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  • in reply to: Debt Rattle June 12 2024 #161064

    And wars are for amazing new innovations in prolonging life- no matter how mangled you are/were.
    Fresh new parts; daring new methods, radical treatments and approaches…Ah, war! The face of the medical future!

    in reply to: Debt Rattle June 12 2024 #161046

    Ukiyo-e ala Van Gogh. Nice.

    When blessed with life and having enough,
    Why does a person want more?
    When social acceptance is no longer tough,
    Why does a person scream “more!”?

    We get what we wanted and yet we still whine.
    We can’t seem to stop going over the line.
    With a cliff ahead, in a speeding car-
    It seems ordained that we go too far.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle June 11 2024 #161014

    I saw a tesla truck at the mini-mall the other day. I knew what it was but I still thought: it’s like an ugly, prototype delorean!
    And, it’s really tiny compared to the usual trucks around here.
    What demographic are we talking about here?

    in reply to: Debt Rattle June 11 2024 #161013

    DBS- I liked your comments from yesterday.

    The Eisenhower, etal: Thanks Doc R.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle June 10 2024 #160941

    DBS- you have hatched from your chrysalis.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle June 8 2024 #160825

    “Stupidity often saves a man from going mad.”

    Oliver Wendell Holmes (1858). “The Autocrat of the Breakfast Table: Every Man His Own Boswell”

    in reply to: Debt Rattle June 7 2024 #160749

    OT:

    Every morning is like the Spring-
    A brand new start to everything.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle June 6 2024 #160662

    “Military secrets are the most fleeting of all.”
    Mr. Spock, star trek s3 e2.
    So the only way to smother them is to flood the arena with lies.
    “69”?

    in reply to: Debt Rattle June 6 2024 #160626

    “Zelensky should resign his position…”

    In light of his service to the nation, maybe they could even give him some bullets when he gets to the front.
    For his gun.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle June 6 2024 #160591

    When does a bubble become a black hole?

    in reply to: Debt Rattle June 3 2024 #160374

    DBS- you put it so well.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle June 3 2024 #160367

    The people pathological
    Confound the words we use
    It all seems babelogical
    ’Til someone lights the fuse.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle June 1 2024 #160145

    The debt is piling up and the bills are overdue.
    That lump we’ve been ignoring hurts like crazy.
    We can’t give up bad habits; our family’s leaving, too.
    We’d stop our constant lies but we’re too lazy.

    We feel we’ve been abandoned. Our friends won’t answer calls.
    The folks who do are those we can’t abide.
    Our options have run out and now we’re staring at the walls-
    It seems the only out is suicide.

    So press that big red button- does it matter anymore?
    Who cares that everybody dies as well?
    We did what needed doing, right? Our judgement may be poor-
    But when we lose control, let’s opt for hell!

    My husband hadn’t seen “Idiocracy”, so we watched it last night. He really liked it.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 31 2024 #160115

    So this is what they don’t want you to see:
    The fact that they are pushing world war three.
    The circus tent, the great divide-
    Just anything so they can hide
    Their psychopathic march to world war three.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 30 2024 #160030

    Guilty, etc.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 30 2024 #160029

    Here we go.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 29 2024 #159982

    There is no law as yet
    That says that you must get
    A goddamn stupid dummy stupid smart phone.
    So do the things you can
    By car by foot by hand
    And learn again to love when you’re alone.

    It all ends without the smart phone.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 27 2024 #159814

    The cutest part of the database medical records is that they are inaccurate. Amendments disappear; deletions return.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 27 2024 #159811

    A t-shirt with “Z28-310” would make a nice statement.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 25 2024 #159685

    Grayson Murray, professional golfer, dies at thirty. Felt bad, didn’t finish his second round at the 16th hole of the Charles Schwab Challenge, went to the hospital. Died the next morning.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 24 2024 #159602

    “paying with your face”
    Does that mean I get to have my picture on a federal reserve note?
    Hey…”Your face here”…on a 10, 20, 50, 100?

    The turtle on a skateboard has made my day.

    Completely undoes the nightmare of the “crush” ad (“thin is in” would have worked better…but that’s f-shaming, I suppose.)

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 22 2024 #159493

    Thanks, John Day.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 22 2024 #159473

    At the ophthalmologists office, I was answering the usual barrage of questions and this popped in: “Are you vaccinated against Covid 19?” I said “no”, then “wait- why did you ask that?”
    She: “They just want to know…”.
    Me: “Who is “they?”
    She: “I can take it off- you don’t have to answer.”
    Me: “Okay. But it’s a bit moot now, isn’t it?”
    So now I am going back and will ask if I have the code “Z28-310” on my record. I will tell them to remove it if she put it in anyway. (hahahaha.)
    I wish I had been a quicker thinker.
    I have been trying a novel approach to my macular hole*, but it is only slowing it down- not getting rid of it as hoped.
    Would you put yourself under the knife (the next option) in such a place? This is why I wanted to know if a doctor would “vaccinate” someone under anesthesia. I will ask the surgeon if he is “vaccinated” and what his opinion is about those who are not.

    *A macular hole causes a severe distortion in the center of the vision in the affected eye.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 22 2024 #159462

    Sorry about the stupid punctuation error.
    edit: Mistakes were made; mistakes were made!

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 22 2024 #159461

    FBI at Trump Palace

    Mistakes were; made mistakes were made!
    (Proclaims this wormy, monstrous clade)
    Those eat the souls of them who planned ‘em-
    But play well to their stupid fandom.

    Windmills in Iowa

    You cannot fix a weakened chain
    By adding links much stronger.
    The only thing you really gain
    Is making the chain longer.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 20 2024 #159344

    My daddy hated middlemen.
    He said they’d rob you blind.
    They snuck into the fine print
    Of anything you signed.

    He said that they were lazy;
    They preyed on people’s work.
    He said they’d drive you crazy
    Wherever they would lurk.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 19 2024 #159311

    necro-economics

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 19 2024 #159293

    And if disease x shows up like a miracle, biden can wear a mask at the “debates” and they can morph someone else’s voice into biden’s.

    Iranian president…
    I hope my numb dread about this is unfounded.
    “I hit Krako, Krako hits Tepo, Tepo hits me…..”

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 18 2024 #159236

    My headline:
    Chat GPT finds lying best way to pass Turing test

    LGBTQCHATGPT+

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 17 2024 #159205

    Thanks, John Day.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 17 2024 #159199

    I have often wondered if a doctor might “vaccinate” a sedated pre-op patient. On the one hand, “no doctor would ever…!”, on the other hand if they think it is anybody’s best interest, I think they might..
    John Day: would a doctor do such a thing?
    Now, I see there is an incentive. That’s bad.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 17 2024 #159196

    Although it’s not Christmas,
    I’ll show you my wish list.
    It’s got lots of items, I know.
    But I’ll share them with all folks-
    Like sunshine and good jokes-
    At least we won’t need any snow!

    (Refrain)
    Let’s have peace at least by summertime;
    Let’s have laughing girls and boys;
    Let’s make peace our favorite paradigm;
    Toast new friends and make some noise.

    So why are we fighting
    When those fish are biting,
    When picnics and warm nights await?
    I’d rather hear crickets
    Than bombs in the thickets
    While young people dance with their dates.

    (Refrain)

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 16 2024 #159112

    I never know when it comes to X links, but this one from an article from the Whiteheads at Rutherford Institute (via ZH) had me giggling. A lot.
    “A crime a day”

    I just need a lot more levity these days.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 15 2024 #159071

    Picture of Dorian Gray? Before or after?
    When we moved to Illinois, a house we were shown had been owned by the guy (Ivan Albright) who painted the picture for the movie.
    It had very bad ghosts.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 14 2024 #158985

    The future, ground to dust by time,
    Is fashioned into bricks of memory.
    And stacked in crazy layers, they climb
    To build the edifice of history.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 12 2024 #158896

    It’s CNN, but here is a stunning gallery of worldwide aurorae.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 12 2024 #158895

    On a friendlier note-
    Ilargi, if anyone has earned a break, it’s you.
    Give us a heads up, please. I’d like to send something for the kitchen before you go.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 12 2024 #158894

    Yeah- I’m still going to unleash my grand theory of what’s going on. I think that the filthy rich know what Ben Davidson sees and they are diverting everyone’s attention with ideology, wars, economic chaos, bullshit and nonsense- lest the masses start reading, noticing, and begin looking for the entryways and air intakes of the multi-trillion dollar luxury “caves” of these people.
    The Naturals should make sure those Morlocks don’t emerge at all.

    Meanwhile, here’s a note from september 2023 that indicates the “cracked” magnetic field that protects the earth is why we have rare red aurorae.
    In that article, they reference one from 2022 as well.
    Looks like red aurorae are not going to be rare anymore.
    Ben says these solar storms addle the brain. It sure would explain a lot of what’s happening across the globe.
    And why you may feel that way, Ilargi.

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 11 2024 #158809

    Here‘s Title 18’s clause that Tucker is referring to. While it does not say any illegal alien can vote, it does seem to indicate so-called “dreamers” who are now 18 can.

    Go to the wiki-p page on it and see what’s covered in title 18. Could anyone read the whole thing?

    in reply to: Debt Rattle May 10 2024 #158787

    In the land of car dealerships and mega-lumens porch lights, we got to see some pretty good northern lights. Then the clouds rolled in.
    Sweet.

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