Day By Day


  • Tough Titty
    Said the Kitty
    When the milk ran dry…!

  • Ozymandias

    Well Skye, feel free to leave Seattle if you don’t like it here.

  • Spin Drift

    Think of the pointed conversations she will have at that temperature. Could put a mans eye out.

    War Damn Eagle

  • grayjohn

    Embittered of those with merit. That sums up the last 8 years perfectly.

  • formwiz

    Very apt.

  • Guitanguran

    lebbenlebbenlebbenlebben…do I hear fiteen dollar? Going once, going twice…

  • RHT447

    Embittered? Absolutely. IMHO, there is more to it. In regards to gun owners, I think this puts it well—

    “Individually, we do not bear arms because we are afraid. We bear arms
    as a declaration of capacity. An armed man can cope – either in the city
    or in the wilderness – and because he is armed, he is not afraid.

    The hoplophobe fears and, yes, hates us, because we are not afraid. We
    are overwhelmingly “other” than he, and in a way that emphasizes his

    Jeff Cooper

    • Deplorable B Woodman

      As the imaginary conversation goes;
      “Why do you carry a gun? What are you afraid of?”

      “When I carry, nothing.”

        • Pamela

          I’d say someone needs to take that girl out and teach her to shoot, but then looking at her, not sure if I’d feel safe with even being near a gun or weapon of any type. That includes twitterverse, snapcrap, toolategram and foneybaloney book.
          Considering a bullet hole can be patched up, but when you think about it, the damage the SM Users crowd can do that’s another type of devastation entirely.

          • NotYetInACamp

            A NYC friend told me in conversation recently that she and her husband were considering getting a gun. Maybe he can get through the hoops for a concealed carry, with his proggy credentials and all.
            She knows how to use weapons. Unsure about him. Maybe. he is aggressive in other ways.
            Gun fear is validly only about not having one.

    • Delilah T.

      Afraid? Oh, heck, I’m more afraid of arachnids than I am of peeples. Arachnids will try to stare you down. The big hunting wolf spiders are the creepiest. They just stare at you and wait for you to make the first move… and then — EEEEEKKK!

      But people? Yeah, they can move to 63rd and Stony Island or Englewood. I’d love to see just how long they last on the streets of the near Sout’ Side. The cops are getting ambushed down there.

      You do know that even a little spray thingy of breath freshener is more likely to disable a Bad Guy than being a shrinking violet, right?.

      • AlexJ

        Chicago has always accepted a certain level of violence from the gangsters of the 20’s and 30’s through to the jagoffs of today. It’s only when the level of violence gets to a point where people start to notice does it become a parts problem.

        “Chicago’s top cop says he’s personally upset by public perception that the city is overrun by murder and other violence, even as a deadly November pushed homicides overall here to the highest level in nearly two decades.

        “The truth of the matter is Chicago is not out of control. There’s certain parts of the city that we have to address the violence,” Chicago police Superintendent Eddie Johnson said Tuesday at a downtown City Club of Chicago breakfast. He and Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart told the room full of civic leaders and others gathered at Maggiano’s restaurant that they continue to push for new legislation to toughen penalties for repeat gun offenders.”

        We actually agree with Ed. Certain parts are very much out of control whereas other parts are not. However, parts are neither in or out of control, it’s the individuals who occupy those parts that are out of control. 

        Courtesy of

        Try Englewood or Austin neighborhoods in Chiraq

  • Deplorable B Woodman

    Ppffffffffttttt……is that a 5 o’clock shadow I see on Skye. Bwhahahahahahaha

    • Delilah T.

      More likely her lips are turning blue from the cold. 5.9 inches end of November, another 4 to 8 inches to accumulate. (snrrkk!) Couldn’t happen to a better proggie! She may have to find a barrel bonfire to stay warm tonight, unless she’s willing to trade.

      • MasterDiver

        She burned thru her $50K stipend already? That’s a LOT of $9 coffees. Or did she do a Hanoi Jane and give it all to a gang of “worthy revolutionaries” who spent it on cars, drugs, and liquor?

        Zar Belk!

        • Pamela

          You forgot the hookers since the females involved with the protests are a bit on the hinky side and I don’t think the matters crowd would be even that desperate.

        • Ron

          Maybe that’s how she got away from those friendly BLM folk. I was wonderin’….

        • eon

          I wonder- did she pay the Federal and state gift taxes on the $50K yet?

          clear ether


      • John

        Hey, what happened to Global Warming? The Seattle I knew had little snow but for the rain, rain, rain.

  • epador

    No her face is chapped. You can figure out from what.

    • RegT

      Sure that’s not a rash from one of her sisters whose stubble is growing out? I’m sure Skye is bi.

      • RegT

        Thta’s _proggy_ “sisters” not Sam or Jan.

  • epador

    BTW, Chris, Sky is rarely clear in Seattle Fall, Winter, Spring to show a full moon, But with Skye there, well, metaphors abound.

    • Malatrope

      It does happen, usually before a major storm front moves in. There was no other way he could show Rainier. What view of Seattle is iconic without both the Space Needle and Rainier?

      • Th3o

        It did rain every single day I was there, but the sky cleared up on a couple of those days.

    • Redleg

      And seldom is there any snow. Just rain, rain, rain, at 32.25 degrees Fahrenheit.

  • silvergreycat

    *What happened to class struggle,* asks Skye, *Your side won here* says I.

    • GWB


  • Grunt GI

    I thought all those dipshits wanted $15/hr to flip burgers and pour coffee?
    You know, the famous “living wage”?

    Hell, I don’t think I made $15/hr as an O-3 in the Navy…course I didn’t work just a 40/hr work week and Uncle Sam don’t pay overtime…I think it was called “collateral duty” or “standing watch”

    Poor Skye, she will be missing her Neanderthal relatives soon….won’t take long before she’s missing the DDQ and all those cowboys again with their big tips for showing off her big..ummm…assets…

    Hmmmm…wonder what’s going on at the DDQ…holiday time…might need an extra waitress….I wonder who’s available?


    • Doc Epador

      I hear Hillary is looking…

      • Pamela

        Doc- You trying to throw everyone of their feed with that suggestion?

        • noncom

          Amen to that!

    • Doc Epador

      and with those arms, Michelle would be good for Larry Duty after Jan 20 or so

    • John D. Egbert

      Based on a 20-hour day 7-day week, the most I ever pulled down – as a Navy E-8 over 20 – was $4.28/hour. Granted, that was mid-’80s; I’ll wager, accounting for inflation, today’s military isn’t doing a whole lot better.

      • Actually, considering Ovomit has blocked military pay raises from C. O. L. for MOST if not all of it’s terms, paychecks are worth less than they were. My retirement hasn’t gone up at all in years.

        • Pamela

          Courtesy of Clinton, my Dad’s survivor benefits for my Mom (which he was paying for out of his retirement) were cut in half because Dad “lived” too long after he retired. On top of that, they tried getting her to either take the survivor benefits or his social security benefits. But not both. Sent her paperwork to sign one of them away. The Lady at the SSI office ripped up the paperwork saying what they were asking was ILLEGAL but they couldn’t get them to stop. It wasn’t until Bush Jr got in that the original amount was reinstated.

    • eon

      $15/hr. sounds great to the suckers who support progressives.

      But when they get the pay stub, they find they’ve been hit with about 80% taken as withholding tax, SocSec tax, local taxes, and (in SEATAC) probably a carbon tax, a breathing tax, and a “We Hate You Because You Exist You Effing Human Oppressor Of Holy Mother Gaia” tax.

      In the end, their actual take home is probably about three bucks per hour, if they’re lucky.

      It’s an established fact that most minimum wage earners in SEATAC can’t afford to live there and have to live outside the county and commute. Which adds to the expense.

      They’re going to relearn the harshest lesson of the Industrial Revolution; Any unskilled, repetitive job that can be done by a machine, will be, replacing a human worker.

      A $15/hr. “minimum wage” is mainly a great way to create a permanently unemployed, and unemployable, underclass. who will of course blame “automation” for their plight.

      Cue the Neo-Luddite riots and blowing-shit-up stuff.

      clear ether


  • Ryk E Lee

    Uhhh, I think Bearista s are actually paid $15 an hour in the Seattle City Limits. I live South of there and avoid going as much as possible.

  • Interventor

    Starbucks Reserve shops charge 9 bucks for coffee. Wouldn’t pay that for Blue Mountain.

    • John D. Egbert

      Maybe for Kona . . .

  • Arby

    Washington state was ruined by all the californicators fleeing their home state. Once they forgot why they fled, they returned to their old ways of bad policy. When I grew up in the Seattle area in the 60s and 70s, coffee was not a big thing. My theory is that the californicators needed a crutch to cope with the weather.

  • eon

    I estimate the $50K her mother sent her will be gone before Christmas, just from Seattle living expenses.

    Then she’ll find that Seattle isn’t a terribly friendly place if you no longer have the nickels to feed the meter, so to speak.

    (I’ve never been there but a friend of mine was stationed at Ft. Lewis; he has quite a few things to say about SEATAC, few of them complimentary.)

    clear ether


    • Ozymandias

      If God wanted to give Western Washington an enema, SEATAC is where he’d stick the tube.

      • Actually, Frank Lloyd Wright said that about Pittsburgh. However, PGH read and understood his message and now it is a very nice city.

        I had a cousin who was married to a missing pilot who waited for years in Seattle for him to be found.. When they finally found his airplane and remains, she left immediately and moved to OK. She said it never stopped raining in Seattle. But then, she found the other extreme – it hardly ever rains in Oklahoma.

    • GWB

      It’s been a long time since I lived there (I was there for the Rattle In Seattle). It was … interesting. There were places I avoided just because of the smell of patchouli hanging in the air.
      And, I concur, Ozy.

  • I believe that I am one lone conservative that is in favor of the $15.00 minimum wage.
    But then, I own a piece of a robotics company that is building replacements for fast food workers.
    The goal is to have one store employee – the manager – to clean and stock the storeroom.
    The value of my share is rising rapidly.

    • Swansonic

      If you need some tracks of ‘Would you like fries with that?’, etc, etc… Let me know. I can give you different inflections and accents….

    • JTC

      Actually I’m in favor of $25 hr, free health ins, free continuing ed, free child care, six weeks paid vacay and a nice big subsidy to help with the rents.

      Speed up this handbasket to hades so these effed up hipster burnt coffee emporiums can go broke and turn those corner stores into something productive…any ideas?

      Real people have their Folgers at home at the kitchen table.

      • Delilah T.

        That sounds good, but it’s only part-time at two days per week, 6 hours a day, right?

    • Heltau

      Who are you buying from?
      How much per share and what is the smallest amount of shares they will let you buy?

    • Just got back last weekend from a vacay in Orlando theme parks. Popped through a fast food place on the way home to grab a late breakfast and the kiosks for self-ordering were already in place, with signs saying “COMING SOON.”

      I just SMH, pointed ’em out to hubby, and said nothing.

    • Bill G

      It’s been obvious from the start of the $15/Hour campaign that it would lead to good, solid and high-paying jobs in robotics manufacturing companies.
      Ones that cannot be filled by people with only burger-flipping skills.
      And may well be overseas.
      Well-played, lefties.

      • eon

        “Reality keeps refusing to obey us! It must be destroyed!”

        The standard progressive response to, basically, everything.

        Even if “reality” did obey them, they’d still want it obliterated. Because ultimately they are nihilists who dream of the erasure of everybody and everything.

        They just want to be the last ones to go into the dark, orgasming at the the thought of their “accomplishments”.

        How does a megalomaniac prove to himself that he is greater than the God he claims not to believe in? By destroying all that He has created.

        Progressivism is all about negation. If you are in favor of it, they are against it. Right up to existence itself.

        No wonder they need such quantities of drugs.

        clear ether


    • Mort

      Once the robots are established, eventually the owners of
      whatever the business was, will have to figure out a way to
      get the robots to buy their product.

      Shareholders tyranny compromises many businesses.

  • Nom dePlume

    Cesspool Seattle.

    Then there’s Oakland.

    So the building in Oakland California hadn’t had an inspection in 32 years?

    Can we assume that the Mayor and the Fire Chief HAVE RESIGNED?

    If they have not done so, can we assume that of this moment, recall petitions are being prepared?

    And can we assume wrongful death suits due to neglect of duty are about to be filed against every mayor (that would include YOU, moonbeam, you grade-A jackass), Fire Chief, and City Council Member, starting with the current office holders and going back 25 years for neglect of duty or for setting precedent of neglect of duty that can reasonably be expected to lead to and finally did lead directly to 36 fatalities?

    If not, why not?

    These idiots need to be gone from public life.

    What is this? A game? Oh good, it’s like kissing ass to tun for student body president.


    The land of the brain dead.

    Remember the Berkeley blaze fueled by their precious Eucalyptus? They were warned by folks from down under what could happen if those things ever got going, weren’t they? But NO….


    • JTC

      NdP, not to be cold of hear, but a buncha hippies want to live in a warehouse full of tinder they can take responsibility for whatever happens to them.

      And ultimately they did. You can’t -and shouldn’t- regulate personal choices. And you can’t fix stupid, as a notable philosopher once said.

      I’m sorry for them and their families that they died. But they killed themselves; they have that right.

      • eon

        It was a cult run by a violent, borderline-psycho Messiah-wannabee with a Reverend Jim Jones complex.

        As long as he can shriek “DOWN WITH AMERIKKKA!” with just the right note of hysteria in his weird falsetto, that’s an automatic “Get Out Of Jail Free” card in an “island of blue enlightenment”.

        The “authorities” don’t want to be seen “oppressing” the “ultra-enlightened adept” all their constituents just SWOON over, you know.

        Aleister Crowley’s (1875-1947) problem was being born a century too early. If he were around today, by now he’d be the mayor of a major American “blue” city at the very least. And they’d probably be pushing for the Constitutional provision about “native birth” to be rescinded so he could run for President. (And no doubt declare himself “Adeptus Ultimate Eternal God-King” right after taking the Oath of Office.)

        You are not dealing with rational, thinking people here. It sometimes makes it difficult for someone who is rational to determine their likely behavior.

        Unless of course you begin with the assumption that their most likely behavior will be (a) stupid and (b) unrelated to reality.

        clear ether


        • Kafiroon

          JTC and Eon: Right on. Got it in one.

  • JTC

    …cold of heart…

  • Delilah T.

    I prefer good, strong hot tea over coffee, any day of the year.

    • JSStryker

      I agree! Love my different teas.

      • Bill G

        Same for me. And few places get you a decent cuppa; all you get is a tea bag and water that has cooled significantly below boiling to dip it into.
        Right now I’m at home and sipping what should be a decent Earl Grey but Taylor’s of Harrogate seem to have just moved this batch of leaves close to the bergamot for a short time instead of infusing some of the flavor.

      • NotYetInACamp

        Well said.

        I drink tea.

      • JTC

        Coffee is served hot in mugs, tea comes in a tall frosty glass, sweet of course. Buncha heathens.

        • Pamela

          Tea is best served without sugar, hot or cold.
          But that is just me

          • JTC

            Left Coast Heathen! 🙂

  • JTC

    But I’m thinking now that was all sarc, in which case you are 100% correct that gov sucklings that I pay have no damn business trying to protect idiots from themselves, and in fact as you said these gov idiots have no reason to exist, and need to be gone from public life…or just gone.

    • Speaking of protecting idiots from themselves: The old country daughter just temporarily moved back here because she broke her foot. She uses “Egg beaters”. I looked on the carton and it has a picture of one egg = a quarter cup. Two eggs equal a half a cup, three eggs equal 3/4 cup and, would you believe it, four eggs equal a whole doggone cup. It looks like common core is infesting the food industry. My thoughts are if you have to draw pictures for the dummies out there, let them starve. If they cant multiply quarter cup by 2, 3, or 4 without pictures, they are too stupid to live in this country. I know, they are just trying to keep the snowflake who draws their eggs (ovals) gainfully employed!

  • Pete231

    Once again : No matter how hard one tries, you just can’t free fools from the chains they revere……….

  • Kinda sucks to be her, huh? Ah well, make your bed, etc.

  • KenH


  • olddog

    The trouble with progs leaving blue states is that sooner or later they begin to vote in red states. As pointed out bu ARBY above, they forget why they left and begin to vote for the same things that fouled their nest before they left it.

    • GWB

      Because they refuse to study history. They really can’t grasp the concept of cause-effect because they refuse to look backward far enough (or critically enough) to determine cause. So, they perpetuate insanity – doing the ame thing over and over, expecting a different result.

      • GWB


        • PaulS

          Or “lame thang” over and over again.

  • jackdeth72

    Awwwww, Geeez!

    Skye’s about to do something very stupid, isn’t she?!

    • Deplorable B Woodman

      This is different from……..when?

      You say that like it’s a bad thing. Chris has to have an antagonist in order to teach, preach, and expound.

    • Bill G

      If she’s trying to warm up with coffee she may be broke right now.
      And as always, stupid is as stupid does.

    • Ozymandias

      Skye do something stupid?? That’d be so unlike her.

  • Unca Walt

    My gawd. $9 for a nickel cuppa.

    What do they put in it… Angel’s Envy?

    • RooftopVoter

      LOL, our local Caseys ( Convenience store ) just raised the price of their coffee refills from .69 to .79 and I accused them of being Starbucks.

      Guess I am just a WEEEE bit behind the curve.

      I would take a daily beating before I would spend 2 bucks for a coffee much less 9.

  • RooftopVoter

    “Clinging to their Lattes and their Marx”

    Well done, well done.

    We need to remember that line.

  • the_frumious_bandersnatch

    Across the Sound from Seattle, on the leading edge of wide swathes of blue here in WA, yesterday afternoon was one of those perfect cold, clear days that makes it worth living in the NW. In the words of Roger Daltrey et al., “I can see for miles and miles…,” etc. But it’s been snowing since about 11 PM.
    Who patronizes Starsucks in Seattle? Tourists and people who waste all day writing bad poetry. (Complete NW coffee snob? Guilty as charged. But no creepy mermaids or theft of Melville on my cups. Dutch Bros. is SO much better.)
    This state is gaining population…in the American Redoubt. Glad I live out in the boonies among the self-reliant.

  • NotYetInACamp

    Part of the plan to dispossess Americans from their roots, support, etc has been to remove the people from their hometowns and hometown networks of all types. the corporatism as required people to move all across the country for their next advancement or promotion or for their “career.” Most of my frends and former girlfriends have accepted offers across the nation and left the old hometown. The best of us are torn from our roots and spread across the nation with the alleged best concentrating in certain large focal areas.
    This weakened the basic structures of local communities and the natural tendency for people to support their local community and to ensure that the best was done for all. And when masses of modern liberals are congregated in the communities they are drawn to, we get so many that survive off of the toils of so few. And trendies push prices and behavior to non productive extremes. Good is pushed until it becomes evil. Waste is called and seen as productive. Fake news is seen as truth. The absurd are seen as idols.
    The strength of the community will have been changed. Corruption will be easier. Separation between the classes and income levels will be sharper and more resilient. Changes can occur that a resilient integrated community would never tolerate. Conditions that are created for Hegelian dialectic changes can easily be fostered and implemented.
    Control is easier for the manipulators. It is ripe for outside global control.
    The Great Game come to the USA.
    And the ultra rich will still be able to be pandered to. Some of them will be playing that Great Game.
    Change and fundamental transformation will have come.

    I suppose Seattle is one result.

    • John

      Don’t trust any reference to “radioactive contamination”. First of all, any “discovery” of radioactivity in anything now days is done with equipment so hypersensitive they have to distinguish between Fukushima and the open air nuclear tests of the sixties and before.
      Second, the most radioactive substance in your environment is you, due to the naturally radioactive potassium in your blood. We live in a sea of radiation and are adapted to it so well that organisms take advantage of it to cause the mutations that give us and our descendants the genetic variability that is so vital to adaptation.

      • NotYetInACamp

        i would assume that you still do not want to volunteer to take direct contact work on the core of any of the melt down cores at Fukishima.
        Radiation can cut both ways.

        search fukishima 2016 radiation Pacific ocean United states
        and find much more on both sides of RUN, and Chill Dude.

        • John

          I wasn’t aware that the Japanese used fish for their work at Fukushima, and if they did they then released them into the Pacific Ocean.

          • NotYetInACamp

            Not for the work.
            A lot of work and admission of the situation was never done as the Japanese refused to lose face at the beginning of all of the events. Truth was a rare commodity from the Japanese.
            The constant flow of water to the sea from the Fukishima plants has extended to the USA in diluted form. Bluefin Tuna and other pelagic fish make the trip from japan to the USA and back regularly. Sushi anyone? I’d have to search for the rad report on the tuna. The starfish in the USA where the plume hit possibly started dying en mass right after it arrived. I could speculate as to why with the starfish, but it is just a correlation between their regenerative capability and what might be interfered with. WAG on my part.
            Mr Limpet has not been heard from.
            I have heard conflicting reports as to the conditions in the Pacific Ocean where the radiation has reached. Our government is supposed to handle this stuff and keep us informed. You must know how transparent the Progressive Obama puppetted government has been transparent for al of us.
            The Japanese expended quite a bit of radiation in various forms and ways during the events. This is yet another area where the government has earned what trust they have.

    • eon

      Frag Fuku.

      As my best bud the ex-ChemRecon E-5 from Ft. Lewis (you know him as SigofMugmort) just pointed out, Mt. Rainier basically is the Seattle skyline, it’s on the Pacific rim Ring of Fire, and it’s a dormant volcano, like Mt. St. Helens was prior to 1979-80.

      Considering that the rest of the ring is “waking up”, it’s only a matter of time before SEATAC gets “Pompeii’d”.

      Best place to be when that happens?

      Somewhere other than the state of Washington.

      I’d suggest Iowa as minimum safe distance.

      clear ether


      • NotYetInACamp

        Yellowstone Caldera.

        Bigger than ever thought. Possibly past due. Joyous thought…….

  • One of the ultimate examples of “the left coast”. Have my share.

  • Don Sander

    As an Okie, conservative, and anthropogenic global warming (AGW) infidel, I’m eagerly looking forward to the Senate confirmation hearings re. Scott Pruitt (Oklahoma’s Atty General) for EPA chief. The greenies, treehuggers, warmalarmists, and liberals are already squealing like gut-shot feral hogs… LOL! If confirmed, Scott will have his hands full cleaning house in that fetid swamp (please excuse the mixed metaphor), but judging by his track record of suing the EPA on behalf of states rights, and winning, he’s up for it. Let the swamp-draining begin! (Chris, how ’bout a few ‘toons on the subject?) …and in the spirit of anti-PC-ness: “Merry Christmas to all ye DBD denizens!”

      • thundercloud65

        They’ve been saying that we are all going to die in five years since 1988.

        One of the craziest things I’ve heard from them came from Australia. Down there they call these people Warmists. One of their groups of crazies covers both warming and animal rights.

        Their leader said that pet ownership must be banned worldwide because even a small dog like a dachshund puts out the pollution of three SUV’s each year. He also said that that purebred dogs must be banned too.

        I used to dislike small dogs. I’m a big dog person but my world got turned upside down the day that a miniature longhaired dachshund decided that I WAS going to be her new owner like it or not. I’ve owned her for seven years now and I’d be mighty mad if a bunch of lunatics tried to take her away from me. I’d have to see to it that they qualified for a Darwin Award.

        • Solaratov

          Same thing happened to me with a small dog. And the only other dog I owned was a wolf mix. Those two got on like they were brothers from the same momma.

      • eon

        I’m waiting for him to tell EPA ‘agents’ to turn in their guns, body armor, and MRAPs and stop playing SWAT on government time.

        Not to mention stopping their punitive lawsuits and fines based on regulations they make up on the spot to hit farmers and small business owners with, fining them thousands of dollars a day and dragging court suits out interminably. And when they go bankrupt, seizing their remaining assets and claiming the bankruptcy is an attempt to evade payment.

        EPA, like BATFET, is a rogue agency led by fanatic believers in a cultish worldview which states that they can create Utopia if they can just be brutal enough to the “unenlightened, backward barbarians”, terrorizing the rest of the populace into obedience.

        Both agencies are entirely too closely related to “public interest” groups which promulgate the same fanatic agendas- anti-gun activists and “ecology groups”.

        Both agencies need to be purged, and leashed. If not abolished outright.

        NB; both agencies were given their present transcendent and extremely dangerous powers by presidential order in 1972 and 1973. Yes, by Richard Nixon.

        clear ether


        • Pamela

          OH! OH! Have a lottery for all that loverly ammo they have stockpiled!!!!! SQUEE. oops Sorry I got all excited.

    • NotYetInACamp

      There is a new Sheriff coming to town.

  • Don Sander

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  • Interventor

    It is the nature of bureaucracies to increase their numbers by inventing more duties, which requires more people and more money — empire building in government speak. Cut their duties, their personnel and funding.

  • Mort

    Re: Tea, it almost did me in, Green tea that is, drank too much,
    wicked dehydration, thought I was gonna die when I woke up in
    the morning, and was so weak couldn`t stand, drank some water
    and it went away, haven`t drank tea since.

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