Turn on, tune in, drop out..

it’s groovy baby

No animals were harmed in the making of this video…….I think?

ok…ok, know it’s old…but this gal is SOOO stinkin cute and the results of their collaboration is sooooo good. It’s worth a re-listen.

171 Comments

  1. BEST……….post…….EVAHR!!!11eleventy!!!

  2. Where did you get your giant cock?

  3. We leave tomorrow to visit DD#1 and SIL in Truckee, California.

    The only other time I have been that far west was the 1st TITS meet up.

    Thank goodness we aren’t visiting them in San Francisco.

  4. This is the worst post ever made.

    I love everything about it.

  5. PJM, I don’t think it’s written in stone or anything but it’s customary around this shit hole dump to use multiple categories. “Eat a bag of dicks” and “You’re mom likes this” would’ve been perfect for this masterpiece of a poat. Please consider upping your game. I am speaking out of love and shit.

  6. tractor supply store sells giant cocks by me

    wakey wakey

  7. What is that giant turd she’s trying to take a “song” from?

  8. Pendejo, the new editor is garbage, I barely managed to get one tag on my Monday poat.

  9. That woman is exceptionally charming. I don’t know shit from tuna fish about what she’s doing or how she’s doing it, but she is charming.

    OK, Leon. I’ll let her off the hook this time.

  10. Why are we allowing posts like this? I mean as a society.

  11. It’s the price of Freedom, Laura. A blessing of democracy.

  12. Laura, she’s been doing this shit for weeks and finally now you bring it up?

  13. If we want better Thursday posts, we have to make better Thursday posts.

    #itsonus

  14. I thought Mail It In Thursday was a thing.

    Y U H8?

  15. I’ll push this masterpiece down later this afternoon. This site needs more content. MOAR CONTENT PLEAX.

  16. Oh look, information on Covid and bars in Nashville was hidden from the public. Oh the humanity!

    But wait! Was it hidden because THE CASE COUNTS WERE TOO LOW, AND THAT CAN’T BE KNOWN?

    https://twitchy.com/samj-3930/2020/09/17/busted-nashville-mayors-office-deliberately-kept-vital-covid-info-about-bars-and-restaurants-from-the-public/

    Democrat mayor. I know, you’re shocked.

  17. If Trump gets elected despite all of the shit that’s been thrown his way, it’ll be evidence of the divine.

    I may go back to church.

  18. So! My office (my particular four walls door and desk in the place I work) has a history of roof leaks. It got fixed several years back, but it started dripping again yesterday while Sally was making a yuuuuge mess in the region. Not gonna lie, I was worried about what I’d find this morning, but I was pleased to find that nothing fell and my hardware is dry and undamaged! A big plus for a NfP on a shoestring budget.

    Now if I just had work to do with that computer I’d be firing on all cylinders. Well, ya take the blessings you get, I suppose.

  19. I can’t tell you how much joy I feel seeing how much love is being shared about my post….it’s like watching my darling child sing lead at the school play
    *ignores what said child sounds like*

  20. Where did you get your giant cock?

    Colex, I got it at wayfair…..tractor supply by me doesn’t have them (probably because California sucks) so I got on the email waiting list at wayfair and the moment they came in stock, I bought one
    https://www.wayfair.com/outdoor/pdx/august-grove-stubbs-metal-rooster-decorative-garden-statue-byes1065.html

  21. Well, ya take the blessings you get, I suppose.

    wooohoooooooo! lookit you Pollyanna!
    ummm, what’s an NfP?

  22. One day when I was at F*rd, on the 4th floor of a building where our group was housed, on a day without a cloud in the sky, a water pipe had burst and was gushing into a cubicle. Some of us moved quickly when the drips started and got the electronics out, but that was all we could do.

    They sent us home. Big building and we had the whole floor, so I couldn’t even hear it from my desk, but they were going to have to shut off power and heat and water and so on, so no reason to stay.

  23. Not for Profit, legally distinct from a non-profit in that they are allowed to keep and re-invest profits in particular ways, but still enjoy certain tax advantages.

  24. ooh right, I know what a not for profit is, but that nfp abbreviation went right over my head.

  25. One day when I was at F*rd, on the 4th floor of a building where our group was housed

    housed
    dang, very good descriptor if you intended to make it sound like you worked at a sweatshop

  26. There were 112 of us all working on land-based guided missiles by the time I left, and a similar number working “assistance” technologies seated in the adjacent space. “Housed” is the best term for it.

    Want to know what “Hinglish” is?

  27. I lost two FB friends yesterday from this very post……..interestingly enough it was a lesbian nurse (used to do Krav Maga with her) and a gay male teacher (used to work with him) I’m thrilled to death with the unfriending…….weeds them out, but I’m also fascinated by the idea that people are incapable of rational discussion.

    “Why I don’t support a mask mandate.
    People that have cushy office jobs or have been home since this pandemic began, have ZERO idea what it’s like to bust your hump in 98 degree weather doing physical labor….but report you to admin because you take your mask off for a second to catch a breath and make aaaall sorts of assumptions about whether you do or do not wear a mask. They assume you don’t wear one, or they assume you’re a “dicknose” all the time because it’s under your nose…but don’t think that maybe, just maybe you pull it up when people get near. Having a mask mandate is a dangerous idea. It’s like a witch hunt. Here, I hope it’s obvious to you I’m wearing mask now.”

    pictured below is how I wore my mask the rest of the day

    https://scontent.fsan1-1.fna.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/119412169_10221655260804529_8218932008023923945_o.jpg?_nc_cat=103&_nc_sid=110474&_nc_ohc=lZMOM3h5LecAX8K918I&_nc_ht=scontent.fsan1-1.fna&oh=41228f15cb2ad4f035065ee7a788607d&oe=5F8AA385

  28. There were 112 of us all working on land-based guided missiles by the time I left

    oooooooooooooh that’s way more interesting than sewing garments

  29. If Trump gets elected despite all of the shit that’s been thrown his way, it’ll be evidence of the divine

    ————-

    I’ve half joked for a while now that Trump has God’s favor based on the enemies He’s given the former.

  30. oooooooooooooh that’s way more interesting than sewing garments

    20 year career in Defense contracting, and I had to go commercial to start working on something that could kill people.

  31. Also I am in error, we are in fact a non-profit, not a not-for-profit, which I somehow was unaware were legally distinct classifications before now.

  32. I did a brief pseudo-internship with one in grad school, Tim, and asked for clarification when it looked like they might want to hire me.

  33. Welp, I learned something today. I had no idea there was a difference between the two

  34. I didn’t either. The company I was working with just used theirs in profit-sharing plus land acquisition and facility buildout so they could lease office spaces.

  35. “land-based guided missiles,” lol! That took me a second, good one.

  36. Just checked their website, looks like they’ve abandoned NfP status and gone pure NP since I last talked to them.

    Their front page also declares that racism is a public health crisis, so fuck those guys and I hope they get audited or BLM’d.

  37. Ok….apparently EVERYTHING is going over my head today
    I’m going to 7/11 now to grab coffee…then to work
    where things happen, very, very boring things

  38. then to work
    where things happen, very, very boring things

    My porn downloader is broken. Can you fix it?

  39. “land-based guided missiles,” lol! That took me a second, good one.

    BALEEETED FOR SEEFETY

  40. Could you write chilling shit like this on some other website, please, thanks? Now we’re all gonna get interviewed by some agency or other.

  41. But point taken about autonomous cars. I’d never want one anyway, even if the technology was advanced enough to make them super safe.

  42. I got banned from those other sites. Something about giving the bad guys ideas.

    Dude, I’m a dumbass who’s thinking idle thoughts while mowing the lawn. If you think bad guys haven’t already wargamed this, you’re a naive foo’ whom Mr T would assuredly pity.

  43. Super safe, my ass. Fuckers will want ’em centrally controlled, which means one-stop hacking to cause chaos over a large urban area.

    Dumb, dumb, DUMB idea. Which guarantees someone will try it.

  44. Dude, I’m a dumbass who’s thinking idle thoughts while mowing the lawn. If you think bad guys haven’t already wargamed this, you’re a naive foo’ whom Mr T would assuredly pity.

    Surprisingly, a lot of bad guys don’t think this through. Remember that half the population has a IQ below average, a lot of them don’t have the intelligence to see weaknesses and exploit them. Or they’re looking for splashy attacks against symbolic targets. Or they have limited resources.

  45. I totally thought the same thing. Now in addition to filling out all of the paperwork to register as a foreign agent we’re going to have to sit for interviews with the FBI/CIA etc.

    Thanks assface.

  46. Whoa, Robbie Starbuck (great follow on the twitters) read Harris Faulkner and Melissa Francis the riot act, with evidence, on shutting down Newt Gingrich.

    Well done.

  47. Hostage poll:

    How to handle my last conversation with my boss?

    1) BURN IT ALL
    2) Nice and polite

  48. Forthright. Less “Fuck you fucking fuckers” and more, “here are some problems within the organization that you need to address.”

  49. if(account > DEFINE_FU_MONEY):
    os.exec(“./burnitall.mofo”)
    else:
    print(“It’s been excellent working with you.”)

  50. Nice and polite, but lots of intense eye contact and no pants.

  51. Y’all can unbunch yo undergarments, I redacted.

  52. MJ has worked from home this whole time. I doubt he can even find his pants.

  53. MJ has worked from home this whole time. I doubt he can even find his pants.

    Of course he can.

    GND wears them.

  54. always nice and polite

    The time for backstabbing will present itself

  55. MJ should wear a utilikilt and manspread.

  56. Eh, he got fired too although my guess is that he got a pretty good parachute.

    I’m sure I’ll be polite. I’m not really a burn it all kind of person.

  57. You never know when that bridge you didn’t burn will provide a new path.

  58. MJ should wear a utilikilt and manspread.

    This is a good approach but the danger here is that the exposure of the twig n’ plums might seem accidental. Of course, MJ could add intention back by saying, “Look at it,” during the exit interview but that might come across as hostile.

  59. My porn downloader is broken. Can you fix it?

    Interestingly enough….When I worked for F*rd in their I.T. dept…it was ALWAYS the freaking mechanics who got some sorta something on their computer that always involved T&A…I’m like, I know full well the parts dept didn’t have that kinda stuff on their site…….
    can’t you wait til you get home or look this kinda stuff up on your phone?

  60. working on land-based guided missiles
    —–
    Totally went by me too because my older brother’s first job after college was for F in the Aerospace division. He was bound by secrecy laws from telling me but he did say “SDI stuff” aka Reagan’s Star Wars program.

  61. I’m all kinds of excited to be teaching my first ever IGTV dance fitness class! I’ll be going over the technical aspects shimmies, bumps, and grinds.

    Just tried it. I broke. I want my money back

  62. TIL “IGTV” means Instagram television

  63. I can’t really talk about whether I’ve worked on stuff I can’t talk about.

    But F work was a commercial entity and the project was highly public. It was a pleasant change working with people who were seeking to solve a problem rather than simply rent themselves over time to some agency with a basket of money.

  64. I may go back to church.

    Don’t flim flammy, mammy.

  65. I’m not going back until the masking ends. Hard time looking at a bunch of separated, cowering ninnies and feeling like there’s a lot of trust in God going on.

    And drive-through Confession is an abomination.

  66. The media can’t decide which outrage to push today:

    “whistleblower says Trump wanted heat rays to use on protestors in DC”

    or

    “Trump defies science of face masks and makes outrageous vaccine timing claims”

    Meanwhile Dementia Joe got lost in a Shop N’ Save parking lot

  67. I lost two FB friends yesterday from this very post……..interestingly enough it was a lesbian nurse (used to do Krav Maga with her) and a gay male teacher

    I may be rayciss in saying so, but I found most of the gheys I knew/know are flippin’ drama queens and can’t rationalize because of the loose screw in their heads. Not all, mind you, but a LOT.

  68. Somehow HotBride got sweet-talked into having a cookout on Saturday because the friends who wanted host it live downtown and don’t have a yard. So they asked Lesley to do it at our house.

    The message chain is totally fucking groan inducing. One person will be designated to serve wearing mask and gloves. No buffet serving. Nobody goes in the house except to pee/poop.

    These fucking people are certifiable. I am coming to hate them.

    I was able to make up shit to avoid the last two, but this one is in my backyard so I’m fuxxored.

  69. There’s some level irony in a gay man being worried even a little about infectious disease.

  70. I was able to make up shit to avoid the last two, but this one is in my backyard so I’m fuxxored.

    Cough loudly and often while being a close-talker.

  71. Speaking of drama, lots of chaos in St. Louis County. People are pissed that the democrat county executive is overstepping his emergency powers – and the majority democrat council members refuse to rein him in. He put the kibosh on kid’s sports, etc. and parents are taking to the streets protesting his bullshit since the rest of the state is allowing their kids to play organized sports and other parts of the state is allowing kids to go back to school where older kids get to play sports which may get them scholarships.
    I think they voted for the sports but firmly refused the other two motions to strip his ass of his assumed princely powers.

  72. But F work was a commercial entity and the project was highly public. It was a pleasant change working with people who were seeking to solve a problem rather than simply rent themselves over time to some agency with a basket of money.

    I hear you. Unfortunately my career choices left me with mostly options of renting myself to agencies. This upcoming job will be the same, but hopefully I can take advantage of opportunities in the area to have a social life and hobbies again.

  73. I may be rayciss in saying so, but I found most of the gheys I knew/know are flippin’ drama queens and can’t rationalize because of the loose screw in their heads. Not all, mind you, but a LOT.

    I firmly believe that a lot of the more flamboyant/militant/activist gays aren’t really “born this way” but are using homosexuality as a cover for untreated mental illness, narcissism, and sociopathy. As long as they are gay, then they can blame the failures of their life on “bigotry” and not have to take responsibility for their actions.

  74. Also, one of the radio guys is a doctor in meatspace. He was on a call with state representatives, the hospital associations, and our senator Josh Hawley.
    The number one reason why hospitals, nursing homes, etc. have been so cold in allowing people to have a family spokesman keep an eye on their loved ones while the loved ones were in said facilities (families are super pissed that their moms/dads in care centers are withering away with no contact with loved ones)

    the number one reason…..*drumroll*

    LIABILITY

    Until they are protected from sue-happy nuts, nothing is going to change. And guess what? They have been trying to put that protection in the relief bill in D.C. and the democrats absolutely are refusing to do it because one of their $$constituent$$$ are the trial lawyers.

  75. The media can’t decide which outrage to push today:
    “whistleblower says Trump wanted heat rays to use on protestors in DC”
    or
    “Trump defies science of face masks and makes outrageous vaccine timing claims”
    Meanwhile Dementia Joe got lost in a Shop N’ Save parking lot
    ——————-
    I’m pretty sure they’ll go with ‘Trump Sexual Assault in 1997’

  76. If they’re throwing that out now, rather than in October, their internal polling must by horrific.

  77. I agree, CoAlex.

  78. Scorched earth sounds fun but really does not accomplish anything.

    https://tinyurl.com/y95fr7go

  79. Agree with the mental illness remarks.

  80. the number one reason…..*drumroll*

    LIABILITY
    ——
    Trial lawyers are not like you and me, they can find something to sue for in just about every situation and if they can’t they will invent one

  81. MJ’s last day of work:

  82. ooooooooooooooooooh this is gonna get interesting.
    Teachers (one of whom is probably the one who reported his “concern” about me not being properly socially distanced while working and has a trans daughter is the school librarian and sent out a school wide email yesterday with this message
    “Anthony Devine and I are bringing The Global Read Aloud to ECV this year during quarter 2. This year’s selection is Stamped: Racism, Antiracism, and You by Jason Reynolds and Ibram X. Kendi. Anthony and I will be reading this book aloud and posting the links on the ECV GRA website (work in progress) in order to create discussions about each section. Instead of giving our students only 2 voices, we would like to invite all staff to read aloud a chapter or a section so that students can hear from various voices on campus. I know that students miss this connection and would love to hear from their teachers. We have copies of the book that we can bring to the staff member to use. All you would have to do is record yourself reading aloud (camera optional), send us the link, and we will do the rest”

    aaaaaaaand a teacher who happens to be pro 2A did a reply-all with this concern:
    “This topic is important, very important, but also very sensitive.

    Has this book been examined and approved for accuracy/fairness? There are certain
    books in circulation today which may well be doing more harm than good, all in the
    name of creating more awareness. Any discussion and dialogue we do along these lines
    must be done with a high degree of care and sensitivity to all groups.”

    I’m really hoping there’s another reply-all
    firstly, why do they send this to ALL staff instead of just to the teachers? but this time, I’m grateful they did

  83. You fellow Catholics – leon, CoAlex – ever listen to these priests/guys? The one put out the video of ‘you can’t be Catholic and vote democrat’ and is getting heat for it. They discuss it here and also mention a few interesting things…like Sr. Akita’s visions…one on the anniversary of the Fatima visions and the most recent one was on the same day they put the pachamama ‘in the temple’, may be the same day of the ‘accident’ escaping the lab in Wuhan. (that part begins discussion at 55 to 56:30ish)

    P.S. – the first presidential debate takes place on the Feast of St. Michael. They will be saying a novena.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fx4SrQlY-JA

  84. The whole discussion was interesting, IMO.

  85. Car in, that was such a fun song (at the concert).

  86. leoncaruthers on September 17, 2020 at 9:29 am
    oooooooooooooh that’s way more interesting than sewing garments

    20 year career in Defense contracting, and I had to go commercial to start working on something that could kill people

    You work for Boeing?

  87. Oooo, keep us updated, PJ! What does any part of that crap have to do with reading/writing/arithmetic? And why can’t the school librarian STFU and stay in his/her library and just scan out books that kids choose to read for themselves?

  88. Another of my favs —
    “Think of one word to change the world and now put it into action….FUCK!”
    Very appropo to what is going on in blue cities..

  89. I’ve heard of them but don’t follow them, beasn. I’ll watch that after I finish this week’s SFIA on nuclear fission.

    I’m starting to really burn out on Catholic yootoob in general. The anti-porn guys appear to have all taken up name-calling and “tough love” as their primary strategy for when they’re talking to men (but only men, women still get the soft welcome and reassurance), and the TradCats are all-in on “holy self-hatred” and the “vision” of St. Louis Marie de Montfort (the fewness of the saved). I can barely stand Ascension Presents anymore, and they’re generally on the uplifting and hopeful side of things.

  90. You work for Boeing?

    HA! No, I at least knew that the product was a threat, even if the company didn’t.

  91. Oh, and just so you know, in our business we are to no longer refer to the big bedroom in a house as the Master Bedroom.

    It’s racist.

    IKYN.

  92. I told the architect on the job site this morning, “I’m 71. It’s the fucking Master Bedroom.”

  93. They’re really good in concert – especially since the lead singer is sober and he doesn’t have his episodes on stage. I saw them when they played with a group of bands (I went to see the other bands) – and they were really good.

  94. Sr. Akita’s visions…one on the anniversary of the Fatima visions and the most recent one was on the same day they put the pachamama ‘in the temple’, may be the same day of the ‘accident’ escaping the lab in Wuhan.

    Sr Akita’s vision….we didn’t listen to Fatima and with the pachamama incident (courtesy of the heretics in the Church) = poop is hitting the fan. Get your ducks in a row.

  95. So, are we taking bets that Hotspur loses his shit at this party?

    /throws down a $20

  96. I told the architect on the job site this morning, “I’m 71. It’s the fucking Master Bedroom.”

    sooo is it supposed to be called “the big room”?

  97. leon, I was looking around for some inspiration yesterday while writing thank yous to our helpers. I saw this and thought of your struggles..

    “Do not be surprised that you fall every day; do not give up, but stand your ground courageously. And assuredly, the angel who guards you will honour your patience.”

    John Climacus

  98. Ugh, only one response
    If you read this, you’ll see it’s “vetted to the max”
    that’s it
    https://theglobalreadaloud.com/category/2020/

  99. Been back to Mass once since confession. Even with the way the Archdiocese is handling the reopening something just feels off. Which may be my having been gone a while but…half empty by design doesn’t feel right. At. All.

  100. More like “Read Allowed”.

  101. Today was moving day.

    I feel bad for my MIL. I didn’t want this for her. Even with the med change which made her less angry/hostile, she still hears voices, says crazy things, and kept trying to come upstairs in the middle of the night. The latter was the deal breaker. You can tell there is a struggle going on in her mind re: reality.
    I pray with new surroundings and 24/7 help, she will be kept busy so that the voices won’t be as loud = some peace for her. May she do well.

  102. sooo is it supposed to be called “the big room”?

    Primary Bedroom

    I refuse.

  103. And in the covid world, husband had to take what furniture fits in her given room and other belongings, to drop off. They will place everything. They said after drop-off, give them a couple of hours before bringing MIL.
    Visitation will be through her window, starting next week.

  104. I know you’re praying for her peace beasn, but I’m hoping this will bring you peace as well
    right now it’s guilt, but in the long run, for your health and well being and family stability, this is the correct course of action

  105. sooo is it supposed to be called “the big room”?

    White Bedroom.

  106. Peej, my husband feels some guilt but never wavered on wanting her out. She scared hell out of both of us with her talk/tone, made worse because of her sudden turn and our sleep deprivation.

    I was the hold-out for a little while because I really wanted her to be where she really wants to be in her last days even though we weren’t close. My thoughts generally being that we should take care of our elderly members our own selves……..until we can’t. That said, I don’t feel much guilt, just bad for her because she was really happy in her apartment. She thanked me months before she broke for opening our home to her/Pops. And what is also sad, my BIL just loaded her up in the car… He’s taking her out for some lunch before dropping her off at the home. I can’t even wave goodbye without fear of setting her off. We weren’t close but that kind of bugs.

  107. St. Louis vs St. Louis County. How many towns are in the county? IIRC there’s a shitton of wealthy commuter cities and towns outside St. Louis city proper. Took me a little while to figure that out in my year there.

  108. Crap, BIL handed me an envelope 20 mins ago. I didn’t wash my hands and just scratched a nostril itch. Boo.

  109. The place where married couples look at their phones and then fall asleep?

  110. “Non sex-dungeon”

  111. The room upstairs where couples or stunning and brave single moms fart a lot.

  112. I’m going to miss beasn.

  113. That room where dreams go to die.

  114. beasn, you did your best. More than could have been asked, and a lot more than a lot of people even try to do anymore. She needs more than you can do–perhaps more than anyone can do. It’s best for everyone, even if she can’t tell anymore.

    I wonder, do they know? Is it like being locked away, hostage to this distorted version of yourself? (Which, yeah, I get that.)

    Stand tall and relax. You’ve nothing to be ashamed of.

  115. “The room where mom and dad and their friends the Johnsons play twister after all the kids fall asleep in the den.”

  116. I think Dems vowing not to take a vaccine is also proof that god loves us. I can just imagine millions of them gathered together on a future date, just guessing out loud, Nov 4-10, spreading the ChiFlu by screaming at the sky. Maybe we can get the death rate up! Pump up those numbers!

    Trump has basically gotten half of the country to opt out, prioritizing his supporters.

    LOL

  117. “St. Louis County has 88 municipalities and 10 unincorporated census-designated places”

    Which consists of super rich areas like Ladue, and super shitty areas like Kinloch.

    St. Louis City wants to absorb the county because that is where all the money fled.
    (In a way I want it to happen because they all voted demrat for decades but somehow still can’t connect the dots. Now they’re scratching their heads as to why things like draconian lockdowns under their democrat country executive are happening or why crime is spiking. On the other hand, if it happens, they’ll flee out here and vote for the same lousy people/taxes.)

  118. BroTim, I wonder that myself. She’s really struggling with what is going on in her head. The voices are winning. She is still in there – she’s lashed out at her sons but she’s sweet to them in the morning, lets them do things for her, and they’re why she comes up the stairs…she’s looking for them because the voices tell her something happened to them…whether it be me doing something to them or they got arrested.

  119. unincorporated census-designated places

    St. Louis seems like a place where unincorporated stuff would be a bygone concept. There’s a lot of unincorporated towns in Maine in the willywacks which makes sense because there’s no one there but a few people and their pet mooses (meese?)

  120. Holy crap, I’m tired. MIL got up the last couple of nights but then last night, the nightsweats were back. I did start eating/drinking soy to see if it helps but then I skimmed Nourishing Traditions where they basically say soy is poison, so I stopped for several days. I may have to start up again.

  121. Don’t you hate it when you break your favorite lunch container, even though its a cheap plastic piece of crap?

  122. If you’re going to eat soy, get it the way they do in the Orient: soaked, sprouted, and fermented. Traditional tofu is likely your best bet.

  123. JImbro, my parents live in what is considered ‘unincorporated South County’ but when I would send them something in the mail, they are in Fenton’s zipcode. It’s weird. Either way, those who fled the city, have now turned the county, blue.
    Also weird, the richest municipalities, which consist of the Jewish population, went totally red when obama ran.

  124. I’ll have to do some searching for traditional tofu. I’ve not seen it in my local grocery.

  125. “Non sex-dungeon”

    ahahahaha you freaking kill me

  126. If you’re going to eat soy, get it the way they do in the Orient: soaked, sprouted, and fermented. Traditional tofu is likely your best bet.

    ^^^^This

  127. It’s about damned time

  128. If the cities were Republican strongholds and the country was all commies, they’d be stalwart defenders of the EC.

  129. That’s why none of these things are real.

    If Republicans were threatening to end the filibuster it would be garment rending time.

  130. In other words, when you can’t win by following the rules, you don’t craft a better position. You just call the rules racist.

    Do I have that right?

  131. Pretty much.

    If you lose, demand that the rules be changed so that you win.

  132. If the Dems win I’m thinking we’ll see elimination of the filibuster, statehood for DC and Puerto Rico, popular vote for presidential elections and stacking the Supreme Court not to mention mandatory butt sex for public school attendance

  133. I left out elimination of private and parochial schools

  134. we won’t see popular vote. That takes an amendment, and that won’t fly.

  135. My porch project is moving faster now. The main carpenter took a week off and the boss emailed me at the end of the week to let me know. I didn’t reply. Last Friday he stopped by to look at it and I usually talk with him when he shows up but I had to run out to go somewhere and didn’t talk to him. I think he interpreted that as a “disgruntled customer” and they’re kicking ass and have been putting in full days all week rather than their usual 5-6 hour days

  136. Comment by Jay in Ames on September 17, 2020 3:14 pm
    we won’t see popular vote. That takes an amendment, and that won’t fly.

    We’ll see the NPV compact, as well as moves to undermine the EC backed by the newly expanded SCOTUS.

  137. Amendments are state votes right? Yeah, probably not. That’s a small measure of relief.

    I read an article in the WSJ describing the electoral college as a means to decrease the risk of election scams because they don’t know in advance which state(s) will be the close ones and its harder to know where to do the funny business

  138. The electoral college helps prevent one state, or a small group of states, from becoming too powerful. It means that you can’t win by running up the score in a few states, but actually have to put together a geographically diverse, and thus culturally and economically diverse, coalition.

    Every time someone complains about how Wyoming has an outsized say compared to California, my response is, “So break up California.” States that become large enough that their electoral power is significantly less than it should be are also state which are often unmanageable at the state level.

  139. Amendments are state votes right?

    2/3 ratification needed. The fuckers couldn’t even get the ERA to 2/3 within the required timeframe.

  140. Every time someone complains about how Wyoming has an outsized say compared to California, my response is, “So break up California.”

    Not to mention that those small states joined the union precisely because there was a well crafted means for them “have a say” in their own governance. Otherwise why join up with a bunch of money grabbing racists?

    So what do we say? “Oops, just kidding.”

  141. I fucked up. It’s 3/4 not 2/3. My bad.

  142. 3/4 seems impossible at this point

  143. 3/4 seems impossible at this point

    Well, you’ve uncovered more racism, Jimbro. How can we require just a simple majority? There has to be a way.

  144. Burn more shit until people understand the error of their ways

  145. Burn more shit until people understand the error of their ways

    At some point, the hunting gear comes out in mass. I’m not sure that the reason it hasn’t already is that our crowd is hoping to get to Election Day without bloodshed on our hands.

  146. I loved Jimbros Thorsday posts, but I am so happy the Peej is back.

  147. Mare, are you planning on watching “Fatima” the movie? We are, but waiting for it to be free.

  148. My cousin received $107,000 from Soros. Doesn’t know why Soros funded him. He’s also using Trump money to put people in jail that judges are releasing. Still won’t vote for him.

  149. MA is home. Vet doing some CYA. We were never called or texted. When we called, the receptionist didn’t find her. Dan called yesterday. Got the receptionist with the sick Doxie. She knew where MA was. We picked her up today. She is home.

  150. Last night I moved Star’s pictures and ashes a little closer to the edge of the shelf where they’re hanging out in the living room. Not sure why they were so far back, they’re all on the top shelf so it’s not like someone is going to bump them on the way by.

  151. I put off picking up Nessie because it was just too hard on everybody. To raw, too fresh. When I showed up at the vet and told them why I was there the receptionist started crying, she had her right under the counter by her chair for a week, she was keeping her company.

  152. Receptionist Dan talked to yesterday has a 13 year old sick Dachshund. She was crying with us on the day. When she brought MA to us, she was crying about MA and apologizing about the delay. Lots of tears. Curbside is hard for everyone. Thankful that we were with her.

  153. So much more hygenic than an office visit.

    Prayers to San Andreas for the real breakup of CA.

  154. Type II diabetics aren’t supposed to wax. Infection BS. I was still waxing my face. Then I starting pulling out my facial hair. Something something Dan is the DII police.

  155. TiFW, enjoy your trip to the West.

  156. https://tinyurl.com/Sound-on-MJr

  157. https://tinyurl.com/yyl68fzc

  158. Bish, please. MJr would never drop his weed.

  159. Truckee is beautiful country. Hopefully some fires go out and the smoke goes away.

  160. I’m really sorry you guys lost your dogs. So many sad stories.

    I still can’t believe Rip is gone.

    Tonight I asked MJr if he wanted a pupper some day and he said that we had one, a little black one. And we pick up his poop in a bag!

    I was surprised he remembered her. And because he wasn’t sure of her gender we’ve decided to transition him ASAP. He wanted a pink bike so this is the obvious next step.

  161. FemJ.

  162. https://tinyurl.com/yxg938em

  163. This is old, but still fun, From Brian Shulls “Sled Driver”:

    https://tinyurl.com/ybquazck

  164. Dying embers remain perilous.

  165. Donna entertained rambunctious patrons.


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