Saturday, July 11, 2020

Caturday... The Afternoon Stretch...

Mornin! Grab your covfefe and check out these videos..

 During the course of scrolling the webz these were a handful of videos that I felt were worth sharing.

Each one has it's own subject matter.


This video is from a guy name Bobby Watson<<  . If you hit the link check out the first video in the his timeline. It's in Los Angeles.

(borrowed from IOTWReport )


 This guy gets Karen'd in Walmart. He actually does fairly well against two nutjobs.


Go check out this one that Jeffli over at ANODTOTHEGODS posted 


Meanwhile the media keeps pushing the narrative to the masses...


What twists and turns are coming during the next 4 months??


Friday, July 10, 2020

Friday Femme Fatale.... Better Nate Than Lever...


All the other "pots" are calling the "kettle" black

Comment from reader Jeffrey in Huntsville:

It’s a violation of the President’s 4th amendment right of privacy “of personal effects and papers.” Especially his income BEFORE he took office.  If the IRS is satisfied with his previous returns, it should end there.

I just checked Wikipedia, Nancy Pelosi is worth almost 60 million dollars! … and more than a dozen other congressmen are worth even more than her, so go investigate THEIR corrupt income that they earned while IN OFFICE. BTW, I learned from wiki that she comes from a very old and long line of Italian politicians that owned several Baltimore, Maryland political seats that stinks of the Italian MOB. After the Italians’ revered Christopher Columbus statue was thrown into the Baltimore harbor last week, she said she “doesn’t care much about statues, … the people are gonna do what they do.” 


 Make sure you have plenty of coffee. You don't want to fall asleep too early and miss FFF...

Scrolling The News... Hmmm, Here's an interesting headline...

Researchers: Mass. residents leaving home almost as much as before pandemic

 That's interesting I wonder how the "researchers" are getting their data? *sips coffee continues reading.

Jason Law

BOSTON — John Husson made sure his mask was on tight while throwing soft toss to his young daughter at Billings Field in West Roxbury.
Her travel league softball team is scheduled to begin games in Massachusetts and New Hampshire next week.
“We’re not quite as fearful, still a little bit fearful, but not nearly as bad,” Husson said about traveling during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Blah blah blah start off with a touchy feely lead-in.  

It seems a lot of our anxiety about leaving the house evaporated in the summer heat, and geolocation data from our cell phones support that theory. 

Oh really?

“We’ve seen mobility going up across the country fairly gradually,” Mike Warren said.
Warren is the co-founder of Descartes Labs, a New Mexico research company that uses our geolocation data to measure mobility--or how far we travel from home on a typical day--during the pandemic.

and I'm sure teh gov ain't invested somehow, right?

The data shows Massachusetts mobility is back to 75 or 80 percent of what it was before the pandemic, according to Warren.

“We can see in some other states is actually back up to 100 percent or even larger,” Warren said.

The good news for all of us is that the number of COVID-19 cases continues to trend downward in Massachusetts, even as our travel ramps back up.

But Warren can’t explain why the number of cases have exploded in other parts of the country, like Florida and Arizona, even though the data shows their mobility is roughly the same as Massachusetts.
“Something is different. Is it because more people are indoors now because it’s been hot and you’re just breathing recirculated air conditioned air? Or are people wearing masks more consistently in places where the outbreak was more serious early on? We just don’t know,” Warren said.
Descartes Labs also provided a state-by-state breakdown of travel in the northeast that shows Vermonters are traveling the most in July.

Massachusetts and New York residents are venturing out the least, according to the graph.

Warren said the data they collect is already anonymized, and there’s no way Descartes Labs can trace it to an individual or their phone numbers.

*cough *cough...bullshit

“We additionally have some other policies to make sure that any of the data we produce couldn’t be combined with the data other people have in order to track an individual,” Warren said. 

Ya.. ok.

Thursday, July 9, 2020

Not very...

Just A Short Sample Of A Loooooooooong List....

Meanwhile, In Canada...

sent in by Alan

Pavlovian Breakfast Suggestion...

Monday, July 6, 2020

R.I.P. Charlie Daniels

                                                                                 Here are a few of my favorites.

                                                                                      Carolina (I remember you)


Lonesome Boy From Dixie

covid ✔ murder hornets ✔ riots ✔ second surge ✔


After more than three months of shutdowns, mandatory quarantines, self-imposed exile from society and working from home, nature-lovers looking for a well-earned breath of fresh air could face a possible collision course between coronavirus and tick-borne illnesses this summer.

A "perfect storm," warns Eva Sapi, a University of New Haven biology professor and group director for the Lyme Disease Research Group.

Noting the mild winter on the East Coast, Sapi says, "We do have a bad year for the ticks."
Hikers, campers and anyone else eager for an escape could "just explode into the outdoors. And there may not be the same thoughtful approach" to preventing exposure, explains Dr. Sorana Segal-Maurer, director of the Dr. James J. Rahal, Jr. Division of Infectious Diseases at NewYork-Presbyterian Queens health care system.


Sunday, July 5, 2020

“How could the CDC make that mistake? This is a mess.”

I know everyone is getting really sick and tired fucking fed up with this corona virus and the countless numbers of inconsistencies. 


The CDC is over counting the number of China coronavirus cases in an apparent effort to keep the country shut down throughout the summer.  This fraudulent activity was uncovered by the far-left Atlantic proving even a dead clock is right twice a day. 

Follow the links to

The Atlantic <


Even the NYT noted the GAO's report.


Along the line how they are reporting cases, I saw this post about Texas on twitter:

 We are seeing spikes in multiple states including Texas. Could this be part of the reason?

Someone corroborated the above tweet in the comments and posted this video:  (Back in May, there were new criteria issued in Texas for counting cases.)

It is also corroborated in this article >>  TEXAS SCORECARD <<<


North Texas officials are warning changes in how the state defines and reports cases of the Chinese coronavirus could “significantly and artificially” spike local case totals, creating false alarm as Texas begins to reopen for business.
Collin County Judge Chris Hill advised residents this weekend the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) will begin reporting “probable” COVID-19 cases in addition to “confirmed” cases.
Texas is also expanding its criteria for defining “probable” cases, as well as COVID-related deaths.