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YEAH SORRY ITS A REPEAT BUT IT ALWAYS MAKES ME LAUGH

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  1. Is there such a thing as too many memes?

    Would that be blasphemy, heresy, slander or libel?

  2. Sometime during the night I woke to the sounds of Ollie hacking up a piece of the tubing from a floppy frisbee that he and Rowan tore apart during a tug of war battle. Paula didn’t move and I didn’t want to disturb her sleep so I did the gentlemanly thing and just closed my eyes so she could pick it up later when she woke up. Not all heroes wear capes.

  3. lumps – I heard about the police/911 story. Very sad.

    Wakey wakey

    I missed something – someone linked something about the scientists who glued their hands to the showroom floor . .. I must have gotten distracted.

    Help a sister out.

  4. As I looked through twitface this morning I saw a clip of a guy saying his metastatic small cell lung cancer was cured by a dog medicine and I did a quick search on it.

    https://anticancer360.com/fenbendazole-is-this-dog-dewormer-safe-and-can-it-really-cure-cancer/

    First I’ve heard of this but I wonder how long it will take to be suppressed, further studied or modified to a form of the drug which is both more effective and on a patent for profit?

    Effective should be in quotes because the patent and profits is the goal

  5. Beasn and I need to make the Yips planters. Though I would move the purple one to the other end.

  6. and swap the yellow and orange ones. Derp.

    **pours second cup of coffee**

  7. VW show room, activists gluing hands to floor to protest fossil fuels. Ask for accommodations by VW for bathroom needs and are provided with buckets. Also heard VW turned the heat off which was perceived as harmful. Unless the heat came from solar or wind I don’t think they have a leg to stand on or glue to the floor such as it were.

    I also heard that big donors are either inspiring or funding (or both) the spate of recent gluing incidents.

    That’s all I know about this stuff, I’m sure others know more details

  8. Carin, climate change protesters glued themselves to the floor of the Porsche pavilion, so Volkswagen left them there and turned off the heat. If any of the support team left, they weren’t allowed back in. The security guards woke them up frequently. The protesters didn’t plan ahead with body functions, so they likely pissed themselves.

  9. Jimbro, they asked for buckets and didn’t get any, were miffed that VW wasn’t accommodating them.

  10. Obama is still a clusterfuck, I counted three cuts in a 30-second ad for Fetterman.

  11. Yeah, it’s that second one, Roamy. I have no idea why the people pushing the devotion to DM picked it over the original.

  12. Leon, I think the story is that someone saw the Divine Mercy painting, didn’t get a photograph of it, but decided to reproduce it and spread the devotion in the U.S. The original stayed behind the Iron Curtain for a long time.

    In related news, Mini-me is on retreat this weekend. She is contemplating working as a campus missionary for two years after graduation. I don’t know what to think about that.

  13. You go where the heathens are, I suppose, and US colleges are certainly overrun.

  14. The second Jesus looked like the bearded “female” who was interviewing Dylan for the beauty company. Ultima or Ulti or whatever it is.

  15. Yeah. Face is too smooth, too much foundation, something just “off”.

  16. Interesting concept. The gold standard for surgery (when antibiotic prophylaxis is needed) is administration of IV antibiotics within 60 minutes of skin incision, preferably 30 minutes.

    “The technique of IO regional administration creates a Biers block of antibiotic to the limb through injection of the prophylactic antibiotic into the proximal tibial metaphyseal bone, with an inflated tourniquet on the leg. The antibiotics from the tibial metaphyseal bone flow directly into the limb’s venous system and fill the limb below the tourniquet within seconds. This provides high antibiotic concentrations to all the tissues of the entire limb. This technique has been shown to provide patients with tissue and bone concentrations of antibiotic around the knee that are 10- to 15-fold higher than those receiving conventional IV prophylactic antibiotics.”

    A “Biers block” is a technique of regional anesthesia primarily used on the upper extremity below the shoulder. The arm is exsanguinated with an esmarch bandage and a double tourniquet is applied. Then lidocaine is injected into a previously positioned IV on the dorsum of the hand. Within minutes the entire arm below the tourniquet is numb. Double tourniquet to decrease the risk of a failure where the body gets a lidocaine bolus and cardiac arrhythmia.

    Anyway, injecting antibiotics into the proximal tibia after tourniquet inflation is being done here. They had good results so I expect more of this in the future when I find $20

  17. I would prefer her to use the degree that I’m currently paying for, but I think she would make a good missionary, and if she’s going to do this, better next year than some ambiguous time in the future. I need more details. Mr. RFH thinks she wants to earn her master’s degree at the same time, and she might be assuming the master’s has the same effort per credit hour as a bachelor’s.

  18. I could never get more than 2 contemporary classes for my master’s at a time, so even with a FT job it felt much easier. It was also only 30 credits rather than 128 for my BSE.

  19. There are never too many memes.
    Ever.
    Not ever, never.
    No.

  20. I don’t get it.

  21. Wait, no, I get it now.

    No minorities, and the movie actually got made, so one character had a gay thought and is dealing with it by being an asshole and oh Heavens isn’t rural Wales so awful for LGBTQWTFBBQ+.

  22. TODAY IS INTERNATIONAL CAPS LOCK DAY.

  23. Biden supposedly fell asleep during an interview, but it looked more like a transient ischemic attack to me. My grandfather used to have those.

  24. “Zoned out”, yeah.

  25. I MUST HAVE MISSED THE GAY-THOUGHT-THING.

  26. JUST AN EDUCATED GUESS BASED ON THE CURRENT YEAR.

  27. Pupster = our meme lord and savior

  28. Comment by PepeLp on October 22, 2022 9:43 am
    Pupster = our meme lord and savior

    ——
    Pepe knows stuff.

  29. I watched a fun video on papal resignations today. I had thought BXVI was the second, but depending on how you count it’s more like the ninth. I also learned about the… colorful… papacy of Benedict IX.

  30. LOL I loved the King Charles job thing.

    That cunt and I are the same age.

  31. Anyone watch The Peripheral?

    I am enjoying it.

  32. I don’t really watch anything anymore. Last movie I saw was Beavis and Butthead do the Universe.

  33. Tearing out the garden today, was considering trying to save a couple of the strawberry plants, but I’m not sure my sunroom is warm enough in winter and the cats get out there sometimes and might kill them anyhow.

  34. This year we are having the most spectacular Autumn color show. Best in, I don’t know, at least ten years. Two maples flanking the neighbor’s yard are like, fluorescent on fire and getting better every day. Amazing views every where we drive. It’s gonna be a gorgeous day and we are setting out to go meet some new clients and then have a hike in the country.
    Our life is not as great as Pupster’s nor are we the luckiest dogs alive, but still, it is pretty sweet to have the nice day we’re having.

  35. Why you tearing out strawbs? They’re perennial.

  36. Because I planted them in the regular garden and I want to keep that for vegetables, I really needed to give them their own bed with some netting or something. I might just pot them up on the front (southern) porch and build them a bed of their own next spring.

  37. I’ve overwintered them crowded in deep seedflats on my unheated porch. Just got to remember to still water them occasionally when it gets above freezing. They get thirsty and dry out easy.

  38. So does your mom.

  39. I THOUGHT THERE WAS AN UPDATE TO THE STORY. I SAW THE ORIGINAL.

  40. WE HAVE A LINK TO THE BIDEN FALLING ASLEEP STORY? I LOVE THAT SHIT.

  41. NC Lt. Gov. had a barnburner of a speech at CPAC last weekend. Finally spent the 12 minutes to listen to the whole thing.

  42. DID THEY CUT OUT THE DOWNTIME IN THAT CLIP? IT LOOKS LIKE JUST A LONG EYEBLINK.

  43. That’s my bet, Pupster.

  44. Poor Brandon, guy can’t catch a break

  45. THERE’S A REAL OBVIOUS EDIT THERE WHEN THE REPORTER SAYS OH! I’LL BET IT WAS SO BAD THEY ONLY RELEASED THIS EDIT TO BURY THE REAL LONG BLANKOUT WITH LOTS OF DROOL.

  46. OR, YOU KNOW, IT WAS JUST A BLINK AND A HALF WHERE THE LIGHTS DIMMED THEN SLOWLY CAME BACK UP.

    WHY IS SOME SCRUB OF A REPORTER GETTING THIS INTERVIEW?

  47. I rode in a van with a kid from the uk from krakow to Auschwitz today. He asked me what Americans thought about Biden. I told him that half of them think he’s not Trump and the other half think he’s the biggest disaster in American history and that I’m in the latter. I then gave him a lesson on how fucked up the US govt has become and the press’s roll in it.

  48. LOOKS LIKE THE FOLKS OF PENNSYLVANIA HAVE THE CHOICE BETWEEN AN OBESE BRAIN DAMAGED UNACCOMPLISHED LOSER AND A TV DOCTOR GROOMER WHO SUPPORTS CHILD MUTILATION AND GUN CONFISCATION.

  49. Pupster, if I search the internet for that video all these ‘fact-checker’ sites pop up in the top of the results.
    MUST PROTECT THE CORRUPT VEGETABLE

  50. WE ARE ALL ROETHLISBERGER!

  51. I LIKE THIS SHOUTY VERSION OF THE HOTSAUSAGES

  52. 15 pounds of ground beef, 25 hot Italian sausage links, 6 cans of diced tomatoes and 1 of whole tomato, 8 cans of tomato sauce and about a bills worth of spices. My kitchen smells like heaven and looks like hell. Tomorrow I boil noodles, make the Ricotta mix and assemble enough Lasagne to last the winter, or six weeks in the event Brandon triggers the nuclear war with Russia.

  53. We met a Carolina Dog on our hike today, also known as the American Dingo or the Dixie Dingo.

    Asian dog that found its way here thousands of years ago. Still living wild in the southeast.

  54. Asian dog that found its way here thousands of years ago. Still living wild in the southeast.
    lots of other nationalities that have been here for far less time. I’m surprised the Asian dog isn’t demanding reparations, like the rest.

    BTW, Asian dog sounds racist. Are you a tenured liberal college professor or from the hood or something?

  55. Nighthawks diner referenced in the hobby thread at Mothership.
    I was just thinking about that diner in the wee hours of this morning trying to drift back to sleep after waking up.
    What are the odds? And of course it means I’ll see two or three more nighthawks references in the coming days. I keep forgetting what the name of that phenomenon is.

  56. I keep forgetting what the name of that phenomenon is.
    I think it’s the same as the name of a topless bar in Fort Wayne where I could see all the cute girls with rich parents that frowned upon them having anything to do with their lesser class mates from High school and how far they advanced in society after graduating, it’s called Deja Vu.

    Yaeh, I even tucked a buck in the Town council leaders daughters panties a time of two, smelled like rotten tuna and coke.

  57. U.S. supply chain looking mighty shaky right about now
    ——-
    I saw another report that US diesel fuel reserves are at just 28 days and of course the price is through the roof as well. Gonna be a modest Christmas this year.

    I predict a lot of No Gift Pacts will be initiated and enforced

  58. I’ve heard about Carolina Dogs in the past and being a ACD fanatic considered them as a breed but there are not many breeders around here and Paula would kill me if I even mentioned another dog … it’s hard enough to deal with the three dingbat dingoes we have now.

    Beautiful dogs

    https://tinyurl.com/xbcwaa7e

  59. https://carolinadogfanciers.com/

  60. lumps, it is scary what we are seeing at store level. All the clothes that were offshore for months, finally showed up. Spring clothes showed up after Winter set. They are being auctioned off. We put out 600 short sleeve Levi tees on Wednesday. Had to liquidate on Friday. Cooking oil shortage is still a deal. Turkeys. Between Avian flu and Bidenflation…we’re getting hams for Thanksgiving.

  61. UCLA is getting spanked!!

  62. After waiting for months and months for our appliances during the first round of supply issues, I’m worried about getting durable goods when they are needed. Going to get a new coffee maker bc this one is getting old. Might as well, inflation will only make it more painful when we inevitably have to replace it. The one I have now cost ~$50 in the beginning of 2018 and now costs about $70.
    I want to get a new hot water heater and just stash it in the cellar too. That’s a disaster just waiting to happen.
    Still rebuilding fresh food supply after that recent freezer fiasco. There is a baby latch reinforcing the door on that freezer now.

  63. I need a CD player. We have a boom box in the garage. Dan is supposed to be looking for it. We have so much camping gear. Dan no longer wants to tent camp. He thinks we’re too old.

  64. I decided I’m too old to have to split firewood with a sledge and wedges or splitting maul. Got a 40-ton hydraulic splitter from Tractor Supply. The house will be warm this winter!

  65. Cut and split is $275/cord around here and the only labor involved is stacking it in the garage. You ought to sell bundles of camp wood to tourists. That’s a real common site around here, “Camp Wood” for $10 a bundle at the end of a driveway with a lockbox beside it for the money.

  66. I a soon dat guy din lern no rite in.

  67. good idea on the latch

  68. I remember when camp wood was $3 in Acadia.

  69. wear shorts when you visit my brother. he is NOT going to be cold after working outside all day. he heats with wood too

  70. I may do that latch, too.

  71. Hungarian paprikish for supper, very tasty! really thin liquid so I’m making rice out of that

  72. wow the rice is REALLY good

  73. 10 Minute Rice

  74. Roamy, I’m team ROY G BIV

  75. home run derby in the phi SD game

  76. I made butternut squash and sausage soup for lunch, crockpot pork roast with mustard, steak seasoning mix, and sliced apples for supper.

  77. I’ll be over for leftovers tomorrow, Roamy.

    In other news I could have gotten a decent quality Kei (Japanese mini-truck) for less than $5k two years ago but they are all around $9k now.
    This is merely a historical note about inflation and the effect of market demand.

  78. Chuck roasts were $3.99 a pound, and pork belly was $2.99

  79. DuPont engineers reworked polymers.

  80. The Banshees of Inisherin looks to be a very odd movie


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