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Everything posted by ryoder

  1. “You go to great beyond with the legacy you have, not the legacy you might want or wish to have at a later time.”
  2. Here is an odd bit of news that I haven't read about anywhere else:
  3. Top US general rejected Trump suggestions military should 'crack skulls' during protests last year, new book claims At times, Milley also clashed with top White House officials who sought to encourage the then-President's behavior. During one Oval Office debate, senior Trump adviser Stephen Miller chimed in, equating the scenes unfolding on his television to those in a third-world country and claiming major American cities had been turned into war zones. "These cities are burning," Miller warned, according to the excerpts. The comment infuriated Milley, who viewed Miller as not only wrong but out of his lane, Bender writes, noting the Army general who had commanded troops in Iraq and Afghanistan spun around in his seat and pointed a finger directly at Miller. "Shut the f--k up, Stephen," Milley snapped, according to the excerpts. Can you imagine the immense pleasure of saying that to that boot-licking little Nazi? I'd pay money to see the video, especially if Milley did it in his best John Goodman voice.
  4. Giuliani Loses NY Law License That's a damned shame.
  5. So you are saying these are just simple farmers. People of the land. The common clay of the new West? An oddity I heard on NPR a few days ago: In CO, the highest county vaccination rates are in the urban Front Range, and the wealthy resort counties. The rural counties have the lowest rates. No surprise there. But there is an outlier: Little San Juan county, near the SW corner of the state. The largest town (and county seat), is Silverton. The vaccination rate is higher than any other county: 89%. Go figure.
  6. Voter fraud discovered in Ohio! So take that all you naysayers. And it involves absentee ballots, and dead people voting! Township trustee in Delaware County admits to voting twice in 2020 election
  7. On NPR this morning, they stated the Delta variant is now 40% of all new cases in CO, and is resulting in twice the rate of hospitalizations.
  8. A great line from a documentary on the topic I saw long ago: "The purpose of colleges is to educate people, not to restrict their economic opportunities."
  9. Supreme Court says NCAA can't limit some benefits to student athletes In a concurring opinion, Justice Brett Kavanaugh said the “NCAA and its member colleges are suppressing the pay of student athletes who collectively generate billions of dollars in revenues for colleges every year. Those enormous sums of money flow to seemingly everyone except for student athletes.” “The NCAA’s business model would be flatly illegal in almost any other industry in America," Kavanaugh wrote. "All of the restaurants in a region cannot come together to cut cooks’ wages on the theory that ‘customers prefer’ to eat food from low-paid cooks.” Never thought I would find myself agreeing so strongly with Kavanaugh.
  10. I don't think there is any overlap between the group who would buy something from Mike Lindell, and the group that would wear a mask.
  11. This is amusing: ‘Woke up sweating’: Texas power companies remotely raise temperatures on people using their smart thermostats
  12. Here is video of that friendly tourist from the cops POV:
  13. The line separating The Mob from the GOP, is getting more and more blurry.
  14. I thought Blue Lives Mattered.
  15. All he needs to do now is grab a pussy or two, and bang a couple porn stars, and he'll be unbeatable!
  16. Didn't we cover this before? Just ask them who won the election.
  17. 101F in Denver today, and this crap is going to continue until Friday. My 23yo a/c runs continuously when it is > 95F. :-(
  18. Marvel Comics would be more appropriate.
  19. Yes, mid-June and my forecast here in CO is 98-99F for the next 3 days. This is mid-July weather, not June. I hate to see what July brings.
  20. I'm sure this was the fault of renewable energy again: Texas grid operator urges electricity conservation as many power generators are unexpectedly offline and temperatures rise
  21. Here is the Colorado River Basin Snowpack Summary: (Source: https://www.wcc.nrcs.usda.gov/ftpref/states/co/charts/basinplotcrb21.gif)
  22. I hadn't watched it, but here it is for anyone else who wants to see it: