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  • Commented on What happens now?
    So. what part of a guy who own a small farm (and still farms it), while being choked out by extractive capitalist Big Ag, learning, in his middle adult years, while still farming, how to fly small planes, navigate, etc....
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    Good grief -- the difference between a private jet and private plane is millions. I grew up with these people, I was born into them, and they have garages filled with vehicles from jet skis to motor boats to land...
  • Commented on What happens now?
    It's beyond time to drop that bs that the people who are miserable and hating are the disadvantaged. The truly disadvantaged don't have time for this kind of fandango. Too busy just surviving. Report after report, study after study, has...
  • Commented on What happens now?
    Pardons ae the penultimate shoggothian federal / potus grift: https://www.nytimes.com/2021/01/17/us/politics/trump-pardons.html [ "Prospect of Pardons in Final Days Fuels Market to Buy Access to Trump The president’s allies have collected tens of thousands of dollars — and potentially much more —...
  • Commented on What happens now?
    With him gone, and hopefully be tried for multiple crimes, federal and state, and then the biggest ones of all, collaborating with Russia in both elections in which he ran, his incitement to riot, pressuring state officials to throw the...
  • Commented on What happens now?
    REPLY Greg Tingley 1074 This ongoing asymetrical* civil war for white supremacy-authoritarian-evangelical xtian extremist take-over has been shooting for a long time already. It took he 6th to finally got a lot of voters to actually admit it. This included...
  • Commented on What happens now?
    First, where comes this persistent false info, this grifter, who kills everything he touches, has any money? What's he's got is a Rocky Mountain chain of debt and law suits. Which will likely include the very place he expects to...
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    Much to gravely worry any sensible human being here. Military tells Pelosi that she and the House and Senate must block him from this; due to chain of command they cannot. And she can't either. Quote: "Is there anything Milley...
  • Commented on Submarine coming through!
    REPLY @Nancy Lebovitz 918 Thank you so very much for the link to "The Four Black Deaths". It travels up many of the alleys I've been hiking in the last 10 years or so -- though entirely without the author's...
  • Commented on Submarine coming through!
    Anyone who believes anything involving sex, kink, cruelty, humiliation, even outright rape or torture, will have the least effect or impression on the shoggoth cultists -- that ships sailed in 2016 and sunk to the bottom of the political sea....
  • Commented on So you say you want a revolution
    Greg Tingey | December 16, 2020 21:03 | Reply 1020: [...Evil white slavers" ( Of 200+ years ago ) have shut up, possibly temporarily, but they don't seem to be getting exited about present-day slavery being racially imposed by the...
  • Commented on So you say you want a revolution
    REPLY 981 @Tingley ["I note all the "evil white slaveowners of 200 years ago" wankers have gorn all quiet of late - I wonder why?"] If you were paying attention there is a great deal of protesting, even unto putting...
  • Commented on So you say you want a revolution
    There is a problem with signing in and posting, with 'insecure' message . . . . ~~~~~~~~~~~ REPLY @Barry 893 Texas petitioned the US to become a state becasue it was 1) terrified that free Mexico, to which it belonged,...
  • Commented on So you say you want a revolution
    I've been discussing the le Carré universe and the books extensively elsewhere. The participants are le Carré admirers, and know his work well, over a long span of time, as the books arrived, so it is going well. I cannot,...
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    Reply @ Greyden 800 ["There's a lot of river barge traffic in the eastern half of North America, but it for the most part came in with the railroad, not before."] The most important and influential canal development was the...
  • Commented on So you say you want a revolution
    Thank you, Charlie, for such a detailed and cogent essay on BREXIT -- Who wants it, Why they want it, and how everybody else will pay for it and suffer very much. Also thank you, commentators to Charlie's essay, for...
  • Commented on Dead Lies Dreaming: Spoilers
    Hard vs Soft sciences? A physician told me once the reason sciences such as biology are referred to as soft is because they all ultimately deal with 'squishy' things like bodies, whether animal,human or vegetable that are filled with yucky...
  • Commented on Dead Lies Dreaming: Spoilers
    I wasn't clear -- it was important to the Europeans after the 15th C for Christians at least, if not Islam or Judaism, to separate themselves as starkly as possible -- in their own minds, at least, and in the...
  • Commented on Dead Lies Dreaming: Spoilers
    Christianity and the other monotheistic religions were never far from indigenous paganism until the age of European colonial conquest. 1453 -- the magical processions in Constantinople to power the the Virgin's and the Saints' erection of a magical invincible dome...
  • Commented on Countdown to Crazy
    REPLY @2013 [" Do flowering magnolias have some significance for people who grow up in the north that they need to have one in their garden if they end up living in the south other than the Gone With The...
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    @1957 REPLY: ["...food grade buckets with gasketed lids. I think 1, 3 & 5 gallon sizes..."] Those pails are great. We have several, in different size as our apt. is very tiny and we have been isolating since March, and...
  • Commented on Countdown to Crazy
    Reply 1879 ["At $20,000 a day, Mr. Giuliani’s rate would be above the top-of-the-line lawyers in Washington and New York who can charge as much as $15,000 a day if they are spending all their time working for a client."]...
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    @Niala Reply 1476: Isn't it Monaco where all good dictators, deposed tyrants and abdicated kings go to end their days? (Or if a Russian gangster-pol, London generally, right?)...
  • Commented on Countdown to Crazy
    Today I saw this shoggoth coup described as "the Fyre Festival of coups." There is nothing he doesn't turn into failure. Next will be his own broadcast network to be financed by the donations to his PAC for 2024. As...
  • Commented on Countdown to Crazy
    1186 @ Elderly Cynic Troutwaxer is correct. Further, momenclature such as Democrat and Republican in the 1830's did not mean what was meant by the parties of the 20th century. Back then, it was Whigs (sorta heirs to the Federalists)...
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    I've read A Distant Mirror several times. Problem is she's not a medievalist and those secondary sources out of which her research was compiled have been in many areas refuted or superceded, particularly via the new enlightenment provided by archeology,...
  • Commented on Countdown to Crazy
    In my city we had nearly 1million, 200 thousand early voters last week. This despite the entirely incompetent, lazy and jerkish Board of Elections doing their level best to make voting if not exactly impossible, as difficult as possible. Mail-in...
  • Commented on Countdown to Crazy
    @ 194 P J Evans Watch us fall down laughing. As They do to this very day, every second of every day They project on others what Their own objectives, goals and behaviors are. [ "...it's also to keep it...
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    @ 199 Richard Gadson: Washington, D.C. was created to appease the Southern slaveholder power structure, particularly those of Virginia. There were a lot of reasons to do so: https://washington.org/dc-information/washington-dc-history Another very large reason was they were terrified of the still...
  • Commented on Upcoming Attractions!
    Who are those who call themselves Republicans 'serving' in D.C. these days, who never say nay to rumptubtup, though in private they say they think he's dreadful? Why, they are Republicans even more disgusting and depraved, cowardly and corrupt, than...
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