Dear KMAG: 20200525 Open Topic


This Memorial Day Monday 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).

This is a day when we honor our fallen warriors, who…along with their families…have sacrificed so much, so that we can enjoy the freedoms that we have.








Our Nation owes a debt of gratitude to our fallen warriors…and even though they do not ask for thanks, we can never thank them enough.


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With the Storm upon us…please 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 composition from Dwayne Ford, titled ‘When Soldiers Come Home’:


Walking in Arlington

By Bakocarl

Sometimes, for thought, I’ll take a walk
Where the heroes in Arlington lay.
And though they’re dead and buried,
Their silence has volumes to say.

Row after row of marble markers
Give voice to those under the sod,
A testament to their life and death
In ways known only to God.

Sometimes I come for perspective,
When nonsense has shaken my day.
Sometimes I come for solitude,
And sometimes to kneel and pray.

The sons and daughters of Arlington
Represent America’s best.
They stepped up and defended the gap,
Protecting the world’s oppressed.

Through all the ravages of war,
Through sweltering days and long dark nights,
They fought for freedom and justice,
Fixing the wrongs and setting things right.

Remember now, when you stand and pledge
Or hear our National Anthem played:
Our flag, our country and our God,
And the selfless price these heroes paid.

They kept the faith and fought the fight;
They gave their all to the very end.
And greater love has no one than this:
To lay down one’s life for one’s friends.


Yes, it’s Monday…again.


But it’s okay…it’s a Holiday.


Wheatie’s Word of the Day:


‘Dauntless’ is an adjective that means…fearless, brave, resolute and incapable of being intimidated or discouraged.

‘Dauntless’ is a derivative of the word, ‘Daunt’, which is a seldom used verb that means…to frighten or intimidate, to discourage or shatter the courage of another.

‘Dauntless’ used in a sentence:

We are blessed to have dauntless individuals who volunteer to fight for our freedoms.


458 thoughts on “Dear KMAG: 20200525 Open Topic

  1. Aaaand, as long as I’m here might as well let everyone know that the leg is getting there, slowly, thanks for all prayers. What I found out about using a cane is when I’m jamming my music it makes air guitar way more fun! 😆

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              1. So I went off just now to find a list of “most difficult instruments to learn” and got: bagpipes, violin, cello, oboe, accordion, drums, piccolo, flute (and those who play both piccolo and flute say piccolo is much harder) and two others (there goes my short term memory and what IS my name anyway?)

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              2. Heyyyyyy, I resemble that remark 🙂

                I’ve played in pits where that was, erm, questionable… always wanted a motorized bow where it would be about 18″ long, and I could just twiddle some controls on the frog to make it work…

                And then the brass… see Garrison Keillor’s “Young Lutheran’s Guide To The Orchestra” for a description of that – bells up, Mallards falling from the ceiling… 🙂

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              3. Oops, I didn’t mean I resemble the remark about Quint…

                I’d add French Horn to the list because of the tricky overtone series and getting the instrument to “speak”. Look up the incomparable French Hornist Dennis Brain to see more…

                And the viola, because of all the abuse violists take from the rest of the strings (OK, and the rest of the universe, for that matter 🙂 ).

                Q: What’s the difference between a violin and a viola?
                A: The viola burns longer…

                Q: What’s a violin good for?
                A: Lighting up a viola…

                Q: What do a violist’s left (fingering) hand and a bolt of lightning have in common?
                A: They never strike the same place twice…

                (jury’s still out on the lightning bolt, though :cool:)

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    1. Barr needs to step in because denying freedom to worship God.
      Wy have we a constitution if the government not supports our rights ?

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  2. “Shocking”: Americans Flood Beaches, Trampling Social Distancing Rules

    “The sunny weather brought out the people.”

    Americans Are Rushing To Book Vacations In Re-Opened States

    “Over the last week, the demand for vacation rentals across the US has seen a huge increase, now surpassing the demand for this same period last year.”

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    1. Heat, sunshine, ocean water … what could be UNHEALTHY about that? Nothing… but that’s the point.

      Americans are supposed to stay HOME and DIE.

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      1. All my neighbors have pools, and everyone has been having parties all weekend. Theyve started opening restaurants but no one really wants to go with the restrictions…wait in your car, wear a mask, etc. Curbside shopping? No. Many churches defied gruesome and had in person service yesterday, no contact tracing allowed.
        I think its more challenging here bc the ones who are non following the dictat are just quietly doing their thing. So the media, including l.a. fox news, are constantly promoting lockdown propaganda without fail. The funny thing is most replies to twits of the propaganda hate it. And i dont know Twitter too well but i am seeing those bots like crazy! And new patriot accounts. Its a overwhelming chore to screen my reading.

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  3. I’m doing a “coronavirus vaccine candidate roundup” on Twitter and they LITERALLY dropped the total blockage on me. Almost nobody is seeing any of this stuff. I’m totally over the target.

    Starts here:

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  4. Brian Cates //Flynn & Breitbart’s Army!
    May 23
    Note what Maddow had to do to get the judge to dismiss this case.

    Maddow had to convince the judge that:

    1) she was only joking when she said OANN is Russian propaganda

    2) she is an opinion “entertainer”, not a straight news reporter

    Judge dismisses One America News defamation lawsuit against Rachel
    A federal judge on Friday dismissed a $10 million defamation lawsuit by One America News against Rachel Maddow, finding that a “reason

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    1. oops, forgot to mention… tweet is part of a THREAD…

      Brian Cates //Flynn & Breitbart’s Army!
      May 23
      Right now I’ll bet you’re asking yourself, “Gee, why didn’t CNN try this defense in the Sandmann case? Why did they settle out of court for a couple hundred million dollars?”
      Brian Cates //Flynn & Breitbart’s Army!
      May 23
      Well for the same reason CNN is going to lose in court to Devin Nunes.

      Who knows what that reason is?
      Brian Cates //Flynn & Breitbart’s Army!
      May 23
      CNN reported as **news** that
      , while member of a rather sizable Congressional delegation traveling to Libya & then Malta, somehow ninja’d his way to Vienna Austria to meet Viktor Shokin, the Ukrainian prosecutor that Joe Biden had fired for investigating Burisma.
      Brian Cates //Flynn & Breitbart’s Army!
      May 23
      With **documentary evidence**, Nunes is going to be able to **prove in court** exactly where he was at any given hour during that trip.

      He has never been to Vienna Austria and he has never met Viktor Shokin.

      And he gave CNN **weeks** to retract this “news” report.
      Brian Cates //Flynn & Breitbart’s Army!
      CNN doesn’t get to do what Maddow did here, say they were just ‘joking’ and ‘giving their opinion’.

      They reported as NEWS something that is demonstrably false, and then they refused to retract it.
      6:43 PM · May 23, 2020·Twitter Web App
      Brian Cates //Flynn & Breitbart’s Army!
      May 23
      Replying to
      Unlike the Sandmann family, Nunes is not going to settle out of court. Everybody is going to know exactly how many millions of dollars he took off of Zucker.

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    2. It is essential that we remember that all our news personalities are paid merely celebrity entertainers first and foremost. Their on-the-air news pronouncements and opinions are entertainment . . . an inducement for you to be exposed to their commercial advertisers.

      The acceptance that their words contain truth, wisdom or any merit whatsoever must be earned over time, the same as respect. Some, many, most are simply hucksters, parroting words that please the ones that pay their exorbitant salaries.

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      1. It is a genuine tragedy that the news personalities are so lacking in creditability that they can not be trusted with any real news or an honest messages of any description. Nor can Gov’t Agencies be trusted with the truth. PDT has to play directly to people (and do so brilliantly).

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          1. Dunno about her movies – was not a fan – then, again – did not frequent too many movies – I was a busy bee – school – work – workout – and homework – however – when I discovered her after-acting activities – I was glad I paid no attention.

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      1. Figures, she’s from Castro Valley 🙂

        Then again, that was a different Castro. Don Castro, who had HUGE land holdings in Northern California which were split up into a number of communities. Lived there for a while in the 50s (gack) long before MadCow came along…. geesh, IT USED TO BE A NICE, CONSERVATIVE TOWN…

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  5. With the clear record of superlative accomplishments that President Trump has over the past three years, including his strong support for clear historical constitutional principles, it is deeply and profoundly troubling that there is a significant portion of people in this country that prefer to cast their vote for national leadership for a senile, perverted, corrupt person with virtually no record of accomplishment whatsoever.

    That fact would be truly perplexing if I didn’t believe that what we’re witnessing, right in front of our faces, is evil personified in those actions.

    This situation is truly in God’s hands.

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    1. bakocarl,

      Thanks to years of voter fraud and skewed polling we really have ZERO idea of the actual numbers. From the bit if digging I have done, at least back in 2010, it was ~1/3 of the voters were brain numb democrats. However I think there has been a slow awakening over the last 3 years as President Trump accomplishes things DESPITE the resistance by the hostile bureaucracy and Fake News Media.

      Covid-19 has really backfired I think. No one like Bullies or ‘Mean Girls’ and we have certainly had lots of examples of that lately, especially with the ‘Karens’ and ‘Dicks’ glorying in their new rolls as petty hitlers.

      As more and more comes out about Cuomo, Whitmer and other governors INTENTIONALLY INFECTING THE ELDERLY to inflate the death count on top of the ‘post birth’ abortion in Virginia and NY, a lot of those voters who unthinkingly vote DemonRat are going to start re-thinking their position. Don’t expect them to make a complete about face publicly but the doubts are going to creep in.


      70.6% are affiliated with Christianity, (46.5%) Protestants, Catholic (20.8%), Jewish (1.9%), Other Non-Christian (1.8%), Mormon (1.6%), Jehovah’s Witness (.8%), Buddhist (.7%), Hindu (.7%), Eastern Orthodox Christian (.5%), and Other Christian (.4%).

      22.8% of the US Population are not affiliated with any religion. “unaffiliated” does not necessarily mean non-religious. So these are most likely to be the die-hard Liberals but not all.


      John Dread, B.A. History & Education says:

      There are less than a hundred thousand active members of over a dozen different Communist parties in the USA (CPUSA actually doesn’t have credibility with most Communists as they endorse the Democratic Party).

      And eleven percent of the US population (one in nine) would view a Communist revolution positively, while seventy eight percent would view it negatively.

      Of course, that leaves out Communists on the hippy end of the spectrum, and it includes non-Communists who just want something exciting, paradigm shifting, or chaotic to happen and would welcome any sort of revolution or collapse.

      This article agrees with him on the 11% number

      …Eleven percent think “communism” is a “morally superior” system to that which is currently in place in the U.S., and another 13 percent aren’t sure, according to a startling new Rasmussen poll, conducted March 12-13….

      Further, 10 percent say that the “communist system of economics and politics” is better for middle-class Americans, and another 10 percent are undecided. Still, only four percent believe the “communist” economic system to be superior to that of the “free market.” No surprise there, given the images of economic austerity in countries ruled by Communist parties.

      Significantly however, 12 percent, don’t consider communism “a failed ideology.” Another 15 percent aren’t sure.

      Americans appear to be slowly embracing the idea that there is a better way to run society.

      “Socialism,” a term that carries far less baggage than “communism,” is even more accepted by Americans. In an April 2009 Rasmussen poll, only 53 percent said that capitalism was better than socialism. With the margin of error, those who think capitalism is better are statistically tied with those who think socialism is better (20 percent) and those unsure (27 percent)….

      So that agrees roughly with the numbers I came up with from a totally different method. Out of the ~33% who vote Democrat, only ~10% to 15% are hardcore Comminunist/Anarchists.

      Hopefully after 8 years of Obama followed by 3 years of President Trump the people who think socialism is a good system are doing some major re-thinking.

      This is why President Trump has ALLOWED the Democrats to run with the CCP virus Hoax.


      15 May 2020 – 12:04:54 PM

      Sometimes you can’t TELL the public the truth.


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    1. I try really hard not to “hate” … reading this means I have to go work in the yard now… do some hard labor to keep from thinking bad thoughts.

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      1. I’m getting to believe that it’s possible to love one’s enemies while hating what they do. To the extent that it becomes very difficult to see the line dividing the two, well, just because I’m a believer doesn’t mean I’m perfect.

        At some point, God is responsible for your soul if you can’t drag your body along. Just remember what He did to Sodom after He saw what they were doing. It’s hard for us to do what Christ commanded and frankly, it’s impossible most of the time.

        Go love your garden in peace.

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        1. Even then Christ sent 2 angels to remove the only pseudo-righteous people from the destruction. He never stops trying to show His love in bringing us back to Him. That is, until He does because there is no more sacrifice to be made.


  7. I’m bout sick of seeing all the damned masks. Maybe I’m privileged since they’re not mandatory here and the only time I had to use one was at 2 dr appointments. I hate the trauma being perpetrated on society by this whole thing. Probably 1/3 of the people I saw in Walmart yesterday were wearing one, glaring at the rest of us of course. Which makes it harder not to smirk at them 🤷‍♂️🙄

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    1. So glad you mentioned the trauma.This whole thing is getting into my grandkid’s heads…badly. Kids sharing time with dad’s fam that are following every mandate, spouting fear porn because after all the the Govt is telling the truth and our very lives depend on it……………..and then mom’s side (us) who she follows the mandates half heartedly, questions the narrative but also knows if she doesn’t follow it and the kids get so much as a common cold she will be blamed, labeled bad mom, ‘coulda killed the children’

      Then the poor kids……..they hear this crap non stop. Their lives are confined to a couple of places with fear of the air, on things…..

      Daughter and boys supposed the fly to Carolina in a couple weeks. I’m thinking so great..they can have some normal times……….but now Dad and family saying if they get on a plane they will have to quarantine 2 weeks after they get back . My daughter gets the insanity of this but the kids ? They hear this and process that planes must be bad, masks must not protect, etc etc etc

      This shit is creeping in a lot of people’s psyche and there’s no end in sight.

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      1. It’s about the most UNamerican thing I’ve ever seen and it’s pissing me off! Hiding from germs ain’t gonna help most ppls immune system, especially kids, not mention … ah never mind, I should even get started. 🤬 Hope everyone is figuring out who to vote for now at least. Sorry for the effects your family are having to deal with.

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    2. Yep. It’s a Mind Control (and suppression) device:

      Meanwhile, away from the SJW-snowflake-controlled islands of idiocy, country folk know what to do, from an early age:

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          1. I would rather you said – borrowed them – however – they are not copyright material – so you did not ‘steal’ – you appropriated and shared – Mkay?


      1. Didn’t someone have a meme of the USA Eagle destroying the ChiCom Dragon? I remember it from OT, but I think I saw it here, too….

        Marica? Georgia? Nebraska? It was a great pic…

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    1. Doubtless, this is Tedros’ & W.H.O.’s response to Potus’ rebuke of withholding & reducing funding from their corrupt organization. I’m certain the President is paying attention…Wait for the punchback.

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      1. “….Wait for the punchback….”

        OOOOoooh, I just had a really nasty thought. If Sec Alex Azar doesn’t get off his duff and straighten out the FDA, CDC, NIH and the rest, he may find himself BOOTED and Ambassador Grennell put in his place as Acting Sec of the Department.

        “The Department of Health and Human Services oversees 11 agencies including the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Center for Disease Control (CDC), National Institutes of Health (NIH), Administration for Children and Families (ACF) and Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).” — WIKI

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    2. His CV photo to apply for his next job….that of a Walmart door greeter. Not just ANY door greeter but the VOICE of door greeters everywhere.


    1. That translates to 94% want DJT to be reelected POTUS…………….

      and confirms that at leaast 6% of the people are brain dead.

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    2. I believe there is already an importing requirement to show on the label the Country of Origin. Many of the labels say, (in very small print), made in Country X and then in much larger bold print, MADE FOR USA. Those importers not meeting this requirement lose their goods to the auction houses to be sold as export, not for use in US.

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        1. yes ma’am. I always look at the labels on clothing and that’s how they mislead a casual look. It is not possible today to purchase domestic made goods exclusively.

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            1. Many years ago I owned a retail clothing company and tried to carry goods made in North America (Canada and USA) because it used to mean a better quality. So looking at labels became a habit for what it meant. I have been disgusted to see imports take the market because they were cheaper goods while domestic factories close and our neighbours lost their jobs to support offshore jobs. We need to learn how to build much better value with our products again, including autos.

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              1. I subscribe to the notion that selling price should be determined by costs and labour to manufacture combined with overhead to get the product to end user. And best value need not always be the most expensive. There is a place for inexpensive products, but they need to be priced accordingly and determined by market demand. There is no excuse for citizens to derive a living out of a system that takes advantage of remote systems at the expense of their fellow citizens.

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              2. And – Made in USA – will eliminate the cost of foreign delivery systems, too.

                A choice is always nice – however – it has been my experience – cheaper is not better – falls apart in the wash – necessitating the need to replace – while something with better quality at a higher price washes up nice – and lasts longer.

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              3. They have to guess what it is worth while we have to decide what we want for our money – ask any mother who must clothe her children who play hard and don’t just get dirty – clothes that shred in the washer are not going to cut it nor are those that are destroyed through wear and tear – they will not be purchased, again – and mothers talk to each other, too.

                The value to the seller is much different than the value to the buyer – yes.


              4. Yes, absolutely, because the seller’s value is more often founded upon greed and the purchaser’s value is warped by being told that cheaper is better. It will take re-programming purchasers as well as beginning to manufacture again in USA. Canada is past the point of being redeemed.

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              5. Aside from civil war there is no means to even express disagreement. There is no oversight and no accountability in any way. Canada, where everything is policed, except crime. We appreciate the prayers. Take Care.

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    1. Reading this soldier’s name reminds me of a shared story from my high school days! We had a very tiny male history teacher who was an American philappino, and also a former Army drill instructor. Quite a character and often would stand on a chair to teach!
      I Remember him telling how most drill instructors would bark out common names during training exercises…Jones, Smith, etc. mainly because there were always recruits answering to those names.
      But he would study the list of new recruits and memorize names like Wangmulanklang and call on them…much to their astonishment!

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  8. A Memorial Day Tribute to Cpl. Frank Cauthen
    Those Damn Tanks

    This story could be called ‘ice cream & incoming’ instead of picking on the tanks.

    Following a full days Battalion size sweep through the DMZ and all that had happened:
    heat exhaustion, mortars, RPGs, sniper fire, and death; we began to set up a defensive perimeter for the evening, or so we thought.

    Word came down that the flame tanks assigned to our company had built up too much pressure while maneuvering in the heat of the day. Our tank was also a ‘flame thrower’ which would have been useful against bunkered enemy troops, but so far, no bunkers to assault. The enemy was there, but out of sight. Thus far our tank only ferried casualties and heat exhausted Marines……we had plenty of those.
    A squad was selected to accompany the tank outside the loose perimeter we had set up. They had moved out about two hundred yards when the tanks began expelling flames to ease their pressure.
    At almost the same time helicopters began coming in from the south for re-supply and medivac . We thought they would be bringing water. Many had no water; and those who did had very little. To my surprise water wasn’t on the delivery list, but there was ice cream, yes, ice cream. Someone must have thought we were at an amusement park instead of in the DMZ. Ice cream instead of water; an evil joke.

    The tanks spraying flames and the choppers landing and departing didn’t go unnoticed by enemy forward observers. Moments later I heard a distant sound, one I hadn’t heard yet, like a muffled boom. In an instant the screaming sound of enemy artillery from the north was coming our way. I will never forget that sound……and then………….. that whistle/scream/woosh that followed. Based on where the first shells hit it was clear that the tanks were the target.

    Panic set in for those providing security for the tank. Projectiles sounding like a speeding train were screaming down on them and they had nowhere to hide. They headed towards the tanks for safety, which was not a good choice. The tankers knew this and were waiving frantically for them to get away.
    The tanks began heading back towards our defensive perimeter along with the embattled squad, and,………the incoming artillery. The distant ‘booms’, now registered forever as a sound I’ll never forget, hit right along our front. No one had a hole dug yet and the exploding shells and searing hot shrapnel sprayed in every direction. From my position facing the deck I could hear the unusual noise of the searing hot metal fragments as they whizzed overhead.

    ‘Corpsman up’, was the next sound I heard. We had wounded, and, as we’d soon find out, dead.

    The incoming rounds were faster than anything I ever knew. I don’t know how many were fired, but I’m sure there were a number of vollies, from more than one gun.

    I don’t remember how many causalities there were, but I remember ‘Franks’.
    Frank Cauthen was hit by shrapnel and died instantly. He was a Corporal and he’d been
    with Fox 2/9 for 11 months and 12 days. That’s a long time in a rifle company as a grunt.
    He was a black man with a big smile and, at near six foot, 170, looked like a halfback.
    ‘Franks’ had ‘time in’. He was ‘short ’ with a rotation date of about August 16th. He probably would have been out of the bush by August 7-8 at the latest. So he had about 25 days left. A damn shame for sure.
    Things like this don’t sit well with the troops. Seeing a man put his time in and rotate gives hope to each person that humps the hills. Seeing one die with 25 and a wake up is
    bad for business, and morale.
    I know it makes no sense to say ‘it ain’t fair, but that’s the exact feeling. ‘Franks’ put in almost a year in the worst conditions and was in the home stretch and poof, gone.
    There is no god. There is no justice.

    Ice cream wasn’t very much a treat that day. Water would have done just fine.


    CPL – E4 – Marine Corps – Regular

    Length of service 1 years
    His tour began on Jul 27, 1967
    Casualty was on Jul 12, 1968
    Hostile, died of wounds, GROUND CASUALTY
    Body was recovered

    Panel 52W – Line 17

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  9. H/T Ace of Spade

    “Looking to November, the estimable Roger Kimball has this prognostication:

    …Back in March, before the destruction of more than 30 million jobs and tens of thousands of shuttered businesses, before the missed graduations, and soaring suicide and drug-addiction rates, I wondered when it would be that people would cotton on to the fact that the real crisis here was not the disease but our politician-and-media fired panic over the disease?
    For the past two months, the country has been on a moral bender, intoxicated by fear and panic. As with most benders, the aftermath will be painful. But the symptoms this time will not be nausea and headache but shame at our credulousness and rage against those who exploited it. Rage. Look for it in a neighborhood near you in the coming weeks and polling stations across the country in November.”

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  10. 25% capacity for church andvtheyll let you know in a few weeks if thats ok and can have more?NO. NO. NO.
    This is illusory. Not an actual opening, its just to get doj to look away again.

    “California’s health department on Monday released its guidance for safely reopening places of worship amid the coronavirus pandemic.

    “This guidance does not obligate places of worship to resume in-person activity,” the California Department of Public Health’s guidance reads. “Further, it is strongly recommended that places of worship continue to facilitate remote services and other related activities for those who are vulnerable to COVID19 including older adults and those with co-morbidities.”

    All places of worship that reopen must limit attendance to 25% of building capacity, or a maximum of 100 visitors, whichever is lower, the health department said.

    Churches, mosques, synagogues and other places of worship will have to adhere to the rules on limited capacity for the first 21 days after their counties allow religious services and ceremonies.

    After that period, the California Department of Public Health and local officials “will review and assess the impact of these imposed limits on public health and provide further direction as part of a phased-in restoration of activities in places of worship.”

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    1. This is the equivalent of punishing the entire class for the actions of one student or trying to ban guns because of one shooter. It’s like banning peanut butter because someone might be allergic.
      This is a joke.
      Do we really believe that when regular flu/cold season rolls around that they won’t use that in the same way?

      FTA~ “Further, it is strongly recommended that places of worship continue to facilitate remote services and other related activities for those who are vulnerable to COVID19 including older adults and those with co-morbidities.”

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      1. There are churches that had regular service on Sunday. Now everyone will come. Gruesome sending in police to shut diwn churches ir even counties arresting parishioners will be a VERY bad move.

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  11. Does anyone know a site that tracks church attendance of presidents like the many sites that track # of times they play golf? Would like to compare Obama and President Trump’s church attendance.


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  13. Another propaganda trial…….this time it’s the WHO

    The same WHO that shares responsiblity with China for the world wide spread of the *&^%$#@! coronavirus.

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  14. 🇺🇸Trump – a Lion Amongst Men🇺🇸 (@dvmackay) Tweeted:
    @EyesOnQ @gatewaypundit So, this’s daddy’s boy! Like father, like son. Nice family. Me thinks we’ll hear more about ‘judge’ Sullivan & family. ES has opened a Pandora box that can’t be closed. Just another partisan, hack judge ( like ABJ, Roger Stone’s ‘judge’). Drain the swamp @realDonaldTrump

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