MMM 495

Ides of May already?

Better hop to it.

Cleaned. Pressed.

Little bit of “glistening” going on here.

Caption checks out.

The sunglasses are to mitigate the glare from her butt lighting up the room.

Looks warm there.

I miss the gym sometimes.

They don’t match and I don’t mind.

She either smells amazing or like ammonia.

Have a fantastic Monday unless you’re one of the dipshits bitterly clinging to Biden’s fake presidency.

120 Comments

  1. I never jump rope barefoot. Ouch.

    wakey wakey

  2. cleaned. Pressed form looks off. I don’t think she’s a lifter.

  3. Five Finger Death Punch new video.

    I watched it twice.

    The guy’s comment at the end is great.

  4. She might be posing a little, anterior pelvic tilt is a skill. Doesn’t look like a heavy bar, I’d guess 65# at most.

  5. The ass tilt is a skill?

    I don’t think so.

  6. Her core is compromised. It’s her back.

  7. 100% a pose and not a shot of a random lift.

  8. The ass tilt is a skill?

    I don’t think so.

    It most certainly is. Without it Shakira wouldn’t have had a career, and millions of men wouldn’t have child support payments to make.

  9. The ass tilt is a skill?

    It’s a miracle of God.

  10. Leon, have you eaten Pheasant back mushrooms? Are they worth it, or just a curiosity?

  11. Why TF would they remake Firestarter?

    I can only assume it’s going to be a woke CGI shitshow with a lot of THE MESSAGE in the dialogue.

  12. I’ve eaten them but I always call them dryad’s saddle so I had to check. They are pretty good if they haven’t gone woody, have sort of a melon-ish scent/flavor and a decent texture.

  13. You do have to cook them, preferably in butter, but you knew that.

  14. I saw a lot of them while out morel hunting.

  15. They are edible, and it’s usually easy to get a big pile at once, but only cut what you need at the time. I’ve heard they don’t really store well.

  16. When did deposit envelopes at ATMs go away? I drove all over yesterday looking for a deposit envelope.

    I figured it out at the 4th bank.

  17. THE MESSAGE

    Heh, I heard that in Critical Drinker voice

  18. AFAIK the envelopes have been gone for a while. I have a great reluctance to insert a check into the wheel gears where it may or may not go to the right place. I’m sure they’ve got it all figured out and it works but it’s still not in my comfort zone. When I ever deposit a check it’s at the counter or with the drive up teller.

    Paula is big on the electronic deposit thing with the bank app where you take a picture of the endorsed check and, like magic, it is deposited.

  19. Nobody cares that Scott saved a dog’s life Saturday and then the owner stole a work tool from him? We’re all just gonna go on with our lives now? Like nothing happened? Like heavy duty nylon straps with giant steel hooks on them just grow on trees?

    OK. OK.

    .
    .
    OK.

  20. 100% a pose and not a shot of a random lift.
    ——-
    To be fair to cleaned/pressed girl, all these are posed pictures, even the “spontaneous” looking ones.

    Ass tilting is a skill used in a different discipline than weightlifting

  21. they grow in oil fields, not trees.

  22. 2000 mules wasn’t as eye opening to me as it was others. Guess I’m too far in the weeds.

  23. Geez Louise … I’m just catching up and I was thinking of a reply when you jumped the gun Impatient Lumpy!

    The odds of you seeing your strap back are close to nil. Who knows, it may show up but I’d chalk this one up as gone with the repayment coming when your life is measured at the Pearly Gates of Heaven

  24. I care, Laura, but I can’t do anything about it.

  25. Looks warm has a nice body. Not crazy overdone or anything.

  26. Saved a dog? What happened?

  27. Looks like the wife might be deploying for 6 months in the Nov timeframe. That’s a heck of a long time to be Solo Dad.

  28. Really?

  29. About 2 months ago we had to bring Ollie in for an urgent check on something (I forget what it was now, he has the occasional bizarre behavior that we observe for improvement and then bring him in after a few days where they find nothing wrong that a minimum of a $100 Vet bill won’t cure).

    Anyway, they come out to you for Covid reasons and bring the dog inside. We use martingale collars on our dogs and they’re fine unless the dog backs out of them which is exactly what happened when the Vet tech got him. He hit the brakes and backed up with the leash pulling his collar off. The Vet is on the Main Road, Route 1A with heavy traffic. Thankfully he crawled under a big pick up truck and it took 3 techs to get a slip knot leash around him. When she came out with him she noted that his hair was singed on his neck from the heat of the trucks engine exhaust.

    Good old Ollie!

    He is growing on us even more over time despite being a pain in the ass. We’re wrapping up his daycare at the end of May and I think they’re going to miss him for the energy he brings.

  30. Really. We’re discussing whether to board the equines or just hire some help for that. I’ll either be working part time or finding some way to work around it, maybe early start before she has to get up for school.

  31. Can you say where, Leon?

  32. Not Europe or Asia, thankfully. It’s a rotation that Grissom has been sending people on regularly for quite a while.

    Should be a safe posting, but, well, Brandon.

  33. Leon, your woodchopper is in the garage. By the time I took care of HotBride’s honey-do list, then got it out of the shed and around to the front, I only had time to get the hornet’s nest and mouse nest out of it, then drain the gas tank. I didn’t have any fresh gas, so I wasn’t able to fire it up. I didn’t want to run it on six year old gas. The oil level is fine and it looks as clean as the day it went in.

    It’s as shiny as practically the day I bought it.

    At any rate, I will try to fire it up after work in the next couple of days.

  34. Sounds good, I’m assuming it’ll fit in a standard truck bed? I should be able to come get it this weekend.

  35. Yesterday I noticed the minimal coverage on the Buffalo shooting other than just the fact it occurred and it was a white guy targeting black people and wondered where it would go.

    I wonder no more because I’m sure the usual suspects spent the weekend getting their stories ready for today. NPR went into depth on it this morning and mentioned Brandon was shuffling off to Buffalo for a meeting with survivors and the community (aka, publicity stunt, campaign event).

    You mean like when he went to Waukesha?

    https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/opinion/biden-would-have-visited-waukesha-if-it-could-have-helped-him-politically

    Midterms are now about abortion, white supremacists, ULTRA MAGA and cheer leading for WW3

  36. Jones county chicken farm was destroyed in a fire Sunday night.

    This makes around 20 or so plants across the US that have been destroyed.

    How is this not National News, with wall-to-wall coverage especially with food shortages?

    This is insane.

  37. These effing resetters aren’t even being sly. They are hiding nothing and the dumb masses just think huh, that’s weird.

  38. I read somewhere that the shooter guy identified himself as a left winger.

  39. The PA primary thing is pretty interesting. There’s a celebrity liberal, a hedge fund CEO and a plain spoken black woman.

    I really wonder how this is going to turn out.

  40. Oz will win on name recognition, unless Barnette can get her name mentioned a whole lot more.

  41. I read somewhere that the shooter guy identified himself as a left winger.

    That information, if true, will be buried deeper than your mom’s dildo on a Saturday night.

  42. I really didn’t know anything happened until this morning and then I read a few things that basically said all of the info was a lie.

    The guy in CA is black and targeted Asians so you’ll never hear about it and the guy in NY is a left winger racist so naturally they’ll pretend he’s a Trump voter.

  43. Ha! I’m in Twitter jail again (already).

    Evidently, you’re not supposed to call celebrity women who freak out over the overturning of Roe Vs Wade, sluts.

    At least I think that’s the tweet that got me. hahahahaha

  44. twitter: Liz Cheney: woke

  45. Jay, what did Cheney say? Twitter won’t allow me to view that tweet.

  46. “The House GOP leadership has enabled white nationalism, white supremacy, and anti-semitism. History has taught us that what begins with words ends in far worse.
    @GOP
    leaders must renounce and reject these views and those who hold them.”

  47. good ole Catturd:

    Catturd ™
    @catturd2
    ·
    28m
    Replying to
    @Liz_Cheney
    and
    @GOP
    3 more months before you lose your primary by 40 points

  48. Liz Cheney
    @Liz_Cheney
    The House GOP leadership has enabled white nationalism, white supremacy, and anti-semitism. History has taught us that what begins with words ends in far worse. @GOP leaders must renounce and reject these views and those who hold them
    ———
    All GOP except Liz of course

  49. Or what Jay said

  50. Too bad Liz Cheney’s old man didn’t shoot HER in the face.

  51. Didn’t someone over at Ace’s say that SCOTUS was releasing some decisions today? I know they usually wait until June, which is why I was surprised when I read that.

  52. On second thought, from what I’ve seen of her, maybe he did shoot her in the face.

  53. Liz Cheney can go fuck herself.

  54. The big one did not drop today. Maybe tomorrow. More likely week’s end.

  55. Arizona school counselor who was having sex with a 15 year old female student:

    Zobella is “working to unlearn practices maintained by white supremacy, capitalism, and patriarchy and recommits daily to prioritize mental health, community care, and visions for freedom offered by Queer BIPOC organizers.”

  56. blaze tv having issues, no deace for me today

  57. Hoard Nutella. Indonesia halting export of palm oil.

    I’m not sure how demolishing the global supply chain helps the globalist project, but it sure looks like everything’s falling apart all at once.

    If the Grand Solar Minimum hits next year, stuff’s gonna ‘splode.

  58. I’m not sure how demolishing the global supply chain helps the globalist project, but it sure looks like everything’s falling apart all at once.
    ———
    Not a big fan of Nutella but I’m sure palm oil is in other products I do like.

    India is halting wheat exports. I didn’t realize India was the world’s 2nd largest exporter of wheat.

  59. No Uke wheat, no Indian wheat.

    Good luck getting eyetalian pasta.

  60. maybe they should have let farmers here grow all they can. instead of paying to lay fallow.

  61. Comment by Jay in Ames on May 16, 2022 1:19 pm
    maybe they should have let farmers here grow all they can. instead of paying to lay fallow.

    ——-

    This.

    Morally, it’s garbage anyway.

  62. Or we could drill for oil and stop burning corn on fire for funzies.

  63. I mean, you know, if we’re just having some pipe dreams we know won’t happen.

  64. I am taking action for next winter by getting 2 cords of split wood now and setting up a consultation for heat pumps. I’m not sure whether our house would need 1 or 2 heat pumps (two story modified salt box)

  65. I can’t imagine where home heating oil will be next winter. Shit got real last week when Brandon canceled the drilling leases and I knew it was time to get into action sooner than later

  66. Build underground, deep underground, constant 60ish temperature, and if Brandon triggers nuclear Armageddon you’re safe.

  67. Sorry to be pedantic, but there is multiple kinds of wheat.

    https://wheatworld.org/wheat-101/wheat-production-map/

    Out here on in eastern Wa we have had the most spring rain in just about forever. The dryland wheat guys are going to have a bumper crop. The wheat for pasta is mostly grown in north Dakota and Canada. Those guys have been too wet and cold and are way behind on planting. The guys from Nebraska, to Texas have been really dry and yields will be low.

  68. I specified eyetalian, so I stand by my prediction.

  69. Build underground, deep underground, constant 60ish temperature, and if Brandon triggers nuclear Armageddon you’re safe.

    Thank you for choosing Vault-Tec.

  70. The extent to which the real world is coming to resemble the Fallout universe is unnerving, to say the least.

  71. Oh man that Clarence Thomas video is awesome.

  72. We listed our house at 2pm and have 3 showings already. This is totally insane.

  73. Real estate killed it dead.

  74. Anyone ever read Faust? I just started it this morning.

  75. I saw part of it in Tombstone

  76. Jeremy Boreing
    @JeremyDBoreing
    ·
    50s
    I would like to thank everyone who helped me reach 250,000 Twitter followers, an important milestone toward my personal goal of 250,001.

  77. Yeesh. Listening to Geraldo on The Five. I’m not sure if the white supremacist that hit him in the head with a chair hit him too hard or not hard enough…..

  78. I’m familiar with the story but haven’t read the book, Sobek. From a Catholic perspective, I believe it’s based on some questionable theology. Basically, anyone who’d be willing to sell their soul is already damned, so there’s no reason the Devil would give you anything for it.

  79. L to R
    Faust, H2

    https://is.gd/YPrfc0

    (Imgur video with sound)

  80. Artist’s rendition of me attending Faust at The Met

    https://tinyurl.com/2b45twcm

  81. “…so there’s no reason the Devil would give you anything for it.”

    Well the devil doesn’t really have anything to give in the first place. But he sure would like us to think he does.

  82. Well the devil doesn’t really have anything to give in the first place.

    Ms. Jones disagrees.

  83. The point is that he wouldn’t even go to the trouble of offering if you’d make the deal, he’s already got you. I suppose he could do it to amuse himself, but that doesn’t fit how he’s presented in scripture. He tempts Christ in the desert because even he doesn’t know God’s plan or Christ’s place in it, and Jesus is at a minimum a holy soul that Scratch knows isn’t his yet. Faust — as I understand it — is asking the devil to bargain… which is not generally how this works.

  84. Why is the transportation secretary speaking trying to explain why there’s a baby formula shortage, when it has absolutely fucking nothing to do with transportation?
    Fuckin’ ay Butthumper, learn when to keep your cock hole shut.

  85. I thought Faust was the guy who’s been on TV for the past two years telling us to get vaccinated and wear masks.

  86. Same guy, Hotspur, he just changed his name a little. Deal with the devil let him pull that off, too.

  87. This bimbo isn’t going to make it:

  88. ^ I certainly hope everyone , especially those not old enough to remember life under Jimmy Carter, realizes just because the house & senate change party majority in November (January first, actually), doesn’t mean problems are instantly going away. We’re in for a rough 4-5 years that requires fiscally responsibility in government.

  89. LOL The amount of cum this bug eyed clown guzzles is incomprehensible.

  90. Christ, Hotspur. They really do believe Atlas Shrugged” is an instruction manual.

    However, I think Doocy should have asked “who determines what is a fair share, and what is the criteria used in determining it?”

  91. Lightfoot’s a rug muncher, Hotspur. Not that she has a choice, dicks go full turtle when she’s within a half mile.

  92. Is there irrefutable proof that creature is a “she”? Will the proof withstand the woke test?

  93. That one has the Innsmouth look.

  94. Well the devil doesn’t really have anything to give in the first place. But he sure would like us to think he does.

    what about his golden fiddle?

  95. Had to give that to some punk kid in Georgia. He may have a tinfoil mouth harp, though.

  96. what about his golden fiddle?

    Charlie Daniels has it. Playing it right now, out of his reach.

  97. LOL. Stephen L. Miller. The ’70’s are back, wait for disco. Kill me.

  98. I think I still have a pair of bell bottoms, anyone know where to find those polyester shirts?

  99. Let me get this straight, changing the curfew for kids from 11 to 10pm by executive order is going to solve the lack of morality, family structure and unwillingness to prosecute even minor crimes in the worst neighborhoods?

    Top. Men-like.

  100. And yup. Just looked in the socks drawer, there’s the cancer zodiac necklace guys used to wear. More junk to toss in the trash, I realy need to downsize.

  101. Mare. I don’t know where to start, other than if a parent is letting their kid(s) run amok at 9, 10, 11 or later, and the kid(s) get picked up on criminal charges or breaking curfew, charge the parent(s) with child neglect too, with mandatory time to serve, In the REAL house not the county jail. That’s the source of the problem.

  102. ^ As I understand it, you haven’t earned all of your rights until you hit 18 y.o. anyway, that’s why minors, with few exceptions, don’t get prosecuted as adults.

  103. I say that like I was never a kid, LOL

  104. Back in the day, if I pulled crap kids pull these days my dad would hit me so hard I’d have to spend a week walking back to today.

  105. Not lying. When I was in the kiddie camp they put a kid in the bunk room I and older guys were in. The kids dad was in a real prison, that idiot did everything he could to get transferred to the facility dad was in. He eventually got his wish. I’m guessing it didn’t take long for dad to be transferred elsewhere. They like to f*** with you that way.

  106. I took care of a few “emancipated minors” over the years. Despite my apprehension about it they were actually pretty mature in comparison to your typical 16 or 17 year old. They actually paid attention, listened and asked questions. Most of them had a relative or social worker with them. They were smart enough to want to get away from a bad family situation.

    The process is pretty strict and in no way close to CA’s lunacy with that bill Lumpy linked to.

    https://kidslegal.org/emancipation-maine

  107. “The point is that he wouldn’t even go to the trouble of offering if you’d make the deal, he’s already got you.”

    I understand what you’re saying, but there’s really nothing like that in the Bible one way or the other (not explicitly). And I would say the number of people who are so far gone that they are past the point of repentance is vanishingly small.

    “Faust — as I understand it — is asking the devil to bargain…”

    I haven’t gotten to that part yet, but I’ll let you know. There are of course multiple Faust stories, but I’m reading the most famous, by Goethe. So far, there’s been a Job-like confrontation in heaven between God and Mephistopheles, and then Faust lamenting that his study of earthly knowledge has left him feeling dissatisfied.

  108. Top tweets tonight. The video in the first one is a real doozy, stick with it to the end! LOL, commie work ethics.

    https://directorblue.blogspot.com/2022/05/top-20-tweets-tonight-051622-something.html#more

  109. I mean in the sense of “where would you go if you died right this minute?”, Sobek. If you were on the way to your ritual site to summon Ba’al and bargain for power over others, by our reckoning you weren’t exactly seeking after Jesus and loving God above all things and your neighbor as yourself.

  110. “If you were on the way to your ritual site to summon Ba’al…”

    Sure, if you die right then you’re in big trouble. But does the devil know you will die right then? And if not, then he knows he about to get you on the hook, but you’re not landed yet.

    Anyway, I don’t think we know enough about the devil to really say for sure, about a lot of things.

  111. We’re having rodent issues around the garden again and I HAVE to try this stupid idea.

  112. There were two mice living inside Leon’s woodchipper and I was sorely tempted to just start it, but the gas was six years old.

  113. I didn’t want to gum up the carb.

  114. The thing about that theory of stupidity is that it fails in two key elements, whether the person in question has the good judgement to realize whether or not there is benefit to their actions (for themselves or others), and how that person defines benefit (in other words, values). A person who seems to act in a manner that harms themselves and others may regard their actions as benefitting both by another standard.

    Thus why Greens appear to be stupid: It makes perfect sense in their moral frame of reference…just not in ours (or often anyone else’s).

    Note that a Christian’s conduct may likewise appear stupid to an atheist, and vice versa, for the same reasons.

    Stupid is a damned complicated thing. Also notoriously subjective.

  115. Derek enunciated really peculiarly.


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