose his own wife whilst any tinker could marry whom he pleased? Simply because it did not matter a rap politically whom the tinker married, whereas it mattered very much whom the king married. The way in which all considerations of the king’s personal rights, of claims of the heart, of the sanctity of the marriage oath, and of romantic morality crumpled up before this political need shows how negligible all these apparently irresistible prejudices are when they come into conflict with the demand for quality in our rulers. We learn the same lesson from the case of the soldier, whose marriage, when it is permitted at all, is despotically controlled with a view solely to military efficiency.”

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          1. continuing the above quote…there are frightening implications here:

            “Well, nowadays it is not the king that rules, but the tinker. Dynastic wars are no longer feared, dynastic alliances no longer valued. Marriages in royal families are becoming rapidly less political, and more popular, domestic, and romantic. If all the kings in Europe were made as free tomorrow as King Cophetua, nobody but their aunts and chamberlains would feel a moment’s anxiety as to the consequences. On the other hand, a sense of the social importance of the tinker’s marriage has been steadily growing. We have made a public matter of his wife’s health in the month after her confinement. We have taken the minds of his children out of his hands and put them into those of our State schoolmaster. We shall presently make their bodily nourishment independent of him. But they are still riff-raff; and to hand the country over to riff-raff is national suicide since riff-raff can neither govern nor will let anyone else govern except the highest bidder of bread and circuses.

            There is no public enthusiast alive of twenty years’ practical democratic experience who believes in the political adequacy of the electorate or of bodies it elects. The overthrow of the aristocrat has created the necessity for the Superman.

            Englishmen hate Liberty and Equality too much to understand them. But every Englishman loves and desires a pedigree. And in that he is right. King Demos must be bred like all other kings, and with Must, there can be no arguing. It is idle for the individual writer to carry so great a matter further in a pamphlet. A conference on the subject is the next step needed. It will be attended by men and women who, no longer believing that they can live forever, are seeking for some immortal work into which they can build the best of themselves before their refuse is thrown into that arch dust destructor, the cremation furnace. – George Bernard Shaw

            From: The Revolutionist’s Handbook

            Chapter X. The Method.

            Man and Superman.

            Pages 245-249.

            First published 1903”

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      2. Strange thing, my conservative Christian Brethren church bulletin had a Shaw quote very recently. I am positive they did not know about Shaw’s terrible background. Most do not know about him. I sent an educational email to my Pastor about Shaw.


      1. AND forget the Candians picking the security bill. 🤣

        “CANADA last night appeared to rein back a pledge to pay Harry and Meghan’s £1 million-a-year security bill should they move there.”

        “A security expert says protecting Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, while they are living in Canada could cost more than $10-million annually.”


        Divorce in

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        1. There was a petition going around initiated by the Canadian Taxpayer Federation that said Harry and Megan were welcome here, but no money from Canadian taxpayers should be used to fund their security.

          The fact that they are no longer Royals will make Trudope’s decision much easier…unless he gives them money in an underhanded way…he has been know to do that..

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            1. Definitely agree.

              The Royal Family and the British public took her to their hearts and, in the end, she didn’t care a jot.

              Between them, the Sussexes leave ***200*** public Royal engagements to fill per year. I can imagine that, privately, the other Royals are not best pleased.

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              1. I bet. Will they fall back on Andrew or will he stay out? Maybe his daughters? I just saw a DM article with Harry’s speech playing the victim. He is being heavily manipulated but he is an adult. People here in CA in article comments are not sympathetic and generally do not like Markle. I wonder how soon he will become aware of his situation and miss his family.

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              2. Soon enough, I hope.

                I really want him to be able to spend time with his friends while here in the UK. Whether he has been doing that, I don’t know.

                On Andrew, you could be right. He went to church with the Queen for the first time since his BBC interview last year and had a private lunch with his parents on Saturday:


                Thank you very much for the update from CA — greatly appreciated. Glad to know they are not on the side of the Duchess.

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          1. Agreed.

            On the other hand, I feel rather sorry for Prince Charles. Various news articles from Royal reporters over the past few days have been saying he has warned for several years that his money supply is not infinite. He allegedly said that to both Harry and Wills.

            I feel for all three of them. I think that Charles, despite his faults and questionable characteristics, is a decent man and a soft touch.

            It also seems, from reports at the weekend, that Wills and Harry have had an uneasy relationship with him since Diana’s death. Ditto their feelings towards Camilla after she wed Charles.

            I don’t know if these reports are true. If they are, I will post links. Check out the Daily Mail, if you want more info in the meantime. The stories come from trusted Royal reporters.

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    1. Wow, I just read Megan is seriously looking at a modest-looking house, built in early 1900’s, for $27 million. Killer view but not much else. Question I have…repaying $3 million for home improvements in England, buying a $27 million house in Canada and lavish lifestyle (Meghan is not mopping her own kitchen floors or changing Archie’s nappies)…where is this $$$$ coming from. Harry didn’t inherit THAT much money from his mother!

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    1. Stay away from VA on Mon. Many, MANY other ways, other places, other times, other dates to promote and work to protect our 2A.
      This is NOT it!
      I know people who were in Charlottesville to protest the removal of the statue. NONE had Anything to do with White Nationalism, etc. but were still caught up in the mess.
      Just stay away and do not be fodder for a Deep State narrative

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    1. A Flan’s a Flan for a’ that…

      Over here, when the Greens aren’t trying to take away our cars and our mobility, trapping us to within 200km (or LESS) of our homes, destroying business and society, they’re forcing us to embrace pagan/Earth-worshin Veganism and total rejection of animal products and protein. Of course, in the dark (due to the fact that incandescents have been banned, and the only available LED replacements top out at 60w equivalents, barely enough to read by, let alone do useful work, we can’t tell the difference between meat and mush, anyway.

      The lumen output at 240v is about 30 percent lower for a given wattage as compared to 120v, due to the necessary changes in geometry and shape and composition of the filament to have the same wattage at the higher voltage without evaporating/burning out too soon. Far be it from them to correct this oversight/profit producer (I’M LOOKING AT YOU, PHILIPS!!!). A 100w incandescent at 230v gives out around 1100-1160 lumen; the US equivalent at 120v gives out over 1700 lumen.
      ( cf. , table “Comparison of efficacy by power” ).
      So, we’re doubly screwed…

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      1. I recently went on a long research tangent about light bulbs. Long story short, some claim that LEDs are actively harmful to health because they don’t emit enough red light. I know Mercola is a controversial website, but they’ve had the most coherent explanation of the issue that I’ve found. I’m inclined to believe it because LED lighting looks like plastic to me.

        Personally, I’m sticking with 75w halogens for now. I had to order them online because I couldn’t find them offline.

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        1. I’m different, I guess – because I loved Fluorescent and Cool White – and now am wild about Daylight LED bulbs. Incandescent bulbs, esp. anything below 100W drives me batty – I can hardly read.


            1. Try Home Depot and Lowes. In the work light area. The wattages are not the old 60, 75 and 100, but they are there.

              I stockpiled before they were phased out, and still have a few boxes, so I haven’t had to go on the hunt yet. We have lots of 100s.

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            2. We have LOTS in our attic…purchased when Obama tried his little trick on us.
              I have a friend who bought into a high end continuing care facility in Richmond, made extensive upgrades in her unit…and had to leave within 2 weeks because of the common areas lighting…it literally made her ill.

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        2. Halogens probably have more blue light than normal incandescents because they run a lot hotter.
          Chiefio (and some other sites) have done deep dives into the color spectra thing. I did a “hamster-kauf” when they started banning them around 10 years ago, so I have enough to go a long, long time (my son’s grandkids (eventually) will probably still have a few left 🙂 ). I put them on dimmers, so they last longer. Even just a 10% drop in voltage increases the bulb’s life substantially. The only problem is with cheap dimmers that do phase-chopping, and they have a pronounced hum. This can be remedied by a filter that can be added on, but it’s easier just to get a better dimmer.

          I bought two LED panels for my son’s room, but after all the stuff came out about blue light, I figured it’s better just to stick them in the kitchen, turn them to the “warm white” setting, and hope for the best. So far the stupid CFL’s I have there refuse to burn out…

          Here’s some of Chiefio’s (E.M. Smith) take on the matter. His wife has a real problem with LED (fake) light, so he had to do a deep dive…

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      2. The entire thought of much of Europe living without veal and eggs, at the very least, is painful. I mean, what are they putting in sausage? Is there really a plant substitute for pork? Chicken….

        What a friggin’ mess.

        And, BTW, finding regular incandescents here is not as easy as it sounds. You have to get off wattages at places like Home Depot.

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        1. “Rough Duty” and “Industrial” bulbs weren’t covered in the ban, if it’s anything like here. The “longlife” bulbs are actually 130v bulbs running at 110-120 (whatever), so by being undervolted they last longer, at the cost of reduced light output (so 100w is only about 81-90 percent of normal), but still FAR better than fake light. Plus the light’s a little bit “warmer”.

          The other “survivor” here is deco bulbs, e.g. globe bulbs for fixtures. We have three 100w globe (4″, 5″ diameter?) in the dining room (OK, kitchen nook), all on a dimmer, so that rather than 300w, the three of them together end up with around 100-150 between them. All the way down, they probably get 60-80w, but that’s too little to do anything useful, but it nice for quiet Fondue evenings (until someone loses a chunk of bread 🙂 )…

          As far as fake meat, they’re going full on here, so I guess Merde-Kuh has decreed that meatless madness is the order of the day. There’s a brand called “Like Meat” (I think Kerry’s involved with the parent company, and making TONS of money off of it), that probably are barely skirting truth-in-advertising-and-packaging laws, as it appears to be a meat package until you read the fine print. They’ve even gone so far as to call it “plant-based meat” ! I guess they’re a bit unclear on the concept…

          All I can say is, I LIKE MEAT and I will NEVER stoop to eating the fake crap (and BUGS, no less) that the left are pushing on us.

          I TImothy 4:1-3:

          4:1 Now the Spirit speaketh expressly, that in the latter times some shall depart from the faith, giving heed to seducing spirits, and doctrines of devils;

          2 Speaking lies in hypocrisy; having their conscience seared with a hot iron;

          3 Forbidding to marry, and commanding to abstain from meats, which God hath created to be received with thanksgiving of them which believe and know the truth.

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          1. I tried using rough service incandescents, and one of them exploded in one my light fixtures after a few weeks of use. I flipped the switch one day–sparks rained down, loud buzzing noise, “burnt electronics” smell. I can’t put any bulbs in that fixture anymore. Never again.

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            1. Have to wonder where it was made…. (if GE then China…). I have one in the upstairs bath, the 100w one that gives off 76w worth of light, and I think it’s lasted around seven years now. If anything, they should be far less likely to shatter (seems the factory must be a tad unclear on the concept of rough service – maybe they though THEY had to treat the bulbs roughly 🙂 )… The best ones I’ve found here are bulbs for traffic lights (!) (those that still use incandescents). They have a slightly odd shape, but last forever, and can deal with thermal and physical shock. We have one as our porch light that’s been there forever, and another one waiting to take its place…

              Still, I’d rather have cheap 100w bulbs, or even 120w or 150w, and leccy at 3 or 5 cents per kWh. We’re up to 30 cents now, and the Greens are threatening to make it wayyyy higher. Seems they have no problem spending other peoples’ money while destroying the economy (and forests, with their bird-choppers) at the same time…..

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  3. Brian has a thread:

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  4. Racism is a tool that the left has employed to gain control of voting, through open borders and fraudulent voting schemes as well as promoting and educating leftists to shut out any and all opposition.

    Labeling the President and his supporters as racist justifies any and all means used against them including calling them terrorists to justify the use of government force against them.

    People who want to be inclusive and not part of any “hate” can over ride their conscience (if they still have one) by latching on to this PC narrative and voting Democrat all the while denying reality. However, even these people burn at the thought of politicians with their hand in the till while they make the “little guys” pay and suffer.

    I was able to cause a Democrat to think twice about voting for Bloomberg over President Trump when I explained what it would mean to get a Democrat President who would cooperate with the UN on environmental issues. True horror and shock was the reaction at the realization that what I said was true. Even life long Democrats shudder at the thought of that.

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  5. Interesting article from Natural News that’s going viral. It claims that there’s a GPS-jamming exercise in the southeast US over the next few days, and also that the FBI is seizing high-end night vision goggles. I must note, however, that the article is highly biased, I caught at least one inaccuracy in it (it was the Kansas state legislature that was briefed by the military, not Oklahoma), and I haven’t seen anyone else report on the night vision thing.

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    1. I look at that earlier this morning, its on wolfies thread.

      Here is what I found:

      The FBI’s confiscation of ?3rd generation? high-end night vision from distributors.

      More information on this from AJ:
      Dave Hodges reported Bob Griswold said he had already locked in the purchase of 70 night vision tubes from his distributor. They were invoiced and committed. Supposedly within hours, the FBI claimed ?eminent domain? over the tubes, confiscating them before they could be shipped. (Eminent Domain applies to LAND BTW.)

      We reviewed a letter written by the distributor, confirming that the government preempted the order.

      DH spoke with BG on the phone to confirm the situation, and he said he thought “No more than 200 high-end night vision devices remaining in the entire country.” This excludes the crappy play toy — gen 1 and gen 2.

      All I could find to substantiate this was:
      2004 — Roanoke, Va. –
      ”ITT Industries Night Vision (ITT) recently received a competitive procurement award from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to supply night vision pocketscopes for use in low-light surveillance activity. Awarded as an “Indefinite Delivery/ Indefinite Quantity” (IDIQ) contract, the FBI procurement has a potential for a five-year term and a value of $4.9 million.”

      More reasonable possible explanation:
      So yes the FBI has ‘dibs’ on these items and this maybe a matter of a government order that came up short because all the Gun owners and Preppers are panicking over the Virginia situation. This placed an unexpected demand on the item and the government having a pre-existing contract would therefore get supplied first.

      CM in TN substantiates it was probably just a supply crunch at that particular supplier, probably do to ‘Just-in-Time’* ordering and manufacture.

      * As a QC Engineer I HATE ‘Just-in-Time’ or the newest idiocy, central ordering that depends on some idiot in corporate ordering for ALL stores so the store in Podunk spends 90% of the time out of VERY POPULAR item ‘Y’ and when it does come in it gets bought up within a few days.

      (I repeatedly buy out all the local supply of trigger snaps for instance.)

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  6. “Have courage for the great sorrows of life and patience for the small ones; and when you have laboriously accomplished your daily task, go to sleep in peace.”

    ~ Victor Hugo

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      1. Yep. Typical DEMONicRAT loons.

        Can’t stand the border wall that protects us from a TRUE danger from REAL illegal (and worse) invaders, including terrorists from the middle east and elsewhere, YET they want to put up their own wall to “solve” a fake problem based of fake/unreal science supposing a CO²-caused climate disaster (and flood) that doesn’t exist.

        The only thing burning is the stupidity. Stupidocracy…

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  9. Svetlana Lohkova has a thread:
    (mostly on Halper)

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  10. “The Jewish people and their faith are more than a historical curiosity – they are one sign of the credibility of the God of Revelation. If this is so, to be anti-Semitic isn’t just prejudice. It’s to wage war against God Himself.”

    Read about it at the link below (if it posts…these links seem awfully long…)

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    1. Gen 12:1-3 Now the Lord had said to Abram:
      “Get out of your country, from your family and from your father’s house, to a land that I will show you.
      I will make you a great nation; I will bless you and make your name great; and you shall be a blessing.
      I will bless those who bless you, and I will curse him who curses you;
      and in you all the families of the earth shall be blessed.”

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  11. IRONY:
    i·ro·ny1 | ˈīrənē |
    noun (plural ironies)
    the expression of one’s meaning by using language that normally signifies the opposite, typically for humorous or emphatic effect: “Don’t go overboard with the gratitude,” he rejoined with heavy irony.
    • a state of affairs or an event that seems deliberately contrary to what one expects and is often amusing as a result: [with clause] : the irony is that I thought he could help me.
    • (also dramatic or tragic irony) a literary technique, originally used in Greek tragedy, by which the full significance of a character’s words or actions are clear to the audience or reader although unknown to the character.

    From Ezra Levant:

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    1. I saved it also, as well as a pdf of the french doc. I’ve been reading it, and have the last 2 sections to go. It is shocking what has been done purposefully. It’s one thing to think that it’s been going on, but it’s another to see it all laid out, planned.

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    1. TIM, here is first part of tweet….

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  12. Please be in prayer for the patriots who will be at the Va. Lobby Day event tomorrow on Lee Jackson King Day, Monday Jan. 2020. Several of my friends will be there from all over the Shenandoah valley. My friends will be there, they need prayer.

    Lextard, home of the dead red Commie hen IS NOT A SECOND AMENDMENT SANCTUARY CITY. Lextard City Council did all they could to deny people a chance to speak in favor of second amendment sanctuary status. There are other places who are not sanctuary cities, and a few counties. Not too many though. Thomas Jefferson, 3rd President of US would be pissed to know that Charlottsville, and Albemarle Co are not pro-gun. So remember the slimy Mayor of Lextard? He was just as disgusting as ever. If you thought the Commie Red Hen dust up was bad, this was worse.

    I will put up a list of Pro-constitution Lextard businesses when that is finalized. Not everything in Lextard is communist.

    I have not been on-line too much, now that my 5 year discount with Century Link has expired. Can’t renew it as they discontinued the program.


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