BBF 2020 Championship Round 2

Hello, and welcome to Big Boob Friday Championship 2020 Final Round 2.



Here we have three of nine finalists competing for fabulous prizes, honors, and bragging rights.

Header text with contestant names are links to their original BBF posts with additional pictures.




Age: 26 years young
Born: March 4th, 1994
Birthplace: Russian Federation
Ethnicity: Caucasian
Profession: Model
Hair color: Brown
Eye color: Brown
Height: 5’ 2”
Weight: 136 lbs (or 62 kg)
Body type: Average
Measurements: 34-26-36
Bra/cup size: 34 J
Boobs: Real/Natural
Tattoos: None
Piercings: None



Age: 25 years young
Born: Monday 6th of November 1995
Birthplace: Malibu, California, United States
Ethnicity: Caucasian
Profession: Fitness Model
Hair color: Brown
Eye color: Brown
Height: 5’6″ (or 167 cm)
Weight: 130 lbs (or 59 kg)
Body type: Slim
Measurements: 34-23-36
Bra/cup size: 34C (75C)
Boobs: Fake/Enhanced
Tattoos: None
Piercings: None



Age: 23 years young
Born: Friday 13th of December 1996
Birthplace: Sydney, Australia
Profession: Model
Hair color: Brown
Eye color: Brown
Height: 5’9″ (or 175 cm)
Body type: Slim
Measurements: 34-28.5-39
Bra/cup size: 34E
Boobs: Real/Natural



  1. Imgur video link

  2. wakey wakey

  3. Comment by leoncaruthers on December 10, 2020 11:29 am
    Wife and I have decided that we’re going to try and get pregnant again

    Possum II Electric Boogaloo

    Good luck Leon.

  4. I had to vote for Sierra

  5. Ba haaa ahaaaa haaaa … can’t …. breath …

    What a fucking joke. Seriously, Time Mag, you’ve sucked for decades now, but this … is just … ba haaaa haaaa …

    I’m embarassed for them.

    “Time magazine on Thursday named President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr. and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris as its persons of the year, citing the weight of the pandemic and racial injustice that will be shouldered by the history-making Democratic ticket.”

  6. I’m sorry you guys had to see this so early. But if I saw it, you gotta see it.

  7. The Pretender, indeed.

  8. Wow. This may be the toughest BBFC choice I’ve ever had to make. Stacy is the Platonic Ideal of a BBF girl, but Lauren is drop-dead gorgeous and naturally stacked to boot.


  9. New Deftones today. well, sorta. Re-release of White Pony with all sorts of remixes.

  10. No question, Lauren Searle. I’d say Sierra but she’s got the fakeys which is cheating. Stacy needs a feather duster picture for any serious consideration.

  11. Have they finished engraving Biden’s Peace Prize yet? Or are they waiting for him to keel over so that Madame Fellatio gets it?

  12. Time’s POY award stopped being relevant before the turn of the century. It is a fun event though, in a “Look at what those assholes did!” kind of way.

  13. Went with Lauren.

    Sorry Stacy.

  14. Lauren is pretty. I was judging the boobs.

  15. Stacy’s seemed … excessive.

  16. I can’t believe I’m going to type this but I don’t like any of them.

    I guess I’ll go with the first one because I’ve had experience with that model of ho, but the second and third are just unimaginable.

    8/10 would smash and then get lost in thought wondering how she deals with those gigantic things all day. My blessing is her curse. Oh well, look at the time. I need to go. See you soon Stacy Vandenboob.

  17. Headline

    U.S. Covid-19 Daily Deaths Surpass Pearl Harbor, Sept. 11 Tolls

    this WSJ article

    Conspicuously absent is comparison with a normal or heavy flu year

  18. Well, when you just add everything to the covid death toll, you’re going to get big numbers.

  19. I refuse to acknowledge that Biden is the president.

    According to his own VP he’s a racist. According to Tara Reade he’s a rapists. According to Obama he’s a fuck up. And according to the left’s rules he’s not legitimate.

  20. STACY!!!

  21. hahahahahaha 2020 Time Person on the Year.

    Eff off.

  22. Stacy doesn’t seem dumb enough to be a BBF platonic ideal. There’s at least a little light in those eyes.

    She is the perfect height, however, and thus gets my vote.
    Would motorboat 10/10.

  23. It’s flu season again and no one’s dying of it.

    Further, don’t something like 3-4k Americans die every day, well, every day?

  24. Michigan is now suing… Michigan.

    My guy is on there. I should write him a thank you note.

  25. Vandenberg AFB hosts a bunch of rocket launches. Ms. Vandenberg’s bazongas are large enough to launch rockets off of. You do the math.

  26. At least all three have nice smiles. Not having and showing a nice smile is an automatic disqualification in my mind. (Almost abbreviated as “DQ” but someone would have asked where Dairy Queen came into it, and this is sorta about who our dairy queen is, and someone’s mom would have been the dairy queen, and now I have it all spoliated so HA HA!)

  27. 7,700 die every day.

  28. Jasmine rice is all we buy.

    I have to go to store #2 or Wal Mart to get Jasmine. At my bargain basement grocery with awesome meat department it’s all Long Grain rice.

  29. We had an “Asian” grocery in Ypsilanti that had 50# bags of it imported from Thailand for like $20. I’d bring it home and store it in food-grade buckets with screwtop lids.

  30. #teamSierra

  31. I get the free pickle buckets from work, with the snap on lids. Nobody else can open them, so #security

  32. Next up on the rice tour, Arborio

  33. 7,700 die every day.

    Unless we’re at 10k+ per day now, then (and we exclude suicides from both numbers, because tyranny makes those worse) whatever bullshit they are claiming is a “pandemic!!!!!” is long over.

  34. I find the snap on lids leave me prone to spillage and bad seals. I only use them when I’m out of screwtops.

  35. instead of being jailed, “Democrats Pay Off Intrusive IT Man Imran Awan”

    He must have gotten some good dirt on them.

  36. I’ll have to try a screwtop, they certainly would be easier. Do they just fit on the regular buckets? or do you have to buy a bucket too?

  37. that’s the hillary server guy right?

  38. bad link, btw pepe, just goes to main page

  39. They fit on standard 5ga buckets.

  40. I see one with a ring that you snap on, and the lid screws into that. Is that the one?

  41. Those are $15-20 a piece, or you could just get one of these

  42. I have the ring and lid kind.

  43. Scroll down and the story on Pepe’s link is there to read. Last 2 lines:

    “What goes around comes around. Special privilege for Muslims is back, with rewards for enablers and protectors. As President Trump says, we’ll have to see what happens.”

    Pretty sure nothing will happen. It never does. There are, unfortunately, two justice systems in America.

  44. 3 lines I guess. I would have used a comma after “around”

  45. grammar blog

  46. heh, saw a danish website post a story about Risengrod (rice porridge) and realized we had that a lot in school. Danish lunch ladies served us good.

  47. from FB, this is what we are up against:

    I have held my tongue for long time. I have many conservative friends.
    Trump is the biggest threat to the US since the South seceded from the Union.
    Makes me mad and sad and worry about our future.

    They don’t see what they are doing, and what they support, is wrong, and against their best interest. They will blame us when their house of cards fails and spectacularly so. Schools have polluted us.

  48. The proper response to that post is a giant mirror and a hearty fuck you.

  49. I agree, but that doesn’t convince anyone. This is not a stupid person, BTW

  50. Bad news, Michiganders. You’re joining Canada, because you’re better than us

  51. We’re keeping Camp Pendleton and Ft. Lewis. They can be our overseas bases.

    Heh, our own little Gitmo in CA

  52. I agree, but that doesn’t convince anyone. This is not a stupid person, BTW
    Yep, you’re right. I like GNDs response, which is, ‘don’t you think you’re being a bit dramatic?’

  53. Not a stupid person? Ok, if you say so.

  54. My county will secede if that happens and join Jesusland by way of Indiana, I suspect.

  55. That person is either a fool or fundamentally dishonest in some regard. In neither case is engagement worth the effort if your goal is to convince them. It may, however, be useful in illustrating to others just how worthless that person’s POV is.

  56. I can see at least four new nations breaking away from America proper if this goes on. That’s when things get ugly.


    Link Fixt, hopefully.

    These are the guys hired by Debbie Wasserman-Test to run IT for the Dems. They were from Pakistan, and still spent time there. They had full access to DNC computer systems and full access to 40 Dems individual computers, including some on the Intelligence committee. They were also billing the DNC for hundreds of thousands of dollars in equipment that they never provided.

    The prevailing opinion at the time was they worked for Pakistani intelligence and it was such a scandal for the Dems that it was covered up. Seems familiar somehow.

  58. Jay’s Facebook friend is living in the other reality. Imagine if all your information was obtained from CNN and network news. You would have been told for 4 years that Trump was criminal, was abusing children at the border, was getting rich with secret deals, etc. Trump hate 24/7. You would have never heard of Hunter’s laptop, no mention of Biden’s sketchy past. No idea that there are peace deals in the Middle East. Nothing good Trump has done is ever mentioned.

    It’s crazy, and it’s only going to get worse with the competing social networks. Eventually one reality will prevail, that’s when it gets interesting.

  59. There is no fucking way Michigan goes to Canada. You’d be taking in a TON of angry armed people.

  60. Yikes. This is the fear. Saw this on my cousin’s hysterical post about covid:

    “The community spread is higher than we think right now. My clients exposed me this past weekend after they broke down and ate in a restaurant for breakfast- so far I’m negative (did the rapid test last night and I wore a mask, hand sanitized and left doors open when showing homes, my daughter had been exposed to 2 positives- one being her college room mate. Both of her friends are covid positive asymptomatic. It was the father of one of the girls who exhibited symptoms. They would have never known. ”

    THEY WOULD HAVE NEVER KNOW. She probably meant to put that in all caps.

  61. Both of her friends are covid positive asymptomatic

    Unless you’re making out, asymptomatic people non-factor in viral spread. The symptoms are the mechanism of infection.



    That’s obviously where she got it. I mean, how else? Especially if they were home every night before 10.

  64. Saw a story on NPR about the Tattered Cover bookstore in Denver being black owned now and since I remembered from my year training there I clicked on it. Apparently the former owners committed the sin of NOT taking a stance on BLM (which they claim they did with all matters of politics … a wise decision I would say). Well guess what, “You will be forced to care” was in effect and the cancel mob struck them and the business, already struggling in Covid times, suffered even more. It was sold to a couple of black dudes and I’m sure it will live happily ever after because even if it doesn’t we’ll never hear about it.

    A sampling of other stories I came across

    -Contractors racing to complete wall in Arizona before Trump leaves office and Gropey Joe rolls out the welcome mat for illegals. Story filled with scare quotes from environmentalists about the immense destruction unfolding

    -Disheartened federal work force anticipating a new boss who doesn’t criticize them as being part of the Deep State. Portrayals of maintenance workers and other harmless operatives rather than the key bureaucrats he was referring to (preposition!)

    -Time POY … I couldn’t bring myself to read that one even for the cover your ass explanation of how it was a great idea to choose them rather than healthcare workers or even *shudder* Fauci

  65. “Note on deaths (12/10/20): Regular reviews of death certificate data maintained in Vital Records reporting systems are conducted by MDHHS staff three times per week. As a part of this process, records that identify COVID-19 infection as a contributing factor to death are compared against all laboratory confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the Michigan Disease Surveillance System (MDSS). If a death certificate is matched to a confirmed COVID-19 case and that record in the MDSS does not indicate the individual died, the MDSS record is updated to indicate the death and the appropriate local health department is notified. These matched deaths are then included with mortality information posted to the Michigan Coronavirus website. As a result of the most recent assessment, today’s data includes 132 additional deaths identified by this methodology.”

    When the numbers getting bigger, you gotta lie bigger.

  66. ^this means, people who died of natural causes tested positive for covid w/in 30 days

  67. died with covid seems to be killing a lot of people these days.

  68. we also had 176 deaths in 2 days.

    Yeah right.

  69. We’re getting a new Covid Crisis Coordinator.

  70. *listening to instrumental Christmas music*

  71. also, this morning, I was half a pound from another 10 pounds lost. Teaser! Almost 40 down! (I’m sure it’s over 40, but the count starts where the count starts)

    This FPOS is getting less and less! Gonna go buy 2 new pairs of jeans to celebrate, the old ones are goners.

  72. Trans Siberian Orchestra is instrumental Christmas music.

    And not trans, just like Tulsi Gabbard the new LGBTQ+&%$EWQ hater child!


    If you don’t know you’re sick, and you’re not making anyone else sick, and you don’t get worse and die, and neither do the people around you…

    Are you sick?

    For funzies, have a look at what constitutes a “case” for Influenza.

    It ain’t a PCR test with the ct at 40 and a probe in your forebrain.

  74. Dave Portnoy gets it, has been good all along

    Barstool sports guy.

  75. Excellent Jay. Good job. 40lbs is not a inconsequential amount. I hope you are feeling all light an airy like twinkle toes Flintstone.

  76. Trans Siberian Orchestra

    Not a fan. Not at all.

  77. OMG! Let’s panic over number of COVID deaths per day!

    Get real:

    EVERY year since 1933, the leading causes of death are 1) Heart disease (~23%-24%), and 2) Cancer (~21%-22%).

    The #3 cause of death varies, but in many years it has been either Pneumonia/Influenza (earlier years) or Lower Respiratory Causes (later years).

    Total number of deaths per year is just below 1% of the population; per day is obviously 1/365th of that number.

    In 2018, there were approximately 7768 deaths per day of all causes in the US.

    So, yeah – hair on fire for something that has been happening since they started keeping records.

  78. Just answered 3 questions for the potential west coast contract. Gotta take a timed hackerrank test tomorrow.

  79. Describe a project you were on that failed. What happened?

  80. Better question, how did Stacy get 4″ shorter between her BBF and today?

  81. Describe a project you were on that failed. What happened?


    Incompetent cow-orkers…..

  82. I talked about two big failures I’ve been a part of, with completely different modes of failure. In one case, the technical problem proved insoluble on the timeline our execs set forth, and literally every other global team working on the problem failed similarly (I’ll let you guess what that was). In the other case, we achieved technically well beyond the original ambition, but someone killed the funding so he could direct it to “better” efforts. In both cases, no one I worked with was derelict, but the failure modes were completely different.

    I think it was a good answer.

  83. Is Jimbro around? Rebecca has severe hip dysplasia and is going to need hip surgery. The doctors are saying either PAO or total hip replacement are our options (we are fine with having surgery to correct this and give her a better quality of life).

    Opinions on both procedures? Pros/cons of each? Have you had much experience with either of those in 19 year olds (Rebecca is chronologically 19, but she is only 53″ tall)?

    Appreciate any insight that you can give us.

  84. Old: “1984” was supposed to be fiction.

    New: “People’s Republic” was supposed to be fiction.

  85. For a 19 yo I’d opt for the PAO if she meets the selection criteria (since it was offered I’d assume she does).

    THR is excellent and will give great pain relief and function. The problem with a total is the longevity in a younger person. After a couple of revisions the remaining native bone stock diminishes. If Rebecca has the ligamentous laxity commonly seen with Down Syndrome and is unlucky there is a risk of dislocations requiring revision surgery sooner than anticipated.

    If the PAO has a reasonable chance of lasting greater than 8-10 years I’d opt for that route.

  86. “People’s Republic” always struck me as being undeservedly optimistic.

  87. Thanks, Jimbro!

    Yes, she does have loose ligaments. They are going too do an MRI and CT scan to assess the level of damage and we will go from there.

    The PAO looks scarier, but we are going to do our research beforehand!

  88. Describe a project you were on that failed. What happened?

    Good move to describe two different modes of failure, Leon.

    One failure I worked on needed unobtainium for it to work in the real world. It was a decent try, though.

    Incompetent cow-orkers…..

    There was one group of people that were responsible for at least two project failures. Huge cost overruns on their first project led to its cancellation, and they moved like a cloud of locusts through the project I was working on, using up all the resources and leaving nothing behind but Powerpoints.

  89. Oh, and when she was a baby, she would routinely pop her hips out of socket voluntarily…..

  90. BroTim, have you read the rest of Schlichter’s books?

  91. Better question, how did Stacy get 4″ shorter between her BBF and today?

    Huh. That might be a typo. She removed her profile from Babepedia so I had to manually enter the data.

  92. Ugh, I gotta get moving. I took the afternoon off from work to clean up the garden and do other outdoor chores while the weather doesn’t suck, and I’m just sitting here with my feet up, being a bum.

  93. Haha, Larry Correia sums up the Jesusland split perfectly, as usual:

    Though I give this new arrangement about 15 minutes before the eastern halves of Washington, Oregon, and California, and the province of Alberta jump ship. Plus I’m pretty sure the rest of Illinois would run from Chicago so fast your head would spin. And New York would be one of the most republican states in the country if it was separated from New York City. But don’t worry. We’ll give these new breakaway states cool Biblical names or something.

  94. Chicks dig pilots

    Barbara Eden with Chuck Yeager. Early and recent.

    She wrote a nice note on facebook.

  95. osoing these comments

  96. it’s like mare in the morning, back when she used to rise and shine

  97. Since we’re playing “Ask Dr. Jimbro”, what’s up with mRNA vaccines?

    Half are saying it’s amazing, nothing but unicorns and rainbows.
    Half are saying changes your DNA, will sterilize future generations, includes a dye of some sort.

    I have no problem with scientific advancement, but if this is the first attempt with an mRNA vaccine, and they want to give it to everybody, I’m really sceptical.

    See also:

    “Moderna’s mRNA-1273, which reported a 94.5 percent efficacy rate on November 16, had been designed by January 13. This was just two days after the genetic sequence had been made public in an act of scientific and humanitarian generosity that resulted in China’s Yong-Zhen Zhang’s being temporarily forced out of his lab. In Massachusetts, the Moderna vaccine design took all of one weekend. It was completed before China had even acknowledged that the disease could be transmitted from human to human, more than a week before the first confirmed coronavirus case in the United States. By the time the first American death was announced a month later, the vaccine had already been manufactured and shipped to the National Institutes of Health for the beginning of its Phase I clinical trial.”

  98. Through an information theory lens, the idea of an mRNA vaccine is sort of like what I’ve had to do occasionally in hacking unpublished APIs. You have site open in a browser and open the packet inspector, then click a button and inspect the outbound traffic. An mRNA vaccine is the equivalent of sending the same signal that would come out of ribosomes triggering the antibody-creation machinery for a particular pathogen. A normal vaccine starts further up the chain, sending a weakened signal to the immune system in the hope that it will generate antibodies as though the input were regular strength, but without the full insult to the system that the pathogen would ordinarily have. This is jumping in after that step and sending the second-stage impulse rather than the first. Just tell the body how to respond, rather than giving it something to respond to.

    And there’s no fucking way I’m letting them put it in me, my wife, or my baby girl.

  99. I really can’t comment on them Pepe. It’s a new concept to me as well. Like you I’ve read the commentary that ranges from “Safe as tap water” to “We’re doomed”. I need to get up to speed on it before I’m compelled to take it.

  100. I have, though not Crisis yet. I actually enjoy them quite a bit, I just expect an actual breakup would be considerably messier, with the “blue” section turning into at least 3-4 competing states. But that’s just my theory, and I’m proven to be a poor prognosticator.

  101. I gotta do something else to winterize the garden, the compost wasn’t enough to cover a third of it.

    In the meantime, this made me chortle.

  102. with the “blue” section turning into at least 3-4 competing states.

    I can see them starting out as one, then splintering as identity politics, local corruption, and running out of other people’s money take their tolls.

  103. CA and IL would demand NY bail them out, then NY would splinter even farther and upstate would join Jesusland.

  104. Car in’s weekend plans

  105. My dad was in quarantine at the senior care place where he lives. One of his friends, and a caretaker, tested positive. The caretaker brought it inside.
    He had to stay in his room alone, what a deal. Now, he’s tested positive, so double secret quarantine, I guess.
    He’s 99 years old.
    Asymptomatic, so far…

  106. Praying, Chris P. I think mi familia is quitting due to isolation.

  107. We carry three different sizes of jasmine rice.

  108. Our Governor is a joke. The “Reset” talk is a clue.

  109. I may need to move to the Republic of South Dakota. America is done. Fork us.

  110. Texas lawsuit refused. Of course.

  111. At least Alito and Thomas would have listened to the filing.

  112. Well, shit.

  113. President Joe Robinette Buyden.

  114. Not yet, and not for long, even so.

  115. Oh jeeze Chrispy, best wishes for your pop.

  116. We had a good run.

  117. Greg Kelly keeps saying “it’s not over!”

  118. will any GOP show up to vote in GA?

  119. It was only ever academic for me, not being in GA, but I sure as fuck wouldn’t bother now.

    Tonight’s whiskey and cola are going to be the last for while, I think. I’ve become decadent. Hard times call for strong men. Not sure what I can do just yet, but I can’t do fuckall right now.

  120. It could go either way.

  121. Erick Erickson would like you to know he no longer wants your support:

    No I won’t be gracious here. I told y’all the Supreme Court would reject that steaming pile of dog poop case from Texas. Maybe China got to them too. Y’all stop being idiots. Biden won fair and square and I don’t care if you can’t handle that truth and would rather be aggrieved victims in fantasy land.

  122. Think so scott? They stole the Presidency. 2 senate seats should be child’s play, with no opposition.

    They are using the same machines!

  123. I bet there will be a ton of people surrounding the places where the votes are counted.

  124. well they won’t be inside, and they aren’t computer programmers.

  125. I bet Erick Erickson has shitty home security and is easily doxxed.

    Be a shame if anything like that were to happen.

  126. No, but they will stop the inflow of fake mail in ballots, and poll watchers wont go home when they are told too.

    Lots of eyes will be on this one, they might not want to risk it.

    If they steal this one, it’s time to start looking for the next country to live in.

  127. The inflow of mail in ballots has already started.

  128. Those are republicans.

    Democrat mail in votes come in after midnight.

  129. They already own Perdue and Loeffler. The smart play is to let them win and weaken the case that GA was stolen in November.

  130. The Feds are officially illegitimate. SCOTUS, Congress, and Executive.

    Burn it down. I’m done.

  131. 75 million Americans reject this BS election.

  132. But will they do a damn thing about it?

  133. 2 years from now, Buyden will be impeached, after a lengthy trial, over business dealings with china. Harris installed as president. By this time DC and PR are states, and 2 brand new SC justices will be installed.

    25 million undocumented immigrants will be sworn in as citizens. They can then vote, too. And Buyden will have enabled their citizenship.

    Who do you think they will vote for?

  134. 7-2?
    I want a divorce now

  135. Our Republic is over. Fork. If this cheat is allowed to stand, we are done.

  136. If my vote is negated, why do I pay taxes to an illegitimate government?

  137. Can we buy an Island? I want a new country, or move to New Hampshire or South Dakota? I heard 5000 people can change a small states election,

  138. Media is already turning.

    We might be swearing in Kommie in January.

  139. Joe won’t be impeached. He’ll be 25th’d or 86’d by June.

  140. Seriously NO! I am done, I found late that you move where there is work. I am thinking now we move to take over. The Bahamas? Trinidad?

  141. Oso, taxes are just a suggestion, really. We’ve already completely divorced revenue from spending and the currency collapse is assured without economic growth to paper it over. Take any loophole you can find.

  142. Our coach has an Equality brand shirt. Completely black, dark grey Cyclone logo, and completely bright white EQUALITY like an Izod.

  143. Panama! (Que Van Halen)
    Joe will be out in 90 days Leon they are salivating over removing him now

  144. Belize is still my first choice. If we get real secession rumblings, I’m Florida Man, even with all the fucking lizards.

  145. Exactly

  146. players decked out in BLM gear. not the Hawks, though.

  147. Oh, I see. Hawks all have EQUALITY on their jerseys

  148. Trumps wall is going to keep people in.

  149. I am seeing Orange trucks, mullet boats, and stone crabs, something I never knew I missed in Texas and Colorado

  150. Sorry those are Florida things. With a pop of under 500k how many conservatives would it take to flip Belize?

  151. Had stone crab claws for dinner tonight, wow

  152. Belize could be amazing.

    Hell, if Mexico were smart, they’d offer amnesty. A few million Americans could make some piece of Mexico fucking amazing.

  153. Panama has a pop of 4 million, Belize is better, but I know many Panamanians who lurves the USA

  154. Mexico is so corrupt, sure we could bribe our way in, but how often would we have to pay again?

  155. Honduras is scrappy and independent leaning, maybe there

  156. If the Dems get full control, it will probably be like NM a couple of years ago. They had bills they had been trying to get passed for years. They passed and signed all of them in the first few days. It was crazy, the only hiccup they hit was unrestricted abortion. Too many senators balked at that.

  157. Biden said he had the greatest vote fraud system, and we laughed it off as Dementia Joe blathering. Now he’s saying if he and Hobama disagree, he’ll say he has a disease and resign. I’m taking him at his word this time.

  158. In any event, Vmax, prolly prudent to work on your español.

  159. I know this is wrong, but I really, really want all the people who voted for Biden and especially all the people who are hunky-dory with cheating as long as their guy wins or to own the cons, to suffer. Good and hard. Like Ilhan turning on Obama for saying “don’t say defund the police”, I want them to bite the hand that feeds them, hard.

  160. When half the population says that a unborn baby is a person and the other half says it is a choice of the mother, there is no common ground.
    When half the population says that the constitution is our guiding document and the other half says it is an obsolete meaningless document, there is no common ground.
    When half the population says the USA is a racist disgrace and the other half says it is the greatest thing on earth, there is no common ground.
    How can we be one country?

  161. Leon,
    Si Senior!

  162. I think it’s hilarious that when leftists lose, they want to flee to Canada, and when rightwingers lose, they want to flee to Latin America. Who are the xenophobes, again?

  163. I feel that too, roamy. Don’t want to, but can’t help it.

  164. Roamy, I’m there too. It’s deserved at this point. Meekness and forbearance are virtues, always, but we’re past that. This isn’t about face or trifles, this is lives and livelihoods, here and everywhere, threatened by a satanic, global criminal syndicate. They only got this far because we trusted the system to right itself, that those entrusted with stewardship would do their duty. None have, or not enough. Faithless stewards and unrepentant thieves, they are.

    A revenge movie is just a horror movie with one more act at the beginning, a justification of what’s to come. I think Act I is winding down.

  165. Laura, I don’t know if fleeing to Latin America is common for right wingers. I talk about it, but I know Messico is an economic basket case with shithole local politics and worse gun rights, but I have this pollyanna notion that at least I’ll know that bribes are expected and no Gov’t officials can be trusted beyond their payoffs. At least I’ll be able to go to mass and have decent weather; might even be able to find work. If it looks like Jesusland is gonna be a thing, I’ll take IN or FL first, or help the good guys liberate MI.

  166. Messico killed it.

    Probably the shitty water.

  167. Speaking of Messico, tomorrow is the feast day for Our Lady of Guadalupe. Gonna look up when Mass will be on EWTN and let Momma handle it.


    This is very interesting.

    I must question ‘who profits from the panic porn’?
    So many people, mostly small businesses lose.

    L&I is going after our ‘Mom & Pop’ gym with fines.
    He needs to look at:

    L&I in WA state employs more than 10,000 people, who are going after everyone, including the eastern WA farmers that employ migrant labor. Their dorms do not have 6′ bed spacing.
    They don’t wear masks in the field or orchard, etc…

    Yeah, let’s kill the farms that feed us, you stupid fucks…


    BEEG trebuchet flingin’ washing machines, etc. I love the maniacal laughter.

  170. Went to bed at 10, woke up slightly before midnight, went from tired to wired in two hours. Blah.

  171. Anyone who thinks they can flee to Latin America and have it become anything other than open season on gringoes when America goes splat is suicidally naive.

  172. Hell, if Mexico were smart, they’d offer amnesty. A few million Americans could make some piece of Mexico fucking amazing.

    They tried that once. It’s called Texas now.

  173. Dorothea emphasized readable penmanship.

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