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  2. I want more! --Brant this is what words are for!
  3. This is too rich in vertical and horizontal integration to delete.
  4. Ooooo. The Witch Smeller Pursuivant spent an hour investigating the least relevant matter in a complicated presentation. The shale play overlay is mine. Great Basin art was tax-supported public domain, executed by an uncredited artist and web published for educational purposes -- and Jonathan knows that. His comment was a personal put-down, plain venom and fighting words wasted on a deplorable. You're a stalker, Witch Smeller. Had to set me straight on Goodreads? An itch ya gotta scratch, because I don't deserve oxygen or bread, huh? Attacking me doesn't change anything, nor is it a particularly unique public service. I've had other stalkers, plenty of crap from others. Be of good cheer, Smelly. I live in a tin barn, no car, no phone, no book sales. To resolve the matter, I appeal to MSK to delete the entire topic or send it to the Junk Pile. Meanwhile, I'll delete the graphics, since few readers care about Hannity and absurd White House talking points, proclaiming energy independence, or previous White House antics to stage manage oil payola in Ghana. The U.S. imports five million barrels a day, and there's not a hope in hell of prying Germany away from the Nord Stream megaproject supplied by Russia. Democrats are going to settle our hash when Trump is frogmarched out sooner or later, to be replaced by an anti-industrial mob of communists, so right reason and U.S. strategic interests in energy markets are about to expire in the New Green Deal. War with Iran will be one of the stupidest, least justifiable projects in history. At some point, we should kick Mossad out of the U.S. national security establishment. Bad enough that they tricked us into conquering and occupying Basrah, a soft target, no Russian interests involved. It will be far more perilous to ignite a powderkeg of superpower intrigue, inviting Russia and China to join in the wet work, both of them aligned with Tehran for strategic and economic reasons. Don't expect the Brits or Frogs or anyone else to join "a coalition of the willing" to blow smoke over what's at stake and who we're up against this time. It's a matter of settled history that World War II was fought over oil. Consider how stupid it is to replay a conventional or nuclear catastrophe because we undertook an impossible mission on behalf of Japan, Korea, Germany, India, and above all the Jewish State that a haberdasher from Missouri recognized to swing a few votes in 1948, over adamant protest by his Secretary of State, Gen. George Marshall. What did Gen. Dwight Eisenhower warn about? The military-industrial complex. Ancient history. $20 trillion in debt today? Tip of the iceberg if we trigger World War III to please Israel and Mohammed Bin Something, the ruling Saudi prince who likes to behead dissidents by the dozens. Oh, wait a minute, I forgot. We're supposed to fret about intellectual property belonging to an academic who got paid to explain the clastic kitchen of our long-depleted conventional oilfields in Texas and Oklahoma that made it possible for America to wipe out Germany and Japan, which we now defend with U.S. garrisons, missiles, warships, and oil tankered from a fascist kingdom that nationalized the oil we discovered and developed. Energy independent? Hah. A horizontal shale frack costs three times as much as a straight hole in Arabia, produces less oil and depletes in a matter of months, instead of years. Ready to splurge trillions of borrowed dollars (again) to fight anyone who threatens Israel? Hmph. Junk Pile, for sure. We don't need no stinking critical thought. When it's all over, we can pick up the dead and dying, and say "Shit, we're sorry, orders were orders." Your turn, Smelly. Scratch that itch. Show us how clean you are.
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  6. Thanks William. Here's where I add a bad joke about he is your President too, kind of like a TV Dad.
  7. Reporter says the Constitution provides the death penalty for treason. President Trump responds by listing some of the people who committed treason.
  8. The capital of Missouri got a tornado whacking last night. Data-visualization of storm dynamics is advancing. This appeared earlier on Twitter.
  9. Better than SNL Sometimes Twitter can be better than SNL. For instance: Dumb as a rock? Totally ill prepared and ill equipped? Gaaaaaa! The leftie outrage machine on Twitter explodes. You hired him!... 42 years in charge of Exxon!... Pot/kettle!... Yada yada yada... Then this creeps in. Michael
  10. Back to front - positive right, freedom *to act* to get whatever you want by your own efforts. If a society has (positive) individual rights, this -implies- not acting against others' freedom of action to get whatever they want by...etc.(mistaken for "negative rights").
  11. On Fox’s Outnumbered just now: Once again, these probes are conclusions in search of facts. This harassment of the President and his family will backfire on you, you crooked democrats.
  12. Deanna, Scott Adams says that there is a rather substantial percentage of human beings that have no sense of humor. They just don't respond. He should know since he does Dilbert and he has to know these things for professional reasons. Well... I'm glad to see you're not one. (That's a joke. ) btw - A couple of days ago I looked you up online. I don't know why. Just for the hell of it. I do that sometimes with people who catch my attention (famous and not famous). If I read correctly, 2008 was not a good year for you. Dayaamm! I hope you recovered OK. You have my best wishes for everything, for what it's worth. I mean it. Michael
  13. And STILL no answers to my questions. Just more cowardly tee hee hee instead. If we say "deniers" often enough, we don't have to answer the questions. All-you-can eat steamed octopus for only a buck ninety five, all day, every day! J ♪ ♫ Give me that AGW religion. It's good enough for Billy, so it's good enough for me.♬♩
  14. I can't think of any logical reasoning behind a leap from "working in STEM" to marijuana farmer, so I will assume you're joking. LOL hahahaha you're so funny.
  15. James O'Keefe keeps wrecking his accusers in court, winning one case after another. Michael
  16. This is the political criteria of the social media giants these days. What a joke they are in politics. Michael
  17. Has anyone here worn a Maga hat in public? I just had an offer in my email to buy The Hat, but making "that kind of statement" could be seriously misunderstood by those loonies on the left. Sniff. Can't we all just get along? It reminds me of the kerfuffle over New Balance shoes which are many times simply for older people with wide feet. But the loonies declared that the "N" on the shoes stood for the "n' word and so older Americans were being punched by black thugs . . . for nothing. What about car bumpers with stickers supporting President Trump. Will your car have its windows knocked out or be set on fire? These evil doers should go to prison for a long, long time. Peter
  18. From the article below: “Everyone knows that the prospects of a successful move to impeach and remove the president from office by two thirds of the Senate finding that he has been proved beyond a reasonable doubt to have committed high crimes and misdemeanors, as the Constitution requires, are less than zero.” I think I detected very serious outrage from President Trump tonight. It’s closed up in the article below and I deleted a few paragraphs about Nixon. Peter For Democrats, the Party’s Over by Conrad Black at The National Review. If the Democrats are really tempted by impeachment, bring it on. Since the day after the 2016 election they have been threatening this, placing their chips on the Russian-collusion fantasy and then on the phantasmagoric charade of obstruction of justice. The attorney general accurately gave the ingredients of the offense of obstruction of justice in his four-page summary of the Mueller report: a corrupt act for corrupt purposes in contemplation of a legal proceeding. The attorney general, William Barr, the then deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein, and the Justice Department counsel concurred that none of the elements was present in the conduct of the president as recounted by Mueller. The dream died, except in the febrile imagination of the Democrats, who launched an unfounded attack on the attorney general’s integrity. Everyone knows that the prospects of a successful move to impeach and remove the president from office by two thirds of the Senate finding that he has been proved beyond a reasonable doubt to have committed high crimes and misdemeanors, as the Constitution requires, are less than zero. The turn of the tables has been exquisite and complete. The idea that anyone ever nominated by a serious American political party would collude with a foreign power to rig a presidential election is insane. No one, not even a scoundrel such as Aaron Burr or a third-party naif such as Henry Wallace, would have dreamt of such a thing. But in their desperation and denial after the unimaginable victory of someone pledged to clean out the entire political class that has ruled America since the Reagan years, the Democrats paid $10 million for a false dossier on Trump, corrupted and politicized the intelligence services and the FBI, set up an echo chamber of self-verification with the national media Trump had already reviled as dishonest, and provoked the creation of a special counsel to look into Trump–Russian collusion. The Republican congressional leaders sat on their hands to see if the leader none of them had supported would be impeached, and the Democrats and their scripted media choristers smugly carped and waited like noisy crocodiles for their victim to be reduced to inert helplessness. Guess what. Mueller did his best, with a character assassination of the president from selected Star Chamber testimony of no legal relevance and an attempt to pull the pin on a damp grenade by citing a series of legally innocuous facts and declaring an inability to exonerate for obstruction, though collusion with Russia was hopeless. Mueller knew that that was not his brief — no one had asked him to do anything except state whether or not there was valid reason to impeach the president. His spurious and cowardly recitation of legal fineries that fulfill none of the requirements for obstruction combined with a sorrowful statement of inability to exonerate on that charge is, in fact, an exoneration. It was the best Mueller, a slab-faced Trump-hater who assembled a famished wolf-pack of pathological Trump-haters as his investigative team, could do: He failed the Democratic lynch mob because he couldn’t find any evidence, and he failed the country in not producing a fully honest and impartial report. The Democrats are left at a crossroads: keep swinging like punch-drunk prizefighters lashing out when they hear the bell of a passing streetcar, or abandon the impeachment ship while there is still room in the lifeboats. The president has won his spurs with his own party. While they waited as mute and spineless spectators, he wrestled the Russian-collusion leopard off his back and slew it. He is right to stonewall the Democratic House committees on their much-touted blizzard of subpoenas. The porcine judiciary chairman, Jerry Nadler, a virulent enemy of Trump for 30 years, splutters with righteousness, but he has no legal right nor the decisive political support to start all over again after Mueller has come up empty-handed. President Truman determined in reference to the House Un-American Affairs Committee, and President Eisenhower stated in reference to the various Joseph R. McCarthy hearings, that they would not tolerate any federal executive-branch employee’s being subpoenaed about any advice they gave the president, that they would accept and honor no such subpoenas, and that anyone who responded to such subpoenas would be fired at once. This was established pre-Watergate practice and is sound law. No one should imagine that Nadler is more virtuous than McCarthy or the other red-baiters. . . . . The response of the executive branch to this threat has evolved and become more resourceful, like immunity to an affliction after recurrences of it. Where President Nixon spared the country the agony after it had made probably terminal inroads, President Reagan in the Iran-Contra affair, a minor matter involving a popular president near the end of his term, with plausible deniability, just said “I don’t recall,” and it passed. President Clinton, as Whitewater was transmogrified into the red dress and likely perjury to a grand jury, fought it out, and his opponents got a 50–50 split on one count, but did not come close to removal. Now, finally, comes a president armed with a decisive legal and political advantage who is happy to meet his accusers and massacre them if they charge. If Speaker Pelosi can’t restrain the far-left imbeciles from voting impeachment, they will not even hold the Democrats in the Senate. There is no evidence to convict this president of anything, and the country will be outraged. The Democrats have painted themselves into a corner. They must put up or shut up, impeach or back down. The president has called their bluff and the game is about to end, either an embarrassing defeat for the Democrats or political annihilation. Pelosi is no galvanizing leader, but she is a cagey veteran. She has tried to warn her more-furious caucus members of what they are getting into but is obviously having trouble controlling her partisans. I assume contemplation of what awaits will induce the House Democrats to opt for a trip to the woodshed over the political gallows, but it would be impetuous to bet a five-cent cigar on their collective judgment. Their attempt at regicide has failed completely; it’s still a bit of a long shot, but they might just manage suicide, not from justified conscientious shame, but out of witless antagonism. One way or the other, the papier-mâché Damoclean sword of impeachment will disintegrate just as the prominent Democrats who grievously abused their offices in trying to destroy Trump get ready for their own trials. Both sides come to bat in this legal game, and the Democrats have struck out.
  19. The quintessential leftie anti-Trumper. God, this is hilarious. It's hilarious because it's so damn true... LOL... Michael
  20. I am enjoying spring in Chilliwack, with plentiful healthy bike riding. I also have enjoyed getting in the gears with Periscope, Spreaker, and Youtube. One of my most popular videos was the first of the Scott Adams' several Tony Heller Challenges, which he permitted me to republish, which led to some light and some heat. Why is light hot? Or is light hot? Which part of the light is hot? We almost turned on the swamp cooler ... This is a blurb/promo, using OBS Server, a dedicated fan page (, and a homemade audio soundboard to feed a mix to Periscope. It was was live for its first appearance on Twitter. As you can imagine, HTML5 and me are getting better acquainted. I should mention also the impressive, cheap, easy to learn 'intuitive' design of podcasting app Spreaker.
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  22. What do our northern neighbors think of The New Baby, and they were supposedly kicked out of the house? And we wonder why we don’t let today’s kids watch those, politically incorrect, old movies, or look at a Virginia Governor’s old yearbook either. Gruesome lyrics to “Animal Crackers in my Soup,” as sung by Shirley Temple, unchanged by me. Animal crackers in my soup Monkeys and rabbits loop the loop Gosh oh gee but I have fun Swallowing animals one by one. In every bowl of soup I see Lions and Tigers watching me I make 'em jump right through a hoop Those animal crackers in my soup. When I get hold of the big bad wolf I just push him under to drown Then I bite him in a million bits And I gobble him right down. When they’re inside me where it's dark I walk around like Noah’s Arc I stuff my tummy like a goop With animal crackers in my soup. Animal crackers in my soup Do funny things to me They make me think my neighborhood Is a big menagerie For instance there's our Janitor His name is Mr. Klein And when he Hollers at us kids He reminds me of a Lion. And now, here is an even more un-PC variation with a different intro, and with more punctuation, from the video of Shirley Temple singing. Odd. Once Mother said "My little pet You ought to learn your alphabet!" So in my soup I used to get All the letters of the alphabet I learned them all from A to Z And now my Mother's giving me Animal crackers in my soup Monkeys and rabbits loop the loop Gosh, oh gee! but I have fun Swallowing animals one by one In every bowl of soup I see Lions and tigers watching me I make 'em jump right through a hoop Those animal crackers in my soup When I get hold of the big bad wolf I just push him under to drown Then I bite him in a million bits And I gobble him right down! When they're inside me where it's dark I walk around like Noah's Ark I stuff my tummy like a goop With animal crackers in my soup! Animal crackers in my soup Do funny things to me They make me think my neighborhood Is a big menagerie For instance, there's our Janitor His name is Mr. Klein And when he hollers at us kids He reminds me of a lion The grocer is so big and fat He has a big mustache He looks just like a walrus Just before he takes a splash! Songwriters: IRVING CAESAR,RAY HENDERSON,TED KOEHLER © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc. For non-commercial use only. Data From: LyricFind
  23. I like it. Gridlock I mean. Two trillion bucks they can't spend? Amen, El Presidente!
  24. PM May’s spy chief resigns over a certain matter ...
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