2020·07·11 KMAG Daily Thread

I don’t have much to say tonight, on the “current events” front. It’s about 1 PM here in Colorado and it’s pretty quiet at the moment–and I might not have the opportunity to update this if something big does break.

Let’s see. Sullivan still being an ass, exculpatory information still coming out in fairly large buckets (I can see why some think he’s drawing this out with the knowledge and approval of people on our side). Still got Leftists of various different types running around loose in our urban areas.

And rumors that Durham is simply going to drop his work. I sure hope not.

Reminder of the Most Important Thing about the MAGA Movement

Yes, I am going to harp on this, because it is the most important thing President Donald J. Trump has to do, and he hasn’t really gotten started on it yet.

Our movement is about replacing a failed and corrupt political establishment with a new government controlled by you, the American People...Our campaign represents a true existential threat, like they’ve never seen before.

Then-Candidate Donald J. Trump

Lawyer Appeasement Section

OK now for the fine print.

This is the WQTH Daily Thread. You know the drill. There’s no Poltical correctness, but civility is a requirement. There are Important Guidelines,  here, with an addendum on 20191110.

We have a new board – called The U Tree – where people can take each other to the woodshed without fear of censorship or moderation.

And remember Wheatie’s Rules:

1. No food fights
2. No running with scissors.
3. If you bring snacks, bring enough for everyone.
4. The gun is always loaded.
4a. If you actually want the gun to be loaded, like because you’re checking out a bump in the night, then it’s empty.
5. Never point the gun at anything you’re not willing to destroy.
6. Keep your finger off the trigger until ready to fire.
7. Be sure of your target and what is behind it.

(Hmm a few extras seem to have crept in.)

Mandatory Coin

Now it wouldn’t be one of my posts without a coin, would it?

1822 Half Eagle, one of three known to exist.

What we have here is one of the rarest coins on Earth, and it’s a “legit” coin. It was intended to be used as money, was released as money, was issued legally, isn’t a pattern, a restrike or a fantasy piece. Many of the more famous rarities (1804 dollars, 1913 Liberty Head Nickels, for instance) fall into one of these later categories–they weren’t made to be used, and may have been illegally produced.

To my knowledge the lowest legitimate mintage for a coin was 24 dimes made in San Francisco in 1894. Ten are still known to exist. In this case, though, 17,796 half eagles (i.e., five dollar gold pieces) were made in 1822. But unless someone kicks over a rock and finds a stash of these things (not impossible), there are three of them today. And the Smithsonian has two of the three. So that leaves one in private hands. Apparently it sold in 1982 for $600,000, and was up for sale in 2016 in an auction but I can’t find any indication as to whether it sold and for how much, so I assume it did NOT sell–the owner was asking too much. (Surely there are people who would pay well into seven figures.)

Why so rare? I don’t know the complete answer to that, but any gold from before 1834 is tough to find. (There are relatively common dates, for instance this particular design, if you do find one for sale, will most likely be an 1813, which at least costs less than a new car even in the lower uncirculated grades.)

But I do know a large part of the reason for this is that although our original laws specified that gold and silver were to be minted at a 15:1 ratio, this had become out of date. What does that mean? That means if you took a pound of silver to the mint, you’d get a certain amount of coins back in return (this was a free service by the US mint, provided you were willing to wait for them to actually make the coins from your silver; if you wanted your coins immediately, there was a 1% charge). If you took a pound of gold in, you’d get back coins worth fifteen times as much. A pound of gold was legally worth fifteen pounds of silver. The problem was, this ratio had been slowly dropping since ancient times. In ancient Egypt, silver was actually worth more than gold; in the mid 1700s the ratio had shifted from 14:1 to 14.5:1. It was pretty much an unbroken trend, and lately the ratio is near 100:1 (sometimes over depending on the specific day).

[Note: as of 13:13 Colorado time, gold is at $1799/ozt, silver is at $18.75/ozt, for a ratio of 95.946666…:1.]

What happened when silver dropped relative to gold? The gold became over-valued. One could accumulate ten dollars of silver coinage, exchange it for ten dollars in gold (as two half eagles, most likely, as eagles weren’t being made then)…and the gold would actually be worth more. So you could melt it and sell it for more than ten dollars’ worth of silver.

So most of that old gold coinage is long gone, much of it now likely in Fort Knox or the gold “eagles” being produced today. Or in your wedding band.

Some people hung onto some pieces, and sometimes the mint or treasury had retained a small group in a vault somewhere, often all of the same date, which is why some dates are still obtainable, and others aren’t. Apparently no one happened to hang onto a stash of 1822 half eagles.

This page: https://www.pcgs.com/coinfacts/coin/1822-5/8130 discusses this coin, and has a picture of the two Smithsonian specimens as well. So now you’ve seen them all. They show prices below, but those can only be educated guesses when the coin, and I do mean the coin, as there’s only one outside of museums, hasn’t appeared on the market in 38 years.

The weight of gold was reduced in mid-1834, with a design change to go with it so you could tell the coins apart, and the problem was solved, for a while.

In the early 1850s, with the economy being flooded by gold coming out of California, the shoe was on the other foot for a change and silver became scarce. The problem was solved by deliberately reducing the silver in coinage (other than silver dollars) so much that now the silver in a coin was worth considerably less than face value, and that was the end of free coinage of silver. (This was in 1853, and the change was denoted by placing little arrowheads on either side of the date.) No more dropping your silver off at the mint to be made into coins, because they could only issue as much silver as there was gold to back it. For the rest of the century, whether or not silver should be freely coined was a huge political issue, and a large part of William Jennings Bryan’s support was from people who wanted free coinage of silver (and then, probably would have complained about the resulting inflation).

This sort of thing is why I don’t believe that we should switch to a bi-metallic monetary system…the ratios of values of the coins shift constant. Unless we set up two different, parallel denominations (silver dollars and gold ducats for instance) and let them float against each other, we’d have all sorts of problems. But there’s no reason we couldn’t go to a single-metallic system.

For some reason, my comment about you getting to look at all of the 1822 half eagles reminded me of a very old joke…from about 1980. You can update it as needed. Pedro and Luis run into each other in Mexico City. They hadn’t seen each other in a couple of years. After getting caught up on happenings in their lives, Pedro says, “Did you know that the US debt is now up to a trillion dollars?” Luis, thinking that sounds like a big number, asks, “How much is that in pesos?” Pedro answers, “All of them.”

And yes, that joke is woefully out of date, especially since our previous two presidents each doubled the national debt. Another advertisement for either a gold or a silver standard, but not both.

Disclaimer: Neither this, nor any other coin I post, is mine. [In this case: DUH!!!] With older coins, I’m going to find the best pic of one on the internet, so even if I happen to have one, it’s not the nicest one on earth…and some coins are worth more than my net worth so I certainly won’t have those!

Important Reminder

Just one more thing, my standard Public Service Announcement. We don’t want to forget this!!!

Remember Hong Kong!!!

I hope this guy isn’t rotting in the laogai somewhere!

中国是个混蛋 !!!
Zhōngguò shì gè hùndàn !!!
China is asshoe !!!

537 thoughts on “2020·07·11 KMAG Daily Thread

  1. I’ve been saving this one for you. Just imagine the word bubble with “TANJ!!!”


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  2. The law mandating that minted coin be issued 15:1 is a great example of why the Constitution should have had a thick appendix of “Congress shall make no law…..”

    Instead, we got the Constitution, as written, which says that the Feds should do about 68 different things and no others. and a short list of 10 things saying, “specifically, they should keep their clumsy mitts off of…..”

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        1. The current one?

          I have no idea.

          Coins these days are basically tokens, intrinsically worth much less than face value (with the exception of the cent); if there’s some sort of shortage, then it’s an issue of industrial capacity and distribution. It’s not a real economic problem like the situation I described in the post.

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        1. It’s one of those things where, for some reason, the writer assumes you know about it already. Certainly in 1873-1896 everyone DID know about it.

          Even very modern books (such as today’s “Guide Book To United States Coinage” (a/k/a the “Red Book”) in the article at the beginning on the history of US coinage, that I sometimes suspect I am the only person who has ever read) don’t explain the issue; they somehow figure the reader will understand the background.

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          1. Yes, that’s how it was in my history class.

            If only my teacher, whom I much admired, had said, ‘In those days, you could bring in your own silver to be melted and turned into coin.’ All of us would have understood — and thought that was pretty doggoned amazing.

            Instead, we got a long lecture about William Jennings Bryan. Happily, its contents were not in an exam or asked for in an essay. As the lecture was all about topics that were relevant in his time, I’m afraid that, as studious as I was, I was confused — much as I was about free coinage.


    1. cthulu, but you mean the federal government, not the fed. And if the Constitution is specific where in the federal government things stem from, that needs to be followed, too.

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    1. I do believe Durham dropping anything is wishful thinking out loud. There was a thread yesterday from Dawson that couched a thread from somebody else with documentation that Durham has been at this since before June of 2017, and was in contact with someone on Mueller’s team from the beginning. If this is true, nothing is getting dropped other than indictments on the heads of a whole lot of swamp creatures.


      Huh, so starting on June 11, 2017, Mueller was feeding information to Durham to investigate #Spygate because it was in Durham’s purview, not Muellers! #ButNothingsHappening

      Great thread
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      1. I’ve argued that John Durham has been investigating SpyGate matters since July 2017 at the latest

      I’m revising that. Durham has been on-board no later than June 11, 2017. Durham was working with Mueller the whole time, too @traceybeanz @15poundstogo

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  3. What in the h e hockey sticks is this?
    DACA was illegal as much as the people. No citizenship, no rewards. Maybe they can earn a permanent greenxard but no oandering fir the election.

    Meet the Press (@MeetThePress) Tweeted:
    BREAKING: President Trump tells Telemundo’s @jdbalart he will sign an executive order on immigration that will include DACA in the coming weeks. #mtpdaily

    Trump: “One of the aspects of the bill is going to be DACA. We are going to have a road to citizenship.” https://t.co/M926cty8A1

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          1. Also showing he’s doing work that congress isn’t doing.

            And yes it’s a bumpy road. Maybe by the time DACA peps hit the road we might have it down to 10 people 😉
            I’m guessing it’s a long list

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          2. Question: “What would it take to not only destroy the DACA issue for Pelosi, but have it on one’s own terms, and STEAL IT?”

            I strongly suspect that the VSG is going to unleash an unending string of nukes on the left from here until the election.

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            1. Oh, I agree wholeheartedly, and he will be brutally honest!!! You reap what you sow – and they have sown garbage in and garbage out – may the bird of paradise have a field day pooping on them!

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        1. I recall him talking about this at rallies. He said he’s not going to throw all under the bus. Every case will be looked at. I do think it’s going to be a hard road and for most not possible.

          If he throws out most of them they will yell at the dems for not saving them.

          He knows most people are pissed off about DACA

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          1. Let’s say, for the purposes of argument, that we put $10,000 of actual educational value into a K-12 student every year and not just indoctrination and babysitting (errrrrrrr…..). And we had someone illegally in the country that has 10 years of such education and is under 18. Deporting them now would be discarding $100,000.

            It would be reasonable to try to salvage this value for the benefit of the nation after taxpayer dollars have been systematically directed this way.

            The problems start with allowing any value for any level of public schooling. It may have been true 20 years ago and more true 50 years ago, but it’s blown, busted, and bulls**t now.

            (NB, my sister is an elementary school teacher.)

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            1. Where do you start counting in, all of the other benefits (must include relatives that came with them) received including but not limited to: medical, dental, vision, food stamps, welfare checks, educating relatives so they can be in the workforce (language) legally and pay taxes. Unpaid taxes.

              Once they receive citizenship what stops them from creating “safe houses” to continue the rotation of bringing people in. A house in my (previous) neighborhood had a guy and wife living in 3 br twnhse. Everyone in the neighborhood knew it was a “safe” house and rotated 1k’s of illegals through it. It wasn’t until the house burned down (utilities turned off, guy was using propane heater in br) that it was learned that the guy was not the owner. Owner had been pronounced dead in fire (wife died a year before).

              The real owner was a doctor living in NJ and he was finally found out. I lived in the neighborhood for 30 yrs and was going on when I got there. In all those years HOA dues had not been paid, the house was always in bad repair (deck fell off back of house), fence fell down, etc. There were many houses in that neighborhood alone where this was a constant problem. Gaithersburg Maryland, blue state that allows sanctuary.

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    1. He has talked about this since before 2016. Part of the conversation involved getting the border under control and, I think, stopping the flow of people who would qualify to receive DACA benefits (but I’m not fully informed on this).

      I found this article from 7/7/2020. It has some information that might be true, but Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg are two of the founders, so take it for what it’s worth. My point in posting it is that dents have been made in DACA and I have no doubt Pres. Trump knows what he’s doing. If there is a path to citizenship, it will be demanding and there will be far fewer people who could take advantage of it than there were previously.
      Nearly 6,000 DACA recipients will lose benefits every week

      “The Supreme Court recently determined that the Trump Administration’s attempt to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) policy was unlawful, and ordered the Administration to reinstate the original policy. Despite this, the Administration has yet to act, and has instead publicly committed to attempt yet again to strip DACA recipients of protections and work authorization. The graphs below illustrate the negative consequences if the DACA policy is fully rescinded and renewals halted in July, the soonest the Administration could attempt another rescission.

      “We’ve assumed a scenario where the Administration halts renewals immediately following a new recission, but allows those DACA recipients who have already renewed their benefits to retain them until they expire, as was the policy when DACA was originally ended in September 2017. If the Administration takes longer, more DACA recipients will have time to apply to renew, which may allow them to keep protections for longer after a decision; however, closures and delays caused by the COVID-19 crisis, as well as the possibility of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) furloughing thousands of employees because of budget issues, have made renewing harder than ever, and more DACA recipients will likely fall out of status even while renewals remain technically open.

      “On average, more than 25,000 additional DACA recipients will lose work authorization and protection from deportation each month for two years following an end to renewals; that’s an average of about 5,800 each week, or 1,000 each business day. By the time a new presidential term starts in January 2021, nearly 100,000 people will have lost DACA protections, with the total climbing to nearly 468,000, a large majority of DACA recipients, by the end of 2021.”

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    2. Let it contain:

      * A total permanent moratorium on future amnesties
      * Multiple Leftist “poison pills” that make them scream to challenge in court
      * Extraordinary pro-hispanic provisions that will pit Hispanics against the Left who tear it down
      * An unlimited supply of delicious popcorn salted with thousands of genuine liberal tears

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  4. Melissa Tate

    BREAKING: Warrant Served On St. Louis Couple Who Defended Private Property just had Soros supported D.A. raid house and seize their guns. This is tyranny. The Democrat Party is the enemy within this country faces. Lord help us defeat these people!

    11:33 PM · Jul 10, 2020



    And this couple are both lawyers.
    I hope they sue this DA up one side and down the other!

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          1. She lives on a connected street within that specific set of gates, yes. Those streets, it’s a number of square blocks, are gated off at the main arteries of Kingshighway to the east, Delmar to the north, and Union to the west. There is ONE open street from Lindell to the south, but if you don’t know what you’re looking for you might not find it.

            The story is that is where they were going and where they eventually went. But the incident on the corner went viral before the other staging could happen.

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            1. I have not seen footage of this march apart from the McCloskey’s. Is there any? Like them acting out in front of the mayor’s house?

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    1. A real reporter would doxx the judge and get into that judge’s history. What’s the probable cause? They won get their guns back. And the money spent will be $$$$.

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    2. What are the odds that another “protest” will now show up on their lawn with full knowledge that their guns are not there?

      Assuming they don’t have spares, that is. Or that someone didn’t “loan” them some weapons.

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      1. Yep, I’d say the odds of the Demoncrat thugsters showing up again are good.

        The couple managed to hire some security, though.
        I wonder if they are armed.
        Hope so.

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  5. Regarding the SCOTUS case recognizing half of Oklahoma as Indian Territory…..I hope that they looked verrrrrrry carefully into the period from the July 19, 1866 Treaty to the November 16, 1907 grant of statehood.

    I would be very skeptical of things written prior to the Civil War that are interpreted according to “common usage” subsequent to the Civil War. A lot of words and concepts were redefined and their new usage sealed in blood. We lament many of these changes to this day, but they are what we inherited from the conflagration.

    The Treaty of 1866, however, is clearly after the Civil War, and should reflect the modified words and concepts. It is my understanding that both the Oklahoma Territories and Indian Territories petitioned to become the State of Oklahoma, which would then become the state — but I certainly wasn’t there and don’t hail from the state.

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    1. Yeah, it’s a mess.

      It doesn’t affect land ownership titles, though.
      It affects the Jurisdiction of local/state law enforcement.

      Federal charges can still be made…statewide.

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      1. The problem is that things like rape, murder, arson, and assault are not supposed to be Federal crimes. Remember the expression, “don’t make a Federal case out of it?” It’s only supposed to become Federal when it crosses state lines.

        Mind you, there are probably Tribal laws against rape, murder, arson, and assault….but they’ve sat by while the State of Oklahoma handled things for over a hundred years.

        That’s why that window between 1866 and 1907 is so important. If there is some obscure record dumping jurisdiction onto the State, that would clear up a lot.

        SCOTUS has ruled that 1866 stands, and good for them. Now let’s see the State do better than “because I said so” for later.

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        1. No, this is like the third part of that Chinese Curse…’Be careful what you wish for’.

          The Tribal zones are going to be overwhelmed with crime, since criminals will now view them as ‘safe havens’.

          Most of the Tribes have relied on state/local law enforcement to deal with general criminal activity.
          Their councils have mostly been used to settle squabbles between tribal members.

          But now they’re going to have to add more police officers…and devote money to setting up courts.

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        1. That link took me to the Main Page with a list of all the topic posts.

          I scrolled and scrolled, looking for that one…but couldn’t find it, Piper.

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  6. Anyone else been following the revelations about Wayfair and Child Trafficking?

    Tommy G on twitter has been posting a lot about it.

    Here is his latest thread about it, which gives an overview:


    Basically, it looks like pedos have been trafficking ‘missing kids’ on the Wayfair site.
    There will be an overpriced item that makes no sense…but the name of a missing kid is featured on the item.

    For example:

    “Caitlynne” is the name of a missing kid.

    More examples:


    The JackBoots at twitter have been messing with Tommy G, as a result this…so he may get banned over this.

    Here is a link to one of his tweets, so that you can click on it, then on his name, and read what he’s posted:


    Link to his twitter account:

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    1. Thanks Wheatie. It seemed just too unbelievable, but when FOX posted an article where Wayfair denied this my ears pricked up. And then when the CEO resigned????? Whoa……………this is too “coincidental.” Wow!!!!

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      1. Yes, the hashtag #Wayfair was trending on twitter for awhile…

        So all the usual leftist entities shifted into emergency response…and proclaimed that it was all “false” and “had been debunked”…when it hadn’t!

        Snopes responded in record time, too.
        They proclaimed it was “false”, of course.

        And now, people are finding similar ‘overpriced’ items on Amazon and Ebay, with names on the items that make no sense.

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    2. That’s the first i had heard of it. It’s sickening to see the faces of the children being sold; just horrific. Someone at Wayfair had to be in on this because users of the site can’t set prices, if I understand correctly. Great digging by Tommy G and anons. This is real journalism.

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    3. Saw a little of thisxand peolexare fighting ove authentic conspiracy vs you been on lockdown too long. Its very weird . Walmart app has walmart and other sellers on there. I see strange prices a lot. Never looked at details in names.

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        1. Well all those wierd Instagram people, links, etc. Plus the missing item listings on clithing websites that turn up wierd inappropriate things for sale, I couldnt not believe they are creative with trafficking. They love “runaways”

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    4. Yikes…I didn’t know that last link to Tommy G’s twitter acct would post the whole thing.
      I hope it doesn’t mess with page-loading.

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        1. Bookcase hidden door sounds like something in an Epstein Island or Comet Pizza passage with stairways… cf those photos with stairs, rooms, and underground hallways, etc.

          “Put the Candle Back !!!”…

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          1. Exactly. It’s so BLUNT that IMO it’s almost a joke. So the question is, is this silly thing a “pedo/trafficker defense joke” (which pedos do) or is it a “hoax joke” where they pushed a blatancy in a HOAX just a bit too far?

            Undecided, and I don’t have to decide now.


      1. And…there was that strange reference by Podesta, to “pillows”, in that WikiLeaks email where he talked about a “handkerchief”.

        So maybe ‘pillow’ is another code that pedos use.

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      2. That preview is now unavailable.

        Whatchya wanna bet the online army on the other side was up all night guzzling Red Bull while they pulled as many ads and reviews offline as they could.

        Not that it ever completely goes away.

        Oh, no. Like a diamond, what gets posted is forever.

        And don’t tell me Trump’s intelligence people haven’t got all this in hard copy.

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      1. Yep…Snopes shifted into emergency damage control mode on this one.

        They did this proclamation while hashtag #Wayfair was trending on twitter.

        The JackBoots on twitter took #Wayfair off the trending list, of course…as part of the damage control.
        Tommy G’s thread must have triggered some flashing lights and sirens, because it’s been an all-hands-on-deck response from the Left.

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      2. Not necessarily.

        Ads are generally provided by a third party, that then pays the web site for the “commercial time”.

        Those third parties are the ones who track what you search on, and if you did a search on Wayfair, that third party may have assumed you’re interested in buying from them so it’s presenting you ads.

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    5. Pedo symbol spotted on Wayfair. What are the odds that so many unbelievably priced items share the names of missing children and pedo symbols, AND are being sold by a company with multiple Clinton connections?

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    6. Amazon and eBay are doing this also.the SKU # brings you to a Russian search engine that shows hundreds of images of children and also many pics of Tom Hanx. It’s very sickening.

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  7. So, still reading Sleight of Mind — regarding the illusion of choice…..and I’m going to deliberately tell it out of sequence as a gag instead of as a study or a magic trick.

    Two neuropsychologists from Sweden, at Lund University, decided to run a somewhat non-traditional study. They took a bunch of photographs of young ladies and made pairs, roughly matched by attractiveness. They then printed each of the photographs onto cards with red and black backs, one each. With a table that was covered to match the black backs, they did the following.

    For each of a set of volunteers, they would sit down on the opposite side of a table from the volunteer and show them the pictures of the young ladies. In each hand, they’d hold the black card of one in front of the red card of the other. The volunteer was asked to decide which was more attractive.

    After indicating a choice, the stacks were put on the table, face down. And the red card of the selected stack was slid over to the volunteer with the instruction: “Here, take a closer look and tell us why you chose it!” The rest of the cards were swept off the table.

    Less than a third of the volunteers detected the swap, and the others often went into rather elaborate discussions of why they had preferred the one in hand.

    This is where professional magicians lean back and think, “why should I make any special effort to lie to you when you are doing so well at lying to yourself?”

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    1. American students were already ignorant wrt their history… before destroying statues…

      which is why they toppled statues that represented heroes of oppression

      dumbed down they are……………..

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  8. Up your alley Steve. Whatcha think???

    Silence Dogood, MBA (@familyman20181) Tweeted:
    1/ I had to share this for Gold/Silver, NESARA/GESARA followers.

    So I ordered a 1oz. Gold Eagle in March & another one recently.

    Both are 2020 with the box.


    This is SIGNIFICANT.
    ☕✝️ https://t.co/QX9W3uOH4s

    Silence Dogood, MBA (@familyman20181) Tweeted:
    2/ Why would they change this in the middle of a year during Coronavirus?

    Maybe a lot changed that people didn’t realize.

    Remember when the podium emblem was changed?

    Patriots that are in the know can start to see that Gold & Silver will take down the Fed in a 1-2 K.O. punch! .https://twitter.com/familyman20181/status/1281685074849812480?s=20

    Silence Dogood, MBA (@familyman20181) Tweeted:
    3/ Treasury even went out of their way to put a stamp on the back where there was none before!

    They also added a circle with a flag in the middle on the front and added e pluribus unum with a ® (registered) symbol 😳💥🎉🥳

    Can you say goodnight Deep State!
    ☕✝️ .https://twitter.com/familyman20181/status/1281686570790158336?s=20

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    1. Holy cow. Now I want some 2020 Gold Eagles – pending Steve’s confirmation. How do I buy?

      My son saw the Disme Coins ad on RSBN and was super excited by it… of course he’s 10 so he thinks they are awesome. My thought is if I was going to get him something it would be something proper.

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      1. Disme coins? Is someone marketing a reproduction? If so, it’s almost certainly a ripoff (guess who’s paying for the ads–ultimately the customer).

        As for the gold eagle bullion coins, I’m going to cry bullshit here.

        The gold eagles come in three grades: bullion, uncirculated, and proof. The latter two are made specifically for collectors and must be bought directly from the mint (usmint.gov) or in the “aftermarket’ at coin shops (and generally the price drops from what the mint charges, though some dates are rarer than others and will command a premium). They will come in fancy packaging.

        The bullion grade can ONLY be had from coin dealers (the mint does not sell them directly), and does not come in a fancy box. They come in plastic tubes of 20 each; the dealer opens the tubes, puts the coins in plastic flips (usually, depends on the dealer’s personal style), and sells them over the counter.

        So I don’t know what this guy is showing in his tweets with a fancy box that says bullion gold. Much less changing out the design.

        OK…so as for buying: The bullion coins are interchangeable, pretty much, gold is gold, and it doesn’t much matter what date is on them. Go to your local coin shop (or online) and order them and don’t worry about what year it is.

        DO expect to pay a lot more than the “spot” price of gold which is near $1800. Spot prices are an artifact of the futures market. There’s normally a premium for actual physical gold, but today, I am told, it’s a very substantial premium because physical gold demand is very high. One would think the spot price would rise to reflect this, but sometimes it doesn’t.

        I’m going to repeat the latter part of this as a reply to the first post by gil00.

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    2. Something here smells like bullshit, to be honest.

      The gold eagles come in three grades: bullion, uncirculated, and proof. The latter two are made specifically for collectors and must be bought directly from the mint (usmint.gov) or in the “aftermarket’ at coin shops (and generally the price drops from what the mint charges, though some dates are rarer than others and will command a premium). They will come in fancy packaging.

      The bullion grade can ONLY be had from coin dealers (the mint does not sell them directly), and does not come in a fancy box. They come in plastic tubes of 20 each; the dealer opens the tubes, puts the coins in plastic flips (usually, depends on the dealer’s personal style), and sells them over the counter.

      So I don’t know what this guy is showing in his tweets with a fancy box that says bullion gold. Much less changing out the design.

      OK…so as for buying: The bullion coins are interchangeable, pretty much, gold is gold, and it doesn’t much matter what date is on them. Go to your local coin shop (or online) and order them and don’t worry about what year it is.

      DO expect to pay a lot more than the “spot” price of gold which is near $1800. Spot prices are an artifact of the futures market. There’s normally a premium for actual physical gold, but today, I am told, it’s a very substantial premium because physical gold demand is very high. One would think the spot price would rise to reflect this, but sometimes it doesn’t.

      (This is a repeat of what I posted to michaelh, to ensure you see it.)

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  9. Sweet Niece (🐛) came home today!!! She got a friend with a very low to the ground vehicle to transport her cuz mine is a climb. I got to play nurse! 👩‍⚕️😍 Nerve blocks for pain holding up, but she can’t stand straight yet. I’m staying on her to walk frequently to fix that, keep the heart pumping and blood flow up for quicker healing. She will need another tune up surgery in 3mos to adjust all things that don’t settle properly. 🙄 Hubby’s home for 3 days, then I’m back on duty next week. We got to gently elbow bump, Closest thing to a hug in months!! 💪💖💞🥰 🦋🤸‍♀️🦋😍 Praise God!!🙏

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    1. YAY!!!!!!

      So happy to hear!!!!

      I hope she knows how much LOVE and HEALING your friends are sending her way, along with everything the LORD may provide!

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    1. This Thread Reader from Brian Cates is pretty good.


      So the memo Sidney Powell has been asking for for a YEAR AND A HALF finally was unsealed today after US Attorney Jeffrey Jensen found it in the FBI HQ and handed it over.

      And now Trump commutes Roger Stone’s sentence.

      This summer is gonna be LIT.

      Just wait until the Flynn case is dismissed.

      THAT’S when the REAL fun starts…

      All those anonymous sources **HOPING** Durham is punting to **AFTER THE ELECTION** are desperately wishcasting.


      Me: Yes, please! The sooner the better.

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          1. Wow. Flynn was accused of having an affair with that gal? Either she had a better day, many years ago, or the lights were out. Ooops. Sorry. Not, sorry. Wasn’t nice of me. But at least they could accuse Flynn of having an affair with a “looker” of sorts.

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  10. From Gateway Pundit:

    Breaking: YouTube Takes Down Tucker Carlson’s Video Connecting Terrorist Susan Rosenberg to BLM

    …………From the article:

    We reported on the connection between a terrorist pardoned by Bill Clinton his last day in office and Black Lives Matter. Tucker Carlson then reported on this but for some reason the video of Tucker’s comments has been taken down by YouTube.

    ………….More at link.

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      1. I would guess that twit world might try to disappear this stuff soon…maybe by re-tweeting in my small potatoes’ universe some aspects will survive?

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        1. This clip was eye-opening! I do remember seeing outrageous prices for books in previous years and wondered what the heck. Sometimes I wonder how I made it this far being so naive! 😇
          Will be interesting to see if Q has anything to say about this.

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  11. We’ve been hearing stories about this NYC priest for years. He was finally going to start talking, but apparently someone didn’t want to hear what he had to say. Yikes!

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    1. We don’t have any Kroger stores here.
      And now I am glad we don’t!

      I like to use cash…it’s more private.

      Hmm, I wonder if the credit card companies are giving retailers ‘incentives’ to go cashless.

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        1. The sign doesn’t say they will refuse to accept cash, only that they won’t give out change (coins), and will either give the difference to some charity or put it on your loyalty card.

          So I can hand them a $20 for a purchase of $11.49 and get back $8 in change. They won’t give back the $.51 as coins.

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    2. My dad was talking about that yesterday, that were headed for electronic currency. And then I told him about Bitcoin stock dropping like it did when Ghislaine Maxwell’s arrest was announced.

      It’s being pushed, that’s for sure, but I don’t think it’s going to happen.

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      1. It strikes me as…discriminatory.

        What about the people who don’t have a plastic card to use?
        It discriminates against them.

        The message is, “If you don’t have plastic, you’re not welcome here.”

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        1. They are using the virus as an excuse to make changes legally? Normally Kroger or whoever is behind this could not get away with this. Many older people have no credit card.
          Some of us like to pay cash as much as possible.
          My husband was at Kroger yesterday did not say a thing to me about Kroger not accepting coins.

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    3. So the change can be applied to a “loyalty card”.

      And for those without Loyalty cards.

      Smith’s, locally an affiliate of Kroger’s will hear from folks out this way.

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    1. I have been thinking for a while that the church is destroyed from within. Francis is the tool to do it.
      They are building a wold church to put all religions under one umbrella. Good luck.
      The power of Christ is underestimated and the war is on.

      Also noticed on different boards spent much time concerning mask and I wondered why a mask is so distracting taking away from topics that are very important? The way I see mask one wears one or not .
      This is like being stuck going around and around.
      The powers know how to divert us take us off topic into the weeds over and over.

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    1. Been reading through the hashtag #WayfairGate…it seems to be pretty active.

      Found this:

      Uh…a “Peach Skin Cushion Cover” for $35,200.00 ?

      Item location: ZHEJIANG, China.

      Check out what it says for ‘delivery time’.

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      1. Thanks to that John S. Kim, and his face-palmy secret door, I can now say that, by TWO THEORIES, the Clintons are in trouble here.

        (1) This is all REAL, and people are “trafficking juveniles in code” using WayFair. The guy Kim in charge of pricing came out of the Clintons. Kim knows what is going on. He is there to LET THE ABUSE SLIDE.

        (2) The Clintons created a TRAFFICKING HOAX using John S Kim and potentially others, designed to discredit the Q movement. Kim knows what is going on. He is there to LET THE HOAX SLIDE.

        I don’t have to decide which one it is, either.

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  14. A coronavirus-or-not medical mystery:

    Dr Joseph Fair appeared on NBC several weeks ago describing his horrible time with coronavirus but now admits he never had it:


    Your thoughts? (I don’t have any opinion on this.)

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    1. So, I’m watching this video and thinking somebody on the other side read Claire Asquith’s “Shadowplay” about Shakespeare and all the symbolism he put in his plays. You have to have the keys to unlock it – which the anons do have – and the evidence is overwhelming.

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          1. Thanks for the two links, wheatie.

            I still have stimulus funds to spend, and am prioritizing with ‘made in America’. Making it count. Also paid property taxes with it this last week.

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            1. You’re very welcome, Itswoot.
              There are several Lists out there now, of Made in America goods.
              Those are just two of them.

              You can do a search on DuckDuckGo and see others to peruse as well.

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  15. I’m getting the idea that when Q goes quiet, it’s the cue to the helper accounts to get us all to review what came out toward the beginning. This thread, IMO, is basically a crib sheet for study. Please consider what this account has to say.


    See new Tweets
    Let’s do a Test

    If you are ***allowed to***


    He’s the Future Leader of Persia


    Are you being unfollowed?

    BE LOUD about it!

    6:55 PM · Jul 10, 2020


    The whole thing is graphics heavy with a couple videos and ends with this.

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    1. Have to disagree with who is running NK. Americans wouldn’t riot, reject, revolt if they knew that. A lot of Americans already think that. There was an awful lot of discussion and evidence that the CIA is running NK.

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  16. Cashless society … said to be by Dave Ramsey but I could not find an original link. Probably is but IDK 100%/not confirmed. Either way, food for thought.
    Dave Ramsey repost

    A cashless society means no cash. Zero. It doesn’t mean mostly cashless and you can still use a ‘wee bit of cash here & there’. Cashless means fully digital, fully traceable, fully controlled. I think those who support a cashless society aren’t fully aware of what they are asking for. A cashless society means:

    * If you are struggling with your mortgage on a particular month, you can’t do an odd job to get you through.

    * Your child can’t go & help the local farmer to earn a bit of summer cash.

    * No more cash slipped into the hands of a child as a good luck charm or from their grandparent when going on holidays.

    * No more money in birthday cards.

    * No more piggy banks for your child to collect pocket money & to learn about the value of earning.

    * No more cash for a rainy day fund or for that something special you have been putting $20 a week away for.

    * No more little jobs on the side because your wages barely cover the bills or put food on the table.

    * No more charity collections.

    * No more selling bits & pieces from your home that you no longer want/need for a bit of cash in return.

    * No more cash gifts from relatives or loved ones.

    What a cashless society does guarantee:

    * Banks have full control of every single penny you own.

    * Every transaction you make is recorded.

    * All your movements & actions are traceable.

    * Access to your money can be blocked at the click of a button when/if banks need ‘clarification’ from you which will take about 3 weeks, a thousand questions answered & five thousand passwords.

    * You will have no choice but to declare & be taxed on every dollar in your possession.

    * The government WILL decide what you can & cannot purchase.

    * If your transactions are deemed in any way questionable, by those who create the questions, your money will be frozen, ‘for your own good’.

    Forget about cash being dirty. Stop being so easily led. Cash has been around for a very, very, very long time & it gives you control over how you trade with the world. It gives you independence. I heard a story where a man supposedly contracted Covid because of a $20 bill he had handled. There is the same chance of Covid being on a card as being on cash. If you cannot see how utterly ridiculous this assumption is then there is little hope.

    If you are a customer, pay with cash. If you are a shop owner, remove those ridiculous signs that ask people to pay by card. Cash is a legal tender, it is our right to pay with cash. Banks are making it increasingly difficult to lodge cash & that has nothing to do with a virus, nor has this ‘dirty money’ trend.

    Please open your eyes. Please stop believing everything you are being told. Almost every single topic in today’s world is tainted with corruption & hidden agendas. Please stop telling me & others like me that we are what’s wrong with the world when you hail the most corrupt members of society as your heroes. Politics & greed is what is wrong with the world; not those who are trying to alert you to the reality in which you are blindly floating along whilst being immobilised by irrational fear. Fear created to keep you doing & believing in exactly what you are complacently doing.

    Pay with cash & please say no to a cashless society while you still have the choice.

    Copied and pasted. Share if you like

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        1. I was just copy/pasting from facebook.
          Actually asked the person who shared it with me for a link and looked on Dave’s facebook & couldn’t find it. Agree

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  17. Quick prayer for phyiscal stamina, confidence and wisdom if anyone has extra time. Heading to a conservative conference to learn and esp. to network to bring back knowledge and guest speakers to my county’s GOP.

    I also need inspiration & wisdom to grow our GOP. When we cede this territory the GOPe/Uniparty win. In our rural county the “moderates” come to the meetings faithful, are therefore involved in leadership and vote during leadership and during regular meetings for the moderate course. This does not reflect the voters in the county … but too many voters stay home instead of come to the meetings … staying home and complaining about the GOP v. being involved and Being the GOP isn’t being effective and helping MAGA. Doing what I know to do to grow the GOP, in part, so our county GOP will become more conservative and reflect the voters. Too many stay away because they don’t like the GOP v. letting that dislike motivate to become involved and impact what htey don’t like.

    LONG day for me – normal day but for me Long day of driving, sitting in uncomfortable chairs, etc., + Way out of my confort zone to speak to strangers and network, etc. So nervcious and uncomfortable!

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    1. Thank you for doing this, MAGA Mom!

      I’m not very good at composing prayers.
      But I pray that the good Lord will grant you the strength and stamina that you’ll need, to do the work you are so generously taking on.

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    2. You can do all things through Christ, You are strong in the Lord and the power of His might, You do not have the spirit of fear, but POWER, LOVE, and A STRONG MIND. Thank you Lord for giving Maga Mom courage, strength, stamina, and wisdom to be all that you have called her to be, that she is blessed, highly favored, and everything she sets her hand to is prosperous, in Jesus’ Name, Amen.

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    1. Uh. Not buying it. Yea, didn’t click on it either. Jones, YSM and D-Rats can say what they wish for…

      Imagine, if the military or anyone “removed President Trump”. Oh my. Guessing there’d be trouble in the streets.

      Rhetorically. How many hundreds of guns are in American citizens control? Unregistered? Ghost guns? (Whatever the latter are 🙂

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    What I like about Tuba Skinny is they all, and this is especially true of their singer Erika Lewis, give the impression of having only recently teleported in from about 1910 or so . . .

    Tuba Skinny – “Goin Back Home” Spotted Cat 4/10/12 – MORE at
    DIGITALALEXA channel

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    “With Or Without You” (U2) performed by
    2CELLOS (Stjepan Hauser & Luke Sulic)
    Live at Arena di Verona, May 2016

    2CELLOS – With Or Without You [Live at Arena di Verona]

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  20. https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1281937873634295808.html

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    Brian Cates //Flynn & Breitbart’s Army!

    Profile picture
    36 minutes ago, 4 tweets, 1 min read

    Everybody knows what’s coming next, right? After the FBI memo was unsealed yesterday? The one that showed

    1) Flynn wasn’t a Russian agent or colluding with the Russians


    2) FBI concluded he didn’t lie during the Strzok/Pientka interview.
    What **document** did the FBI Crossfire Hurricane team & the Mueller Special Counsel’s Office **cite** in the charging statement to “prove” Flynn had deliberately told falsehoods to the interviewing federal agents?

    Anybody remember?


    Brandon Van Grack: “We’ve lost it. We just have no idea where it is. Besides, Ms. Powell, you don’t need to see it anyway! Your client pleaded guilty!”

    Judge Sullivan: “Lost, you say? Ah well, that happens. Move on, Ms. Powell. You’re wasting the Court’s time.”
    Good luck hiding it from this guy.

    Sullivan just gave him two more weeks to “find” it.

    And he will.


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  21. The McCloskey situation. Now, they’ve been on Hannity. posting full tweets for the videos.

    Long and short, city police have been ordered to stand down and not defend these people, the neighborhood association is NOT backing them, and I have that from the grapevine on the ground as well.

    If this was a psy-op set up, and these people are BLM supporters, they’re playing a good portion of America.

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