Dear KMAG: 20220608 Open Topic

This Stormwatch 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).

Yes, it’s Monday…again.

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But it’s okay…we’re going to get through this!

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 Pray for our President.

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Wheatie’s Rules:

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

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For your listening enjoyment, I offer this composition from Valentin Wiest, titled ‘An Angel for the Underworld’:

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The forces of darkness continue to try to divide us.

But what they haven’t figured out yet…is that they won’t like us when we’re angry:

And if they get rid of the police…doesn’t that mean they are giving us OPEN SEASON on stupid people with No Bag Limit?

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Wheatie’s Word of the Day:

Epic

The word, ‘Epic’, is a noun which comes from the Latin word epicus…and before that, from the Greek word epikos…which meant: a long story, tale or poem.

Over time, the word ‘Epic’ came to be used as an adjective…to mean “huge, grand or impressive”.

Used in a sentence:

The Democrats’ display of epic weapons-grade-stupidity is almost like they view it as an art form that they are trying to perfect.

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552 thoughts on “Dear KMAG: 20220608 Open Topic

    1. LMAO

      “Hi. Heard about the BS you guys are having to deal with up there. Why don’t you good folks come on down together to sunny Florida and get away from that cold? We have great need for good people like y’all, we pay well (if not better), and the folks down here respect and appreciate our law enforcement. We’d like to hire all 57 of you guys. What do you say?”

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  1. Man Twitter is being pretty weird…it absolutely wouldn’t let me put wnd.com directly, hmm…over the target?

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  3. Just a comment about the ‘knelling on the neck’ It just occurred to me that I have used it several times.

    1. To medicate or trim the hooves of an unruly horse or pony when nothing else works. You take them to soft ground knock them over and sit on the neck just behind the ears. Calms them right down. It also does wonders for their manners the next time you have to tend a wound or trim hooves.

    2. Sheep and goats. Again knock them over if needed — repeat “A helpless Sheep is a Calm Sheep” 🙃

    If you can not raise your head you can not get up and that is the reason for using that hold. If I can use this ‘hold’ to restrain a 1/2 ton of horse for wound treatment, then I can understand how this hold, when used properly is safe for the person and the officer.

    (Note the pressure is on the SIDE of the neck and not the throat.)

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    1. yes, it seems that while the throat hold is not familiar to those of us who are not in law enforcement, not criminals and do not live in high crime areas, it is actuall a SOP for specific situations in many places around the world.

      It not the knee on the neck that was unusual in context. What was unusual was most of us are not in that situation and are unfamiliar with it.

      the knee on the neck, in and of itself is not out of line (except it has now been removed from SOP in MN and probably across the country with reforms).

      the investigation and trial will deterine if excessive and/or inappropriate force was used. but many seem to think knee on the neck is excessive period. Time will tell if that was directly responsible for the suspect’s death &/or if it was excessive in its application &/or use.

      But for most of the US the mere pressense of the knee on the neck has been sold as wrong in and of itself, which at the time, was not wrong if properly applied/used in the allowable situations

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    2. Imma guess there’s a trick involved with knocking over a 1/2 ton horse… probably not something for the folks at home to try the next time they see a horse 😁

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      ” If I can use this ‘hold’ to restrain a 1/2 ton of horse for wound treatment, then I can understand how this hold, when used properly is safe for the person and the officer.”

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      I’m sure it could be used properly, the problem is people are people, and it takes a super cop to not use that position and leverage to inflict pain.

      Unless you’re a football player or otherwise work out your neck muscles so your neck is as wide as your ears, the neck is a very vulnerable area.

      In any other circumstance (e.g., medical personnel) they are very careful about dealing with the human neck, particularly when moving people.

      Hard to believe it would ever be ‘safe’ to have a 200+ Lb. man focusing his whole weight on your neck with his knee.

      In any self-defense situation, you do whatever you have to do. But if the person is restrained, I wouldn’t want to risk paralyzing someone by putting my knee on their neck and using my body weight to grind them into the pavement.

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    1. Looks like the average age must be well over 70. Hippies who grew up in the 60s, went into government and never left or grew up.

      And they’ll cling to power until someone takes it from their cold, dead fingers.

      Their entire lives defined and consumed by this juvenile idiocy and lust for power.

      I hope it was worth it.

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