Mr. Noidall comments

Posted in: Kabul's mannequins, hooded and masked under Taliban rules See in context

As long as they don’t cover up the ankles I don’t see a problem. While other cultures prize beautiful feminine figures, faces, and dispositions; this culture goes the extra mile to place value on women’s ankles. They’re like chefs who overlook the choice cuts and go straight for the sweetbreads. And for that they deserve a head nod.

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Posted in: More classified documents found at Biden's home by lawyers See in context

The bloopers, the racist gaffes, the incoherent mumblings, the wild pounding of fists on the podium accompanied by manufactured outrage, the all around incompetence and indifference towards the American citizenry, and now this. This presidency has given us so much, it’d be absolutely gut-busting hilarious if in reality it wasn’t so harmful to the country.

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Posted in: Zelensky promises 'everything necesary' to defend Soledar from Russia See in context

I hope so. It’s my money he’s got there.

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Posted in: Garland appoints special counsel to investigate Biden documents See in context

My, how the tables have turned. And I like it.

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Posted in: Trump's tax returns released after long fight with Congress See in context

Unlike the progressive left, I’ll be moving on from Trump. But for what’s it’s worth, he got the democrats to come out of the grass. I won’t be voting for them no matter how much trump capitalized on the tax code.

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Posted in: Deforestation of Brazilian savanna surged some 25% in a year, sources say See in context

At a time when progressives are screaming that the world will end in the immediate future if we don’t act now, deforestation of the Amazon is up at its highest level since 2015. This is why I can’t get on board with all the climate hysteria. I recycle, reduce, and reuse; but do let me know when rich delegates stop flying private jets to a climate summit; let me know when corporate America and Japan turn off the electric advertisements and lights in time square and shibuya; and let me know when corporations stop deforesting the Amazon. Then, and only then, will I subscribe to the climate hysteria.

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Posted in: Freed arms dealer Bout praises Putin, backs Ukraine assault See in context

I think this trade is quite revealing of where Biden’s interests lie. Especially considering he was attending a vigil for victims of gun violence and then let out one of the world’s biggest arms dealers. But, but, but, as Lemon recently said on cnn, her release is a big plus for the LGBTQIA’s community. I guess ask not what your country can do for you but what you can do for your country must’ve got assassinated with Kennedy.

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Posted in: Brittney Griner released from Russia in prisoner swap for arms dealer Viktor Bout See in context

I’m glad she’s coming home. As an American citizen, I empathized with her. Despite that, I refuse to entertain the lie that she suffered “…months of being unjustly detained in Russia, held under intolerable circumstances,"  She broke Russia law and was caught on camera as well as red handed doing it. And to that end, I feel embarrassed as an American that our impotent president left behind service members—like he did in Afghanistan—in exchange for a pro-athlete who happens to tick all the high social scoring boxes. And then he let what some have called the most dangerous man on earth, the merchant of death, back into the world. Truly amazing.

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Posted in: Pelosi to step down as top Democrat after Republicans take House See in context

I think it’s very noble of Pelosi to step down; it’s the best thing she could do for the citizens of her district. But much like her canny ability to shop the stock market at just the right time, I think her timing is once again sharp-witted, especially considering the gop has just now officially announced an investigation into Joe Biden.

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Posted in: Sean Penn loans Oscar to Zelenskyy until Ukraine wins war See in context

It’s clear, to me, that giving an an Oscar in this context, that the Oscar is seen as a type of deity to these people. That would then explain the reason for the culty vibe that they have.

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Posted in: Republicans promises to deliver 'wake-up call' for Biden at midterms See in context

A massive 40 million Americans have already voted early, according to NBC News on Sunday, and both sides were predicting victory.

So the democratic gospel that preaches widespread voter suppression at the hands of republicans is dubious at best. You can vote early, by mail, from your recliner and so on.

And the propaganda that a vote for the republicans is a threat to democracy is just that, propaganda. If the republicans win, then democracy wins as that will be because of the will of the people.

"Democracy is literally on the ballot. This is a defining moment for the nation," Biden warned.

doesn’t Biden, like, say this exact same thing every time there’s an election? It seems every vote is a threat to democracy unless it’s a vote for good ol’ Joe and his ilk. I wonder why?

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Posted in: COP27 kicks off with deal to discuss climate compensation See in context

Great article. It solidifies what I already suspected: a bunch of elites and money shifting from hand to hand.

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Posted in: Biden on California rescue mission as House Democrats falter See in context

Immigrants are not responsible for the downgrade of the American middle class, nor mask mandates.

You’re not arguing in good faith if you refuse to distinguish immigrants from illegal aliens.

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Posted in: Biden on California rescue mission as House Democrats falter See in context

America is a net exporter of oil, not a net importer.

Sure. Under Trump. But with Biden, he showed up in Riyadh a while back with cap in hand only to get an informal fist pump from the saudis.

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Posted in: Biden on California rescue mission as House Democrats falter See in context

Build back better won’t be just an empty campaign slogan once the pubs take over next week. It’ll be a very real mountainous task for them after the last two years of a dumpster fire.

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Posted in: Biden on California rescue mission as House Democrats falter See in context

Ukrainain will be the biggest,loser in the election,when Republicans say they will curtail aid

And this is why Biden and the dems will be the biggest losers next week. They put other countries and illegal immigrants before American citizens. When Americans vote, they expect their elected politicians to look after their concerns first. If there’s anything left over, then by all means save the world. But Biden’s conspicuous America-last policy has driven the country and his party into the ground.

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Posted in: 14 hurt, including 3 children, in Chicago Halloween shooting See in context

I’m sorry, but no one really cares about these types of shootings that occur daily. Let us know when the rare maga white supremacist republican January six shooter does something. Then we’ll care. Until then: meh.

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Posted in: Intruder seeking U.S. House Speaker Pelosi at her home beats husband with hammer See in context

wow! This makes me think of Malcom X and the JFK assassination.

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Posted in: UK still backs Rwanda deportations despite legal challenge See in context

Britain’s immigration minister said Tuesday that people who arrive by unauthorized means should not be allowed to claim asylum in the U.K. and she vowed to press on with a contentious plan to send some asylum-seekers on a one-way trip to Rwanda.

What a breath of fresh air sanity is when it circulates in these twilight-zone times.

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Posted in: U.S. warns about foreign efforts to sway American voters See in context

For me, it’s the underlying message of the article that I find more worrisome; and in my mind, it’s just a continuation of the some-people-can’t-get over-2016, and, we-can-never-let-Trump-happen-again. It’s divisive and dangerous, and believe this is just seed planting; and even though I don’t know the future, I suspect the dems will cry foul from now on any elections in which they don’t come out on top. Hilary and the msm floated the idea that trump was illegitimate and that Russian interference got trump the presidency That is source of this toxic mess we’re currently in, I believe. That message and the continued of it or what worries me. I didn’t and don’t need Putin or Xi to tell me about Hilary or Trump. I lived through the 90s. Besides, who said this in 2019?

“China is going to eat our lunch? Come on, man…

“I mean, you know, they’re not bad folks, folks. But guess what? They’re not competition for us.”

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Posted in: Native American actress who refused Oscar for Brando dies at 75 See in context

And this is the irony of progressivism: she will be remembered for being her race more so than for her accomplishments.

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Posted in: Russia abandons key bastion; Putin ally suggests a nuclear response See in context

The guy calling for low grade nuclear weapons obviously has exorbitantly high grade stupidity. Especially after considering Nagasaki and Hiroshima and Chernobyl and Fukushima. These people who are in charge all around the world are the real threat; more so than climate change.

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Posted in: U.S. vice president to discuss Taiwan during trip to Japan, S Korea See in context

Pretty sure the VP of the US doesn't care whether or not you like her.

Nor does she care about your opinion

She will seem to care a couple of weeks before Super Tuesday. But you’re right, she generally doesn’t care about the opinions of the people.

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Posted in: U.S. vice president to discuss Taiwan during trip to Japan, S Korea See in context

I can only imagine:

We’ve got the Tai, unnkay. Then we’ve got wan, unnkay. And we are doing what we will always be doing, unnkay. We will tie the tai to the wan, and together we will come together, unnkay, and we will tell China, do not come, do not come.

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Posted in: GOP's hard-line tactics on migrants refocus midterm debate See in context

Despite the opinion’s ubiquitous use of the word migrants, the fact remains these people crossed the border illegally; and therefore, the are illegal aliens. That’s important, I think. I believe that’s part of the democrats’ propaganda.

But I am still convinced the republicans are the better party. I’m more concerned about crime and general disunity amongst Americans than the progressive issues consuming the Democratic Party. Besides, reading this just gives me more personal vindication for leaving the Democratic Party in 2016. The dems are at their old tactics when that can’t get their way: comparing their opponents to Fidel Castro ( or hitler or nazies or etc) launching wasteful investigations without substantial cause, and catering more to the voices of lawbreakers over fellow law abiding citizens. I appreciate the opinion of this writer, but I’m staying with pubs.

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Posted in: Celebrities coming back to White House after Trump drought See in context

And one-percenters

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Posted in: Celebrities coming back to White House after Trump drought See in context

This is fine. I don’t listen to pop music and corporate music. I listen to anti-establishment anti-status quo hardcore music. So I don’t see a problem with this at all. Have a good time corporate-backed pop singers at establishment and status quo central. Rock on!

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Posted in: Judge asks Trump's lawyers if he declassified records in FBI search See in context

Why waste more tax money? Just throw him in prison.

Because dems are adept at squandering money without much to show for it. Hence, we’re still waiting for them to slap the cuffs on him. It seems the wait will be indefinite.

The current guy didn’t sell national secrets for personal gain, nor did he try to overthrow democracy.

neither did the former guy. Or else he’d be in jail for treason already. This is just more political theater.

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Posted in: China says Biden's Taiwan remarks 'severely violate' U.S. policy over island See in context

Relax, China, the White House walked his comment back by saying everything is status quo.

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Posted in: 60% of people with foreign roots questioned by Japanese police: survey See in context

So it is not only Police it is the whole system created to abuse foreigners.

I disagree with the notion that Japanese institutions and society were first started with the goal in mind to abuse foreigners. Sounds possibly like another case of an American overseas declaring their rights—I really don’t know. Juss sayin’

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