Quite the rally today in D.C.

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Looks like people are getting fed up with the mandates coming out of Mordor on the Potomac

Dr Malone developed the idea and the technologies behind mRNA vaccines:

Journalist Del Bigtree was on fire:

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. was excellent:

We The People are taking this government back from the corrupt goblins.

A voice of reason - the Wuhan Flu

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Excellent editorial from The Brownstone Institute but it gets better;
check out the authors' CVs:

The Emergency Must Be Ended, Now
The time has come to terminate the pandemic state of emergency. It is time to end the controls, the closures, the restrictions, the plexiglass, the stickers, the exhortations, the panic-mongering, the distancing announcements, the ubiquitous commercials, the forced masking, the vaccine mandates.

We don’t mean that the virus is gone – omicron is still spreading wildly, and the virus may circulate forever. But with a normal focus on protecting the vulnerable, we can treat the virus as a medical rather than a social matter and manage it in ordinary ways. A declared emergency needs continuous justification, and that is now lacking.

What follows is a very reasoned explanation and they close with these lines:

Given that omicron, with its mild infection, is running its course to the end, there is no justification for maintaining emergency status. The lockdowns, personnel firings and shortages and school disruptions have done at least as much damage to the population’s health and welfare as the virus.

The state of emergency is not justified now, and it cannot be justified by fears of a hypothetical recurrence of some more severe infection at some unknown point in the future. If such a severe new variant were to occur – and it seems unlikely from omicron – then that would be the time to discuss a declaration of emergency.

Americans have sacrificed enough of their human rights and of their livelihoods for two years in the service of protecting the general public health. Omicron is circulating but it is not an emergency. The emergency is over. The current emergency declaration must be canceled. It is time.

The authors have pretty awesome curriculum vitae:

  • Harvey Risch is Professor of Epidemiology in the Department of Epidemiology and Public Health at the Yale School of Public Health and Yale School of Medicine.
  • Jay Bhattacharya, Senior Scholar of Brownstone Institute, is a Professor of Medicine at Stanford University.
  • Dr. Paul Alexander is an epidemiologist focusing on clinical epidemiology, evidence-based medicine, and research methodology.

I am willing to bet good money that these people know what they are taking about...

So true - first graders

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The narrative may be changing but the elites are not letting up:

They will change to Narrative 2.0 this spring but... A new pandemic, a new vaccine, lather, rinse, repeat.

On this day in 1855

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John Moses Browning was born.

Still kicking myself - his house was for sale in 2009

$374K with all original interior.  Gorgeous.

I had posted about this ten days ago here: Railroad strike in the offing?

Looks like it's not just a rumor.  From KFYR TV in Minot, ND:

17,000 union employees for BNSF prepare to strike
A new work policy at BNSF Railway that starts Feb. 1 has prompted more than 17,000 employees to decide to go on strike over what they call “the worst attendance policy ever.”

The SMART Transportation Union released the following statement: “This unprecedented BNSF policy repudiates direct and clear contract language and, in application, will attempt to force our members to report for duty without regard for their medical condition as we struggle to come out of a pandemic,” the presidents said. “It also stands to take away any ability by our members to avoid working fatigued when they are routinely called without warning due to the complete lack of reliable train lineups, thus creating the potential for an even more unsafe railroad operation. So-called ‘forced overtime’ in an industry where safety is so critical not only repudiates our agreements, it stands to enact irreparable harm on hundreds of full-time employees whose non-workplace obligations prevent them from being at work every day of their life.”

You think we have supply-chain problems now? Things are going to get really interesting really quickly.  Gay Mayor Pete is totally out of his depth with this.

Mark Cuban has done it again:  CostPlus Drug Company
From their mission statement:

A letter from Mark Cuban
We started Mark Cuban Cost Plus Drug Company because every American should have access to safe, affordable medicines. If you don’t have insurance or have a high deductible plan, you know that even the most basic medications can cost a fortune. Many people are spending crazy amounts of money each month just to stay healthy. No American should have to suffer or worse - because they can’t afford basic prescription medications.

If you are fortunate enough to have health insurance with a low deductible, the high cost of drugs is driving up the premiums that you or your employer pay, making getting health insurance expensive and challenging.

The Mark Cuban Cost Plus Drug Company takes these problems head on.

This page has a list of what they carry, the MSRP and their cost.  You do have to pay cash out of pocket - they do not go through insurance companies but, with these prices? Zero problem.

Supply chain shortages

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This one gives me the willies - from Redit/r/PrepperIntel

Polymer shortage affecting O-ring and seal availability from Parker Hannifin
Parker Hannifin sent an email out to their supply base, informing us that their raw material supplier has restricted them to 20-50% allocation for a minimum 6 month duration. The email gives the customer base a choice to accept a choice of no new orders for the duration, or a force majeure contract termination. This affects most low temperature O-rings and seals. In our case, we have a bunch of sole-sourced part numbers that we're going to have to scramble to get alternatives for(if they even exist).

Parker Hannifin is the MacDaddy of O-rings - here is a listing which describes O-rings, their use and the various global manufacturers, PH is at the top with nobody else coming close.

Top O-Ring Suppliers in the USA
Although O-rings are small, simple, and low-cost products, they are an absolute necessity throughout a multitude of industries, including automotive, aerospace, marine, oil and gas, healthcare, food and water, pharmaceutical, and chemical, to name a few. O-rings are pressure-resistant gaskets or seals used to prevent the leaks of fluids or gasses.

O-rings are a consumable with a fixed lifespan.  They are used everywhere and if there is a shortage, a lot of things are going to not work very well after a while.  Also, if you take something apart for other service, it is customary to replace all O-rings when reassembling.  The slightest nick and there is a leak.  Good preventive medicine to do when you have it apart anyway.

This is going to really suck...

Has *Resident Poopy-Pants brought us to the brink of World War Three?
Analysis from Hal Turner:

After Failed Geneva Meeting, Military Escalation Happening at Stunning Pace
After the failed meeting between the US and Russia in Geneva this morning, war preparations have escalated to a stunning degree. At this writing at 3:23 PM eastern US time on 21 January, a total of TWO HUNDRED (200) military trains are either enroute to, or have arrived in, Belarus from Russia.

The average number of cars in one train is 50, and the total number of trains with military equipment transferred to Belarus is now 200.

The United States will send additional military aid to Ukraine in the near future, the White House said.

The US DoD is working on military options that could be activated to beef up US military presence eastern Europe as a deterrence if Russian invades Ukraine. This could include “movement of assets and forces already in Europe and also assets and forces available outside of Europe" official sources say.

Romanian NATO Deputy Secretary-General Mircea Geoana on Friday rejected Russia’s “anachronistic” demand for the Atlantic alliance to withdraw from Romania and Bulgaria, members since 2007.

Blinken said after talks with Russia's foreign minister on Friday that Moscow would face a ‘swift, severe’ response if it invades Ukraine.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announces Canada is giving Ukraine a loan of $120-million dollars as it faces Russian aggressions at its border.

White House Spox Psaki says the administration has notified Congress of the US' intent to deliver Mi-17 helicopters to Ukraine.

Biden will meet this weekend with his nat'l security team while Biden's at Camp David.

The Czech Republic will deliver artillery shells with a caliber of 152 millimeters to Ukraine. Kyiv asked for them.

Russia vows 'most serious consequences' if US ignores its concerns.

The Democrats fscked up Afghanisan and now they are doing the same to Europe.

Let us hope that cooler heads prevail but... Keep your powder dry, your family close and check your provisions. Moving some of my radio equipment to a faraday cage I built a few years ago.

A daily read: Eaton Rapids Joe has their own thoughts.

Poor Georgie - got his feewings hurt

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From Frontpage Magazine:

Soros Group Objects to Front Page Magazine Headline Linking Him to Devil, Marilyn Mosby
The indictment of Baltimore DA Marilyn Mosby on fraud and perjury charges was reported on The Point at Front Page Magazine shortly after it happened with a number of follow-ups, including this post, "Soros DA Marilyn Mosby's Indictment Blamed on Racism, the Devil."

For unclear reasons, perhaps the mention of the devil, the Soros network was not happy and I received a request for a correction from BerlinRosen acting on behalf of "Justice & Public Safety PAC, the political action committee primarily funded by George Soros", which asserted that "Mr. Soros has not -- directly or indirectly -- backed or supported or contributed to Ms. Mosby."

In response, I pointed out that while "Justice & Public Safety PAC" had not funded Mosby, she was entangled with elements of the Soros network.

More at the site - what's that line:  If you can't stand the heat, get out of the kitchen.  Soros is a sociopath.
He collaborated with the Nazis during WWII - claimed to be Christian and led them to his family friends.

Soros and people like him are what is wrong with society today.

A matter of perspective - lies

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From Chris Lynch:


Jamie Zawinski got lucky in the dot.com boom and now owns a music venue and pizza restaurant.
Today, he talks about using Facebook and Instagram for marketing:

Instagram: How not to do messaging
Though Facebook is really good at a few things -- being a rage amplifier; providing a clean, well-lit space for fascists; and allowing unmedicated schizophrenics to find each other and thereby elevate their delusions into national movements -- it's important to remember that they are actually stultifyingly incompetent at just about everything that comprises what most people think their business is.

Sadly, my businesses still have a presence on Facebook and Instagram because choosing not to use those services essentially means choosing not to advertise, and that's not really a stand we can afford to take during this pandemic apocalypse.

And since I still have to manage this shitshow, here's me pissing in the wind again about how terrible it is to try and actually use it.

More at the site.  HeyJamie - tell us what you really think 😁

Viral video - NWO update

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It's been about ten hours since I saw the new Tom MacDonald and Adam Calhoun video.
It has garnered another half-million views since then:


I would call that "Sending a Message"

Great video - New World Order

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Tom MacDonald and Adam Calhoun

Been getting noticed - it was posted today and already:


That's a lot of views in less than 24 hours.   The truth always wins out after all...

Nothing tonight - slow news day

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Nothing really catching my eye.  Got some digging to do through old emails and putting together a file for a lawyer - selling some property so need to get all my ducks in a row.

Lisa is on the road for a month - work.  Back at the end of February.

Feeling a bit drowsy so YouTube and an early bed - thrift store tomorrow as well.

A passing

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From Plum Village:

Thich Nhat Hanh, 11.10.1926-22.01.2022
This morning, the 22 of January 2022 Thay, Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh, has passed away peacefully at Từ Hiếu Temple in Huế, Vietnam, at 00:00hrs, at the age of 95.

There is an online ceremony tomorrow at 7:00PM   Ceremony on the Transition of Thich Nhat Hanh

And back home again

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Surf, dinner.  More spew later.

Productive day.

And off to work this morning

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Dog walk, quick coffee and then to the thrift store for a couple hours of sorting through other people's stuff, resisting the temptation to bring choice items home and generally trying to help out.

Back in a few hours - trip to Costco first.

Vladimir Putin - with subtitles - an epic one minute definition of what is happening:

And Author and Accountant Larry Correia:

Joe Biden has been president for a year, and he has sucked beyond all comprehension. He is quite possibly the worst president ever.

Is this going to be a biased, partisan post? Why yes. Because the democrats elected a corrupt dipshit, who has just gotten more pathetic with age. Biden sucks so bad that he is going to drag your entire political party down, and the mid terms are shaping up to be a bloodbath the likes of which American politics haven’t seen in any of our lifetimes. All that demographic inevitability you’ve been crowing about since Obama? Evaporated.

Democrat congressmen are retiring in droves because they see better polling data than we do, and in the polls the public can see, Biden is the kiss of death. Nobody can deny the stink of failure.

This rings true:

Biden has accomplished exactly one thing. And that’s demonstrating beyond a shadow of a doubt to all reasonable, thinking Americans that democrats are total shit at governing. They talk a big game, but it’s all just platitudes, wishful thinking, and magic unicorns farting free shit. Their claimed philosophy is childlike and disintegrates when it touches reality, exposing their actual philosophy, which is draconian control freaks who are compelled to meddle in everything. And the less they understand something, the more they feel the need to fuck with it.

100% correct - don't like it? Change my mind.

Tip of the hat to Peter at Bayou Renaissance Man for the links.

Two news stories from the San Francisco ABC affiliate:

Taxpayers dollars at work.  How is that shiny new train of yours going Gavin?

These people would not recognize good management if it punched them in the face.

Buffering - says it all

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Marxism - mental disorder

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Liberalism - mental disorder

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Another classic case from Seattle of all places.  This is my surprised face...
From The Daily Wire:

EXCLUSIVE: Meet The Seattle Schools Woke Indoctrination Czar Who Married A Child Molester
Spend enough time studying the “racial equity” and “ethnic studies” programs sweeping school districts across the nation and you’ll find that they are following in the footsteps, on a several-year delay, of one of America’s most progressive cities: Seattle.

It’s worth examining, then, how all that worked out in Seattle. Despite decades of the most aggressive equity programs anyone could ask for, Seattle’s racial disparities are among the worst in the nation – and they’re getting worse, not better.

At the forefront of Seattle Public Schools’ (SPS) initiatives was Tracy Castro-Gill, until recently its director of ethnic studies, who represented herself as a fierce Chicana who overcame homelessness and was willing to take on racism no matter who she had to battle, turning schools into vehicles for social change.

Castro-Gill, it turned out, was a perennially unhappy toxic liar, one who misrepresented her background to the point that her own father compared her to Rachel Dolezal, and who was ultimately pushed out of her job for repeated misconduct. A focus on racial oppression did not create resiliency, but rather despondency, with Castro-Gill and three other racial justice leaders going on paid leave from SPS for mental health issues in 2019 alone.

As Castro-Gill used children for politics in the workplace, her personal life also raised questions about the costs that can incur. She married a convicted child molester and moved her young daughter in with him. Then, her previous ex-husband told me, she pressured her child, who had serious mental impairments, to become gender-nonbinary.

The academic achievement of Seattle’s youth plummeted as she implemented initiatives like replacing math instruction with courses on “power and oppression.” But in this world, there was no such thing as failing: Those gaps were used to justify still more jobs and efforts like hers. The following book excerpt is the never-before-told story of America’s first “woke” school system.

And this story is just getting started.  Everything about her is fake.

In a just world, she would be dosed to the gills with Thorazine or some such hypnotic and locked away in a padded cell.  Completely batty. Cray cray.  The idea that she had a kid with someone beggars the imagination.  I guess some guys are just that desperate.  Or predatory. Or mentally ill.

Curious - U.S. Rep. Henry Cuellar

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Not a peep in most of the media but this sounds like a big deal.  From the Dallas/Fort Worth NBC affiliate:

FBI Confirm Search Near Texas Home of US Rep. Henry Cuellar
FBI agents searched near the Texas home of U.S. Rep. Henry Cuellar on Wednesday as they conducted what an agency spokeswoman called “court-authorized law enforcement activity.”

The motive and scope of the search was not immediately known. But a reporter for The Monitor of McAllen, Texas, which first reported the operation, reported from the scene that more than a dozen federal agents were seen passing in and out of Cuellar’s home bearing cases and other items.

“The FBI was present in the vicinity of Windridge Drive and Estate Drive in Laredo conducting court-authorized law enforcement activity,” spokeswoman Rosanne Hughes said. “The FBI cannot provide further comment on an ongoing investigation.”

Big investigation but no comment.
Of course, Mr. Cuellar is a Democrat.  Figures...

UPDATE: Sundance has it figured out.  Mr. Cuellar has been very VERY critical of *Resident Biden's policy on the Southern Border.  Rep. Cuellar's district:

Prominent Democrat, Publicly Critical of Joe Biden Border Policy, Gets a Visit from FBI Jackboots
The political motives behind this FBI effort are, yet again, brutally transparent.   The FBI are for Joe Biden what the Russian FSB is for Vladimir Putin.  That’s what they are. That’s all they are. That’s what they do.

How many dozens of examples does it take before people realize the FBI are criminal enforcers targeting any voices who rise in opposition to the DC system?

Seriously, when is enough, enough? This should be a bipartisan issue.

They were never fully under legislative control but Obama turned them into our version of the Stasi. J. Edgar Hoover (FBI founder and chief) used to keep dossiers on prominent politicians.  If they threatened his domain, an unmarked envelope with some photographs would suddenly appear on their desktop. Time for this agency to have their funding cut by 70% and for their office to be moved to Gary, Indiana.  Away from the centers of power.

That will be fun to see - CNN

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They should be for sale for pretty cheap these days - ratings are in the terlit


Raw data - now. Totally agree with this

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Why has this not been available from the start.  By law, any research done in the USA that is funded with Federal money has to be open source.  I do not know the situation in England but this is a definite call to arms.
From The British Medical Journal:

Covid-19 vaccines and treatments: we must have raw data, now
BMJ 2022; 376 doi: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.o102 (Published 19 January 2022)
Cite this as: BMJ 2022;376:o102

In the pages of The BMJ a decade ago, in the middle of a different pandemic, it came to light that governments around the world had spent billions stockpiling antivirals for influenza that had not been shown to reduce the risk of complications, hospital admissions, or death. The majority of trials that underpinned regulatory approval and government stockpiling of oseltamivir (Tamiflu) were sponsored by the manufacturer; most were unpublished, those that were published were ghostwritten by writers paid by the manufacturer, the people listed as principal authors lacked access to the raw data, and academics who requested access to the data for independent analysis were denied.

The Tamiflu saga heralded a decade of unprecedented attention to the importance of sharing clinical trial data. Public battles for drug company data, transparency campaigns with thousands of signatures, strengthened journal data sharing requirements, explicit commitments from companies to share data, new data access website portals, and landmark transparency policies from medicines regulators all promised a new era in data transparency.

Progress was made, but clearly not enough. The errors of the last pandemic are being repeated. Memories are short. Today, despite the global rollout of covid-19 vaccines and treatments, the anonymised participant level data underlying the trials for these new products remain inaccessible to doctors, researchers, and the public—and are likely to remain that way for years to come. This is morally indefensible for all trials, but especially for those involving major public health interventions.

Absolutely - what are they trying to hide? To gloss over? Release all of the data now.

Another day, another pile of boxes

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Out for some errands and then back to the house for more sorting stuff and packing things in boxes. Getting a load ready for the thrift store tomorrow.  Up to the farm next week - the ice is finally gone from the driveway so I can move the van around up there.

Dog walk and coffee first...

Zombies in our midst

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Little do they know what they have let into their bodies
From Made By Jimbob published at Arkhaven


Obey - I command you

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This is really bad for both species:


Dogs should never need to wear a muzzle unless their owner is a complete idiot (or psychotic) and could not handle the most basic of education.

Listening to Joe's presser

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Listening to it now - he is in his initial statement and sluring his words, stopping at odd spots.

Making mistakes and repeating.

The guy is not all there...

UPDATE: Been listening for about 20 minutes now.  Word Salad

Going to do something else and listen to the reviews after.

Not worth my time.

Heh - my serious side

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From the New York Post:

Dear Joe … Your first year’s been a total disaster and you’re sleepwalking into re-electing Trump
Dear Joe,

Happy Anniversary.

Can we get a divorce?

Sorry if this isn’t the most effusive of messages as you celebrate your first year in office as president of the United States.

But I fear it’s exactly what many disillusioned Americans, including some who voted for you, are now thinking.

I don’t like to sugar-coat things, so let me be blunt: You’ve been a disaster.

In fact, it’s hard to think of a more insipid, less inspiring, fiasco-ridden opening 12 months to a presidency.

Nor one that has so spectacularly failed to deliver on the promises made at an inauguration ceremony.

All true - more at the site.  The good news is that this overreach will implode the Democrat party.  Their chances of attaining power are slipping through their fingers like sand. Could not be happening to a nicer bunch of people.
Pure schadenfreude. Delicious.

And Narrative 2.0 begins

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From The Epoch Times:

England Ends All COVID Passports, Mask Mandates, Work Restrictions
Restrictions including COVID-19 passes, mask mandates, and work-from-home requirements will be removed in England, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced on Wednesday.

Johnson also suggested that self-isolation rules may also be thrown out at the end of March as the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus pandemic becomes endemic.

Effective immediately, the UK government is no longer asking people to work from home.

The COVID pass mandate for nightclubs and large events won’t be renewed when it expires on Jan. 26.

And from Thursday, indoor mask-wearing will no longer be compulsory anywhere in England.

The requirement for secondary school pupils to wear masks during class and in communal areas will also be removed from the Department for Education’s national guidance.

Roaring cheers from lawmakers could be heard in the House of Commons following Johnson’s announcements on masks.

As pockets of reality break out over the world.  Back to normal.

A non-event.  Something ginned up by the liberal media to try to create dissention.
DeSantis' reply? Pure mockery - I love it:

The recent terrorist attack - a theory

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Sundance at Conservative Treehouse has a theory that is spooky:

Was the Terrorist Attack in Colleyville a Replay of the Terrorist Attack in Garland in 2015?
I have intentionally not written about the terrorist attack in Colleyville, Texas, because my initial review saw significant parallels to the first ISIS attack on U.S. soil which took place in 2015 at Garland Texas, carried out by Elton Simpson and Nadir Soofi.

In the Garland attack the FBI organized, facilitated and coordinated the attack. The FBI even drove the terrorists to the attack venue and then left once the shooting began. Yes, you read that correctly, the first ISIS attack on U.S. soil was organized by the FBI. {Go Deep} CTH dug deep on the 2015 Garland attack, so it wasn’t too difficult to spot the similarities between Garland 2015 and Colleyville 2022.

♦ Colleyville, Texas – Malik Faisal Akram, who was known as Faisal Akram, had a well known Islamic extremist history to British and American intelligence. Akram ranted, prior to his travel to the U.S, that he wished he had died in the 9/11 terror attacks. He was a regular visitor to Pakistan, and reportedly a member of the Tablighi Jamaat group set up to ‘purify’ Islam. To say the U.S. intelligence system knew Faisal Akram would be an understatement.  The FBI knowledge of Akram has now been confirmed by The Daily Mail.

Lots more at the site and well researched.  A lot to think about and everything seems to point in the direction of a corrupt FBI.  How else could the goblin gotten from England to the USA (convicted cribminal), been transported, housed, armed and then set free to do his handywork. Something smells very rotten here.

It is not a conspiracy theory if it can be documented as true.

Virginia's new Governor

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He was talking about parent's rights to control their children's education.
The Democrats did not like this:

Not standing and applauding is a very churlish thing to do.
Democrats? This is my surprised face.

And got nothing - busy day

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Running errands.  Nothing catches my eye out there.

And out the door - busy day

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Another busy day today - setting up appointments with people, working at home. Getting some of the storage units cleared out.  Fun stuff...

More later - heading out for a belated dog walk and some much needed coffee.

Been cutting way back on sugar consumption.  Had quite the overload about nine days ago when I ate two cookies and a piece of cake.  Rice is easily metabolised by the body, especially after processing.  I had a big dish of Ho Fun (steamed wide rice noodles, stir fried veggies and tofu) for dinner last night and got quite the buzz. Was tired but could not get to sleep until past midnight.  Woke up at 6:30 as per normal but went back for a two hour nap.  Going to wait a week and have a bowl of jasmine rice for lunch - see how that affects me.  Amazing that I used to eat this stuff all the time.


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