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“This website renders every single road within a city.”

I can find conservatives willing to concede the Capitol Penetration on January 6, 2021, was a WrongBad thing, but I can’t find any liberals willing to say the same thing about the George Floyd race-riots all throughout the previous summer.

The Chinese have their own coal mines and by a very fortunate coincidence they managed to hoard just about everything else last autumn.

Your Enemy Is Here.

What Should You Say To A Cop When He Pulls You Over And Asks “Do You Know How Fast You Were Going?”

How to Block Spam Calls and Spam Texts on iPhone and Android (2022) |

All I know is this looks like sharia to me what with male players, coaches, and referees are all unmasked, but the cheerleaders, who are mostly young women, must hide their faces behind masks.

The Ultimate Guide to Choosing a One-Person Tent

If they cared about the interest of Ukrainians, the Zelenskys never would have gone down this road and be telling Ukrainians to fight to the death, while they shoot videos for Western consumption in Poland.

The great blind spot for all left-wing people is the reflection in the mirror; they are incapable of seeing themselves other than as the hero in a great struggle.

Apple mysteriously hit by major outage

Will There Be Any Academic Refuges In A Woke Purity Spiral?

NCAA Swimming Champ Caught In Possession Of Performance-Enhancing Testicles



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  • Hyland March 23, 2022, 10:35 AM

    This is a lengthy read… took me over 20 minutes to get through it… but it’s the most logical conclusion to reach after 2 years of “pandemic.” All of it was carefully planned and repeatably bombed upon us in separate stages and increments. https://www.unz.com/lromanoff/covid-19-a-biological-weapon-targeting-ethnicity-and-body-systems/

    If you get through that then watch Greg Hunter interview Dr. Elizabeth Eads as she describes how the jabs & boosters are unleashing an AIDS epidemic. https://usawatchdog.com/millions-get-aids-from-vax-by-fall-dr-elizabeth-eads/

    • ghostsniper March 23, 2022, 5:12 PM

      From that first article:
      “A virus cannot “shed” mutations once adopted; it simply continues adding new changes, which again means that each new wave was a new strain of the virus that had been manufactured and then introduced into the population.”
      I’ll say it once again.
      The US gov’t made China the scapegoat in all of this virus stuff. Very early on I read that the virus was created at Chapel Hill, NC but later when I went back to find the article I was unable to find. Since then I have seen numerous references to Chapel Hill. The behind the scenes picture is far bigger than what we get to see.

  • Not Sure March 23, 2022, 10:59 AM

    Unwashed kulak vandal scum penetrated the halls of the best government that banksters can buy as they put their profane mitts all over the sacred lectern of the pimpstress Nancy D’Alesandro.

    It is a moment that will in infamy for all 1000 years of the WOKE Wakandatopia.

    When an armed civil servant report taker pulls you over for redistribution you always say I have no idea why you pulled me over, to do otherwise is to admit to a crime.

    China may have coal plants coming online everyday and Russia may have uranium but they will never win the hearts and mind of the Twit hive.

  • gwbnyc March 23, 2022, 11:52 AM

    map site misses.
    russia/ukraine is yielding questionable reports of atrocities as is usual early in conflicts. propaganda.
    our armed government agencies and military will kill us if so instructed.

  • John Venlet March 23, 2022, 12:35 PM

    About that what to say to a cop who pulls you over. I fully agree to be polite, even if the cop comes across as a hardass, but in regards to that “Do you know why I pulled you over question,” which typically is the first words out of a cop’s mouth when he approaches the window, I always respond thusly,

    “Good day, officer. I’m a CCL holder and I am carrying my sidearm. My sidearm is holstered by my right knee.”

    In other words, I do not answer the officer’s question, but rather by stating my particulars about being armed, change the subject. If he then asks me, again, if I know why he pulled me over, I respond with “I’m uncertain, officer, unless my cruise control isn’t working properly (I always, always, set my cruise at 9 mph over the posted limit), I don’t think I was speeding.”

    I’ve been pulled over in Indiana, Colorado, and Michigan, at various times of day and night, and a couple/few of those times I know I was more than 10 mph over the limit, but I’ve never been given a speeding ticket, and I think this is mostly because the very first thing I say, no matter the question from the cop, is that I am a CCL holder and I am carrying my sidearm.

    Oh, and gwbnyc is correct – our armed government agencies and military will kill us if so instructed.

    • Mike Austin March 23, 2022, 2:26 PM

      When a police officer asks if you know why he pulled you over, the only correct answer is “No.” Anything else is likely to incriminate you—and you would be throwing away your 5th Amendment rights. After you answer that, then you notify the officer of your license to carry. If the policeman first asks—demands, actually—license and registration, then of course inform him of your weapon. But never admit guilt. Such a thing is decided in courtrooms.

      Going on about a broken cruise control is an admission of guilt. That has worked for you, but it would not work for many—especially if they are not licensed to carry. Never surrender your rights. Never.

      You insinuate that letting the policeman know you have a legal firearm somehow protects you from receiving a moving violation. That is very dubious legal ground. It is also dangerous. You have been lucky. Luck is like the weather—it changes without notice.

      A policeman plans on going home safely after his shift. Whether you go home safely is immaterial.

      I say this as a concealed carry holder for 15 years.

      • ghostsniper March 23, 2022, 6:33 PM

        I deal as little as possible with those criminals.
        Last time was about 15 years ago and I was so filled with disgust during the endarkenment the poor slug could barely perform it’s criminal procedure. I like to think my aura was such that it caused him to go that night and eat his service weapon.

        • J.J. March 24, 2022, 9:28 AM

          You just can’t stop lying and hallucinating, can you?
          Your “aura”? Puhleeeze.

      • John Venlet March 24, 2022, 5:25 AM

        Mike, I appreciate your admonitions, they mirror what the “experts” would say, but they are predicated on the prejudice that all cops are hardasses just looking for justification to not only write me a speeding ticket, but some additional violation to haul me off to jail. Though I am wary of cops, I am only slightly more wary of them than any other individual I meet up with on the street.

        Though you attribute my lack of being written up for speeding to luck, or considering my sidearm as a get out of jail free card, I attribute my lack of being written up for speeding to polite and honest interactions with the cop standing alongside my car window, and my attempts to steer the conversation away from why I was stopped, i.e. my immediate disclosure of being a CCL holder.

        Is there risk to my approach? Yes, but I’ll take that risk because I do not think that most cops are hardasses just looking to wield their authority. My experiences with the cops that have pulled me over for speeding over the years suggest that my approach is sound, and appreciated by the cop on the scene.

  • Casey Klahn March 23, 2022, 1:00 PM

    This was the winter of our discount tent.

    Two months ago, I’d have said that the chances of our own government repressing and attacking us is much greater than Russia or China attacking us. Now, that benchmark just got closer. Shit will hit the fan. If the Covidz didn’t wake you up, you’re drugged.

    • Vanderleun March 23, 2022, 1:26 PM

      In a just and well-balanced society you would be taken out and shot for that pun.

      • gwbnyc March 23, 2022, 4:06 PM

        you pegged it, but don’t let it turn into a flap. canvass the board for opinions first.

      • Casey Klahn March 23, 2022, 5:43 PM

        Shoot me for the theft of that pun.

      • James ONeil March 24, 2022, 9:00 AM

        But it’s not a just well balanced society, the end of the world is near, retent!

  • OneGuy March 23, 2022, 1:31 PM

    I never get spam calls. My wife gets lots of spam calls and in the last three years we have changed her phone number 3 times because the spam calls were so overwhelming. She leaves her phone on 24/7. My phone is usually shut off and sometimes shut off for weeks at a time. I think what happens is the spammers automated system recognizes a that a phone is shut off and takes it off the list. Whereas a phone that is on even if it isn’t answered stays on their list of viable phones to call AND they share this information so phones which are on get called more.

    Someone will no doubt comment about messages left on my phone from spam calls. To be honest I have no idea. It used to be you could check messages. Your phone would show that you had 1 or 2 messages and you could just select them and listen to them. But now you have to call a number to see if you have messages and you need a password to check them. I don’t do passwords so I never set it up. If anyone calls me and leaves a message I will never know.

    • ghostsniper March 23, 2022, 5:28 PM

      My wifes phone is always on and she uses it for everything.
      Sometimes it’s over there on the charger, turned off, but many times it is laying in my truck with a dead battery. Funny, from 1986 til about 2006 I spent hundreds of dollars per month on phones and many hours per month using phones but when I moved to the woods 16 years ago I just kinda let all that stuff go away. My Samsung Tracfone costs me about $100 a year and about every 3 years I get a new one for about $100. Got a bunch of old ones in a box over there in the corner.

    • jwm March 23, 2022, 5:47 PM

      I get the spammers even on my primitive flip phone, and the land line is just out of control. When my wife and I put the house in living trust, the attorney warned us we’d be getting spam and junk mail. We do. I f*ck with them mercilessly. The current spammers are all asking if I want to sell the property at ****. I tell em’ “Yeah, we been thinkin’ about gettin’ rid of that place for a while now. Been rentin’ it a bunch of bums. Ever deal with bums?…” I ask them to repeat every question over and over. Today I had one going; sure he had a live one. I told him I had to go.

      “Call my secretary: Jenny, 867-5309”

      Had him repeat it three time so I was sure he got it right.


  • Denny March 23, 2022, 2:38 PM
    • gwbnyc March 23, 2022, 4:07 PM

      BLM week was in february.

      • ghostsniper March 23, 2022, 5:22 PM

        March is Womens Month.
        Seems like everybody now has a day, week, or month.
        When is White Dood month?
        Oh, that’s right.
        White Doods are the only continuously productive genre in this country’s entire history and we are too busy doing just that to cow to all the overt silliness everywhere. We’re gettin’ shit done!

      • John A. Fleming March 23, 2022, 5:24 PM

        There is a new proggro USA holiday cycle that replaces the old Anglo cycle. The cycle kicks off with MLK Day in Jan. Then:
        Feb: Survivors and Descendants of the Middle Passage
        Mar: Women’s History (except no one can define what a woman is anymore, you should already know it they shouldn’t have to tell you and if you still don’t know you’re a h8r)
        April: Diversity
        June: Alphabet People Pride and Juneteenth
        September: Hispanic Heritage
        Oct: Indigenous Peoples
        Nov: Native American Heritage
        Dec: Kwanzaa, and Festivus for the Anglos

  • ed in upstate ny March 23, 2022, 4:20 PM

    I can’t speak to Samsung, but on an Iphone go to settings…phone…Silence Unknown Callers. If they ain’t in your contact list they go directly to voicemail. If they leave a message (they never do) you will get the voicemail notification.

    • Jack March 26, 2022, 7:23 AM

      Excellent suggestion Ed. Every time I answer a spam call I block the number after the call but these demonic phone hounds use so many numbers I still receive them. Your idea sounds great and I just incorporated it on my phone.

  • Camperfixer March 24, 2022, 7:51 AM

    “I’m not a vet, but I know what a dog is.”

    That woman in the NCAA farce swim meet stands is my current hero for snappy quick-wittedness.

  • hooodathunkit March 24, 2022, 8:46 PM

    Bobby’s zipping down the road, sees a cop pull out behind him, lights flashing. He slows down and pulls over. The trooper comes up, and Bobby hands him the required license and registration.

    Trooper: Do you know why I pulled you over?
    Bobby: Yeah; speeding.
    Trooper: Do you know how fast you were going?
    Bobby: How the hell could I know; the speedometer only goes to 140.

    Bobby’s wife forced him to sell it and get a ‘sedate’ car. Only one time for me, on a partly closed interstate, but it was purring with the needle stopped on the backside of the zero peg. Amazing little machine, I missed it when the ex took off.

    Lost touch not long after, but I hope Bobby and his wife had scads of little kids.

  • waitingForTheStorm March 25, 2022, 7:28 AM

    My home handset has a spam function that can block single numbers (area code and number) or blocks of numbers (area code and/or first several digits of a phone number). A year or so ago, I started logging numbers in a spreadsheet and using the results to develop a list of exclusions. I have 10 single number blockages and maybe 15 pattern exclusions. Our spam calls went from 3 or 4 a day to almost none now. It has been weeks since we have had a spam call. Yay. Small success. I use a Panasonic base unit with 4 handsets I bought 10 years ago.

    Oh, and I have one princess handset attached at my home office space. That phone works even when the power is out because the ringer and the electrical components are driven by voltage on the line. We are on fiber now and that phone only works for about 8 hours because the back up battery on the ONT is only good for about 8 hours of time. But, that has sufficed for most outages.