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Posted in: Classic rock albums turning 50 See in context

I listen to Thick as a Brick by Jethro Tull more than any other album from 1972. It was a great year for Rocknroll.

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Posted in: Woman killed in apparent subway shove at Times Square See in context

Sadly, the black homeless man squatting in the subway probably just wanted to get arrested for a warm bed and meals. Wrong place wrong time.

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Posted in: Expect more worrisome variants after Omicron, scientists say See in context

A large part of the problem is that the anti-whatever-people 

Wow, governments and private companies fund and research a dangerous bio weapon, it somehow gets released onto the public globally causing all sorts of trouble and death, but all that is unimportant to you, nope, the ”large part of the problem is that the anti-whatever-people”.

Maybe a bigger picture and less MSM/social justice media is needed.

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Posted in: Russia demands U.S., NATO response next week on Ukraine See in context

Looks like Biden’s handlers wanna war.

National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan claimed on Thursday that the threat of a Russian invasion is "high" after days of talks between Western powers and Moscow.

Probably some who voted for him are against it, some welcome it, most don’t care.

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Posted in: Olympic snowboard champ chooses quarantine over vaccine See in context

"Chooses"? And are those ordinary tavellers whom may not be Olympic champions given the same choice

So illogical. Do travelers arrive 20 days before the Olympics start?

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Posted in: Olympic snowboard champ chooses quarantine over vaccine See in context

I think she should get vaccinated 

Well thank god the Chinese authorities have more freedom in mind than you do. She’s 34 years old and healthy. She don’t need the vaccine(s).

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Posted in: Biden to back Senate rule change to pass voting rights bill See in context

Not surprised.

A voting rights bill where you need a vaccine passport to vote. Well vaxxers, you invited totalitarianism, and now you got it. Blue pills for all!

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Posted in: Do you feel a sense of frustration about how worried you should be and whether you can trust the government and medical experts on the coronavirus? See in context

Project Veritas dropping another truth bomb from leaked military files on the alleged “wet market” conspiracy theory and the “Ivermectin is useless” conspiracy theory:

"Ivermectin (identified as curative in April 2020) works throughout all phases of illness because it both inhibits viral replication and modulates the immune response."

I’m not worried one bit about whether I can trust any government. I don’t.

After the western worlds (government and media) big lie of the 2nd gulf war, nobody should.

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Posted in: King's daughter slams twisting of critical race theory See in context

Hopefully next we’ll read a story about some of the parents with children who are fighting CRT with their local school boards, and winning, and not some slightly famous child of a famous person the MSM trots out every mid January.

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Posted in: U.S. comedian and 'Full House' star Bob Saget, 65, found dead See in context

People watch too much TV. Maybe we need a vaccine mandate for that.

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Posted in: Thousands rally in Prague against vaccination mandate See in context

Not a single mask in that mob. Morons.

Absolutely beautiful!

Great example of the famous line from Dune “fear is the mind killer”.

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Posted in: Biden's economic challenge: Finding workers and goods See in context

If we had a rational health care system millions more would be healthy enough to work. If we had affordable higher education millions more would have money to spend on houses and cars etc.

I agree. But let’s not name any names as eh? That’s the easy way.

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Posted in: NATO rules out any halt to expansion; rejects Russian demand See in context

NATO rules out any halt to expansion; rejects Russian demand

What a disgrace. NATO needs to go down the drain.

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Posted in: Have you noticed any examples of "shrinkflation" in Japan -- when a product or portion size in a restaurant gets smaller but the price stays the same? See in context

Looks like “shrinkflation” is the new word for 2022. Ha, nickel and dime distraction. How about “usedcarscam” the way overpriced used cars and their scam of “paper work” or “corruptcontractors” when they sometimes way overcharge for contract work with shoddy quality, usually done against the elderly.

But in the end, this all may be a blessing. Maybe folks will start making and growing more of their own food, start selling their own cars, and start doing more DIY stuff. Cut out the middle man.

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Posted in: 2021 ends as Chicago's deadliest year in a quarter century See in context

I was on a bus from Texas to Detroit. The bus started in Mexico and had a stop in a burb or Chicago before the main station. There were hundreds of of Mexicans at this station when we stopped. I don’t know what happens but the black bus drivers was surrounded and he had to fist his way out back to the bus. Then we had to lay on the bus floor in case it was sprayed with gun fire. And the was 1992.

ive been to Chicago many times, the museum is excellent, a Dread Zeppelin concert, the hard rock hotel where they put my wife and I in the Lennon Yoko suite, so it’s sad that so many parents can’t control or don’t wanna control their children.

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Posted in: In nation at war with itself, one U.S. town tries cup of civility See in context

When it comes to defending the integrity of elections and guarding against more insurrections, he said, “I don’t think you can pussyfoot around right now and certainly not for as long as Trump is on the scene.”

Reads like leftist propaganda to me. And here I thank ugh to maybe it would be a nice piece on a small business success. Nope More anti trump BS.

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Posted in: Omicron's New Year cocktail: Sorrow, fear but hope for 2022 See in context

followed the advice of extremists claiming the virus isn't real

my god, I hope you realize you’re picking on probably .00009% group here. Why? Does it give you that much satisfaction?

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Posted in: Chinese manufacturers’ products are no longer ‘cheap and low-quality.’ Competition in the domestic market is severe. Companies cannot survive unless they develop products that really resonate with customers. See in context

Another Wasada University quote today? Now I’m really starting to question the Human Resources department there.

My folks back in the States HAD an LG TV. It died recently. It only lasted 8 years, meanwhile my Toshiba still works great after 14 years. The LG technology made every show look like it was filmed in Masterpiece Theater style. Funny that no company in the world can make a toaster that even comes close to the quality of the ones made 60 years ago.

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Posted in: What will 2022 bring in the way of misinformation on social media? See in context

You cannot censor or delete information in hopes of a better freer future. This whole article reinforces only one theme, everyone is too dumb to decided for themselves so decisions on what you see, hear and read should be left to bureaucrats and corporations.

and now some quotes from some of my favs:

It may not be nice to be good, little 6655321. It may be horrible to be good. And when I say that to you I realize how self-contradictory that sounds. I know I shall have many sleepless nights about this. What does God want? Does God want goodness or the choice of goodness? Is a man who chooses the bad perhaps in some way better than a man who has the good imposed upon him? Deep and hard questions, little 6655321.

Anthony Burgess, A Clockwork Orange

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There must be something in books, something we can’t imagine, to make a woman stay in a burning house; there must be something there. You don’t stay for nothing.

Ray Bradbury, Fahrenheit 451

In 1930’s Germany Adolf Hitlers government used his Hitler youth to burn books they didn’t want others to read. Then later he sent those Hitler youth on a suicide mission to “save” Germany. Basically Hitler never cared for life.

Twitter has recently banned Dr. Robert Malone, inventor of mRNA technology.

Very sad how so many can just blindly accept such control over their thoughts and decisions from governments and corporations, who basically, don’t care about life, only re-elections and bottom lines.

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Posted in: A show with a national reputation groups performers by male-female gender categories serves to reinforce binary thinking about gender and possibly results in encouraging human rights violations against non-binary people and others. See in context

A show with a national reputation groups performers by male-female gender categories serves to reinforce binary thinking about gender and possibly results in encouraging human rights violations against non-binary people and others.

Clearly the Neo-Marxists are infiltrating Japan higher education.

Never watched more than one minute of this show but it’s a very popular cultural event in Japan right? Yep, now even the Marxists are using the old successful divide and conquer technique.

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Posted in: American businessman promises urgent flights of potatoes to Japan to ease French fry shortage See in context

Burger King is better than McDonald’s. If a restaurant puts onions inside the meat like Mos or Lotteria, then it’s not a hamburger. It’s a sliced meatloaf sandwich. LOL

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Posted in: New COVID-19 cases in U.S. soar to highest levels on record See in context

It's no longer just MAGA, it's now MAGA-Q[Anon] for the real obsessives.

Real obsessives? The only time I see MAGA, or MAGA-Q[Anon] (whatever that is) on here is from posts like this. So who is the “real obsessives”?

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Posted in: New COVID-19 cases in U.S. soar to highest levels on record See in context

combined with the high antibodies in vaccinated people who get Omicron,

Oh yes, for sure. It’s a miracle we’ve survived millions of years without mRNA shots (not vaccines) and Pfizer.

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Posted in: Japan considers bringing forward COVID booster shots for all: Kishida See in context

The vaccines are not experimental, and recognized as proper vaccines, effective and safe by the scientific and medical consensus. 

The vaccines are experimental, only recognized as proper vaccines, effective but maybe safe by human scientific and medical consensus that has a history of corruption. How do you think so many dangerous opioids make it past the FDA which caused the crisis?

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 35 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 214 See in context

Talking about Covid past present and future is necessary

The whole “overdose on horse paste” MSM global tsunami story just when bottoms up as the doctor who treated the fellow from Texas said it wasn’t true. I also remember some very very very nasty things said about Your President Trump and allowed to stay on here. Now even hint at any negative Biden comment and wooosh it’s gone. Oh, and don’t ever mention Assange either.

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Posted in: 50% of single-parent households in Japan struggle financially: study See in context

zichiToday  05:40 pm JST

The country needs all the children it can produce. Falling birth rates.

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The country doesn't- The safeguarded members of the unbending and unrelenting system do, to put off overhauling their superannuated approach to the modern world, maintaining their positions at the expense of the rest of the country, present and future.

Oh now that’s a nice one!

Some folks never get it.

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Posted in: Kishida calls on people to drink more milk See in context

Wow, lots folks on here downing milk (haha). What I don’t get is the criticism of Americans over dairy products. It’s clearly the HFCS and those massive 7/11 sodas and sugar and fast food and sofas/video games/teevee, more often than not.

Leave dairy and milk out of it please.

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Posted in: What is Christmas going to be like for you this year? See in context

Oh, I forgot about the homemade tacos dinner.

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Posted in: What is Christmas going to be like for you this year? See in context

Getting some drywall delivered, installing the imported pink insulation, then drywall, then Hinoki planks, and leak testing the shower connections in between.

Yes, a Merry Christmas for sure!

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Posted in: Jason Bateman named Hasty Pudding's Man of the Year See in context

Oh my!

How could you not mention Little House on the Prairie?

Just kidding. It’s finally past it’s expiration date. Too bad really, the show is a great moral compass helper, especially in these violent and useless dialog TV days.

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