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  Where's the POTUS Thanksgiving speech?
Posted by: susnus - 5 hours ago - Forum: General Discussion - Replies (1)

the mention of Nov 23 1963. Anything about the healing aspect of Thanksgiving spent with family. The usual comforting/inspirational remarks by the POTUS.

Well, this day marks Trump at 100 days on trump property and 28 days at mar-a-lago out of 307 days total. 

Btw, fun fact - MSNBC now has more staffers covering the Roy Moore affair than Moore has staffers.

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  Which Foo' is gonna lose this war?
Posted by: susnus - 5 hours ago - Forum: General Discussion - No Replies

Wow!

Trump tweets Wed morning before 5:30am ... first I've read the tweets.

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  The basic appeal for Trump supporter/voters
Posted by: susnus - 6 hours ago - Forum: News Discussion - Replies (1)

Here's the message that Trump has been shouting all along.

a good, current read from The Atlantic

The Nationalist's Delusion
Trump’s supporters backed a time-honored American political tradition, disavowing racism while promising to enact a broad agenda of discrimination.


Quote: . . . a president who embodies the rage they feel toward those they hate and fear, while reassuring them that that rage is nothing to be ashamed of.

The specific dissonance of Trumpism—advocacy for discriminatory, even cruel, policies combined with vehement denials that such policies are racially motivated—provides the emotional core of its appeal.

His voters/supporters are just that because of Trump's approving their wanting to revert America to a pre-Civil Rights Act era.

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  NY AG probing massive fake comments on FFC net neutrality
Posted by: susnus - 8 hours ago - Forum: News Discussion - Replies (1)

Go Schneiderman! Go!

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  Arlo
Posted by: rockchalker52 - 10 hours ago - Forum: General Discussion - Replies (1)

Make some extra room on the Group W bench for Arlo.  Here's the real story from Nineteen Hunnert & Sixty-five.  And, in honor of the KC radio station (izzit 101.1 The Fox?) that plays this in its entirety every Thanksgiving, you can get anything you want at Alice's restaurant.

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  I hope you all have a good friend & family Thanksgiving
Posted by: PleaseReportToTheFrontDesk - Yesterday, 07:51 PM - Forum: General Discussion - Replies (1)

We can all find something to be thankful for.

And I know from experience that it gives you good feelings that may even extend your life. So, I'm sending everyone here a smile and a sincere hope that you have good feelings tomorrow. 



PS: I had to remind Mr. Works a Lot Harder Than I Do that we've been married 53 years today (JFK died 54 years ago today). We only have 2 coming tomorrow for Thanksgiving dinner but we worked off and on all day on it, and it's revved up and ready to go. I've been texting with the other two (Seattle and Aspen) and they sound sooper happy in their lives. Thank you, God.

We'll blast off tomorrow with a huge breakfast for kid and her son who lives here in  Topeka. And they'll tell me when their tummies think they can eat turkey stuff, at which time I'll finish dinner.  We do have important things to be thankful for so no worries there.  I think I'm going to sleep well tonight. 

And I hope you do, too. 

One thing I can be thankful for is a place like this to have fun in, and people here who, no matter how much we don't like each other's opinions, won't shoot us if they saw us. We might even shake hands and, who knows.... maybe even a hug.

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  family values
Posted by: autie - Yesterday, 05:42 PM - Forum: News Discussion - Replies (8)

So did you see about this Texas Rep. Barton?  Looks like he took a naked selfie or some foolish like that that got viralized on the interwebs.  Then he says...now get this...that he was involved with mature women in consensual sex stuff while he was married to his second wife but was in process of divorcing.  For the life of me I will never understand why men think they need naked pictures of themselves.  And it his age?  Ewwww.  Now there is nothing wrong was some good old fashion get your groove on with consent and all that good stuff.  It is just healthy normal human activity.  But when it is a Republican middle aged white Texan Congressman....well ewwwwww.  Is this behavior not inconsistent with these family values and morality that these types try to push off on everybody?  For real, would you want to look at a picture of the flippin Pillsbury dough boy naked?

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  Where's the turkey in the straw?
Posted by: susnus - Yesterday, 05:17 PM - Forum: News Discussion - Replies (4)

Ike Horst is one of the independent businessmen caught up in the Trump administration’s governmentwide deregulation frenzy. 

Between a rock and a hard place are the small turkey farming operations.

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  Turkey Pardoned by President Trump
Posted by: MediaLiesMatter - Yesterday, 12:56 PM - Forum: General Discussion - Replies (1)

National Thanksgiving Turkey Pardoned in Rose Garden
Yesterday, President Donald J. Trump and First Lady Melania Trump participated in the time-honored tradition of the Presidential turkey pardoning in the Rose Garden. After a nationwide vote, a turkey named Drumstick received the official pardon – and the esteemed title of National Thanksgiving Turkey – while his friend Wishbone was named his alternate, should Drumstick be unable to fulfill his duties. Following the ceremony, both turkeys were escorted to Virginia Tech’s “Gobbler’s Rest” exhibit in Blacksburg, Virginia, where they joined last year’s turkeys for a well-deserved retirement. The turkeys will be cared for by students and veterinarians, and visitors can learn about Virginia Tech’s programs in poultry sciences and veterinary medicine.

Turning his attention from the National Thanksgiving Turkey, President Trump expressed his gratitude to the Armed Forces, law enforcement, and first responders for their service and sacrifice in defense of our nation, our freedom, and our flag.
“I’d also like to express my thanks to the wonderful citizens of our country – the people who care for our communities, raise America’s children, uphold our laws and our values, and make this amazing land into our national home,” said the President. “As we gather together with our families on Thanksgiving and give thanks for our many blessings, we are reminded of the national family to which we all belong as citizens of this incredible country.”

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  What did he mean?
Posted by: rockchalker52 - Yesterday, 12:46 PM - Forum: Random - Replies (8)

Random thought:

The word filter is fun sometimes.  If I were to type, "There's nothing better than a good shirt,"  you don't really know if I'm talking about a comfortable button down or a comfortable butt down.   Tongue

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