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Politicians and their favorite foods

Another hot chick that’s tough, too. Tree removal isn’t for the faint of heart. Plus, stumps and scott.


  1. bout time!

  2. Oh shit, another “safety and well-being” email from corporate…

    Oh, it’s about flooding in Tennessee. What a relief.

  3. Hadn’t heard of locals…good find, Carin. I bookmarked it. Looks like a lot of people have headed over there to produce content.

  4. So….a woman criticized the president and Facebook cancelled her account?

    Jeez. That’s so predictable.

  5. A woman with Absolute Moral Authority, no less.

    Imagine that being done to Cindy Sheehan in 2003.

  6. The censorship around simply saying ‘joe cheated’ is fucking weird.

  7. So, you’re phoning it in now?

  8. what conservative website was spouting the nonsense from the last post MJ? I expect it from the Post, they are liberals in NY, just not as liberal as the Times.

  9. Hot Air

    I used to read it all the time but stopped a few years ago when they went left.

    Now it’s basically a lefty supermarket tabloid. They post stuff that doesn’t pass the straight face test. As in the simplest of google searches will show its incorrect.

  10. So. A thought occurs, and as usual I need outside brains to talk me down.

    “Wet nanotech”. Instead of creating nanobots by assembling molecule by molecule, you start with organisms, single-celled type. It’s not exactly the usual way we think of nanotech but it is a likely “early stage”.

    What if…COVID-19 is actually “wet nanotech”? The Chinese would certainly be capable with all they’ve stolen and tinkered with, and easily unconstrained enough by ethical or moral concerns.

    OR…what if the “mRNA treatments” are “wet nanotech”? Viruses reproduce by hijacking cells, what if this is how the “Delta variant” actually came into being?

    How would we know if either scenario was true?

    Just droppin’ a little extra paranoia in the morning, because if I gotta put up with my brain cooking this shit up, I’m sure as fuck sharing.

  11. Oh. I thought you meant actual conservative website. Hot Air hasn’t been one for quite some time now.

  12. Nah, I was going to put it in scare quotes but I got lazy

  13. Technically, anything that pops out of CRISPR is ‘wet nanotech’, as is all GMO post Borlaug (who changed wheat with radiation-induced mutation rather than genetic engineering).

    The J&J shot is definitely this, as they stripped the payload from adenovirus and added the spike protein in its place.

    That said, viral structure can only do so much and remain viable (as in, it still works as a virus). I don’t doubt for an instant that China would happily release a “kill all non-Han” virus if they could figure one out, but I doubt such a thing is biologically possible. You’re going to need dry nanotech for that, or just flying killbots with facial recognition.

  14. “kill all X” is a fairy tale, at least with what we have. It’s more “respond to the presence of X in the DNA strand” (which is what the whole “ethnic targeting” nightmare is based on).

    Which, in a notoriously mix-and-match gene pool like the US, is tricky. Can’t guarantee enough people have your target markers…unless you add them…

  15. I’m getting a pedicure for the first time ever . Pray for Oso/ the poor young man working on my feet.

  16. Dry nano tech has always just been Science fiction and will remain so. It all comes done how to power it. All biology is nano tech. Watch this video and try to argue otherwise.

  17. I read Engines of Creation and had high hopes, but so far it looks like Smalley is right and you can’t get past the “sticky fingers” problem. That said, you could do an awful lot with biologics. Algae selected for fat production to make oil straight from sunshine, fungal cells generating keratin laced with spider-silk proteins for fibers and textiles, free osteoblasts making bone layered deposition as a sort of 3-D printer, etc.

  18. A blast from the past and a peek into our future.


  19. On the basis of his hundreds of interactions with these young men in his professional capacity over the past several years, he believes to have discovered that they are motivated by a deep and abiding contempt for Western civilization. To them, Europeans are the enemy, and their women are legitimate spoils, as are all the other things one can take from them: housing, money, passports. Their laws don’t matter, their culture is uninteresting and, ultimately, their civilization is going to fall anyway to the horde of which one is the spearhead. No need to assimilate, or work hard, or try to build a decent life here for yourself—these Europeans are too soft to seriously punish you for a transgression, and their days are numbered.

    Just wow, like they’ve been brainwashed by the Taliban

  20. No need to assimilate, or work hard, or try to build a decent life here for yourself—these Europeans are too soft to seriously punish you for a transgression, and their days are numbered.

    Are they wrong?

  21. We used to make stumps disappear using a stick or so of logging dynamite. Life has not gotten better since then,

  22. None of my stumps is far enough from other things I care about to use that method, or I’d put some of my book lernin’ to use.

  23. Just wow, like they’ve been brainwashed by the Taliban

    People have that view here whose line of descent has been here for centuries. It’s not (just) the Taliban.

  24. Leon, no – they are not wrong. Western Civ. is falling down, falling down, falling down. Western Civ is falling down my dear dhimmis.

  25. Torn down from within.

  26. In Spanish, the right way to say “I dropped it” doesn’t actually say that, it translates more properly as “it fell”. Same deal with “I like that”, you’re really saying “that pleases me”. Passive case in both instances. The thing just happened, or you were acted upon, rather than an active role by the person in the sentence.

    Western Civ didn’t fall, it was pushed. And those pushers are still with us.

  27. LOL

    DRPOS just called some black cum guzzler “boy”.


  28. Right and Left are nearly utterly polarized now. We’re undergoing a civilizational mitosis. The band is breaking up; John and Paul no longer speak to each other. It’s going to get uglier than a Yoko Ono show.

  29. New meme backdrop: 101 y/o awesome lobsterwoman (not a misprint, 101)


  30. Replacement CPAP machine arrived. No more risking lungs for a decent night’s sleep.

  31. so, Chase says today that Gen Flynn’s credit cards were canceled “in error”. His cards are not being canceled, it was all a “big mistake”.

    Uh huh.

  32. Wasn’t there a, y’know, press release about why they were cutting him off?

  33. just heard it on replay of Glenn Beck.

    Plus everyone was accusing him of backing out of $600k to rescue the dogs in AF. He’s explaining why that’s BS.

  34. Lauren Boebert was on, and spectacular as usual.

  35. On a 0 to 1 scale, Lauren is a 2.

  36. Jesse Kelly named her Hottest Congressman, and she went on air to accept the honor.

    She’s got a great sense of humor.

  37. I’m raging about Gropey Joe and Kabul, and no one at work even knows what I’m so angry about. Or at home. LIV Dan “Why do you care? You can’t do anything about any of it.” So, now I’m mad at Dan. His varicose vein surgery is next week. This week, it’s lasers. We can’t go to Amarillo for Sod Poodle baseball or an early birthday dinner. D asked what I wanted for my birthday dinner. I said “Kung Pao Spaghetti.” We have everything, so KPS is tonight. Now, I have to decide what I want to eat. $20

  38. Korn time rapidly approaches.

  39. How did I miss that you have Korn tickets? Venue? SQUEEEEEE

  40. DTE – which used to be called “pine knob” . Outdoor. I’m under the pavillion. Pretty good seats I think. I’ll send pics.

  41. I can’t believe how badly I was suckered by that POS Jonah Goldberg https://emeralddb3.substack.com/p/how-the-national-review-sold-its

  42. Quick search of “Lauren Boebert” yields three news stories:

    “What Else Isn’t Lauren Boebert Disclosing?”- asks The Denver Post

    “Lauren Boebert Failed to Disclose Nearly $1 Million of Her Husband’s Income” – screams the International Business Times

    “Lauren Boebert Appears to Admit Campaign Finance Issues in Resurfaced Interview” – slimes Yahoo News

    Looks like the fix is in.

  43. They are gunning for her, Gaetz, and MTG. If you were going to donate to any congress critters, the enemedia has told you whom they fear.

  44. She is great. They are gunning for her. I would share one of her most excellent tweets, but my account is locked down. I can like. I can barely retweet. I can’t share to FB or social media.

  45. Mitch, check your Proton.

  46. We all know that I am crazy. Simpsons episode where Lisa realizes she is a host. I knew before the Simpsons. I have days where I can see my mites. Today, is one of those days. It can be freaky. Eyelash mites are smaller than eyebrow mites.

  47. https://is.gd/_Deploys_lavender_lei

  48. Heywood JAblome. Mike Hunt. Phil McCrackin. Amanda Hugenkiss.

  49. Poop. I’m having an allergic reaction. No Kung Pao Spaghetti. Skyline Chili. My skin is itchy and my eyes are watering.

  50. Don’t see anything yet Pupster.

    Hope you feel better soon, Oso.

  51. I sent an invitation via your WP username, now also via your gmail Mitch.

  52. Thanks, allergies suck. I’m swelling and I don’t know why. No Epi action needed…Benadryl

  53. Hurricane Ida spun up a tornado about a mile from my dad’s house. No damage other than trees down. Rain, rain, and more rain here, but the road is still passable.

  54. Laura?


  55. I was informed today that any work visitors must provide proof of vaccination or they won’t be allowed on base. Not that anyone was traveling anyway, but hey, make my job harder.

  56. I have been in about 100 homes in 7 different states over the last few months. Only 2 requested that I wear a mask.

    It’s a game. They know masks don’t work.

  57. Unvaccinated people can’t do engineering, that’s science.

  58. 4 babies in Australia were denied heart surgery, because they couldn’t be transported because of Covid restrictions.

  59. In the good news/bad news category – good news was that I was able to see my orthopedist on pretty short notice. Bad news is that I have likely torn the meniscus in my “good” knee. MRI on Thursday, follow-up next Wednesday. Grateful to not live in Canada or somewhere where it would be months before any appointment.

  60. My older daughter is an OT currently working in Eugene Oregon. The company that owns the shit hole dump hospital where she works sent out an email today informing them that anyone not vaccinated by Monday would be terminated. Seven nurses turned in their resignations effective at the end of their shift. That’ll improve the level of care.

  61. I’m interviewing for a job with a 100% remote team. I’d be the only one even close to an office. If they ask me to do any of this shit, I’m going to just write novels and scam every government program I can find.

  62. https://breaking911.com/breaking-gop-congressman-missing-in-afghanistan-while-on-rogue-evacuation-mission-report-dsyd/

    It’s Rep. Markwayne Mullin (R-Okla.)

  63. At best I’ll have to start taking weekly covid test, at worst I’ll have to get the shot. Work is now requiring us to report our vaccination status. We can not report, but you will be assumed to be not vaccinated.

  64. On the way home tonight got rear ended by a teenage girl while at a stop light. Got pushed into the car ahead. Fun times, but no one hurt. However both the front and back of my SUV will need a lot of work. My wife totaled her car a couple months ago. My mom always said bad luck comes in three’s. I hope not.

  65. Thermadin, I’m in the same boat. I’ll find out tomorrow how they plan to do the testing, assuming management has figured it out. I didn’t answer their survey as to whether I’m vaccinated, fuck ’em.

  66. There’s one other thing I need to do this week, and that’s go through my office and pack up anything I can’t live without. After seeing what’s been happening with recent retirees and forced-outs, I don’t want to rely on anyone being benevolent to take any care in packing up my stuff.

  67. Concert was really really good. Staind waaaay exceeded our expectations. Korn singer was still recovering from Wuflu but did great.

  68. Awesome, Carin! I’m really glad you got your concert, was worried Bitchmer would cancel it.

  69. Friend’s husband died of COVID this morning. He was the Senior Pastor of a large church in North Texas. We are heartbroken for our friend and their 2 sons – Ricky was a wonderful man.

  70. That’s terrible. So sorry, Teresa.

  71. Inflationary times advisory:
    Buy durable goods, especially tools, and extra-especially quality tools. Tools will be especially valuable in times of inflation.

  72. You may disregard, but I feel like if there is a shortage of so many other things now, tools are a cinch hedge, and more so if its something you need to make money anyway.

    I hope I’m not too late.

  73. The babies not getting heart surgery doesn’t make sense based on their “ if it saves one life” lie.

    It’s ONLY about control.

    Kids are committing suicide.
    Babies refused life saving surgery.

    These are the actions of insane power hungry freaks.

  74. https://is.gd/_Dont_blink_or_youll_miss_it

    (Imgur video)

  75. Derek eagerly rode ponies.

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