Ellen Stuttle

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  1. Guys, think. How many weeks are there in a year? What month of the year is June? June 21 could not be in the 21st week of the year. If you count weeks starting from January 1, irrespective of what day of the week January 1 falls on (that is, the first week is January 1 through January 7), then May 21 starts the 21st week of the year. * Pedantically, Ellen * Add: That's in a non-Leap Year. May 21 is the second day of the 21st week of the year (counting weeks from January 1) in a Leap Year.
  2. Michael, You can get things so scrambled and tangled, it's a mystery to me how you do it, but you do have a genius for it. We all have our talents? Take care. Ellen
  3. No one else set out for the goals Trump set out to achieve. And of course he has an enormous amount of energy - and ability to arouse enthusiasm, in those favorable to his MAGA program. He also arouses detestation, but maybe the polarized attitudes have been helpful in the respect of being attention-getting. It's also the case that he has not achieved some things he wanted to, what with all the opposition and interference. So Trump is just one among many then? Not the super grandmaster Lin said? I'm not diminishing him. I'm just disagreeing with what I think is a hyperbolic evaluation. You scarcely see me do anything these days. I'm hardly posting on OL. I'm increasingly limited by my eye problems in how much time I can spend online, and to the extent I communicate online, it's mostly in non-public places where I have some small usefulness in deliberations regarding Covid. Ellen
  4. Michael, You're addressing something different than what I'm saying. I fully applaud and appreciate Trump's achievements. I haven’t said a thing about abandoning Trump. I hope the audit stuff works and he gets back in the White House where he legitimately belongs. And "pain and frustration" I feel at what's happening in this country aren’t an issue of my blaming Trump. I don’t blame Trump. The point I was making and will repeat is that Trump is not a multiple-dimensional chess master like Lin and various others say he is. He's smart, resourceful, determined, etc., etc. That doesn’t mean he's the super-strategist some say he is. Obviously, he isn’t. Ellen
  5. That could easily be the case. However, I don’t buy Lin's assessment that "President Trump is a genius [and] plays chess at a level we will never fully understand." Trump does feints and ruses and produces sleight-of-hand distractions, things like that. But high-level chess master? Hell, he didn’t even know enough to keep his supporters out of the January 6 imbroglio at the Capitol building and himself out of the inconvenience of another impeachment attempt. And he was the perfect patsy for the "vaccination" schemers' plan. I'm not impressed by his "genius" chess-playing. (Lin, btw, advises against getting vaccinated. He parts company with Trump on that much.) Ellen
  6. I meant "playing politics" pejoratively, which isn’t what I took you to be saying. Lin Wood says that "President Trump is a genius [and] plays chess at a level we will never fully understand." Also that he supports Trump 100%. I see no need, whatever supposedly brilliant strategies Trump is employing, for his having re-endorsed McKissick. Ellen
  7. Michael, Trump's refraining from endorsing Lin Wood because of potential problems over the Pence issue wouldn’t require Trump's actively coming on the scene and (re)endorsing McKissick at the eleventh hour - with false praise at that. He could have just stayed out of it. His action looks to me like that of someone "playing politics." Ellen
  8. What is going on with Trump's endorsement of Drew McKissick, not Lin Wood, as Chair of the South Carolina Republican Party? See. And this and following: Is the problem Trump's reliance on Mark Meadows again? Any other clues? Ellen EDIT: Is the Trump endorsement of McKissick not real? See.
  9. My bet is that she knows things about the virus plan and has enough human decency not to like what she knows. Ellen
  10. I have a different viewpoint on the amount of advance planning. I think that wheels were already greased for a fast approval - and that the mRNA technique had already been developed before the virus was ever released. Maybe info on the extent of pre-planning will come to light as time goes on. Ellen
  11. I don’t agree that there would have been a drawn-out development process. I think that Trump's Warp Speeding push was convenient for people behind the mRNA "vaccines," and that there would have been emergency FDA approval for those irrespective of Trump. Along with Trojan Horse potentials which I suspect will emerge, the social controllers want a caste system of the vaccinated versus the unvaccinated (and that isn’t something Trump was seeking). Ellen
  12. I'll presume some facetiousness in the first sentence. Re the second, does the article William posted claim that only anti-vaxxers are leery of the "vaccines"? False claim, if so. For instance, neither I nor any of the skeptical scientists (and a few doctors) I know directly or via my husband is an anti-vaxxer. (I haven’t had time to read the material either you or William linked to and don’t expect to get time until later this week.) Ellen
  13. "Like a lamb to the slaughter." Ellen
  14. ‘Look, I’m Safe to Be Around’ – New Covid Wristbands Are a Way to Prove You’ve Been Fully Vaccinated Ellen
  15. I recall your posting a list specifically addressed to Tony, but I don’t remember where. Here's a possible clue as to when: Ellen