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dv8 - totally not curvycom
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dv8 - totally not curvycom
18 days ago

Pretty much slept through Saturday after the Big Route.

The problem seems to be the mail machine, which is taking me more and more time to coax to completion of the run.

dv8 - totally not curvycom
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dv8 - totally not curvycom
18 days ago

I thought I had something else to tell you all about, or ask you. But It seems to be out of context for now.

Fatwa Arbuckle: Misanthropologist
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Caturday salutations, GN!

Hiya dv8 (and Harper!!1!)!

Sorry to read you’re having trouble with the mail machine; hope someone can sort that out for you. (I find malfunctioning equipment extremely frustrating; especially when it’s something essential to getting a task completed on a timely basis.)

I see that Jen Piss-Hockey (H/T AoSHQ) admitted at a presser yesterday the White House is, in fact, working with Facebook to censor stuff they don’t like.

I wonder if we’ll ever know who’s running our mush-brained feeb of a fake POTUS.

Brad Raffensperger -- GA’s SecState -- has suddenly admitted there were big problems with the election count in Fulton County. Yet, that rat-bastard certified the election. I’m assuming that some serious malfeasance has been uncovered during the audit…beyond what’s already been (sort of) made public.

I’ll be curious to see the results of AZ’s audit, too.

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dv8 - totally not curvycom
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dv8 - totally not curvycom
17 days ago

Jen Piss-Hockey” lolol!

You are teh best, Fatwa!!

Sven 2-0
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Sven 2-0
18 days ago

Good morning, Fatwa, and Dv8 --

Rest well, Dv8.

“For the greater good, by all mean necessary, if it saves one life” is becoming govt’s operating philosophy, Fatwa.

There was a report yesterday that the AP did an audit of AZ votes cast and found only a couple hundred bad ballots. Haven’t come across a good takedown on that yet, but from briefly reading their story it doesn’t seem like they took a deep dive into anything.

Sven 2-0
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Sven 2-0
18 days ago

The more pundits and Biden people that jump into the “vaccines are good and safe and everyone must get one” boat, the more I’m second-guessing my decision to get vaccinated.

Paddy O'Furnijur, Village Souse
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Paddy O'Furnijur, Village Souse
17 days ago

Happy Caturday, Gerbil Nation!
Good morning, dv8 (and Harper!), Fatwa, and Sven!

Sven -- you brought up some good points last night regarding misinformation, which ties in with Fatwa’s comment this morning about the government working with social media to censor views they don’t like. This administration is becoming more authoritarian day by day -- even, dare I say, fascistic. Yet those who spent the previous four years screaming that Trump was an authoritarian are strangely quiet. They don’t care about authoritarianism, they just want their side to be in control. Control of the narrative, followed by control of speech is a proven method to take control.

Paddy O'Furnijur, Village Souse
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Paddy O'Furnijur, Village Souse
17 days ago

Something interesting I found on AoS.

https://twitter.com/AcsAgainstCRT/status/1415786311848443904



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Sven 2-0
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Sven 2-0
17 days ago

Interesting. We have been fighting this enemy for a long time, or at least this enemy has been around for a long time but only has begun to win in the last 10-15 years. I’m still flummoxed by the “why” of it.

Sven 2-0
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Sven 2-0
17 days ago
Reply to  Just Mac

But didn’t those seem like one offs, Mac? Thinking back to the Rodney King trial 30 years ago, I was struck in the same fashion: watching the trial every day and then seeing the news coverage disconnect from what actually occurred in court that day, did show the bias and the slant, but I never would have guessed it was that prevalent.

dv8 - totally not curvycom
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dv8 - totally not curvycom
17 days ago
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Seems like yesterday. I remember those hearings.

Sven 2-0
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Sven 2-0
17 days ago
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It’s a power grab to what end? Why are liberty, individual rights, natural law, etc. such a threat and so unseemly and evil to them?

And is it worse now because an entire generation has been raised on those beliefs and that generation has grown up and now sits in the driver’s seat? Or has it been this bad all along and we are only seeing it openly now?

I keep thinking about Maslow’s hierarchy of needs… It fits in here somewhere.

dv8 - totally not curvycom
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dv8 - totally not curvycom
17 days ago
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The Frankfurt Commies landed at Columbia University in 1914. It has been downhill ever since. The lag in response time of freedom loving people to these evils is often over 50 years, sometimes only 20 or so, some times even more than 50. We can’t conceive of such evil actually existing. It is what makes us vulnerable.

Sven 2-0
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Sven 2-0
17 days ago

My truck hit a milestone today -- 150,000 miles. Hope to keep it to at least 200,000.

dv8 - totally not curvycom
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dv8 - totally not curvycom
17 days ago
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ever since about 1995 or so, cars have ben lasting much longer. So at least some things get better.

Sven 2-0
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Sven 2-0
17 days ago

I know I mentioned that our next door neighbors fled CA yesterday, but another funny anecdote. They took one of their vehicles in to a local mechanic to have it checked out before the trip and were told that theirs was the sixth vehicle they had looked at that week for the same reason -- people leaving CA.

dv8 - totally not curvycom
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dv8 - totally not curvycom
17 days ago

Evening GN. I think I overslept again. This is a bad precedent. I was going to get up earlier and go grocery shopping. Well… Maybe tomorrow morning. I’ll still be up, I guess.

Paddy O'Furnijur, Village Souse
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Paddy O'Furnijur, Village Souse
17 days ago

Y’all have made a lot of good points. There will always be people who wish to exercise power over others -- some to fulfill their need to dominate, and others (a minority) who honestly believe that they know better. In the past, I think our balance of power has blunted a lot of the power of these authoritarians. As Congress has slowly ceded power to both the Executive and Judicial branches, we’ve seen an increase in the impact of these authoritarian desires. The SCOTUS no longer slaps down Congressional overreach, as Congress no longer passes laws to curtail judicial overreach. Lack of transparency and the lack of a press interested in investigating malfeasance, regardless of party, have allowed individuals and groups to exercise outsized control over our government leviathan. Citizens -- and others -- have gotten used to government handouts and no longer ask what is best for the country, only what is best for themselves.

dv8 - totally not curvycom
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dv8 - totally not curvycom
17 days ago

Hey Paddy. It’s pretty amazing actually how resistant our system is. But nothing is invulnerable.

We’ve been sending our kids to government indoctrination schools for 70+ years. It doesn’t even matter if most students get red pilled at some point in their lives, the Marxist hordes don’t need you for your entire life, If they only have you for 10 or 20 years… that’s enough to sway things in their favor.

Even Clarence Thomas was a radical marxist when he was young.

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dv8 - totally not curvycom
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dv8 - totally not curvycom
17 days ago

Well…. it’s been over a week since I haven’t been able to get on the wheel except by TOR or other means. Maybe the thingy is fixed (knock wood)