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Did y04 raise this question from Jan 21 2017 to Jan 19th, 2021?


I didn't see it, so what did the video show...?





Cahill has been a "birther" from day one (or two, at the latest), hasn't he?

Durham's report is just now....


« on: September 20, 2021, 03:44:35 PM »
Thank you!

I had not looked at the "national rankings" in a while.

Turns out that Panama, where my wife and I have lived for 17 years, is:

#38 re: deaths per population  (overall, the world is about #95)
#28 re: cases per population   (overall, the world is about #116)

Nothing to brag about too much, but they have avoided the kind of meltdown you see in some of the health systems, including "Death Panels" (Oooops!!!) in "Red States" like Utah, Arkansas and Mississippi.

IMO, one reason for the decent performance in Panama is there is ZERO discernible opposition to mask-wearing (required everywhere in public) and very little anti-vax sentiment, aside from a few American Expats whom I know.


'Lost golden city' found in Egypt reveals lives of ancient pharaohs

A recent archeological discovery sheds new light on the 18th Dynasty BEFORE invasions of Greeks, Hyksos, Arabs, etc.

Researchers found evidence that the city was occupied during the reign of and possibly built by Amenhotep III.

It remains hilarious to me that folks want to argue with the stone portrait of this Black man!!

The Brother at Home Team History does his thing again!

Here's a BBC article:

The discovery of a 3,000-year-old city that was lost to the sands of Egypt has been hailed as one of the most important archaeological finds since Tutankhamun's tomb.

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Politics / Re: Rally In Support Of Capitol Attackers Draws A Small Crowd
« on: September 19, 2021, 03:05:24 AM »
QUOTE from the article...
Right-wing researchers like Jared Holt had said that online chatter among extremists suggested few people would show for fear of a trap by law enforcement. Far-right figures, including Gab CEO Andrew Torba and QAnon conspiracy leader Ron Watkins, encouraged their followers not to attend for fear of ― as Torba put it ― becoming “a political prisoner of the state.”

Members of the violent gang the Proud Boys also opted not to show, with one member suggesting that the rally “sounds like bait,” Holt pointed out in his Substack newsletter.

The conspiracists are suffering from what happens to conspiracists.  They "spin up" more conspiracies to one-up each other.*

The multitude of conspiracies keep growing until they are working at cross-purposes.

Ultimately, they implode upon one another.  And we get 200 people at a rally that was supposed to be a big deal.

"Paranoia strikes deep
Into your life it will creep
Starts when you're always afraid
Step out of line
The Man will take you away.

We better stop now
What's that sound
Everybody look what's going down!"

(Name the group that recorded that song.....without looking it up!)

And then there's the chickensh!t coward-ass GQP "leaders" in Congress too afraid of their own shadows (and a #3TimeLoser45 "Tweet") to do ANYthing but kiss his butt.

They weren't going to go out there with those LOSERS unless #ErraticTrump told 'em to go.  And he's too scared to go anywhere in "public" for fear someone will tell him the truth to his face:
He's tryna keep his "fingerprints" off of anything that might make him accountable for the dirt he's doing.

Y'all, THAT's the NUMBER ONE REASON, his attempted coup was a flop, and it's half-ass continued effort will be a flop:


*An analog to this is what I observed at the height of "Black militancy" in the 1970s.

Folks in a room would sometimes try to OUTDO each other with the most "radical"-sounding rhetoric they could come up with, OR alternately, the most bizarre scenario of what "The Man" (always hated that particular sh!t) was going to do to us.

In a slightly different category - but the same idea - I'll never forget a guy "asking" me - since African/Black folks look so different from Euros and Asians - if I thought Black folks were from the Moon!!!

Thank goodness, there was no social media back then!!!






Why do you condone the reckless behavior of democrats.

THIS ^^^ is but another example of "MAJORING in the minors"

We've been through a period filled with:
pathological lying by a GQP President
clear betrayal of the country by that Pres by siding with Putin
prima facie case of soliciting foreign help in the election
- and offering a quid pro quo for that help
undermining of the justice system
crebible accusations of sexual assault

And, during that entire time, y04 has been either COMPLETELY SILENT or offered some milque-toast three word cliche.
NO serious criticism of any of that.

But his fingers find the keyboard to criticize "reckless behavior" of Dems not wearing a F'ing mask.

It's just so sad!



Let us take a moment to mourn those killed......

They reportedly include one man, who had applied (or had received) a visa based on his working with the US forces.  He and many members of his family, and SEVERAL children, were blown apart.

Charred body parts of children strewn around!!



Politics / Re: Train passenger erupts at hypocrisy as dem flouts mask rules
« on: September 18, 2021, 11:00:11 AM »

Many thanks, Strike!!!  (.....dang!  THANKS, SoFlo!!)

Appreciate that. Truly.


Politics / Re: Train passenger erupts at hypocrisy as dem flouts mask rules
« on: September 16, 2021, 09:09:18 PM »
Is this FOX News being petty in pointing out the hypocrisy of Dems despite always failing to point out the hypocrisy of those on the right? Yep.

But McAuliffe should have been in a mask on that train, though.

Of course, you & Iceman are correct.

Many observers say that what fueled the recall process in Cali was the governor going to a fancy restaurant and hanging out maskless with some elites while telling citizens to mask up and not frequent crowded spaces.

Sen. Al Franken was pressed to resign for simply taking a stupid photo PRETENDING to fondle someone.  Meanwhile, the GQP is lockstep with a dude who is credibly accused by more than a dozen women of ACTUAL sexual assault!!!  And supporting another dude who seems to be on the way to indictment for sex trafficking of underage girls!!

So, it is clear that Repubs embrace sexual deviancy and immoral hypocrisy within their own ranks, but Dems are hyper-sensitive to something even close to the line in theirs.





Reading is Fundamental!!!
This thread is about "sell outs."



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