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Posted in: J Lo and Ben Affleck hold lavish estate wedding See in context

Or, rather than Negative Nancys, one could wish them good luck!

As she said, "It's a beautiful love story that we got a second chance".

I wish them the best.

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Posted in: Gary Busey charged with sex offenses at Monster-Mania Con See in context

Could also be someone falsely accusing him.

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Posted in: CNN cancels 'Reliable Sources,' host Stelter leaving network See in context

CNN went down the drain decades ago. Perhaps there's an opening for spud look-alike on Nickelodeon?

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Posted in: Source of Britain's River Thames driest ever as drought nears See in context

"Europe’s current drought is certainly historic. Scientists at the European Drought Observatory said that the drought is on track to be the worst one in 500 years, Sky News reported

Read more at: https://www.miamiherald.com/news/nation-world/world/article264446131.html#storylink=c py"

Which means that it's also NOT unprecedented, and has previously occurred also well before the Industrial Revolution, or any other "Anthropogenic Global Warming" claims. Enjoy the facts.

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Posted in: Source of Britain's River Thames driest ever as drought nears See in context

Only since 1935? Then, when was the previous record low? Surely, it must be a bit earlier. Or, is the historical record poorly kept?

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Posted in: Starbucks asks labor board to halt union votes temporarily See in context

Go ahead and unionize. Then, the price of products will become even more exorbitantly high that even the most leftist customers will rebuff the pricing. And while at it, why not raise the hourly wages to $200 per hour (or the local equivalent)? That would be a "living wage".

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Posted in: Amazon's Bezos attends premiere for $1 bil 'Lord of the Rings' prequel See in context

I wonder how much Laura Sánchez got paid...

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Posted in: Actor Anne Heche 'not expected to survive' after crash: U.S. media See in context

Sad that she lost her life as a result of a drugs/alcohol induced car crash. Fortunately, the owner of the home into which she crashed and caused a major fire was not injured.

Ms Heche had a troubled life, rife with alcohol/drug related crises. A sad ending indeed.

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Posted in: Trump says FBI conducting search of Mar-a-Lago estate See in context

Banana Republic type activities! Nothing says political witch hunt more than this!

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Posted in: China's Hainan expands COVID lockdowns to more areas to quell outbreak See in context

Let them continue torturing their own people with these ridiculous lock downs. Perhaps after enough of the tyranny the peasants will successfully revolt and overthrow the commies.

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Posted in: 'Climate criminal': Celebrities rapped over jet use See in context

Some of these same celebrities are those who preach down to the proles about reducing their carbon footprint (Leo DiCaprio, George Clooney, John Kerry, AlGore, to name a few...)

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Posted in: Kishida to reshuffle cabinet with COVID, Taiwan, Unification Church in focus See in context

Shuffling the deck with only buffoons in the cards

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Posted in: Warner Bros axes 'Batgirl,' won't release $90 mil HBO Max film See in context

Lol! Woke Hollyweird getting a reality check?

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Posted in: Work stoppages and no chatting at lunch: Japan Inc grapples with COVID See in context

"Japan's tally of COVID cases has surged past those of other countries..." yes, despite being one of the most highly vaxxed populations and the near-ubiquitous, zealous masking.

Perhaps the masking results in some self-infections?

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Posted in: WNBA's Griner convicted at drug trial in Russia; sentenced to 9 years See in context

"Griner testified she was aware cannabis oil was outlawed in Russia".

She intentionally attempted to smuggle the illegal drugs into the country. Foolish choice that results in harsh punishment. Don't feel sorry for her.

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Posted in: U.S. House Speaker Pelosi lands in Japan, final stop on Asia trip See in context

Note the lack of masks? Nana was wearing a big, bright blue mask in Taiwan. Is she trying to infect everyone she meets with while in Japan?

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Posted in: First kisses may have helped spread cold sore virus See in context

There's much scientifically supported to chastity and monogamy.

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Posted in: Climate change intensifying water cycle, bringing more powerful storms and flooding See in context

And just to be clear that the data I referenced is not from some "fringe" source (though I did misspell the name of the volcano : it's Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha'apai) please refer to :


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Posted in: Climate change intensifying water cycle, bringing more powerful storms and flooding See in context

Speaking of increased water vapor in the Stratosphere, "the Tonga eruption sent around 146 teragrams (1 teragram equals a trillion grams) of water vapor into Earth’s stratosphere – equal to 10% of the water already present in that atmospheric layer. That’s nearly four times the amount of water vapor that scientists estimate the 1991 Mount Pinatubo eruption in the Philippines lofted into the stratosphere."

And next, are the climate alarmists going to blame human activity for the Hunga-Tonga Hunga-Apia volcanic eruption? That would be some very interesting mental gymnastics!

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Posted in: UK sea levels rising quicker than century ago: study See in context

Paul14, then perhaps you can appreciate that there is historical subsidence in areas where there are claims of sea level change?

There are many areas which were previously inhabited and developed that have since become subseasurface ruins, many of which are located in the Mediterranean.

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Posted in: Heavy rain hits northern Japan, 200,000 urged to evacuate See in context

Those squawking loudest about "climate change" seem incapable (or simply unwilling) of differentiating between weather and climate.

The heavy rains are a weather event.

PSA: Earth's climate has always been in a state of Flux.

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Posted in: Kishida eyes talks with U.S. House Speaker Pelosi on Fri. See in context

I wonder if Pelosi will tell Kishida about "President" Benjamin Franklin like she did in Taiwan...

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Posted in: Japan reports 249,830 coronavirus cases; 38,940 in Tokyo See in context

Be afraid.... Be very afraid... Or, live your life as you want.

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Posted in: Asahi Beer abolishes 'image girl' spokesmodel position, ending practice at big four brewers See in context

Times change, and not necessarily for the better.

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Posted in: Japan swelters as temperatures climb over 30 C See in context

Yes, it's a typical summer day. And?

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Posted in: Japan reports 211,058 coronavirus cases; 30,842 in Tokyo See in context

My neighbor's husband recently tested positive, but his only symptom was a scratchy throat (weekly test required by his employer). All 8 of his family members had to be tested as a result of his positive test result, but NOT ONE had a positive test result. Only he and his wife got the jabs(both had adverse reactions).

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Posted in: UK sea levels rising quicker than century ago: study See in context

"We have destabilized the Stable State of the Climate..."

And when, pray tell, did this supposed "stable state" begin? Surely with your advanced degree you can clearly identify the point in history? Was it before or after the Medieval Warm Period? Or Perhaps before the extinction of the dinosaurs? Or in the Little Ice Age?

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Posted in: Beyonce to remove offensive lyric after disabled community outcry See in context

The neverending wokism.... Hilarious!

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Posted in: Will Smith posts an apology video for slapping Chris Rock See in context

I applaud Mr Smith for having seemingly earnestly apologized. That said, he really and truly stuffed up with his criminal behavior on the stage that day. Actions indeed have consequences.

His reputation has been perhaps permanently tarnished.

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Posted in: Beyonce releases new album 'Renaissance' See in context

"She's a pop singer not a 17th. century witch."

Yes, she's a "pop" singer. She's among a great many who perform very vulgar, profane, and disgusting songs for the equally profane general public.

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