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STRANGE DAZE: April Showers Bring Freaky Flowers

The awful truth is dawning: Putin may win in Ukraine. The result would be catastrophe The broader, negative political impact of the war, should it rage on indefinitely, is almost incalculable. The UN’s future as an authoritative global forum, lawmaker and peacekeeper is in jeopardy, as more than 200 former officials warned Guterres last week. At risk, too, is the credibility of the international court of justice, whose injunction to withdraw was scorned by Putin, and the entire system of war crimes prosecutions.

Sense of Events: Canada to build border wall, demand Twitter pay for it

Read this and let it sink in: Ann Barnhardt has/had a bigger audience than CNN . Tell me more about how “there’s nothing we/I can do.”

OC man arrested for allegedly threatening to bomb Merriam-Webster offices over definition of female

“A Sword was Seen in the Sky”: *A True and Wonderful Narrative* (1763) – We hear with the greatest Astonishment, that near Riga in Livonia, has been seen in the open Sky, a fiery Rod, which struck about it, and the Points of the Rod were full of blood. Four great Swords stood at the Stary Heaven, which very often vanished, and soon appeared again; they did strike together like Flashes of Fire round a House it was frightful to behold. Likewise was to be seen with Horror, a pretty large Coffin, which was covered with three Dead heads; also a Pyramid and Serpent.

I’m just here for the headline, which is run-away brilliant. I’m talking “Headless Body In Topless Bar” brilliant: Seattle Man With Self-Inflicted Knife Wound Exposes Himself After Setting Car On Fire – YouTube

Note to America: DO NOT LOSE A WAR ON YOUR OWN LAND. EVER.[ See below]

It is unserious to have the business district of our most innovative city lay empty, swallowed by an open-air drug market that thrives in the name of “compassion. ” San Francisco has the country’s worst office reoccupancy rate and slowest job recovery, but it hasn’t lost its accommodating spirit: Fly into San Francisco airport and you’ll notice the dirty needle deposit box right across from the baby changing table in the women’s bathroom. (Though perhaps there’s some logic to this in a city where there are more dogs than children.)

Despite metamorphosis, moths hold on to memories from their days as a caterpillar Scientists have now set aside the notion that a caterpillar is completely disintegrated into a blended soup while in its cocoon. Instead, they now agree that it is more likely that certain parts of the brain may remain intact during the transition. The retention of memory in adulthood could be due to the carryover of intact neural connections formed during larval stages.

Rejoice and be exceedingly glad. It has now been A Mere 772 Days To Slow The Spread !

Eccentric Billionaire Accomplishes More For Free Speech In One Afternoon Than Republicans Have In Decades

Black lives do matter, but not to those who run the racket that goes by the acronym BLM. According to Murray writing in the New York Post, the biggest lie is the racket behind the rhetoric. One year ago it transpired that the real estate empire of BLM cofounder Patrisse Cullors was funded by well-meaning but gullible folk who gave generously to the cause. A $5.8 million house was among the four she owns, although some claim she owns at least six houses. Her response was to call the revelations racist and sexist.


Imagine, if you will, a world where food factories have been secretly destroyed, gasoline has become Weimar Republic expensive and scarce, and you’ll need to eat venison and ride horses to survive. Also, halfway around the world, there is a factory surrounded by Ivans, wearing gas masks, and the factory is chock-full of angry Nazis. Don’t imagine it, just turn on the news. — Comment on AD

That is not Christianity; that is enhanced 60’s hedonism. Want to be gay? Why not? Want to be a woman, just shave, grow long hair, take hormones, dress up, wear padded bras, and join the Navy and the women’s curling team. Want to mess with little kids? Have at it, but make sure parents don’t find out. Want to be an anti-white racist, a cop-hater, a Marxist, or a corrupt pro-Russia politician with a job that pays hundreds of thousands of dollars a month because daddy lives in the White House? Go for it. Want to make personal happiness your priority? Why not? After all, what is more important than being happy? Want to avoid being insulted or suffering any form of anxiety? We will move heaven and earth to give you that safe space. Want to shut people up you disagree with? Great, happy to close down our business or website because your delicate sensibilities are offended. Want to deny that Satan exists? Better still. In fact, best.

@lukedonkin Reply to @gorillazislife ♬ original sound – Luke Donkin

FBI director says violence directed at police officers unlike anything he’s seen before “Some of it is tied to the violent crime problem as a whole. But one of the phenomena that we saw in the last year is that an alarming percentage of the 73 law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty last year were killed through things like being ambushed or shot while out on patrol. … Wearing the badge shouldn’t make you a target.”

Another proud member of suspended twitter account brigade user sings out.

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  • Vanderleun April 28, 2022, 1:43 PM

    I have to say I am quite fond of this one.

  • ghostsniper April 28, 2022, 2:38 PM

    where to begin….where to end
    glad i don’t live anywhere near an urbania
    staying sane would be a full time job
    gonna go sit on the porch and throw a jar of sunflower seeds out in the yard and watch the burdz
    burdz is smarter than burdbraynz, more inneresting too

  • nunnya bidnez, jr April 28, 2022, 2:44 PM

    re: exercise equipment in parks…
    It’s a shame he wasted a child-sized mannequin doing this, when there are soooo many politicians available.

  • jwm April 28, 2022, 3:00 PM

    Love the cactus blooms. I have a stand of San Pedro, eight potted Bolivian Torch cuttings (both echinopsis), eight peyote, and a mess of other succulents out back. The San Pedro is about to pop about three dozen blooms, and the peyote have been putting out tiny pink flowers every couple of weeks, in addition to six new pups. I’m still waiting on the Bolivians, but they’re very similar to the fiery pink blooms in the video. (pics on the blog) Cactus take forever and a week to grow. Mostly they’re not too exciting, but the flowers emerge and bloom incredibly fast. They pop; the yard is full of bees, and two days later they’re gone.


  • ThisIsNotNutella April 28, 2022, 5:50 PM

    That thing a tranny? Either way seems quite keen to have its pussy grabbed.

    Also Guns don’t kill People. Desperate Vagina People Kill People.

    This lack of logical consistency plays havoc with my Qantas Never Crashed.

  • James ONeil April 28, 2022, 8:15 PM

    OK, I read about half the Guardian, if Russia wins the sky is falling, article.

    Frankly (Sorry Casey) I find myself rootin’ for Putin, -or at least for Russia more and more. It’s not Russia vs the Ukraine any more it’s the worst of the West against Russia, and if a Russian win disrupts the lockstep march to you’ll own nothing and be happy, can’t say I see a bad side.

    • KCK April 28, 2022, 10:04 PM

      Perhaps Alaska will be first to rejoin Mother Russia.

      But, I hope not. If and when we get America on track, we’ll not want enemies emboldened – we’ll want them shaking in their boots. Perhaps you saw the SpecOps that were used to brutally beat and debase Donbas civil authorities in 2013 and 14?

      • James ONeil April 29, 2022, 8:53 AM

        Not join Casey, but possibly accommodate. People’s Republic of Canada to the east of us, Russia’s Wild Wild East to our west, suspect we could develop some nice trade/smuggling routes across the Bering Straits. Ten gallons of gasoline for a pack of Marlboros? Your on mate! parenthetical aside; (Visiting the USSR in ’89, Citizen Ambassador Program, paid traffic tickets, on the spot with packs of Marlboros.) Having said that, not choices I’d want to have to make…

        The SpecOps … Donbas …in 2013 and 14? You mean the thingy following Revolution of Dignity when US supported rioters, including Neo-Nazies, removed an elected president and threw over the existing government?

        Again, it’s not Russia vs the Ukraine any more it’s the worst of the West against Russia.

        • Casey Klahn April 29, 2022, 9:43 PM

          Are those the same Neo-Nazis from Charlottesville, NC? “nazis” everywhere, according to Putin. The Maiden? Why wasn’t it an anti-corruption and anti-Russian influence movement? We could go around for hours. The common reading of our times is that truth is in the simple answer, not the complex one. Russia is brutal, but…(complexity follows). Russia invaded Ukraine; it’s as simple as that if you lose the wishes and hopes and swallow the red pill.

          OK, I’d better add cartons of Marlboros to my trade stash. Good point, there.

  • KCK April 28, 2022, 9:56 PM

    I appreciate your printing my quote about the horses. I’m wondering what to trade for a horse and tack? Ammunition? Some things I will trade art for, and some things the art will be the added push. Anyway, imagine your self immobilized in the next phase of fuckery. It’s scarier than the imagined empty store shelves.

    Biden as Max Headroom. Shit. It fits and that scares me, too.

    I already said that Russia could win and it would be a type of pyrrhic victory, or at least an empty one. Recall how Russia did win the Winter War (1939-1940), and yet history remembers what Finland did to bring Russia to terms. Finland has bragging rights from the wars they fought against Russia, and Nazi Germany; Russia has pretty much a shit stain from their handling by tiny Finland. Finland has had to make lots of concessions to the Russian brute since WWII, during the Cold War and up til now. Now, Russia is watching their positions in Finland, Sweden, the Baltics, and on down the map southward deteriorate into an armed border.

    Let me just say my position. Russia is armed with nukes. I’d much rather have my boot on Putin’s nuts, than allow him any free play or any advantages. Ukraine is immaterial in this position; I’d say the same for Moldova or Bulgaria.

    If the West needs to be corrected, I’ll be glad to do it myself.

    Also, I see you mention Klahn’s Axiom number 1: never lose a war. Never do it.

    I still want to write a thing on the generations of warfare, or conflict, and just need some time to get it done. Unfortunately, there is a place for you and me in the generations of warfare, and we face a new paradigm.

    • Anonymous April 28, 2022, 10:44 PM

      “Finland has bragging rights from the wars they fought against Russia, and ****Nazi Germany****.”

      And precisely which war against Nazi Germany might this be? The Lapland War?

      The only reason the Finns fought the Germans *at all* was because the Soviets (who had a far better army in 1944/5 than the post-30s purges debacle defeated by the Finns a virtual lifetime ago in WWII development terms) told them during peace negotiations to @#$%ing do so if they wanted to keep any part of their rump Grand Duchy of Reindeerstein at all.

      Now, I happen to admire the Finns… and the thrashing they meted out to the Red Army in the Winter War was epic and deserved. Continuation War… well… kinda Problematic, no?… Citizen? ADL for you on Line 3.

      • Casey Klahn April 29, 2022, 9:53 PM

        None of what you’re saying is news to me, re: the Finn wars. I was there in Lapland where the Germans were routed out. Yes, it brought a better peace with Russia. It was a smart move but it cannot be misconstrued as Finns being for Germany. They fought alongside Germany in order to invest Leningrad.

        Finland (and Norway) had stones of granite in the war.

        BTW, consider why the Russians allowed Finland to survive intact and not become the Poland of the North. Yes, they bartered with Finland for the German fight, but they knew full well that they did not want to fuck with Finland again late in the war.

        FF to today: Ukraine is eerily similar to Finland as regards the respective wars. It’s an analogy – I know you can find exceptions. One weird thing is that in the ’39-’40 war, Russia lacked officer experience and skill, and in this present war, the Russians lack an NCO corps. Te first one was Stalin’s dogmatic Marxism, and this present one is deep corruption. The Russian army phones it in.

    • Vanderleun April 29, 2022, 8:29 AM

      Send it on. I’ll put it up.

      • Casey Klahn April 29, 2022, 9:54 PM

        Will do

  • Jack Crevalle April 29, 2022, 4:50 AM

    Lots of hand-wringing in the Guardian article, but no suggestions on action. The next step would be war with Russia, which is insane.

    • ghostsniper April 29, 2022, 11:48 AM

      It’s already started.

  • tim April 29, 2022, 4:58 AM

    “The awful truth is dawning: Putin may win in Ukraine. The result would be catastrophe.”

    All the things the article’s author notes may indeed happen, but I wonder, where was all this concern when Russia took Crimea? Everyone just shrugged, the world kept spinning, Putin kept selling gas to Europe…

    • Casey Klahn April 29, 2022, 7:44 AM

      I was shitting bricks when Russia took Crimea, and I even broke protocol briefly by saying political stuff on Facebook. Other than that, I have an absolutely inviolate no-politics ever on sosh media policy. I mentioned, once, that Russia had invaded Europe (2014) and some Karen asked me for news proof of that.

  • Mike Austin April 29, 2022, 6:04 AM

    So Putin “may win in Ukraine”? Well, yes. That was obvious from the start of this war. All the beta-male schoolgirl handwringing from those boys at “The Guardian” cannot change this; in fact, their caterwauling is funny. Their scary warnings about a Putin victory are so over-the-top that they remind me of the worst parts of the Bible.

    If—that is, when—Putin wins the following will be be mightily upset:

    1. NATO
    2. the UN
    3. The EU
    4. The Biden regime
    5. The media
    6. The CIA
    7. Globohomo

    What, me worry?

    • Casey Klahn April 29, 2022, 7:47 AM

      China will be happy, though. Except, not really, Russia may win while all of the time having their collective asses handed to them. It’s eerie the parallels to Finland.

  • jwm April 29, 2022, 6:52 AM

    OT, but so bizarre that I had to share. This came from a GAB account. Can it be real? Horrifying as hell if it is:



    • Mike Austin April 29, 2022, 7:31 AM

      I don’t know if that is real, but it is quite true that China has been experimenting for years with the creation of mixed DNA beasts—including human DNA. And it would surprise nobody if the US government and Fauci helped fund this. Such “research” has bled into Transhumanism, some of whose avatars are Yuval Harari and Mark Zuckerberg. This quote from Harari’s website fairly well sums all this up:

      “History began when humans invented gods, and will end when humans become gods.”

      That these words echo the promises of Satan should surprise no one.

      • Vanderleun April 29, 2022, 9:26 AM

        I am reminded of Stewart Brand’s statement when he launched the Whole Earth Catalogue: We are as gods and might as well get good at it.”

        I thought that was profound when I heard him say that.

        Now I just think:

        “Turn around
        Go back down
        Back the way you came….”

        • Mike Austin April 29, 2022, 10:28 AM

          I lived in an urban commune in SE Portland (1976 – 1978). “The Whole Earth Catalogue” was our Bible; Stuart Brand was our guru.

          • ghostsniper April 29, 2022, 11:53 AM

            I still have one, er 2.
            The one with the earth on the cover and 1 that is all white.
            Haven’t looked at them in years, maybe decades.
            LARGE format.
            I liked the little pictures in the lower right corners.
            You could fan the pages and it was like a little movie.

          • Vanderleun April 29, 2022, 4:25 PM

            I knew Stewart at Berkeley going back to the days when he opened up on Sproul Hall Plaza with the sign, “Why haven’t we seen a picture of the whole earth yet.”

            Showed up in San Francisco when he was giving away $40,000 in cash. I forget why he was doing this.

            Got into his very early online social place THE WELL in 1988.

            Had online words with him and others. Split the Well after their traitorous reaction to 9/11, the fucking communists.

            Spent some time in The Well forum on Facebook but it was full of weak pussified men and violent leftists feminists…. all turned old and ugly.

            Dropped Facebook.

            • Mike Seyle April 29, 2022, 4:56 PM

              I dropped FB too, three or four times. Sometimes due to politics; sometimes due to wasted time; sometimes to stick it to the man. I signed back up yesterday since I want to know if one guy is mayor yet, if the pastor’s wife is going with him on sabbatical, and what the once beautiful woman who I blew it with – and she’s now with sagging breasts that I’d still play with – is doing with her grandkids. I got old, and don’t care. Connecting with the past, and sometimes living there, although the garden is coming up. The garden always comes up.

              • ghostsniper April 29, 2022, 5:50 PM

                she’s now with sagging breasts that I’d still play with

                oh dear

              • Mike Austin April 30, 2022, 4:03 AM

                Understood, Mike. I have had a different road through life, and not altogether a good or healthy one truth be told. There is much in my past that is sordid and shameful. The thought of “reconnecting” with those of my acquaintances who knew me then repulses and embarrasses me.

                Some years ago a guy I have known for more than 45 years though whom I had not seen for 15 of those years wanted to “reconnect” with me—you know, to remember old times and the good old days, a “Remembrance of Things Past”. I agreed. I should not have. The experience was uncomfortable in the extreme. He saw me as the man I was 20 years before. I found it impossible to tell him that that man was long gone, dead and buried, best forgotten. He could not understand; he could never understand. He looked to me like an animated corpse.

                “I don’t remember. I don’t want to remember. In fact I’ve heard too much already.”—Al Stewart

                • Snakepit Kansas April 30, 2022, 6:04 AM

                  Christ forgives us of our sins and remembers them no more, yet we remember our past transgressions and let them torment us. Possibly to help remind us to not do them again.

                • Mike Austin April 30, 2022, 12:39 PM

                  All true. But I have my moments. They are, thankfully, few and far between.

  • Dirk April 29, 2022, 5:55 PM

    Russia losing? Sure. With the theft of the election in France, for Marcon, “ the EU could never allow Le Pen a victory”. Assures a few things.

    Collapse of the EU.
    Collapse of NATO,

    Pretty much what Mike penned.

    Don’t shit yourselves, this is an American made war, so far only cost us tax payers fifty/sixty billion.

    Tic Toc!

    We made it to our high desert hang out. Amazing relaxing, amazing single track bike riding, and fifteen side by side ride earlier. A giant dry lake bed, zero dust.

    • ghostsniper April 30, 2022, 4:20 AM

      What is side by side?